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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1909. ;1 r::::;; w"-'""' - GEO. W. HICK OX COMI' AIM i M NO IN YOI It U AH III h. KU 1-ITAIK J I.HM Arch I mi, '"'' '"', AIlH.um-rq.. N. M. CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. iiiiiWiliiic Klove. Haugcs, House Pipe. iih's ' HIM Wcsl liilfl Ave. I'tuiti itl'iif. colomboIooeS YOUR BACK inwvmE. UP-TO-DATE Exclusive Motion Picture 8:15 and 9:15 P. M. Matinees Saturday and Sun day 3 P. M. Illustrated Songs by J. J. CARMODY (Baritone) MISS JENNIE CRAIG Musical Directress CHANGE EVERY NIGHT ADMISSION 10c. 33 1-3 PER CENT PROfIT k AM) GF.T 1. MM Kill ati-: i:i TI'KN'K I what most liny mi'' would cull ii good Invc.aimiit Vuii can inif Mini much "H i'11 jou I t i v i t I today In Kellocjg's Toasted Corn Flakes at 7 1-2 c per pkg. Primrose Rose Butter, 30c Strawberries, per box 10c in. I nlwuNs hi I.. I K I , hiil. lin n- i Ward's Store 315 Marble Avenue Phono 20Ü Fee's Ice Cream Always Good Phone 14 Walton's Drug Store FRENCH A LOWBER IMU.IUAM '.IIS AMI I HKNfeKD KM HALM I l.nJjr Allciiiliiiil I Ulli ml i ntrl lUmiie llubbs Laundry Co. "Our Work is Best" WHITE WAGONS P.UUMBING .1 M It Iv t:i . I III III Mill I! M M Mil t lelilral and do ii- Dial I .1.. l-h ma nptiy a".! ,.l I'.H . in 1 :e I. in ÍS I STRONG BROTHERS I MH III A K I IIS. Mr. II M rano", !! i ...1...I,,,, r mmiii III. a k. t nr. 1 ol'liff A lit fl,.,i,e No. .Try a Morning Journal Want! CHARLES Wholesalers LAS VEGAS ALBUQUERQUE SANTA ROSA EVER ITT 1 redhi- .1. .Ur. i.i..,i.i rqnr. ili 1 --- t.rt- tor Stat l K. n,,.!...; ,! ,a. re f..r Welch.,. l,.m.H.I. J-?"'' U JfcUi..t..n . ,-i --'i lí C.nl.el Av. -mi. fc,ft.!il." , Goods, Cullery nwl To"l", Iroo HcHiiiiK. Tin mil ioi'l""" Morn. Plioue III. vinn innv IllT iHtiu luua unc 30 CENTS? S)(;nd That Seeds ;h id and the Asl the Rose, Sum For Garden Make' the Desert Pile Blossom Like DoeS ' lit i i 1 1 III Inn k v. - .M ...In v i.l hmk like hciI, after I llllstol 111 ".' Why imt start ii garden It i surprising whin suits III follow the expenditure "I I low the x i m-ii t i i I n j i- Hf a few nli- U IIIKl dillUS fui' H-! iHI'l II Hide work lii the hack yard with u hue ami a lake whil" you arc resting. "If half tin- hui-k yards In thin illy were ili-vi 1 ! 1 In thlB way," ahí L. W. Fee yesterday, "the city would be Ki ly r,eulllleil, unighf!y patches of ground would he transformed anil hundreds Hi' people Would he hllllhl fur the rern-athill 11 tul tile interest uhieh i ran gel out of i- ti 1 1 ivat I ng a llltle pat, h of Ml oilint. Thl is say ing nothing nf the saving 1 veget ables, anil jira riin'l huy slnro veget ables that II taste like the crisp, fresh ones right mil of your own gar den." Mr. i'Vo Is t In- original si -i-il mail hi Albuquerque ami haH u complete Hint k or seeds Unit glow litter ml pill lh. in liilii ill. ground. The packages are live cents, hut tie y me bigger ami Iniu- about tw aw many needs in I h in ii m the ordinary package. Jlr .