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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1911.'
I GEO.W HICKOX COMPANY KW MEXICO'S l'IOFi;it JIWKLKltS uh Insivrtora for Kama F ami t'oast IJik-s. Floe Watch Re pairing and l:u4-rvliig. nm Aitcn fbovt m g, rfcovd bt CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. Ktntra, Ranrea, nuse Fnrnlahliia; Good. Cuilorj, Tools. Iron ripe. Value, anil llillnm, Plumbing, Heating, Tin and Copper Work. tin W CENTRAL AVE. TfcXEPHONE til. f Peanut Butter The best we have ever I found, - Beachnut Brand, Fresh supply. Glass jars, three I sizes I 10c, 20c land 35c I Fine for picnics, Ward's Store HOMi:n H. WARD, Mgr. l Marble Ave. Phono 101. MATTHEW'S H.-la tha standard for absolute purity, as well as delicious flaror. In. stst on being served with Matthews' only. I'HONK 420. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR FORT Qmned Vegetables and BRAND Fruits f HE FINEST AND MOST DELICIOUS ON THE MARKET New THREADGILL A merit n n Plan. 310 Mil 111 MUST ST. Rooms with or without bath, by day, week or month, fine, "5c, (I u day II you need a cni'is-ntcr. telephone Ili'NM'Idon; phone 377. Try a Morning Journal Want Ad 3 Outing Shirts... We have a very fine line of soft shiits with double roft cuffs attached suit able for soft collars. I'l.iin tans, whites and Hues $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 and $2.50 vift ccllais, the k"nd for discriminatinr, men 25c MAILORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED E. L. WASUIHJKN CO. Albuquerque N.M. K'iS. 2nd. llfW. Gold. (ajjaafc WALLACE HESSELDEN Genaral Contractor, rifurca and workmanship couat W guarantee mora for your money than any other contracting firm In Albu querque. Office at tha Euparlor Planing MIIL Phone 177. Stylish home uml buggies fur nished on short notice by W. I Trimble & Co., 1 13 North Second street. Phone 8. jfr Oct Hudson's price on papcrliang- Injr. LAUNDRY WHITE WAGONS Poll Tax is now delinquent and unless paid legal action will have to be taken for collection. Pay at Matson's. flood inoriilnK! Is your plumbing in Rood condition? If not, tall Strum 'llltst. Teh-phono H'jS. ; The brut middle horses to he had In the city ure at W. L. Trimble's 113 North Second street; phone 8. ICE CREAM Strong Brothers rnderuknrs and Embultuers. Prompt Service Day or Night. Telephone 75 Residence 61 Htmng Blk., (Topper and rWoml In tb tt.nl that ru anuuld not r.i-.iv. r.iur mrnlii ppr tolapbon. Ih. POSTAL TEbKOHAPH 20. Sit ing jn ur name and aililraaa and the ..p.r will d.llv.r.d bj a apaolal Diiufintr. Tha taleiihuna la No. II. metHen aku sa.ee. The abuve r.viard will ka paid fr tha arraal and ooavlctlna of anr nne caught stealing roptaa of tha Morning Journal from the dour vara of aulianribara. JOU11NAL PUBI.1HHINO CO. LOCAL KEW5 OF INTEREST THE WEATHER. For the twenty-four hours ending at I o'clock yesterday afternoon. Maximum temperature, M'; mini inuni. r.4; raiiKC, 3i; temperature itt I! o'clock, 81; wester ly winds; partly 1 1 1 1 1 . rorecnsl. V a-lilimtuti. .1 into O.-jNcw Mexico, A i Uoim --Knlr Saturday mid Sunday. NVit Texas - Fair Saturday, except shower and cooler In afternoon or 1 1 1 a: 1 1 1 in extreme north portion; Sun ilny I ail'. Ir. t (inner, tsteoimtIi. Tel. 055. Vl-s I'lKle .Mai lioiuilii of 11 Eolith Third ptreet. li lt jest, r,hiy niurnintf !.. llhiiid, N. M., while "'if visit SPRINGER TRANSFER COMPANY REASONABLE AND RELIABLE f? AZTEC run run CO. Mill and Native Wood rhono 2.M Granite and l-'lrsl 1 T r UnLM, WINUUW & UUUK SUKttlVS, Wt ALoU btLL ALL KINDS OF MATERIAL FOR SCREEN WOrtK. SUPERIOR LUMBER AND MILL CO. French & Lowber Funeral Directors and Embalmers Lady Asal'taai COR. ITU AND CKVTRAJi. Offlr IMione ma HENRY GOETZ CAFE Mtals of High Quality at row PRICES Opposite Trimbles .. 