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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1911.
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CRESCENT HARDWARE CO.
More. K lions Fnrnl-hlttK K ullrj, T"K Iron ll.
Valiroaihl I lillng- I'lumliliig, ll(i"K. Tin ami ('1'IT Work.
SIS W. (1ATUAI A 10. TlXI-PHONF.
need
the
Your
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rilOM-: IM.
BABIES
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CHARLES ILf ELD CO.
Wholesalers of Everything
LAS VEGAS ALBUQUERQUE SANTA ROSA
first Arrival
Boneless Herrings
Smoked Bloaters
Rolled Spiced
Herrings
and
New Mackerel
Ward's Store !
homer n. WARD, MfT..
813 Marble Ave. P1k.ho 'iilti.
POST OFFICE PHARMACY
Corner 4th SI. Gold Ac. Phone lltf
- Kvit) thing new hiiiI fresh, except
the clerks. When tired of life, mil
on tin.
M'F.UAIi ATTF.N'TinX CIVF.N TO
Plll'.SCmiTIONS.
11,1 1 1 1 .. 1 - .'!
0. K. Transfer Company,
A general transfer business
conducted,
Thone 431.
PATTY NFCItFS, rrofia.
WALLACE HESSELDEN
General (onlrstnn.
Figures ami workmanship rnunt. Wn
Buarantea more for your money than
any other contracting firm In Albu
qtiripia. Office at the Huperlor Plan
ln Mill. Phone 177.
Here Is Something
To Roll Over In
Your Mind
Dollar for dollar you
(jet MORE for YOUR
MONEY in Stein
Bloch labeled clothes
than in any others
we know of. You
get not only FIT but
the highest class of
; WORKMANSHIP in
the tailoring world.
This WORKMAN
, ' SHIP is what makes
; ' the clothes fit.
Try on a suit to
morrow here with us.
$20. to
$40.
E C. Itlasljluun (Cn.
J 22 K. Ms-owl St,
GLEANES
I BiiKiir
MATTHEW HAS IT
LAUNDRY
WHITE
WAGONS
Strong Brothers
Indcrtakt-r and Einbnlmera.
Prompt Kervlca Day or NlKht.
Telephone 76. Residence 606.
btroiitt 111k., Coiwr anil (second.
la In titnt that yoa ahoula ot
rrlv your mumlng" pipr tl
phona tht POHTA1, TKl.ttdRAFH
Co., flrlii 7"Ur om an4 itdr.M
ad the ppr will b dllTrJ bf
s apwial miHDir. Toe Ult
(hunt U No. I.
A Uirar4 48 M
Tb alxiv rwM will l, pua
fnr th irtnt and ooavlotl'ia of
anron caught staallnf coplaa of
tha Morning- Journal frum tba
dourwaya nf auuarrlli.ra.
jutiiiNAu plu-wuuiu ra.
LOCAL HEMS OF INTEREST
WmtlHT Hepon.
For tho twenty-four hours ending
Ht 6 o'clock yesterday afternoon:
Maximum temperature, HO; mini
niimi, fl; range, 36; tomporalnrn lit
ij o'clot k, 7K; south winds; partly
cloudy.
Forecast.
Washington, Si pi. 111. New Mexi
co. Arlziuin mid Wist Texas Ocni r--ally
fnlr Monday mid Tuesday; not
nun h change In temperature. ,
I.i'Vl A. Hughes, a cupltiillHt of Santa
I'V Ih III the city.
Former liovcrnor Herbert J. Iluger
iii. hi arrived lout 1 1 1 k I t trout lilii home
hi llotiWcll.
There will lie n regular meeting of
Hie I.iih Vegas I t hi of Itc.iverg tonight
ni ; ;io o'clock.
F.dwurd Spitz of the llfeld Indian
Trailing company, li lt last night for
the went on it business trip.
Clmrlca Clarke, lieinl currier for the
Morning .louriuil, returned yesterday
inortiltiK from n three weeks' trip to
( 'iilllotnlii riHortH.
