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f ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. SUNDAY. MAY 30. 1915.
FIVE III 5 ELECT OFFICERS IE! WEDNESDAYNIGHT President of Commission to Talk About State Fair; Oth er Business Men to Speak Dinner at Alvarado, The Ttctnll Merchants' association will hold a dollar dinner In connection with the annual meeting of the anno--elation, to be hold Wednesday nbtht lit th Alvarado hotel. Prominent Albuquerque business men will talk upon subjects of Interest to business men at the dinner. The election of officers will follow. The present of ficer are II. 8. LIOirow, president, and O. (i. Ackerman, secretary. It. K. Putney has been invited to make a talk as president of the state fair commission. Mr. Putney accept ed the Invitation which gives him an opportunity to address the pe ple DECQRAT I OF GRAVES 10 IKE PLAGETOMORROW 01 Be De Usual Memorial Sermon to livered This Mornin Decoration Day Program to Be Held Monday, IAN SGHOO EXERCISES WILL I no ow Tomorrow will lie observed ns Dec oration day by the Grand Army of the Republic. Only the services custo mary for the .Sunday preceding Doc oration day will be hcl 1 today nt the Firs; Presbyterian churh. There the ltev. Huith A. Cooper, pastor of the chun h. will preach a sermon appro priate to the occasion and especially ndiliersod to the veterans of both the northern and southern armies and pa triotic socicti' H. The uraves of veterans In Kalrvlew cemetery will be decorated tomorrow. Committees will attend to the decora moHt Interested in the fair Just a few j tllin, jn ,nor fenieterlee. 1- oHowlnU this the Urand Army members with members of allied patriotic organi sations will 150 to the llarelns bridge to hold the usuul services in commem moiatlo!i of the dead sailors. The i. A. H. observances for to day and tomorrow are outlined in the following order from J. 1. Caldwell: "C,. K. Warren Post, the Woman's Ilelb'f Corps and the Ladles of the O, A. l:., will meet at the armory nt 10:50 sharp Sunday morning. May ill), to attend memorial services In the Presbyterian church. AH veterans, ex - confederates, sons of veterans, Spanish war veterans and other pa triotic societies arc Invited to meet with us and march to the church in a body, where all will be made wel come. "We will meet at the Central school building. Third street and Lend ave nue, Monday morning, .May 31. nt 8 o'clock sharp for the march to the cemetery, where We will nave our .Memorial day burial service and derc- rate the graves. Prom the cemetery I we will proceed to liarelaa bridge, I where services will be held for the sailors and marines who died In the civil war. "P.v order of the committee. "J, O. CALDWELL, Secretary. davs before the starting of the cam paign to raise llo.Onfl, the amount required of Albuquerque people to finance a fair of the class that a slate exposition should be. The other speakers and the sub jects upon Which they will talk, ac cording to the program announced yesterday by Secretary Ackerman, follow: I. S. Kosenwald "Antagonism ver mis Co-operation in rllusiness." 1!. O. Jaffa "Why So Many Mer chants Fail." C. O. Cnshman "The Necessity of a Convention Hall." Col. I), K. U. Kellers "Good Ponds as Trade Luiblers." OLD FEUD BETWEEN ' SHOPS FOREMAN AND TIMEKEEPERS SETTLED For gome time there- has been a strong rivalry between the foremen and timekeepers of the Santa Fe shops which culminated In a weird exhibi tion of .ho national pastime at the Harelas field yesterday afternoon. To get "down to case," II was a deep and darksome trick that won the game. The foreman had arranged so that Dark r, the timekeepers' star southpav, could not play. The time keepers charge their defeat to the ab sence of their lefthander from the box. The score was IS to 13. The foremen, however, assert their victory was due to superior knowledge of "inside stuff" and also to six home runs, most of which dropped beyond left field anil which kept outfielder Iteddy doing a marathon. When Timckeepi r Colg(n was ut bat, with two strikes called on him, a bat resembling that used by the Eng lish for cricket, only wider, Was pre sented to him. He swung at the next one si rved up with it and retired to the bench. Th? teams lined up as follows: Foremen Dufner, .nil; Wlckhnm, r.; Smith, p.: Nye, 1st; Uequiult, 3rd; lilood, cf.; Welch, ss.; Moore, rf.; Lyons, If. ' Timekeepers Dywrt, c. ; Thomas, sa.; Campbell, p.; Spahr, 1st; Colgan, 3rd; llrown. 