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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1911.
EIGHT
CRESCENT HARDWARE CO.
tmr, K m limine I'urul lln( ;wmU. Cutliry. Tools, 'r"a I'!,
aios aiel I'mtn-'i i iu'iiliin. Ht-alintJ, I in n,l -li" r Work.
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ABIES 7i
tiie
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I oi KTH ST.
CLEiEST ILK taJf
'MATTHEW HAS IT
Charles iif eld co.
Wholesalers of Everything
LAS VEGAS ALBUQUERQUE SANTA ROSA
!
I
Everything
. for I
Card Parties I
IT IM. I.H
New
-Popcorn
and New-
-Corn
Poppers
I Ward's Store i
MOMKH It WAKU. Ugf .
IIS Marble, Ae, flume iiOfl
.
1
LAUNDRY
WHITE
WAGONS
THE P0ST0FFICE PHARMACY
Cor. Gold and 4th. Phone 132
QUICK DELIVERY
When in a hurry call us.
. If you (ii-i-J
I UhS. Ultll, (llii
si il . tin T, leiopunnl
Strong Brothers
L'ndertskers and Euibsliueri.
Prompt Barvlct Day or Night
Telephone 7T,. ltesldelice fitld.
hi rung uilu Cvpter and ttecoud.
In lb T.nt that Tom sbnali Bot
ril yuur muralng paiwr 11.
bhoo th POST A L TBI.BUftAPH
Co, flrlDi four Dim sod 1,W
and b. ppr will b 4lt?rd at
lrlal mwwniw. Ta Ul
pkuu I No. If.
IA -K.w r4 MM
Tb ikiti rwr4 will b. hu4
tiir th ir.Hi and auavtetlns sf
turns caught aiasllng til of
th Mornlrif Journal from Ik
il.M.rw.y. of autiaorlbor.
JOURNAL I'UBLIilHlyO lAU
LOCAL HEMS OF INTEREST
WcHtlicr Itijxtrt.
For the twenty-four hours cndliiy
t 6 o'clock yesterday afternoon.
Maximum temperature, "It; mini
mum, 3-; iiiiiki', 47; temperature ut
8 p. m., r.3; mst winds, clear.
I'cilfCIII.
Wasiilnnlnu, 1 '!. III. Now .Mexho
-Fair I'liilny; In. ill riiiin In south
east t-1 1 1 1 ; S i I m il. iv, l.iir Kllniilly
v .n un r.
I'.ilr Friday s s ti 1 1 Sal kirihiy.
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Try a Journal Want Ad. Results
WALLACE HESSELDEN
(Jclicriil CoiiIpv, int.
IV.nttx uml v.ur Um.iii 'i'ii in. nit. V.'i:
if'.Mfuiilnt in.ie f.r your money than
spy inner couum inn; firm In Aihu
'jnriiii. Office M I'n- K.iifil(ir rin
tot. Mill I'lmn-
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Willi Aii!imil,
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TM.i.Y cms
JiikI nrrlvfil a tarB assort
rntnt oout.iiiiliiK pvcrytMtijr in
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Kor rrizf
novt-ltU'H 1'ir
-His asxortmrnt of
.riz-n.
Strong's Book Store
yMir Mtn" Ilm'k If You
Wuut lu"
POWELL DRUG CO.
Fonrth and CVntral.
Prompt, AccurnU Service, Im
mediate Deliveries. Mall ordera
ullclled.
Ptione IS.
Ifnucil by tlio pruhntp rlork to MIr
Cynthia Wood arid Frank l!. Anlt.
A ii'lnl tiidi'llnir of tht cnunty
riiiiiitilxHlimiTH hiiH hern culled to
mi't't in lln court luuisi- on Monday
iiiornlnK next, ut 10 o'clock.
Thn ."?iin-Si'rtnrl.iri r.itii'volcnt no-
-' t t v Will meet lit tin- Inline o Mrx.
A. J!. M. liull'. y thlH iiioriiliiK lit 10:.1M
l. Nellie lip Uie itl'fiilfK if the clinrily
I il 1 1.
i'nliiliel M. I,. Stern of the RnV
eriinr'H tntf, left lust nlnlit for Kl
I'iihii to Join (lovernnr M 111k. who In to
tm 1 1 til n I In the Mlnlehood Jubilee at
tlie I'iihm City today.
