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THE ALBUQUERQUE KO.T.T.a J0U3NAU SUNDAY, JUNE 2. 1912.
.if EcoIaroVvar on the Flioo Foimnr yotii iioMK WITIIA I FLY TRAP Sff AFROTI! flEFUSES 17llTE n S R 1 0 T TO CALL EXTRA f HE17 YflflK'S MOST If W E have THKM BOTH KM A IX AXD IAUGE. Raabe & M auger j SESSION Colorado Governor Says Legis lature Would be Expensive to State and Might Pass No Good Legislation, 115-117 North Ffrrt St. ' " rboao 74. EXCLUSIVE DISTRICT Strong Arm Squad of City Po nce -Have to- Barricade Against r Infuriated Strikers on Principal Street. lo travel, but he insisted n making the trip across th mountains lo take charge of Parmalee'a body. "It's th way of tho game," win alt he would y aa he boarded, the train. hla faca aw allied in bundagna, OCCURS KILLIIJG GRADING CAMP A HEAR CHAVES George Orrr Alleged to Have Shot Mexican Laborer; Sher iff and Coroner Go io Scene to Investigate. fteettal Duyeu-b to tk Homing Jinul.J Gallup, X. If., June 1. -George Orr la alleged to hava ahot and killed i Mexican laborer, employed at a grad In camp near Chaves, this county. I ant night. The local sheriff's ofice was notified of tha tragedy and riher Iff Bob Roberta and Juatlce of the Peace Diamond left thla morning for the scene to hold an inquest anil make an Investigation. Tha name of the dead man hua not been learned. IetaUa of tha tragedy alao ar unob tainable. Tha ahc-rllT and coroner are expected to return tonight or tumor row. DEATH OF CHINAMAN START OF TONG WAR fieaUIe, Jun l.-The police are con vinced thnt Charles Kw, tha promi nent Chicago Chinese who waa '.illod eaily today a lo waa leaving trw lore owned by Goon Dip, Chinese rotiriit In Hostile, waa mistaken for .inclhnr man, pn;Wy Ooon hltnsolf, dim) ".li.it th shooting waa tha b-'irln-i.ing of the tong war that has biun f mi ri d here pvcrnl inontha. The police thua far have been tin aKi lo fasten suspioon on anyom.. , Brollicr-ln-law of Mi Klnlcy Dice. Cleveland, O., Juna 1.- Cnpt. An drew J. Duncan, agwri , brothir-ln-law of the Into President McKlnlcy, died at hl home here, tin had been III two yeara. In 1K8T Captain Dun can married Minn Koran K. McKiriley. a alatcr of the lata president. L . J !...'. - 1 A Clean Scalp Means Beautiful Hair llKKIKIDK There la nothing "jual aa good" ua Newbro'a liorli ule. home dealers will even go o fur aa to tell you thoy hiiva somuthlng better. That diul r tm a an axe to fcrlrul. You ran t atop hla grinillnu. but you ran prevent . him grinding it ut your expense. Thure la ona euro, awlft way to do It. Oo where you can get what you ask for. You won't be obliged to do thla very often, aa fortunately the majority of druj(lu are hon?et and connclcn tioua. Newbro'a Ilrrplclde hna been a long and faviratly known as the orig inal dandruff germ ditroycr thnt no ona ahould be deceived. W lira you need a hair remedy, you don't want one which "merely promiaea to kill the dundrufT germ and prevent the hair from falling. Tot. want ona thnt will do It. Herplclde doea It. The hair tiecomea bo ft and luatroua. There la life, anap and beatitv where formerly tha hair waa dad, dull and brittle. Kewhro'a Herplclde In S6e and II. 0 iae la sold by all dealera who guar antee It to do all that la claimed. If you are not aatifld your money will be refunded. AaiilU atlc.n. of thla wonderful pro ph lactic may h obtained at the beat barber ahopa and hair dreaalng par kaa. rnd ten centa In poetage or allver to The HerpU'lda ro lepl. M.. IH trolt, Mich, for a ntc,. anmple .if Her pldde and a booklet l.lnng all almut tha bair. J. U. U nieliy Co Hpeclal Agenta. . EVENT OF THE SEASON. Grand Dramatic Cantata, "Saul of Israel" (lie hf Pop2s of SL Vincent Academy M EHxs' Opsra House Kittr.zztxi Afternoon, 3 p. nu Jsn il 1912. M ceaiae M mi M MaMug'a i-cS! n: Pre$s Manicure Girls college Boys ; and Negroes Into Service to Keep. Res taurants Open.