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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER i. I3;i.
I CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. Mmr. i:.ins-. Iliv I'lirei-hins 4 utlery. T'ts, ri "". ji1m- nn.l I UiiiiK-- riuintrtiig, II. JUiii; I in ami 4 'tT Work. ait w. ti nai, ti. 'ii;ih h)M: 213. ibles or Men an ri . , r? d Boys 1 MATTHEW'S ICE CREAM .t llic Kt&rol.if 3 lu,' I-IIOXF. 42. CHARLES Wholesalers LAS VEGAS ALBUQUERQUE SANTA ROSA Kidney Beans i: Baked by Heinz ! They arc delicious and I appctizin tc as a complete luncheon dish or as an entice, and constitute a pleasing chaiifie from the conventional baked bean, Tiy them. Only 15 cents per can. Ward's Store 1 i liriMICIt IL WA1U. Mv SIS Marhlo Ate. l'honoani POSTOFFICE PHARMACY f "IIHT 4 1 1 1 SI. & (.li Phone I.'I3 A new Blum In iL new slute, a com plete Hiir f rirui!, sundries, clgnr.1 Ullll 1 1 '1 1 1' l llllii'll'K, SH-illl lltllMlll.lll Rh.MI III Prcscrlptioni.. 0. K. Transfer Company, A general lraiiir liimliiflMi conducted. Phone 4 jj. I'ATTV Sl.( Hi;S, Propg. WALLACE HESSELDEN (ifiirwil Com nutoi . KlK'irn nnil worknuinnlitp cuunt. Wo uiiniMAii niortt for your monry than nv iiilur rutitrai'tliiK firm In Albu quriii. Off ! l lha 8urlor l'lan ln Mill, rnona S77. STEIN-V1 SMAItt CLOTHES 1L0CU Discriminating dressers look be yond the fit and color of the suit they buy. 1 hey look to the maker Stein-Bloch the guarantee that quality, style and prices arc rig h t. Suits from $20.00 to $40.00. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. 122 SXoii.l hi. 1 1 W. waajjjg i lUiafi , -Aantt. ML Ah f..r liuiiit jiuriiy. as w! a tlelU-ioua- flavor. n In Ir e crvt 1 with Matthew' only. ILFELD CO. of Everything LAUNDRY WHITE WAGONS Strong Brothers t'lidcrtakcra it I'uihutiDcr . Prompt Korvlrw Day or Nlht. Telephone 75. Itemdence COS. kin nig lllk., ('iHjM-r and Second. la tha arant thai fan ahould ot raralta yjur no, ruing papr Ula- (itiona tli ro,.TAl, TKLMItAPV 'o.. firing yuur nam ami litraM and (ho iiapr will ba dallrarad by a spst-tal ms.gsr. Tt Ula- nnna la Nu. Si. t.1 y-.uirrri A M Tha atr.v. raward will ha paid f"f lha an-ea! and cibvIciIoq of anrnoa cauhl aieutlng coplaa of tha Morning Journal frum toe 4Kfwat .f aubar-rltxirs. JUL'ltNAb ri'liMiUIINO CO. LOCAL MEWS Of INTEREST Weather ileport. For tha twenty-four hourg ending Ht 6 o'clock ventirduy afternoon: Maximum temperature, 92; mlnl iiiiiiii, B2, riuiKr "I' temi'i'i'Hture, 40; tiniii i;il urf lit II p. in,, Hi; rnHl wltulu Hrniihrr rli'iir. I'nril'llst. W.iHhlnnt"ii, Auif- HI. Now Mt'xit'o, Arlxoiiu unit 'i'l TrXHH- Knlr Krliliiv . i nil K;i( iii'iluN . . Mix. A. In t Nillnii I ' V C. Mi i from n vlwit mil ! li i i c i. ItOIIHTO of Low T.iiiiii li'iul i lu I ho I'lly. 'i'ihIioi ri'iuriioil yi'Hli'i'il.iy to IiIh home in ('li vrlurul tsli'MI fit l.'H, Hlii. mi V. Ihill nml poii, J. W Hull, h.ivi1 rrturiii'ii 11111110 from mx wrrki' vlt-lt In I in lllOl I, lowii. M. ('.. M. rroiloil, of III iiimli lil Ision., c (ui iiril noHloriluy linm liU tii. fill (.in npi'iil In Ih,. iiiNl, In rio rlnml unil, oilirr rllti'H. Mix 1 ' 1 1 .i i in t- (. :i v iiiiiiiif.h, vho hint lu l u liio kui nI in thl i lly of he r wlt li r, Mm. i:. I.. Jiiyoid, lull jcttoriluy for Iht hnnii' In Inlliip. Hoy .Mi-llnlililil, ttlHtflll I'Ofihlor of Urn Klnln Nntlmiiil Imn If, iiliirni'J yiKtiT'lnv from l'orllruid, tiro., imrt oilmr iiih iIi iti ru i llli'H, 'I'lii rn will lm n r.'Kiitnr mci'tltiH of John A. l.oMiin olivlo, Ladlca of thn 11. A. It., at thu A. O. T. W. hull Ihl'i iiliii'iioiiii ut 2:30 ocloi'U. Aclfih Cliiipior No. D, onlor of t ho KnHi'lll Slor. will mi'it tlilH I'MiiiIiik it 8 