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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. THURSDAY. JULY 4, 1912.
Crescent Hardware Company Move. lUnr-. Ilnuae FurnlMliliiK roods, Cutlery, Toola, nm Plpa, VaUra ami KtitJiur. I'lumbtnc, HeaUiur, Tin nil ViiiT Work, til W. CKNTUAI. AVK. Ti:iriion III Remember to ask for MATTHEW'S VELVET ICE CREAM Ti'XKi'iioMC cmninis, it. 4 A Rogers' Silverware Coupon in Every Sack of EMPRESS FLOUR Charles Ilfeld Co. Wholesalers of Everything LAI YEGA3 ALBUQUERQUE SANTA ROSA We Arc Prepared to furnish your lunch Goods for the Fourth. II. .1 Itollc.l I I nn Vi'til dtit l.mirli Tongue I'nlK'il Tongue I"' ! Chicken urn! 1 1 ii lloncli ICimikI (hlcki-n hipped II, , f I 'in n m IViniir Sordines Helm1 Ollie, s,it ttinl Sou Pickle Ji'IIIck 1111,1 I'i-cmtic IVm-lic, ,ili-,,,, Orange 1 ii i mi l ie. Store Closed All Day Thursday. IB LAUNDRY I hi foal ir' ii In rm Santa l"o fur f ile- WHITE WAGONS A4 Strong Brothers I'lidcrtakcm anil Kinhalniera. I'mnpt HrrvUvt Day or MghC Ti-lcplionn 7. lOiddrore H. KtroiiK lllk., ( loupe and Hnxind. WAJDISTORJ HOMER H. WARD, Mgr. 116 Marble A. I'liimn jo. In the event that you ahould not receive your morning paper, telephone, HHVANT.s Ali:s SKN'i I KltH, Jdviiig your name Hni) address am) the paper will be delivered liy a special mua-aeiiKt-r. I'lion,, Gol or bUi. I.VOO I tew aril IS. 00. Tin- above reward mill h paid for the arreat hiii conviction of anyone caught ateullnij coping of the Morning Joiirnul from the ilonrwava of aiihserlbera. JwUKNAL 1'UIII.ISIIINU CO. LOCAL ITEMS OF INTEREST GIERKE, OGLE & DOANE Aoetraota, fire lnauranra, Civil Kn Klimer I tin. Hurety Honila Ileal Kaiat ami Lonna. Phona lit. Hoonie A I Ht.rn )11. HAIRDRESSIIMG Manicuring. Kululiea Made and MAIUMMO Itl.AMS AMI IMWIHItSi. MRS. CLAY, Chicago Mill & Lumber Co. A. H. Carroll, Mgr. Genera! Planing Mill. 3d and Marquette. Phone 8, i:rin it iu:i'okt. Tor the twenty-four hour ending at o'clock yesterday evening: Maximum torn M in I in ,. ss degrees.; n i n 1 1 11 ii in t,io ,,i a t o tci. range ;t:i. Tempi! at m at Ii i in. yesterday ', 0. Soil Ii w i'M winds . i li'ii r. i: VI III H IoIUA'AsT. Washington, July :i. -West Fair ui'si iiikI noiiiIi, tliiimlcr ion lie oil immiioii Thursday; Friday i r. New M.'XI I'' I'Bl, llcl Mot Ills II ThlH:-liay, ci llav lair. A I ly. I- I l'"l t lull Thlllsdai lit' NOllthw 1 . 1 1 cast i Mllltll IOlio t him i I Mil Fll Molllll. ill I' i nlay mrls in i t ll hill . Ir. Scliwi-niLi-r. Kioopiith. Tel. 717 I'anl I Utiles, iif I:, -liii. u :u a visitor in ilin ciiy last login. WALLACE HESSELDEN (.cm i nl I mil i in i. a - V llllit i n all. I N Kiln I'allli i' li 'hi ii it ii nt in r , ..i 1 1 Iniiiiii'i i if 1 ,1 ,. M I I III'Mt I I t; M , I'ln.iio :g;. I loans!,, p fur your I ii. k tun lo v Al I i . Ill, I hi ll' lien (: x iKitor h l. .1. I i. ii in iii i: I' In. i III I ,o in, i, Sin in To, Ihmi niki.hi Iii o ii , nl I'mnii I c f'i II t cv ails M. in If. of Hhli lvalrl v as a Ii- I 'nl lit . n , oxiTKliclinlrtK In lh"-lr fuvor, Th in lilllllllliK ulll Ijc oil,' of the IllfiH colli- tiioilioiiH In llcriiallllo iiiuiity. ir. ('. I', Kclxi'V. ii ilfiitlm of thin city, will cai' ilim inoiniiiK for nonth'H a c, t n,i- trii In New III, h luornl, J rid. 1.. 1 1. Sin tuinl, Houthwinti-rn hkciiI for the cIiichko a Alton, with offlcen it liall.ir. Tin., Hu nt y. Hl.nlay here, O n vim: ). at nixht for r V. Kim. I.'. v.. 'uii Horn, iniiniiK.'i and pro prh tor of tho .uhHhiiii' r. a tni rv, ii-ft last ii k Ii fm I'ort Worth, Ti.. on IniMnc.