-.. h nil seeds llolll Kllt'Opo lll- r.etl.N ulnll he Hilda that lite hew! ol any .ailíiiilai vaihly an grown abroad ami everything in his large Llllll Milled assol 1 lllollt COIllllltllllK ,-ai lh ii lb every M M' 'able that any i man would . ver w ant to plnnl - in of Ho- May l'im-t II i', worlh hile lor i in. man ho has an empty looking !,;,,!, mm . I lo jie-l i ti i.il inio Un- Fi e . I. a., on Snlllll I'll. I - tieii ami lake a ' hi, ,, at t lie HI ills 1 1 1 1 , lio . II won't mu, lorn; lo make a ,n.ii-.h In-r out of ; lh.il man helin-bearrup-mIller I REPLEVIN SUIT STILL ON i n.li. nil il onirucl ii-c Mill lU'lna i-iic, hi liKli-lii tumi. M , i.el.irk an. ol Til. -Mil ; 1 1 1 1 1 f t r.-rf.-. t. Ul.le.l Hie alt. Msienlay cM-niiiK the rol Ii i i h ersn.s lorniei- A I lliilo. llleh IlllH oe 1,1 inn of the. lllntrlit Kililav. was ."till nn- Mi,,,, hiil l-'tlilnV. WIS inched an, I the ,noFie.H IV , ,hl (Oil. IV Will I iv thai da voted to III! hinu no Ihc matter. I'll.' e tan 'Hi I II I - in : l, nil I ii- nil- I lint I in ills In r. i ,,iii. i . . iu ...ill, ii .a mi I, lii a 1 1 il al- i lni liioih, ,s I i; tin- iilain- .,, Hon amiliC't the lorim t limit lo M', in liidKim 1,1 i in, a- ii hi mu al!, i;, d , h i ii ví. il mi i i i tain iro I t I'O-.Ki and .1 I i, .ins. lh, Th, 1 i l - H.--I,,ll of lo :. sii uiii,ihi, , ,,nt. nl ion iwncil the )!, ai I iii w nh a, heiim Ill at to a., i-I y hi on Tie I I. HI .,1 til l. i l it I-I'SIIM I II 1'i ho Hil I, I'll. I fill 111' 1 M i l I r ,-,(., iii- .a lulli, "hi h'oh I Ills a I ti i lo ..'ii. tal of til. al tel fit li lilí V I' t.'h 111 I. ii. FOR RENT luis nml Aii'inM. tniiiiHhi ,1 HU .....ii,. I,.,!, I..I all nionilii HIS l llllll, "H Ad Illli'l'l dl-i-s i lii,., " .- i. r... i s ', . HI M . ...it, in r. (in . iii.Mofllci S., .11 M. o.. kl. r PURE. DISTILLED WATER ICE Crystal Ice Co.. Phone 362 G. E. GUSTAFSON Contractor and Builder :;m 1 j ei "''i riiono n i h. , .., , , ,v iii I'l I i: ill ILDINU i.i; i- mk XV11U YOU ILftU) ID. of Everything CASH S Saturday 16 pounds of Granulated Sugar $1.00 8 lbs Greeley Potatoes.. .25c Ranch Efigs, strictly fresh, per doz 25c Wedding Breakfast Coffee, per lb --25c Lincoln Brand Butter, TO DAY ONLY, per lb.... 30c Navy Beans, 4 Ibs. Lima Beans, 3 lbs 25c 25c lead Rice, por lb 10c 3 boxes of N, B, C. City Sodas 25c Or ;'mv other N, B, C, Cook ies or Cakes boxes. .25c STRAWBERRIES, per box. 10c Bananas, per dozen 25c 3 lbs of Lard 45c 5 lbs of Lard 70c Welch's Grape Juice, pints.30c Welch's Grape Juice, qts.-60c 2 lbs Lvapoiated Apricots 25c Peaches, per pound 10c Anules. Evanorated, lb... 10c 7 bais I en ox Snap 25c 7 bais Diamond C Soan.25c 7 bars White Russian Soap 25c bars White Ea:de Soap.. 25c 7 pkgs Pearline ...25c I bais Fels' Naptha Soap.25c b bais Peet's Naptha Soap 25c PHONE 47 Soot Cash Store EICHAR& REYNOLDS OPPOSITE P. 0. WATCH US GROW. LAST CALL BIG SHOE SALt Wm. Chaplin, 121 W. Central LOCAL ITEMS OF INTEREST In th event tbt ton ihould nut rurtv your mnrntnif paflM" t.l phun. the POSTA t. TÍMWHAPII C ctvínff yttüt ii. m. irnil ildr.rt ml lh. puper will lie dellvrei1 hy Hwectel mMen(.r. The telephone L Nu. 31. tí O RKW ARI W The tuve rwerí wilt be Jiela fur the erreet end cnnvli-fian nf riy ime cmiiht eteeUn eopi of the M'irnlnit .tmtrnel iroin tb d'jor wiyi of eiiLeprilipTii. JOUHNAb J'LBUSHINO CO. l'lirtMUMl- WanhliiRton, My 7. New Mexico ami Arizona Fair Saturday ana im dny. Insure In Iba Occidental Llf. I). J. Leahy, rnlteil Males district attorney, arrived last WPl ironi w V'l'KllH. J. M. Luna, probate clerk of Valen la county, was