oi'lock nl ilw MiiMtnli' tiiiniiv Ity oniiif of th Worthy Matron. ll.H I y Is.ioi n, ir Hinliiiii Kotii'ial liui; -i'iujo iicnit of tin- Huntu Ft- with hi idiiinrli tn Ul l,on AiikoIi h, nrrKri! on ii alior! IniHltioKs trip yi'Hlfrd ly. MIhm lti-rth.t llrownli'P, forini fly Of I Ins rily, "ill iirrlvo hero tonliiln lot i nIioii viHii with frloixlN on mnto to Houthi rn Arlr.ona horoHlu will loach iltlllliK I ho i-omlnn ivinlor loiin. H, a. KyhiMiir, n former ronl .. t.ilo limn n A I lull j itiiti . who h ih I'oi'ii vliii lm; hor.i for n few ilnys, Irii hint iMiilior on the JJ.nit.i lo llmlloil lot hi iiM-r mi o l.iiHin,MN trip. I. nhhl K. M. i'h:ilin ir Iho Toiii ilo i:ioin;iiiiiol lit Tiiohoii, nrrlvoil lust nluhl fur a rhott vImII to IiIm iliiui.h lof, Mis. .1 l i.ill...H of 3H!I .North KIMIi Ntrool. Itohlil Chaplin i on toiii,. lo I loin or I'.it WuImIi. i. Unoun In Allui- iOolilio !iil,. Iio nl rl y Io.mIiIoiI, hill who im now ' Kollor.'ll liiliuiillt'' ii;oiil o Ih,. Saniii I'o R.sntoin, will nr livo this Myi'inini; liom liis lioinl iiutrl,'i m in 'r,,n.ia. M'." him,. Mint i, r ami .M Ink Itil.la 1 Soli uiiri si'lu i f ii, ., Muliios, Iowa, i,ro oho is i.i .h i;. 'i', iiii,n, ..Oil Sooih 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. ara.-Aa-4 Orrllloa l,i,lp NAHM THAI Cf Owlllm Ste X t.liilup Lump imiom: in. i AXTIIRWITi; M l. sll s, STi:l COL. i X 4 .ko, Mill .mI. l a, toi v Won,!, Ili lcU. Fire t lay. Santii I'o M M 1. ! h IT ll TF.A4 III i:v llllll l Muii 'ii. Jasper 11:41 k K.ue. It-.li.-. and Lor.g I-rini.r Typ. IMmlin; to mil ouf pmkftbook. IMUl PAITIt niULIlS: All sue print ui above with or ilh out help". VurUtv Uinllna. larki: print nintr. for old folk III I LKTTWl BIBl.l.S. (Words of Christ ptlntrd In rd) In v oral styles. Any of the above wltli ur without index. Strong's Book Store Edith Ktrt'ri. n route to Hun M.ttoo, N .!., lu tako iharge of the C'ongr national mission ikhool there. Nflss Alma llennsoy, who with hr mothor. has hoon titaying In Al buquerque for aome fow week, left on tho llniltcd yrsura-ty oiiornoon for flnclntiatl. Mr. J. O. Wigiior ai comiiunloil Ihom us far u St. UnilH. Ming HcksIc Creel, who has boon laklnit a trained nurse cimrs In u Kanun rlty hoenltal, haw returned homo, Ion Ink eomploteil the work. Mr. and Mm. 1'. C. SwolRor and aon uwen are vlHltor In Iho city from their hotii. in Hol'ii. Mrs. .In m is Cliisoti, oiio of tho pion.ior rosiili tils of A 1 1 hi 1 1 ii f-ri in-,' now IIvIiik in I'aMailonn, C.il., Hpont t,he (lay lure yotitorilav Hie nuext of Mrs. J. Motzeiilmrkvr. "ml other friondrf, on mule liiinio from I'hloiiKo. sh" loft for Iho wext lasl nii;lit on train No. 1. Tho .MorniiiK Journal is imlohloii to iloori'.o W. Iliolmx for a fine hnKol of iipplos, pouohen nml pluinn from his hemitit'iil i.rchurd in Sinitu I'o. Mr. Illokox nrrlvoil yoHtorday front Iho capital In his Overland lmirlnn ear ac companied hy Itnliih S. Hiark ol Ha n I a !''. I'riKlneer J. It. I'urweli han return ed from mi extended trip Info the Sown I.uUoh oil country nml report prospect,, urowhiK morn lavoinhlo In that locality wlih hovoihI outfit prc luirliiK to no after Iho urenny In earn ost and thoroughly ilonmnsurato Iho pihrliilillu M .if the flolil, MIhm I'lthol Levy, who Ih vIkIIiih: wilh her mint, Mm. I .on ih Trailer, re. turned IiihI evening from l.os l.nnaf. MIkh Levy who Ih on,, of Iho in.iM mieeoHiiful nchnol IcachiTH III the I'll I'aio Mohoolli, will return to her pome in a low ilnysi s her achool openn on the miiio (lute nu t In- AllunUel'iiio oily Ml hools. A. It.iyniiitiil Soder, II. A., a Kind mile ol the I nl v.