THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1911.
t GEO. W.HICKOX COMPANY I
t xrw rio)8 rioM i it ji wmns I
Watch Iiisjtitr for Santa r ml coast lim-a. line Watch II-
calrln; and ljiraiii. t
4 TUE Ar.CH IHO XT
CRESCENT HARDWARE CO.
Stove. TUngr. House; FnmUhlrij; GchhK Cutlery. Tool. Iron ripe,
!. ami ntilnrs, IMuuib.iqc. llcautig, 1 iu ami Copper W ork.
ita v. ( kmiial a e. tijjj iiom; til.
'I ! . -' -' -- -J.' (
USE GOLD COIN FLOUR I L ,
aniiinia mnnmiwaBiiiaBu in In n I -a -ai a B
We have ne w beets grown
in New Mexico, from seed
planted this spring. They
are small, sweet, and
tender 10 cents per lb.
HUM Ell II. WAItB, Mjf.
SIS Marblo Ave, Phone I0.
SiU tha standard for tbioJuU purity, at will ai dellelouf flaror. In
sist on belug served with Matthews' only.
""v rys j,,iir t.'na-rr for ''annul Vcro-
-V. t laid,- and ITuli. 'I'lio IlucM nml
SrCl tJLJ lim-l delicious on the titurUrl.
319 MM Til 1 ll:vr ST.
Boom Willi r wilhout Iwlh,
l .lav, week or iiiomli, 00c, ;h
$1 a lay.
By spending more money
on making them, STEIN
ELOCH have produced the
best ready - to wear
clothes in the world.
They fit. they are
stj'isb and they are right
518, $20. S22.50,
S25 up to $40 the suit.
for dressy gentlemen
E. L. WASHBURN CO.
Albuquerque N. M.
I.'JK. 2nd. IIW. (.oX
IIS S. SHX)XD ST.
Figure and workmanship couaL Wt
I orn(e mora for your money than
any other contracting firm In Albu
querque. Office at th Superior
risr.lnj MllU Phone 177.
Standard Plumbing & Heating
COM PAX T
III Wrt Centra Armoe.
Prompt and Careful Attrntloa to AD
Poll Tax is now delinquent and
unless paid legal action will
have to be taken for collection.
Pay at Matson's.
Maita kmhI a new
With lloira.lalles Paint.
The tent saddle horses lo t ht)
In tha rlty are at W. L. Trimble's, 111
North Hecond street: pron I.
ICE CREAM !
Vndertakera aud Embalmers.
rrunipt Service Day or Night.
Telcuhone "8. Residence &.
Nrontf Mkt Cirier and tkxnd
tn th nt that ru should aat
rciv yuur n'rr,in( p;-r ie!-thiiE
III I'Oil Al. TBl.kOHArtl lX liv-
ti.C jrour dd tut cdilrrM ! ths
lapr vlll t u.Ut.t.il bf a aixctal
utM(ii(r. Tb l.ifibi.oa u (to.
see K wki ee.
Th above r.i.l vlll ka pail trt
th uml aail ounvicilan at nr
on cUlit iiln ropl of lb
ll.trmi'iE Journal frvm tt flir
aa ef auliaenbi-ra
JOURNAL. ItHUSHtNa CO.
For the twenly-f-ur hours ending
nt o'clock yesterduy arteniovin.
Maximum tempii.itutx-. n.lni
mitin, SO; ranve, 4; temp. rKtme at
t. o'ctiH-k, "2; niii'.lu ,iterly minds;
. ! ar.
W.ishlngton. M IV 11 New Mexico.
A i .f-ms and W'nl T -t Generally
l.ur Friday and Saturday.
Dr. MiwctttWer. i.itiiatli. Mh.ii "it
V. F I'lri1- " of it. w )l i 'imoiiK
lh hi in a is
I. C Zttii.r oi the J. dm lViker
t'n. t lieb'll H-el.t lolil.U) lit the
LCGAL M CP INTEREST
t PORCH, WINDOW & DOOR SCREENS, WE ALSO SELL;;
t ALL KINDS OF MATERIAL FOR SCREEN WORK. jj
j SUPERIOR LUMBER AND MILL CO jj
MILL AND NATIVE WOOD
; i uu.i-
DR. C H. CONNER
rarbiUAX and m.ruaxh
tl Acute and Tronic IHm TreateA
Of'l.-c.: fctrrii Building, (iirwr I oar it
in-t ami Central avenue.