- roririi , Ii i) wiih the ire.iin- rv. A iii-f i i t in the wirm at hnle lox of the Santa l'e f MHteni oitenlav cauiie, the iii-iai Intent to tinri out tuice alarm Mr. ii ml Mrn. W. It, Morh-y arrive, I I.ihi nU:ht from iheir hoioe at liattl, ami Hill Hpi'iid n few tlayn here. Mr. Morley ill H Well kllOWII I ., ' 1 1 1 1 1 II Tl C)f that Kectjon. All memliers of the UclicWiih Inline ire r'-ili.li'i t" lie :,l lli, .'lown' hall l-'rlilay at 3 p. in., to prar th e for the 1 1 1 M 1 .1 Hi. I ion of olflcclH. Ity or- lll r of 1 he liohle tft a nil. Sheriff Jcfii.s Koiin-ro return, il l.ivt niclit f i iii l''awoo,l Hot SpiliiK-1, wh.re he ha. I..-, ii i,,r Ni-vi-r.-il wc kn. .Mm. Itoloelo will tiliiain III, I, fur Kl'Verill vveekH Inol'e. Statcl i omiiiuriiciitioii of Teniili- l.nilKe .o. ti, A. I'. (i A. M ., till I'M II- IriK at X o'olo, Ii. ,M nimiIIiu; luethiell are welcome. t oiil. r of Ihe V . M , Hairy Itiaun. .secictiirv, Mr. ami .Mrs. .1. I '. Ilalilri lit , of 4 2.1 South Tllllll Ntleel, have lie,alt-il lor the notthw.Kt. They will he nh.-o-ni Nei eral ttioniim ami lu-foi,. r. Mirulii' Will ViMl the V, lloWNtotie I'lllli. liov A. Smllh, a former muili-nt of the tiiilvemity, arrlveil yiHterilay from Ins hoiii'i nt I'orlaleH. ami contlnueil on hl way to WIiihIow IiikI niKht, when he will colllpleti, III, i Cllllimel' wolkitiK lot the Santa l'i'. I'.eninil Siiperlnteiiilenl .1. M. Kuril, of the wi-Htoih Mr.iml illvialon of the SiMita I V, nnil Sup. t Inn toll nl K. K. Hummer h, of the Hlo tjramli. fllvlHloti, iirrlv.il here liml nlKht iifier HpemliiiK four or five ilnya In niakiliK a trip over that illvlnlon, I'll, nils In thin cllv have receive, I newji of the ileath In Kan.iaH I'lty lust I'llilay niht of Minn l.uli-Ha lliiKhen, who formerly ri-niileil In A lhiiiiicriiie. MIm1 1 1 tie hi h ca me here for her health. emalnltiK two years. MImb Iielphlne IIui'Iiih, who wiih with her ulster In Alliii'tueritiie, Is also i-eportial very sick 111 il KaliHaH t'ity hospital. Iielaveil hy a hnrneil IuIiIkc west of Wliixlow, the east hoiiml Ira inn dill not arrive hole for himtiiI hoiir aft er their hi In , liil, ,1 time yesleril.iy. No. 2. Ihe first of Ihe ,iiart,'t to arrive, Ifol In ahoiit K o'clock; No. 4 arrived ii little hefoie II o'clock; No. I" at 10:1(1 ami No. S tit 1(1:411. The west I'ouml IraiiiH were all on time. t'oiinty Stipi-riiiiemleiit of Scliools AtiasliiHlo Mmitoyit is hearllly In favor of Hie plan propose, I Uy City S 1 1 1 1 , -i i n -t nil t of Si hools John .Milne, for a com hlm-,1 city anil county hlnh school to he located In Alliiuiiieriiue. Mr. Moninyii favors a luiihlilii; of not les I tin ti twelve rooms, with one entire floor devote, I to manual trainiiiK. lie hcllcvcs that the coinliinalion plan would a." expenses and make pu.s sihle the em plo inent of a larger and heller faculty. 'I'lio Noii-Sectat Ian ltcm yolelit hii clely, at lis rcKolar inonthly meetliiK. In 1,1 Tuesday al the homo of Mrs. 11. H. IWiy, transacted considera hie liusi ticsrt ot importance. The sm-ietv re lau led haxiiiK help.nl elithl needy fainlllcs ami twenty-nine miscellane ous persons. The total expenditures fur Hie month previous were $76.70. The society it i Ht ill in t .