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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1915.
Crescent Hardware Co. lovea, Hungry, Tlonne Fnrnuthlng Gootla, fiilliTj, Tools, Iron Pipe, Valve and Fitting, Plumbing, Heating, Tin and Copier Work. SIS W. CENTRAL AVE. TELEPHONE It. 200 UN SEE ST. VINCENTS ILL READY Fl To Show the Horrors of War and to Create a National Desire for World-wide Peace, There Will Be Presented at the AXE, SPLITTING THEATER JUNE 7-8 THE AMERICAN BREAKFAST NATIONAL OATS TODAY AXI TOMORROW IX SANITARY tires ALWAYS I Itl hll AITKRXOOXS uml F.YKMXOS EIGHT. s w m CURIOS CRYSTAL BEFORE DAYBREAK COMMENCEMENT HER READ OPEN y v c a .x takt i: Tin: i 1 v v i; it I; x i: BONO-CONNELL SHEEP AND WOOL COMPANY 6hei:p axi wool hires and pelts Office and Warehouse, TUcraa Avenue and Itallroad Track fHEN WE OFFe"r ARNOLD'S BEST I FLOUR i FRANCISCO IYA at a lower price than some oilier brands, p!cae hear in mind that we offer von the advantage of our Inivino; car loads direct from the . Mill. tiieue is xo iskttkk l'LOUR. Larf-e Sacks $2.25 Snnll Sacks $1.15 WARD'S STORE 1 1 1 M arhln A . Phone HOMER H. WARD, lift. riYKIG THEATRE TODAY IS KILLED BY A PERALTA FARMER Men Believed to Have Ouar relcd at Valencia County; Town; Donaciano Slayer, Gives Up, Department Is Opened at 3;40 a, m. by Manager William son for Tourists on Ida Fl liott Special, More than 20ft woircn visited the Fred Hiirvey carlo lfjn rtmctil be tween 1140 and !i n'i lock yesterday morning. Thin wa the flint tlnm n tin" history nf the department that It ha bet n dpi' ri (ii i'n r ly . Thi visitor wer tourist on Mrs. Ida Willis Fl llott' Fii'dul train, w ho are on tin' way from the imiitheust to California. There wir,' 240 person on the train, (inly three or four were men. Nearly nil saw the curio room. I'rur li'itHy all wiM' awake and dressed wtun tho train arrived here about d:4U o'clock, having hern informed, hy 'tin- trainmen that the room would be I open. P. L. Williamson, munnycr, who wan notllled Saturday night by telegram of ilin lime of arrlvul of the special, personally attended to the opening. it-oi r trains di rot i;i i ou;k sxt i e main line and TOMORROW Monday and Tuesday 'The Price of Crime' Produced by the Albnuer (iie Film Mnftf. Cumpany. Tlni e-rccl I'm I no-. 'I'll it il '1 ii r hail a eiiiilliiuoiih run for 17 liny In ono iIm'uiit In hail I'riiiii'lMi'o, Calif., anil played the tlilril ivturn date In mat I In rtlrr In I iim Angeles. 'Hits III llIK a till t MH'NltM for ItHcir. It ii n -t do noun picture. 'Target Practice and Such a Picnic' (MIH'llltl Coined). ) Iionai Iniio tlan lii Kind iiiul killed Frum-lcco Moyn with an iiutoiiiall' plto at Pctiillu Saturday night, ac cording In n report Hint rpu' hi'il here yesterdat. Sheriff Itupcrto .l.ii mnillo, of Valencia county, who was hero I yesterday . cnnliriiicd II, n, big Gar-' i hi hmi given hliiis. If up to H .) u x 1 1 1, i ! of I Ik. pt ai at I'i'i'iillu unci wan thH 111 lliii county jail id I. on Lull is. (i.ll ciu i , J ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 t In k it 1 In k hat refused to inukp iniy titiiii'iiiciil, t tic ulurlff, aid. Arciil'illlIU lo illfol'lllntlon tcrl lV't'd ' from 1'iiall.i, the Nhooliiin followed, it da nif at which the men are mip-i po.e, to have ,Uarrcleil. Two i't-j moiiH of the ufliilr were eiirrent here. I one wan that Aloyu t nil hln hiother laid In Malt for liaicl.i ami thut h 1 1 lit not open lire until one hat thrown a rock t him. The other filmy wan thai liarclii unit looklim for them, killed one hrother nml inirNiieil tile olher. He tiled live uhola In (ill. (i. in la 1m ,i