Trl. 2S Tel. It
French & Lowber
COR. ITTI AND CFXTRAX.
OffW 1-t.orw .
University of New
Albuquerque X'. H.
SUMMER SCHOOL, 1911.
Fix weeks, June tth to July
Principal subject offered:
General History. English lit
erature. Physics. Chemistry.
Zoology, Classic. Modern Lan
guages. Special coursea for nigh
Be hoot Instructors.
Vocal and Instrumental mu
sic. Fee for the course: Five
dollars (exclusive of laboratory
Circular of Information on
application to the Iteglstrar of
A. F. Morriwctte, wife and Imby of
Helen eve Kiitels at the Alvnrmlo fur
a few iIh.
A. St. Itrown. a well-kmnvn r-iil( nt
of the CarlHUi Cily, arrived ymterday
for u ehort mny.
Mik KUie Sioki tt b'ft Weilnewlay
nlcht dr Ca'lf.irnia, where flie will
si'. nd a f w rnonthn.
W. A. i,anl. of Pt-nver, Colo., who
has li.-t-n In the i lly for a work on
tiuplni'Mi, hn returned to bin home.
tleortto I'tim; ounly tronurr of
Mi Kinlry eounly, and loiti-l nmn of
(allii. Is upending a few daya In this
J. M. Hervey, (llatrh't attorney for
the ninth Judiehil dlHtritt, Arrived in
the eity yidterday from hi home in
Oi neral Krnm U Kilift of 'HihiiiK
ton. P. '., passed throauh the it v
yesterday on his way from California
Pr. Ailn Chevftilhrr hi returned
from I'enver. where she attended the
H.yl .eliihhorn' national eortventlon.
whi.h In prnsreivM there the first
of tlie Week.
Fred t'iirrl.-h of tliix eity left l:st
nl-ht for Xi w York to ntti-ml a fiin
tly l eunloii. Mr. Par i ih lots I --en al
k i:t from his oIl ruone for fnrtv-slx
iara and i now (ioinv home to cele
I.rte, Pr. Manuel Hilher will adilrc-rJ the
oiiKreniitinti at the Tempi Albert to
i.Uht on Hie mil jei t of "lte!!i:i"n und
SeieTTe." All perii;s without renard
to rellKtotis belief are Invited to at
tend. At 3 n' elm k tbiii afternoon the Y.
V. A. nmoaii's i-tudy elans will meet
In the in" iel.it!. .11 lil riir. Mrs. Hun
van will loiidii't the I Uiw, the lesson
t eini: t ie ioiieludi!i( oiie oi: ' riay
5,10c and 15c Store
MAIL OKPKItS I IIXF.D
S09 SII V. CllNTKAL AVE.
Hath Tub l.nami-1, K-r t-au..l.V
Itij line Ihvoratiil China tor.2.".o
Ibre Uruhtv I""
t.biv I lower Vax ISC
w 10c doz.
t.ttl-' 1aT Mmklnsr IV
A t.(M)l 111 .. WHIP. .. 13c
Tin I'lc J!".-. 2 for .V
tv'iccn WI.V, INmttrv Selling,
llakot. Tovis llarxl
CUAMTF AND HKST
as a ceraijtjr
cottage of )U
Jitssea men n.
are as particular
about their footwear
as in other things.
because it sJives them
genuine foot-eaae, the
latest style models
and the best -wear.
test o lonrf and hard
w ear and always look
well. This means
real shoe value.
$3.50 to $5.00
Pr. Edward II. Webster, one of the
moi.t .'ojular- j hyslelans of the city
of i'hitv.i;.', omrmnied by his fam
ily, passed through this city yesterday
iiiternoon on the limited for his home
in Chitavo after spending a vacation
en the I'llifrtrnla coast.
J. M. Vb kery. a well-known plumb
er of this city.' who has been visiting
the old home In the Blue Grass Stale,
returned trom Padiieah. Ky,. yester
day. Mr Vickery states that every
thing locks grr n back there, but he
prefers to live In New Mexico, where
the skies are blue all the time.
If. M Anders, manacer of the Texas
Life lnuranee company for West
Texas, New MexUo and Arizona, pass
id through the city yiterday on hU
way in. i.i El Paso t.i Flagstaff. Arte.