Mid Nellie ll.irtley him reluitleit
from mi cMeinli d trio to etislern rniir
ki tM on a lni 1 1 1 k trip nnd will nt once
ri'Hinne iIiiiikc nt the Wehcrt Mllllll
1 1 y
Mr. mid Mm. CIiiih. Norton of
I'.elli' I'luliie, Iiiwii, mrlved hint tilnhl
Jo Hpinil thi nlnlcr Willi their diiiiKh
ter, Mm. John V. XtcvniH of ltllll N.
l'"ourlh Hlreel.
(leiniiil l''rclc,hl nnd iiHM-imor
Aueiil of Hie SimlH Ke W. H. Itiown,
of Kl I'iiko, ciiine In ycHtcnliiy to nt
tetid I ln InleiHliite ('oinmeri p Coin
n I h i 1 1 lii'H rtnus.
W illi heslcf CoolcV, Vice president
mill ceneiiil limmu:cl' of the Itlo
Cimiile lllev Hunk mid Trout com
I mi n of Kl 1'nso. iniKBcd IhrooKh Al
lilhlierille JiNtrlilllv ell lollto 111 l.H
Vl'MIIN.
Allierl t'liiin cy. who him heen ln v
lm; pi -nfes sionii I hiiHelmll with the SI
l.oiiiH A 1 1 1 r i km team, and the Austin
limn ol tlic Texas leHriue, Mini who
lias heen In the city two dllVB helpltlH
Hie (iiavK, hit Inst nlKtit for Sunt it
Ke.
(illli'le roi'iiish, laptHln of th
lii-HVB hico'iinll le.im. helter known ii.x
line, ' will leave today to remnne hlH
fliidlisat Yale oniverHlly Now Haven
Conn. In Yale "I'oe'' l.n conaldered
i lie ol the l onilim nlhletesi, helnnciip
liini nl tn t h Kreshinan fonlhull and
lianeltall 1 1 'it ii i m.
i:. I!. liiiK.iell, .1. 1'red Ailon nnd
I .ii iv l oin I 'lalli wei n BinnliK the
ei:an who liiorneved to MhniMOToui'
SPRINGER
TRANSFER CO.
Efficient Transfer Service
'll li. 2H,Y
Tl
120.
French & Lowber
Funeral Directors
and Embalmers
1 Jul v Assistant,
toil. I II I II AMI ( F.N THAI,
Office I'liono Hr.
PORCH, WINDOW AND DOOR SCREENS. WE ALSO
SELL ALL KINDS OF MATERIAL FOR SCREEN WORK.
SUPERIOR LUMBER AND MILL CO.
4V404H4O4
( crrlllos Dump
Gallup Lump
MAUN COAL CO.
PIIONF 01.
AMllltACITi:, Aid. M.KS, ST FA M t'OAI.
Mill Wood, Factory ikmI, Cord Wood, Native Kindling, Pro
Mrlck, Fire Clay, Santa Fe llrlck, Coinmou Hrlck, I.lmo.
Coke.
to witness today's nanie bftween Al
liii(u rque unit Ijih They ar-
rlvcj on the California li.niteil Sunday
mornini: returnimr home last eve
ning with the Vegas ball teanu
Awtant FreiKht Traffic Manager
r. H. HouKtiton of the .--anta ft. with
haitiiiarttr at Ohu ago arrived last
evening from the east. Me la her for
thp purpom of attending the hearings
of the lnterntute Commerce t ummis
.ion. which will open in the tity to-
inorrnw morning.
Iai.tor J. J. Kunjon of the First
ItaptiRt church took his hoys' club to
the Mcnual Urol tiers tarm Saturday
for an outing. While out thev enjoyed
the fruit for which the farm is fa
mous, and a fine spread, and alto
Kcther had a moHl delightful time.
!.at In the evening they returned,
tired but aatisfn-d. to their homes in
tow n.
