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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL SUNDAY, AUGUST 25, 1912.
FOUR Crescent Hardware Company Movm. Ranges. Hones Fnrolahlng iooda, Oatlgry, Tools, Iroa ftp. Valid and linings, numbing. Healing. H ami 'Vipprr Work. W KNTUAI AVK. TKIJCFHONE ! Matthew's Velvet Ice Cream Phone 420 i A Rogers' Silverware Coupon in Every Sack of EMPRESS FLOUR Gross, Kelly wholesale Crofters, Wool, Hides, Pelts K. l.aa Vegas, v. M : Albuquerque v Colo.j I'COOS, V VI Unflavored Jellojj Ice Cream Pow- jj der and Choco-1 1 late Flavor Jello 1 AND ALL REGULAR FLAVORS. More Siberian Crab Apples FOR NEXT WEEK. WARD'S STORE HOMER H. WARD, Mgr. air. Mm iii,' An'. ri 200. GIERKE, OGLE & DOANE A lint 1 in I". Firs 1 iixiit ciiii (engineering, suit! KiiiI Batata and 1. Bonds, na, Rhone Hi!, 1 "inn 2 i t, Btsm RldK STEIN BLOCH 1 mil Men, Rich, Brown Mixtures aie the stylisli colorings in nt.'W Kill sujiii ". - $18 and upvvaids. Mail Orders Promptly Filled. C.OiasliluirnCo. ttd 5 i and if & Co. (Inc.) and Dealers in and Goat Skins M : Tuoumcart, N. M.; Triniiiaii, ; ( orniiii, V fcf. LAUNDRY WHITE WAGONS I Strong Brothers j unntYWHcra ana Mmnaunere. w ITompl Senior Day or Night. Telephone 7ft. Itealdenna SNS. T fttroiig Hlk., Oopper and! 8eooa4L 4 In the event Hint you ahould not raoalva your moinlng paper, telephone hiiyanth MBS BICNl I KltH, giving yoor iiHine Hmi address ami no' papsr win hn ilullvi'H'il hy a special mei- aangsr, Phona foi or &02. 18,00 Reward tft.oo. Thn above reward win bs paid for tint arraal ami oonvlctloo of anyone caught stealing coping ,,r iim Morning Journal from tin 1 doorways or subeeiibers. JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO. LOCAL ITEMS OF INTEREST W1VIIII ,11 KKHIItT. For iim iivi'in) lour hours ending it ii o'rie 'U yasterdayl Maximum temperature, SI degrees; W J. im, 1 fron 1 in 1 ho Ji ,( bos Ut rltV VlH 1 1 1 1 M-t y ami I'll Kll fi m I his ii 1 it 1 ton r. Pratt, nvert opei .1 io r nit Illil Mi III. im ifelng his 1 in ough ,a 1 Idlns the youth na Kelleri SPRINGER TRANSFER CO. Haul Trunks! 1 errilloa 1 mn t.rtlllll I Nllip HAHNCOALCO. ritoM' mi Wlllllti III Ml -.11 K, STI WI lull 1 i,i'. Mill W,.o,l WkwHori W,mmI. Onrd Woo Name KlmlMng. I ire 11,1, 1.. I oe 1 Ini. --Mtiin I e Itrick. 1 fjSnaann II11, U. I.ime. Charles Ilfeld Co. Wholesalers of Everything LAS VEGAS ALBUQUERQUE turned ii snmorsault In the air mid alighted mi iim pavement r t first, escaping with a Imd Jarring up. Mr. mid Mm. a. is. Malar arrived laai nuiit from Bay City, Mich., in spend ii fan weeks visiting the lat ter parents, Mr. and Mix. B. ituppe, Mr. Malar was formerly dark in the Ituppe pharmacy, but Ik now u pros perous druggist in bull nan for him- lall ut Hay Clly. T. J. s.i '' ik apendlng (aw days in Albuquerque, coming down froni' Buckman, Bants Ife county, ahare ba im c'iijj.ik. id iii Ho' rather -i- .o iui, ..f u.. inn in null r. . i ,,i iltu timber. Mr Sawyei wya the New Mexico pine rlvala Iba hard plw of Michigan, i 1 1 in size and quality. Ha baa numerous photograph of bta operations ut Buckman w Ii i h ha in lefl i.i night tor Bala, Valencia county, where be goes to su pelintend the dipping 61 IiIh sheep Mr. M owns the only public dlpplul pltmi in Valencia, Bocorro and lor rancs counties and expects to dtp Ii the neighborhood or (0,400 