- (Br aferalag Jeamal ajimi.i Imn Wlea. lianver, Juna 1. To call a apclnl aeaalon of the legislature toj- the enact ment of a bill to diatrlbuta the good would.be to "Jump from tho frying! BIG HOTELS SCENE pan Into tha fire," aaye Governor John I i, f ac'. .BriT rieieve.. r. Khafroth In a letter ho aent today I ' ' '.' OP GREAT DISORDER to the committee from nig'hway or-I ." i gttnizatlona and the atate county com nilimlonera him. The an extra anaaion becauae of compll cutloni that might arlae upon the con vening1 of tho aasembly, Itecauae of the coat and becauae ha doea not think time would be saved over the Initia tion of a bill at tho fall election. Me cltfla that the democratic platform pledged tha party to uaa the lntornal improvement fund for good roada and then eays: "When the Eighteenth general amern bly In violation of that pledge paaaed alxty-eight billa providing other way for the expenditure of the money, I deemed It my duty to veto every one of thom and to algn the bill which provided that whatever waa left of that gum ahould be expended by the tiite highway commiagiun. . , "tit I II aeelna; my duty aa I did then. In all probability there would be con- atant warfare between tho executive and the majority members of the gen eral aaacmbly which would tend to make a long and unpleaaant aeaalon at a great expenae to the state and to the dinturbance of bualneaa condi tion. I do not want thla adminlatra- tlon to Jump from the frying pan Into the fire." IDMflfflEflS SIDED TO TESTIFY Job Harriman and Lecornpte Davis, Formerly Associated with Darrow, Are Subpoenaed by Prosecution. : ; MEMORY RESTORED TO PHYSICIAN BY ACCIDENT JWirnteg Joara.l gpeeM Uaaed Wire.) ruew.iork, June J. Polloe of the wrong rn" au uad, reoulred revol ver to keep bock three hundred hotel atrlkera and aympathlxcra .who" aa aemoied and uma . a threatening attitude after nlnfixtif Jhelr number had been arretted pegr the Hotel Bn voy on chargpg of disorderly conduc tonight. Holding the etrifcera bjck l?h puna which they ahot only to threaten, the pone retreated to the automobile en trance of the Metropolitan . club, where they barricaded thf meelvua be ilng the gates until reaeryea arrived. Hundred of extra police reserves were sent to station houses within the strike gone tonight to be prepared ror any emergency. , After the first' clash with the strong arm" men, the strikers at tempted to storm the Hotel Nether lands. Three policemen armed with revolvers stood In the doorway an-i toreatened to kill th first striker ho entered. The riot occurred In one or the most exclusive residential dis tricts ana within a stone's throw of the residence of Cornelius Vender- bllt. Traffic wig interrupted In Fifth wenue half an hour. With more than two score of the leading hotels and restaurants affect--d by the strike, the New York lurel mens' association today refused to "ntertaln a proposal of arbitration uggeted by Commissioner John J Dr. Wi J. Falrchild Becomes ealin state board of media- i i . . r. ... . ii. a.ore man seven Hundred normal Again wier vvanaer ing for Two Years in Semi conscious Condition. Ry Moral Jonntnl Kneelal Laaaed Wlf.) Denver, June 1. Hhock from pl'inge Into the cold water of thr unnlaon river caused Dr. W. J. Fair- child to loan hla memory two yearr ago and hla relatlvea believed hlrr ud unlit he walked Into hla son'r office hern today, hla self Identity hav- even nundred em oloyea In twelve hotels and restaur tn's Jolred the strike today. Manlcuro Kl::la, college rmya, negroes ind recruits from boarding; houses ina cheap restaurants were pressed .no aervice ana the employers con tlnued firm. announcement was made hv the Hotel sien s AMoriatlon this afternoon mat nil the demands of the weltem, 'ncludlna; higher wages, the abolition -f fines, better food and working "ondillons have leen granted. I-.dward Irllorklnger. secretary of th fBy Marafa g,uimm, tpeai Hang Wlra.1 lmu Angeles. June 1. Job Harri man and Lecornpte Davfa,' both of whom were associated with Clarence K. Iarrow In the trial of th Vf ... N'amara brothers, wrll be witnesses for the prosecution in the trial of Jjarrow for alleged Jury bribing. iMarriman was served with a anh. poena yesterday after the testimony oi osri h. rranfclln, former confi dential agent for the McN'amara d- lenae attorneys. Franklin lestifled mat larrow had snld he would cm from Harriman the 14,000 which waa to be uaed for the alleged bribery ot wru .