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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 16, 1911.:
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Take VVattei son Ad ice to!
Leae Liquor question Alone;
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Journal Want Ads Get Results.
' READ THIS BOOKLET.
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let Ulllng hoiv lo lake care of alolj
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Carriage and Wagon Repairs
The repair question is an important one to vehicle own
ers living in this dry climate. It is unusually important
that well seasoned materials go into all work. We guar
antee such materials in all our repairs. Our SHOEING
is in the hands ol experts, the class of workmen to which
you may not fear to trust your valuable horses.
Albuquerque Carriage Co.,
I llttl- AMI
0 GROSS, KELLY & CO.
f " ' fliaria.ratsj)
Wholesale Merchants.7and Deal
ers in Hides, Wool and Pelts
Nt)a Dlnktt Plio Not. Haunt Chill, potatoaa nd Othar Na-
Ut Troduru
oUM at Im I-aa Vf a. N. VI.; Atnuquaraua. N. M ; TcucarV
H. M i Tcm. K. U.; Uia. N. and Trlntda'd. Cola
JURORS FOR TERJV!
WILL BE DflAWN
ON SATURDAY
RDSY DAY YFSTEHDAY N
! DISTRICT CLERK'S OFFICE
jSoutl.v. ostein B.rery, Rubber
i Com Dafiy, Consolidated
Liquor Company and Others,
File Silts frLarAe Amounts.!
Th.' lrmiliii
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to
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POPE PIUS' CONDITION
SHOWS IMPROVEMENT
Home. Atu 1.'.. -The k. i.. ra ,
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Mis sti, ii'ih in, r. e )ti I e in. i . ,..,' i
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alaliu. ,1 Hi.. t.,r. has almost ,;
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at ai. ..ui m.
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II ills I,. Ilo.. n, llitholit f.-elllitf in- I
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Tl.ll U.
STORE OPEN UNTIL 10
O'CLOCK TONIGHT
HEAR!
HEAR!
Tell It at Home
Great
BIG
S.AI jF,
Dry Goods,
Sh
an
Mens
Clothi
Th.
Golden Rul
Dry Goods
Company
STORE OPEN UNTIL '10
O'CLOCK. TONIGHT
Values
oes
hi
Boys'
mg
Ti AVIATORS FALL
TO DEATH FROM
FRAIL CRAFT
AT CHICAGO
I "in inintl fn.ni !,.
tlircucii
mena
'hoiif.
nrnl fi
iioiiutes. untie i.ailuer was t.n his way
lo hospital, attention a rul liitrr.-i
!i ,,d r- i. rt. J to the men still fhiiijC.
Through his f .icmlshi;) for " T.
Strir.i!. f-ailn.r mot Tafitain Tti.un.K
I l'.al.liii. He la.uj;ht an aeroplane
o itnijit ami reteive.l his flying le.--fur.s
at Mineola. X. V. iti June 1 ".
h.- mail, a sue easful flight am)
' vrante.l a pilol'g licenst-.
I'aplain Cal.ln in. after the acciilen
a iilo (r. iv a his machines from th
ru. t.
I'-aiker mother died rr-cently ai.-l
.so l.tr a is known, his stepfather. Mr
i.o. ttmaii. is lila. only survivor.
Johnstone's accident as ' a.
. . r-lui lo expert aviator to a siim
Jar misuapft ted flow in the media ,-
' ism "f his moiinpliine. Just w hal it
: ; proluiMy never will 1 known
the etii;i:ie is in the lake.
Jolitistone's actual fal! was witness
ed l.y his .uiuiig wile, a!ihuuiii it
iias not until a half hour later that
she was informed of his death.
! As the monoplane faltered in mi.l
, airii lin n i rashed downward to the
, surra, e of the lake, the conn aw
i tor's nil--. ho had been followinij hi.s
i fithl ilosely. itrnspe'd a mechanic
arm ami ei latmed tn fear: "Oh. nil!
t'ltv. lies tailing. My hov will ue
' kill, d."
j for some minutes Mrs. Johnsk-m
' pi. jiie.l to he allowed to cross the fK-l I
ami k out to the lake wluro li-r
, htisl and s machine had 'dunned. Thci
.a tn.cliaiiie rushed up to th- jtroun
and assured Mrs, Johnstone that I'.oi"
Jhushand had been drawn out of '.he
i lake unharmed, that a l..at was hriiii;-
Sjin him ashore and that he would join
11 h.-r at :i hotel imiiiediaiely.
