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T THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JUNE27, 19lt. T
H Ml H'tl GEO.W HICKOX COMPANY t NEW MEXICO PIONEER JEWELERS airt, lip.ft re f.tr Santa Fe and Coast Llii-a, 1 lu Wale ft. paJrtn- anl Ijifra Hug. THE ARCH FltOXT IIS S. SECOND ST. CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. to-ca, lUngr. Il'n Furnlahlng Goods, Cutlery, Tools, Iron Pip al-n and lltttmci, I'luniblng, HcaUng. Tin ami oprw-r Work. It W CENTRAL AVE. TELKPHOVK tit MATTHEW'S S. u the standard for absolute purity, a well as delirious Barer. Ia. list ou being tarred with Matthew.' only. PHONE 420.- ASK YOUR GROCER FOR FORT Canned Vegetables and BRAND Fruits THE FINEST AND MOST DELICIOUS ON THE MARKET If you would ! like lo serve nice, jj large QUEEN Olives we can ; supply you with the kind that have fine ji flavor. Fresh supply I to hand-30c per pt. ! Ward's Store;! IlOMEIt II. WAIll), Mgr., ) 513 Marble Ave, liionclMO ', Poll Tax is now delinquent and unless paid legal action will have to be taken for collection, fay at Matson's. WALLACE HESSELDEN General (Contractor. Figure, and workmanship couat Wi s-iMrsntee more for four money than pnjr other contracting (Iriu In Albu querque. Office at the Superior linnlne. Mill. r'hone 177. CI TP We Lost a Custo mer Last Week! HE DIED! The live ones stay with in. Our windows tell you why. There is nothing too good for the people of Al buquerque. i:. L. WASIIS3UKN CO. Albuquerque N. M. . Ill B. linL III W. Oi.ltt. kkr-mmi aea-',a wrnejii jk.wh ICE CREAM I LAUNDRY WHITE WAGONS HENRY GOETZ CAFE Meal of High Quality at LOW riUCEfl Opposite Trimble .... US N. Id Bt Strong Brothers Undertakers and Imbalm-ra. Prompt Service Day or NlfhL Telephoae 71. Raaldenca Krone Blk., Copper and Second la tbe ereet that ra .hoala aot Motive four mornlni paper telephone the POSTAL TKLBURAfU CO. lr in jour name end addreee and the paper will . dallTered bi a epedlal ueueufer. The telephone la No. II, a. RBVT aiu t M. The above reward will be paid (or the arreet and eonrlotloa ot any one oaugbt ateallus ooplee of the Morulug Journal (rom the auur ware of auhanrlliora JOUKNAL, fUBLIgUINQ CO. LOCAL m Of BIEBESI Weather Ki'iuiri, For 1li: twenty-four hours ending nt t! o'clock yesterday nf ternoon: Mn xt in urn ti'iiipcruturc, icj; mini mum, )!, mil);.', 4S; temperature, ill 'I o'clock, s;i; v nt winds; dear. 1 1 trees ,t. Washington, Jifhe 26. New Mexico -Fair Tuesday, Im-til showers ut iillit or Wi'iiiU'Miluy, i-xi'Vit fair in extreme west imrlliin, Ari.iiiui Full' Tuesday und Wednes day. Wi'hl Texas Fair Tuesday and Wednesday except probably showers Tiiisiluy night or Wednesday In ex In mic west portion. Dr. Kchwcnlhor, oMrr-pnlli. phono. 717 i'. I1', spinifi' of ii rimiiiio, Bn nv Vl'Hli '1'ilny In hi city. Mrs. W. V. .McCli'llun mH k"" to Ui'iliindci Hi'iich, r.il., for tin' atiinuiiT inniitliN. Mlna N.llii' J oh list iii rctiiriK't trim liiillnp yiHlrriln..' imimiIiik. 'Hli r fi-w ilaH' vlf.it. lOilK.ir Jiifl'ii linn rrtuninl tioin Ann Arhor, Mlrh., n Ihto he hit hern nt. ll'llltlllK vohool. I'i-h. f. f. KUIIiik nitil It. M. A. lii'iitT. bol It of Ltis Vi-Kits, wi ll' vis Horn lu re j cMi'i-il.ty. Mri, A. Iluvi'iionl mul Mi I'cnrt I Inyi'i loiil of Hi lt-n nr.' si, inllii(( ncv i rnl iliiyn In tltf t lly. lirmial AKiiit K. i. Ki'lmi'iilUiT of I l In- I'm Kir Mtilmil 1 .Iff, in In Simla l'"i' on it liunlnrp trli. Tlo if ill lt' a -f f: ti lit - ini'i'liiiK of ; ilif Wtioiliut n t'ht lo this intiTinnin nt ; nt ( itl.l I'l lltivts' hull. Mis. S. II. Still un,l nun ,,,,n ,,t IiiM nlKht 1 1 it- Sun I'lt-Ko. Ciil., where they will ttpfiitl in niuniliH. Mr. iititl Mm. H. M. :iiii of Crrth Hte. liii'f In ihr tiiv yttiivliiy en route lo thi'lr home from the I'li.