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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JUNE 10,1911.
"' r- - - . r btt-itm i.l ( ! Through th. d r(-,i to an uut hiici him dr ..;. h 111 h" ;toon.H. , rs il ' V.i who 111 'P' ff 't I ' : t retreat. uk m.- lor:- tl Mndcr..." T'i f n. ti. as l.ik' of RoUoHo K vc, I If til house III (Tit"'! jatlent. Th' v e tstomarv tjt' Central uiiin r In l..w of one iu-iiI" ii' "In the d.-mo rati. we nr' i-nli-rl nu." -il l ttsyi be fot.iol. I In .llteM HI 111' I) ll , 'I V- III al- V. In " II 111 lilt- pat, !o at n ih- n(.plt ( M mm." A purl i'f th.- ' .. I. fit, Mod. moved on. I. in tli.il 'iit ..ii i.ninin Iiiit demanded ni"tf. Auain Ii' i('ar.-il w H h Sainhitc Atr-naa. p(. ed n I. . nil i.n Ai- . ona n fii'HiI l-r and told tin- i.eo;.c ho i onlil give th.m tin I., tier i r f i'f hi fi b n.Nhip Willi M.uli mi. ni' ti- I" '11111 111" lnt thill AZ' "II I Was M.t- ibTo's personal 1 1 prcwntBtl . Fraud-o I, M.idcrn i-xpci ts t.. noil )nTul ItcVI l"li.l'"V . Kfinnl.i Xln.l i", minlrti r ..f luiinoe i ailed n hiH ii.ilu , I-ra n, is. n, tu. ilny and Informed him that rim p the im'W cabinet tin 1 Li . n lin-falled iwhI the revolution nil.il, th? average of Hi" dally revenue,, throughout if:.- i Indicated thut thf federal I would hi timri" Ihmi i iiniii'li tu HIIIIIIHI tlllli t 11 Dll Ml" IlltlK Hi llUt.lll' lit III. in i y 'Villi V 111" ; ill. ju iil I, mh mi its in m si: to rmnuT Mini r imihi i:s Mi iiivi "ltv. Jinn' Thoiiuli in. in hi'm nf H Kiiiull ninl. wire lll. il lui iii KinlKht by tli im.Ic, lltili- k rou o." hunvlly iirini'il imliluiH nf Dm i. t rcviiliitlnn whom th riw.'. ur lul lniclng iiml I'lior-rlnif n-rr li ii'il I i hiii riitiir. Thf former t"lil'' .rrl ttulkliiK tlirnujth ""' "" In tht luMi'rn iirt of tin- it y mIhii Ihfy hi'iiimi' Din nl.j" 1 ot m po'ii'lu. a nil nulfiy Hiirivtil, A (i)Mil nf -, t apiiftiri ";. Thi' 'H 1I mull, H'l'irilim lo fu lit y i'J"!l in i urc hci'UtlMi of Din iufsi'tici' if tin ifprf writntlvi of the "Hrmv of llli.'ny" iji. Di'il llif polli'i" with ltm,m'r,i ri rnurkx. Tho lutti-r fln-il unit one mini fi'll (lwiil, uniillii r mini mi. I a i Inhl wit woumlcil. hi; i,a itMtitv omn tn:t. i:si: or i.ivi:ums. J.nn Aiik.'I'-h. Cal., June .'I, IT'ivih Joniil I'rfHlili-nt dp I.n ll.ii'1'.i nf MfXl ro, tcli'xruii li'1 Joinitiiii l: il tmliiy thut th liitiHr hroih'i', fonni:- unv crnor of DIiko Ufiln of Klnr.nlu now held hy Dim MikIitIhUh n! N'H,nl"i, .L'o norii. woiild ho I'llrin ! i.ii-i i.rnini- ti'il wtfi'ly to cropn I'i" I. i'i i niiiloii.il i hoiiniliiry Into tin. I'tiltrd M.iti'i. JflUtiln Ill-do him hoi'ii u nn'inlicr off thf Mxl''iin r'fiiiii"i' cnlony h 'I I till- 111 N I ttt It KffhH. M'lSI I.ATION (DMLIIMVIi MAIU'-llO' ItlAMMI MTi: M.xlco t'lty. Jtinr Within fir- twn (lny B jrll"Till ( MIlfrrrlH c of ih'li KHtert rfpl'i'tw'titllig Di'" iolilli :il ptirty which him cinniiiit'il from Hi'1 ilvoltilllii will ho culled lure lo liomliinte cmiillihiti tor n ckIiIi nt mid vice iierd(lelil ii'cc.lelil to Die dec tloiiN mi Octohcr K. Jiiiiii film hen Azi omi, inhnt" ri-lnry to KriiiielHio I. .mihIito. ;iii-i lionrii'i'il lie r 1 1 1 m I I v would i'.sIkii wllhln the nest feiy (1hm to ilnct irrutiRi iiit'titM for the convention mid illHIMHi' till- polltlcill l 'tl III I ll 1 K II Mc dei'liil'i'il tinnueHllolliilily Milili'io would l.i u iioiiilinited for the .hkI di'iu y, lint he w in nin'crtii In nn to who would ie th rholce l or h e preH- Idem. Dr. rram Ihco Viimiiiciu (loiin z. min ister of public Instruction, was Mu dero'd rulinlliH mule in tiie