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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1912.
EIGHT ft S i i i X .A 1 t ,- a.'i-i I: Crescent Hardware Company Iron tonm. ItintM House FnrnlshUig floods, Cnllory, Tools, vi.,a ami Fltilnas. Plumbum. Healing. Hp and 'npiwr Work IIS W. CKXTIWIi AVE. Pt k TKLKI'IIONK l In rooms on the- system east of Al- Th. Commerlcal club meeting, buqurrgue. ' scheduled (or last night, waa not E. C. Itutler, manager of the Albu- Held owing to a quorum not being uoroue Gail, EleO'rlc LlRht & Power present. The meeting of the city Co., returned yesterday Irom a trip council claimed the presence of Pres- " 11411 aai MtltlMIMMItt aai.i.issis Eat the Popular Ice Cream. At All Leading Fountains. Matthew's Velvet Cream I: to Trinidad, Colo. E, H. Zimmerman, auditor of the New Mexico Midland, la a business vis itor In the city today, having come up from Kan Antonio taut night. Th committee on entertainment or lu-t nliiht ivhn h full he Woodmen Circle will please take oweP nttlf ot lne Bialrs notice that the Odd Fellow' hall secured for Saturday night. May 18th. E. C. Hamilton and George Shanks, of the forest service, returned yester Ident Klrnon SSterm of the club, well as of other members. Dr. Hansen, who has been a resi dent of this city for some time, was painfully but not seriously Injured down the t the Bur nett building corner of Central ave nue and Second street. He sustained a severe cash In his scalp from the fall, and waa taken to St. Joseph's TfXEPIIO.VE OIIDKKH, 20. lay from several months' stay on 108plta for treatment. ine uzaric ano yirKuusits imuuimnvi- .j. ,t' . . I I.OST OR tTRVi:i All Elka are requested to attend PfR WITHOI'T I ARogcrs' Silverware Coupon in Every Sack of EMPRESS FLOUR Charles II f eld Co. Wholesalers of Everything IAS VEGAS ALBUQUERQUE SANTA ROSA I Primrose Butter f hi Sunshine ( Made in Albuquerque ) Butter Meadow Gold Butter LAUNDRY WHITE WAGONS Strong Brothers I tidcrtakcra ami IOjii ha liners. Prompt Hcrvlc or Might. Telephone 75. lleslilciic 6d. Htrong ItlU., Oopiwr and Second All Good Butter f 35c per lb. WARD'S STORE HOMER H. WARD, Mgr. SIS Marble Are, Phone 30. 1 In the event that you should not receive your morning paper, telephone the POSTAL TKLE- U1SAPII CO., giving your name and address and the paper will be delivered by a special mes senger. The telephone Is No. 38. .VnolU-v.nril 15.00. The above reward will be paid for the arrest and convletlon of anyone caught stealing copies of the Morning Journal from the doorways of subscribers. JOUltNAli PUBLISHING CO. COArllVIERCIA U L AT BELEW RAIDED BY BURGLARS J1RINDLE VI.I.4lt. funeral of brother W. Austin Brad- hl'M).V MtiliT. JtKWAHD. PHOXt ehaw at the Masonic temple tnis ni-ij-ja, ternoon at 2:30. O. A. Matson, exalted j rule. 1 J. A. C. de Baca left Inst night fori Harden City. Kan.. In charge of a de-' tachment of seventy-five men who go there to work during the summer In the sugar beet fields, Miss Nellie C. Brewer and her law partner, Harold Pierce, went to Banta Fe yesterday to attend a meeting of the executive committee of the New Mexico Bar Association, Rev. C. O. lieckman ami daughter, Miss Gall, returned last nlKht from a trip to El Paso, where tr. lieckman filled the Dulplt of the Methodist church Sunday In the absence of the regular pustor. All members of the Order of East ern Star are requested to attend the funeral of V. Austin Uradshaw at the Masonic temple at 2:80 o'clock this afternoon. By order of the wor thy matron. The Fraternal Mystic Circle, Bene fit Hullng No. 2103, will meet In regu lar session this evening at 8 o'clock in Its hall at 819 1-2 Kouth Second street. The attendance of all mem bers la desired. lllley Edwards came up laat nlRht from Carthage, as a guard for JesiM lOllvas, who was orouKiu nere 10 stand trial. He was formerly a resi dent of this city, and will spend sev eral days visiting old frlemls. Mrs. J. C. McClunK, of 22 North High street, who underwent an opera tion at a local hospital lant week, Is now convalescing and her ultimate re covery Is looked for. Mrs. McClung's friends will be pleased to learn 01 ner rapid Improvement. Mrs. B. J. Phlll.rlck, mother of the kimieigarten teacher. Miss Ada Phil bilrk. has Just returned from a visit 1.. I,, ,!.:. Hit friends will be plfUf- f.,1 to learn that sne nas compioieijr a quantity of llnuor from the Duffe recovered from cancer, without the j and some cah. It ix evident that th use of the surgeon's knife. 