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THE AtBOODEBOUE UMWHG IQUSHAC, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1912.
i ... 5 '' Crescent Hardware Company , fUnrm. Hoaw mmlablnf VkiwM ami Fitting, r a ft W. CEKTUAL AVE. i7m! i 1 1 huh 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Matthew's Velvet Ice Cream Phone 420 Charles II f eld Co. Wholesalers of Everything US VEGAS ALBUQUERQUE SANTA ROSA Groco, Kelly tl7kn1ua..l flwm.A! Wool, Hides, Pelts K. Vaa, N. M.I Atniiniicrtinfi, N. , trv'Hf i., il Due This Morning RM California j Head Lettuc-e : 10c a Head WARD'S store ;; i HOMER H. WARD, Mgr. ii II. Marblo Ave. 1'hono 208. f for Sale! 600 Held of Range Raised Rambouillet Rams doing S and I )cra ulil. Ijargf. plain, tiravy bodice and livavy eliCiU-era, IVkw IT and 18 xv head, all lu the bent of coiulllloii. Wm. Mcintosh Mcli'Uwb. 'torrani Cunnty. N. M. HAIRDRESSING Maolouring, hwllcliee Matin and Djwl. M.VHIM:i.l t i HICAMS AMI lt ni us. MRS. CLAY, Opptwille i'tietorrit-A. GIERKE, OGLE & D0ANE Abntraeip, Fire lmturanee. Tlvll KiiKliieerlng. Surety Honda, Iteal Estate and l.oana. Thone 138. Itotuna i & . Hlern BldK. No Wait, No Gamble, No "Come Back Tomorrow." I.i."t a I SHIN iVOUt ; turn xMl i a"! you h'i. fit IrCJ E. L. WASHBURN CO. ooooa, sjnuery, jot rw, HYh km IWltlM Vmi. & Co. (Inc.) ttA fluu Inn In and Goat Skins M. Tucumcarl, If. M. TTlnltlaU, v ... hum, aii cm flLAUNDRY WHITE WAGONS Strong Brothers CkMlartakert and IVmaut Servloe Day or If If M. , TrJaolione I. HeeJdenoa IM. Strong Hlk, Copper AMI In th vnt that you ahould not receive your morning paper, telephone BRYANT'S MKH- 8ENQERB, living your name and addreae and the paper will be delivered by a apodal met- Banger, I'non 601 or 601. 18.00 Reward tft.00. The above reward will be paid for the arreet and conviction of anyone caught dealing ooplee of the Morning Journal from tbe doorwaya of ubscrlbera.. JOURNAL PUBLISMiNO CO. LOCAL ITEMS OF INTEREST WEATiiKH lummv, For the twenty-four taoura ending at o'clfik yeaterdayt Maximum temperature, 811 deRrees; inlnlmiim. H; lanKe, 1. Tempern- tore at l l. m. wlniln; clear. yenteiilay, "5 South l'OUKCASr. W'aMhlriBton, Hept. . New Mexico Kalr Hatuiday and l-iinday.. M. Mandell. rounty ircasuicr, re liirnetl laat nlMhl friiiii a IiuhIihbs trip to Helen. M. CrlHMinnn, ut Han Martini. I mi Allriiiuei'itii vlHltur, having ar rived ImhI rilwht. V. I', Hanliinton, a ranclnT of Hu wtiiM'c'and lil HutiH, :itrlved lant night I 1 1 n InII to till" city. MImh tlladys Mandell will lonvn this evetiimi for Kl I'ano. where slie will vlHli relnilveM for a month or o. K. W. DavlH, of KHlancla. enrolled in (lie IhihIu'km department of the AllmiiieriUt llimlnenn colle-H yeatel duy. ' llanir H. Oovliel. a merchaJlt of SPRINGER TRANSFER CO. Haul Trunks WALLACE HESSELDEN (leneral Contrartoni. Flgurea and wtrkmanahlp count. We guarantee more for your mone) than any other contracting firm In Al buquerque. Office at sri'LJUOIt PLANING MILL. Phone KIT. N,.t wiili our reudy-for-the-mlrtnr clothe. Meln liliM'h tailored ihrm for lit, ii ml nobody tailor better Miie cloth. in tbi world than si'i:i. r.i.t'Cit. cur own gu i' .'.'itee is backed bv their lull I, and that U a golden :eil in the clo'hilig Mm id. lull .t.li-s lull fabric (many iuipnrteil battel n) read) tie trio. I t'ti today. SuiU I in, :, is .-j.-.e, up tti $.'. O.