-X. ixickwood. Mr. Harriman eald today that the summons did not come as a surprise to him and that he wag as ready to testify as a state witness as for the aerense. He added that he had told tne grand Jury which returned the Lhirrow indictments all he knew r. garding the alleged secret operations oi tne JUe.Namura defense. Lecornpte Davis, Franklin testified yesterday,- made a proposition to pay him $8,000 In the event of hla plead ing; guilty to the charge of bribery ana ret uai to Implicate hla employ ers. Attorney f. w. Fowler, who waa mentioned In Franklin's testimony yesterday as the man who waa said t A. K. Kruger, a MiXamara talesman. to nave onered him a bribe, waa pres ent in court this morning. He aaaerted tr.it he never had been connected with the McXamara de fenae. and did not know McXamara personally. Fowler i employed by the Pacific Blectrlc railway. Tnere was no sosalon of the court today owing to the death last night of Judge Cyrus & .Mc.Vutt. asaociated with the deft-nee and formerly an as- aociate with Mr. Darrow In the Mc Xamara defense. The trial will be resumed Monday. Ina- returned through concussion of I ' "'"national Hotel Workers' Unl in. the brain several days ago. 'm,a tnat recognition of the union Is Only one clear recollection doel ""'amount to all other deinant'a. Dr. Falrchild retain of hla nluna-e I Into th river. nil while ranch duel led that a swim might re fresh him. He remembers only of trying to get to the bank after dtvtnr In. Ills next recollection Is of cornlnifl lPlal rermprndenea t Moraloa fc.mii .... ln.,n V . - ill 11-iiiiti OI fill UUIIKr ' tr. He had been feeling ID I LIGHTNING FATAL TO riding from Delta to hb J ' . 1 . r"J HU ,U UULhAX COUNTY YOUTH o hlttimlf on a steam.T bound from IftsVn, He and his son hove figure it thnt he must have wandered nve' hhI'h and the Cnnndlan nmrthwes' r the remainder of (he time until e Injured hla head not long ago ncumdnn of the brain resulted and Dr. Falrchild was placed In a hoaoltal where he remainal for alx .'eeka When he left tho Institution he had regained his memory nnd Immedlntub lelc-gTAphed to Colorado end founi thnt his son waa prat tli-lngr. law r lenver and tint wife waa wit t'llr sun. He arrived here tod.v The phvslcl'tn Is in excellent health and Intend to return to Doltn eoon lo reunion hla pr;ict!ce of medicine MRS, OUiNN FREED FROM MURDER CHARGE I'lilcaiju, June 1. Mrs. Jane Quinn, accuat-d of shooting and killing hci third hukbatid, John M. Quinn, last Drccmtitr In hla bed, waa found not guilty today. The Jury deliberated leas tlifn three houia. The W'omar. hud tentlflrd that her husband wa killed by a burglar, Aa the wcrda, "VC find the defend ant. Jane Quinn, nut guilty," wen read. Mrs. Quinn fell In a swoon. A deputy caught her in his arms. CHILEANS SEARCH FOR LOST AMERICANS Punta Arenas. Chile. June I. Thr government haa aent warahlpa to ecu ft u for a party of American caat awaya. Thla action la In reapuiiM te a note found In a bottle on the beach which said that an American steamer, the name of which waa badly blurt-el but might be deciphered aa Viri-nra. had been wrecked off Cape Horn. "Ther, are eeven of ua on an Islet. aava the note, "w ith provision, f r one month. We have a boat but tr afraid of rannthala. fend help. Our government will pay." "Johnny, you bad, bad boy! cried mother. "What book la that you are kicking about? Aiming another blow at the tattered volume, Johnny replied: "It's The Hound of the Baskervtlles." Judge. Willie Has JarK a good reason for being aafcanted of hia ancestor? Itillle 1 ahould aay so. Ills grand father struck out four times) la a world's aerke. Philadelphia Itecrd. itaton. X. M.. June 1 oi... YVInnlflt. a young man about II veara of age. who had been working for V. A. Merrill on hla ranch near oirax. waa struck by lightning yea lerday afternoon