Caorge Arnot. local ma nastr for tha
CroM-Kelly company, left this morn
ing for Fort Sumner to receive three
thouaanil tunda of wool recently
pun tinned by his company. The wool
Is the clip tf Carlos and J. 8. Caeau
and other growers In the vicinity and
about cleani. up the crop In the coun
try to the east of the I'eciw, though
considerable wool Is still held at itos
well.
FASTEST GROWING
Statement of First National of
GalluD Shows Gain of Over
400 Per Cent in Less Than
Three Months Time,
That the First Nallonnl Itank of
Gallup, though one of the newest In
Now Mexico, Is ii flourishing institu
tion, la Indicated by Its official report
to the comptroller of the treasury
Just made pubic Thin bank opened
for business April 24, 1011, a little
over four months iiko. on the 7th of
Juno the Institution held deposits
aKKregittlriK iL'i.OOU. tin the first of
tho present month, when the report
was Issued, tho deposits of the Insti
tution had Increased to JKUJOri, or a
gain nf nearly 4"0 per cent In
two
months and twenty days,
and this
without Including any of the terri
torial, county or municipal funds held
by tho bank. The Gallup First Na
tional Is In charge nf 'ho following
officers: W. II. Morris, president;
William McDonald, vice president; T,
I'. Tulle, vice president, nnd . A.
Klsk, cashier. A synopsis of the re.
port to the comptroller Is ijlven lure,
with:
ltKllllt'CCS.
Loans and dim mints t 40.240.OJ
hanking house, furniture,
etc 22.019.83
I'. H. bonds and premltimM 26,240.1 I
overdrafts 144.94
l ive per cent redemption
fund 1. 250. 00
Cash and sight exchange-" 44,922.91
$133. 787. 8.1
I.lahllltlii..
Capital slock I 25.000.00
I ndlvlded profits .... 1.082.21
Circulation 26,000.00
Deposits 82,705.63
$133,787.83
HEAVY RAINS CAUSE
FLOODS IN TWO STATES
Kansas City. Htipt. 10. As the re
sult of heavy raliiH which have been
falling almost unceasingly f"r the
past twelve hours, many small streams
throughout eiiRtern Kansas nnd west
ern Missouri urn tonight out of thelt
hanks and thousands of ncres of bot
tom lands are submerged.
At Troy, Kan., 6. 86 Inches of rain
has fallen Blnco last night. At heed's
Springs In Stono county. Mo., the
streeta were flooded and a railway
hriilgn om t a small creek was swept
away. The engine and tender of n
work train went Into the flood but no
one was Injured, the engineer and
fireman .pimping Into the river and
sw Iniuilng to safely.
PEORIA DRENCHED BY
A TERIFFIC DOWNPOUR
IVorla. Ill, Sept. 10. A bard
rainstorm struck this city today dur
ing which 3. .17 Inches of rain fell.
ibreiiklng all former records Mince tin
weather bureau was established The
Jul a rn I ii full for tlm week as six
Inches.
The property loss In the city was
heavy. The I'eorla and I'ekln I'tilnii
railway and the lliilllnglon both suf
fered from washouts which del.i'd
traffic.
I 'ms aM-r MnnufnclimMl.
Washington, Sept. 10. Production
in this country of new print paper
during July was less than In any
month excent one during the past
i ear. according to statistics of the
American Paoer and Pulp association,
filed with the commissioner of cor
poral Ions, llnth production and ship
ments fell off during July, the for
mer decreasing from 110,390 tons In
June to in. 4!o In Julv.
Klve-O-One Is the phone you want:
Call Fivo-O-Two when busy.
To either we respond so quick
It almost makes you dlMy.
BRYANT'S
Quick Parcel Del. nnd MesNcnttrrs.