-t. WHltMin I hill, .ran, ,i ii-om l ii.-tii iniii- imk t imniet r of .Mexirii. Is in tin t lly Mflllni; hlN .xlslt i', Mr.s. ( i. ,. M.nroii, I'.. P. I hit 'Inn ine, ,, Hi,. , M, v. U o-,i i.niiit hk i in t,r n. ;, i,nt I'lisll ItrkMsl, - i (iin,:iny, is in tin. , j ( A niiii'ii.iKi' l!nn."e wiim issotii jj.jt. t' l ,l.i'. I.. J,,s M h 1.. .Inn, ,, Hmh , Its mill Mils Zt ll.i him o mli ,, ), nvvr, ( 'il... Tliomah Marmn. tin- t . , In, i;in tin' San M ii i nil l.iKlitinn j-i .-ni. In the , llv Mulls; 1,1, ,r,,t!,,.' 1 1. Mai'mii. SPRINGER TRANSFER CO. Muvii, Ship, Pack and Stoic Pianos ami Fumitme. PORCH, WINDOW & DOOR SCREENS, WE ALSO SELL ALL KINDS OF MATERIAL FOR SCREEN WORK. - SUPERIOR LUMBER AND MILL CO: MtvIOIlTMHHIMHHTTHtHmfHfH(HHH(rHl Tet 181 TmL llf French & Lowbcr Funeral Directors and Embalmers Lady AstUtaai COR. STH AVD CETTRAX. Offlr Phone Mt Mus Anita Ihnrnas, Spanish teaeli er In the Pnlver.'ity of New Mexieo, left for points in southern California Bund, iv. L. II. Vullery. general atrctit of thu Colorado Fuel anil Iron company, with heatltjuarters In Kl Paso, Is In tha city on buolneati. C. C. Duwe, New Mexico manager for the Morey Mercantile company of Dniiver, la In the city from lilt home In Trinidad. Thore will bp A regular mretins of thu Order of Owli at the tmual tlint In the Oiltl Kellowf hall. A full at tendance is requested. If. V. lloyer, deputy r.ind president of the Fraternal Urothorhood, was In Alliuquerquo yesterday on a visit of Inspection of the local lodno. Jack Johnson, traveling snlesnian of the, Amorican Lumber company, with headquarter In Kniunn City, In In the city on a business' trip. Mr. and Mrs. Bol I. una have Rone to the Pacific coast, Mr. Luna on a short visit and Mrs. Luna to remain away fur thn iiimner months. It. ( Wilson; wealthy EI Panoan, who It erecting a hie sanitarium In La Cruci-s, spent ye.ite.rday In the city attending to business Interest. Tho Woman's Christian Temperance Union will meet with Mrs. Vaughn this Afternoon at 2:30, the subject of the meeting being "Christian Citl telishlp. Miss Lillian Itesselden, Mifs Char, lotto. Lembks and Charles Lembke left yesterday for Santa Fc to be guests of tho Judge McFle family for a week. Jesus Guevara left last night with his family for lllsbec, Ariz., where he will ake charRo of a new press Installed by n prominent newspopor of that place. Exnolslor LoJkc No. 1. Degree of Honor, will moot In regular scsHlon this afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Mystic Circle, hall. 317 1-2 South See ond street. Walter Allen of the university engi neering department, left yesterday for Santa ltlta where ho will Install an electric plant for tho Chino Cop per company. Armand Mandell, nephew of Mike Manilell and formerly an employe of tho hitter's store Is In the city from Cluvls where he conducts a clothing establishment. (loorgn A. Llpp of linswc.ll, V. Hor rell of Wlllnni, II. K. I'lnn of Carri soso, und W. A, Snvnue of Dulh.irt, Texas, maile uii a party which spent yoaterdny In thu city. The cntit! of Logan Thomplillis, win. has lo answer to u charge of crenttnH a dlsturliiinee was passed ovor by Juilne Craig jeffhrtlay and will be at tended to this morning. . The flic department was culled