farmer, lie ia noout yearn old, Ih manlcil and ha liini clilldien. Moyn waa a Mheepherdcr, hIioiiI ;a yearn old, and Iniiniii rii d. lioth I i ' ut t'eraila. J AGORSO IKES HIGH SCORE AT 300-YARD RANGE VUDOR PORCH SHADES KKtP 1IIR I-OIU H ttmu llOSENWALD'S Stronr brothers Undertakers :: PROMPT HmVtOR. PHOXR l . tiTHOXO ItMv., X)l'l'ICIl ' and HX'oxn. i FOR HIRE VMUK Al SAXOX 8t CARS $2.00 PER HOUR 2.1 Cent City Callu TIL1.MAX TWt.otc TAXI PHONE 788 In the .Ubuiiuei'iiiie Itlfle clnli'a Nhoot yi'Hlerday at the natlonul Miinrd target ratine, wiuih of the highlands, Jacobdon miide the hlKh ncor. In ralild fire lit 300 yurdH, and W. !. ItiiHp ,wiih hlKh In rapid fire ut 20V yarde. However, W. t'l. Uo((er remained hlnh man for the Henison with n total feme of SI) I; A. A. Itoyle necond, with IK5, uml U. H, True third, with IU7. Iloyle wan the only ne of tin-He three who idiot yeatetday and he waM third triun in (ha nhootinK ut 300 unln, hut hln former good iniirk held up hli1 Hveni'fe. Next Sunday tdmntiiiK will he ut the 30O-, 6011. uml lioo-ard funned, Hluw fire. Jtamte oif'lcer 1'. It. I'ltdicr want all itiemhei who have not Miot nt lhene ra line to turn out, no the rec ord of the chili may lie kept mrnlht. The Hcort'H hmitf up yextei'duy fol low: Throe Iliiiulred Ynrili, .Same . Hits ficoru lacohnui 10 4H II ). Alutlhow 10 30 1'. I.muih 10 4 0 It II. Mitchell 10 itt A. A, lloyle 10 3K Tuo 1 1 ii mil ii I A aid-. Jl. , I'. It. II. (ton . , . I. Milt I hew A, lloyle . . . I. ynllH II. Mitchell , Colvln 46 411 III 3(1 .15 2!l LOCAL ITEMS Or t Ji TEW EST ; TEACHERS' INSTITUTE ! FOR VALENCIA COUNTY DOING SPLENDID WORK WEATlllll HH'OUT. No 21 tli MlM-lonary arrived In r ut 3:10 o'clot k yeHlenluy after noon. lunnliiR over the main line for the flint time. The Mhmomiry' roiile Ik from ChlcuKo to the iiiaul hy way of Newton, Kun.. Ainarllln, Tex., He len mid Unlit, N. M. It h'uk in toured yi'Mterilny w hen the tri'Htle ov.r the South Canadian, near ANUm, 1 1 k In., w ent out Saturday in n flood. Two mile of track were wuHhcd .iiviiy. ,'o. SI had dixlien t'lir. The leiiKth wa niniHiial owltnj; to the fa t that Saturday and Jexter day MiHHlonarieH were con-olidiited at Newton, Kan., Saturday' liuin havlnir hem hacked to that city from the hi Id :e. No. 2:' the TeMin -the Milon nry' opioi"lle, arrived here at mld liiKht taut niuht from the west. Thce truliiH Mill continue rimriliis hy way of Alhuqui rcpie Indefinitely, aecot dln' lo advice rerelved hy the local mil road people. The d.'iitl liclion of the hridne ni" Hllute th hundliiiK of the hi avy freiKht traffic hy wiiy of A lliiuiuerquc. Yf.iterilay five No. 34', "nd-bull" otHtiKe iriln. puhmmI throiiKh here. hound euct from 'ulifornln. Also li livestock train went throuuh. The li-tiurltir of ,nn. 21 and 2:' will not ititcrriitil luiwieimer or mall service lieMvein here and nny pninlM on the rut-off. A "tuh" No. 22 was run euHt from Helen lat nltjht on time, to .;o a fur hh the whhIhiiiI. No. ; 800. for Kl I'aso, took the "Ktilh'" i ripilpmint out of here. The truin pulled Hlxteen ear a far im Helen, AUTHENTIC PICTURES OF GREAT WAR TO BE SHOWN HERE TODAY The (list authentic motion picture of the wur picture taken In the rnldsit of the hottle will u whown and explained !' a lecturer at th Crystal theuter Moiulny and TtieHda.v, June 7 and , ufternoon and even ing. 1 ; i 1 it now the animated aeciie thrown on the acreen huve lieen In-1 terentlnK only a Nhowlni; prominent I lender, inohllizuliotiH, etc. of vurlmi countrle. Thee new (Icrinan wnr mntlon nletiires are the pnalion in New YorK nt t tic Deutsche Irvlnif l'laie theater unci now