116 N. 2d St Mrs. George Hofhrins for a month. Iir. r. (1. Cornish left l ift night for Santa lie on professional businees. Tbe family of Modesto C. Ortiz hits (tone to Peralla for a ten tlayn visit with friends ut that place and at Joya. ('. N. Cotton, the Ciallup merchant, was a pUHHeriKi r (in ill-fati il No. 3 yesterday, seuplliK without Retting hurt at oil. W. N. MiQngin returned yesterdiy I rum a business visit ut mime six weeks In Itoswell and adjoining Pecos valley points. O. A. Cimfleld, the California oil magnate, was a piiMseniter on train 3 yesterday, returnlriR to California with his diuiKhter from a visit to the east, Mrs. Florence Chess haves toniwht for a summer'H visit in Fresno, f'al.. with her sister, Mrs Flora McAlfee, whom she has not m i n for twenty, years. The district court was yesterday eiiKaKed aKuin nearly all of the day trying the Halue-Cook minlnH com mission ease from Socorro county. This Is the third day mat the cuse hau been before Juil?e Abbott. An automobile party, inelutlltiK Mr. and Sir.. Isaac 1'arth, nr. and Mrs H. Corner, Hcurne Hicki x and oth ers will luke their machines over the mud to Santa Fe tomorrow, returning homo on the following day. The funeral of I'ercKilmt llarela the three-year-old dauchler of Mr and Mrs. Jose 1'artla or lizi Souti' Thlr.l street, will occur at the Sacred Heart church thin ufternoon at 3 o'clock and burial will fo'h w In tin Sun Jose cemetery. Itev. P. Krctchninr of MS South Kdlth street, leaven Albuquerque for Uptlmo, Mora county, where ho has accepted the call from the Lutheran church there. His new work will be amotiK a, colony of German farmers from Iowa. Mrs. Kretchtnar and the family will accompany him. Chief of Tollce Sobastlan of I.os Angeles, Cul., passed through Albu fiioriUe yestorday nlternoon on train 4 on his way to attend the nationa' convention of chiefs of police ut KucheBlor, N. Y. He was accompa nied by Sergeant Tlutlcr, chief of tin traffic sipntd of the Los Armeies pol ice, who w ill attend the convention. V. C. Hul(!cr, ueneral foreman o! the Sunta Fe yards ut Kl I'aso, imssei' through this city last nUlit on hi; way to F.I Huso after taking his fam ily to the old home In Nebraska whore they will spend the summer va cation. For o number of years Mr Bulger was n prand trustee of the Or der of FukIcs. James l.earnitrd left last ntMht lor a visit to I.oiik Heach, Cul. Ho was accompanied as far as Window by his son, GeoiKe I'. Lcarnard, who io to the Arizona town on business. Alex Maltiand was 'picked up by tho police last nliyht because he hod no visible means of support, lie was taken to the station, docketed as churned w ith vagrancy, and will have bin trial this morning. Mr. Felix Frank Trotter. Jr., the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Trot ter of this city, will return home on Sunduy after an absence of four years spent at Lehigh university, ut Lehigh Ta., where he recently graduated as a THE LEADER 5,10c and 15c Store mail onnrns filled I'ltOMlTO, tmi.sti V. CKNTHAL AVE- Hell shape thill Mown tumbler or heavy Colo nial tumblers each , . ,5c T Ii I ii Imported china sauce dishes divDi-utfd, each UK? Grey enameled hn-ln. Kwtons each 10f Good can op V at I ft. '-I Steel Unites alio (orbs ier uoell 0.t' cncr Be Sheet Iron r jf Drip I'linn y" - - 'mining engineer. His subject " p- I idicatlon f..r his ,i.irr-e whs ' Flow of i Cnderground Wai-r at the Fried -n-illn Zinc Iieposit." Mr. Trotter lias Just celebrated h's t-iity-H.