el.illoiis liisl Julie mil or iililch the revoliilioii mew. It liu heen taken for granted he would be the candidate. opposition, it Is said, hnucvir, has arisen anions some m the political clubs here u linst Dr. Hoin. , ami UiiHtiivo A Miob in, a brother of I'rauilHio, Ins conic out openli iigalnst him. Iiim rlliK ,b se Maria I'ilio Sioirer. goveiiior of Yucatan. (lovernor Vcniistliiuo Cini'aii.i, of Coaiiiilla. also is being I"" I I'M the office and there Is t ,1k of a movement to inline (iciieral lluriiaido It.vis n secoiiii man i it the ticket. lb tl. Ifo lleves. mill-He, lelan of lllt tlee. told an Assoelateil I'less ml Topoii. lent Iiim j lather would be a i iin.li.liile lor olfi. e if public opinion mi desired. , I Senor Madcro would ptclcr Dr. Ho- j me us a riiiinlnu male. mcnlinK lo It speech inaile ul ! rieoit on ins jour ney lole. hot be also has llidh ul.d he Would Hot attempt to llnlllcllee 111. choice ol 111,' conlelllil.il III lillol ol hlms, It or In lamr of uiivoue , -le. l-:iii. to Mail, io, minister of liiuni, calhd on his ii,-phe. I 'l am b.. o, lo i.i v no, I Inf. riio il lit ri t thut since the lie w.iil.iiiit bad I n InMalle.l niiilj Hie iev.ilmii.il elided, the imi.igc ol j dally revenues throughout th' i iiuu- tl'V Itlilleal. d Hint the ledelnl would be mole l.iall . dough the annual l.ii.lg -t mid Hie lot till I'lll. to HO ci.'sl on J.Ublle del t. Middle Aed aim I Idcily I'copl,'. t'Sl, I'llley Kl'llO'V Pills tor uulck and permanent results In all cases of kidney ami boulder trouble' palnriil and aiinovliiK Ii n .1. 11. OKl.-ll.v. a ltd I" ul.iiill.'.' "CHRISTIAN TRIUMPH' A ROMAN TRAGEDY Given by PUPILS OF THE ST. VINCENT'S ACADEMY ELKS' OPERA HOUSE Wednesday Afternoon, JUNE 14th, at 3 P. M. Cast of 75 Characters Tickets 50c On Sale at Matson's named I t hear Hi" I 111 ll . I. .! ,n tin ! I I ! nnniimt i pin niir nn n 1 1 1 n niirl i ... t o . i .,-' ".-ipihiihiiiiii i i i i if i in nil n I i I 1 1 n ii ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 mi 1 1 i i i n 1 1 1 1 1 ri i 1 1 1 ii 1 1 iirmi 1 1 r i l , , iNHVHnnU VtflLL LLnU UIiL ULHU MU Ml , . n n it 1 ininiPT imnTil 1 V lllim ill '. -: i k ! u j h k u in n n ?j . v,: n ii in i nun iu iuiiim-li nuut m U 1 L L' 1 III I I U IIIM " ' ' .1111 1 1 HI I.I 1 .1 I 1 1 1 I lilllllu - H.i-i UUUIIIUIU I U I UULuiuiuii STRONG FORCE STARTS FOR LOWER CALIFORNIA D Governor Ahumada Governor ;e Good and Provisional Gonzales Exchari Wishes as Trains Pass, Hr Mornliif J..uro.l pm-rlal luw4 tVIrr Kl 1'iiKo, Tex., Join- . Mik'nii Anil. nrtilH. the iI.-iiiim il uovenior of ITil- liimhini. a lot in. r xovernor of Julin ii ii lind r.'. oKiil.eil nn on,, of thn iiioft i ;.'.iniin. nt ol Median politlclaim nn !i. r Hie Id. ix iioioiiiHtri.tioii, rriv d here todltllt. I Hull way iih.ii hix tri to tho lnlt-i-d Hiulew h. rdi r. Scnor Ahniniuln Jiok ed hlx head out of the train window iaiid there conferred ivlth A lira in tton 1 i.il. M. who In another train, wnn KoinK j niolliilMil d t" I'liilltl.illll.i to tlllll the , of lice vn. at e, liy Senor AIiuiikkIii. '('ioo I in W," nhonlcd Henor Aim iiniilii, "I h it u tiarin chair for yon down there. Kvcr thing In onlet mid lielice'l ill. My IichI w lh'i for u hii''. ei-nffiil iidiilinlidralioji," "Mirny thnnkH for your klndiicnK," reHponded S nor fionzalei. "J too wixh yii u idciinaiit Journey." ; Then th- proi Islomil governor mid I Hie depone, ijol ernor Were Kllddellly "cparnteil hj the movliid tialnii. Kenor Aliinnnd:i him hecn rrnuh In the l'nlled Sttiteu, imd It wrm ho cniiHn of IiIh populiirlty nmoiiK Mexi rarin