-t n at :.r,r up l i :to. iii nn WAVAJO Blankets We have Just received from the Nftvnjo country an nssoi tmcnt of tho highest grade lndinn hlunkcU In slxc from 3x.r. to kxlti feet. Come In and look them over. We'll Mhow Home of tho prcttii'Ht mi, best Market you ever saw. Strong's Book Store "Your Money Ilmk If You WHIlt It." Helen, iind William Kllcnmeyer. uIho of the junction city, arrived Iiihi night tor a brief visit hero, Mr. and Mr. I). K. Hrnlth, of C.rancl fnnvun. moulted off hero yesterday on ih..ir in Ilenver. Mr. Smith I manager of the llol house ut the AH zona. reort. The Loyal Temperance Legion will meet toduy ut 2:30 ut the unrisuan church on South Hroudway, neur Gold avenue. All boy and girl ure cor dially Invited. Htntn Reorescntatlve Zacnrla Fa- dlllu, sheep man and atock ralner of Hun Ilnfael, Is hero for. a day or iwo on buslnek connected with the di' poaal of hie wool clip, i , Mis Resale Hcalf. on of lust year's graduate of the Cllovla high ehool, arrived In Albuquerque lust evening and will unroll in the , Albuquerque rtUHlnea college today. , The regular mooting of O. K, War ren PoBt. No. f, of the O. A. R., will 11)0 held at A. O, U. W. hall tit. 7:30 P m. Hnturdny evening. Hoptemlier 7. K. H. Wolklng, senior vice, commander. John 1. Ford mid Bister, MlHst Nurah Ford, who recetilly accompanied the body of their aged mother, Mrs. Jo hanna Ford, to Delaware, O.. for fi nal Interment, have returned homo. Manaaer J. H. Hmlihers, of the Al varado hotel, returned laid night from a month' trip to New York and the euat. Mr. Hmlthem and tho children will remain in the cant for acvcrtil Vi'eek before returning. Minn Hattla Head, of Farmlngton, haa arrived In thin city to laku the combined luiMlncHH and Bteno.mnlitC course in the ' Albuquerque UuHlneaa college' during the term that open next Monday, Sept. 9. Hon. Nathan Jufra, of Uoawell, a member of the board of regent of the unlverHity, wag here yeaterday to at tend a meeting of tho board. .Mr. Jaffa, who la prominently, mentioned m the republican nominee for con greBH, stated that he wa In no eeT a candidate for the honor. Mr, and Mr. George II, Wheeler, of 1001 North Hlxth atreet, have gone to (he tipper Pccob for an outing. Mr. Wheeler I an expert fishe rmun, while Mr. Wheeler I a water color artlat of mi mean ability, o In ull iirobaoll ity nhe will bring back with her Hkctche to atld to her already Ir.tt r ectlng collection, Frank Ault, a proBpectlve chauf feur, yeterday aetit one of Clifford' taxis into a heavy iron post In front of the Sturgex' hotel while learning how to operate the machine. I.oul Clifford, who was teaching him, de cided that thlB was all right for a be ginner and that Anil could get along without any help hereafter. Mr. and Mr. J. V. Corhun, of North Fourteenth street, parent of Hoy Corhan, the Albuquerque boy who Is playing bull with tho .San Francisco club In the Pacific Coast leagqu, have returned ftom a trip to Iah Angt le uad Sun Francisco. Mr. and Mr. C u ban hud a pleasunt vlult Willi their i mm and also had lilt' pleasure of watching htm perforin In uniform in a number of Interesting game. With the presence here the past few day of Attorney . H. M. Dough erty, of Socorro, and Attorney A. It. Kem liiin, of Santa Fe, who have been conferring with Col. W, S. Hopewell, rumors have been revived of Impor tant development, soon with refcreitcu to the building of tbe so-called Albu querque Kastcru railroad Into 'hU I city from Morlarly, a station on the New Mexico Central. The two utlor n's and Colonel Hopewell have been attending to details connected with the alfiilrs of the New Mexic.i Ccti tril receivership, which Is believed to it near final settlement. ,e Mll.l. Vltlt MAKTIX. e e Your tnollu r Is very notions e to hear from you. Write or vlrv e e etilliH't. . M. e MARY L0UISEG0ES MILE IN 2:15 1-4 AT ROCKY FORD FAIR J Ito. I,y Ford. Colo.. Sept. 6. A new stale record was made ut the closing j of the Arkunsn Valley fair here this afternoon, when Marie Louise, owned anil driven by K. A. Colburn, of I-n-er. went a mile In 2:15 1-4 over a half-mile track. Ilesulls: 1'ree-for-ul) trot or pace, purse $'.