-i Nil y of Now Mexico in the olas of 1911, Iuih none to t'at ls hail to tako Iho prinelpulMhlp of the hii;h Miliool In that (own. Mi. Scilei In nn oxootiilinKly Ininht yoiin mini, well known In Albuquerque, where ho Iiiim llvoil for two yearn, ami hl many ftlendH expect thai he will make a ureal Hin'ocm of h Im iimlertnklni;. J. K. l.earnnrd, father of (looiRe K. Leurnard of the Leamard and Linde in.niii cimtpaliy, wum taken by hl two noun, Oooiko 1. und Major tlrant I.enrnard of tho United KUite Army, lo Adrian, Mich., ycnterdny afternoon ill the hope that I lie chiinne of climate ,ni, I lower ultltude nilKhl bo no lit him. The elder Mr. Learnurd Iihn been very low for Home time. Major, tlrant Larnard arrived from his station til Fort MlMoula, Montana, on Wednes day evening. Dr. W. W. Spariso ac oouiiuuilod tho parly. notici:. Harbor hlH'PH will roniuiil cloKod all day on Monday, Hoptembor 4th, Ui hoi Kay. K. W. UANNliN'FFXSEU. Seori'tarj'. ( oininnii ("olils Muni IW Taken ScrlousJv for iiiiIoh cured they nap the vitnllly .111,1 lower the vital resistance to more sm'Ioiih Intocllon. rrotoot your chil dren and yourself by the prompt iibo of Koley'd Money and Tar Compound and note it n quick nnd doelnivc re siiIin. I'or ouiinhs, coIiIm, croup, w hoop Inn coukIi, In oiiehltl.H und affectloiiH ol I ho I hi oat chest and limit it is an i vor ready and valuable remedy, J. II M'ltlclly. Journal Want Ads. Get Results, WANTED! A hlKh rhu'N experienced Hales man. MmIo experienoo and ref eretioe. I'. I), llox IiZi, City. If a pa lift you halo to ilelixcl' Or a ii In for a niohx-imor true; l'liono I lc.O-t),ie Ih the in, m-l-r, or. II bu. tall rivo-O-Two. IHtV ANT'S, t.solol. I'arivl lti-1. A h'eiit;i'i' . t'ord WoimI, Native Klmlllui;, Fire I l'.ri. - k, 'minium llrick, Mine. J : : Waist Day ' A beautiful assortment of "Geisha," strictly mannish, Tailored Waists, in a large variety of patterns and al ways sold for $2.25; your choice, Today A A RosenwaldS WHERE QUALITY MEETS PRICE intba i ciiiui m Lieutenant Governor Secures Appearance to Answer Stat utory Charge, By $1,000 and Hurrios Home to Fiesta, The Lieutenant'' governor of tho pueblo of Isleta, AubukI, In ChtBUi ruI who was arrested on a utatutory oluiiso on Wodnrsday by Deputy Sher iff Kick Lew 1st, yeKtcrday appeared be fore JiiiIki, Crultf and rive bond In tho Htun of ll.tiiio tor hln n pearanoe bo lore the JiiMleo on l.io Ulh of Septem ber, at v. hi' 'i time his preliminary oiaillH: 'H bo held. Immediately alter the hi nd had been upplovcd lie loft for IiIm home In Isleta. Jo.se l. Jiron, wanted for iifwuult with Intent to murder on an Indict ment returned more than two yearn iifjo, who wus aim) nrrested by Kcpu ty Sheriff I.omIh al lflola on Wednes day. Kuve I.,, i, In the sum of $ 7 f 0 for his appearance before the district court ul the September term, and he, too, loft lor iilota. in order to be nt homo during Iho fiesta of San Akhk tine, which w ill occur next Sunday. Two Divorce Suits. Itimlna ('have ,le 1'inllll.l, through her attorney, W. C. lleiuock. yoiitcr ilay filed suit in the dMiict court for an absolute divi roe from u v liusb.iiul Marino rndllla. iiIIokIiir cruel and in human treatment, drunkenness., aban ilonmonl and ilosortiuii. Tho petition aliened that tho couple wore married on February r,, 1 li o ".. i tiiul that on Kobrnary 3, live years later, without n oauso, be abanilonoil her, leuviiiK her to her own moans of Helibiioii anil loroiiiK lor to appeal to her iiioi her for help. The plaintiff asks iho court to urant her tho cus tody of Iholv only child, Nicolas, lined I 4, niu o ill,, has had t.ie i are of him over since ho wan born, nnd Is the rinht mill proper person to have the custody of the child. lier.su be (licit;,, do Unrein, allotting abandonment nml noli support, through her attorney, Manuel 1'. Vicil. has in .