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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORMNT. JOURNAL, THURSDAY, AUGUST 31. 1911.
CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. SioT-s Hanses Ilouae rttrnlsldnc fo"H Cnlfe-ry. Tla, Iron I'lpe, Val.r- ami lltlinr- I'lumliiii;;. Il.siilns. Tlu and topper irlt. sin n. n ir:i. r. iKi.i.riioM: su. MATTHEW'S .StS lilt 1 1 I . r J ("i absolute ii,ty. as well m Insist on being n rvri ith Matthew' I'MONK. CHARLES ILFELD CO. Wholesalers of Everything LAS VEGAS ALBUQUERQUE SANTA ROSA Kidney Beans ii Baked bv Heinz ii They arc delicious and appetizing as a complete luncheon dish or as an entire, and constitute a pleasing change from the conventional baked bean, Try them, Only 15 cents per can, Ward's Store 1 IIOMKIt IL WAIID. Mfr. lit Marble Ave. I'boiwStM i POSTOFFICE PHARMACY Corner 4 1 It St. & Ut,U Ave. Plum, 133 , A new atore In a ntw lute. A Mm plete line of droits, sundries, clffsr Mllil toilet articles. fcpot'lul attention Riven to PrfnTlpllons. r.U.JU-'-.J.- L..... 1 " " 0. K. Transfer Company, A general tr.nrr builnaaa conducted. Phone. 438. PATTY A MCailiS, Prop. WALLACE HESSELDEN t.eiMint t'oiilrnetoi. Mnurea and wot kmtinshlp count. Wo Himrantea nuno for your money than .unr other ciiiiiriiriiiin firm In Albu 'ijiirtpi Office at the Hupnrlor Plan 'it Mill. Phone 377. STEIN BLOCIK SMART CL0TIU5 . Discriminating dressers look be yond the fit and color of the suit they buy. They look to the maker Stein-Bloch the guarantee that quality, style and prices are right. Suits from $20.00 to $40.00. LIUasbburnCo. ' ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. , 121 Kvlid W. lit W. ViolJ z 1 ICE CREAM I dell, ium only (tutor. 42i. LAUNDRY WHITE WAGONS Strong Brothers rndcrtakcrs anil lOinlwlmer. Prompt Service Pay or NlKht. Telephone 75. Itesldence 10$. Niroiitf lllk., Copper and Snd. I tht vDt that J thnilld Bol i'.h jruur niornlat Ptr tl ohon Ilia TOKTAL TKI.itDnAFM l plvtnf j.iiir nam anil aililrxa aad I In liapor will b dllrr4 f iii'ia ro'awnaar. Ilia tala iDDa la No. Ill-Howard !. Tht aiiova rawsri) will It paid fur Ilia aritat and euaTlniloB nf anruii rauint aiMlInc aiplaa of I ha Morning- Journal from tha duurwaya nt fuiiaorllMtra- JUUIlNAL I'UUUHHINll CO. LOCAL NEWS Of INTEREST Wrallw IUM,rt. For lb lwiity-four hour cndlnf at o'clock yeaturduy afternoon: Mailimnn tpmpcraUirc, VI; mlnl muin, 7; riuiBi of tcmpM-ntum, K4; loiiiprxartiiro ut fi p. in., 7 ll; no.'Ui rNt inIihIn; wciillicr, cliuir. I'lirrcuHt. VaNliliiMton, Auk. 30. Forpoaat: N'ew Mexico, Arlmiin nnj wort Tciihb, Rnrnlly rmr Thnnular and FiMay; llttlp chitntto In tpinprrntttrp. Mr. iiml Mi's. .1. V. I.ulliy rclumoil yi'Hlcnliiy from l.oi Ann'McH, I'lillf. Joe lliilzninn, mnrchnnt nt t'nronn. in n IiiikIiickn vl Mlor In tlio clly. W, II. Spiicktnllll of Sun Acnrln, N. M., wiui minim; tut' iiniviilM ycMi, ril.iy. 1I . M Julio K'ihi I HmIiich of llulnffi, I in Alliiuiicriiic fur u lew day. Mih. .Inliii H.iri,ul;itle ami dniinliti rn arc ('Viicfli'il in nir rrmn I.hm Atii.'clcn tl'llioll mv. W. .1. I'ucit mill .IkIiii itivkiiiNky tir rlvnl .MHlcnliiy lioin Illicit to npi'iid ii lew ilnyn. k. i:. Porrtiiii of the riuicnix Five ItiHiirnuci' cunipuiiy Is u IhimIiichk vll lor In llic clly. .1. K. Nichols', H ihc Al i Ml ii t nl it si.id'i Tcicpimn,. conipuny fpent ycf li nlav In Hi i n.ilillo. Mm. 