heie yesterday from I. os lainn.M. It. It. Ijiikln, superintendent of cits schools in Las VeRas, was n visitor m the city yesterday. Howard Mesar of Williams, Ariz., II known in this city as a visitor In Albuquerque ycslerduy. You can get your home-made bread early in the morning at me oiiiu - xchungc. j l'aul I!. Palies, oí the John linker onipanv of Helen, was here yesterday transacting business. marriage license as issued yes terday to Mis. .1. C. Wanner, and liayniond Naert, both of Albuquerque. Albuquerque Lodge No. Si), Frater nal rnlon of Aiiieiica, nieeis in (,"- lar session at uibl Fellows hall to night at 7:45. We can suit you in saddle horses. $1.(10 for 3 hours, cm Sundays $t.r" for the morning or afternoon. Hiding school 510 North Third, phone l!4l or J!',)t. Cash only. I. L. llartson am! A. H. l'liillips ol Alaniogordo. an- in the city attending Ihc trial of former regent it. II. Fierce, of the blind school In progress in tin district court In re. 'i of. L. H. Sli phaii, professor of fiiiinaii and assistant professor of Latin in tin- rnlveisity, will have in a few- days uciompanied hy ins win for Huntington, Indiana, to spend the suinnier there. Mr. ami Mrs. ib-orge (. Lilis, ac i.i.anied by Ihcir daughter, Miss 1 .. il,,.!. Charlotte, arrived ycsn ruay no,,, ,, nioiiiilain home at. l'laeitas, and win 1. here a couple or days, guests at the HI urges hotel. O. N. Mairon rclurns this iimnilug I'lom the City of Mexico, where be cx einpliliiil the third degree of IV Knights of Coluinhus to a large cluso or candidates last Sunday. Mr. Mar lon K territorial deputy of the Knights of C'olunihiis in ' New Mexico. The Woman's exchange of Albu-..i,..i-,iiii. Is the servant of all the peo ple tor supplying worn, mi msnnm ompetent. u. rvants, ma sing nu good things to eat, obtaining Inlorma- Uon. and for helping everynou:, very possible way. Tdepnonc oi c..n and we will serve you. Mr. and Mrs. J W Middlcsw ortli if llouhh r, Colo., arrived last night for a. short visit Willi Hi' ir son. ..ie. o Miibllesworth, an operator in uv loeal Western I nlon Tciegi apu oium. Mr. and Mrs. M Iddb'sw oith were ac . onipuiiled hy their daughter, Misa Faith, and while lure will he gin sh ut tile Alwn'ailo. Thomas Moran, the !! kuoiwi weiiie artist of New York, laiss.-d through the city on the limited yester day, en route to the (Jiand Canyon. Mr. Moran was nccoiiipani. d by hi" lie. A magnificent painting ol' tha canyon, which was on exnnmem m i during the Inlgiitjon congress, is o Mr. Moians inuslei'pieees, lir . Nacamnll leaves on the lim it. .l thl.- evining lor N'-w York, nil, tu e he 111 sail for a six months Ii lp to Italy and other Kuropean conn- ,1, s. In tin- absence id Dr. Naru- m ii 1 1 i who is Italian consul here, n- gem ral liossl In Denver. Iia au thorized Lor, nzo lliaill to attend to Hie work ol the office here. Juan Antonio C ih Haca, of thi in. ha- been appoint, d agent for th,. Ilo, k Ford Sugar cunpauy " Colorado. .Mr. Ikiiu wan formerly cm , I h this eoiiiiiany and prove. i his ability in that position. ic- i- t pr.-h, nt looking for labor, rs to w or m the fields having Just r. turnen trom LI I'aso b. re he has. been, in tin- in; rest of the eompaiiy. Mis Ktizatx-tll liurntt. lately tea. h r of music at tin' Alamogoi io Insti tute for th. lllind. ami heiseii a mimi Klnl. iH sing (iouttnod's. nit. Divine llcdc, in, r," al the l-.pi. . ,,,al chur, n .