and A tin-rU'iinn alike that he wan (hoHi'il hy 1'rCKldeiit Iduz to mic eeid (loyernor Tfrnixun lit t'hlhiiithun. "I do not iintli Ipule any liiorn frlc tlon In .Mexico, " mi hi Hi nor Ahumada on hln iirrlvul. "Kverhody now 1 working for tin- nood of thn conntry. I rdiiill ko on to Hun Lulf. i'otosl, not Kl. LoiiIk. .Mo. don't miy thut, for J inn koIiik to Ktuy hy my country, in h few irijH ahout :',(iii rcderm troopN prolmhly will leme ('hlhiiiilina to K" In Lower Ciillfornl i. Then the llitoir-recto-i iiliont the city will he nlhiwcd to enter." To avoid K"liiK throiiKh the InMir rei'lo ruiikx around ('hlluuiluiu, tho .Vlexicun i' er tiinenl todny took ud vnnliiK of th' offer of thi I'nlted HlntcN to lillow litnirmetl troom to travel throiiKh thin country. Accoiiipiiiile,! hy Genera! Jimn Nn vbiio, the commmulcr who mil render cd J nn rex to .MuderoH lorcen, 4 Till ,ied- ernl noltlieiH, dlvcHleil of their unl lorniH mid without urniN, lilt Kl 1'hno for Mexiio Cllv, InivclliiK throiiKh the l lilleil ripitiK In ii mieclul t ruin hy wily of Kiiiile 1'iinn, Tex. larhe, In hrlllliint hliinkelH, mim hremk !in( im-li other clothlnir an they had hecn nhli- to pick lip, the defe.it eil I'lildlcrx of lleiieral lmix clmioed Into the tniln with nf'-al iiuiintlticH ot hoiiMi hohl ellectH. ninny followed hy Hi. ir ttlii i and children. loin ill I Nnvnrrn, the velcrnii Hohl ler, who within u lew d 'NN id Jimre. Iniil Hie experience of being com mander, prison, r mid then a vefugee iroin an inriirlitted mob which sought his life while be swam across Die river to SHfetv mi the Ain. rli an side, appeared as happy us u boy as tie loaded his lories and linn liinle fare well as the train pulled mil Mexican, Mex June H. .Mexliiill still Is expel ling an attack by Ma dero's lovnllsts, who recently organi ed iMi, vesterday took possession of ranch buildings (tt Packard, killing one Insurgent ami capturing n score of his comrades. Tin- liiMiiKinis' t use look'' discour aging lo the Iciders, iis desertions I colli their ranks are of dally occur rence ll Is i . p. I led Ihat Hie loyalists un.h'i the command of Uuitvngii now number fully is many men as those Mai I Im.ih',1 In Mexlcnll, ninny of whom foi inerlv were limb r tlie ted flag of the 1 1 1 o-r illstN. The b. et i rop of the Cndahy ranch is . tdv lo be moved lo lite sugar faelorv at (ileiiilale, Ariz., but ( Sonera! 'Jiiitinl.i dent, iniled n tribute of 3r.,lM)0 before allowing It lo be shipped. Tlie eonipany refused the payment i i such ii sum nn, ordered the w iler shut off, delerillllllllg to Slitter Complete loss of the nop rather than pay he ivy trib ute. ijuljaili mi I unit t i'i ycstei'ilav u pro position to allow the removal of Die beet crop on the payment ol '. ,.u and litis sum probably will be paid by th, heel raisers. ) Klectiic lights have I n resj. lo M. xliali upon the guarantee o I Ann t i' iiim III business liele that red the the at- light lull. i will be paid. Wtlijuda thr en. tl lo blow up the power company' itiinils unless the electrlclly was n Hlol'.'d to the I end heililitlal'tel . FORTY CHINAMEN TO BE DEPORTED TO CHINA 111 l'.lio, T,x.. June lour i 'I i i iii i ii leu are being pending toe arrival of "si I I Kio tomorrow. I'poit ii. Thn ty- hdd here ittiiie Irom thn iirrlvul ol these i he entire hunch of forty will le s.itt Immediately to San l-'ra nclsco tor d. i". i t itln n. More than :tuu Cltln i se from the interior ol Mexico have active. I at .Iiiarcx during the past two dins and In their Ctfotts to get, into Hie I'nite.l Stabs are giving the cus t' nc KU'irds and In-pectnrs a great ,l.a ol trouble, I'alnl Spooling at HolhiooU. W ord has b, en received Itel'e i.f the I, ti ll shooting of K dcrh o Serna of lllllliiios De Albl.t.