'I'. I'. Tillc of iiiilltip is In tht i 1 1 v m.iMlit :i visit with her nmllipr, Mi. K. . IMniicj. I.. I,. Oillc, In the ko crniiicnt W'f vice III (illllllp, "'. M., In HpOtllllllK II V il l 1 H III ll, 1 II . I'll .-.ill. Ill J. M. limey nt tile New Mexico H;t I' llNWlcllltlnll Iciivch till nmriiliiu for ('liii .nto. T. I'", Kenclley ol the AinerUnn Tnhiiei o i nnHKinv. Ik In Hie city from ills home in l.m Vi c.uh. I. T. While, a well know it titer, rliiiiiillt.e hrokiT of III I'.twi, Ih III Al lunpii tiiie on imsinc-iM. Mile. ii II ol III I'HHii, one of the piniici r ill UK ill titnniei of the mhiIIi woNt, In III the cltv on hunlnen. Mrs. (i. A, Maloii unit two chllilrcn rciiinieii ycsiciiUiv ailcniooii tioni u yaciitinti Hpelit ill Loiik Itcadt, I'al. Mini Irene Johnston ol I.o AtU'.fle". Cullf., Ih the Ktiest ot h r ulster, Mrw. Frcil MclJKci'. ::iT N. Walter street. T. II. Cation h it eHtcntay lor Ills luiine In .Smt i I'e alter iitloiHlint; llic Stall' II. ir itssi i lat ion luciiliii; In this lit.V. A m.uil.ii'e lli'ciise wan Kranled yo. tctiliy aiteim on liy Prnhnto t'lerk Wulkei to All'leil.i Al'oilaia Htul Te ri S.'iin lie?. II. O. Hnviler, l.iiini ily iiKcnt of the Mutual l.lie Itc-m-aiice coinpaiiy here. SPRINGER TRANSFER CO. Move, Ship, Pack and Store Pianos and Furniture. PORCH, WINDOW AND DOOR SCREENS. WE ALSO SELL ALL KINDS OF MATERIAL FOR SCREEN WORK. SUPERIOR LUMBER AND MILL CO. tVrrllltw Irfimn UIUU rf ti.llup Lump llAIIll WrtL VI. GaUup Suit AMUKAt hi; am. suns, kikam tt)u (oUe, Mill hh. I'ttttttry Wtt.Nl, t'ortl Wisxl, Native Kliiilllnsr. Tire llrlck. l ire flay, Santu IV Brit k, I'omlima Brkk, .Ut Bible Emporium'? It would hardly If possP.de fiir (f:r to Ih II ti find lh" ki". I of t tI they art- look.n; l"r in our a'Mvirtmsnt ol Bible and Testa ments. Over f;ttv n.tiiliin in i7 and styles (if binding offer t.retl F.rvo,i,i fun lit" suited. frmii the iiiIUt child up. j A lar- UKSortmriit of India j paper Bible In .Minion. Jasper i Plat k Face, Ionic, "ti'l Small Plea. T.p. v. it t i.r Mithnut the helps. K Letter HlHl All Plbl.'S Ull'l Testament Several stile ot j billdllllt. The n.s'nrlnii-nt H sutfi. b ully j larne that vim ciin Id -my " I Varieties with or without lode. If you nre Mini t aallsly, I come In. We tun r-'iit o. Strong's Book Store la In llip city from I'm lilo, ia now totaled. W. M. McCoy, the well known iner- cnntlli' man "I Mulinlainuir. iiiid mpc rt lury of the New .Mexico Chautauqua asaoclatlon, In the city. W. M. Chance. iliM'ict Hnperinlctul- pnt of Colorado fur th' tuclilental In- Mtiranca company. Ib in the city from hla hfud(,iittrter In peiiver. Uninty Hnrvryor A P. lo return ed yeslprday from natmp. m-ir has been for two weeks looking over the usnhalt fields in the .unl uitnin- talim. IM Haines will k-nve this inornlnK with Ills son for t.u- Seven Lakes oil llclds. Mr. llalma purpoHCH drivliiB oyprliinil to tho Hi eiie. of tin' oil opir- HtlollH. The hund rnncert hy tho New Ktiitf band, which was to have heen glvon Sunday nluht. but was potdponcd. will ho Klven In ItohliiMin park on Friday evenltiK. Mis. W. M. Oray ol Itrookfidd, Mo., leaves thta mornlnif for her home aft er Hpendlnit tho past ten days wltli l,or coualii. Mrs. K. K. UennliiK. of 312 Wint Kaiiln Fe avenue. Judga Ira A. Abbott returned to Santa Fe yvrterday mui'nlnn nltir spending n few day In Alhuieriue uttendltiK thtl inei'lliiKs of the New Mexico Uar uMaoclullou. nnymond Llttmrnw, the seven-yoar-old son or II. H. LlthRi nw, who was In jured hy a full from u bunny recently, Is able to be out now after