while tending a round-up of stock and waa Instantly .ii..a. i ne horse upon which Win leU was riding waa not injured, but 'wo other cowboys, some twenty-five r thirty yards away, were alao knock ed down and daaed. The body was 'rougut to Raton, accompanied by he parents, who live at Koehler. and iy a large number of friends who wire present at the funeral. Interment took pla-9 In I'ttirnmun'. cemetery. '""'" me iat- winter the young man had attended school In Koehler nn was expecting to carry hia edu a. ion further during the coming winter. m tragedy waa a repetition of hundreds of others that have hap poned to the cowboy when guarding herd during a thunder tfjirm, com 'n without an Instant's warning; and Perform! tg most unexpected feat a The holt striking youn Wlnslett con fined its deadly work to Its one'vlo tim, neither the horses nor the cattle close by being Injured. CUUSAH BE CANDIDATE AT CHICAGO owa's Tnmary Contest for Senators,- Governor, Con gressmen and State Officers is Hotly Waged. Your Dollar Buys More When you buy a Studebaker-E-M-F "30" or Studebaker Flanders "20" you get more for your money, dollar for dollar, than in any other car built. : There may be other good cars but what is their price? "That's the rub. If they really are good cars, they neces sarily cost more because comparatively few are built. Some poor cars, you know, are high priced too, so that the dealer. can fool you by cutting the price. What acar is really worth, not what it costs, should be your standard. The Studebaker Corporation has the largest and best " automobile factories in the world. We could build and sell any competing car today for less money than its present . price. In your Studebaker-E-M-F "30" or Flanders "20" you get full value, because the biggest factories and the best brains in the industry build these cars. Studebaker-E-M-F "30" Touring Car, standard equipped, f.o.b. Detroit $1100. Equipped as above with Top, Windshield, Preat-O-Ute Tank and Speedometer, f. o. b. Detroit $1 19a Our New Art Catalogue Will Interest You Send for it The Studebaker Corporation Detroit, Michigan Albuquerque Cycle & Arms Co. R. L. DODSON, Mgr. 513 W. Central. Phone 290 ASSISTANT TRAVELING AUDITOR GUILF0IL OUT (SpMrwe te Marataag Kanta Te, N. M.. June 1 The reaig nation of T. J. Oullfoll, aaalatant trar ellng auditor and bank examiner, took effect yeafrdajt. according te a statement by Howell Earnest, travel ing auditor and bank examiner, toda v. The resignation of Mr. Oultfnll waa ac cepted Mag 1. hut waa not marie pub lie at that time. The only reason aa- alKnnd by Mr. Earnest waa Dolltloal In cature. A new aaalatant will he announced shortly. Mr. Earneal said. The effect of thw resignation comes at tha end of the examination Into the affairs of Pororrn county. The re- iwt of Mr. Qullfoil was due this mora- tng. but has not yet been received. In advance of the report Mr. Kanet as unuble to gtvw definite Informa tion aa to the financial condition of the county, but Intimated that lrrer- ularltlea had been found and that the matter would probably be taken to the court a for settlement. Bom of the '.Urged Irregularities are said to be In the vfTlce of the probate rlerk. "What would you do If roa had million dollars?', v 'Io? Hire a private secretary te anrarer fool queeUona. Boetoa Tran-script. Hfcr Moraine- Jeafaa! neaeiai Leasee Wlra.1 Dee Moines, hi., June 1. "The question of who la to place me In nomination before the national con ventlon at Chicane has not been de elded. It may not be necessary. We are waiting to see how the presiden tlal situation turns." This waa the algnlflcant statement of Senator Albert B. Cummins to the Associated Press today in answer to question as to who Is to present his name before the Chicago convention The majority of the delegates to the national convention already have made up their minds as to whom lhy will vote for as a third candidate In the event that neither PrIUtt:t Tart nor Colonel Rooaevelt is nomi nated." aald Cummins. "There Is no need for organisation -jf mv con 11 