(10 Mary Louise (Colburn), I'. 1st; orange Hal (Tiplert. second: lirew tr Kljl (Sproulel. third; Iiaybreak Peibi, fourth. Time: 2:16 1-4. : '2t pace, purse loOO Hallie Wilkin d.upori. firm; Horothy C. (Foster!, second: Oiatia Wilkes tCbeiryl. third. Time: !:L'2. Three-iiuarier mile running, parse jlfio Cold Fin, first; Men lit Knight. u. i. 't. ..I... B.1. .it iliir.l Tirm: ' 1:16 t-i. j Tbiee-elgbths mile running, purse t T Ci ttnturio Oregon, first; F.dd'.e , F.t ke, second; Prince Henry, third. Time: ;JT 1-2. ' I Consolation running, purse $lrt lit. Itird. first: Cooper, second; Ueg- TWO COrJVEfJTIOFJS PROMISE SPIRITED SESSIONS TODAY Republicans and Democrats to Hold County Gatherings Sim ultaneously; Some Interesting Times Anticipated. With the holding of the republican and democratic county convention today, the triangular political battle which will ho fought out in New Mex ico during the ensuing two month or thereabout, may be said to formally open as to liernallllo county at least. The progreBslves, more familiarly known a the "Hull MooscUes," In dulged In their local skirmish yester day. The republican county convention will lie called to order In tho ICIkH' theater at 10 o'clock this morning, and tit the same hour. In tho court house In old Albuquerque, the "unti-rrlfled" will proceed to business. While the duly authenticated prog- nOHticator of both the old parties are busy forecasting harmony and main taining in season and out of season, there are no open sores or factional difference to be aired, the observunt private citizen who care to converse with tho rank and file of either of the parties , will soon discover that there is an undercurrent of troubled water In each of tho party streams. Although a coi)slderablo portion of the antl-liubbell member of the re publican party have split away openly from the -fl. O. p. banner and lire marching under the Moose standard, there. Is . large- and' probably a con trolling element which hu remained loyal to the party, but who nt'e none the less determined that Hubbelllsm and all that the name Implies. shall be relegated once end forever to the misty region of the forgotten has been and this element propose to ad mlniRter the coup do grace, locally at least, at the county convention today. Without any blare of trumpets and In a painless a manner a possible, an effort will ho made to Insert the slilletto under the fifth rib of the ex piring Hubbell machine and tho first blow wa at ruck at tho precinct prl marlos on Thursday, A careful ex umlnallon of the list of delegate elected to the county convention will show that the Hubbell relative, lieu tenant and henchmen were careful ly not named a delegate. Klfego Baca was named' 'comity chairman over A. It. Ftroup, the Hubbell can didate, at the recent meeting of tho county executive 'committee with the end In view, It I said, of carrying out the program of elimination which Is now well under way- Should the antl llubhell contingent succeed today, the Hubbell representative who have a vote In the comlng'-Htate convention will be In a hopolwamlnorlty and the Hornallllo delegates expect as a result, to have something to ay nbout how mutters shall tie run In the stale convention. It Is not -believed, how ever, that the Hubbell forces will sur render the control rwhich they have held for so long, without a fight and there will, In all probability, be Rome pretty politics played at the county convention today. It I on the card of the nntl-Huhbcll forces toduy to name John