-riUe, whbh oc curred at llolbrook. A i ir... Thursday evening. S rna. who was '' v. ttrs of hi:", It is s iid, tie. nine Involved in a r.nv with until' welkin, n at tho Arl xi'ti.t and was eh. t three tlntcs In the 'melee. Ills parents bu lor llolbrooK last night, J (CoMitau .1 Irom pane 1) I eeiriif what unit noimt to haf.pen, war, runnii.K wildly toward ilif train, phoiitinif and sticulatmt;. Jni't hefore the uriiaMh, At the end of the l.ridije the heavy te. rails were nheaitil olf ilean hy it (jiant clearer. I liiht i'n-'-i'iiser I J-. Tlie heavy fti el oiiMtriK tion of the limited f.iiiip.r.'ni niii.otn.tedly played the chief part in iivertinif heavy Ions of life, hut another factor wan the r ciiiiiniance that there whh (in titiufu ally f.niull pttHSctiKer list. tS paKxen er and (n.me 20 railroad employen an !iail:nt over 100 paaKi'tiK'T on th Hiiine train tho previous day and 1?.. the day hi lore that. The find -clans and iei-istcrc.1 nail won transferred from the d railed mail mr on the relief train and the -.ecoriij dan mail left to he taken out later. The dead and injured were nlaced iihunrd an exnren car anil one of the hiK deeopod t liKilK'S, l.ai kitlK In, pulled the train hack to AUU(iier- oue. Thn work of ilearinir UP the wreck Unaii at once, the mail car wan toppled off the track, the wreck of the liaht engine removed, th" track repaired ami hy 7;.10 last ninht the track win cleared and traflic remim ed. In addition to the doctr from here. Iir. Yoakum of Cerrlllon, Kanta IV miraeon there, was lit the scene of the wrcik nttendlmr the ln,urc,l and a micUal came down from Imh Vejjan hearlni a riinnher of oKicliiU lo Invefti Kate the caiiHen of the wren, Includ Inic J. M. Kuril, general up rintend ent; Huperlntendeiit 1'. I- .Myers or the New JlexU o dlvihlon, and Mechan ical riuperlnteiident M. J. Urury of . Junta. Their Hpeclal arrived (it S o'clock In the afternoon, tircni Kci'iiH I p Nerve. In Hpite of the mnldiiiK he received nhout the head and face and the HKOtiy of Inhaled Kteam and lnternul Injur leu Knulneer (ireen talked to Diohc who were utrlvln,: to aid ltlni and hore up hravely until the end. M.ltVV CAI.IItmMA (illil. iii ntiivi: or ACtiniiXT. The nal heroine of the disaster, whose praises are being sung by every passenger and every physician mid rallroud man was Miss Maude llurford of Fresno, Cal. postoflice clerk en route to the coast. .She had in her pocket vial of one-eighth grain morphine tablets end distributed tliem among the Injurd to deaden the pain. With remarkable resoiircelulnesn she went lo tho dining car, secured some olive oil, broke the bottles and poured the grateful emollient on Die burns ol the suffering engineer and liremnn. The cool young lady worked assidu ously among the injured apparently knowing Just what to do and tho doc tors assured the passengers that noth ing morn efleftlve could hav,. been done had they been there. Thinking rirst of the mall service Die girl ran as soon us she got out of the car to the mall cur t ut found Roy 11. Hall, th agVnt, all rlghl mid Dun turned her attention to the work ot pulling out the Injured engineer w hich she di rected like a veteran. Conductor Charles o. Clark of the limited, had a close squeak. "I was hurled through a plate glass window with two heavy women," said Mr. Clark yesterday, "and I think they rather deadened my fall. As it Is m head feels funny, und as If something