There will Im a regular meeting of
the r.o'.U Neighbors on Friday even
ing at the A. . V. W. hull. The meet
ing is failed t'or 01 lock. There
will Xie initiations and lumh and a full
ii.ttelnlatice is therefore requested,
i At the regular Friday mating or
the Woninn'n 'club today a delightful
i-ne-act f.Tee, "Ttie Mouse Trap," will
be i ieseiited by stur talent. The cast
'of thar.icteis hfis t'een previocsly an
iiu.uioed i.nd includes the tsarrif or
jth.i-e well knvti in s.ieial and club
'(ir. les. if not lit the world of dramnt
! , A business meeting at S-JO will
'precede the farce, which is scheduled
, to start at S '"lo k.
Ion t forget the Eastern Star con
cert in Masoni" temple Tuesday even-
May lfi. A dance will loilow tne
Admission 50 cents.
AT COLUMBUS SECRET
CoUimbus, T.. Mar 11
love ST!i!:l!lon lilll H UH
niei icnigrii m 1
thou-'h thry refns
, to discuss their
proceedings the intimation whs given
out mat the inqtUry w.-uld embrace
legislators, lobbyist and newspaper
The senators have taken exception
lo the aitlvity of rep. Mens, particu
larly thos.1 who questioned memb. ra
of the committee following their ap
pointment concerning their itetit'on to
s.ixe. This artivitv was regarded as
in Heating a purpose to inu riere with
t!?e investigation. Another inlim -ti.
n which came from senator, was
that hearings of the lomrrnt v wonM j
t.e ti. laved, pending a report by th
grand Jury on al.egvd briln ry in the
Senator Young in ofat'ruj today te
; vote r the bill designed to end bu k
et shops in Ohbv. dv!ar d he had teen
. offer. J Indu.e and pass a
: si ellar bill Inst year.
Alfalfa. I4.W lr n- F. W. FI F.
Here's a ftw chance to h. ar some
good nui-o- arid take In a dance. The'
Eastern Star cenc. rt tn Manie tem
ph Tuesday evening, followed t.y a
dance. Tickets !. cents.
It pin tel -anw''l'-r. t.s'pla.nr
Ut-Uoii; jh-ne 3TT.
X Vya a
HEW MEXICO HOLDS
STRONG CARD SAYS
Senate Plans to Let Her ir
Alone Says Writer Who Re
peats Falsehood That Consti
tution is "Unamendable."
To keep both Arizona and New
Mexico out of the union, ao far as thc
present session of congress Is concern-
Hut to let New Mexico in at the end
' t t the next regular session, while stiil
keeping Arizona out
! Such la the present plan of the stand
' pit organization in control of the aen.
ate, says Judson C. Weliiver in the
i Washington Times,
i Involved in this plan is, very pos
I sibly, the political control of the se-
ate after March . 1S13. It Is general
; ly conceded that the democrats
In ill make considerable senatorial
gains In the elections of that year. A
I gain of five senators by them and a
loss of five to the republicans, as mat
ters now stand, would give the demo
crata control. ia
For Republican Control.
Arizona would send two democrats
and New Mexico two stand-pat repub-'j
liean senators. Therefore, w ith the ;
senate in prospect of being so closely J
contented, it has become necessary toj
keep Arizona out and let New Mexico'
Discovery of this program h'j
thrown the Arizona boosters and tnej5
New Mexico progressive Into some-la)
thing very much like a panic. I J
The enabling act which wag pissed a)
for the two Htates at the Inst long
session provided that if the presi-
a. ... nt.nr.u -J Ih. rfvOHtllllflnn ailol't-
Ul 111 o I'l ' II ' ' ' ' ' . j
ed by the conventions ana connrew
did not AT THE NEXT REGULAR
SESSION disaiiprove, then the state
shi.uld come into the union.
The president has approved the New
Mexico constitution. He has not ap
I roved that of Arizona. Therefore, If
congr. s does not make any move
whatever between now and the end of
the next regular session, Alilona .will
!e left out. while New Mexico, with
its reactionary constitution, will come
Would lie Clear Hc-publlcan Cain.
New Mexico, thus admitted, would
elect two stand-pat senators; It would
give iis four eleetora; votes lo the
republicans, and Arizona would not
be there to offset this Increase of re
The legislative agents who are here'
from the southwest declare that the
situation is gemng mom s. y - v , niaJori,y votlng ihereon. The pio-
gress. a a whole, is probably ,'re visions regardinu elective franchise
fa vomble to the Arizona constitution . e,lui.dtl(n are mailo eajiy of
tlmn to that of New Mexico. HuMnel m.ndm)MU tnHn n,Y ,,r0vldel in
extreme ci nt-ervatives like New Mex- ,he constitution. The provision in the
loo s unamendable document: and lhl enabling act providing a language
enabling act has been so skillfully , Qualiticatlon for holding- of fit e is re
I'nfted with reference to the pres. nt poai,.j. Arizona will vote upon a
s ituation that there is excellent pros -
pe,t if, at New Mexico will win ami
Arizona's people ate willing to have
a provision Inmposed on them, of re
tubmitting the recall of Judges, so
that the people may vole it out of the
constitution they choose. It was
theught for a time that this compro
mise would be satisfactory.