-coml : birthday. Seeks Man Who Burned Rio 6ra"nde Freight Depot In Col orado Town and Boasted of Deed, ! Sheriff Fields Stevens of Pueblo, Colo., arrived late Thursday night from Pueblo, Colo., In Quest of une Joel A. Kirk, a man much wanted in those parts on several charges of a serious nature, one of which Is arson. It is understood that a couple of years aKo, Kirk obtaining a Rood sired Rrouch at the D. & It. O. railroad burned up their freight de pot, wrecked a few cars at the Union depot and got away. , Some few days ago, Kirk loaded up on fire water in the neighborhood of Han Martial, ami began advertis ing the fact of who he was pretty broadcast. This reached the ears of Special Officer Curtwright of the Santa Fe, who Immediately wired Pueblo to find out if Kirk was still wanted.; ,,, lTpon receiving, a reply In the affirmative, he proceded without mora ado to rope in Mr. Kirk with out any'fnss or frills to the arrest ing, j This was last Tuesday. Kirk was brought to Albuquerque, for safekeep ing, but refused to go firther with out the requisition papers being granted by the governor of New Mex ico on the demend of the governor of Colorado. This was all complied with and there was nothing for Mr. Kirk to do yesterday morning but to go along with Sheriff Stevens like n good little boy. If convicted Kirk stands a show of being a guest of the state for a good many years to come. EL PASO (MHfiG MEN REAPED Madero's Army Provided With Wearables and Soldiers Wei'e Not Particular About Style or Cut of Garments, " Henry S. Bearh, the largest Import er of Mejikaa art goods through the port of Kl PusJ is tn the city m tk in? his annual' business visit. Sir. Beach Is particularly optimistic con cerning business conditions In Kl Paso at pr-scnt. "We passed nhrotigh our time of ftress," Ii,. said yesterday, "but now there seems t a "much better and more hopeful tilling among the mer chants, and thwlness has begun to pick up in tho Inst week. "With tho opening of the two Mex ican railroads, one, the Mexican Na tional clear through to Mexico City, the other, the Mexican Northwest ern, into the rich Sierra Madro belt, tho trade Into northern Mexico tins begun again. "One ndvantago the presence of Madcro and his men was to Kl Paso was that when It came to clothing the men,, the merchants sold out nearly every old thing they had, especially In the line of pants, shirts and shoes. The men who bought were not par ticularly strong for style, but they wanted something that would wear well, and they gol It." Mr. lleaeh Is currying with him some very rare postcards picturing some of the stirring events In and around Junrea during and immediate ly after tho battle. EL PASO Had Enough of It; Business Now Picking Up Says Former Albuquerque Boy, "Kl I'aso has had about all the war she wants,'' said H. Flank Fillmore, of that city yesterd ty. Mr. Fillmore, who formerly lived here Is now In business In the Tass City and with Mrs: Fillmore, also very well known here, has been spending a week or so visiting lotal friends. They will prob ably return today or tomorrow. "It took this trouble in Mexico to make Kl I'aso realize what a tremen dous asset her .Mexico business is," said Mr. Fillmore. "When it was Impossible to run trains lutwcen.EI I'aso and the Interior for many weeks at a time the city's business fell off and for that reason Kl I 'asm Is wel coming tlie return of peace, HUcb pti.ee as It Is. Uusiness has improved a let In the p-isl lew weeks. How ever, I look for a condition In Mex ico f.r a yi-or or so yet thHt will be linsettlid to say the least. It will take a strong hand at the helm of state to keep down turbulence In the re public. I believe Madcro is a stroim man; and If he is able to surround himself with wise advisers and min isters I think he will make good." It didn't snotv ut the Alrdomc, II was the Airship crews spitting cot ton; one man was thought to be laughing at the comedlins' Jokes. II was discovrrwd- ktler he luid Inhaled a buneh of the cotton that Is flying and it was tickling him. PUEBLO SHERIFF IN ALBUOUEROUE HARVEST NO 1 MO FOR A Sale of Ladies' Dainty Neckwear StartingToday 19c This is an exceed ingly fine assort ment of the latest styles in Neckwear all new, crisp merchandise, 'con sisting of Stocks, Collars, Jabots, etc., the regular price ranging to $1.00. Your choice while they last . Summers