sheep, ii reports Hi,' range in splendid oondl Hon and says (ho sheep win enter tin winter in good ships. The nigh print ,,r beef cattle will cause mutton to gt up ;,iso nmi be prsdlt im good prloei i'ii ihr shsepmen. Have 11 Iplrella competent corsetle experience In the Kavanaghi Amsrlt it rnii'il by i r eight years' Mrs, m. J. ELFEGO BACA NEW REPUBLICAN awyer-Edltor Succeeds t Head of County Central Com mittee Made Vacant by Res ignation of J. E, Saint, Klfega Bs ir ami ! I Iho All. icrque law iia wiih elect publlcun ooun if Hi ty central committee, to succeed Jo seph K. Haint, who resigned rei entli following a deolaratl ( hin alio glance to Theodora Roosevelt. Tho county committee met yotter day in the office "i ii"- seoretarji Nestor Montoya, ami transacted con Hlderable business. 81x1 ''-i attended tho session. J. w, Wilson acted as temporary chairman or the meeting. There were two candidates for the chairmanship, Mr. Baca being elected to tho place ovar A. 11. Htrouu. bv a vote or 10 to H, Th reslanal I' Hefurlno I 'Tol- 1 lott iih a member ol tho comml ai large was accepted, .v it. Bl was appointed member ol tin- mittee, succ nn D, M. fergm removed from the state, .1. U ' il 'I'll illillilll, ill .1 Hlroup to iir a member of tho Mtatr inh",ij commlsslun if Bernalillo 1 mint v. The time for holding Ihe primaries to elect delegates to ihe county con vention wag M,,t rir Thursday, Septem ber Mh. ind the count) convention wan net tor Saturday, September 7th, Th,' place for holding tho convention was ion t" tin- discretion of theohslr man and secretary. 1 KIRSTER BROTHERS! STORE ENTERED FRIDAY NIGHT ilevcS) DeiiGvea to oe i Took thousand Fine Ci from Factory in Rear of tablishment .1 ;on. Entrance wa over the In" I'l b.w This window -hut with 11 Stick, shaken until Un' , i,l linn the upper. ..I .1..,. ,, 'I'll.. I CHAIRMAN ,,i ufr thutl'PWn'u' "r WTUP Pepsin 1 r. fruit Chpl r 1 I ve in : the I f III, 1 Hunda) from treel nut Cen I . Saddlo hoi mi s Trimble, 113 N- !nd -t- I if -., m BMafaaan. teieiilionr II. ss, , 1, 11, iihoiir S77. for limit hauling, rs. Prompt serine ri 1 UIim sioie tiallup Mine SANTA ROSA FALL TERM BEGINS AT ST. VINCENT'S SEPTEMBER 3 SfilflCt School fflf Piills HflH Young Ladies to Commence Year with Every Indication for Success. Bt Vincent'! Academy, a st led boarding and day school foi glrla and young ladles, will begin the fall term on Tuesday, September 3d. Although tin- opening; duy im more than a work away, 11 large number or upplicatlons for resident accommodations bavs (iron received, indicating h banner ,i'nr in thin department, The day school rluHHt'H will be larger during the coming year than evei before and in several or the rooms number or now di'Hka have been installed to meet tin- situation. Hi. Vincent's Is mi Ideal Institution for tlio education ,,r atria. Th ainms- 11 hotel, Phonelphere .11 the academy Is cheerful and homi'iiio' nmi every effort im inadi to establish a spirit or iradeshlp among tin' luii' nis thai iiii last through life, sister Man Uoyolk, who hnH been directress at the academy for the inwt few years, will continue to direct tho work of the institution during Hi,- uomlng year, a number of now teeebers have been assigned to the various departments, all of them coming highly recommended, There are t ii r lepartmenta ai the academy, the primary, the Intermedi ate