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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1911.
GEO. W. HICKOX COMPANY t "r . T-w-wr tT TTF ' I MKXKXVS MOMXIl J IXI H9 Wtrb lotjvrtor, for Santa K ami Cam iJtica. Hi au ,.r lrtn Ijrartn. ri;u.M lite crnivrin T " , . . CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. Store IMna Funtlal.lnjr GkK Cutlery, T.xi, Iron PI Da. r. "' "'"" I 'luniblig, Heating, Ho Cpp, Work. IH W CKMKAL AVE. TELETHON K til. Tel. M Tel. Ill French & Lowber Funeral Directors and Embalmers Lady AnaUtaJBt COR. TI1 AND CENTRAL. Ofrtow rhnn M I --r-w-ww-w-ww ...TTH,,1M MATTHEW'S ICE CREAM Seta tha atiadara for abjolut purity, a wel; as delicious flavor. tt on blif arvd with Matthews' only. Id. 1 t riioxK i2o. I t - ill I ( I. photic ASK YOUR GROCER FOR J" Canned Vegetables and 3RAND Fruits THE FINEST AND MOST DELICIOUS ON THE MARKET 1 a I watermelons Arc very much cheaper guaranteed ripeall can now afford to buy them. LAUNDRY WHITE WAGONS f.'i t.k' the muter ui to the mtprt me '" ir. c.il d'tle it fi.r Kund. A de cision lij Judge l'ci,,. would only fil th' It fur his district. lr. Schvteiitkor. TIT. Cmrul Superintendent J M. Kuril and Superintend. i,t Summers of the Km i;r:mc!e division returned last night mi a special train from ;t visit I f l!l.-..v!l,in til th,. wnlk being done 'V the Santa Fo in the neighborhood ' nf Santa Klta mill Hurley. 1 lUrry 11. Umr uf Kl I'aso. Tex.. who tor tu -me ten years has been chief deputy collector id customs fur the inrt id Kl p.iso, passed through this I city yesterday morning in comanyj Willi liis brother, I r. H. K. Lane of ' l.as t'ruics. i n runic to the old homo in lmli.11111. The engine.", 12K"aml ::,".. which j wire In the wreck ,'t ltimingo hist , Frid. iy h.i. e Ik en brought into the lo-i cal vnrds, iiml will ht repaired hero.' The overhauling practically amounts. tivvs, as; 1... ml. d as result I X t Canteloupes Are very reasonable for this early in the season. Let us supply you. Ward's Store HOMER M. TAIU), MfT. Marble Ave. I'hima fill. I HENRY GOETZ CAFE M fit ta of Hluli Quality at low hikes i Oppo-dlc T' lml.len 1 1 V. 2d St. Strong Brothers Undertaken and Embalmera Prompt (Service Day or Nlaht Telephone 78 Residence M fctrong Hik., Cor and Hrrond to n building hoth they were hailly in of (hi: collision. The body of 1'alri. k .McLaughlin u .iiaKiii.iena, who dl' d at mat place a day or two niro, passed through Al buquerque last night en route to the national cemetery nt Santa Fo. where he will tic hurled. Mi l,o in.: h II n was an old Milliter, Who Hervcil ill New Mexi co iii the -arly Uas. II. S. I.ithuow, S .v. t'ortei field and Ihii Itcv. It. B. Tolbert returned yes lenlay afternoon 'i rum a trip to the i' -i os v.'lhy in S. . I'm terf ii Id's new Kill lliolille They h;i W lu en lolirlllK ih .illi y on a pleasure trip since ri in flay Mid Kt.i',. II. a' not the least uf their e; ,oymet!l -hilc Kolle n-as III a Utile sole hip ii nl.'cli former (lov Mii't l'CKcnnan sl.cvcd them the !),'ius In his vicinity. The trip was iter tile mail route and by way of VitiiKhn. A Double Special from the Jewelry Department Today Only Coral Cameo Bar Pins In th o.nt thai 7u thould not r. i r'iur nturnma paper tlpta.ioa lh t'OaTAL TBLKUIIAPH Ai (y. . . in tnur Dtkint ami aU1rua and lh plr will ta d.ilv.r.,1 i,r a aptclal miigar Tha talaph ma la No II WM-KKHKII-Hg. Tha ahuva rawarJ will ka paid lot tha irrni auil emtlcicn of anr- una cauaht atullnii oepiaa uf tha MnrnliK Jiurnal (rum tha do.ir- wara of auliaunura JOUKNAL, PUHUIHUINU CO. SHi'lnl eourse (iffcrttl In the New Arlll mellc. (nil :(t Niuilli Jlluh SI net. BIG SANATORIUM AT ALAM0GORD0 SOLD TO