and Schwentker Will Tap Artesian and Surface Water With Double Well at RosweH, M. I. Summers and F. H. Schwent ker of this city, who have recently organized the Pecos Valley Invest ment company to develop extensive holdings In the Pecos valley at Itos well, Artesia and elsewhere, are pre paring to try a new stunt In drilling for water on the lands adjoining the llagerman tract at Itoswell. At the bottom of a seven foot pit two wells will bo sunk; one a 500 foot well with the unusually large diameter of twelve Inches, to tap the artesian flow, und the ether a well 18 Inches in di ameter lo a depth of 300 to 150 feet to get the surface flow. "It is something that has never been tried here before, I believe," raid F, I!. Schwentker yesterday, "and we think it is going to work out suc cessfully so thai , wo can develop a flow of 2.IMI0 gallons a n.inuto or ov er. We ure going nheinl as lapldly as possible with the pror orations for drilling the wells and Installing the pumping plants." JUSTICE ROMERO ASKED TO SETTLE FAMILY ROW Justice Romero of the Old Albu querque precinct No. 13, was Anally engaged yesterday nlternoon hearing the details of family fuss. When most of the trouble had heen recited it was found that all the witnesses were not present and It was necessary to continue the case. It appears that lieelderlo Abcyta has for some time been In trie habit of saying unkind things to his wife, which slit" has stood for until patience has ceased to be a virtue. Consequent ly the day before yesterday she went before the Jnvtioe and made a com plaint against Peeiderlo and charged hi in with assault and battery with words, anil signed her name in full, Franclstii Sam-he tie Abeyta. With this authority all parties were hauled Into court, but without the ef fect of liulshlng the cause, which will be taken up again today. . Pictures taken at Santa Fe will be presented til Alrdomc tonight. Journal Want Ads, Get Results, 19c LOCAL MEN TRYING lOIEt SCHEME 3MMMMA)aa)aj CVmiloaLump HAHNI THAI Til Cerllloa Sto ', Gallup Lump llrtllll VvML Wi Gallup Stove !! PHONE 91 3' ANTllllACITE, ALL SIZES, fITRAM COA1V - - 3 , Coke, Mill Wood, Factory Wood, Cord Wood, Native Klndllnr, ' l ire Brick, Mr Clay, Bant Fe Brick, Common Brlelt, Lime. V A getting larger every day and Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes have a good deal to do with its growth. You can influence your own appearance make yourself a better dressed man, if you'll come here soon and look over this remarkable display of new spring models a fine selec tion of -, . . . Blues. Grays, Tans. Suits $ 1 8 and Upwards. SIMON STERN THE CENTRAL AVENUE CLOTHIER. This Store is the Home ofHart Schaffner & Marx Clothes BIG MEN QF SUNDAY PIANO BUYERS HAD SCHOOL WORLD IN E Meeting of Bernalillo County Association Here Totday Made Doubly Interesting By Pres ence of National Delegates. Tho annual convention of the Ber nalillo County Sunday School associ ation will open this evening at the Lead Avenue Methodist church at 7:30. Th?re will bo three sessions of the convention in all. One tonight and two tomorrow, at 3 and 7:30 p. ni. The convention will be augmented in interest and numbers by the pres ence of a carload of delegates w ho nre on their way to attend the Nation al convention of Sunday school work ers at San Francisco which begins its sessions the first of next week. A number of the big men in the Sunday school world will bo on the lo cal rrogram among whom are ltev. W. C. Pearcc, of Chicago; Prof. W. K. M. Hacklemann of Indianapolis; lie v. II. S, Harris of Mt. Morris, N. Y.; O. L. Klnkerd of New York city"; I. W. Gill of Wichita, and Miss Lily Fnrls of Cincinnati, Ohio. Tho following is the program for the convention: ' Saturday, June 10, 7:30 p. m. Selection by Methodist Sunday school orchestra. Sang. Invocation, Rev. V. C. Oberhaltzer. Obstacles In Sunday School Man