mni tiu ucaiicMiir, each embrac ing four-years r study. High school graduates are admitted without ex amination to tho state institution!!. Persons desiring full Information regarding st. Vincent's ntaj obtain a 1 atalogue bj a pplj ink to the dlrei tri'tiH, at Albuousrojue, TO OPEN FIRST OF SEPTEMBER I a 1 1 ii r ri IN(!W insiiumon on me iviesa Soon to be Ready to Carej for Patients; Facilities Are Latest and Most Modern, The announcement watt made yes terduy thai tho llarwood Methodist hospital, a now sanitarium on the iTteiu for tuberculosis patients, "as HARM HOSPITAL . ,,f j to op, 11 September Imi. The sanitarium 1 I in "i tho cottage type, with an admin I Istratlon i . 1 . aurrounded bj tent it 1. i 'Pttonu fortable. The new hospital m be aupplted with milk ami chickens from Hm nun im in- ami wjlll be furnished Ihroughoul in a modern mid sanitary ma nner. The hospital iH lot n ted on I he sa, ,hhi or tho university, where it nots the iio.st ami purest of the Invigorating Now Mexico air ami is provided with every taclilty for the care of pa Units. Summer Foods Often Cause Dyspepsia Their Bffetl hi the Digestive T Organs licaponMlblc for Many 1 ol the Season's HI-. 4 Bummer should he the period 01 perfect health, but Impure water and in iik. unripe fruit, and the tendency to Indulge In acid foods end i ed drinks, produces a contrary condition in many people, Tho effect of the average summer ,11,. 1 ig to eonstlpate even normally regular bowels, ami this results in dis arranging; the entire dtojeetlve system. When tho bowels tire choked with the stomach's refuse, Indigestion is almost Mine to follOW, and the Waste matter thai sin mill paMH out through the bow els, not finding passage, ferments in stomal h 11I into tl rasa ami c I ' To keep (he bov re effective ran well's Syrup Pepgl snt-tastlng bowel 'roe. t het Is m than Dr. Cald I'his is a pleas 11 lit rt 1 and uuuv lentle in its ae- 1 1 1 that Is v bringing relief In an anner. ami a Ithoul n 1 1 1 1 1 1 r - ifort a qui, kl In , k summer 1I1.111 the bowels ami leu matter that Irritate) tjMsue. it is aold 1 fifty rents a bottle; 1 1 n quantity, costs never use,! Sv 1 like a free trial to Dr. w. ii ton St., Monti, If b 111 ami would teetpald, writ 411(1 Washing, ols. JURORS DRAWN FOR FALL COURT TERM AT ESTAIMCIA COUNTY SEAT S,p,'litl f-rr..nnArnr l,i Mori.tm Joarnnl , ! Estanels N. M . 'K -' ' l ob . K 1. Medler , b,l, this week getting court affairs 111 tor Hie fall t' 1 111. w In, rt vv ill ens the third Monday in Sept, 111- The list of grand ami petit loron I follows Grand )uior 9, Krvin 1 1.. ..pobio Chaves, Mont, o Jaramlllo Jena, Haydi'lr Tn. ,-nte Garcia, An tonio 1 ampos ' ..,11 i...ia. In,, 11 Sail. In iii A 11. Mi Kin- 1 Heil!blies . .,sqU-lt, .1. 1 1. I .. 1 1 revolts, Brvtng Mead, J.mus Marls V.iblex. J. M. Aievtia. iiabriel Uareia lt,, Brown, Bumaldo Da la an uga. nip un,, Montoya Roberto Chares and itainon Jaramlllo. petit .ur,-rs Hlgnaelo Herrera. Jeaa Kaslv. Jesus s baa. Ton - Mora Ira, w. W Norman. Cil Perm, Antonio Joee Balk 'Joe, !' F Heal. John Hl.uk. Man .1 c rhaiea. I W. Turner. C, I! Wilhsms .1 I' partes-, M . I.. An derson. Cseario (terria. II. Im Uneel- Kruas. I i. .iii... i hniez. Juan sisner ,s. F VI rr.Ml,l M Rutherford I I'. imniaiv. w Palmer. L'reatino ivrs and J. It. Silas. GALL IS ISSUED BY DEMOCRATS EOR CONVENTION County