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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, MONDAY, APRIL 17, 191 1.
GEO. W.HICKOX COMPANY $ NEW MEXICO'S riOVKKJl JITWKJ FllS Watrh Insncctora fur Kanta F and CumM Uiica. Ilue Watch Re rmlrlnr and Ijisravtiig. T 115 8. SKCOVD ST. I run Ancn front DR. C. H. CONNER rilTtJCIAX AM) grSGEOX OSTEOPATH All Arnte and Oonlc Plew Treated Office: Stern Building, corner l'(nb Arret and Central arcuue. CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. Slum. Ran;, Hon.e Furnishing; Cood. Crillery, TixK Iron Pipe, Valrea and Fitting. Plumbing, Healing, Tiu ami Copper Work, till W. CENTRAL AVE. lU.U'UUVE 111. USE GOLD COIN FLOUR Tvi. XSi TeL lit French & Lowber Funeral Directors and Embaimers Lady Assistant COR. STH AXD CENTRAL, Offe It ion MO Flower ! SEEDS Have just received an other lot of mixed dwarf X nasturtiums; giant Jap- anese mixed morning glorys; Kathcrine Tracy ;: and Blanche Ferry sweet peas and others, (WALLACE HESSELDEN General Contractor. I Flrurea and workmanship count. W guarantee more for your money than j any other contracting firm In Albu querque. Offlca at tha Superior risnlnr Milt Fhone 177. Ward's Store i HOMER II. WARD, Mf. SIS Marbl. Ave. Fbon SOft. z Standard Plumbing & Heating COM pan r 111 Trt Central Asenue. Prompt and Careful Attention to All Order. TTXFPHOXE 1. LAUNDRY WHITE WAGONS Poll Tax is now delinquent ami unless paid legal action will have to be taken for collection. Pay at Matson's. Hair Drcwung. Manicuring. MRS. CHAS. IL CLAT lit 8. Fourth Bt. Albuquerque, N. H, Combing Made Vp. Scalp Treatment. MATTHEW'S ICE CREAM 81 tha ttandsro for absolute purity, ai well ai delicious flavor. In sist on being senrtd wth Mstthews' only. t PHONK 420. University of New Mexico i Albuquerque, X. M. SUMMER SCHOOL, 1911. P!x weeks, Juns 5th to July llth. Principal subjects offered: General History, English lit erature. Physics, Chemistry, Zoology, Classics, Modern Lan guages. special courses for High School Instructors. Vocal and Instrumental mu sic. Fee for the course: Five dollars (exclusive of laboratory fees). Circular of Information on application to tha Uegtstrar of the University. CHARLES ILFELD CO, Wholesalers of Everything LAS VEGAS ALBUQUERQUE SANTA ROSA St ep Lively! There is something doing in this city every minute this week, Elks, Beav ers and the Eastern Stars arc entertaining; you will have to hurry. Full dress clothes made by Stein Block Company, are sold by us exclusively. SUITS $45 and $50 Why not dress up; join the crowd and be happy. E. L WASHBURN CO. Albuquerque N.M. Strong Brothers Undertakers and Embaimers. Prompt Service Day or Night. Telephone "6. Residence 606. Strong Nik., Copper and Second Hughes & Henry Is in Albuquerque, alter an absence of one week on busi ness bent. Saturnlno Baca, editor of Hispano Amerlcano, arrived from his horn In Helen lust night and is spending the day In Aubuquerque on business mat ters. Hon. Jesus C, Snnchei, superintend ent of schools of Valencia county, was in Albuquerque yesterday. Mr. Ha nc he It ft last night for western Valencia county, where he will inspect the schools In the different precincts. Mrs. 'rank Hni nt Went iVnlrnl avenue. Is reported ill with pneu monia. Her daugntcrs, Mrs. Hong land and Mrs. Baitxari will arrive this morning from California to be at their mother's bedside. Mrs. K. f Nutier tireul.li.it ..f Women's Christian Temperance Un ion territorial association, leaves to- duv fnr Raton hcr ah. vtmrn In tVia Interest of the work of the union. airs. Miner says tho women g Christ Ian Temperance Union is engaged mainly In the organitation work In New Mexico at present and that their greatest activity In the nation is In Maine where the organisation Is bat. tllng to save' the prohibition law at me lomin-? election on Its repeal. H. n. Wallenhorst, formerly of this city, but now of Nun Marelnl, spent the day In Albuquerque yesterday,. Attorney F.. I