2nd; Coombs, cf.; Wall ing, rf.; Hiedy, If. Elaborate Program Arranged for Commencement; Visit ors Invited to Inspect Build ings of Institution, BEACHEY'S LAST FL T FILM TO BE SHOWN HERE A. A. U. CHAMPIONSHIPS TO TAKE PLACE AS ' ANNOUNCED RUBIEN GUN TOTERS WHO TOOK i CASES TO THE DISTRICT COURT FOUND GUILTY Did Not Know He Had Kidney Trouble tv MonN.Na ituxuiMci.n jdgo II. F. 1 1 u v n t (I H. of the dis- Xew Ym k. May j:'!. Frederick W. I trlct coin-t. yesterday heard two Ituhleii, secretary of the Amateur! cases tllut liiid Iteen ,1 tm,itli1 fr,,m Athletic union, staled today that the , mill. -in- Athletic union senior and Junior track and Held championships and the outdoor swimming champion- the polite court. In one case the court imposed a more Severn sentence than Jndne Cmig bad given, uud In tile oilier, passeil practically tile sanu The closing exercises of the t'nited States Indian school will take place May 31 to June 2. As the Indian de partment has added two years of high school work to the course of study, there will lie no graduati s this year. The exercises will begin Monday af ternoon, May 31, with a May fete on the lawn nt 3:'IH, which will consist of drills, tolk dances and a Maypole dance. in Tuesday, June 1, at 2:30 p. in., visitors who desire to Inspect build ing! will be shown through. Inspec tion will lie followed by an Intel class baseball game at 3:311 and dress pa rade and military competitive drill ut 4:30. Hand i-om-i it Hi the evening from ii:3i to 7:30, followed by the op eretta, The Captain of Plymouth, at K. The operetta Is a burlesue on the 1 poem by Longfi how, "1 he Courtship of Miles Klandish. ' The public Is Invited to the exer cises and school teams will meet the street cars at the sawmill. The following program will be ren dered at the May fete tomrrow; 1. Floral Drill ..Second tirade llirls 2. Hals, Peas, Beans, and Parley Crow Kindergarten Class 3. Maypole Priitiary Class 4. Pennant Drill .. Fourth tirade Girls 5. Mountain Polka, "Swedish" .... Fifth Crude llirls 6. Sash Drill First tirade C.irls WATER AT FAIRVIEW TO BE MADE OCCASION OF SERVICES TODAY The achievement of the long-cnn-lenipluted object of getting a water supply nt Fairvlew cemetery will be made the occasion of special Decora tion day m rvlcest this morning by the 00000000000000 000000000000 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o ST. VINCENT ACADEMY WILL PRESENT EGYPTIAN PRINCESS AT CRYSTAL THEATER Wednesday, June 9th 3:30 p. in. TICKETS SO CENTS. SALE AT MATSON'S oooooooooooooooooooooooooo j Hudson for Signs;' I Wall Paper I HUDSON for Picture Frames Fartb St. and Copper At. Ca.pt. W. P. Dimes yesterday issued an order for Company G. new Mexico national guard, to report at the ar mory at N o'clock this morning. The national guard has observed Memorial dav by marching to the cemetery, fir-inn- a Ul.IiII.. t.twl U.lll ,,, 1 1, rr tuna in honor of the men who fought In the "-'"luliien 1 civil war. When the company re ports this morning Captain Dimes will give orders respecting tins otiservance The Woman's mints yesterday ers at Fairvlew truck was hired to haul barrel of water to the place. The truck will stand in the middle of the cemetery. congregation of Temple this Albert, result through whose activities was obtained. The members of Oil organization will leave from the temple in auto mobiles at 9:i: o'clock this morning. The services at the cemetery wil be by Itabbl Moise, Uergman and iiddr -uses will he mude ny h. i . Jaffa, president of the congregation, and David Weinman, chairman of the eloli mad.. nrrnnire. Cemetery committee. for watering flow-! Tm' l'1-mting of trees and the eemeterv A niano ! ting out of flowers is planned by OFFICIAL PUtX.lt AM .IVF.X (II I I1)U Al lOMDISII.E UA I With the Dukes playing tomorrow At Phoenix the only sports to be held here Decoration day will be the nu-tomobil-e- races to take place at Trac tion park. Colonel Sellers, who has charge .of the speed contests, yester-d-'iv gave out tins official program. Here it is: 1. Five-mile motorcycle race. Wil liam Meuinger, twin Indian; Kennie Embery, twin Excelsior. t. Two-mile automobile elimination race. Three cars. 3. Two-mile automobile elimination race. Three cars. 4. Ten-mile automobile race. Four cars. Standing start. 