belntr n fined ot tho house for ten days. tto llnan, general uudll'T of the Hanta Fe, Is In the city on u business trip en route from Ids In iid'iuartcrs at lis Ancclcs, on ft trip throuuh to Clil caito. Arthur C. UlriKliind, iili.trh't lofesler of tho Ihlr.l dlslrlit, Pnited Slates forest service, retunird yesterday front tut In ipecllon tr'P through Otero roiiuty. Charles llcrnillson. who has been miitcilal supervlHor In the local Simla r,, shops for some lime, has been pro moted to the position ol assistant ma chine shop foreman. W. W. Mcllomnd. the well known 'Insurance and real estate man, Is acaln al his desk niter a lenrthy va cation visit on tho coast. Mrs. Mc Donald will remain In California sev eral weeks loliner. Ilene Claudius do ScveiUrc, who hiiii cliatfre of the French and Span ish department of the Cnlvel'Slty Sum mer school, bus nndci taken to ride to i;i i'iiho on horseback. M- I'e Srr vlerc left, Tuesday on bis trip. Julius Staab, the local attorney, who has been spendiliR the siimini I vacation hi Ktirope, has returned to ii'Mime his practice in ,lbuiiieriiic. Mr. Staab was iieeoinpattleil on his ti iti bv bis fa titer. A. Staal ol Santa 'i . .1 i:. I it-ay of Louisville, Ky.. m riv ed ill Alliuuileriiun last niKhl. necom panled by bis wile. Mr. and t.ray lll iiuike their home in oueruiie where I hey have conn Mrs. Mlni- lol Mrs. dray's health They will live on Slate avenue. Mr. and Mrs. John Huron Hurt; re turned ytserda Horn n iwo-vt ecki' oiitinK In the vicinity of the Also tlolies oil fields and t.to Kills ranch. Mr. Ilut; tepol lh prospects Improving daily lor' the eal b developmeiil of the oil in i lie AlnotloiK's district. Chillies F. Luniinls of Los AiiKeU'H. C.illloiniu, accompaiiled by bis son tjnlmo and Mr. Hector AHIott, u well known archilcct of the California city. imsM'd thrctmh here last nlhl alter altiiuilni; the ipeellnK of the Amctl iiin Archiiooloklcnl society which vuis held In Santa IV. Mrs. A. F. Kelss of dallup pa 'sed throuiih Albuiiueripie xeslerday, re tnrnlim trim H Paso to her home alter vUliltiR irlenils in the Puss City. J. W MaiHock. sewer commission er ot i:i Paso, passml throuRh the city yesterday, lelurniiig with Mr. .- "''l.'B.LML'.U.l .lUi-1 .Hail- aa4aV4av. aV - K I Tfa rvniUHi mot I WANTED! ! Itlnh class experlcnretl sales- I man. State experience and rof- ag etence. P. O. Hot r.'Jt. City. MIHHMMMaM TODAY Axminster Rugs, 27x60 in ches, worth from $3.00 to $3,50; your choice TODAY ONLY EACH RosenWaldS WHERE QUALITY MEETS PRICE Im k from a ll -1" Ihe California coast towns. A. .U Van Hvke. inananer m the St. KckIs hotel of Kl P.iso. passed throiiKli III,, cily yesterday en lodte Inune front Colorado. Mr, Van P.kc was a clerk in the Harvey house In .lliiiiiieriiii come twelve years It ,'o. Mrs. Van tfifo. I'yke, nlln lion In tin is I etui nl iijr I coin v.ien mountains "of W.-cJhiii'iton. in. 'I ,iini here. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kctv.ic.an left last nlKht lor Los AttRtdiH, Calii.. where iluy will niaku llnlr home in the future. Mr. Kernnutn has been t nlinei teil Willi the N. K. Fairbanks i niiipaiiy In this iilv and lias been iranhl'errcii by the company to Los Angeles. Nnnieious friends ol Ibr t'ntin collide will regret their tleiar- lUl'ft. GRIPE CLUSTERS E wo Pound Bunches of Mag nificent Fruit Raised in Albu querque Show What Valley Can Grow. (if the many baskets of fruit (lur Iiir this fruitful n.ason, presented by the generous growers, none