-i.mlay i veiling Miss Cnrr.lt. elm is a d.uiKhhr of the late I'at C.rr.lt. .l known throughout tin sonUmi.-l. is 11 ex, . ptieiml .soprano. Mullir Jes, ph F. Woods is .April. , I t.. arriM- h.-iv this niornmg rum Hoi i.ro- k with a warrant tor 11. It. Alh-ii. ti.rne ri a deputy sh. riff of Nav.i.v cmints. who was arrested b, r. y.siei- d.is ,.i, 1. 1, graphic advice rom Woo.L The .Tatú. ....lll.st Allen is net kmnn Allen is willing to go bark and face the niusie. as lie declares he has done nothing against the laws as far as Ii, knows i.i, all i..... crying pit-ousiy ts iii.ini.i, was liiuitil 1... Mrs. 1Í . frost, or t-:l W.st C'oul av.-nu. . on a door.-t. p oí the Frost residence y s t. rday morning Neighoors mi,- un ,M, to id. nlhy the lit !t! and at !. 1 üm ooíHs ti. otic bad ,.onte torsxavd t slaiiii it Mrs. Frost has tak-r. .luiij:. ot the 4 1 1 1 1 o until Mil in . st ..tiotl rail e mude. Tu. re will hn a sp.vlu.1 niu i;t c ..f I'.lmiiii ("..miiiainl. I No 3. K T I Suliinliiy ufternuoii May 8th, ut K.iiiinlav iifteriiuoM May 8t.li, ut li'clock for work in the orUcr uf It. l K. T. anil Malta: banquet will lie hi rvi'd at uhout o'clock anJ follov,cil by work. A cIumi of seven will be put throtiBb, and It in the wish of K. C. that all liieinhiTto will be recnt to aufhti with the work. All visitliiR Kir KiiIkIiUs are cordially Invited. Hy or der of the K. C. Hurry .Uraun, re corder. Mrs. Melvira Daltou, Mevinty-tuven .-urb of age, and for the past twenty five years a resident of New Mexico, died hiHt nlRlit at the residence, of her laiiKhtiT, Mrs. T. F. Kt-ed, 21 Mar quette nvemie. Death was due to ad vanced hkc. Mrs. Oalton Is survived by her daughter, Mrs. Heed, another daughter, Mrs. l,oligiiemare of Kl 'Hho, both of whom were present when the end came, and nine srind chhdien and three great grir.iJ cbll- drcn. Mrs. Dalton was a native of Tennessee. Tlie funeral services will h, held at 3 o'clock Kunday afternoon from St. John's Kplscopal church, l!ev. Fletcher fook, offlclathiK. The morn ing choir will sIiir Uui'ltif? the services. Ii.tertnent III be made In Fairvl" ct'iiirlviy. I OK S.VI.K. 0i: ( Alt 1X)1 OH Mtllil ol io (.laN TI I! IIOHSI-S HltOlilaN OH llHIX I'. F. I'ISCII l-'Jt, wcorro, X. .M. Any one desiring the services of vocalist call on Miss Klizuheth Gar rett, 420 West Lead avenue. W.WTF.O. Competent nurse maid. Apply Mi"s. David Weinman, "08 West Copper u venue. Doctor I'rovines, eye, ear, nose mi l throat. Phono 778, Rooms 10 and 18, rant Huilding. PATHFINDER WILL BE HERE TODAY Automobile Which is Laying Out the Route For the Flag to Flag Endurance Race Sche duled to Arrive About Noon, The Chalmers-Detroit car which lias been on the road for Ihc past eight or nine days selecting Hie route to be taken lor the Flag to Fluff endurance race to he run between Denver and the City of Mexico this summer, will ar rive here sonic time this morning. The car arrived at Santa Fe last evening, where it was met by every avauaoic automobile In town and escorted to il,,. nlii.a. where an Informal rccep- (,,i, whs l'Ivcii to the nun who arc no. Mou- the trio. A brief inci ting o' the v,.w Mexico Automobile nun a h"iil here last night and a rommiU was