! K.-assiir. d
w hh h had be.
by this Inform itio.i.
n ilelibelatelv invented.
she Hint back to her hotel, and htirri-
Hl!y laid out dry apparel for her lui
hand. For ball an hour more ah'
waited, then a member of the John--ton.-
family took her word of lUa
i aviator's death.
j The vouiiir wife was prostrated. i
i Twenty minutes before the break in I
tile aeroplanes warping gtraud, the :ir-
' c 1.1. i.t that s. nt youiiK Johnstone ra
it, .-111111; into th,. lake, hi.s father, Ur. '
Stuart J' hiiston,. and Mrs. Johnstone,
ttootl in front of the .Moisant hang.il
! with St. 1'roix s wife, watching ' th
1 1 tui 1 1 s aviator.
I tie hi'd started from the field at
. 3:15 o'clock ami hud sufficient petrol
1 to keip him in the air until 6:30s n.
ill!. ,
I Finally an emiasiement in mind, Dr.
'Johnstone turned to c an 1
daiiL-ht. r-in-law and remarked:
"Well. I must be noin."
j "' ill, limit no yet.'' i horused Mrss
I .Johnstone ami tin- aiiator's wile. -St.
jt'raix will I... .low ln a few minutes."
i "No, 1 must rii." rejained the duo
tor. ' ' It does not look as thouijlt St. Croix
; would lose his life todav; he seems tn
, he th in too smoothly for any misha;.
lies been up two hours now."
j Less than twenty minutes later th
i warping strand in the Moisant broke.
; the M ini: of the machine crumpled and
I the niaehine hurled into the lake.
I hike I'aoa.r, Johnston,- flew as .in
I amateur. His lather. lr. Stua.-l
I Johnstone, a piacticini; pliysicla .1,
! h.-r.-. however, had refused to hue
jhim an aearoplane. Jnhnstone, nhi
w as 2d years old and ambitious Mai t
el to tmild one, ami went to France,
j where he entered th.- Hrexev sc hool
..f aviation. He then went lo th.;
lllerh t school ami learned to fly.
Then Johnstone, the father, sixain
refused him an aeroplane and this de
nial, found todav in a letter written
by the father to his son almost a year
ao. seemed to foretell the fatal acci
dent. '.M-' cons. it me m l not mrmit nip
t. contribute to your certain dca'.h
by provl.llnir you with a llyini; inn
. nine,'- wrot,. Iir. Johnstone. "1 can't
buy vui one, St. t'roix."
After learnim; to flv In Franco.
Johnstone Mint to Havana where he
wa the first to flv over the city. He
uainetl a record when he was the first
to flv arnund the wreck of the bat
tleship .Maine. Ileturnin to the
t lilted Ktates, lite in the spilim. ho
ws iinmedlntelv etmaiied by Alfred
Moisant and tin.! since been n ' the
roiip of I-reti. h aviators.
After his return from Havana.
Johnston established one American
re-ord. Purine n thins exhibition at
Mtneola. Aimust 5. be remained in th
air four hours, ie n imite and 51
seconds.
Ib-achev whs the Individual in the
speed el cuts of the fourth day of the
International Aviation meet today. He
made the fastest trip around the mile
and third lap an, but f,.r a foul,
would have won the two chief
events.
In the speed loiit.-st f,,r biplanes.
Ilea, hey and Mvl'ur.li n,,,,u- the Dual
lap in a neck and m-i k dash. The two
machines were almost within reach
of each other when lieaehev drew'
ahead mil rounded the sou-h pylons.
He was pena.lz.eil by th.. contest com
mittee and made to drive an extra
lap on a chnriie that he had fouled
th- pilous He c,.m,,l,,,, th,. ,,, ,a)ls
In t:. minutes: Ins s..,nd us
a-iiinat .Mi-i-urdv's 14 minutes; 4 1 sec
onds for lime laps, a protest was til
ed niitiinst the penalty,
Kearney '"'k the passenger carry
ing contest easily, a ,i,,zi.n other con
testants dropping out alter his per
formance ol th,. f.rt heat.
J. (liit.l) ars probably will b
out ..f the meet f,,r ,u. r,.t (lf ,h(.