M'dler left last night for I .us Crurea on legal business. - U.Ofio pound shipment of snmpte furniture. special low prices all this week. Crown Furniture Co., 1H W. tJold. Wanted Experienced help, at The Economist. Apply Springer Transfer Co. 110 Gold Ave, ixm SAND AM nitwru An Extraordinary Offer On Ladi les Spring SUITS ONE WEEK ONLY .. No Reservations .. For one week only any SILK or WOOL SUIT (spring cut) in our ready-to-wear sec tion, ranging in price from $31.50 to $4 .5Q. Can be had FOR $25 1 1 TALENTED VIOLINIST ' AT ST; JOHN'S CHURCH la lbs Tni that yon should sot r.clT. yvut mornlnt pfmr U).pbon th fOSTAl. TKt.EUKArH Co. s Icg your iisiu And adtlrM sntt tb ppr will tx dlivrvt by s txcial m.Mn.r. Th i1v'b Is No. . H ee RkH aki ties. Th lu rwrtl will t pH for lh srreit and eonvtc.l, nt tnr tn r.uhl (ndiig cipi.s nf Ihs M-rn'nr J -urrtai fr.tm lit daor w&)t uf ,u.frirrr JUIUNAL. I'LUl-lSHtNa Ctt LOCAL MEWS OF INTEREST Tin: uE.uiir.it. ; For th tenty-four hours ending ; st ( o'clock yesterday afternoon: VA father ltfurt. M.iMHium trnip'Tmure, 44; tnini ni'.iin. 33, r.inwe of txmperature, S 1 : i temperature .it p. m., t' northeast 1 w.ie.N, char. i catber I'tint-ast. W.i.l.ni!ton. April 16 New Mex iio I.iM.al showers Mjno.iy; warmer It: southi ast portion; Tuesday gen et a H fair. ' ArUonu Fair Monday and Tues day. W-si Tixss Im al shor. bisht l watnier Monday: Tuesday general- ' ly I ilr. I'r. S-bwcruler. (t)th, Phone 717 IV! -T.. Mr. and Mr. K. Men ddowiti oi North Fourth street, a daughter, .-uiuiav, Aptlf It. 1911. J. M. Vi. kerv, a well Known plipi.li- r of t!ili left last l.l! t !(.t a ViMt to lui oi.i liome in Kriilueki. i (i Tbiim. ) onttt tiled bv Mn (.im llv, are In trie i in tn.tu iiran.1 Ha;.., uK Mi. h.. and will rnu.n lure f. r ' two WeK. it. M. l'.itie. trfic mannger f.r the iiiterrt of llsriy l:rkih. ! i, tl' eii liom Kbiik.s City, Mo., imi Itll-SIIMJ.-. H. T Henry of trie r!t firm o' I'nbrcnkablo Comb; sonirtnliis new ; cannot bet broken w 1th a hammer and only l.V lllii't prado tvl SwitlRed blmlo KiiIvoh and f'liir-tliietl lrk.M puaraiiietil; nrih 12.00; wt of 12 1.20 f:faat. 1 " ' "l A now ilislHt (;ia-i Bcttj Howl Just rrwlvtMl 15c lliin dapaiu and Sauiers; Nni dii-ornuon; r tbrro days iUy, csHit t.lc IltuHu Knife, Parii, ami Bread knlfr; guaranteed aten-1: set of tlirv S5c THE LEADER 5c, 10c and 15c Store M Alii OI1BFKS FIIXED PHtlMlTI.Y. S09-J1 1 w. TEXTUAL AVE. Mias Gwendolyn Allen, talented vl olinifct,. wh has arrived In tbe city te be the truest of Etr. Ada lL Che vaillier from her home in Chicago. delighted the congregation of St. John's church last night with exquis ite violin renditions of sacred music. Miss Allen has traveled with a Santit Fe reading; room company, winning much favorable press comment, but had never appeared In Albuquerque until last niirht. ihe lias a very fam ous old violin, an Anita model, made in Italy In 1761. which is her mot prized possession, and her work on the historic old instrument is little snort of marvelous, considering her youth, as Miss Allen is but IK yars of age. It is likely that she will ap pear at the Woman's club during aer stay in the city. FORMER SENATOR CLARK ALBUQUERQUE VISITOR William A. Clark, erstwhile senator from Montana, possessor of the finest and costliest residence on Filth ave nue in New York, cow a resident of the Empire Citv of the Empire Stak and all time copper king, passed through this city- htst night in his private, car, No. 2001, for the west. No Intimation of the trip of Sena tor Clark had been received In this city by railroad officials and the presence of the senator and party on Train No. 1 was an entire surprise to the railroad men of Albuquerque Tne nature of the senators busl nes in the west at this time could not be learned as no one was admit ted to the car. BUSTER AND BROW If, TIN Beginning this afu-rnoon there will appear at the Crystal the most sensa tional comedy musical act ever seen in