unpointed to meet the cur at Hernalillo and escort it to Albuquer que, where a number of machines wi'l meet It. The Pathfinder car is a tl i.tv horse power nuu bine, driven by niiiv Koli.iieil. W. K. Macarlon. is the official road book maker aril repre sents he Motor Field of Deliver. Fal. Spin. tut, a newspaper mm. Is in charge of the cur and is writing the story of tin- trip and Inking pnoto- ;raplis along the route, for the Chal mers company. Among those who will meet the Pathfinder ut liernahHo or Algodones, is Dr. It. -N. van .'iin, who will drive up that way early this morning and show the Pathfinders the path to Albuquerque. LITTLE PROGRESS IN GRAFT TRIAL Prosecution Seeks to Trace Al leged Boodle Fund From Mint to Hands of Supervisors, (By Mornlni Juiirul HdocI! lfé Wlrl San Francis,',!, May 7. Tin- pros ecution in th,' case of Patrick Calhoun, president of the I'niteil Hallroails, on trial for offering a bribe continued to day its painstaking cftort to trace tin J JiKi.Ulhl 111 currency paid to Tin y I. ford at the mint on Calhoun's order in IsOti to the hands of tin- supervisor. ,.r rather ot their alleged agent. Abra ham Hllef, ll'Ulll till' Oil ICC Ol lO! I where ihc last positive evidence on th .sub led left it. A. M Pahler, tlie acting treasurer of the company, through whose hand., all moneys either received or paid out mu.-t pas?- was, perhaps tin' most im- t. in!.-.. .jr. the dav sim e In showed that this large Mini had not been handled 111 the ordinary course of business, or in fa, t passed throiign his' office at all. From tins statement , and the previous testimony of other; witnesses as to the visits of Hurf 1' , ford's otl'ier somewhere around the I time tlie money was convive,! th. re ,v Ford and Abbott, it is the hope of the prosecution to com incc the jury that no other deduction is possible but that the money was paid to Uuef an 1 hy him disbursed t the supervisors. i:tilcnce taken today was alt along I he hue of elimination of oth-r pos sible evplamitioiis for the withdrawal from the mint in cash or these par ticular amounts The only feature of the day was th t, stimonv ol Ocnrge H. Wilcult. sec ret try iiiiil controller of the Fulled I: , 1 i-.ifids who lirmght Into court the minute of lb- director' meeting tor the y..ir imiti Wihutt related the election of Mr Calhoun as ptesid, nt and told of the holding of all bul iw.nty-íivr shan of foiled ltdilro;,,; stook'liy the 1'nited Hailroads Invest ment company. He "J asked K bring to court sui h franchises belong ing lo the company u were saved from the fire in lsdti on Manday w her the case will lie resumed. Tae proseciuion devoted the great, r pun oi the morning lo lb. farther II . : T I 7 I Copyright 1909 by Hart Sclufliiti Ar Milt is the home of This tore Simon Stern THE CENTRAL AVENUE CLOTHIER ooooooooooax j Auto For Sale 1 3 A 50-horse power THOMAS 8 FLYER Automobile. Price rea- 8 sonable if taken at once. Apply 5 R. E . PUTNEY Q OOOOCKXCXXX3000CKX)000 I - examination of George and private secretary I' mineral counsel of III Francis, eb-r'i i Tirey L. Fold, .. Tinted llail- roads. The questions asked today were ili eted to an effort to draw from (ho witness a connected story of n visu of Abraham unci io nuns ,.i,,.. tlie latter part ol the sumiin-i m Francis recalled the visit