W. Wilson a temporary chairman and to make tho temporary organization perman ent. With this start and a good work ing majority of the delegates, they ex pect to have smooth sailing, but the men who will oppose this program are old and experienced In the pollllcul game and It I within tho range of probabilities that they may outgene ral their opponents. With tho democrats, It Is claimed that the Clark-Wllaon factions which flourished anil fought before the pres idential candidate were nominated, have Joined hands and agreed to oc cupy the mime bed In peace and iiulut. Thl doe' not mean that the "unterrl fled" will not have a bone of conten tion In the. convention today; far be It from them to tie without said bone, for many contend that the bone of contention is the back-bone of the party and without It the party would bo splnelese. So having nointng miter with which to construct u hone the delegate today will scrap over purely local questions and the division will be, It Is suld, along the lines which divided the city ut the last election, to-wlt: Kedllght and antl-rediight. In other words, the delegates who favor a segregated vice district In Albuquer que end those opposed, will line up on opposite sides. The strength of the factions will be tested when the ques tion of the election of a county chair man come up. Kach faction is said to hove a candidate. A strong effort was made yesterday to Induce State Senator Isaac Itarlh to accept the chairmanship as a com promise candidate, but he was not In clined to step Into the breach. It Is probable, however, that should the tight become bitter, Harth may lie in duced'to lake the. office In the inter est of harmony. The democratic state Central com mittee will meet this afternoon at the Commercial club to arrange the final detail for the organisation of the state coiivviition which meet here t. mor.ilnir and a number of the parlv leaders ore expected to ar rive in the city today for tills meeting. JAMES P. LEE COMEDY CO. GOES TO TUCSON, ARIZONA The Jamc P. Lee Musical Comedy Company left yesterday for Tucson am., where they will fulfill a con tract for an engagement of several weeks. The Lee Company has been playing in this city for some time past and the all round class of their productions ha gained quite an en viable reputation for the company. Short t omedie are the company's urcialtv and each ahow I first class. There is little doubt that full houses w ill he the rul during ne entire, en gagement In ti 4Arlfa city. COUNTY COMMITTEE OF PROGRESSIVES IS NAMED Working Unit of Third Party Formally Organizes Following Session of Bernalillo Conven tion Yesterday, The central committee of the, pro gressive party in Uernalillo county wu named at the convention of thut political organization at the court house yesterday. The committee held It first meetlni, Immediately after the larger gathering had adjourned. The principal business was the elec tion of officers. Jesus lloiuei'O was chosen chairman; W. F. A. Gierke, secretary, -and M. fl. Springer, treas urer, by rising votes. All were unani mous. Xo nominating speeches were made except one by Modesto C. Or tiz, for the chairmanship. The formation of n central commit tee, while not mentioned In the call for a county convention, wu held by Chairman H. Kuppe, of that body to be convention business which could be settled by it. A motion from Jesus Romero, to the el feet that the cen tral committee should be composed of f.ve member from Precinct 1!! and 2ti, three from Precinct 13, two each from No. C, No. 3 and No. 1, with rill the rest of tho precincts rep resented by one man, was mado and carried without opposition. This ar rangement 1 Hie, customary one for thh county. ! The roll was called and the follow ing1 men named by' their" i respective precincts; ''' ' . w. No.i l-, Joac .Apodiua y Nti'anes; No. 2, Rptfnnio Chavez; No. 