out fliortly after midnight Inst night to extinguish a mnall fire In the rear of. tho Alitloine. The lire, of small ioiiM'iUfiii'c wan sunn put out with thu chemical. The damage was very slight. C. D. McCarthy of Santa Fc, filed etilt jesttrday against tieurgo W. Hur- rcs of Uallup, for llfiO ttllegod to he due as u result of a thirty day note given by pluiutlfl along In February and remaining unpaid George L. llrooks and Herbert l'rooks aro expected home Thursday of this weok from tho east where they went to attend the wedding ceremony of Mr, Oeorgo llrooks' son, Louis llrooks, formerly of this city. Five, copies of the Long Hetu h, Cal Tvlegrum are being received dally at the public library, for the henefit ot Atbuqnerqueans who ennteinplato a visit to the coast this seaNim or those who may have friends now enjoying themselves nt that popular resort. Judge Abbott 'is engaged yester day utturntnu hcfirlnjt the arguments of counsel In the case of John Mordy ngMiiht the Swastika Land and Sheep company lor a claim held on n chnt itl mortgage for U.ooa. J. :. F.hlcr, the receiver for the company, Is the xlefentlant In the ease, because of hs receivership. K. I.. Medler represent ed the defendant while Nellie K. l'.rew. er represented the plaintiff. The Albuqucriiue lodge of the itrotherhood of Aincriean Yovtnati belt! en Interesting session In the A. (l. V. W. 1 ''1 hist night. A l irge num ber of tuvhers were present ami pr ic tlct'd their rhootlng fu net Ions which l the fume an n business session to laymnn Alter this had been conclud ed, the Ice clfiim and cake session wiip in order and there was plenty of that A genera! good time was had by nil. E. K. KeUrrninn and Con Tooluy ot Utgunii, hftve arrived ut Hint place overland In a new automobile pur etin'cil tn this city nnd will life the machine for the itccommotlatlon of touiistK who wiftli In he taken to Ai'oiiiit, the Kiieliiintctl Menu and the numerous other Indian villages in the I axuiia district. The trip from lu re to Ijiuuii.i with llirrv .lnhiison. who sold the nmchliie. as chatilietir. took liv,, hours running time. Will C. Purnes, who in well known In this illy, having been secretary, of the New Mexleo Cut tin Sanitary Hoard and also during his residence here, connected with the forest service, left hint night for Santa Vo on business. Mr. Harnes r now ronncctcd, on spe cial alignment, with the tariff boinl. and l niiikliiu soinu investigations for the boaid I" New Mexico, California, Armoiui, Nevada. Ctnh, Wyoming, and Coloriiih. of mutters connected with the cost of raising wool nnd pine, nig It on the niurkct. In other words the cunt of production Is to be nrriv- t4 Clear the DeckSale Still GoingOn a. , l Q Have you seen those SILK WAISTS ed at in a sclent if it: Winner. ,Tl!e re port is to he cotrrpletetl by December 16th. Captain Fred Fornuff of tins Mount ed Police, hah returned to Sulita Fe from Tlcrru "Ammilla, v here ho hud been attending coqrt. He reports that (Tops In the Chimin. Valley and tribu taries will bo SreaV thlS year. Fishing I- s'.