Gathering to Elect Del gates to State Assembly Will be Held on Saturday, Sep tember 7. Hugh j. Collins, chairman or the democratic central committee or Ber naHltu county, yesterdaj Issued the official call for the county conven tion of iiiis pan. The convention i to be held Saturday, September Tin, m the court house. The call ioi lows: Pursuant to the ai lion of the dem ocratic central c mittee of Ber nalillo county, Now Mexico, a delg- nat nventloti of democrats or Hor- nalillo county Is hereby called to meet at the court house, In Old At buquerque, in the Maid county and, state, on Saturday, September 7th, A. D, 1012, at the hour of ton o'clock In the forenoon of the nani day, 'i'ii,- said convention Is called for the purpose of electing ihlr;y-one (SI) delegates to represent Bernalillo county m thy state democratlo con vention to ia- held in the Elks Opera house, in the city or Albuquerque, Now Mexico, on Thursday, Septem ber uth. for the purpose of nom inating candidate tor congress and three candidates for presidential etsctors, tin- reorganization ,r the state central cot into, and the transai tlon ol such other business as may proper!) come before the con vention. Tho apportionment to the county convention bused upon a represen tation of o Iclegate to each iwenty- tlve votes or fraction or ten or over cast in the lag! general election for Hon, W. 1 '. McDonald, governor of Now Mexico, und each precinct shall ho entitled to at least one delegate In th,' county convention, ami upon such apportionment the several pre 1 in. is m ill la- entitled to the fol lowing representa lion: Precincts. No. 1 San JOBe Delegates Ii Del Klo 8 'Alameda . n 4 Albuquerque 4 4 No. l Rani hoa a No. r, Barelaa No, 8 Paditlas No, 7 San Antonio No, x Los Urlegos No. it Hanehoi do Atrisco No. 10 Bscobosa No. 11 Pujarlto No. 1 -' Albuquerque, lst. I No, 1 -' Albuquerque, Dlst. -' No, 1 8 Old Albuquerque . . No. H San gnacto ::i Sua Antonio i8- Albuquerque, Dlst. 1 :i; Albuquerque, Dlst. -;s Atrtsco I ! Chill Ii Total Tho p oil tu n their h 1 Tuesday purpose lJj ecinct chairman are request 1 their predncl primaries in h i the precincts, to meet on September 3, 1912, lor the at electing delegates to the Mali! , ount i oii etit ion 111 accordance Mini th,- above apportionment of'" delegatea to tin- respective precincts, ami thej are also requeated to give due noli. , n the time and plan: of boidl ng - a 1 ' 1 primaries, Proxies iH not be recognised in Hi., count) nvcntlon unless held bj a resident of the precinct from which the delegate as named. Tin- primaries win be governed bj ihe same rules adopted by the iioum i ratio central committee for the aia ernment of primaries for the selec tion of delegates to the convention in inns. The pro inn chairman and seere tarj an- requested ami urged to s,a that tin- credentials for delegates n the counts convention 1 hands of thi sei rctury of in tl unty central committee not later than u o clock of Hi,- mornlnli of the county convention, ami no delegate will be entitled to a seat m the said conven tion until his credentials thava been approved by the proper authority. Th.' elei Hon to be held in Novem ber next will be the lust election. .11 WhiCb tbr people of New Mexico ate to have a chance to vote tor a preaidenl of the United states, ami bv reason thereof, It is of greatest Importance to all of us in the new state, aii persona who believe In the principle! of democracy are Invited to attend the primaries ami partici pate in the selection of ilelevtates to the convention. HCUH J. fill, 1. ins. County 'hail man. Aii.st 1:. 