5. Five-mile consolation automobile race, timers In elimination race). 6. Time trials for New Mexico track record, tine mile. Drivers to signal starter. The official entries follow: 1. Leo Garcia (owner), Lee Till man (driver), Ivan Moore (me chanic). Duick 10. 2. Homero Ad company (owner), fleorge Hottlnger (driver). Punch Thorp (mechanic), Overland 42. 3. Howard Livingston (owner), A. T. P uracil (driver), Ralph Hobbs (me chanic), liuick 10. 4. Verun Embery (owner), Verun Embery (driver), Cotton Malletto (mechanic), liuick 25. 5. J. IT. P. Jones (owner), Julius Head (driver), Lloyd Cunningham (mechanic). liuick 17. (i. Ch-is. Davidson (owner), Clias. Davidson (driver), Hurlon lteed (me rlin nic). Ford T. The officials will be: Judges George It. Craig, C. M. Rather and Sam Stevens; timekeepers Joe Har nett, SI Schlnss and Emll Mann; starter U. F. llayburn. sel-the nieml.ers of the congregation, and It is announced that others, not mem bers of the coiiKregatlon, may obtain water from the iiine supply at actual cost. This Reel Will Be One of Pic tures at St, Anthony's Or phanage Benefit; Weber and Fields in Another, Dairy C. Drum, head of the World Film corpnr.it ion, who is a. mm-ln-law of Col. D. K. II. Sellers, yesterday wired the colonel telling him what reels the corporation would send here for thn benefit for St. Anthonys or phanage Friday. one of the pictures will navy tre mendoiiH drawing power. It Is that of Lincoln Henehey last flight. The World Film corporation happened to have nine cameras trained on lleiichey from different points on San Fran cisco hay. The flight prevlouti to th breaking of one of tit wings of Ills monoplane and the plunge Into the waters are Known. The attempts to Uescue the daring little aviator and bringing his body to the surface also will appear In the reel. Tho Vandcrbilt cup race may b sent also. i Mr. Iiruni was not certain whether he would be able to make this reel part of the program, how ever. He will send word to Colonel seller In a few days. ships will lake place ut the Panama-' sentence, although In the latter case the two ill-fi nd, Hits gained sometbliig by having llu-lr sentence suspended. I-.. C. t'liuvcx and II. ('have, chauf feurs, were fined r,', each by Judge ltaynolds. The sentence was suspend ed upon their good behavior upon their paying the costs. Judge Craig had fined them J.r each and cowti on the charge of carrying deadly wea pons, I-:. Ixipcx was fined $.15 and costs with choice of serving twenty-five days In Jail. He was fined JJO and costs by the police Judge. Hi' was committed to jaiL raeirie International exposition, as was officially announced, on August It mid 7 and July 111 to 24, respec tively, and that the Panama-Pacific International exposition Indoor swim ming championships will be held in the Sutro baths on July HI to IT. Whooping ougli, "When my four children had whoop ing cough a few years ago I gave then Chamberlain'! Cough Hemedy, There I no better remedy mad for this dis ease," writes Mrs. John Cratn, liluff ton, Ohio. Obtnlnnbln everywhere. W NEW MEMO) PI'.M'I i:TI AltV. Santa Fe, X. M., May UN, lal.'i. ' To all concerned; The following prisoners have made application for parole. Action on same will be taken at a meeting of the hoard of parole on June 8, 11)1.1: Paul Hons, Michm-I de Acun.l, Dexter Speights, Bernalillo county; cbls ("hilling lie (lay, San Juan county; Plus Plaza, Mora coiin ly; Amir' N la O., Dona Ana county; Epifanlo Vhumn, tinny county: Wil liam Itogers, Candido Padlila, Mniscs Armljo, Colfax county; Samuel Hoy bill, Kuseblo Fernandez, I'nion coun ty; llictor Mendosn. (irant county; Molses Lewis, Patdo Pales, Eddv county.. JOHN II. SI MAM'S, Supei inti-nih nt. Jewelry for the THE WM. FARR COMPANY Wholesale nd Retail Dealer In FKKSII AND SALT MEATS Sausage) Specialty. For tttle and Hog tne IllffCeCt Market Prior Are. Paid. DUKE CITY Cleaners -Hatters (20 Went Gold Phone Ut Bride and the Graduate A