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cam THE ALBUQUERQUE KORMr.'G JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 1912. 7 E T CATHOLIC BAZAAR CLOSED TO TRAVEL TlffSMOnn LAST CLEARED UR VESTERDAlf ' CLOSES; HIGHLY j Embargo Put Into Effect Until Santa Fe Again Running Trains Four Days' Event Proves One of Most Enjoyable Affairs of , It Can be Determined How Over Rio Grande Division Badly Piers Have Settled and Without Detouring; Passes Week; Handsome Prizes Dis What Damage Is Done, gers Accepted for All Points. tributed. , ' ai 1 -(, at ."' If- , ' f V . ME ISSELDEr USHOUTA SUCCESSFUL ttttttttttttttfttttf tsltstfUMOMM bm3mf a Ma If. I l . . A t '., ! t 4 " mm . i , ::' - .. j. -4 ( - ft t. The handsome new steel brldg across the nio Orande at ISarelas, la closed to traffic for at least today, poaslbly for several dava more. Thla embargo waa placed In action early thla morning by order of Court. Surveyor Kit Hoes, and wuh m.d as a result of damage dorm to tno structure by the present flood waterj In tho Rio Orande, which it spans. The bridge esUrday settled about a foot at on pier, tha second friiti tha west bank of tha stream. Tha settle ment waa due to the fact tlmt thla Tier had received tha brunt of the; After being compelled ever alnce Monday morning to send all freight or passengers for El Paso north from thla city via Rlncon. Dentin and the Southern Pacific the Ssnta Fe la aruln runnliifr traini regularly over Ita own track Into El Paso. Tha cause of tht detour and consoqucn delay waa a washout at fielden, Into which a freight train ran early last Monday. The waahout haa not yet been re paired, but with the aid of a pile driver from the Punhandle division a team ahovel from the Colorado dl i VImIijii Ann tovDrnl tralna nf rln r-a n . .V. '" u,fl.(,m northern New Mexico, a ehoo "" "' mvvwj ny haa been built about th uiicu uui some 01 lis support, ctu far aa can be aeen tha pier aettled wralght, and If thla contlnuca to be be case, or no further settlement takea place. It will be possible to re store the bridge to a level with com print live ease. The amount of damage done has s not yet been ascertained, nor will It bn possible to determine thla aeou r t ly for a day or two at least. The bridge waa In no Immediate danger of going out last night, but It waa thought that travel over It might cane tt to settle further, and all pos sible precautions are being taken. The pier In question supports one end of two spans. Both wore allowed to sink dp, e hat when It settled, but not enough to stop traffic. Th river la slightly lower thin W wi, Friday, but the washing effect of the current Is very great. Strenu ous efforts are being made., nnd were made all day yesterday, to prevent the current from completely cutting the west approach of the bridge and stopping communication with the west side of the river. The protective work at the bridge end Is also to preevnt the river from so far changing Its channel as to leave the bridge high and dry. The rlver flow, since the wing dame above have been partially de molished by the current, haa edged In more and more toward the west era shore, and has sliced out a huge taction of the bank there, fully hundred yards In width and of much sreater length. As tr- current rum down tha west side of the river. It inoets the protective work done at the bridge approach, and swings out Inward the center and under the first f'W epsne In great rolling whlrla of water and foam. The current runs Very swiftly at this point, and because of the obstacles placed In Its path, irountg nigh on the bank of the ap rfach, which has been the bank of the river for several days past. Much expensive piling has been waxhed away. The protective work now being done la largely composed I bundles of brush, sacks of sand uiio gravel ana Deems, wired Into .1 mattress with heavy wires. County Surveyor Roes .id lni,t n'ght that with the resources at hand It w next to Impossible to attempt any measures for preventing further eitlon of the current on the bridge pica affected, and that all that could he done to wait and se what the river would do. 1 declared that If the pier settled straight, aa It had started, the bridge could be easily l 11 lied again, and that unless It kept fcn going down, not much damage would result. If It settles In a line out of plumb, matters will be very dlf. ferent. and two spans of the bridge n ' be left without support at one end. I e break " enough to an embankment strong