11. ckcws. secretary. GREAT CORPORATION FIGHT. Is being waged all nv it the country. I New Mexico now has n Commission wered to regulate corporations. mo ration officers, attorn aye, ir- uple oflrlgattoh engineers ahould know cor- porHlion law and procedure. For this purpose eel KANF.N'S NEW MEXICO I CORPORATION LAW S. RUUM anu j UnnUl All lw ,,n -.... .rl Crnor. stiona, Irrigation Mining. RailroaOs, Banking, tnsuraaea, etc.. with cita tions; rules and forma for drawing and tllliig corporation, Irrigation pa- purs, etc. Also V. 8. laws slid forms. the only compilation of these laws from 1S97 to The IttI .egislature made hut few vhant'S tn corporation taws: many New- Mexico lawn are out of print. 11" revision insde since 1S97. none adopt ed this year and none will he adopted until 1915. Such conditions make tint hook Inillspenslhl". 1 vol. !." paces, buckram binding Prite 14 delivered 1 formerly $S. OL P. KAMA. Santa I. H. M. ITrw a lAurnal Aain kA Rocnllc I J UJV.UIHUI nuiit nui iivouilo We Are Ready j to show you the Advance Fall Styles of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes They are authortaitive in style and the ve ry best in material and workmanship. Hats and Shoes for Fall are also arriving and we will be glad to show you. SIMON STERN THE CENTRAL AVENUE CLOTHIER PIONEER BANKER TO LEAVE NEW MEXICO FI aid S, Stiickler, for Neaily Thirty Years a Prominent Figuie in Local Monetary Circles, to Locate on Coast, After almost throe decades ol Identification with iocal hanks nmi bonking circles, Wtllard S. Strlckler is to leave Albuquerque ami New Mexieo to locate on the const Mr, Strickler returned yesterday from a visit to California ami last night an nounced his intention of leaving this city permanently, Mr. Strlckler was first Identified wiih a local bunk in 1884, when hn bOi ami' teller of the old Albuquerque National Later he was eashier of tin' same institution, in 1 Mm he organ-. laeu ttie i.ank ot i ommcrce, remain ing at thr head of this institution until its consolidation with the First National a few months ago. .Mr. Strlckler has spent some time Mine.' that event in California ami ro- eently decided 1 1 1 locate there. He will leave for till' coast as toon as his affairs here can be properly eioseii up, and win likely locate in s.-.n Francisco, though he has not yet determined as to this. I 'In- Destroys $75,00(1 ( lull House. Chicago, Aug. -4. Millionaires, Judges, bankers ami athletes formed a volunteer bucket brigade that made an Ineffectual attempt today to save lui. house of ih,' Chicago dolt national tournament next month. OnJ one wing of the structure escaped the flames, The loMs was $75,00o. The cause or tit,' fire is unknown, it was announced that tin- fire would mo in terfere With tin national amateur championship play which begins on September Id, . SANTA FE RAILWAY BUILDING NOISELESS BRIDGE; COST $160,000 (Spri'tnl -rrri,Trn, l fl.rnln .l',urnil i Heeilley. Cab. Aug. 24. The steel ami concrete luiiine being bum over ni inmr Dril roTHTr unuibc nCHU COIHIC For Sale. My residence, e Central avenue atreet. a Tine,, bus soi e Tijeraa road ami e Two lots