l'leasiii"; Selection in ' KI.W.S I..WALUKUKS llkOOCHKS 15AU TIN'S SCARF PIN'S ,SV Willi Piantoiiik, Cameos aiitt Oilier 'minus Stairs. Complete Selection of Ladies' and Gentlemen's . Watches. Trices Reasonable Quality the Test. Our Ann: ''To 'lease You." S. T. Vann, 1'hoiie 123 FIN'K ART JKW'FXKR 214 West Central tea Tntll I applied for life Insurance," "write! Andrew O'l nnll, Hirmlng limii, Al., "1 it 1,1 nut know leal I hsil kidney trouble, but four pliy ali iuna w ho exHinlii'-il in for the cmii-I-an v ial'1 I hud. Hud each turned mil down on Hieount ef tills inmillnua tiniilile. letter 1 w an "i lously ills- bled and ue,l Foley Kidney Pills, and used them pernlstentlv, until nowr tine if Hit) ain pliysieln n suyii 1 in all rfllit anil ha will O. K. my sppll rstlnn. I lisva rnused mnnv of inv friends to liuy Foley Kidney l'ill." Overworked kldneyi may become Inflamed ami aertously diseased w hile th sufferer Ignore the wurnlnga. HackuehH, ilieiiniHtism, urle acid In the blood, dlcolored urine, nrT Joints, Hore muscles, pufllnes under cyi' any and all of these rondliimm deserve lnstnt attention. Foley Kid ney Pill help the kldnev to do their work, sooh ami heal Irrltiithms nn help (lirow out polionuu waul mt tur f i oin tli nyiiuiii. WtLI KVI'.HYWIIIinR V3i LIKE MOTHER MADE Did you ever eat that bread that left a taste like more; bread that out an smooth as coll roast beef; bread that you could spread when the butter wa cold? Don't you know? That good, olld breal? That's our kind, Pioneer Bakery 207 fUintli First Street.' c 3 BALDRIDGE LUMBER COMPANY PAROID ROOFING with 15 year guarantee FLOODS IN MISSOURI AND KANSAS DELAY TRAINS FROM EAST All Santa Fe trains from the east were late yesterday and last nisht nwlnjr to (be fact that the railway bridge at Lexington, Mo., was washed out and 'he Kansas river Is hitfh be tween .'.lollkiuy and Kansas City. Two sections of the California limited and No. 7, duo yesterday morning, did not arrive until afternoon. No. 1, due at 7:30, arrived at 1:40 o'clock this morniiiK and No. 9, due ut 11:50 p. in., was scheduled to reach here nt 6:5a a. m. A "stub" No. t from iM Junta arrived here on No. s time but did not ko farther west. A "stub" N.j. X16 arrived at 9:30. This train was run because No. 21, the He len "cut-olf" train, was late. 44XH IF71 Iron Worker Praises Duffy's FL , tW cate of a $tructural iron worker who $uf- ,fj (I fered severe ttomach trouble, but thank, to Duffy'o J3 J Pure Malt Whiskey he it almost ready to resume his lf r hazardous calling : "For many weeks I was laid up sick In bed in the hos pital with stomach trouble which gradually wore me away to a mere skeleton. The hospital treatment did not seem to improve me, so my aocior saiu i wuum uui get well and told my people to take me home, as there was nothing any one on this earth could do for me. When I reached home my doctor ordered je fed on a tablespoonful of Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey every two hours. After taking Duffy's for over one week, with out another morsel of food entering my sys tem, I began to have a longing for something to eat, and to my surprise found I could keep a little oatmeal gruel on my stomach, and gradually I regained my former appetite and felt better. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is the cause for my present good state of health, and my doctor says I will soon be able to go bade to my trade of structural iron worker. I am not afraid of the truth ana hope others will benefit from the use of Duffy's the same as myself. -Thomas Satchell, 275 Tillary St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey may be relied upon in extreme cases where other foods are rejected. When taken as directed just before meals, it assists in keeping healthy the essenttat functions of digestion because it induces activity in the flow of gastric juices so the food you eat will digest naturally. This action on the digestive process is of great importance as it brings to all the tissues and organs of the body the nutriment necessary to their sustenance and indirectly to the whole system strength and vigor. It's a medicine for all mankind, and you, too, can "Get Duffy's and Keep Well." Sold in SEALED BOTTLES