--I ii uto, suit for absolute .liv.iieo nuaitisl her husband, I'oiiinu Uaf'-ln, s, -nn limes known as l'orlirio 1 1 e 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 m i , i y. . They wore inarrii-il. she -a -. at C!.iio;..,, X. M.. In I :t. and bi l.-l t hi r u i i hunt duo or just muse ill ntoT. II. I'lles has sued Col- W. S. Ilopo xv II. iii Iho dlslricl court of IVrnnl illu lounty, l,,r $17J.:1 wilh interest ii iho rale i,f . n per cent per annum It., in September !!. I-""- il is nl-l,-t.e,l tlo,t li,,. .uiiount Is f ir floods, v a res iiiul in,i i .landise sold and 'lo in, rod prior lo and Including Jiily 111. Pi I II. II. I'. l'crKusoti, tbroiiHh his attor ney. Koliort II, Crows," instituted suit testtrdav aualnst I'. K. I'oroHtall and .1. W. Mcliue. on u breach of con- BOND TO APPEAR ' Only 9 cadi trai t and for roiil in tho sum i Tho unit was filed yesterday m on In the district court. if $:.'0.i. after- L Certificates From Required Before Physician Admhssion and Superintendent Urges Prompt Action, ie In Kpealdntt of tin, upeuini; of the city schools one week from next .Mon day, Superintendent John Milne yes terday miKHf.stcd that nil pupils, who had not boon vaccluuUd should be vuevlnutcl before tlie opetiiiitj of the term. Thorn m a rule In force in the Albuquerque schools that all pupils must have a certificate from a reput able physician showing a Mnces.sl'ul vaccination. The eiiforc.-iiioiu of this rule Is required by the board of lu-al Ih. Superintendent Milne points out that If children who have not boon vaccinated bo treated this, week It is more than likely that they will have fully recovered before school open on September II. This is not only a avinn of time for the pupils, but will also avoid much discomfort inci dent lo the JostliiiK which comes from oliililnn playing together iluiim; the recess periods. The host naildiw hvrxea to be had In the city nro at W. U Trtmble'g. US Norm second street. Phone 8. IX Ml MOIll VM. In lovim; meinorj of our dear wife l'ci'oa, who died und mother, Mrs. A lour years iiro today. Auk. 30, 1 907: Fast us the lolliiiK .seasons bring . Tho hour of fate to those we love, I Kach pearl that loaves the broken S-tl'lll!'. Is sot In friendship's crown above. As narrower itrows the earthly chain The circle widens in the sky ; Those are our treasures tli.it remain lint those are stars that Nam oil hi"h. From a lonely daughter, laostA. ChloaRo. 111. TFIt T AT tl IK I i!H W. t.OI It. hi i: or T rv- n i: t u. lieloro iu Ib'ai I, the I iloil of phvMcul endurance and while your condition Is slill curable, take Foley Kidney fills. Their nuick notion und positive results will delUht you. For bHckaobi norvousnosi, rhouinatism, and all kidney, bladder and urinary troubles. .1, 11. OTtielly. SCHUQ MUST ALL BE VACCINATED Fall Goods have I X ew want you to come in M. 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 iMON STERN, THE CENTRAL AVENUE CLOTHIER. ' CDX LOSES CASE Action For Possession of See-: ond Street Property Brought By Plumber Decided For Ad-1 ministratrix. JiuIko Frank V. Parker. I'tl'th district court, actinv; Judge in the place of Judg who was iliMiualliiod In the of the is special ; Abbott, case, yes- lor, lay handed lown his decision in the ease of Isaac II. t'ox .igninst Mrs. I.ucrciia K. Cromwell, udmlnlMratrix of the estate of Oliver K. Cromwell, ileoi used, in which Cox was .Miiinif the administratrix nnd the estate for pos s, ssion of certain property on Second sired because of a certain contrail of sale alleged to have been entered into between