Week. He receile, riKle reminder
oi a:i aeci.ient at r.rie, J'a., u
which
ne was nearly kill
n mon.t. n....
i jo iiie.i i.ne ii alter th
pening of
the met to lai
1'lltl- ah. .riff ....
... ....... 1.1. .... " Ul"
.o in n n:s i-aiuiiiri ma, hin.
on a
jlinsnieni oi'lauoil In th
promoters
ol the l-.rle nu . I. on tli
th had lost J in,, j,,
uround that
Mats' failure
to coiiipl.le h
fall.
"Iltt act nft-r t1(.
Co-Ill P.liUe In .
Pitt-b.irvt. Pa.. A. 15.A fi.f. la
the business j... tn.n , . , Uy
lllght caused t, explosj.,,, ,.f ,u
nionla lai-k. in the rear .,r iare(1 Kr.
. erv .sl.iblishin.nt .abeil the axailub'
fire fithting apparatus and for tun",
the blur.- was ,,.,.st ihr. at. nun.' It
was finally sul.,lu,-.l after doing dam-
estimated at Mm Twelve per.
son were hurt by f)r ,l.-i,ri.
Journal Want Ads, Get Results,
LIVELY CLASH OVER
CONTROLER M
Democrats Charged With Al
lowing President's Name to
Be Besmirched Without Op
portunity of Vindication.
( Hi Morniaf wura.il SerUI Las4 W ira.
Washington. Auc. K. Hcpuhlicans
charged in the house that the demo
cratic members of the Interior De
partment F.xpenditure committee, af
ter allowing tile administration and
the name of president T: ft to He r---iie,
te-l upon by "hysterical ptibliciti
of scandalous and scurrilous," reports
in lonnection with the Controller lta
affair, had dropped the investigation
to prevent the real truth from becom
iiiK known.
Representative Graham of Illinois
ami ile.ircsentative Kerns, of Okla
homa democrats of the committee.
,b nouncini; these charues us untrue
declared the committee proposed to
prosecute the inquiry until all obtain
able fads are brought out.
.Mr. ilraham, who is chairman of
the committee, intimated that the
democratic members of the porvimit-t.-e
are not by any" means satisfied
l:i; t President Tatt did not err w her.
he permitted Richarjl Ityan, of New
York to secure the wsMer front tract
on Controller Kay. He said it wai
known the president erred, when he
"sacrificed" Louis 1!. Gluvis in the
Ilallinmr-Pinchot controversy and
that it was entirely possible he had
erred tuain. He milled, however, that
the democrats on the committee had
too much respect for the pl'esiet lit to
make the attack on him the republi
cans cluimed had been made.
The discussion mded without anv
in lion. Mr. Craiiam nav e notice that
he later would move to table a reso.
lutinn, introduced by Representative
Humphrey of Washington, to dis
charge the liranam committee from
USE THIS BANK
IN DEALING WITH Fl It MS
UK 1NDI VIIM'ALS AT A DIS
TANCE. TDK KF.ST KKFF.lt
KNCK V(F CAN HAVK IS
TH K HANK WHERE YOL" DO
lU't-lNKSS.
Most biii busines-s concerns
have the bank directory, and,
ns our bank is listed therein,
we daily receive inquiries from
out of town requesting- infor
mation regarding individuals or
fin.is.
. We are always glad to act
AS A REFERENCE
in this way. If you are finan
cially responsible unj have
been fair and honest in your
ileaimns. you can be sure we
will give you a Hood 'send-off."
Many a man has found out
tilts C his success has depended
jM'ently on what his banker
could say about him.
It v.ill pay you to become
a regular customer of
The Bank of Commerce,
Albuquerque, X. 31.
Capital ami surplus $200.01)0.00
lcHH-lts over $ I .liOO.OOO.OO
THE
SIMPLE OIL ENGINE
Ue Distillate or Keroen.
No Carburetor, no spark plugs.
No batteries, no trouble.
Sea one operate at 107 Gold avenue.
For particular and price address.
IMIE SIMPLE OIL ENGINE CO., OP
NEW MEXICO.
Rooms 85-36 Barnett Block.
Albuquerque.
iUIRY
J - &i 1
St Vinecnt's Academy
ALKVQlEIiyiE, X. M.
27th Scholastic Year Begins September 5th, 1911.
Harmonious development of the moral, Intellectual ei.'J physical
qualities is the standard of this well-known Institution
Young ladies prepared for any sphere in life.