F.ut the New Mexico constitution
.ig brought under criticism by Sena
tor Owen and others, who declared
that it was absolutely a project fot
the perpetual esiatdUtimeni of an oli
garchy of political property Interests.
This view arroused much opposition,
and the stand-patters have become
Incensed. With control of the situa
tion in their own hands, as they be
lieve they are now prepared to con
w .v. A inl An -
suier s..mu"K ...e 'V
v. line ivuing
wnnoiu even p.o. ........
means of amending its constitution.
If the progressive republicans and
the democrats bang together, they will
be able to pass a resolution looKing to
.... .....Mins r, AfteTtvei
the admission ot iioin mie ..e.e..
If this resolution contained the pro
vision for resubmission of the recall in
Arizona then the president would h.ive
no further excuse to refuse his signa
Senator Bailey, w ho I a me "t-m
last session against letter. : In Arizona.
w ith Its radical ronsv.iuir.n. is oene. -
ed now to be getting ready to act wun ique (0dge of Elks in Fairview ceme
his party. The Arizona people are con- tery, from the Borders Undertaking
fplcnt that he will vote for a resolu- parlors.
tion to admit both states, provided J Mr. Stevens was the brother of U.
the recall is to I resubmitted. If he M. Stevens, who died in this city on
takes ibis position, men mere win
be fair chance for tne two states .
The difficulty Is that positive ac
tion is necessary to accomplish this,
I-lays. filibusters, non-action on one
ing a vet
.1 ai,rin tlft t.ro.nr session.
nush the matter over till ntxt ses
an,1 if men s similar pom,
masterly inactivity coi
could be Imposed.
the end or tnat session wouoi s-r i The tun(,n yester.lav was attend
New Mexico coming alone, while Ar-ed 1V a ,nr ,,,!.;. of Klks nnd
zona watting; I the floral tribut.i bc.h from Socorro,
Big politics are Involved in the sit-j and Albuquerque were many and
uatl. n. 'iN-iiiotrats lo not fum y the j varied.
prospect of a new rejuhlican state j Ten years ago the two Stevens
coming In at a time when It would , brothers cane to the Rio Grande val
possibly determine the political con ! ley and entered the hotel bus'ness In
trl of the senate. This argument has Socorro and Mag lalena and they
be-n pr.-s. nted most forcefully to
dem-trats. and is hiving its effect.
Senator Crne snd Ftmcstr Gen
eral Hluhcotk are a'.lged to have
taken general chirse of the effort to
let in New Mexico, but keep out Ari
zona. The people from the south
west are watching their moves with
the gr al.l om. em. New Mexico holds
the strong cards, te-eause if nothing at
.ill is done by congrtss. it s'nnds to
get in. The two territories thjs can
not be played one against the other.
NGTiti: to w.mn cowmi.bs.
Wt.-r will Iw turntsl off FH.laT.
May 12. !tt, fn.m 1 JO a. nu till II
i.M.n vmt tlw en i ire vitj mint f ttw
A. T. and K F. mlrcMul trs-L I'T the
n of r.'tslrinx I Ik" ir line.
XVVTFH M'PHY OMPIW.
Democratic Committee Still
Trying to Shift Blame for De
lay to Admission of New
Washington, D. C, May 10.
That if any delay occurs "the re
publicans must bear the responsibil
ity" as the extremely naive statement
made by A. A. Jones of Las Vegas.
I member of the democratic delegation
which has been attacking the consti
. tution before the house committee on
territories, in tne iouowmg ieicsi.nn
sent yesterday to Summers Burkhart
In this city:
On all Men's and Boys' Shoes and Oxfords.
Just Arrived. All New and Up-to-Date in
every way, in Patent, Gunmetal and Tan, Lace
and Button. Come in NOW, while you can get
Ideal Shoe Store
Ctrrillos Kuinp HHM Cf M ffi Corillos Stove
Gallup Lump . Ilrtllll LUrtL W. fiallup Slove
AXTIIIlACITi; ALL 8I7.ES. STEAM CflAI..