and slate, 1 that he saw Uuef go into Ford's of fice but did not see nun nine. Over the objection ol the deleiisc Mr. Ileiiey then interrogated Franci- as to his retusai in so, fore the grand Jury whim the niiuei, graft investigation was first begun Witness said thai lie hail refused to testify upon advice of William M. Ab bott, general attorney for the com- niiiv who had informed him that such was his right umler the statute relat ing to the privilege ot slenograpiie.s. George II. Meyers, a newspaper man who was present at the board of su pervisors meeting "ii May 11. If'ii'.. when the trolley ordinance was passu ,,. ,.i'lnt told of the leading and pass age of the measure. j Mrs. Henrietta Siilcnlehl. sister oi Abraham Hue)', was Hie next witness. She produced a receipt lor ?:'..:.M) paid I to L. A- Ilea by Iter on June - on behalf 'of her brother in a busim si i..,, i,,,i r.uild not r, r ill in , 1 1 a nsio v iv. " w li'n I form the money '..as pant POLICEMAN MORTALLY HURT BY BOMB I HHUWLIi Hílenos A i Ma A bomb was exploded at a sti bly thrown by s nathv with tin el córner, presúma me peí son in s m slrike ot protest against the a. lion of ib. firing upon a crowd of Jtolie. Ma v . in day : CHILDREN'S STOCKINGS i Regular Price, 10c Today Only 5c L. KEM PEN ICH FortheMan of quiet tastes in clothes, who doesn't caro for the frills of fashion, no have the best models in thu regular Btylci. Spring Suits Hart, Schaifner & Marx have mudu them for us, and we. have a great stork for you to delect from. You can look at some of t ii (. ultra - fashionable m odd s, also, if you choose; we'll sell you whatever you want; it's here. Suits: $20 to $35 Hart Schaffner & Marx cloth... 0 leinoiisliators. The explosion bin' one of a. policeman's legs oK ami fractured a little girl's legs. Kighteim others wrce also injiin I. .Minn serioii.. y. The bomb v,ai ! di ii in a lia.ovcl of vcgehibi s .ilacril en the pla'i'eni of a tram cr p'. s ti: blv bv .nme one in uipailiy w-;ih the s.-.'k.' inaugural, , I Ma -.'.i.v-A passenge!- hiui'il a H"i' ' hU- ' " ticking of a clock coming from th basket and Informed the police. H" n.sket was i e'liioved by :' 1 í ''-' 1 an.! the i xjil .-'i)ii follow.- I at ." i hie arrest ni been made , A number ;.f. curs und cabs i"iv operalid today though tln-re i iiimli difficulty and some disnrdiT U temlant upon their progress thriiii-di the streets'. Husiness is at a KUilidslill and ' merce has suffered enorniou.-ly us ' n suit of tin- strike. The situalioa l':" l.reomc so bad Hint tlie govcriiiucii1 today took energeiic measures lo rem city tin' situation. Wliooping tough. Thin is a more dangerous uis..cc than is generally presumed. It w" he a surprise to many to barn that more d.-alhs result from it than j Uom srarhl li ver. Pneumonia ofu-n o. suits from it. Chamberlains ( oils . ,, ,.. , Vw,, i ,,u,..l ni niau ti mi,s of whooping cough, a ml I), -It'crt rs of l; a, win. i iiiiv, with the best results. .Mi Kt'ig. of Harlan, Iowa, sa: "Jlv boy IOOK wnooiiois. "" , .i,,. nine months old. He had n " winter. I got a bottle of V''a'. vol Iain's Cough llemedy which I' . good. 1 cannot recommend u liighly." For sale by all drusS'st- orit ASSORTrENT OF E FRins ami a;uETAni.i s i is sku :ctf.i srocR. comb pv" KXAMIXK IT. P. G. PHAII CO.. 214 S. SECOND.