'crime was commuted by a single per A decrcA of divorce was yesterday I son, as Is Indicated by footprints whkl, -.n,i,i i.-mma Watson from Hubert were found outside the entrance ana VHt,.n the arounds of abandonment leading away from the building. Tht rvc n iici fj lilt ui 111 ic uau utr;ii u c BUST SUGAR TRUST OF SUIT BY I! IM bOVErilE T Goods and Cash Amounting to Considerable Sum in Aggre gate Stolen; Cuts Panel Out of Door, I'lwlal rorretsondenrs to Koralnc Jonraal Helen. N. M.. .May 14. A burglai effected an entrance to the building of the Delen Commercial club, eithei late Monday night or early this morn ing and succeeded in making his get away with goods and cash amounting to a considerable sum In the aggre- gnte. The lust of the club members left the building Mo.i'hiy night at about 11 o'clock, and the building wus lock ed up for the night. This mornin when the club custodiun arrived to open for the day, he discovered that a panel had been eut from the door, and tho key had been turned through this hole, thus giving the perpetrato of tho crime, entrance to the building Among other articles which wen taken were two valuable Navajo rugs., Testimony of H. 0. Havemeyer, Dead More Than Five Years, Introduced by United States Attorney, i,in f,. iiml sustained by the court. The decree was rendered by default, Watson falling to appear and answer to the complaint of the plaintiff. Attorney General Frank W. Clancy returned to Hania re yenieruu.y. position while the person returned for a second load, could lie seen distinctly, as could also the tracks leading awa irom this particular place. A number of padlocks were broken In the interior, the person having GIERKE, OGLE & DOANE Abstracts, Flr Insurance. Civil Engineering. Surety Bond , Real estate and Loans. Phone ll. Rooms 11 Btern Bldg. A o iH,Hi "S-C" Uli-.le lr Milk Mw IWth tVntiir) Milkman riffi Vn., SON K Hniiml Ml There Here! A NEW SHIPMENT OF White Hemp, Midsummer Shapes AND Panamas Mrs. A. L. Ballcw, MILLINER, 118 South Fourth Street 1 LOCAL ITEMS OF INTEREST WKATHKK HI 10111. For the twenty-our hours endum at ( o' lii k yeslerdav evening Maximum temperature, 69 degrees: minimum temperature, 45 degrees; rami), 14 degrees. Tempcraturn at C p. ni. yesterday, 112 degrees. Precipi tation, ,S of an Inch. North winds; cloudy, UKATlIint FORI.CAST. Washington, May 14. West Texas: Khu is Wednesday except fair In ex treme west, warmer In north; Thurs day fair, warmer In north and east. New Mexico Fair, warmer Wed nesday: Thursday fair. Arizona Fair Wednesday and Thursday. Ir. Conner, Osts)intli, A, Stern hlttg Ir. ScliwcntUcr, Ntiatli. Tel. 717 Wanted Clean cotton rags at The Journal office, i Vfc cents a pound. Mrs. lien Tilbo. of Illbo, was a visitor In the city yesterday. Mrs. A. V. Morrlssette returned last night from a short visit to Helen. W. S. Weber arrived last night from his home at Carthiige for a visit here. W. 11. Bpiickman and Mrs. Zim merman, n relative, arrived last night from Alumlllo. E. 1. I)u Chorine, of I)eming. Is spending a day or so here, having arrived last night. , It. It. Pollock, a well known local sheep miin, returned lat night from ix buflners trip to Mngdulena. Colonel William 8. Hopewell arriv ed list nlitht from his ranch in Klerra county, where ho hud been lor several uuy.'