-p eond. United 8tntes Attorney D. J. Leahy having broken records. Arthur Knacbel, n civil engineer, who has been nt Plnnd. sixty miles northwest from Santa Fe In Sandoval county, arrived esterday to sec his father, Judgo John II. Knacbel, who is seriously 11) at tho sanitarium. Bronson Cutting who Is a friend ot the jurist, sent his nutomoble all the way to Bland to bring Mr. Knacbel here, us It was Impossible to commun icate with him by mall or wire. Mr. Knaobel, however, heard of his fath er' Illness In a newspaper and left Friday for Santa Fe. Santa Fo New Mexican. Tnke your meals nt the V. W. C. A. Centrally lot ah d, cool dining rooms and tho best men la In the city, ladies and gentlemen. NOTICE, This it the last .mouth In which to IWT jour t before penally is added, delinquent r:id tax Is also pa i able hi thin office, Plnney. uensurer und cx-offirlo collector. Boiler Engine and Drilling Apparatus for Sunset Mining and Smelting Company Pur chased. ... J. p.. Coofl ft Mils fiyr. treasurer ot the Sunset Mining Pmelting com pany, operating in North Hell canyon, .Miinzano mountains, yesterday re- celvnd n telegrnnf dated St. Loins from W. I Sl.iley, president of the company, who has been east for sev erul weeks raising additional money to finance the coinpuny's oiieratlons snd arr.inBiiiK for the purchase of $3i95 ? ILL MACHII.ERY IS ARRANGED FOR machinery. The wire says the ma-Tupper to opera t? houses of prostitu chlni ry has all been arrHiigctl for ami ; "on during the (5111 administration, holler, engine, drilling tippur itus nnd w-n begun today before Superior other pariipheriiali-i wil be shipped at Judge John T. Ronald. In the first once. It will l(. Installed Immediate- trial, the prosecuting utlol'uc) was lyl upon dclu ry ami the i iiiiiimny permitted to n.sk the pro pectlve Jur will proceed with tho di mining or8 If they would return a verdict operations, which have long been con- sgulust Wappenstcln on the unsup tomplatod. , ported evidence of t'Serald nnd Tapper .J Today the court sustninrd nn objection Ouslltv lee Cream sh'Mihl have lo this question. body and miIMhihi and be us refresh- lag us water Ice for these hot Uas. Matbcw's. The bent saddle tiorsca to be had In the city are at W. U Trimble lit North Sectind street? phone 3. , Try a Morning Journal Want Ad BQOSTEHSBH TO MEETING OF IT FIRST SESSION HELD UNDER NEW LEADERSHIP New Scheme for Railroad Pro motion and Other Things to Come Before Gathering Call ed for This Evening, The first regular meeting of the Commercial club since the election of President Simon Stern and the rest of the new corps of officers will be held this evening at 8 o'clock in the club building, and every citizen whether a club member or not, who wants to help push alone; the interests of his home town is urged to be pres ent. If you are not a member, it Is high time you were joining and to start off the. new regime right there ought to be a good, big enthusiastic outpouring tonight. It is the Klea of th new adminis tration to make the proposed railroad to Fnrmlngton the main object of club activity this year, although oth er things almost as Important are not to be neglected. A new- plan to get immediately busy on the trail o'f the railroad has been evolved and It Is ex. ported that there will be something actively occurltig on this proposition in a very short time. i The hot . weather man had the laugh oh you yesterday. 1 Give an Ico Crenm order to MhiIh-w's and laugt nt him todiy. 