Ir Mendel Sillier of Temple Albert,
ntinotinceH that Ketvleen will be held
tomorrow evening ut 7;4fi p. m
when th,. flrHt of a Berli'H of ten wer
iimiIIH on "Maule, Minnies and Mys
lii imn" will be nlvcri.
W. (1. Aliitliiek, iiianaKer or the Al
v i . i I Hi. ulum iniiipa ny, lift lit:.:
lii.lil fur rhoeiilx, Arlzoliil. Mr. At il-
. i It wan iu t i .in :t nli'il us
J'ilNil by till IIK'I I" r, Mn . I
Mini il.uniali lluiieiu n!
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I'liby phi. i .ii. i .i I'im ut Wall' a H
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THE WM. FARR COMPANY
WluilOfiAlj will ri-lull deiiler In l'rfitl
n.J tult M.Hli. Hhihuh- Kprelultf
f or vMttl knil bORit the blgg-enl tuurket
prlri ere pnlil.
SPRINGER
TRANSFER CO.
Move Houses and Heavy
Machinery
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with us you know
you'll get your
money's worth if
we have to lose
on the transaction
V i- il.'li I ill 1 1 M Ion
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Ct T ISN'T I I A hATISl'Ai
till. THAT V'H' II WI-:
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MRS. CLAY.
110 R. ronrtli W., Oip. roslofflco,
MNICI IUNO
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FOWLER 10 FOLLOW
Cominissiocr. Valontine Here
to Investigate Charges of
Special Officer Johnson
Against Supt. Crandall,
That the eenatlonal f hitrgcs nuule
recently by V. K. Jnlmi-on. h former
speel-il officer of the Indian eervice,
atl'eetlnK certain olllilals of the de
partment, are reKpntieible for the un
expected visit to Aibii'ineraue of Com
missioner of Indian Atiair Kohcrt O.
Viib-nllne. In evldem-cd by oertiiin
events which traiisplrt-d yesterday
and liiHt nlicht.
Coipcblent with Commissioner Val
entlne'e arrival In the city, ther. came
alKo Mr. Johnnon, whone charKea hnve
caii'ed a treniendmis mir and which
Hlrrady have reunited in th- filint- ot
a r.O.noo anlt fur criminal llhel
aK-tinst him by one of the men he uc
cuHed, C. J. Cramlall of Stinta Ke,
impenntendcnt ot the I'nlted stated
Indian Hi bool there, There came also
10 the city, MIk Clara Trim and .Miss
hTUaneth llryan of Kspanola, who
are eiiid to have -oipplled Mr. John
Hon with Home of the Inlormatlon
upon which has charne are based,
and who. It is understood, furril-ihed
the bond for hi releae from Jail,
followlnn hie arrest on the criminal
libel charge.
The pn-mnr- In the olty of J. Tt. F.
Oleaver of Denver, and l-.'.'T. Wilson
and M. T. XeUon of New York. 1m also
believed to be In connection with this
cnc, thoiiKti the Kentlcmen denied
any knowledRo of It last nlnht when
Itilervlewed nt the Alvarado by u
Mortilnit Journal representative. It If
said that the tetitl.iii.-n last ntfmeil
are either aecret service nKonte or
lawyers reprencntlnic officio 1st of the
Indian service.
The fact that Cninmlssoner Valen
tino rind Mr. Johnx.in dined at the
same table yeeterday nnd wer,. Been
loKi-ther tlurliiK the afternoon, lend-"
confirmation to the report that tin'
Indian t'oitimlaaloner Is hero to hold
a conference with the parties con-i-erned
In the cu.se with a view to
inaklnK a thorough imefitiKiitioii of
Hie charKcH.
Tim parties nre all stoppitiit at the
Alviirado and lnuHiiuuh um Mr. Val
enliite will be In tin- city over today,
11 is expected somelhliiK that will
transpire.
liH OFFICIALS OFGANDIDATE DUHSUM
E
MALBUQUEROU
LUST HIGHT
Fresh Fiom Campaign of Dem
ocratic Strongholds He
Claims His Election By Over
Five Thousand Majority.
II. O. Tlnrsuin, candidate for gov
ernor on the republican ticket, ar
rived in Altiuo,uer!ue laat nisht from
eastern Nt-w Mexico and lt-ft on the
nldnlKht train for Ijh Cruces. where
lie is scheduled to deliver an address
today.