W. CROUNTREE OF TEXAS! fu!l Tax Is now delinquent and unless paid legal action will have to be taken for collection. Pay at Matson's. WALLACE HESSELDEN (k-naral Contractor. Flirurn and workmanship couat Wt cnarantna mora for your money than any other contracting firm In Albu querque. Office at tha Superior rianini Mill. I'hune 177. ccjsi m OF IKIEfiESl i .! . - I I smucw hat I he lr iNew lo Idea I lilt: UtATIlDll. For tha twenty-four houra nndlnt t o'clock yeefnluy afternoon. .M.tnlnitiM! tempi ralure, SO, mini mum. .4. raiiKe, 37; tempi rature at o i !"i k, 7:; iioitii. rly winds; part :.. I illei asl. Waihiiil.in, June lti. New Mexico -.-howcr .'-'atuid.'iy In ii"ilh and .at i.iduy or Sunday nii;hl ,n north pur lieu, i ooler Sut.ii ilii-. K.iuih portion; -aiuiiiay in north pm tlon; Hun- Tv.o A) the Coo En:v h furhaii Suit hi !i Uii!y iiunteev!- !;'s a!- 'v. -1 ; c v pi c-.:f -- $18.00, $20.00, $22.50, $25.00 fii.i--r.iir S.iturliy and - I.oi ol.-r ll NllnWel'H ialui.lay or and Sun- t oiiin-r, Onciiiuitli. Tel. 655. J 'V S hi niki r and bride re- :-( rd.iv Irom Ho ir Imney- 1 tliforiii.i. M.o l.eih. ho lias uiuier- lalhui .A M .l. -eph s lois rii.i!ied lu an Improved I li I K 1 1 1 . i ! the Dr tod rin of (he ill lie el in i . a Ii i si a at i ."' in t he A. ( i. The Alamoi;ordo Co-operative S tna toriiiin company, by lis trusteed, Mes rrs. (Jillierl, rarimuk, and I'oo Ins transferred tin propert Iiei " l i I o-. V. t'. Koutitiee, pt'npl'u tor of "in liounliee .-allll ll illin, j;l' M il. i'ai Wells. Texas. The consi.l .- it ',. n has Hot been muie liuhlle. I'll' vabi.1 ol the property Is between fifty uiul fif ty thousand dollars. The A lamofconlo News . i Th,. new administration ui; cn.i din t the place under the naiui' 1 the Alamoirordo Sanitarium. I'anl M. Kuuntree. son of lir. W. ( '. Hiu.nir 'e. In named ns the iiuiiiat' -r and lias in - I lively bi Kiin the work of thoroughly renovating and re-nratiKiiiK the (place. in the medical stall ah: Dm, W. ('. Itountree. K. I). McKinloJ uud J. It. (lilbert. The sanitarium will opened for patient some time in the latter part of this week. An annressive iidverlisinic oomp i!,M will be eomnieiued at once. In ad dition to the larne umouiit or llti ra lure which will be (IHrlhiitod, a trav. ' I I lii repi'esetuativ e w ill be employ ed. The instil ut mil now has accom modations f, r ulty patients, wilhoiit crowduu and it is proposed to keep the place lllled lo capacity. Th" t.i pin it will be increased as last as ilia y become in c. ssat y. lir. liountree has had ten years sue Very popular and excellent $ 1 .00 value, special today only Coral Cameo Pendants A dainty neck adornment, selling regularly for $2.00. Special today only, Each 69c Where Quality Meets Price V I.I THE LEADER 5, 10c and 15c Store MAIL OltlH.ltS KIU.KI ritOMI'TIV. SHU..1II W. d'ATHAL AVE A Sale of White China cessful e-xj ortciice in sanitarium work. He will lake up hi: residence ill Aln inoKordo within thu next sixty (lays and pvrKonully direct and supervise the work of this Institution. Service and treatment will be llrst-class, re Kardb'ss of exieiise and while the rateg'will not be Exorbitant, they will be coiiimeiisur ite with the service aiu( treatment. AlamoKordo'a natural ad vantaiti'8 for the treatment of tuber culosis are too well known to require any comment. There Is a bii field oi usefulness here lor a mawniticent in stitution. It Houhl seem that at las' Hie tiuht management hud been found in develop and maintain such an Institution. If yon need a carpenter, telephone llcsMciilon: pliono 377. The best ruddle norses to be had in the city are at W. I Trimble's 113 North Second meet; phone 3. INDIAN VILLAGE AT III (' ui coo f t IP i:. L. WASlllJUKN CO. Albuquerque N. M. J'-'i 8. Jiirt. Ill V. 0. 