have been more appreciated nor more worthy of comment than the basket of erupt. presented the Mornlnu Journal yester day by Mrs. A. Anderson, of 2H0 Li u is u i line. Fspeclally tine specimens were these liii luilltm bbr two-pound bunch es of Muse. ilee grapes and also himc clusters or the big white tailllornia Ktapes and the lare piir.de fruit tsup nosctl by many to be a product solely of California and never of New Mex ico. The trnit Is a dell to the Itlea that only small Mission mpcy thrive In this clime. lournal Want Ads. Get Results. FOR Occidental Fire I have for sale S.ttno I nny which was hnupht now s.'lhio: nt J.2" per s "ill ist stock most be sobl ol 1. r Will In t Ollsiileletl Mtltlll- ss , i 1U ARE IMMENSE i urn f- LI Pasnuale Cutinola Gets Pe to Run Saloon Near Lumhei Mill in Spile of Protest, , A specially tailed session ol tin county commissioners of Hernalillo county was held yesterday al ihr court bouse to consider three applica tions for retail liiiior licenses wbi. h bad I ii lileil with Probate CI. 1 1, Walker. Tin application of ". I'.atl.irai , ,. i. r a lii i use to conduct a retail lit ; ii.i ilalillslinienl In tin resort known as the Summer Cai'ilcii, was nianled In a unanimous vote. A protest had, how ever been 1 1 toil acalnst uranium n li ft use to the Consolidated Lnpinr eotnpany to comliict a saloon in pre cinct thirteen, out near the Atneriian l.tlinlier ciuiipali.v liillls. This lit ease was applied for once before by Pas nuale Cutinola. but owiiiii to Ihe fact that he had niake a mistake and ask ed for a wholesale license, it was re fused. This application was, however. Knotted In spite or the opposition in the form of a petition scttltiR lorth that there were already enough sa loons in that section. W. C. lleacock appeared for the petitioners, Hn, T. Werner and 15. Mclinl asked that the request be (.'.ranted. A license was also emitted to C K. Patty, to conduct a saloon at ,.'i''.l West Central avenue. Mr. Patty's re quest of the city council to conduct this saloon, which Is a brand new af fair, was also granted some few weeks inctf. Tli best noddle hursea to b had In the cltv are t W. U Trlmblei, IIS North second atreet. Phone 3. ,f Jourial Want Ads Get Results SALE Insurance Co. Stock shares of stock In at I:' ml oio- share, hai . this coni- at ot iii. 1 any reasonable All UMi II O i l ijllUfi E ftRE GRANTED or Men New Fall Goods have been received and we want you to come in and look our stock over,, now while it is fresh and new. School Shoes, Suits and Furnishings for the boy, at lowest prices. New Fall Hats, Shoes and Furnishing Goods. Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothing $20.00 to $35.00 SIMON STERN, THE CENTRAL AVENUE CLOTHIER. J.JJJ1 !!. . ED IRE LIGHT Benighted Marylanders Believe New Mexico is Foreign Coun try and School Books Come With Manifest, They still the Darkest ncnlKhted need more ll(jht In l-'.ast. Haltimore Is the latest and it behooves New Mexico to center part of her coming state campaiRit of educa tion in the Maryland city. O. A. Matson of this city yes tordny received a cnnslKitmciit of school books from a firm In Baltimore, the shipment beini; aceompaiiied with three sheets of custom bouse declarations, manifest, and nil the red tape necessary to vtet the Hoods into a fori Ir.n country. This rinlit at the time when tho admission of the new state' of New Mexico Is bcini4 com mented on by every newspaper in the country. t will take all the publicity Sims New Mexico has to bom bard the Truth Into some of the strongholds of lisnorance In the cast. la t us fly at it. GLAD IAIE GOT IT, Former Resident of Albuquer-j que in City On Visit From! New Home In Great Pacific! Northwest. "I am tnlKlity 14 In il linallv unl stilt t hood," New M wa.s tin h ixico .