. Mr. Arthur (; ranr.cn, of New York city. Is the gucHt of Mlns Gertrude Trelfenberg. of C13 West Coal ave nue. Mr. and Mrs. S. F.. llusser left ye terrtay for a tour of the Santa Fe read- I several days' visit to Albuquerque. I forceci his wav Into various drawers Mrs. Clancy is expected to return tOloartn of (Ulther loot. A email poo tho capital today, where the Clancys ,)f blood wou),i Mlcate that he had SPRINGER TRANSFER CO. Haul Trunks win tuUu nn the r permaneni rem- dence during the attorney general's term of office. All members of the Brotherhood of Amerluin Yeomen are requested to meet at A. O. V. W. hall this after noon at 2 o'clock, to attend the tun ers I of Hrother W. Austin Hradshaw, which will be held at Masonic temple t J 80 o'clock, ltv order of the Hon orable Foreman, Walter Huntsman. All Masons aro requested to mee at the Masonic temple this afternoon t 1:30 o'clock for the purpose of at tending the last sad rites over the re mains of Hrother W. Austin Uradshaw. late a member of Aspen Uulge No. US, A. F. A. M., Aspen. Colo. Friends are Invited to also attend the funeral. The overflowing of an acequla near the Albuquerque Foundry A Machine Works yesterday morning, flooding the fremiti v and Inundated part of the low er rallroud yards. Two section gangs and the foundry employes worked un til daylight building a dyke to turn back the flood Into the acequla. No great amount of damage waa done. Clifford Plnchot, former chief for ester and one of Colonel Roosevelt s staunchest supporters and most en thusiastic admirers. Is due to pahs through the city the last of thia week on his way from Urn Angeles to Washington. Mr. Plnchot haa neen campaigning for Roosevelt In Califor nia for the past two weeks. The Nobles of ISallut Abyad Tem ple. A. A. O. N. M. K, are planning a Pilgrimage to Hoswell on June lllh, to celebrate the twenty-fifth anniver sary of the granting of a charter to the Hoswell temple. A ceremonial ses sion will be held in connection with the celebration at which a large class of novices will be Initiated. 11 luitrlous Potentnte Paul Teutsch, of Albuquerque, will go to Hoswell next week to make preliminary arrange ments for the event. It was announced yesterday by Itev. HuKh A. Cooper, pastor of the First Presb terlan church, that he had clos ed a deal for the purchase of the loo ser VC. ig r ranch, north of Albuquer que, which will be converted Into a dairy and truck farm to supply the FouthwcKtern Presbyterian sanatorium In this city. The price paid averaged ll'OU an sere for the Improved land nnd tin an acre for the unimproved. There In a) 3 -room adobe house on the f irm, twenty acres are In alfalfa and several acres in fruit bearing tree". Funds for the purchase of the ranch were contributed by eastern people Interested in the santorium and were scoured through the efforts of litv. Mr. Cooper on his recent trip. Injured himself while attempting ti force entrance somt where. A careful search is being made f the culprit, but on account of the In complete clews which were left, n ilvilniie results huve as yet been ou tained, although various parties arc Ktlll working on the matter. This la the third time that the Com meicial club bus been raided by burg Ihih during the past few years, th culprits getting away with a goodl) amount of loot on ouch occasion. Our Doyr department Is run o food thing. Sea ' our school suit also washable suit for the little fei Iowa. AH moderately priced. Blmoi Stern. BAH DAY AUCTION SALE Chicago Mill & Lumber Co. A. H. Carroll, Mgr. General Planing Mill. Id and Marnuette. Phone 8. The Best Place to Eat THE HOME RESTAURANT Wr-t ;ld Ave, Ni tt to I1rt National Bank TRY US At the Smart Residence Today at 2 p. m.; Third and Last Call. Today at 2 p. ill. slutrp. Odds and enda everywhere about the Smart house will be brought together; few pieces here and there; some lovely portieres; a lot of rich, artiptif china, bric-a-brac etc.; now and then a piece of furniture, etc. nil t be sold at auction today at 2 p. m promptly. Ijtst call. Come today 721 North SVrnnd street. fcMAKT AllTIOV The aweiUst turnout and caba Ir the city are at Trimble's, 111 Nort) Second street. Phone I. CALIFORNIA'S VOTE OVERWHELMINGLY FOR ROOSEVELT AND CLARK irvmtlntwf From Pure flwt WALLACE HESSELDEN CoBtrsrttura. and workmimMn AAnikt Wa guaranty mora for your nonr ham any ether contracting firm In a I .quarqu. Office at SUN PORCHES. SCREENED PORCHES AND ALL KINDS OF PORCH AND SCREEN WORK AT THE SUPERIOR PLANING MILL CPEIUOR PLAMKO Fbon S7 mix HAIRDRESSING iaiiMHHnt. Sw'ti Im- Maile ami I,yrl MllilMllllimwi, row m itH. MRS. CLAY, f ),xMt IN4.tlK-r. Results frcm Journal Want Ads (alfcup I. a "pHAHNCOALCO. Hap Stow PHOVKtl. AVnmACITT, ALL M7.IJJ, STEAM COAI. . Mill Wood. tsx-t-M-y Wood, Vrd Wood. Nstlve klmtllng. Hrtel, lire Clay, fcanus l e llrtrk. t'ummns Itrtrk. liaae nr. First district John K. Willis am Rdward W. Townscnd Hecond district GecTtie W. Gregor and Guy II. Cutter. The two district conventions were held immediately after the state con ventlon, which waa harmonious. Th Clark forces clearly predoml natej and by a rising vote the con ventlon expressed 4t preference for Clark. In Its platform the convention fav ored a s!x-enr term for pr.