Coke, Mill Wood, Factory Wki1, Cord Wood, Xutivc Kliiilbni,,
Fire Brick, lire Clay, Santa Fo lirlck, Common Brick, lime.
Summers Huikhart, Albuquerque.
The committee will report Friday
resolutions admitting Now Mexico
and Arizona. At the first New Mex
ico election a substitute for the arti
cle on amendments will Tie voted on.
This substitute provide.1! for the sub
mission of amendments by a majority
ire and ratification by
1 substitute for the article on the re
call. The resolution will undoubted
ly pass the house next week. I be
lieve a majority in the senate favor j
this restitution. Possibly an effort by
some republicans will be made to pre
vent a vote in the snate. If delay oc
curs the republicans must bear the 1
responsibility. Please send above
news to all democratic papers for
publication this week.
(Signed) "A. A. JONES.
DEATHS AND FUNERALS
Funeral of (War Nylin.
The funeral of Oscar Nylin, who
died In this city on May Sth occurred
yesterday from the undertaking par
lors of A. Bonis rs. The services were
I under the auspices of the Fraternal
,, . . .-,. .,, ,1, .,
feoth Rt ,htf parl(irg nn,, ftt tnp
oimerv lntcrmont took pllu,e Bt
j Fa!n jevr
j The dooeaS(.d lg 8llrvvj,i j,y twu
protner!, one )n .j, Loul8 onp n
California, and a sister who is a resi
dent of Edwards, Neb.
W hitney II. Stevens.
Whitney H. Stevens, the proprietor
nf f itiriln Wioi ui.H S,-iNirr,i h.,l..la
, at ni8 residence in Socotro on
jMay i0,hi n(j as buried yesterday
. under the auspices of the Albuquer-
April --in. nis remains ncing snipped
back to the old home In Jotiesl oro,
Ark. Another brother survives bui
is seriously ill In Jonesboro. and not
5 expected to live.
Miss M.itlie Mevens, a sister ws
with Whitney H. Suvens when he
died, attended the funeral yesterday,
,nj immediately a.ter caught the
' limitetl for her home in Jonesbi.ro.
M,attm.r tis, k , liwkilill , hp
! mainin frother.
n p.os-reu. matting mmy ;nen.is.
Fair Co-cds Will Dispose of
Fancy Woik for Benefit of
Baseball Team Tomorrow,
Tomorrow In the vacant storcroim
at 111 West Cer.tral the ur.iver.oty j
girls will hold a hsndkert hief tf.ir-.r.
There will lie hnnkr rv hiefs of every j
f-le se'I nrif ?d of .( r-
I Equality clothes
I are just as import-
tant today as they
Hart Schaffner &
Marx make that
kind for us and for
Ready now. J
I Simon Stern f
Central Avenue Clothier.
The home of Hart Schaffner
& Mi.rx clothes.
tity in price. The sale will connn t!
in the afternoon and at night, md
the commercialism will be offset m
the evehing hours with a dance which
will go on informally, the sale if
'kerchiefs notwithstanding. Home
made, rather sweets of varsity make
will also be for sale at reasonabl?
rates. This bazar is given for the.
benefit of the Varsity liseball teim,
and 'he proceeds will be used ton-aid
the financial betterment of that or
ganization. That the citizens will Hi
sist so worthy an enterprise 1 a
TIic largely Increasing dc
niaml for stylt.-li wash fabrics
han stimulated every inaimfac
tnrcr to greater effort. The re
sult of this keen competition is
refl.t'tcil In our showing In the
AVnsh GiKids section. The lines
nre pplemlidly completo In n
profusion of new weaves ntul
color effei'ts in the ilnlnty fc
slgiifi that niiint surely apM'nl to
every woman nml tliey nre re
usoiiahly priced, lK'luiiiiig at
7 jf ami up.
Our Black Goods section has
built uml muliilaliieil Its reputa
tion of lig Ktiindins by tie
high quality of iiiCTcluindlso HC
carry. We wish especially W
direct your nttention to our
line of Serges, prhxsl from "3C
to $2.00 a yard.
ntboons are Ih1ii; prominent
ly featured on this seasons
gmiiw for sashes, htnvs and
oilier trimmings. Our clock '
p'nln and fancy Klbboiw oom
prles all the features that wi"
add (U'uilmvs and liiarm t
summer frtxU. All widths and
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