44)M4t444)444444
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Orllloa Htova
Gftllnp 8toT
BANK IN NEW
MEXICO
PRESIDENT TIPT
ilEOlED AS
TO
DIVORCE
John C. Richberg So States
When He Learns Chief Exe
cutive Will Discuss the Sub
ject. CODE SUBSTANTIALLY IN
FORCE IN MANY STATES
Crux of Question Gives Causes
as Adultery, Bigamy, Felony,
Cruelty, Desertion and
Drunkenness,
flt.T Miniln Joaraal toons! Im4 Wir.l
Chicago, Sept. 10 John C. Hich
berg, president of the Illinois commis
sion f uniform stnte laws, declared
today that President Taft Is seriously
mistaken on the subject of uniform
divorce. Mr. Itlchberg's statement
was brought out bv the announcement
that Mr. Taft will discuss the divorce
.uestlon freely while on his long west
ern tour beginning next Friday and
Rill urge the necessity of a uniform
divorce law. More than ninety per
rent of the atatea, according to Mr.
Itlchherg, already have uniformity of
legislation on the crux of the divorce
question namely causes for divorce.
What the president Is mistaken
about.'' said Mr. Itlchberg, In nn In
terview, "Is that he Is evidently not
aware of a uniform divorce law pre
pared and adopted by a congress on
llvorce composed of delegates of the
respective states, who were appointed
for that special purpose In 190H, and
wno iurmiiiaieti a unuorm divorce
code which was subsequently adopted
by the conference of commissioners
on uniform state laws. These com
missioners nre officially appointed
from all the states and territories In
the 1'nlted States except Nevada.
'This divorce code contains all of
the features of whleh the president
has niade reference.
'Itegardlng the crux of the divorce
question, namely, causes for divorce.
the code names aix,nnd they were
then nnd urn now kkatly In .force In
more than ninety p r cent of tho
slates of the union aiultcvy. bigamy,
felony, desertion and drunkenness.
"Tho president will undoubtedly bo
doing a good work by calling public
attention to the necessity of the dif
ferent states adopting the uniform (ll
vorce node hm a w hole . action which
has already been taken by the states
of New Jersey, Delaware apd Wiscon
sin. I trust that the president win
especially see tnat Hit code is adopted
In the Dlatrlct. of , Columbia. This
would bring about what the president
advocates, particularly an such a liiw
would lie enacti'd by. . the national
house nnd senate, representing as
nearly as possible the average senti
ment of the w hole American people,"
CAPTAIN BECK TELLS OF
BEING LOST, IN CLOUDS
Washington. Sept. 10 Captain
Paul M. Heck of the army aviation
school nt College Park, Mr., told to
day of his remarkable experience
when lie became lost in the clouds In
his biplane yesterday, while flying
from College Park to Annapolis. The
aviator. 1.4U0 feet In the air, suddenly
found himself enveloped in a dense
loud. The pressure of the air cur
rents was such Hint captain Heck a
craft rocked as a boat would In n
nigh se.i and hi- was setr.ed with a
feeling akin to sea sickness. .He felt
himself losing all control of the ma
chine, which descended rapidly for
about fjflll feel. This brought him out
of the cloud when hH had no difficul
ty In leaching his equilibrium.
CUBAN EDITOR SHOOTS
FELLOW SCRIBE TO DEATH
Havana. Sept. 1. F.rnesto Men-
doza. editor ol K.I Comitate, made.
good the name of his paper today bv
klllliu ftuilolfo Keriiiindi-, editor ol'
the Gullies de I: inn bo. Itoth paperx
ire published Weekly nt Guinea, about
forty miles from Havana. Tho men
met In a street of that town nnd Fer
nandez attacked Mendoza with a cane.
The latter drew his revolver and shot
ernandes!. The trouble arose over n
newspaper controversy.
Swimmer Falls In Attempt.
New York, Sept. 10. Allied llrown,
ominodotc of the Flushing hay dis
trict of the American I.lfe Saving so
lely, struggled for seven hours and
seven nnd three quarters minutes to
day to sw im trnni the battery to Sandy
Hook, only to he forced to quit when
within three-quarters of a mile of his
soul.' The distance to the hook in an
ulr line Is twenty-three miles.
The best saddle horses to be had In
tha city are at W. L. Trtmble'a. 113
North second street. Phone S.