hail hit nut stunning blow on the back of thn Heck.'' The real tragedy ill the dculli of Mnglneer Crccn came lo night wln-n It was learned that he was Just leceiitlv married and sent his wife east on a vacation trip on train .o. 10 yesterday inornlng. At last ac couiit.s tier w hereabouts had not been learned lure. (Ireen'H liodv was prepared tor burial here and will bu taken to 1-aa egas today. Arthur Itobliison Dim dining car waller was at llrst thought to he futal- Iv hurt and was reported dead at th hospital at o'clock last night, fur ther investigation, however, showing Ihul he will escape with the prohithl loss of an ev e. As far as can be learned the train or, lers , al lied by the crews of both eiiL-ineu vvei.. correct In all details and no blame attaches lo dispatchers. The i xacl cause of the wreck will never b in euriilelv known for the reason Unit lint dead engineer alone had Die se ctel. It whs undoubtedly Just u case of taking one chance too many. Among the passengers who regis. to...,! at the Ahatiulo on the arrival of the relhi train here were Mrs. Kid dies, il. .1. chiuuplin and wife ot ltuf lain, N. Y.: .1. 1.. .Morgan, Canon City Colo.: ('. .1. Tawncy of ArUona; Mr nn. I Mis lllllhoiiNe of New Haven inn.: I.llv Sentple und l.lleii Semitic of Louisville, hy.; ' Htruve and wile of St. Louis; C. A .mi. d.l .nid Miss D. Canfield of Los Angeles. Percy L. Knight o Ll Caso rmerlv of Dm Santa lre New Mel en,,, air Veil on l ie reuei irun, w an in lured leg. Another was Mrs. C, w Nenl wife of a Cnlted States armv ieulenant now m nonouuu whom she Is ell route to Join. Others ti el 1 1, mil tvio 11 mining engineer ot Christmas, Arir... ant! two Yale class males IMnf. (ireuorv and John Peters Train I ton mcs Trip at B p. in, A new limited train was made up last night, such passengers as wer, able lo travel got aboard and It left lot- the e viist ill 8 o'clock with a very iicn ous , urge). A, VV. McCoit und Martin Luther ed Palo Alto, t'ul., on the train, ar members of the l.eland Stanford I'nl Vcrsltv Cileo club. The eiiiliinent of the wrecked train v.u brought Into Albu,tieripie ah, ad ,. truln No. 1, last night al o'clock. Tho observation car and four Pullman cars composed the por Hon of the ill-luted triln brought here. The curs seemed tu be In very cood condition, with the exception of one Pullman and the observation. Th lending Pullman car was badly Ulisn window r th. -in. car" the t .-er'atl.'.'i tai Inimediatel:. rarv train J r.. fin, f eve ;.t "lit a" a Mar knocked Two of the rr,.oie up into Hi Ihat had h. en nailtt;: mm:, and were tut- r part of the train f r I rn mail nr. the hi ,. t , ar. and I a! th.- peril j the dining car were i. of the wreck, and hroupht in Home time .rooai'iv i..- ..I iv. WELL KNOWN CARLSBAD YOUNG PEOPLE WEDDED farl.sl.ad. X. M., J,,i... T. Kliswurth Janie,, and Teren-, I ... -ittirtick w ere marre, Monday niornioK in f - .d. ward' chureh. Father Ai"-rna!pt officl- atinp. A wivldlnic hr-avfast was serv ed to a lartre nnmlu-r of invited (tiients at the home of the l v.iU 's parent. The hrlde and Kroorn h it f. r AVi on fln. where they will Sj.eiid ome time amonjf old fri ndn -t the family. The hrlde lH the daughter of John I.owenhruck. onP of th,- oldcat mer chanta here. The i-room i well known havltii; hh hi most of his life lure. To Inspect Ir. Ceorue P. Keolouieal Kiiney tirdav and make tiojj of the rite fi Ui-w rvolr Site. Hi' hardson of tin v. ill arrive on Sat a lareful investiga r r. s. rvoir No. 3 ot the ("nrlshad project, included In the plant a I'nited Stntos in 1 not availalde