carry trains. The first through train was run to this city yesterday, but Was "delayed until after 10 o'clock In arriving. more than four hours behind the schedule, by high water, consequent sort track, and numerous work trains. word has been sent along the line mat the road will again accept j-'ns-engers and freight for all point. In cluding those between Rlnaon nnd Us Cruces, and thlnga are scflllns down to their everyday ways. General Manager Fred C. For re turned last night to his headquarters at Amarlllo, and General Superin tendent J. M. Kurn will leave the scene of the wnshout within a day or two. Koth Officials have been aetlv. ly In the fight to restore a clear line. The Catholic ladies' baxaar closed last night and waa pronounced Ly tht ladles in charge to have been one of toe most successful ever held. Aa was expected, the closing night of the affair drew the largest crowd which also proved the merriest of the week, and fun reigned supreme from early in the evening, until midnight marked the end. The many elegant prizes offered those who invested In tickets with a view to sharing In the distribution, were awarded last night. The ladies are aaid to have clear ed a substantial sum for the Immac ulate Conception church as a result of their efforts. More Time for Shopping and Visiting If There Is a Gas Range In the Kitchen Time in Your Kitchen LOCAL GRAND ARMY MEN ENTER PROTEST WITH COMMANDER POLICE CHIEF RAIDS . DENVER RED LIGHT Denver, June J. Ixmlel M, Sulll jin. who at noon yesterday was s'viin Into office us sheriff and rhl-f f police of Ih-nver, at inldnUht raided I'te rewru In the up-town district and placed the Inmates under arrest. He l'set the c-afea In the business dls tri. t as rapidly sfler mldnlcht as waa p..nlile for him and his deputies to ret to them. i HI Btrlka Threatens Mexico. Mexico city, Me.. June 1. Reo reaeniatives of about (0,000 textile workers In lit factories throuahou ins country nave delivered an ultl matum to the operators, giving them fifteen days In which to accede to tthe demands of the laborers for a uniform wsge scale. The ultimatum la the result of inaction of a commission an pointed some months ago to aettle a general strike and draft the scale of wagea. a atrlke would' throw 11.000 men out of work In Mexico City and s.vuu in me city or Fuebla. Aviator Arrested on Digamy Charge. i-ii.ioku, june i. JiiiHf J. Ward, an aviator, was arrested today, on marge or Digamy. Ills wife. r Maud Mae Ward, who yesterday sued mr annuiiment or her marriage, caused his arrest. Mrs. Ward chur?e.1 In a warrant that her husband had a wire living when he married the .:om platnant on April tt, Mrlk Itrcaks In Indiana, lerre ttaute. Ind.. June I. Indiana miners and foal operators have signed new wage scale for two veara n,i the strike condition, of the last nine weeks which has affected IS. 000 workers, has been broken. Lenders of the mine workers are claiming victory In obtaining better worklnc conditions, while the operators won their contention against weekly pay. Mn.Hiien Ita Hot on Htrlka'. Chicago. June 1. The ballot, tt about IGQ.000 shopmen employed on railroads west of Chicago on (he question of striking for different working conditions, were recet-, I in. day at the headquarters of various In ternational unions. It will require severs! days to count he votes. I'nlon men believe a srlke s prolialile. 1 Yesterday, J. M. Muggley, post com mander of the O. K, Warren Post No. t, O. A. It., received a telegram from A, D. Iligglns, of Las Vegas, the atate department commander, stating that he (Hlgglns) had selected Raton, In the northern part of the state, aa the next meeting place for the state en campment, and naming Wednesday, June 6th (only a few days off), aa the day tor the convening of the encamp ment. Several local G. A. R. members are dissatisfied with the action of Depart ment Commander Hlgglna In naming Raton as the place of meeting, stat ing that It la a move to further the candidacy of a Raton man for state commander, and also say that he (Hlgglns) should have Issued a regular department order some time ago nam Ing the town and data of meeting and not to nave waited so short a time before the meeting of the encampment and then promulgated hla announce ment by telegram. H. B. Stewart la one of the local veterans who la pro testing against the action of the de partment commander. Yesterday afternoon. In conversation with a Journal representative, Colonel Johnson, of the local post, stated that while It la true Raton is not so cen trany located as Albuquerque and other cities he saw no aoorf reason why Raton should not have the en campmenl. although delegates from this city and south of here would be at a greater expense should they at tend the encampment. He thought Commander Hlgglns made a mistake In not making hia announcement sooner, as he feared now the time f meeting too short for many to make the trip. A Special meeting of the local post waa held last night, but what action was taken in regard to the matter, or wnetner delegatea were named to at tend tn.