dacy at Chicago. When it comes. It will come, no matter what my frlci.ds mlKht do between now ami th time for the roll call. Neither Tart ni.r Roosevelt haa enough votes to nomi nate. The contests before the nul- n-l committee at Chicago are nf p-tra mount importance. Although a ma jority of the m. mberr of rn nitloral committee are Taft men, I am confi dent every contest will be settled on Its merits." . The campaign for the atate wide pri ma Nee Monday, which are to deter mine the republican and democratic nominee for I'nlted States senator. congressmen from eleven districts, governor, and other state and county officers, cloaed tonight with parades and, masa meetings in the principal cities of Iowa. Senator W. C. Kenyon closed his campaign at Waterloo with a maee meeting, while his republican oppon ent, former Senator Lafayette Toung, addressed his townsmen In Dos Moines. A block away In another hall. Senator Allien B. Cummins delivered an addrrsi on behalf of Senator Ken yon. Daniel Hamilton, the only demo cratic candidate for United Mle senator, remained at his home In Pig- ourney. Indications tonight were that the senatorial rontrat would te close, Both side, however, cialir net. rr. CLAUDE ALLEN GETS 15 YEARS IN PEN Wytheville. Va.. June 1 After i!e- llberatlng two hours and a half the Jury today found Claude Pwnimni Al len guilty of murder In second decree fr tha killing wf Judae Thorntoa U Maaate at Hilleville. In March. The Jury rcommaae4 that hie punishment be fifteen vein in the penitentiary. Featenre was suspend ed la order that he may testify la the ether casea. grow In eut .f IS shout ing up of th CarroU county court. 4 Chilian l oaxma fca fir,, loo. "antiagiv ChlWt Je I. The Chil ean nnrm waa opened tjday. Treei- deat La roa' n i mg- set forth the geserat prosperity of the tonntrr. , Results from Journal Want Ads PfOfJEER MERCHANT OF BELEH SELLS LARGE STORE ruendlng a few days at the home of friends in Belen. E. C. Zwelger has returned from a visit of about three weeks duration In California. INAUGURATION DATE WORRIES CONGRESS HEALTH OFFICERS ' OF NATION MEET Washington. June 1 Surgeon Gen era! Rupert Blue, of the public health service, today opened an annual con- , ference here with the state and terri itorial health officers. Anions: the 1 ' questions considered were the feder- Washington. June 1. The proposal'11 collection of mortality statlatlcs, the . I desirability of a uniform standard for to change the presidential Inaujrura- disinfecta tbe contro, of cerebroaBp,n! tion day from March 4 to last Thurs- ai meningitis, the control of typhoid AfirtlnliA r',A',nr flVnAcnii n ' APT"- aavancea oy uepresenta-1 icver, tne present measureg used MUOipnS UlUier UlSpOSeS OT tive Henry of Texas, caused consldera-jaRninst Rocky Mountain spotted fever lilnernl M&rrhnnri CO Fcth lruuu,B "na consumea srx nours na tne practical measures Indicated ..v.w.i i.ivi "nuiuu i-uiuu . time in the house today. At the con- In v ew of recent work lishment, Mande Brothers, cl1uson of tt e?,nfU8eJ debate tn,at "-'vw. , i r led in a parliamentary tangle, thef,,. house adjourned, leaving the Henry I resolution, which provides for a con-1 stitutional amendment, still under con- slderation. on typhus Being the Buyers. ISpeelal Certeapeadefe te Moraiag Jaanml Helen, N. M., June 1. one of the largest business transactions which has been closed in Belen for some time, was consummated this week, whereby Mandel! Brother, tl e pro prietors of one of Belen's leading dry goods and general merchandise atorjs, became the proprietors of the More which haa been operated tor some time by Adolphe Didier. The Mandell brothers, four !n nunr. oer, came to Belen about a year ago from Albuquerque, where they had previously btcn In business. Thfy pur chased the remainder o! the slock of what was known ss the P.eleii Mer cantile Company, which firm had been placed In the hands of a recelv er. and since coming to Belen these gentlemen have built up a very good trade. Their success Is apparent in the present purchase of a second