I. II. Cox and 11. A. Sleyster upon w hich Cox puld hs earn est money J250. The decision awards Judgment to tho defendants. with costs of suit. The suit was tried In May of this year. The decision sols forth that on July 2, lUO'J, J. I,. Hell, an Innocent parly, approached A. H. Sleyster, uk out for Oliver K. Cromwell, with a proposition to buy certain property on Second street. Sleyster then wrote to Mr. Cromwell who was residing nt Old Mission. Mich., representing to him that tho property was worth 1:1,500. Mr. Cromwell, reposing im plicit confidence In the (statements of his agent, Sleyster, decided to sell the property nnd so Instructed Sleyster. Thereupon Sloyntor offered the pro perty to Hell for 14,000. lu the meantime Mr. Cox came up on the scene and offered to bay the I property for the sum, and deposited I us earnest monry. A short time, attrr this Sleyster, It Is set forth claimed to have sold (lie property for ! Cox to a party named J. p. MclTuh e ; for ti.r,oo. It was proven at the trial that 1 Cox was the regularly employed plumber on tho Cromwell property i i ii il had confidential relations at all limes wilh the agent, Sleyster, nnd ! that In depositing the $250 he was: not acting- as an Innocent party us I claimed In bis petition. In the meantime, Mr. Cromwell, It j Is said, had become suspicious and had by telegraph Instituted inquiries j concerning the proposed sale of the property and found thai it was worth ! sr., itiM).' Thereupon he cnlleil off thej sale. Then Mr. Cox instituted suit to obtain possession of the property. ; Tho Judgment handed down yosler-1 day sustained nil the eontoullotis ol j the defense and threw the costs of the suit on Mr. Cox, ordering exeeu-' lion therefore. Attorneys for the I idalntiff excepted to all the ennelu- lons of the law nnd tho fai ls and gave notice of an appeal. DEVIL OF DIVORCE BEATEN Probate Clerk's Records Show. Two Applications for License! to Wed to Every Suit for Dis-I solution of Marriage Tie, August has been a record month l',,r tho Issuance of niarriago licenses,! .-in-passing every month In the his tory of the probate clerk's office since November, 1 !'0 a total of forty II-j louses being issued during the month,: an average of more than one per day. j The last license to be banded over the counter ut tho office before the: close of business yesterday was given j to Tciifulo Soto and ocarla Oarcttt. i 'I his was the license that brought the i total up to forty. With enpid work-j Itig overtime ns he has boon doing for the last month the divorce devil j which operate over In the district: court has boon snowed under. Less AGAINST ESTATE OFCIDMWELL HOPELESSLY been received and we and look our stock over, than twenty divorce suits have boon tiled diirini,' tho month, KiviiiB tint niarriiiHo lieonse bureau a showing of two to one or better. Tf yon need a rnrpenior, telephone lleM-lden, ih.tii :tT7. Jourial Want Atts Get Results SOLD FOR CASH ONLY On account of the contract made governing the sale of adopted Text liooks, we are compelled to sell tirade School Honks for cash onlv. 0. A. MATSON & CO. STRONG'S BOOK STORE TFL. "85. TFL. 1241. French & Lowbcr Funeral Directors and Embalmers Lady Assistant. Colt. HI i ll ami KMTIAL, Office l'liimo .Mill. Jl Suitings We are receiving new arrivals every day and the quality of materials that we are now exhibiting ap peals to those who admire exclusive and choice ma terials. Broad cloths This material for the handsome tailored gown has no equal. The wide range of qualities and col ors surpass any season's display we have ever ex hibited. Priced from $1.15 to $2.50 a yand. Ferguson & Coilister ALBUQUERQUE'S DRY GOODS SHOP