23 NEW MEMBERS OF . DEMING ADELPHI CLUB GAINED DURING YEAR The mutual meeting of the Adel phi club of Dcmjng, held at the club rooms on Friday evening disclosed the I fact Hint President John O. Molr and his fellow officers had been doing things, to .build up and greatly' strengthen the organization, says a Doming paper. Sniretary II. J, Wlllinms has been working overtime 'for the past few months and brought in a report that sounded 'exceedingly . good to the members, the net result being a gain of -twenty-three members during the year. . liecniise of the severe, illness, of Dr. Mnir nnd his consequent inabil ity to attend, the meeting ' wan culled to order and presided over by Chair man Corbet t of the executive commit tee. The report of Secretary II. J. WlUhims disclosed th(, fact that the dub hug 67 active' members, twelve nt,n-rcHiilent anil eleven tourist, total of 0, as against U7 a year ugo. Vpon motion the chair appointed A. J. Clark, A. W. Pollard and C. J Laughren, a committee on nomina tions,, with the result that tho follow ing list of officers was recommended and unanimously elected by the club: President, John Corbett; vice presi dent, J. L. Brown; secretary, H. J. Williams; treasurer. Arthur C. KhI thel: steward. Albert Fhid; executive committee, C. J. Kelly; H. II. Kelly, Oeo. W. Leffler. V. K. Holt nnd H. C. Bush, Stylish horses and buggies fur nished on ahort notice by W. L Trimble & Co., 118 North Second Btreot. Phone 3. MOTHER OF FRENCH PRETENDER IS DEAD Turin, June 25. Princess Clothidlo. widow' of 1'rlncc Napoleon Uonaparte, who was nicknamod "Plon-Plon" on account of supposed cowardice in the Crimean war, tiled here today. She was an uunt of King Victor F.mmunu el. ller sister-in-law. Dowager Queen Mnrghcrlte of Italy and Iit children. Itiiiutllug pretender Prince Kminanuc Napoleon were present at the time of her dentil. . Mo have Just rfcwvctl n maiiulnc tiirer' sample lino of Indies' whlt shlrt wnKtu. Tw-cnty different styles mid iiuiloiiuls all of tlic very latent IMitterns. Wo are g'dnp to sell tliein ut prices that they won It I usiutllycost at wholesale Till'. I.7,E. 211 South First Street. All that the ages have taught a'm nt the making of lee cream we know, also v few secrt;tn t.f tmr own, Mathew's. . DEPOSED SEATTLE POLICE " CHIEF AGAIN ON TRIAL ' S. atCt, Wash., .hint 16. Tlje sc oml trlu! oi fnrnn r Chief of Police Charles V. Wappensteln, Indicted on a charge of ccccpting a bribe for per mitting t'lnrcuio tif raid and Gideon niGf Corrlllos Iiump HAHM iTiAI ffi CertUoi Store Gallup Lump ,, llrtllll LUHL t-Ue . Gallup Slov I'lIONE tl AVTniUCtTE, ALL SIZES, STEAM COAL. - Coke, Mill VmxL Factory Wood, Cord Wood. Native Kindling, rire Brick, Fir Clay, Santa Fe Brick. Coiumoa Brick, Lime. M y v t 9 YOU may look on or play the game; in any case ? y y JaW you want to the part. - If you're in Hart Schaffner & Marx ? t V clothes, you know y The light all-wool TO t y t ? ? player or spectator. Suits $18.00 and more. t t t SIMON THE CENTRAL This store Is tho home of Hart T YET SET FOR District Attorney Will Notify Attorneys When to Appear; Night Marshal Denies Using Strong Language, Contrary to report, the Injunction being sued out by Kittle Hitter, alias Hazel We.lls, ug:tlnst the city of Al buquerque, Thomas Me.Mtllin, mar shal, Mayor F.hler und the aldermen, w'as not argued before Judge Abbott yesterday morning. This is the case wherein the plain tiff, a resident of the segregated dis trict of Third ttrcet seeks to have the district court restrain the city council and the employes of the city, from carrying but tho order of the city council to abolish the district on July 1st. Yesterday morning Judge Abbott turned the matter of a date for tho hearing over to District Clerk Madi son, who will notify the attorneys In Hie caso when to present themselves for the argument. City Attorney H. J. Collins will rep resent the city, while W C. lleacock Is representing the plulnliff. Kittle lilt tor. Night Marshal