West e between 1'oUltll Wi 'enth a 1 a I Fifth O e afreets, Four lots. West l.c.ol av e between Be( 1 nth ami 1 e streets, Northeast corner West e avenue ami Third street, s th e a al a of a a parcel e Two e lutWe, e MtlCtS Tin. e enUe, 14 J-J feel by JS tec!. lots. West Colil avenue, 1 Eighth ami Ninth e tween Eighth ami Ninth e a W. -l Copper av , niie. e lion avenues, e South west corner Uold a e ami Broadway, in Hlghian. e Four lots. southeast i u . st iron avenue ami stleet. I des I'tollipt 9 i lose out the above O ml will make most a reasonably terms. For lurther e e particulars call at niv office, .'I.', and :1T l.una-Stri, kler e VV. v KTItll M l it. i a i iflli , a i;, sni. n FOR CALIFORNIA LIFE INCOME BOND DO TOO KNOW that for the payment f a nominal sum nnnuallv Mg can pur, hase n 1 1, win, , at mati:rit 1 10. 15 or la vears heme as you pr- fer will provide a MONTHLY INCOME payabla to )OUrself for life; and whnh upon your 'l".,th with be paid to your haaeflciar na long as she lives. Write or call for s.m pie Hi 'NO and full particulars Tin: I (,i 1 1 in i i : i ut 8SCRAXCK SOCIJETV OF Tjnc V. S, v. v PATTI RSOX, Igrssc rlnnsgu 10 Harnett Bldg. in.onc Albuquerque. X. M. the Kings river near here hy tho Santa i'T is Hearing completion, end workmen win be through in a few weeks, The bridge represents un out lav ol Over 1180,000, and work has been going on for a year, . The bridge Is a lew feet shorter than the old wooden structure, which was built years ago, The new one is nhout 840 feet long, while the old one was 9411.5 feet. 'i he bunding or the bridge has not Interfered with the running of trains, ami the now bridge has been uh stltuted ior the old one without dis turbing trains. This nielhotl of tear ing down an old bridge and build ing a new one while trains are pass ing every hour has made the work very slow. The new bridge marks n modern development upon old structures, It is u "noisless" bridge, and no more win drowsy sleepers in a Pullman awake with 11 start to hear the train thundering over a bridge, The tails aro no longer placed directly osi tho bridge, but the structure is erected in the shape of a monster trough, ami road la'il Is lormeil within this trough. It is ballasted with roek mid il Is Impossible to tell whether tun train is passing over lam! or Is high on a bridge. The new bridge ' practicuuy indestruci ibie. Buy it now. Now is the time to buy 1 bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol era ami Diarrhoea Remedy, it is al most certain to he needed before the Summer i over. This remedy has no superior. For sale by till drujj Cists. WALLACE HESSELDEN General Con tractors. FlKures ami workmanship Count, We guarantee more for your monay than any other contracting firm In Al buquerque. Office nt SUPERIOR PIjANTNO MILIj. f'linne 377 HAIRDRESSING Manicuring, Switches Made nmi Dyed, MAIUNKM) ( lti:MS AND POWDI3H6. MRS. CLAY, Opposite Postofflce, ALBUQUERQUE PLANING MILL AND LUMBER CO. (1111 W. ( mil ami 016 VV. Iron. Phone ISM ' Everything in Mill Work and Lumber. Chicago Mill & Lumber Co. General Planing Mill. 3d and Marquette. Phone 8. For Sale ! 600 Head of Range Raised Rambouillet Rams Going '1 and 3 n-nts old. l.ai-e. plain, heaiy linillrg and le a v v -liearers. Price S7 and $H er head, all lu Ute best oi i-oiiiiiiiiiu. Wm. Mcintosh ) Mcintosh, inrraiicr (..unty. H. M.