'a, K Falken rieh and Klllbertoluriil'e;' Kir. 4, Sal vador .Manuel Uu'rcia; No." B, ' Jeu Maria Sanchez und Mellton Cordova; NO. (I. Jose Chavez y Apodnca; No. 7, Vencesluo (lrlego; No. 8, JuBtlnlano Outlet rcz; No. 9, Jfcenho Armljo; No. 10, lleyes Chavez; No. IS, Jesn Tip mero, M. II. Springer and M. C. orti; No. 14, S. (Jurclu; No. 22, Carlo Otlego; No. 22, Tlrcio I.ucero; No. 28, Jose Sahcdra y Jaramlllo; No. 84, Jose T. Martinez; No. 35, Antonio Jose Oarcla; No. 26, T. P. Hanson, Jerre Haggard, D. II. P.oatright, Frank Ac- kerman, Antonio Chavez; No. 12, M, L. Fox, Atanaslo Montoya, John Huron Burg, W. F. A. Gierke and F, B. Heyn. On the nominal on of Mr. Ack- erman, Rev. J. It. iteaia was maue a member at large, and on nomination of M. L. Fox, J. E. Saint was ami, made delegate at large. On motion of Mr. Ortiz, it was de cided to hold a meeting of tho central committee, fur the purpose of select ing officers, immediately after the adjournment of the convention. When the convention had adjourn ed, Mr. Ortiz culled the central com mittee to order, ahd B. Ruppe was made temporary chairman.' Mr. Ortiz then made a nominating speech In fa vor of Sheriff Jesus Romero, no other nomination for the first office, that of chairman, being made. Mr. Romero made a brief speech of acceptance and thanks for his unanimous election, which had been signified by a rising vote, and the other officer were then chosen. W. F. A. Gierke was selected as secretary and M. It. Springer a treasurer. Mr. Gierke made a very earnest speech of acceptance and assured the committee that while he was a new reiruit to the purty, his heart was In the movement. Mr. Springer moved that the execu tive committee be one of seven mem bers. Mr. Fox suggested that the chairman be allowed to select the member wherever he desired, either In or out cf the committee. Thl pro voked strong opposition from M. C. Orti and others, who did not wish the chairman to select anyone out side of the committee to aid him in Ids executive work. After Various sug gestions had been made and some dis cussion gone through with by Mr. Or tiz, Mr. Fox, Mr. Romero and one or two other, Mr. Fox's original sug gestion was embodied in a motion and carried. The committee adjourned to meet at 10 a. in., September 10th, at which time the chairman said he would an nounce the executive committee. A SACmRCE SALE. To close out the balance of the Maynard stock of jewelry, etc., today (Saturday) and to night make a positive sacrifice sale of the balance of the stock. Lots of good goods left to se lect from. 107 South Second street. MAYOR SELLERS BACK FROM FISHING TRIP TO GUADALUPE CANYON Mayor P. K. H. Seller returned nt noon yesterday from a ten day' so journ In the Jemez country. He and Mrs. Sellers-wenl by auto a far up the canyon of the Jemez a they could, and then packed their camp outfit eight miles up Guadalupe can yon on horseback and camped. There they spent a week, catching trout and sunburn. Mr. Seller has the glory of getting the most sunburn, and ap parently, the biggest fish. Anyhow, she declares she caught a trout con siderably larger than the colonel managed to hook. The mayor declared that he was f ellng ftt as a fiddle and would get to work on the fair, especially Good Roads day, at once. . Mrs. R. F.. Itarr. of Fort Worth. Tex., sister-in-law of J. II. Ftanips. x... 1110 Slate avenue, arrived the other dav and will visit her relati for about u month. Suits for men of every build NO MATTER HOW UNUSUAL YOUR SHAPE, WE CAN FIT YOU IN A Hart Schaffner!