Home nnd educational advantages excellent,
Experiened faculty.
Beautiful and Healthy location.
DEPARTMENTS: Primary, Preparatory, Academic.
Thorough courses In Muw, China Painting and Elocution.
The Model School for YOUng Ladles.
For 1911 catalog address.
SISTERS OF CHARITY,
Sr. Directress
Oak and Maple Polished Flooring
v Builders Supplies
Albuquerque Lumber Co., 423 N. 1st St
i..is:.i-n.t!. n ..f t';. matt, r
I'imu it hv a si... .:. coi n,;,.";.'
The storm i.r.-w sin, r t;-,.. ,.
nil!-; .-f the illMsti'-atloil. ;,r. ,"'
inil.' c.tti m .-! the lam. .Us - p . v
Do k" I. Iter. I,r..i.e in the hni;.r,i
Chairiii'in Graham ak.d fr , na-"f'
cos . -intent t speak on th- Ifj.T!?"
-, v resolution and on ; nv, ;
t.-'ial li-ised on the rt ...-.ti,,V ' ' "
The debate. t.-N-nim; njti, !('
'.ination t-v Mr. Urafccm t, .',
.I.U.V WIS d ie t,. Ia k ,' r.,or,l,
other business before the .or,,,!"."'
and a .1. ctursiion that the c..rl',i,'',"
l.-e's Inquiry u.mld be thor.,.h
allv wound up w ith an a.-r n iiii
t-x-hanse between repubii- a,, j" '!"ttJ
demoirats. "
t aliforuia I orc-i .ba
rviiersitiie , . hi., Aliir. i- t-.
i.-f
-i-ser'-e on ine .--ari Jaeitit,, ,
!'t till-. it-n to deiast,,.,
. r ; .-.I and destroy sum. a.
st
'':!'iiir,s
tin- ...
r r.-.
in Ih. t ngion. Ihr.e huml-..i
are liithtini: t!ie flam, s :in,i s, , "
" - 1 ' I es a ...
tieing rusneu to tn,- sen..
orpheum from ity Aird ,
nisht. r u"
Auction Sale
New, Modern Residence to Be
Sold for What It Will Bring.
V bn Wedmsday. August 1 r. -1, a( -,.
South Waiter street, at 4 p. m' i
sa il at public auction a foar-ro
Pi'iic'iically new brick house , .'
. iiiuiiirn
goo.j stone foundation, front pun-n
ait-etuiiK j . . . i 'ii in rear, with c " , nlu
ings; b't .,0x14 2. Tl. .om. ; .T.
iloes not live here, has ,..i...' i
,, ... " 1 eu me
to sell, which means that it will ,
to the highest tidder. There is ,,.
.l.llii mortgage against It that can W
carried. Kented now for Jiu.-a
nvonth. Chance to buy a n-Kv ' ,u.i.
located home cheap.
J. M. SOLLIE, Auctioneer. '
TAKING THINGS COOLY
is essential to both health and haiipl-
tICSo tills WtaUl!. Keep 113 COOl as
Cou can on the broad question it is
a vital otic in every family. Ours Is
pure, sweet, wholesome and nutri
tious, because we use none but Hie
best lour and have the best system
of baking. Oood for young anJ old,
und nuurishinK for both.
PIONEER BAKERY
207 South First Street
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Send your soiled clothes to
The Duke City Cleaners,
220 V. GOLD AYE.,
The most up-to-date cleaning
plant ln New Mexico.
Outside Order Solicited.
W. A. GOFF
CARPET CLEANING
Phone 568
205 E. Central Ave.
fllWflFnEiiCH FEHILE
L1.I.PILLS.
t rt.t Hi,; (tr St rri.t. Miit-nKrit
nrvm Known to rut.
l. tqn l.tjitat teri ,.r .,. Rrii.4H. f--c ffW-
fTfinW pr( tx. W .11 wiM them om iriil.WV
hB SimRri ,'irr. If yur ilfs!4eiit d-fl. -bftvt
ike tn wad .tout e-ftl-ri 10 tie
UNITCD WCDICAL CO.. aoi T. (..cs't
Soldln Albujucraut bv The J. H. O'RtilhO.
THE WM. FARR COMPANY
Wholesale end retail dealers in Fred
and Salt Meats Sausages a specialtf.
For cattle and hogs the biggest market
prices are paid.

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