-sldent and Ineligibility for a second term. IMH)srVKIT MKV noiT IV WASHINGTON frTATK. Aberdeen. Wash.. May It. Two re publican stnte conventions will bi held tomorrow. The repunllcsn stat. central committee tonight ted li t 11 to M-at the so-called "hand picked' delegation of 121 from King county. headed bv ex-Cnlted Mules Senatoi John U Wilson and Samuel H. piles The HiH.st relt delegates to the state convention Immediately orcitnized t Ttl parade through the city, led b . s brass l and and completed arranae In.enti, for ho!!in a aeporate state con : vention tomorrow. 8 j Th. beat saddle korvea l be fca4 ha rtty are at W. L Tnmhle a ll Gross, Kelly & Co. (Inc.) Wholtval Omcera and Dealer In Wool, Hides. Pelts and Goat Skins K. ta Vrgwa, X. U, AttHsaaersj., W. M, Turvmcart, K. TrtaadAd. Csiaw !. M. al, Cvruoa, M. Vonh awnnd atrl 4- PlinB. a. IVIk-ste flavor rrlrsd frnt. rarrter to triamp, r. A. f'rrloa teat. C 41 A Coffo. lloav, too H. Soeood atrcr. - If yo aead a. caroontar, talepbesi HeoMlaaa, phoca ITT. (By Morning Journal Biwelnl leased Wlie-1 New York, May 1. The govern ment today began its work ot tak ing testimony ;u its suit tor dissolu tion of the American Sugar Kefining Company by introuucing stuiemenu of the former head of the company, Henry O. Havemeyer, five years dead. Its admission brought about a clash between counsel, who declared the testimony was privileged, Immaterial, incompetent and Irrelevant. United States District Attorney Wise fnHlsted that the testimony wafc material, as supporting the govern ment's contention that the company sold Its. product without protlt until It had vanqulsned opposition and then recouped by selling at exorbitant prices. The testimony which was given by Mr. Havemeyer before the congres sional Industrial committee on June 14, 1899, was udmittcd to the records, subject to the objections raised by the rtpfnndnnt's rnlinsel. According- to the printed report of the industrial committee, Mr. Have meyer admitted his company enjoyed "certain advantages" and said: "It rnr. combine different markets and offset the control of the exchange of the world which speculate lr. sugar." PANAMA ELECTIONS NEED SUPERVISION Washingtcn, May 14. President Taft has appointed a commission composed of American Minister IT Percival Dodge, at Panama; Colon' fkiethals, chairman of the Panama canal commission, and Ccd. Henry A. Greene, commanding the Tenth In 'ntry in the canal zone, to supervise tlie registration of voters and thf subsequent elections in Panama.' The president's action Is the result of the request of the government of Pnnama and the two political partlef to exercise such a course. ONE important advantage which you gain in buying your clothes ready-made, as against having them tailor-made, is the saving of time, Naturally any man who cares about his clothes would just as soon wait a couple of weeks if there's any thing to be gained by it, There isn't; we'll fit you in an hour, or less; better fit than most tailors can give you; at less money. They're Hart SchafFner & Marx clothes; all-wool, perfectly finished. Simon Sterni! THE CENTRAL AVENUE CLOTHIER Fruit avenue, whose recipe on "Roast Muskrat," secured for her a hand. some cash prize out of the $500 monthly distributed among thrifty housewives throughout the union by the domestic science department of the big packing company. Mrs. Eshel man's recipe, which will bo of inter est to her friends in this city, is as follows: Prepare the muskrat carefully. In skinning the hair sido of the feet should not be allowed to come in con tact with the flenh. Any odor that seems to remain may be removed en