-.I if I L' Marincnta to the poor. The society ishes to thank ihe followinv. Indies who no kliidlv donated rln! liiiu.' : Mrs. Kent, Mis. Allen, Mrs, Ilatnev, Mrs liar lis ami Mis. Mc.Mlllen. COMMISSIONERS Ft! THE TAX LEVY FOR Ell County Levy Set at 22,5 Mills, But Increase in State Tax Brings Total to 72,37 Per Cent, The l.oii I'll of county commissioners yesterday fixed the tax levy for llcr iiallllo county this year at the hlnhest mark It ha heen for many years, pos- fllilv the highest it has ever I n. 1 11 - clnduiu Ihe Klale tax levy, Ihe entire rale, for (ity, county and Hate pill -piocs. exclusive of special taxi's for m hoo districts, eradli a Hun of livestock lloeases mill hheep and entile taxes, 7i'..t. mills on each ilollur of taxahle properly in Ihe stale. However, as the tax rolls, are not linked upon the actuul valuation of Ihe property, hut are com. posed of assessment valuation, the rate hinh iih it appears. Th year, for state, county was To mills. The county levy Is the dollar, ili.slrihul.il at fractional mil actually so toial rate last ami city tuxes on (lelieral rolinly lull. Curl fund ('amino Ileal fund lionrilltiK- of prisoners ... Wild animal laninly fund . Interest anil Miukim; funds redemption of various In leio riil road fund 3.00 I' loo, I fund 1 no Hrlde fund I. no mills Hows: Milln. .... .1.00 .... .1.0(1 in 1.70 10 for mils. 7 . t: r. Total The city levy, w hli time iiko, totals 1 X. ochool levy for the for ri-Kiilar purpose. h was made some , :t2 mills anil the i city Is 11 mills1 and 2 mills for ; fluking fund purposes on certain nohniil hoiid"). The Htute fieneral lew. as cerllflfd to the county commlsslouerH for their Inclusion In the general tax levy, Is ll.r.O mills, while an additional tax of 3 itiIIIh Is compulsory on the com -mlssioners for school purposes. Adding these tlnurcs, 16.50 for the utate, 22.r.f. lor ( ounly and 3.1.32 for city Kenera! and school purposes, the total tax rate for residents of the city of Alluiueriiie hecomes 72,37 mills, or u Iruction over seven and u quarter per cent. The county levy almost the name that It was last year the city tux levy is exactly the Mime, hut the Mate levy Is Increased 3 mills. This Is due to the expcnsi'M of oiKani.lnif as a state, anil to additional expenses which must he incurred as a stale, which was Un kliu;! in the territorial iIiivh. The illy tax levy was as follows: Mills (i.iieral fund Hai Park fund & I-lhrnry fund 7!) City hall I mid 100 Interest on honda of several ser ies, I in I u.l i n k sewer and via duct, total 7. .'12 Green Tag Sale 0W comes our Summer clearance sale of fine things to wear; we "clean up" the Spring and Summer stock in anticipation of Fall goods coming. & Marx Its your chance. Hart Schaffner clothes are always a good "buy"; better than ever now at these prices. Suits worth up to 30.00 now 522.50 Suits worth up to 525.00 now 19.75 Suits worth up to 522.50 now 517.50 Plenty of good things in Shirts, Underwear, Hosiery SIMON STERN The Central Avenue Clothier Is i iiv for WVlle. of A I A 1 1-Uq llcl . ll.' K , l ih;l,l l ' " i l ' Mr-; r a l t t ml il.lV or tai. VKil.il. no. s on I'Ui-litesH III III tin, it icnd Ihe day Iri'lu l.aKUita la! l-'i'illtll 111 All, 11- tlc Kl. HI V i-sti-l d,! CIVIL SERVICE TO HOLD EXAMINATION HERE NOVEMBER Th lor p ot lo r li.n , clerks I ee vv h if-!t ions posiof lie. or an oppiii i unit v k now leilKi iUll'i'iuei:l i'iiiIoiim I'o VA i I I i I I l l I I M l II I Mil l i mini 2il . i.ni ii If Jon iio.it k inriHiiur, lie. 1,1, a, p,i,e ,177. i 1 ' Ii I' -H III in.l s. C, : VV ll,'itt , I 'I I 1,'U ,,IV M i i: i hi ii- II. I llaiipii I iUe n , ,1 l.ol nl -1 1 . 