& Mirx SUIT OR OVERCOAT AS WELL AS ANY CUSTOM TAILOR IN THE COUNTRY. YOU'LL FIND HERE FALL SUITS IN EVERY COLOR, Snappy gray checks and mixed grays at $20 to $35 Fancy and plain blues at $17 to $22.50 All the new models just in. ISIMON THE CENTRAL AVENUE CLOTHIER .This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes. Cerrlllos Lnmi MIIIVI Gallup Lump All IM PHONK 91. ANTHRACITE, ALL fSlZF.S, STEAM COAL. Coke, Mill Wood, Factory Wood, Cord Wood, Native Kindling,. Fire llrit'k, Fire Clay, Santa Fe Brick, Couimon Itrlck, Lime, PATRIOTIC APPAREL5CHAS FOR THIS CITY NEXT WEEK Every Albuquerque Citizen Should Decorate Premises for Three Big Conventions to be , Held September 9, 10 and 12 , All Albuquerque Is to be in her best bib and tucker next week. On all sides there will be decorations and more decorations. The plan to have the city present her very best ap pearance next week to the three big state conventions that assemble here ha met wllh Instantaneous approval on all sides. Whether you are in the business or residence district you wil! be lonesome unless you get out the flags and bunting for next week. It Is not often that one city is so favored as to get three big conventions but that is Just what Albuquerque has done this year. Hull Mouses, demo crats and republicans all will be in convention assembled here during the coming week and it Is up to yop. as a loyal citizen of this city, to do your part. Alhuquerque citizens are going to evidence their appreciation of the honor to the delegates by dressing the old city up as she has never been dressed before. Be sure thut you do your part. ' Saddle horses, Trimble, 113 N. 2nd. Phone B01-602 tor light hauling, parcel, messenger. Prompt service. , : . ... If tou need a carpenter, telephone HeaaeJden, phone S77. Results from Journal Want Ads' TEST i SCHOOL SHOES There it is; school time again and the children must have some good School Shoes, The growing, romping school feet are always an ex pensive proposition at best. Parents who have raised a few children know' all about it, They know, too, the real i value of i GOOD SCHOOL SHOES! We have the satisfying kind, with all the style fea tures to please the boy or girl, and back of it the solid, substantial wear that parents always insist upon, Uppers of Box Calf, Vici Kid, Gun Metal or Kan garoo Calf; solid leather soles and heels, double toes, lace, blucher or button. Boys' Shoes from $1.15 to $3.00 Girls' Shoes from $1.00 to $3,00 STERN M . Cerrlllo Stove tFaAkVa J m (Gallup Stove . ft. Local Foreman of Santa Fe for Several Years Past Leaves on Monday for the Pacific Coast, Charles A. Stewart, for several .......... fnmim of the Slintll Fe round house here, resigned Mon day morning. Why thl action was taken is unknown, but current talk la that Mr. Stewart Is guing into busi ness for himself on the Pacific coast. Mr. Stewart is succeeded as general foreman by J. W. Riekard, who held the place seven or eight years ago and who has numerous friends In this city. Mr. Riekard has already taken up his duties and will herenrter be sole mon arch of the round house and all Its appurtenances. He vim connected wllh the Si. Louis. Rocky Mountain & Pacific as master mechanic at their headquar ter at Cimarron before hetook up the local position. While many friends will be glad to welcome Mr. Riekard back, Mr. Stew art has made many warm friends hera and there is great regret ut his leav ing. Results from Journal Want Ads Chicago Mill & Lumber Co. General Planing Mill. 3d and Marquette. Phone 8. OUR STEWART RESIGNS FROM ROUNDHOUSE 123 South brvontl U 1 ia :..l.l m 're. i. third, nine: :3V i-J