OGrsdy when told of the statements against him In the petition smiled his rich Irish smile and said: "That's funny. I never talked to the woman at all, Besides nho''s so deaf she could hardly- hear me If I did." I Coniiwrcp Commission Order. Washington, June 20. It w is or dered by the Interstate commerce commission today that where . u through rati: Is In excess of the ag gregate ot intermediate rates, the currier may, without application to tho commission, correct the through rste by reducing such rate to equal the sum of the intermediate rates, al though such reduction may have the effect of Increasing the discrimina tion against Intermediate points. 1 - -IUx Hoard 11 Indicted. New York, June 26. An Indictment formulated under the criminal provis ion ot the "Sherman law, drawn by riiltud States District Attorney Henry A. Wise, was returned today by the federal grand Jury ugulnst the "Last- ern Lit x lionril etui), nuegeu i the successor of the "dissolved' Fibre und ManiU association. DEATHS AND FUNERALS. Vincent J'aul Vail, a young student for the Catholic priesthood, but 21 years of age, died nt 614 South Wal ter street Sunday morning. Tho young man who came to Albvquerque but a few weeks back in search of health. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FUR BALK A very line saddle pony. Will drive. Cheap If taken at once. Call afternoons, this office. L. T. Crumet Full SALK Furniture for a ti-ioom house, range, fefrlgcrntor, dressers, reciters, t inlng table, sewing machine, etc. 515 South High. Cull morning er phone 1222. ... If yon need a enrrx-nter. telephone lleseeldoiil phone 877. If you want a plumber call up 82. REDLEGHT CASE i HEARING V y Y be dressed for X y ? y T y y r you're well clothed. fabrics are ideal for y f ? t ? ? t .? y ? ? J ? ? Y STERN, AVENUE CLOTHIER, Kclmffucr and .Marx Clothes. had studied harder than his consti tution would allow In h!s preparatory studies at St. Mary's Seminary in Dayton, O. His sister. Miss Lillian A. Vail, und an, uncle, Thomas Moore, were with him when he died. He leave also his parents, 1ir. and Mrs. Ed mund G. Vull, of 7012 Union avenue. Cleveland, O., two sisters, Catherine and Lorctto, and a brother Edward, i The body, accompanied by the rel atives, who had watched over him, was taken back to Cleveland - lust night. CAILLAUX ASKS TIME TO FORM MINISTRY Paris. June 26. M. Caillaux, min ister of finuiiee in tho MonUj cabinet, who was requested by President Fdl llorcs to form a new ministry, an nounced tonight, uftcr advising with his friends, that he would ie unable to give a definite answer to thu pnsl dent before tt morrow. At the earn' time ho has made progress toward the organization of ;i strong combination. 1 . Hosiery If you enjoy thin hosiery, as good form dictates, you should then buy "Gordon" gauze hosi ery, that supplies every degree of thinness immnglnable and wears in a manner that will sur priso you. And with all those advantage! tho prices are as low and reas onable as tho unsatisfactory sort. Knit Underwear "Forest Mills" Is a name un der which any woman can buy any underwear she wants with absolute safety. The fabric is a (inc, neat, clastic material, fit ting the figure closely. Tou can always exactly duplicate any garment you have liked by ask ing for H by the number. With "Forest Mills" for your guide you can get the best underwear for tho price that can be bought at any price that you wish to pay. -. a FERGUSON ...AND... , COLLISTER ' Albuquerque's ' . Dry Goods Shop. , .