Fresh from a strenuous campaittn
trip thronj-h the democratic atrons
holds of yuay, Cuadulupe, ltoosnelt,
iMaaves, Kddy and Curry counties, Mr.
lii.rmmi in supremely confident that
the people of New Mexico will i;lvc
him a majority of at least 5,000 at the
polls on November 7. He bases thin
belief on the uniformly friendly re
ceptions which he says he has re
ceived in every phu visited on the
present tour.
According to Mr. Itursurii. the peo
ple of eastern New .Mexico, were ex
tremely friendly, and while he does
not claim thai ho will carry any of
the counties in the fifth Judicial dis
trict, he doeu expect to set ii larncr
vote ithiih.aiiy republican candidate
has rei-ehe,! there in recent ywiirs. In
Curry county especially, Air. ltursum
cl.'ilnis fil have found an exceptionally
liirve -number or voters friendly to his
can.llil.t. y. ,
Other members of the Ilursum
party, however, are not so optimistic,
and several of the Kentleiiien who
made the lour, but for obvious reas
ons did not cure to be quoted, did
not hesitate to express the opinion
that the eastern New Mexico cam
paign of the republican leaders was a
political mistake in that it only serv
ed to add fuel to the democratic en
thusiasm and will inevitably result In
brliiKin-t out a larger democratic vole
on November 7, than would other
w ise have been posslblu.
I i
I Rare Bargains in
i
Heating Stoves
re
Stove
They
dosing our at roek bottom
that were left over frmn our
undamaged and will b.
are
prices a lew Heating;
lire ot last summer.
as serviceable as new
X
ones.
because
in a
.-lose tin in out
only bright new
see these stoves today
hurrv
Knods in
They'll
SEVEN LAKES OIL FIELD.
HE NATURE OF
L
BY
DATH REALIZED
BOY
fine oil claim in the Seven I-nkes
oil field may mitke you rich. I
have sixteen locations that must be
located In the next five days. This
I, in. i Is lu Hie In-art of the Seven
Lakes nil field. lirillittK machinery
is now lieiiin set up within two to
thro.' tulles of this land. This is your
last i banco to not in on the ground
floor at. Ibis price, SIi. Send check
.r draft t V. I'. Heed, oi l ice with
l.earicfil l.in.loiiiaiin, 2 ' r. Y:-'t
avenue.
COMMERCIAL CLUB
Youthful Witness - h Larceny
Case Savs It is Not to Take:-
tin; Name, of ' Goii Vail
: (Iocs to Juri, :- . :
IS 01 THE JOB
We're determined to
we propose lo nae
our new store. Better
bp t?one if you delay.
If you war.t to see the best there is in heating stoves;
and if you want to know why they are th" best, come
in and let us prove to you the superiority of tlio famoiK
Moore Air-Tif-ht Heaters.
These Moore Heaters arc not the lowest in price but they
are. nevertheless, the cheapest in the end. That's because
they Rive a maximum of heat for a minimum of fuel, unit
because they'll be In good condition years after a cheaper
stove lias worn out.
The Futrelle
Furniture Co.
3l.1-3l.t'VPM Ceil I rul Ae.
e444't
ALAM0G0RD0 HEARS
FERGUSSON AND
FLOOD
Rousing Democratic Meeting
Held There Last Night, at
Which Issues of Campaign
Are Ably Presented to Voters,
Rperlal Dlnpiitih lu
Alamoi'Kordo, X
fore a liiu auilioiice
il.-iuociats ami many
Hi Miimliui Jonnall
M., Oct. 1a. lie-
mpiisoil o I
pulili
re
a lis,
Fer-
4,
I lie of I lie nu, SI ,1'
llions for the saltctil;
oil 111 e public court
iiesJi. was kIvoii at
SANTA FE ROUTE
A siore w lier,. tin Ii
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..a ami KIM- i u i a.i.
' in ,. S'l VI. i: lb U oii w ,
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WIN'TMl!
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old have I I
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5? FUEL
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m:v
COMPANY
COAL,
and
WOOD
Phone 2SI First and Granite
Cross Country Aviator Sails
From Pasadena This Morning
On Long Flight to Eastern
Seaboard,
III; MornlnK Jimrniil Hiieilul Iiiwil Wlr1
I .oh Aimeies, Cai., Oct. m. Aviator
Hubert il. Fowler slarted today on his
second iitli-in,l at flyiiiR across, the
continent. Atlsliii! from Willslilri'
Field shortly before sundown he is
ceiiiled to an altlludo of l.fltltl feet and
sailed inviiv for l'asadena, nine miles
ill.taiit. whore he said he would spend
Hie nlnht. The descent was made
with safely and tomorrow the Journey
east ward will be resumed.