-j encampment from the Q. K. Warren post, the Journal was unable to learn. W0 BROTHERS ON TRIAL AT R0SWELL FOR KILLING MAN KccIimi city Cornea In I'or Itcprnl. Washington, June 1. The repeal of he Canudlan reciprocity HCt will be offered i,s hn amendment te ec.ch tariff revision bill brought up In the senste, according to a plan announc ed by Senator Uronna of North l;i. kota. Another Death front Aeroplane, Seattle. June 1 The second death renultlng from the accident at The Meadow, when J. Clifford Turpln'a aeroplane dashed Into the grandstand occurred tonight, Raymond Chapman. 10 years of age, dying of a fractured skull. All the other Injured will recover. The time you must spend in the kitchen can be reduced just about one-half if your Kiicnen is equipped wun A GAS RANGE No time is lost starting the fire, nor is any lost waiting for the fire to come up. I When You Are Ready the Range Is Ready A second after you light the burner, cooking can be started. It matters not what kind. Whether it be the lady of the house, or the cook, she can do all of the cooking in less Time ana very, very mucn oetter u there is A Gas Range In the Kitchen II i I 1 1 1 1 flf n I r I . 1 r ifn nl r Ai Th II Cn mK ii t I III - f II I II I I II 1 1 II I llTW Vf II II llll II IlllftaW II f I II II II i - z I X II IIV1 111 llu JIIUI II II 1711 . 11.11 II lr . M II 1711 11 1 r 4 III sasr a-a. g w U WU. U V ''W U U 1 I II I f .. M ' z . t Spend Less m s I - - ... ' ' 'V The Gas Comp any PHONE 98 3C J LOCAL AND PERSONAL Ever Look at It That Way ? Some folli go on clogging their lyttrm and drugging their brains day after day ith tea and coffeehalf sick most of the titne. Thty wendet what balb their plant and keeps them down. Supctr you slop tea and coffee 10 dayi and try POStUM and learn what a difference it makes to body and brain to use a food drink in place of t drug-drink. "There's a Reason" Postura Cereal Co.. Lid.. Battle Creek. Midi. Iftpeclal CermpeadeM la McaVaa Jearaall luiHwim, j. ai June 1. Klowly the tale of the killing of Wilson Orr at Henna last spring. Is being divulged. I-em Crosby and W. It. Scott, cash lor of the Kenna bank. ant CV.natiihla K. Wolrldge, were on the atand yesterday. Crosby and Wolrldire test ified that each saw Ilaysell Smith with (tin In hla hand at the time, and rosby swore that he saw Ilaysell do he shooting. So far no damaging vidence was brotiKht out to convict the other brother, rtovit Smith Mr. Scott testified that the Smith brother Dill their vim. In Ih. Hank suit shnrtlv after th. klllln Several north end of the county eople are in attendance at court, curing the trial, which will continue over Into the mldcile of next week. - Iloiirnp I rgea Direct Flections. Denver. June 1. Governor ihaf roth today received a letter from rnlted States Senator Jonathan Hourne. Jr.. urging that every effort be made to pledge candidates for the legislature for the federal amendment for popular election of Cnlted States senators. Its says the fight Is not ended and that thirteen states can prevent the change. Sixteen IN-rmmrt Hurt In Wreck. Anarortes, Wash.. June 1. The day coach of the Great Northern paaaen ger train running between Burlington B H it k . ... . . ! irn me rails one mile -p oi mis city tonight and sixteen persons were Injured, none fatallr. The accident Is believed to have been due to spreading ralla . . IVcsNmc Rk4 In Chicago. , Chicago, June 1. Hinting broke out anew in the newsimpcr strike tods". a aown-town corner a crowd of ; union newsboya attacked an mi.tenti fled boy mho waa selling papers papers nnieo ny non union preawnen and only the arrival of two policemen saved him from a snvsge beating. I . ' and Iron Mine. ra sip. j Reading, pa, June I. Beginning tolay all the mines of the Keadiae Coal 4 iron CO resumed oreratkna Hh an Increased force. All are now at work for the first time since the suspension on April 