1:1. lo P !,, v ' ( CI v I hit 1 W. li ,11, I'ti. i li. Allu.ni,, .., , i, t,,rv. - I ' 'oiiov . i , a lo.sioi I m . clerk in 1 :" I I I . p, ,t,.( Mcc M.I. ill the ' ' . w iv lo W " , . 1 1 1 1 1 e: t . . 1 1 . I. (' , 1,1 ha It o! , :, ,, he ill , I I :,isle Ted. ; - It' '.I'-an k - . ti a - i oinplish ' ' !''!. I ir. H. CI I' iso. Tt . as in - " 'er le.v rs ester- I 1 .-'m on it, r ua. I.. Trinidad i Amerb an Semi I'orct lain 1'latcs, ' ; t'o mi ii i to r . I 1 ' i i-:t il and Mutter size. 6 for ....2"c l:' I .ii r- .- sh.it h;ii TP si.,-, ti for line T . I Lev of v. it. , ; t it "'' i' ,l i. v.. i, i n it-, i '' ' .in..- M M 'ii 1 1 " 1 fi for 3:,c ' '' " : ''"'' '' j'l' i ami llivakfast rlze, 6 for -I.V ' ia u iv n it I'lPln r s'ze. G for ..il. ' 1 , I , . ' f , O,,, :, 1 o , . .a. . .1 , . ... M ' " ' p an. I l-iiii.'iis, G (or I.'it ' m '".UK ft. ul lt...v .ill, ..i.;vn,. u, ti,- th ."' S:,",''r!". 8 an, " : 'I . h.'t HI:, I ,., j ' e.wU, small size, each ;M !" : I:, , ,ll. I. i , ! - . . . i,, , , ., . . , I Medium alze . . i a : m "c: -ay H'.it to st I jr- j '" '' b.le ' 'J l.lllll 11,1.1' I j ' ' ! rf.... Hi I : . me i v y Vntt Platters III-I5.20 mill 2.V' I I 'a;' table Dislies . . III. I ."i-L'tl iiml 2,"ic 1 am Pitchers I IK-1 . I.V SANTA PE TRACKS NEARLY HEADY Tom, the Silversmith, ar.d Ella of Ganado, Take Up Quarters In Cli ious Dobe Structures Built By Harvey System, SPRINGER TRANSFER CO. ::!p. rack an.j Stoie i-i"ii:s and Funrtute, Wt , i i a . Milk Slop I'ilchtrs JatH 7."c I n -lom and llow 1 HI. mi i 'iilmeals, 6 lor lite 'mmaaaaaaTtTtttMtaMaa(M.M.Mtu 4 The Indian vllbtp,. on the vacant lot s. nth of the lien- e'hailes lll. l.l Imihl iiik and next ih,. Santa Ke tra. ks has rembed a siiflii ieiit stale of comple tion o allow Klla ulld Tom, llie two chief craltvv urkern of the Harvey cm in room, to move in. They moved In early vmi rdtty and were vesterday husllv ami proudly showing their tie nds arouml their new domicile. This pla. ., vthtth iii to be the per manent home of the Indltns employ- I .-ii in aim aootit Hie ftarva y eurio moms bus hi , n iimler" constrm lion for sum,, weeks, under the personal sup ervision ol Herman Schweitzer, the bowls, 3 for . . 2.1. . man.uo r ol Hie Harvey Indian curio . .l.aiire uiv.e bow loom, ami planned after the am h tit pueblo ixaith. It Is coti.-ei i ueti I ly ar tiste cud pi, t iit'i siiie. 1 : 1 1 .i is ta, .a. aver id the tinet Na vaio blankets in the world, and Tom is probably the best Indian silver smllh In Ho ,-iitire west.; The little ones who hav attrm te, much favor able comment trout iasetii;ei s and quests at the Alvaradu. iTe itbn Very ilevcr In the weitvlnn line, and they Ion, are proud of their new .iiartirs. PORCH, WIMD0W & DOOR SCREENS, WE ALSO SELL ALL KINDS OF MATERIAL FOR SCREEN W0i.K, SUPERIOR LUMBER AND MILL CO. FOR SALE. ritml-liliifv fur 5-nMHii house m a barvalii: evervlblnir prHfllcHllv new, ( nil nt 71 I jt-t silver. A. It. t ollins. BABY CI SLAIN B B ROTHER AT PLAY "Didn't Know It Was Loaded" Only Explanation of Deplor able Iragedy In Old Albu qucrquc, "Didn't tragedy Ahiln Sanchez, know It was loaded" eimu..,l m ti, Town Vest .r.l.i tne eleven year obi .-.mi .., .,ir. ami .virs. i-isio Sanchez, of tun Aiomnteriuie, shot and killed with a .snot kuii his little four vear old sis ter, fal.rlohi. very earlv vesterdav inorninK. jum now me acenient happuied will prooatily neter be known. The little boy, who inadvertently took the llf -r.l V o... oi III? IM-Olllll ll) Oil I' KiSll r WH In.. (lazed fo rhmiiH after the occurrence to tell anythimr about th., MfYiir Tt was Known, However, that the two little oiies were playing around the house who h faces the old chnr. h ,,f an Fell p.. dc Nerl while Mrs. San chez was in the kitchen iircnarinn tin f ,,...; ,. I i. , . ........ . . i.viiin. oi ciii liii, venen sne iiear.1 a shot and turning itiiekly saw her lit tle baby with hi-lf its little forehead blown away by the change from the shot tun. The little one (lid not live vary Ion alter the accident, and before .the physician arrived, lit',, was almost ex tinct, and the doctor could do nothing Mrs. Sanchez Is prostrated f-om the act idi nt ami the husband and father is terribly stricken. P.oth tlie parents are well known in Albuiuerip.ie. Sanchex Is a well to do Kardetier in Old Town, while before her marriage, Mrs. Sanchez watt Miss Nellie MctJulnness, daughter of Wil liam Mcduinness, a well known vet eran of the civil war, who resides In Obi Town. Mr. Sanchez is a member if a well known Valencia county fam ily, he came to Albniiueniue about ten years ago. The funeral will be conducted from the church of San Felipe de Nerl In Old Town this afternoon at 2 o'clock and will be under the direction of Crol'.ett and Waters. Interment will afterwards take place in Santa Har- bara cemetery. Stylish horsea and bug-giea fur nished on short notice by W. L. Trimble & Co.. 11 J North Second street. Phone 3. A TRIBUTE FROM PERSISTENT- THIEF TAKEN BACK TO JOLIET THE DRUMMERS Traveling Man On Behalf of Fraternity Expresses Appre ciation of Character of Late Frank Sturees. Many a tribute has been paid to th sterling, character of the late Frank E. Sturjies. whose death shocked his fellow citizens this week; none is per haps more sine re and siKHiiicunt than the followim.- on behalf of the travel. ns men: Editor Mniiiini; Journal: Frank K. Sturm's is dead. He has taken the hum journey to the realm unknown. On behalf of the traveling mm who for years have made his hotel their home, I attempt to pav a tribute to his memory. What ( (institutes. human creat- ness? Is it the accumulation of Wealth or the livim; of Ions years of life? Mime claim that these are the prime objects of life: but in n View of the life of our friend, we find that he lett to post-Tity one tin at heritage and that is the number of his friends. Were we weary mid worn with the labors of the dav: were we liscmiranoil and dejected by the vicis situdes of our business life. FrnoU I Stutves urceted us with outstretched hand und jjenial smile and b ade us lie f jtiiod cheer. Had I the power of xprossinK my thoughts I would teth er from our language its brightest adjectives, ..xpr.slnr fidelity, worth, and sterlitiR i Intruder, and t would weave them in a (mrland fair ami it h loving heart would lav them on tomb of Frank Stare, ..s. The fra- rnity of commercial travelers has lost a Kood. iinlailinir and faithful friend, ready wit It his unostentatious generosity, a man who let not his risbt hand know what his left hand did and whose unassuming hit? heart ednt ss is a memory that the men of the road will long cherish. i:. J. EVANS. Officer From Illinois Peniten tiary Relieves Bernalillo County Authorities of Troub lesome Prisoner; Thought to Be Kleptomaniac. t'nptain Kane, parole officer ,,i n1( Illinois stjtto penitentiary at Juliet arrived yesterday in ijuest of llarrv linker, a paroled eonviit from tint institution, who is in the county at old Town, and is wanted ha, k at Jplitt for breaking his parole. Can. tain Kane will return with his prison er today. Yesterday aTtrr the arrival of (. parole officer, Maker was taken be. fore Judite Abbott and released on bis ow n n cognizance to return to llcrn- alillo county when wanted to answer i tin lust him in this