1 1 1 1 . r . VI- f'.l la -nt r, I l in: III I, tel, plionr in In l. Tim ti fllv .1 erth record !!;.. ,, W. I. 1 1 . t. Ill to he lul.l til "I I Hill I. . I 1 ;t I'll. lm S. I I'. III. a ,1 la NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. .1 J.: fiMi n up 1 1 it 1 11 1' II, I e I ii i 1 I- M L he 111 lake plele al Hi l.y 1 I'. ' l.i, aKaiict llo . Novi'lniiel or the evainlnal I n tol'i r 1st. Tine cxa l ii Ilia l ion ma y . r 1 1 1 it I i, i ii from I 1 ,al poslolfice he examined the local and can lets. ill lo test their civ il serv lee re l.th. The appli n must all do-ililli: to t enm-1'hillilis PAV NG COMPAIMY FORCED TO WAIT ON TRACTION CO Opoiations Ulll be for Leu Days Til Pivplt1 Complete (;t U'oik, V Suspended Street Car Their Part Total 1S.32 Special fun, Is were levied yesterday hy the county com in issioners, appll eahle only to certain school districts or to property of certain classes, were u follows: Mill.'. Kradlcation of contaitlotin dis eases amoni; horses, mules and n-i'H .1 . r, o Cattle indemnity fund ::.i0 Sheep sanllarv fund S OU School districts, except No. 15.. Hi. 00 School district No. 15 1 0.(10 The lax levy for the county last year totalled, exclusive of special funds, Ji'.bx mills. I Ins years reduction is certainly creditahle to the adminis tration of Ihy eonnly'ii finances and helpf. somewhat to relieve the harden placed on i In taxpayers l.y the in creased state lax. tl. Ke . I t. . V ft 1 11 1 ! r.-itm In 3 North SPRINGER TRANSFER CO. tfficicnt Transfer Service WtIIIi- .ani (llati 1 uuiy HAHNCOALCO. Orrtllna Hun, llu 1'IIOM' l AH'K'ITI". Al,l MKx, Ml M tT tViati, Mill WinkI. in..rj U.mkI. '..nl imhI. ilr Klmlllna. Hrt. k. nr.- lay. Kama Ic Uriel.. ( ..ninion Hrtek. linir Flnj l"i oise the A i tannieriiile Traction e.'ll l'.ilv has not vet Marled the vm-iV ! I.aiiu ihe Pink ao!tnsit!,' its rails. pli pai.lt, u v to the paviti,; of Ho MIii In iheual.'d til the pavlm; illslr.ct the I : ; t n lit Ii le .ump.tliv. which IH llo I1U; Ho I .i 1 1 IK . Wlil lie lolled to lav "if I- :..i- t.. .i.r.s. ,,r until the Tl.o tioll roliipaliv ;els i li.iliph of !i- vvoik , oiiipieii il I., permit ih. k.. inc alien. I with ihe paving. The I'tnk U on (he Krotiud and ic.i.lv to le laid ului when w ol k IS one.' St.llt- .1 I v the uteet car . i rpoiaiion. pav - Ii. should ploceeil tapi.llv wilhoul fui t u r lnteriaptii.il. ASM NSMI VI Tills l lt IN( 111: s II M I I III ..V. The as.scssinent rolls tor this voir have not vet heen totalled up, hut It Is est i mated by Assessor I 'l ed Meyn that they will reaeii ii flmire In the In tKhtiorhood of $4,400,01111. This is somelhliin of an increase over the mil of last voir, whli h lolalled only $1, 1 74,000. HI' this sum. $.1,21li.ooo worth of property was located in the city of A 1 1 il.) no -li o. while this year Alhu illleriiues share Is ahoill $.1,450,000. It was staled ,v county ot t lelals yes terday that ;M per cent of the taxes for the year l'.i 1 0 had heen collected to date, ami this Is considered a r.-mark-nhle showing. The taxes collected for lull, which beeame delimiiient July 1st, vv hen a penally of 5 per cent was added for tardiness In settlement, are ahoiit $3 per cent of the total amount due. This is also helicved to he a ref old, as no one at the court house em reiiieinher a time when so early In llui ear, tei larnc u proportion of the taxes of Ihe vear previous had he. n paid into tiie handa ot the i'oui.'.v tr, .isur.-r. achievements which had heen begun. However, he declared tlmt there was at present uhout $2,a00 in the city Kfiieral fund, which was hardly iiiimikIi to pay the $S,F,00 worth of warrants then lying on hla desk uwait im,' signature. He said he was not lin ing to sign these until there was money .ii the hank to pay them. He said that there were about Jtl.Ooo or $7,000 com ing In from the county collections, however, which would he on hand vvllhln u day or two. Chairman Alfred Grniisfeld, of the hoard of county commissioners, then declared that lust year the county levy- had been 25. 