tirely by thorough washing. Wash the meat thoroughly, place in salt water for one and a half hours and wash again. Fill with dressing as for turkey, bread crumbs, salt, butter, pepper, parsley, minced onions, and one quarter teaspoonful of Armour's Extract of Beef dissolve In boiling water. Sprinkle with flour and roast slowly as you would turkey. In the pan put one cup of boiling water, one half teaspoonful Armour's Extract ot Beef which has been dissolved with talt, pepper, butter and a small onion chopped. Baste until thoroughly done. Beautiful hats, reasonable prices 'ungalow Millinery Phop for sale. y a Journal Want Ad. Results MILCH GQ1V S THAT ARE TOP NOTCHERS. Cows that are soven gallon miloh ers and 4 per cent and better In butter fat aro very rare in any country. Mr. Van Horn of the local creamery declare! he has secured the best herd of dairy cows ever shipped to New Mexico. Every one Is pure bred; each cow has a carefully kept record, their milk la welKhed and butter fat tested at each milking. There is no guessing, you know just what each individual cow is "'vbiclni'. These cows will be tubercular tested beio,e leing shipped and will arrive here Friday morning. If you want the best cow you ever owned be on hand or apply at the local creamery on or before Friday. Terms may be arranged with those who are unable to buy for cash. LE. ON ALBUQUERQUE WOMAN WINS FIRST PRIZE FOR BEST RECIPE For the second time within a few months an Albuquerque woman has won the first prize for New Mexico In Armour & Co.'s Kitchen Economy contest. The lucky woman this time la Mrs. W. E. Eshelman, of 1305 West Richelieu Cash Grocery 11 WEST GOIJ &VENCE. Every Day Cash Prices. Ask about our S cash Coupon Itooka. You'll always have tho riant change lor tho delivery man. icnic Hams, per lb., . 121 -2c Kingsford's Silver Gloss and Corn Starch, 1 lb., . . 1G Pink Salmon, tall cans, . 12 ancy English Walnuts. 2 lbs. for 35c I Welch's Grape Juice, qts. . 35c I 7 bars Crystal White Soap, 25c 6 cans Potted Ham, ... 25c Fancy Silver Prunes, a lb., 15c Sugar, 15 lbs $1.00 Special Assortment of Trimmed Hats Prepared Specially for Today and Tomorrow. These two days likely have a special significance to you, and we have had your interest in mind in the creation of these Special Hats. The hat you've been looking for is here. Come see it. FERN C. KING, MILLINER. COMMERCIAL CLUB BLDG. t t X ? ? ? f t y t t t t t Attractive Business Wagons. Do you get the full benefit of the money Invested In your Delivery Wagon? Ia It a fins, attractive, useful advertising medium which keep running the year round, advertising your business? If you want a business wagon that will properly represent you, and one that will glva years of service and want It at a reasonable price, call on us. We have it Albuquerque Carriage Co., I1IGII-GRADE VEHICLES. txmxicn nnsT and tijeiias Hurbank Potatoes, 100 lbs. ... lbs. Mexican Beans . -arge sire Post Toastles an Camp's Hominy, I -lb. can .$2.73 , ..25o U4c . .IOC linker s Chocolate S3r loins Baked Means 10c telns Hnked Beans, Tomato Sauce ll1 leins Baked Beans, large cans ..23c Vedding Breakfast Coffee 30r Kuner's Pork and Beans, t lba ..10c lrshlp Standard Cam S lSc astern Tomatoes 10c hredded Wheat Biscuits Ilr Sational Oats, 2s 10c i lbs. National Oats ...25c and SOr 'ottclene. medium, .50c; large .9I.3S wlft Premium Bacon, per lb.... 25c Ift Premium Ham. per lb 19c allf. Pylman Olive Oil, H pints. 28c; pints. 53c; quarts, 9 Sc. Imported Ollv. Oil M pint 2Sc mported OUv. Oil. pint o.V Maraschino Cherries, pint 45c Kins.hurg's Preserves, pints. Peaches, Tomatoes and Straw berries iic teechnut Peanut Butter, small Pay Day Specials Silk and Cotton Pongee an Rajah Worth 50c for 35c a yard. Cotton Huck Towels 19x36 for $1.00 a doz. Kid Gloves cechnut Peanut Butter, small. . .10c I f 1 fll lttor diura Hf Lood range ot shades, worth $1.25 to Large 11c Peechnut Sliced Sausage, medium. IMr rteechnut Bacon ....Mr Fteerhnut Sliced IVrf. medium ...lc Vechnut Sliced Bacon, large ....SAt tlue Label Catsup, pints Sit- Rlu. Label Catsup. H pints Mr Oc Soda Crackers 2 fur 25c Phone 235 $1.50, for 75c PHONE 283. 307 West CcairaL It