DEATHS AND FUNERALS.
.1. F. Iliildlnir
J. K. Iledding of this city, father of
Dr. h. 10. Iledding of Mountainalr,
died lute last evening after a lingering
Illness at the family home, 412 North
Twelfth street. He is survived by his
wife. Mrs. J. K. Iledding. his son Dr.
H. K. Iledding, and his daughter, Mrs.
D, 1 Sterling of Albuquerque.
Mr. Hedding came to Albuquerque
a few years a-;n, after having been a
mil mine operator in Pennsylvania
tor many years. Kince his removal
e ,Po n. li,i heen engaged with min
ing Interests lu tho republic or Mex
ico. Deceased was a 32nd degree Mason,
a prominent Shrlner nnd a member of
the l oiniiinnilerv of Knight Templars.
For a number of years he has been a
consistent member of the Methodist
Kplscnpal church. The body will be
prepared for burial here, an( shipped
to the old home at lOverett, Pa , for
Interment.
:
Results From Journal Want Ads
UNIEOi
Come in
and Hear
the New
Columbia
and
Victor
Records
for
September
Mines in New Mexico, Colora
do, Utah, Wyoming and Ar
izona Invited to Participate in
Rescue Work Drill.
The mine operators of the hoi ky
mountain dlturlc. announce that a
first aid corneal will be held under
their Riisptrrs, in reoperation with
the United States bureau of mines and
the American Hod Cross, The contest
will he held in Trinidad. September
28. The conditions governing such
contest are as follows;
1. F.vcry mine operating In Colo
rado, t'tah, Wyoming, Arizona and
New Mexico shall be entitled to send
one team, the team to consist of six
members, all of .whom must he actual
bona fide employes ot the mine com
peting. 2. Competing mines must submit
their entries to the committee not
later than September 10, 1911.
3. The program will consist of five
first aid events, comprl Ing Ihe treat
ment of the more common Injuries re
ceived in mines, and one event to
onsist of the one of the mine rescue
helmet. The first aid events will he
determined upon by the Judges and
will be given to contestants Immedl-
itelv before the particular contest ts
started.
4. In each contest all teams will
compete at one and the same time,
except In the helmet contest, when
the place of the competitors will lie
determined by lot.
8. The Judges will consist of army
surgeons, or surgeons inn connected
in any wlty with any mining compa
ny Interested.
tl. .ti dais of the American Ked
Cross will tie presented in me tniit-
tldual winners of the events and
merican lied Cross tirst aid boxes
to the winning teams. A cup will
ilso he awarded In the six-men full-
team contest. This will lie competed
tor annually. Said cup shall be held
hv the camn from which the winning
team comes between Hnnual contests,
but shall become the permanent prop-
rty of the camp furnishing the win
ning team for three years In succes-
loti. Three new men must consti
tute part of such a team each year to
MILLINERY
JVIINEOPERATORSTO
; HOLD FIRST AID
. CONTEST
The ladles of Albuquerque ore cordially Invited to tile
Opening; Display of Fall Fashions In Millinery, on Thurs
day, Svl'ti'inlsT 1 I, fr"m 2:30 to S:.H ami 7 to l:3tl o'clock.
Music by ITof. I1 Minim's On lii-Mra.
mi;s. hamiF.w,
118 houth Fourth St
Something New
Every Minute
Our fall season is well under way and our line of . J
Hart Schaffncr & Marx
Ready-to-Wcar Clothing is finer than ever. We want
you to stop in and try on a model or two just to get ac
quainted. It's a little early for overcoats but we will be
pleased to show you some very classy patterns.
Suits $20 to $30
Visit our Boys' Department for School Apparel.
Imon stern,"
THE CENTRAL AVENUE CLOTHIER.
entitle said team to enter In the cup
contest.
BIG DELEGATION
WILL GO TO THE
Public Lands Gathering at Den
ver Will Give New Mexico
Third Largest Vote; Big Men
to Be Present,
Commissioner of Public. Lands P.