nt that tin thin reservoir and nlv investiKatlon of nun I This site was quired hy the l'unds were e to construct a preliminary r three was mad,, at the time, atructlon to complct dditionil eon the project is now under consideration, llenre, it la neoefenry that tills site he carefully lnestiKiited. yVhout lii.HOU acres of, lim.l nr.. nlri.mlv uisn. ,1 no for water I foe the contemohiied construction oflfendunts went to the brewery the second unit of the Carlsbad pro-! Ject. HELD AS LAW Senator and Two Representa tives Indicted for Bribery; Grand Jury Complains Bitter ly of Reluctance of Witnesses Columbus', June . Thro members the general assembly and an at tache wero Indicted on bribery hargeg today by Die grand Jury, hlch adjourned for an indefinite period, subject to rail. Its Investiga- on of b glslatlvo bribery Is not coni- lete. but It will net he resumed for e present. ti,n Thoso Indicted Include: Senator Thomas A. Dean, democrat, Sandusky county; Hepresentutive rank McCalvey, republican, of Cuy- ihoga county; Representative (leurge Nye, democrat.. Pike county, and ilrtaily under three Indictments for bribe solicitations; Stanley V. Harri son, Cuyahoga county. All were in dicted twuo and i furnished I.1.IMI0 bond each. New Indictments against Dr, Nye harge hhn with tin, solicitation of (10 an, "f "certain money" to pr - ent the passage of a, lull to protect game birds, ,'iarrison was moicicu for acting as Intermediary. In its report, the grand Jury lodny said : Our Investigation has been ham pered by th" reluctance ol important witness,- to testify, hy perjury of wit nesses called, by witnesses avoiding rvlce oi sttbpoenaes, by apparent el irts lo suppress evidence all of which will he properly dealt with at the earliest possible nouiiiit, OFFENDERS TRIED T Two Bound Over for Theft of Wheel Barrow and Two for Petit Larceny; Vags Sent to Jail, Judge Craig held a little court yes terday morning at the dtv police sli tlon. The regular number of linpos- Ibles were on hand to receive the lit tle drips of Justice from the iruinlii- P'll spring. YV. K. All.tl was sentenced to fif teen days "f given the choice of pay ing fifteen dollnrs for getting mixed up with what looked like a fraduleiit pres, rlption for a very unhealthy dose of cocuine. lie also had In 111" possession a pair of Simpler-Clark shoes which he could not explain. All these things being taken Into consideration tin lodge thought 115 not too much for his case. K. Hacn and Santino finrcia drirged wild larceny, were bound over to await the action of the gram! Jury. Miguel Donilngucj and Alberto Lu go, arrested on tho charge ot having stolen a wheelbarrow from the new Charles Ilfeld building, were given thirty days In Jail. Frank und Marry Watson, who couldn't explain why they should not he convicted as vagrants were given fifteen days In Jail or the option of paving; I la. 4. Mother of Mr, tionld IK'ikI. New York, Juno 8. 'icorge .1. flonld today received :i cable message from Paris announcing the death of his wife's mother. Mrs. Mary Klng rion. there last night. ORIO Ll MAKERS BREAKERS III POLICE COUR CIVIL SUITS FILED IN STRICT COURT Albuquerque Man Demands $297 for Sheep Dip Furnished Union County Corporation; Brewery Gets Judgment. II. A Ilta. kvf.tfel nf this city yes terdav entered suit against M. llerz- jstein Company, a corporation doin? business in Clayton, t'nion county, for t-'J, all'Ti d to have heen due the said Unit kins, I since July 11. ll. I The Ijll was for sheep dip and I Kemp hrandint; liiuid, forty-five Kal 'lona of the dip and six cimes of