emm- late been Klviim the some trouble on u, . takiiiu- th,: HOSTESSES Sale, Bazar, Entertainment and Dance This Afternoon and Evening at Odd Fellows' Hall, NEW MEXICO BLIND SCHOOL ATHLETES HAVE AGAIN WON TROPHY the charges ty. He has of county otlicers count of his pent-hunt tor things that beloiiR to others. linker was serving a term or ten years at Johet tor larceny when pa ruled. He then came to New Mexlon ami shortly after he came here lie he ::un stealing again, Retting put in the county Jail in conseiiuence. C'liiituiti Kane the officer who came aft.-i Maker is a veteran penitentiary olficer, and when not out after pa roles, is in charge of the boot and shoe shop in the prison. He has bail many an encounter with bad men in the prison and carries a deep scat across his face as a memento nf a fight with a hot number. Maker, according to Captain Kane, has broken his parole three times and has been released us many times ui'tcr being- detained a year or so. It is thought that he is u kleptomaniac. is a man close to sixty years of He ag, The flood Cheer Club of the U hekaliB will hold a sale of home cook ing and nil sorts of other things, and a bazar, b ginning this afternoon in the new Odd Fellows hall on South Second street. The sale and bazar will be followed in the evening by an en tertainment of a very elaborate and enjoyable nature, followed by a dance, witli ahiimlant and appetizing n ftsl,mctils. The proceeds will go toward the support of the Orphans' Home, and the ladies have made preparations to make it the most bril liant and succcsslul afluir of the kind ever attempted in lodge circles. SUIT TO QUIET TITLE FILED BY E. H.DUNBAR K. H. Punhttr yerday instituted suit In the district court to quiet title to certain lots that he has be come possessed of in the city of Ah huiiieriiie by purchase at tax sales The style of the 'suit is, K. H. Dunbar against Anastaelo tlarcia and all un known persons who may claim an in terest or title adverse to plaintiff In certain described property. The property in (itestion Is lots 1!) and 'JO of block 4 in the llaca addi tion to the City of Alini(tier(iie, ac quired by the said plaintiff by a tax deed from K. Pinney, county treasur er. The petition states that the last known residence of Anastaelo fVirctn was TnnopHh, Nevada. DEATHS AND FUNERALS. Mrs. May DuiiimII. Mrs. May Hamuli, the wife of F.n- Kineer ('. K. Hamuli, died last night at S o'clock rt the family home on Maniuctte avenue, at the age of 80 years. Mrs. Pnrntll was a resident of AI hiiitieriiie only two and a half months coming lure ir. nt Kiincevcste, . n. She leaves In addition to the strick en husband, two sisters, a brother, and a mother In Hoiiecveste. The body will le embalmed and taken back to the old home. Hunk (losctl: (H-hicr Missing. Macon, Mj., June 16. lleputy Hank Commissioner Plank took charge of the Citizms' Blink of Ma con today after the hank fulled to opi n. l.i n Hayncr, the cashier whose ibiughti r was married yesterday, has not been seen by his friends since -hottly after the wedding. The last report to tile state bank ing department showed the band had 1 1 f.S.S 27 in deposits. The New Mexico institute for the blind at Alamogordo has again won athletic honors and will keep the trophy cup won last yiar. News has been received that Al.tjnogordo is winner in the blind girls' contests held in May. The first four institutions, with the number of points credited, are as fol lows: New Mexico in Western Pennsylvania t; Wisconsin South Carolina (not giver.) The points credited to New .Mexico for the several events were as follows: Standing broad jump 5 Standing high Jump 8 L'nseball throw 5 nil-yard egg race 