-arty i oimralulalimi of P.. A ni:;lit. Mr. Sleysii-r, for Slcysttr last twenty-seven fiirs. a le.-itleiit ol Albuipiei-(iie, and in la. t. a nionciT of this city, is here on a I'lyiiiK business visit front bis new home at Portland, ore., whither lie went about a year auo. Mr. Sley ster is doinn well in the Pacific north west, which be describes as a country of umuliilul opportunities. He will leave probably tniiiKhl- for lcner, where Important business will detain him an indefinite time alter which he will ko cast on business matters. 'T came down to Los Annclcs by steamer"' paid Mr. Slestcr last ninht, and II Is one of the most magnifi cent trips I ever experienced. H Is a i.reat country, Oregon, but neverthe less, Albuquerque looks mluhty good to me when 1 net hack to it." Mr. Sleyster is now etmaficd in the latul and insurance business In Port land and vicinity nnd is understood to he handling some rather bin proposi tion fit present.' ALLEGED CAR THIEF G0E5T0 JAIL Islcta Indian Charged With Robbing Railroad of Flour Committed When He Fails to Give, Bond. San Juan Jiron, the Islcta Indian, hared with trespasshm and enterlm; i Santa Fe railroad car with Intent to commit robbery, alter a hciii'lnn be f.ire t tiitcd States Court Commission er Hairy U. WhillliK, was yesterday In hi to await the action of the I'nit- t tl Stales urn ml jury. Ill default of $:mi bond, be was committed to jail. .Iirmi is . bsi'Mt'il with hiivinn' nbstraet ril sat ks of Hour front a car at tsletn. i.ini.,.l jho flour, it Us nltcued, huv" mi; been found in Ills hoini'."' If yon neetl a mrneiuor, tclepltonr Itcsselilen, plioue 377. III BALTIMORE SAYS SLEYSTEH an d Boys NEW BATTLESHIPS TO BE LARGEST IN THE WORLD Washington, Auk. SO The two new battleships authorized by the last naval u t probably will be of I'K.filui tons displacement, or the bUnest war vessels in the world. The longest ship so far designed for the American navy are the Now York and Texas with a displacement of 27, WW tons each, and it becume known only today thai the navy department contemplated ox ccodlnK their size. The new ship will have, heavier armor than ever l,efo put on a battleship, which uceotinis for their increased displacement. The armament of the new vosVels will Ik the same as the New York anil Texas, with a main battery of ten fourteen ineh Kilns. Willi this approach to a ,10,000-ton battleship, the naval orilnnnee experts me consldorinii the question of six-leen-lnch suns. H will require a niltl-ton battleship to withstand the terrific recoil from a main buttery of ten slxtecn-inch Runs. Ti:i;. I'm.-,. 'ikl. Jan. French & Lowber Funeral Directors and Embalmers I.a,lv Assistant. ton. 1 11 i n .wit KNTii vri, till Ice Phono otill. WILL BE USED .MORETHANEVER The very latest advices from the' European sources of fashion pre dict a greater use of silk than ever. We are now able to display in an ad vanced showing the most desirable pat terns for house and evening gowns. We have just re ceived a new line of Satin Cashmeres in plain colors, in al' the latest and most popular shades --26 inches wide and $1.00 a yard. Ferguson & Collister ALBUQUERQUE'S DKYGOOnSStlOP SILKS