At one o'clock tomorrow afternoon
tin special train bcarltiK the aviator's
mother and mechanics will leave to
follow up the air men.
Fowler will attempt lo follow tin
S.inia Fc railroad lines, crossing the
mountains ulmiK Hull route.
i r.
to.K.y
TI I. tfhS. 11.1.,. 120.
French &Lowber
Funeral Directors
and Embalmers
IjiiIv AssIhIhiiI.
Oil. I'll T il AMI CI . NT It U..
otfic.. riione r.no.
I la ot After Wllxui's (ioat.
Adrian. .Mich., oct. 1 !'. MIohiRan
ItnptlHts want I'lisuielit lull lo rc-
nioe from office Secretary of Aurl
i iiltiirc Wilson because of his appear
ilice Ht the ItreWcrs Coinelltioll lit
Chicago. " i
0. K. Transfer Company,
A general transfei business
conducted.
Pt.one 411
l'TTY HKCHKM, rrtip.
Suits $20 to $40
Overcoats $16.50 to $30
..r'.r , C..: Ht-e-V- ) H
$15 S1 6 50 and $1 8' We se" ever-yl,1'n9 or a ome 'rom hc cemcn 'or '00
my tu inu Viuuioii ii ii, u iiiiiiii.
r Mil a wit.
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nV .liii-ta. 1 1 if ir
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SUPtRIOIl LUMBER AND CO.
t t .tkv..!..
Big
Dovcliipnicnt Campaign
-Be Staitcd Right After
Election Says President Stem.
mat Iv.iUlo if Hu
nt an oatli t il
rooin by a wil.
the ilistiict court
eslt-rday by little Camllilo M iblnldo
of l.lzarra, who was teslltyimr fm-tlie
Itrritnry In the case ot lianiel San-
oval and Kll'eao Mleero, iliarKeil
w 1th KtelllillK two MoalS lieloni-llllt to
the l.uccro boy'y father. C.iiulido as
laced on the stand and uvurii. lie
a younitsier not mole Hutu ll'yeais
of iirc. v.-ho was aclliiK as neiuc:
when Hie dot'i itdalitK made their a!
ee( descent upon the flock and
killed two.
The (Uestinn was raised, as soon us
the youn-jsl.i- was put upon mc-utmi
as to tile cotnpetelicy of bis lestimonj
becKlise of bis lender years, and "
examination was Immediately pone
IhroiiKh Willi by JudK'e Abbott, Ils-
trict Altorney Klock and Modesto C,
rtl. terlitiK the Utile fellow's know
ledge.
"What do ypu understand nbi.tit
the rant tity of an oath .' wmr tue
tiestlon asked.
Yotiiiir Camlldo thouulit a nuniiie,
and then In a manner as canaid asms
name would Indicate, said; "Not '0
take the name of Cod In vnln." In his
address to Hie Jury Attorney Mot
Impressed this upon the minds of tt"'
jury In no mlstaknble manner.
The court was o.-ciipieii nil iai
yesterday with Hie eonsmei.nion
the ;oat theft case. It was dark be
fore JmlKe Abbott finished rending
his instruct inns to the jury and the?
filed Into the Jury room to coiisldi r
H.eir verdict. After belnp out about
two hours the Jury returned a vc
o not Kiiilty.
The
( 'i. mini i t ial Club Is not
i.slei p," laid rresideiil Simon Stem
of that oi'KOiilatlon yesterday. "S'f
are h"hliiiK directors' nieetlni; ,'tmlat
tf lidlmj busily to the busltlosH of the
club; and Immediately after election
Ik over we lire k1iK to starl a lively
campalKii for prm-ress In the city and
loiiniy."
Accorilim:' lo .Mr. Stern then- Is a
lot of work which the dub must do
Ibis year nnd the directors; and offi
cers are layinir plans for a viifornnr
onmpalKii for the execution of a lot
more of "our policies," of the utmost
ituportnnco to the city,
Congressman -M. I. Flood, II, I
Kilsson, deiiiiicrat ic noiiiiiieo for onn
jross and other candidaies on tin1
democratic state ticket, discussed tin
Issues of the cainpaiKH here toui)ht.