68 milln, while this year It was likely to he 19.55. An error was discovered, however, which showed I thai this was 3 mills too little. The eomml.s.sloncrs seemed to think, I from Air. (irunsfeld's statement l that they could get along with the 22.55 mills, however. Mr. flrunsfeld declared that unless the city lowered Its taxes, what with the Increase In slate levy find the almost eo.unl lower ing of the county levy, the taxes this year would he & 1-2 per cent. He seem ed to be more excited than mathemat ical at the time, however, and a lew of the cooler heads showed him whetv he was wrong. Mr. Crunsfeld also had something to say about $3,000 worth ot noon protection bills which were sluring the hoard in the face. Cmincilman Ivan Crunslcid sug gested that the commissioners m ike their levy the same as lust vear, add ing the difference to the levy for flood fund purposes. I'r. J. A. Keidy, of the council, de clared that the eity was doing very well to keep Ihe levy this year as low as it was last year and that it was Im possible to cut It any. At this Juncture, H". II. (iilleiiv, ater, who had been requested by the com missioners to attend, appeared, and made a few statements regarding the lowering of the citv tax rate After ROBERT GREER DETAINED AS SUSPECT I SLTO COMPLETE FERRY BY SUNDAY IS Man Arrested for Disorderly Conduct Believed to be Mem ber of Gang Which Killed Two Men. EXPECTATION to In ordi Hubert (Jreer, Tuesday night telegrams linvi Kettle the identity of who was arrested heri tor disorderly conduct, been sent, to peace of- hearing him and after spending the balance of an hour and twenty min utes In argument and discussion with out accdiiipllshlne, anything, the gath ering bloke up. DELINQUENTS TO BE licers In Mil kens, Tex., from which city he claims to hail. Greer Is sus pected of being one of the band which killed Iieputy Sheriffs Kd Hall anil Al Smllhcrs in the Mogollons about a year ago. He was yesterday looked over by several men who know the men con cerned in the allair, and these declare that he at least resembles one of tin men wanted. Greer claims to hall from Dickons, arid if he was there at the time the Mogollon affair took place, will be re- leuseu. il reports show that he was not there, he will be further investigated. Greer has been at work in the Ha ul country, and claims to be a cow puncher and not related to any or the participants in the Mogollon hold-up. He looks like u eovvpuncher, and it is said he came to the city for a good time several days ago. He claims he wa merely trying to get a friend to go to a hotel when arrested. Scow to be Finished Tomorrow and Stringing Cable Not An ticipated to Take More Than Day's Work. if all present led as antiei the section from llarelas, SUED FOR ROAD TAXES NOW I'di'Mi itnm tovsii is Willi 41 IV COl M il.. I'lndlng that their tentative levy, ,.s arratifed vesierday morning. was likely lo be rather sleep, the comil'is- snuiers r..iiested that the city coun cil inc.-! with them at 2 o'clock v.s terd.iy afternoon and confer on niean. lowering the city's lev v. .Iu.it why the ,-itv should lower its tax rate, af ter the council had air. adv .le. hied what amounts n needed, was in ap- 1 par. nl at the meeting, nor was anv bitter argument for the re. In, lion on the p., it n! th,. city advanced bv the .-is. than that it was like r.iie would be more than because of increases bv Gross, Kelly & Co. (Inc.) U i.o.ra.l. c,r.., . ra and Dmlera In Wool, Hides, Pelts and Goat Skins Van. N. M A I ton ami r w w u . ... N. ii h. i r til I. h"M!' ui- . i ll. aim. ,t b. i. rs the :l dliigK s's. "Hie ..t ( 'liamberltiill s l and I iiarrlioe.i Kelliedv. i . rtain to be needed and btained when oil board st.