ONLY. Beware of imitations. flUTE $1-00 par bottia. If K cannot supply you, writs us, wa will UU you whr to get it MHical bookUl fn. . The Duffy Malt Whiskey Co, Rochester, N. Y. DELINQUENT RIFLEMEN TO BE GIVEN CHANCE TO QUALIFY TODAY The Albuquerque Rifle BHHoeiation will shoot today at tho 300, COO, and 600-yard ranses bo members who have not fired their regulation ten shots at these distances may qualify. Two squads will ro to the range, as usual, one in the morning and the other in I he afternoon. DEATHS AND FUNERALS Louie Miller. I.oule Miller, 32 yeura old, died nt 1:30 o'clock yesterday morning. He was a native of Austria and came here throe months ago as a health seeker. Vie is not known to have any relttUves in this country. The body was taken to Hlnki niore'a undertak ing rooms, Mrs. Margaret ll IplM'tisline. Mrs. Margaret A. Helnhenstlne, 68 years old, died at. 1:30 o'cloek yes terday morning at her home on .North Second street. She had been here two years. A daughter was wlth her at "the time of death. The bodyi was taken to Strong Brothers' under- taking rooms.. Funeral arrangements j had not been completed last night. We Invite Your Attention to Our Present Stock of SUITS, DRESSES, COATS, SKIRTS and BLOUSES Revealing All the Newest Mid-Summer Fashions iffgrfcif teal Mis. Magilalinu Cliesuk. Mrs Mugdalina C'hesuk, 57 years old, wife of Charles C'hesuk, die-d at Iho home of her daughter, Mis. C. H. DeWitt, 307 South Kdlth street, at 11 a. m. yesterday. She cut mo here three and one-halt years ago from Spencer, Neb., and has been living on a ranch on North Fourth street. Hesldes a "husband, five children survive, Mrs. (.'. 41. DeWitt and Anna Chesak of Al buquerque, William, Charles and Kd ward Chesak of Spencer. The body la at French's parlors. Funeral arrange ments will be announced later. Mrs. Trinidad G. de randclarla, Mrs. Trinidad Garcia de Candelarla, wife of the well-known resident of Old Albutueniue and this county, Je sus Candelarla, who preeeded her to the grave some years ago, died at her home on West Central avenue Friday night at the age of 71 years. She left one daughter, Juanlta. Mrs. Garcia was a member of the well-known and respected family of tlarclas of this county and state. The funeral will take place from the old homestead Tuesday. Mass will be celebrated at the church of San Felipe de Neri. In terment win be at tanta Barbara. The funeral will be conducted by the Crollott l'ndertaking company. Friends of the fumily are requested o attend. ATTRACTIVE SUMMER FROCKS Pretty Summer Dresses in tlic new striped, figured ami dotted French Voiles. A dozen or more of the mo.st approved styles priced at $7.00. SMART AND STYLISH SKIRTS Our Skirts win admiration from everyone who sees them. Snapjiy styles, excellent tailoring and popular prices have given us a record skirt business. Wash Skirls m Welt Piques, Bed fords, Linens rinJ Palm Peach Cloth. ,?1.23, $2.00, $.'.00, $3.50, $5.00 and $G.00. Cloth Shirts in Check Serges and plain colors, at $5.50, $G.50, $7.50 and $10.00. Taffeta Silk Skirls are all the rage. They are dressy and fill the wants for summer wear. Priced at $10.00 to $15.00. We have a few Wool Suits left, this season's styles, which we are offering at $10.75 to close out. Values up to $30.00. ' PRETTY SUMMER BLOUSES Our Waist Department is show ing a good assortment of all the new Cotton and Silk lllouses. Beautiful styles to captivate the most critical tastes. Wash lllouses in the new Awning and Pawns. Styles and values that $1.00 to $1 Stripe, White Voiles make them desirable. .75. leauliful lllouses in Jap Silks, Crepe tie Chines and all the new novelty cotton materials. Kxccllcnt values at $2.00 and $3.50. Handsome Waists in Crepe de Chines and Georgette, exclusive stvles, all new models. $1.75, $0.00 and $7.50. We carry and best $1.00. the famous Jaek Tar Muldies, the most stylish fitting middy made. Priced from $1.25 to f you are getting ready for your summer trip, now is the time to lay In your wants, Better assortments, pleasing styles c'md a satisfaction to know that your wardrobe is correct. Selecting them now is a pleasure, as you know you will find everything; just up to the height of fashion. an 313-315 W. Central Phone 283