this city. Buster, in common with his namesake of funny picture fame, plays the biMMst part of the, entire act. and must be seen to be appre ciated. Brown and Lester, who hare some class themselves, are, however, not in the same class with Buster, although Billy Brown and his bounc ing hat Is always a laugh. Remem ber the Crystal Is the only place where Brown and Lestor and Bustpr and Laughter will hold away this week. MEXICANS " ENGAGE CUTTING AFFRAY Cresensio Mesa in Hospita Badly Carved While Com padres Are in Jail for Invest! ' gation; Woman Is Blamed. jib a result or a general row at 1820 8. First street on Saturday night shortly after midnight. Cresensio siesa is now lying In St. Joseph's hos pitai seriously wounded lit the left sble In the region of the liver, and Aniunio virus, alter spending what was left erf the night and most of yesterday In attempting to get away. oeing finally caught by Officer .wains near isleta. is in Jail charged " on assault wun a deadly weapon. ine actual details of the fight which resulted in the wounding of Tiena couia not yesterdav bp learned. as the wounded man himself was in no snape to talk, Ortts had not yet been apprehended, and the witnesses. Matillo Acosta and his wife and ln- ls Hravo, who were yesterdav placed In Jail for sate keeping until the tri al, would not talk. About 4 o'clock yesterdav mornlne Deputy Sheriff Heyn was informed of a cutting scrape near San Jose, and at once went o the scene of the fight. When he arrived there he found Mesa on his cot in the house, serious ly cut In the stomach and in a, bad way. He immediately ordered m ambulance nnd the man was taken to St Joseph s hospital, where a phy sician was summoned. Dr. U. S. Mc Landress responded. He found on examination that the man was badly cut In th left side, the weapon, which appeared from the wound to be a huite knife, penetrating the l,,le of tile liver. While Mesa fs seri ously hurt it is not believed he is tally wounded, though tf the weap on was dirty complications are lik-Mv to set In and there is danger of peri tonitis. At last reports the injured man was resting easy. t'rtix In the meantime bad made IF you've ever worn one of our I snappy, smart SHAPE-MAKER r suits you'll want another this spring; if not try one. They're here in many colors, patterns and weaves; made only by HART SCHAFFNER & MARX Young men are getting more and more interested in this new model. Many new models and weaves in this fine line of spring suits. We can fit you and your taste. Suits $18 and more This store Is the home of Hart Schaff ner & Marx clothes. C'tjHg Han ScUfmt It Mtrs Simon Stern The Central Avenue Clothier the best of his opportunity to get away. The sheriff's office, on obtaining- a description of the man, wired all over the county, and late In the afternoon Deput" Sheriff Mains wired that he had a man who fitted the description and gave his name as . Antonio Ortiz. Deputy Sheriff I-ewis left on No. 1 for Isleta for his prisoner and returned with the man later In the night. He was Immediately taken to the countv Jail at Old Albuquerque and lodged there in pending an examination trial, which will be held today. Ortis himself Is somewhat cut up. having one bad cut in the stomach. one in the h-ead and one on his hand. He claims that the whole thing re sulted from a drunken row over the Acosta woman and that he was cut by one of three men. which one he does not know. He says that ev erybody : participated in the cutting more or less, and that they must have thought he was the village cut- up from the attention paid him dur- ng the rracas. . , ( All the parties concerned are Old Mexico Mexicans and have not been ' residents of the San Joss precinct i very long. , i Leaky Roof Made good as new . With Itorradalhvs Faint. 