P. Krvlen of Santa Fe will be In Al
buquerque today to confer with Sec
retary H. II. Ilening of the New Mex
ico Itureau of Immigration regarding
the coming public lands convention in
Denver September 28. 29 and 30.
Francisco G. Tracy of Carlsbad will
he one of the prominent speakers nt
this gathering and other prominent
New Mexicans will take nn active
part In the deliberations. As New
Mexico now has thirty-three million
acres of tho public domain remaining,
she will be entitled to the third
largest vote on the floor of the con
vention. The secretary of the Immi
gration bureau has received advices
from various parts of the state show
ing that practically all the delegates
nppolnted by the governor will ar
range to attend the convention which
will discuss many matters of great
Importance to the southwest.
President Taft, Secretary of the In
terior Fisher, II. A. Halllnger Clifford
Plnrhnt and many other men of na
tional prominence will he present. The
New Mexico delegation Includes rep
resentative bankers, business men
and landowners from all sections.
Bernalillo County Lawyers
Gather Tonight at Commer
cial Club to Discuss Matters
of Importance,
The hernalillo county bar associa
tion w ill moot In rcgulnr session this
evening; In the rooms of the commer
cial club ut 8 o'clock. It is understood
that there are a good many matters
of great importance to be discussed
by the legal lights, and a large at
tendance is therefore expected.
The law library catalogues have ar
rived and can be hud of II. F. Itay
nolda. FOUNDER OF RED
CROSS SERIOUSLY SICK
Huston, Sept. 10. Fears for the
health of Miss Clara Harton, founder
of the American hed Cross society,
who has been ill at her summer home
at Oxford are not well founded, ac
cording to a statement Issued here to
day by her nephew, Stephen H. Har
ton. Send your children to MUs Phil
hrlck'K klmlerKiirten. HOH S. Fourth
St., next Monday. Million $7.,",o -r
quarter of nine weeks.
Halley Will Practice Law.
Fort Worth. Tex , Sept. 10. -I'nitcd
States Senator Joseph W. Hallcy to
day confirmed the report that he
would retire "from the senate at the
expiration of his term In 1913, and
would locate In this city.
Mr. Ilalley said he and his son, who
is now a student in the law depart
ment of the I'niverslty of Virginia,
would open law offices here
OPENING
ASSOCIATION
WILL MEET
2
FORECAST PROMISES FAIR
WEATHER COMING WEEK
Washington. Sept. 10. Generally
fair weather the coming week the
country over, was Ihe prediction t,f
the weather bureau tonight. Tin
weekly forecast savs:
In the I'nitcd States the coming
week will be one i f generally fair
weather and normal temperature over
the greater part of the country. Oc
casional showers, however, arc prob
able along the gulf and south Atlan
tic coasts and in the north Pacific
states. The next liarometerlc depres
sion of impi rtance to cross the I'nit
od States will appear in the north
west on Wednesday, pass eastward
over the midd le-wcst about Thursday
or Friday and the eastern states near
the close of the wek. It will be at
tended by local rains, and be followed
by a change to cooler weather over
the northwest and the central valley,"
If yon need i nr,Hurt-r, telephone
Ifesselden. phone S77.
SOLD FOR CASH ONLY
On nccount of th contract
made governing tho salo of
adopted Text Books, we are
compelled to sell Grade School
Hooks lor cuslt only.
STRONG'S BOOK STORE
0. A. MATS0N & CO.
FOR FALL
We carry a complete
stock of "Forest Mills"
hand finished underwear,
which should be good
news to all buyers of un
derwearwomen's and
children's sizes in many
styles, fabrics and weights
to suit the needs for the
fall and winter months.
"Forest Mills" manu
facturers concentrate
their efforts on elastic
well fitting garments that
fit close but comfortably
and are made of such qual
ities that will stand hard
wear.
We have them in all
qualities and weights in
union suits and separate
garments for women,
girls and boys.
CGLLI5TER
UNDERWEAR
a
reman -
i',0 firemen u

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