the ;hnindiiiK liiu!d. It was dareed that it 'should he paid for as soon. as hold. The plaintiff claims that the w hole Ithini? has been sold long ago and jthat payment for the same has hecn refused. ! Alhers Pros., jAlhers and M. mils, yesterday I petition of the as it lirm, and L. I. I. Alh.rs as lndhid answerod the orijrlnal Southwestern ilrewery in their petitiort inr'a & Ice company. JudKment ot J and In unswerlns confessed Judgiiierit for $237.84, a judgment for which was immediately issued. The controversy arose over the disposition of brew malt from the brewery, which had been used hy Al hers Hi os., as food for their cows. After the cllv prohibited the use of this SllliStallce for COW- feed. the de-1 cancelled the order. The brewery, however, asked them to take it away j for nothing for i time which they did. i The brewery people, it was aleged, then proceeded to charge for the malt they hud asked tho dairymen to entry I n way for nothing. It was ttpon presen ilation of this fact that oauaeil the I Judge to permit tho Judgment to he entered for less than the clrilm of the brewery on Albers hrothcres. E CLUB STRIKE IT Garment Workers Suffer Brok en Heads In Encounter With Bluecoats; One Shot, Six Seriously Hurt. IBjr Morning Journal npcclal ltr4 Wlrl Cleveland, June fl.-r-One hundred policemen, summoned to the scene of a riot between striking garment workers and sympathizers and non union workmen today, charged on Die rioters mid In the fight one man was shot and at least six seriously Injur ed. Scores suffered buttered heads and bruises. 1 Later strikers gathered at another factory to force out the non-union workers. Wind, ws were broken and some of the strikers rushed upstairs on fire escapes and entered '.lie build ing. Many of the men workers Inside then Joined the strikers, but IB) girl workers refused. Tim strikers DiL'lr recruits then stalled in a ado down the street. Another call brought u squad of police the crowd w is dispersed. an'l par- "lot v .'.ll HARVEST FIGHT AT Carnival of Crime Attends Pugilistic Event at Hammond and Authorities Decide to Put Lid On Fistic Game, Hammond, Intl., June 9. Thirty empty pockethooks found on Die floor of the arena alter the close of th. Clabbv-Hrown fight here last night s.ielled the lart of prlr.e fighting In tils city. Tlie hoard of police vnmmls sioners tonight Issued an order forbid, ding any bouts in tho future. Half a dozen houses were robbed, one thief took a pockctbook. remov ed the bunk roll and tossed It over the heads of the crowds. The book fell at Die feet of the chief of po lice. DEATHS AND FUNERALS. Pcregiina, th.t two-year-old daugh ter of Mr. anil Mrs. Jose. Maria llarein, died at Dm family resilience ycsler- lav morning at 4 o'clock. The funeral services will he held tills afternoon at 4 o'clock In the Church or tha Sacred Heart. The Interment will afterward occur In San Jose cemetery. Mrs. Anna Powers. Mrs. Anna Powers, died at her home, "H'.t Marble avenue, Thursday night arter a two years' residence In the city. ll, r husband and two chil dren were with her at the time of her death. She was a native of Holland, Mich. The funeral will be held at the undertaking parlors of Crollett and Wntters on Sunday nfternoon nt 3 o'clock, the Interment afterwards tuk Ing place at Kulrvievv. CLEVELAND FOLIC RIOTERS PICKPOCKETS EP BITTER RATE WARlFftMILY If ED OUT BETWEEN RIVAL OIL CONCERNS John D, Objects to Invasion of Colorado By Texas Company and It Is Rumored Will Try to Smash It. By MornlBf Jonmal (' Wire) Denver. Cob... June The Tim, n today says: "J. hn