Tlio spealieis u cro I' i'i-i noli t iy ap
plauded and made an excellent Im
pression. CiiiiurcsMiian Flood nr-
t'.'iiKtied the republican party and Its
record in New Mexico and annealed
in the democrats and all republicans
who wanted an honest iidministration
of affairs in the new state to vote for
I he ticket headed bv W. C. McDon
ald, democratic candidate for gov
ernor. He also urme'd the adoption of
the "blue ballot" amemlmeiit to the
fitnte constitution. Mr. Kemusson
spoke witli his usual clortucnce and
made many friends nmoim the uu
ilo lice.
' A special train was run to this city
from Tiilarosa, biin-'inK several hun
dred voters.
The republican candidates on the
state ticket will visit AlamnrRordo on
October 2j.
R0DGERS FLIES 100
MILES IN 95 MINUTES
Waco, Tex.. Oct. 19. C. P. Hodtfori
the aviator, enroll) e from the Atlnntl
to Hie Pacific coast, flew from Dallm
to Waco today, one hundred milin in
ninety minutes, landing at I o'clink
this aftcriioon. His only slop whs m
llillsboro, thirty-four miles north of
Waco, where he replenished his (-iiso-line
supply,
ltefore tilichtinir, lloditers circled 1
down town office biiildiiiH twice, mad'
a perilious dip and flew around tlm
city, , descending In his fluht Just
above the house tops. He will resume
his journey toinorimw mornini:, with
Austin. 10X miles distant, as the next
stoppiim place.
Hotel Royal
319',i South First Street. Nice rooral
for nice people; clean beds for deal
people. Hates reasonable.
FOR SALE
My .10-nere. ranch,
try. bvo mn ut 'Hi
I test In the Colin
West liold.
C. E. GLECKLER
MYSTERY OF GIRL'S
DEATH BOARDED
Ctdd weather comiiiR. liny Ccriil
los Coal, Hie N'st for your money
Halm Coal comisiny. l'lionc lit.
!
BY MINISTER
BRAND ROYA
ARCH
rdict
WOMEN'S BIBLE CLASS
L
CHAPTER ELECTS
OFFICERS
Annual Convocation of High
Masonic Body Held Yesterday
in Albuquerque Temple; East
ern Star Also in Session,
!
Melinn In
ftomie CAI I CCCQ flWltbe Masonic
UftllJ I ni-fc. vo-wuiu" . ,;r.
The liiterdenomlnatlon.il Ilible
class of the women of the city, which
met last year on Friday, will resume
its liieetniK. opentiiK te fail session'
Hils nftemoon at o'clock at the V.
W. C. A. Ott inB ti the conflict of the
Women's dub the time of inoetinR
hcrciittir will be channel!. It Is Im
portant for all who expect lo Join the
class to lie at today's meeting prompt
ly, as th,. onestion of the change of
tin..- will be diM iisscd at' the openinw
of I he bo 1,1 '.
lass -,
w ill
Fibril L$
I! ::::rv:r mm coal co. s:::
12 J S. heooo.l M
I It V. tiobl
t
.
(.ili.ll I '.in ,i 11 Hill VVIU. vv.
I'tlONF t.
1 lift I' l l C, M l, Wl s, hl l'.AM OMIi.
Cao, Mill W....I, r.-.e,,i , ud, t oi, WhihI, NlilUe U nulling,
!- , 1 lie tlay, S.iott l e Ilili U, t 0111111111 Hiick, Mme.
lire
tre - nl4e
Fell'
mr ,
slop
,11'eS .
toils ill S
Tim 1
I lie 0111
for Hii
1'iopbet-'
III. I11O. I I
Ii ,1 U 1.
Il
,, that the announcciueiit
ii.lv will be made. The so.
, . I'.oimle w 1th a brief n.l-
Icad. r on I w o 1 .sven-
,1 1 li o I h."
,1,. class is open to all of
1 ..I' Hie oil v . The course
-ir will be "obi Testament
There H no ice mr cms.- (
n.itTiil 11. Hiinyan is
annual convocation m
temple in this city, the
rand Hoyal Arch Chapter ot .Masons
yesterday elected oHiecrs lor the cttr
sltlltt; voir as follows:
lir.ind lli;h Priest S. Spliz, Sauta
Ke.
Deputy tlrand IliKh T'ricst C, O.
YouliK. id All,iiiiierfue.
ill. ill, 1 KltiK Nathan J.ill'a, of Uos
well. , '
(Stand i-'cillie A. W. I'oIIm. of
la ininn.
(Irand Treasurer A. J.
A llill.Uel'i lie.
lira ml Secretary A. A.