-j. m.sb : ps, l or sale by Results from Journal Want Ads COI1I 111 ISM. ly the I, 7 p. r . . the state. The en dc monvtr. that liov as w..s pi I'u-.'i i if ti.av .-r th 'fici.ils, on their part. to the commisiioiiers e making as low a levy al. In view of tlte many v work they would have is vear. 111. n Copper a to pave, rs. mayor h enue, w Inch to .,.v slollll SeWer it is propnv,.,! Colonel .tellers, mayor of !hee!tv. stated th.it the city had received $23,000 l.sa last vear than had Ken returned us revenue the year before. And i.oiuu-d with auinc rnl lo the District Attorney Authorized by Commissioners to Engage a Collector and Proceed to Get the Money, Ihe county commissioners yesterday authorized the district attorney to em ploy a collector for the purpose of col lectiuy the per capita road tax of $1 win, h is due from all able-bodied males once each .vear. They also au thorized him to sue any persons who refused to pav their tax. J he commissioners expect to bring in ail the money due them from this aoutce, as th.y aiv under heavy ex pense in building the road north from 'Id Albuiiucniue to Alameda, and it was originally planned to pay the ex p. uses of the convicts working on thi section by means of moneys raised from tins tax. 1 he commissioners approved the loud of It.-ltr.in Armijo as constable of rre.-in. t No. I. The commissi . iters granted u peti tion from Charles M.lmi. of the Con solidated l.i.)Ucr Company. for the transt. r of the retail l!.in.r license tor the building owned by I'.iscual Cuti nola to the building own. J by Camilo Herardineili. The commissioners declined a prop osition from v. C. lie.uoek. who of fered to .oiled the road tax for 25 per unt of the amounts collected. DR. GRAY WILL BE ORDAINED AS PRIEST TOMORROW MORNING Dr. I;. McQueen Gray will I,,. ad vanced to priesthood at St. John's church tomorrow at lo a. m. The l!t. Ilev. Cameron Mann, D. V,. will he the officiating bishop. Dr. Gray will ba presented by Archdeacon W. K. Warren and the Key. Jesse s. Moore, rector of St. Paul's parish, nl" Iis Vegas, will be co-presenter. Ily Sunday morning, arrangements are compl pated, the residents of across the Hlo Grande who have, been almost cut off from Al buiueriue for several months past, will be aide to get into the local tiuirk w'th their produce, will have facili ties for crossing the river at hours later and earlier than have been af forded by the private ferries and will not have to pay more than a lew cents for their passage. The scrow ferry advocated by the Commercial club's committee on re lief of the transportation situation will be done by then, it is expected. Con tractor J. A. Harlan has the scow al most completed, and will have it ready by Kriilav- night, the time scheduled for its finishing. The cable is on the ground, and ar rangements have been made with local people to string it across the gap, which Is expected not to take more than Saturday. The county commissioners yesterday appropriated the sum necessary to pay for the scow and for stringing the cable, which they hud promised to ap propriate for this purpose some time ago. This was $300. ol. M lntvtc Succeiils I jl wards. Washington, July 3. It was stated at the war department today that Col. Frank Mclntyre. assistant chief of the bureau of insular affairs of the war department, will be nominated as head of that bureau to succeed Briga dier General Clarence Edwards, ap pointed a brigadier general of the I in e. y m Results from Journal Want Ads This Being the Nation s Birthday Our Store Will Be CLOSED All Day PHONE 283. 1 'a ,'a ' -rn ... 307 West Central.