I. rockefeller and John V. (lab s, owners of two of the irreatcst oil concerns In America. ar; preparing to commence a bitter, rate war in oil and the opening (.'on is. to be fired in Denver. The announcement comes from an authoriative source and has brought Rreat uneasiness to the Independent ci ncerns opt-riiltnif in Colorado. The invasion of Denver territory three weeks no hy tho Texas com pany, owned by Hates, is said to be the cause of the proposed fight. The Texas company rcently pur chased a tract of land three blocks in (Xtent near the Colorado & Pouthern yard. It has erected a temporary distributing station and already Is operating four tank wneons. The trouble between the two finan ciers tamo to a head in Colorado a little over a year uRO when th Texas company opened a oisu muuni ,..no nrilal inieiuo. ine raie v.ir inai i. umn- ed with the Standard Oil company nus been confined to I'uebio, but now that Its rival h:m invaded Denver, the Stan dard is said to be about to commence a general ampaii-'ii to drive the dates concern from the state. KILLED Georgia Jury Gives Verdict of Ten Thousand Dollars for Death of Prize Animal; Own er Valued Him at Twice as Much, Atlanta, On.., June 3. Ten tlinus.and dollars was the value placed on a hog bv u iurv in tlie superior court here today in the case of J. D. Debow of Nashville, Tenn... against the u ks hurg, Shre.iveport & Pacific railroad. The hog was "Premier Longfellow's lliv.jl." a pedigreed porker killed in a railroad accident anil on which Mr. Debow had placed a valuation of $20, I111O. T.ie animal was nine feet long, three feet high and weighed more than 1, 000 pounds. FIRST BALE OF TEXAS COTTON PUT ON MARKET Houston, Tcx June . In putting on the market today the first bale of cotton of this year's growth, Riveria, a small town In the Rio Or.inde vulley of Texas, breaks all records, being eh veil days earlier than the next earliest dut0 and fourteen days ahead of 1910. SOLO BV DRlifiGISTS tVERKWHtRE AXBlQt'EnQTE BOTTLIXQ CO., All kinds of Soda, Cnyoto Mineral Water. Special High Ball Ginger Ale. Phone 813. 305 N. 1st. LOMMOHI BKOS., PROPS. Mogollon Stage and Auto Line DAILY KXCl'.PT Sl'NDAY. Leave Silver City, 7 a. m. Arrive Mogollon, 4 p. m. Leave, Mogollon, 7 a. m. Arrive Silver City, 4 p. m. Special cars nn request. Call or address C. W. Marriott, Prop., Silver City. N. M. RALROAD W 0 HOG CmCHESTER,piLLS; w"e k V-jGTX I..aiIA.kJourln,l.lljA J lltlVVIIIVJ WUVI1 liiHfiSsS: : Henry Ohlmeyer and 4b3 inn 1 fc- J TLe no vlker. 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Hill and Mrs. Hills children. I'h and Dorothy I'.inti. ul, mrly to i;n AnUnwald. a suburb. Sheriffs posses from Multoiu-h : Clackamas counties afe aioin.; I'ortiand police ta s u-int; th o try for the murderer. YViliiam Hill, .lis wife mi l ' n.l the small children, were beaten to itll with an fixe some time tst night in their In me in Ardenwald, a mimum of this city. The four bodies w, re dis covered t. day by Mrs. C. H. ll.aii.. ws, a neighhor, who casu illy call, d at thp louse. Two .sheriffs' posses find hun- (ireds of volunteeis are search! tig tiie the the hii- will) country around the town m hope of finding seme trace of murd 'rer. The bodies f the two young dren wore ' innil In the bedroom, lad been split open with Their heads an axe. In an adjoining room lay the body of Mrs. Hill, her skull crashed in with the same instrument. Hills body whs found 111 another room, ilsn with the head crushed. Till" SIMPLE 0ILr ENGINE Tscs Distillate or Kerosene. 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