50-yard dash Three-legged race 3'i-yard dash Sack race lielay rice It will be observed that New to was first in eight out of the nine events, failing only in the yard egg race. While the athletic record of this institution has been phenomenal, it has not been a matter of luck, hut tins In en due rather to the following reasons, adduced by the Alamogordo "New s" : Native ability of a high order In the members of the team. lnusual skill, care, and patience on the part of the physical director. A climate which permits outdoor play ami exercise and training during practically the entire year. The returns have not yet been re ceived from the boys' 'field meet, which was held two weeks later. There is every reason to hope for the first honor in the last iiientioin d contest When the returns are in. the Never will piiblisu a complete review of the iihletic process of the institution. Hughe Kstato llcltiw K-timnte. Denver, June lfi. According to former Lieutenant Governor K. H. Harper, inheritance tax commissioner for this district, the estate of the late United States Senator Charles J. Hughes, Jr., will fall far below gen eral expectations. While the prelimi nary estimate lias not yet been made, it appeara probable that the total val ue of the estate will not reach 1,00'),-uoii. Ill Get Hudson s prices on pnperhnng- ULIIJSIFY KOU I.K Airthtck buggy horse, Tom; also harness and buggy. Oak ey Clifford, 401 N. Arnii St. ... 1 j V rrr ... si : lm Curtain total j.; t il ty 1 II Nets MODERN WOODMEN TO HAVE SPLENDID LODGE HOME AT TUCUMCARI The committee appointed to select the site or the Modern Woodmen I building reported at the mt eting Mon day night that tnev had selected rum a number of propositions the Ald- ndge lols facing Second street, one ball block south of the Jones Jewelry corner. This la 6H.x90 feet, and a building; is being planned two stories und basement the full size of the lot, to be of stone or concrete with peb ble dash finish. The present plan Is to have the lodge hall, kitchen, toilets and reading rooms In the second story; the lower story and basement to be used for a swimming pool, and the rending room to be used exclus ively by members and their families If this plan la carried out the Wood men will have one of the most prac tical and commodious lodge homes In the country, and n building which will be a credit to the city. The lodge has now reached the two htindrert mark and Is still growing. Mr. t'og- ilell. the district manager, who has headquarters in this city, is a tireless worker and to him is due great credit for the (xcellent showing of this lodge. The members of the building committee are; I R. ltnge. O. S. I'l-nner, K. Peck, lr. It. F. Herring and A. Falkctiberg. 1 )i finite plana for the Imlhling will be submitted nt the meet Inn of the lodge Monday night. HAHN COAL CO. Cerllloa Stove Gallup Stove Cerrllloa Ijitmp Gallup Lump ruoxi: 01 ANTHRACITE, ALL SIZES. BTEAM COL, n .'i. M.'i' WOOJ' Fmor Wnotl, Oorxl Wood, Native Klndllnf, rrm Urick, nN Claj, Santa Fe Urlck, Common Urtck. Lima You may be critical and fas itidlous when it comes to buy ing figured net for curtains for your living-room, dining-room, pnrlor or bed-room, but we are reasonably certain that we can suit you and at considerable saving too. 1 Fully fifty styles of white. Ivory, ecru and Arabian, i" mission, fillet, squares, stripes ana all-overs, are offered at special prices for the week-end. SEE WINDOW DISPLAY. Hosiery for Children at Less l We have placed on sale one number in tan hosiery, in all the new leather shades. This is our 2fk hose and they are i marked down to 15c for quick moving. FERGUSON ...AND... (MUSTER ALUlytEHQIE'S PIlX GOODS SHOP.