agement, H. S. Lithgow. Solo, Miss Charlotte Pratt. Appointment of Committees. Address, K. U. Christy. Address of welcome for the people going to International Convention at San Francisco and stopping over to help us, H. P. Williams. Keaponse, W. C. Pearce. Song service, held by Prof. W. K. M. Hacklemann, Indianapolis, J ml. Needs of the Sunday School, W. C. Pearce, Chicago, superintendent adult department International Sunday School association, Sunday, June 11, 3 p. m. Song service, led by Pror. W. E. M. Hacklemann. Invocation, Rev. S. K. Allison. Elementary Helps, Miss Lily Farls, Cincinnati. Ohio. Solo, Miss Pauline Cartwrlght, Hound Table. Superintend! nts, led by W. C. Pearce, Chicago. Adult Bible Class, I. W. Gill, Wichi ta, Kan. Music, Prof. W. K. M. Hacklemann, Indianapolis. Home Department, Mrs. W. C. Pearce, Chicago. Spanish People, ltev. II. S. Hirris, Mt. Morris, N. Y. This will be con ducted in Spanish. Sunduy, June II, 7::i ji. m. Orchestra. Song Service, held by Prof. W, K. M. Hacklemann. Invocation, Rev. Hugh Cooper . Sunday School Work in South Am erica, Rev. H. S. Harris. Solo, Mrs. S. B. Miller. Work With Adult Classes, W. C. IVarc Special Music, Presbyterian choir. I'se of the. Bible In Sunday School Work, O. I j. liinkerd, New York City. Solo, Miss Margaret Franklin. Reports of committees. Election of officers. FLORIDA MAN SEEKS LONG LOST SISTER The following letter which tells Its own story was received this morning by Superintendent John Milne of the city schools: St. Augustine, Fla., June 6, 1911, Principal High School Dear Sir, I had a sister and the last time I heard from her h was teaching In Albu querque. Her maiden name was Burns. .Her husband Is dead. Ills name was Breem. Tell her her broth er, W. R. Burns, is very anxious to hear from the sister he loved best of all. Address W. 11. Burns, ma chinist, Y. M. C. A., St. Augustine, Fla. lour ial Want Ads Get Results ALBUOUEROU 11 BETTER HURRY Only Few Days Remain of Rec ord Breaking Learnard & Lindemann Piano Sale; Some Excellent Bargains Left, Onh- a few more days remain of the record-breaking piano sale of the popular Lcarnard and Lindemann mil. sic house, and consequently only a few days remain for the people of Albu querque to take advantage of their opportunity and obtain a first-clam piano at the present extraordinary prices. This sale h-.s attracted attention all over the territory, only this wmk three pianos were sold in Sanla tv. One of these wa8 to J. D. Mulligan, the undertaker of that city, another to Mr. Hogle. a leading plumber, and the third was to the Santa Fe Fire do partment, to be put in the new fire hall. The last piano was purchased by s committee of the fire department composed of Chief Frank Owen, sec retary Kuhne, Henry C. Alarid, Geo. Mignardot and Paul Uonzales, it will occupy a prominent position in the new 1 10,000 fire hall, in Santa Fe, . Mr. George P. Learnard left list night for Window In response to an Inquiry concerning the piano sale, and he expects to bring back a bunch of orders with him when he returns.- FOK SALE San black imnici; will wii one or both. 415 S. High St. TabL Li mens The thrifty housewife who spends her appropriation wise ly buys her linens from us. The strongest and most natural ap peal to her is the fact that If they are sold to her for all flax, they are all flax; that whether her purchase is modest or of most generous proportions the quality of the linen is an abso lute certainty. Just as the quality betokens absolute value so docs It indi cate that the same thought ha been put Into the perfection and beauty of design. See our line and undoubtedly some needed article for ycut home will strike your eye pur chase it and note tlve pleasure and satisfaction that will be yours. It will also nrsult in permnnent and gratified cm tomer for our Linen Section. FERGUSON ...AND... COLLISTER ALBCQt'EUQCE'S DBT GOODS SHOP.