Alhiuiicriiuc.
Last nivbt the api.ointi
ee a nuoiiii--eil, lollowini.
Installation of the officers
and the convocation adjourned .
The order of Hi, Fastein Str also
11 iitiiitie.l Its Hi aiul cha pier sessions
estelllav'. - lii. il will continue over
iola . Mam ii:-ml.. is 1 1 d o. or
New M.xi.'o "are in attendant e. "if.-
M.Hoy, of
Keen, of
11 officers
which the
took p!i,o.
'i lie. dim i ho out hi sTltA.
I'r. i 1 1, Mmiii's orchestra iuinmhes
the but music for dances and eon-
ts. L, : i.s on I. din. Piano and
n i'i U '!n Ap;lv Metropolitan hotel.
1 01 s ,.-
elc. 1. .1 I."
No. 1 ,
lion to Hi
nicinl.ei s
n!K all
1 II mini; . I'!' Wll I e
. Toiu;i;l A .;.! flii.pi, r
S.. ', ll! . lol'-r a leeei-
isitiiii; ladn s. All )b
i of the l ll.ipt, I' illnl espel i-i-llill''
vi ;l.'l's ale IllVltce to
I he
1:.
Boston Police Seek Clergyman
of Cambridge in Connection
With Murder of His Former
Sweetheart.
I Mr Morning Journal SnecMl I.amiI Wlre.l
lloston, Oct. 10. Chief Duuan liml
Deputy Watts of the lloston police
early today went to a bouse in l.rook
llne' where Reverend C. V. T. Hiche
si n, the Cambrhlifc elerKyman, has
boon in retirement since the murder
of his former sweetheart, Miss Avis
l.innell, last Saturday nlMlit, and de
manded admittance for the purpose
of iiticNtiniilnK the Hevcretul Hicbc
son. The officers were unable to Kain
admittance. They ranir the bell un
til they claimed that it appeared to
he disconnected, and then the of fi
ll era state the telephone was discon
nected around the hons,. and said they
would stay until they omild pet inside.
It was Intimated that the discov
ery of new fuels in connection with
elrcunistuiiocs surroumlinK the deicli
nl the Kill, who took cyanide of pot
assium. hclicvinK it to be medicln.',
caused the visit.
The officers visited (be home of
Moses OTunt Fdniiiiiiis, mc fin her of
Violet Filiin.nils, to whom the Hevt r-
i lid M. Hlelicson is hclrothed and
where he is stoppinK, uccoinpanied by
ji stenoKrapher.
Miss I.inneirs death lias caused a
sensation bj- the mysterv surround
Iiik it. She Is believed formerly o
have been entrayod to the Hcvorond
lin bison, but it is s lid the i lim.Ke
inent was broken mid ,(t(.. tin- chr
uyiuan hecamc cnnaucd to Miss K,;.
inends.
Friends of the minister, howev, r.
lave inslsicil in pnldic st;itmcils
,lat no ena.mt'ii.ent with .Miss i.iiuiel.
. or exist d.
PINE
Blankets
AniiuiK tlio makers of IJltinU.
els, two In luiitlciilur enjoy un
usual rcpinations for the ipial
ity nnd clutrai'tcr of their work.
Vxn Invesliiiiitioii w i'oiia'l
those! reN,its wen corwt,
vvei w ent tn ooiiKidcriible I rouble
to secure these lines lo sell In
Albuquerque.
Thoo who enjoy the lim""
of fine hlankel.s, with ll" Hk'"'
iknh of weight and warinili il''
van only he ilorlvnl from
blanket nuidei rrom ierfe'll)'
clean wool, will nppwlalo l''ls
quality.
The 8le rnneo Includes ten.
eh'ven and tnt-lvc (iinrier.
Prices consistent willi K"
lnerchandisi'.
hnI
; Men's and Women s
j Night-Wear
T naniielctlo Malit-Kols Hnd
I V11 Junius for men nnd
lire lu re iu full s.l.o must- lw"
J ler wli-t rciooiiably soon w11"'"
X "10 assort inenm lire Inlacl. .
i
lTiivd at liml
FERGUSON 8
tr.l tins
held ill
M
nil film I In
osollie tellil
hu ll will
The best saddle tiorses to be had In
ihe city are nt W. M Trimble's, US
North SccouJ street. Ph. me S.
PHONES
501-502
BRYANT'S
Messenger!.
Qnlc rurcrl Jl. and
IGOLLISTER

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