stock. Mr. Didier la one of Belen's oldest cltlsens. he having spent many years here. He has been interested in the mercantile business which haa until so recently borne hla name for a number of years In one capacity or another, and in addition has been a wine manufacturer and merchant. Mandell r.rothera will assume th? active management of the atore as soon aa the Inventory Is completed which will be the forepart of next week. They will continue to conduct their business at the former stand, and alao at the location which thoy have recently purchased, thus operat Ing two stores In the city. A number of Indies were entertained t the home of Mrs. Uffrelng in 8ab Inal on Friday, and a moat pleasant time waa had by all. The gueata left Belen on the morning train, arriving at sablnal at 1 o'clock. They were met at the depot by a hay rack, wnlch carried them to the home of their hoeteea. The home waa very prettily decorated In lavender, areen and hlte. which colors were carried out very largely In the refreshments. Flva hundred waa played during a portion tne day. the remainder of the day being apent socially. First honors t cards were awarded to Mrs. McCoy. The party returned to Belen on the evening train, all being exceedingly well pleased wltn tbe day's entertain mtnt. Mrs. Frank U Walrath and chil dren have returned from Albuquerque, where they spent Friday en a business and pleasure trip. The Belen Choral club held a special rehearsal thla evening. The work of the club la Bearing completion, and ha pmepecta are that the first pro- grain to tie given by the organisation ce Ita Inception will be a very good one. Announcement la made that the Duke City CuM-ert Company, of Albu querque, a company of artists from thf.t city, will give a concert In Belen on the evening ee Jane 17th. Tne pro gram TMrh will be rendered will be one f merit. They will appear nader fhe aarptrea) as the Methodist church- Max r. Da I He and F. a. Fischer have returned rroni abort business trip te Albwqaerque. Miaa Marie Parrteh. of Attests, la GERMAN SQUADRON AWAITS PRESIDENT Norfolk, Va., June 1. The Amer ican battleship, North Dakota, upon passing; in the Virginia Capes today, fired a salute of honor for the Oer man squadron at anchor in Lynn Haven roads. The German ships re sponded as the North Dakota pro ceeded Into Hampton Roads to Join the other vessels of the American welcoming fleet which next week ac companies the visitors to New York. The Germans are ready for the visit of President Taft and Secretary Meyer on Monday. Kltoots Widow In S'ir TK'fer'f. Redding, Cal., June 1. Mrs. W. O. Bradford, a widow, was shot dead by William G. Landis, a prosperous store keeper of Buckeye, a mining town six miles north of here. Her house ad Joined his store. She fell dead in the dooryard with a bullet through her forehead. Landis, when arrested, said he shot In self defense. He Is a -man of gnod standing and has a wife and family. lta 1 1 road Itcrrivrrs Ralac Money. Kansas City, June 1. Judge Pol lock, In the federal courtapproved the sale of 11,000,000 In receivers' certifi cates of the Kansas City. Mexico A Orient railroad to a BoMon company. The money Is to be used In extending the line from Granada. Texas, to Fort Stockton. Texas. The certificates were sold for 8.i8 cents. Mogollon Stage and Auto Line naTLT Leave Sliver City 7 a. m. Arrive Mogollon 4 p. m. Lea'a Muaollon 7 a. m. Arrive Ptlver City 4 p. m. h pedal Cars on Beqoeac , Call or AoVreas: C. W. Harriett, Prop. Sliver City. N. M. j Hudson for Signs! Wall Paper HUDSON for Picture Frames Fourth Street and Copper Ave. I National Foundry & Machine Co. General Foundry Work, Iron and Brass Castings. BABBITT METAL Albuquerque, New Mexfeo. 1 i FT. A aTI w. X X V. X "-SBTBsxte1. A VI -.inmr i iai x. v v x v THE HAXLOJf TEXT STOVK PITH IMVO U1XDOW AXD VKSTXILATOK t aJi unJiAiiu.i. Donk Mutilate Your Tent-Duy the "Hcnlcn" Itettafct, If ywwr dealer dkiea tea taaadle thews, mm wrm a ttaa UMtest Mates) ataaa ta iwtpt of tl.OO. F. P. CANFIELD COMPANY, Inc. ALBCQCKBQla; NEW UKUOO e