1. Vaughan ts a vNitor iu from her home at Mrs. E. R Albuquerque Grants. L A. Bond, a resident of Estancis. Is spending a day or so In this city on business. J. 6. Barker, of Alamogordo. spent yesterday in this cltlr attending to business affairs. Miss Htlma Anderson left last nlcht for Willow Prook, Cal., where he will spend the summer vlsttin her brother. Representative Robert H Poul- ware, accompanied by Mrs. Woul- ware. Is a visitor In Albuquerque over Sunday. They live In Silver City. Supt. J. n. Abrsms. of Trinidad, an official of the Colorado A Southern, was a passenger on No. 1 for the coast last night. He waa traveling In a private car. The party of members of the t'lil- sens' league, who went to Sani Fe to urge the passage of an act similar to the Iowa Injunction abatement act, has returned. Joseph Woods, first vice president of the Pennsylvania lines, passed through Albuquerque yesterday on No. 2 on his way east after a brief visit on the coast. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Stephen, of Cnlversity ,HIH, 30n aiid a daughter, yesterday morning. Mr Stephan la head of the department of uerman at the State university. William Orover and Miss Lena Vigil, of l'arelas, were married last evening at the residence of the bride, on Uarelas road, by Justice of the Peace W. W. McCiellan. The family of Walker D. Hlnes. general counsel for the Bantu Fe, passed through this city on No. 4 yes terdsy afternoon, on their way east after spending some time in California. A. R. Seder, principal of the Carls bad High school, and an alumnus of the State university, has returned home, and will have charge of the subject of mathematics at the sum mer school at the university here. Edmund Ross, a son of County Surveyor Pitt Ross, and an alumnus ynn8,1!!, ?nlZTlty- J1"" ""'" Powelll Mr. M. L. Schutt, Mrs. C. Mc Kmti?n 'here he nas I Closkey and Mr. Gierke, been taking post-graduate work at th I . . . ,. University of Wisconsin. A ; number of Indiana are now ' passing through here daily, on their ..v uiicviui.ui aenooi aisinci .o. 1, San Jose, yesterday met and elected me teacners for the next year s school as toiiows: Miss Vlcenta Mont ova Miss Irene Burke. Miss Josephine vreei ana Jose Salazar. a. i. McCarthy, auditor for the L. B. Price Mercantile Company, will leave June 7th for Colorado, having nnienvu a long term or work for his company here. He will be located at Pueblo. Judge Herbert F. Raynolds, Court Reporter Harry P. Owen and Major B. Ruppe, court interpreter, returned last evening from Gallup, court hav ing closed there Friday. Judge Rey nolds will be In his chamber, at the court house tomorrow morning us usual. A moonlight picnic waa en loved Friday night by tha following: Mr. nd Mrs. Cooper. Mr. and Ms. . C. Schwtt. Mr. and Mrs. Gray. Miss Trix ler. Miss V. Forrest. Miss Swinger. Miss Qulnlan. Miss Schutt, Mr. Steel, Mr. Erkkson, Mr. Brown, Mrs. W. way from the reservations an! pucbloes in this state and Arisona to the beet fields of Colorado and Kan sas, where they will work this sum mer. A carload passed through las; night, bound from the Navajo reser vation in Arizona to Deerflelu, Kan. I V. Albers, of this city, has re ceived details of the death of his nephew, U. I Albers. Jr., which oc curred a week ago at Sllverton, Colo., which ahows that the young man's death waa entirely accidental. The victim of the accident waa playing with several children of picnic party, of which he also was a mem ber, and while helping them roll stones down the mountain aide, a re volver, which waa In a hip pocket, dropped out struck a boulder anl was discharged. The bullet pierced his chest. Just over the heart, and he died a short time afterward in. th arms of his young wife, and before medical aid could be summoned. The funeral will be held today tn Denver, from the home of the young parents. Dr. and Mrs. L'. L. Albers. IV mark Win be ExpoaHkMS. Copenhagen. June I. Denmark has decided to have fitting representation at the Pact fie -Panama eapuattloaw Equip at the store that'earries the best line of Summer Goods and Vacation Goods kpnt in thi ritv. Fm-in t tho ctrtra eer since it has been in business has trusted its future to dealing fairly and squarely with its patrons. rinv 2 1 Xmi d;rl,0!fc 10 :our "ne 0 VVash 6oods. Shi Waists, Muslin and Knit Underwear, Hosiery and Gloves. Also a host of other things that go to make up a first class and up-to-date dry goods store. . Phone 283 -rMHIf (3331 tfiiy7 307 V. Cental .J. .