4- Stylish horses ana buggies fur. nished on short notice by W. l. Trimble & Co., Ill North 8econd street Phone t. : The best saddle horses to be had In the city are at W. L. Trimble s, 11 1 North Second street: prone . New THREADGILL American Plan. 319 MM'TH PIHST ST. Booms uiili or without bath, by day, week or month, 50c, 75c. 91 a day. It joa need a carpenter, telephone fleseelden: phone S77. ' We hoard and care for horses. Ths best of cars guaranteed. W. L. Trimble Co.. Ill Ncrth Second St Journal Waht Ads Get Results Poll Tax Precincts 13 and 35 now due. Pay at Alber's Store, Old Town, and Save costs. eee4eet i wiivii, ii iiiuuii a uuun oLnCunid, WtALbUbtLL l ALL KINDS OF MATERIAL FOR SCREEN WORK. SUPERIOR LUMBER AND MILL CO. eeee o e t e Aztec Fuel Company c GALLUP STOVE COAL, $6.50 PER TON PHOXX Ml ITKST Al l.iall 1 RAILROAD OFFICIAL HURRIES HOME TO DIE Hurrying to his home In Warsaw, Wis., because he could find but little relief from a peculiar nervous ail ment in California, Alexander Stewart, secretary of the McClour River rail road, passed through this city yester day afternoon in his private car. Accompanying Mr. Stewart is bis family, composed of his wife, three rinuchters. and a son-in-law, and Waiter Alexander, bis business asso ciate, two doctors and two nurses. I For Seme considerable time Mr. Stewart has Wen suffering with the malady, who h now seems to threaten bis life, and in the hope of recovering his health he went to California some time back. No relief has come to him. however, and he Is now journey ing home. The Mi-Cloud River railroad is a short road thst runs up and around the famous Shasta mountain In north ern California. I t Gingham Specials! a. T I FOR THE t ! i COMING WEEK AT THE ECONOMIST I Commencing MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 17TH we J shall hold a -genuine Gingham Carnival for one week, J making some exceptional attractive prices on our en- J tire stock of high grade ginghams, ! t i 25 piece Anderson Scotch (.lughamn; 35c quality; O C?-, X iS indies wide s&Ot For Monday I For Tuesday i 50 ileee Scotch Zephyr Giiiglutins: 25c quality; 32 EZf Inches wide AsJV, t For Wednesday ALLEGED THIEF OF BONDS HELD FOR GRAND JURY . - inn New York. April 1. Harry 11. Barrett, who was arrested yesterday charted n-.th ,-omplicity In the theft of securities valued at v5,0t'0 from Asron Bunt-reft, an aged broker, wss held in ll VedO bail today for exam ination T,ie,!ay. His counsel denied , to the curt that Barrett had made a' confession to the police of plotting! with wlteeed professions I criminals to i roh Barefft. A delretlve reiterated In court that such a confession had been made. tfe.rrett pleaded not ruiltr and In defne.lt 0f tail ws committed to the, loml. . .. . 5(1 plo-ew Book fold Zepli r t.intliain: UoiitrMk' make: ail new Maids Hiecks and Stripe; eolors jruaramerfi; 32 Incite I For Thursday make: ail i '..13c Curtains and Draperies With the advent of the spring hnuspcJeanlng: scam conies the uxual necessity for rearrange ment and replacement of worn out curtains. The exceptional ly barge stock of curtains, cur. tulit new and scrims that wo carry, will, we are sure, prove of unusual Interest, not only t Uiosc w1k require new curtains to replace old ones, but also to tlHe about to furnish new homes. Scrim priced from 20e to 35c. Note from 13c to $1.00 the yard. 100 4cee- (imrliauiM K ed SenK Bcnfrew and A. 1 C. Im-aiuIm all standard Makes ami fal eobHings; 15-cetil 11. grade A For Friday : - 25 lle-e Amokeag I'tllitr (Mtighams: wdbl color. Mripe Ji and ClM-ck;.: S lis lies a ml 33 Iih-Ih-s wide. C 1 Op I SH1'U1 A OV i For Saturday An Extra Special. Announcement Later. Watch Daily Papers. Waists This section Is now most at tractive, vvitli Hi showing of all the latent models In every tlo of which we have some (.plen did value,, priced at 85c and up. Spring Wash Goods We are slmuiiu? all tlw new thing iu vva-li good, liiciiiiliug a lino of batistcw In bordered effcH-ts ai- Uie imported Chif fon 1.1 smp in all tlm new color. I Ik- pric-o or which is 35c the yard. , FERGUSON AND.... COLLISTER ALCQrE3tQOTS DKT GOODS SHOP.