crowilitlif to II iitmoHt the llrourtwny tlieuter In Denver. They were taken on the (tr IttB Hues and In rump hy permission of the (tcrtnan uenerul laff with the approval of Emperor VV'tlhelni If., who appear In everul of the wcenes. Neither the flnn arts photograph shown In Sunday newspaper nor the cabin dally news mimed to cold type can brlns to view, or appeal to the emotion a do thcHO actually llvlnH. lirenlhtnK. movlnc ye. and dyintt soldier. ilKhtlnw for 'honor and coun try in tile (iieutest war of all times. Unusually Good Program for Closing Exercises; 'Egyp tian Princess' at Crystal Wednesday, Tim cummenceiin nt cerc!. of St. Vincent ucadeni), which v III take place this. Week, will take rank u ciinocit; the most elaboiate an, I enter taining of all the school exercise Mv en in New Mexico thi fprinif. The climax of the eoiiiineuccnienl will come Wednesday afternoon with the rendition of "Th.e KKyptian I'lin cess," the Leudemy pluy to lie pre- tiled ut the t'rtal theuter, and P. ! assured thut one of the largest au dience ever KUthercd for a achmd commencement in Albuquerque will he present at that time. Mis Marie Hailing I the winner thia year of tho utitiuul scholarship X : J , i Little Girls Runs to Dance Hall and Cries Her Father Has Killed Mother: Man Es capes Despite Search, Alfon Malhleu, 415 South Walter street, who returned yesterday from Vatijthn. broiiKhl the report of u mur der committed there Snturduy nlxht. Veniclo AiOKon, tin employe ut the fantn Fe roundhoue, Rolnir mime from work ahortly before mldnixhl, beat hi wife over the head with au ne until she wa dead, according to the report, Mr. Mathieu learned at aiinhn. one of their children, a little Kill, ran to e. dance hull and cried out that her father had "killed mama." Men who went to the hous found the wotnun dead, h,er head split by the axe. one of her hand wa cut. she evidently huvinc tried to wurd off tht 1,1iuu AI Vmitflin iruffLn'a mntilp i thought to have been Jealousy. J The sheriff nud ft poe tnrted I" X eiarch of Ar.iKon, who Med. hut re- J turned yeuterday mornlna without! liittoifc f-eii ii, in. iiKo,t i I a 4 Times Daily, at 2:00, 3:30. 7:30 and 9:00 THE FIRST OFFICIAL MOTION PICTURES ed to have been seen on the roud to hi father' home, at ti email town ncur YuiiKhn. The AruKoti had four children. rancliiK In an'" between 2 and 8 Mar. Arntron was 25 year old. HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI TO HAVE BANQUET TOMORROW The htph school ulumul will hold n banquet ut K:30 .o'clock tomorrow iiiKht at the hUh achool. More than 200 Invltatlona will be sent out by the alumni association to Kriidiiatea who have Joined the association and those who are illKihle, but who have not be come members. A churn, of twenty five cents it plute will las made ut the banquet. I'pnn the attendance ut the banquet depend whether there i to be a stroiiK alumni asMicitition. MI.SS MAItlf IIAI.I.IXti ' f.....l...H ... 4 t 1... . ... t .ilrilim I il 1 no III! lli'K lun til ril. in, cnl'x Academy unci W inner of tile Si luilui-lilp to Mount .St. lltM'pll. to Mount St. JoKctih, a distinction that la eanerly ctaved by all students of St. Ylnccnt and that currlc with! it the recoK'iiton of exceptional mer-1 it and faltlilul study, oilier honor. nradunte are Miss Kratices Murphcy, .Miss Kululla Mercedes Yrlssari, Mlsi t'arolinu Schmidt, Mis Helen l.i ",l .Miss Cutherlno (libbins uml Miss Hilda l.oebs. The class leader for the eur are Mlsse Mnrle Haliini;, Hissie Uren nun, Kstellu Armijo, Viola llerketi hoff, Antoinette- t'iiuuvln, Kosi Atiousleman. I.nuzclhi Allen, Klnriia (.lllbert, Mury Roehl. Ysabel Stcven MUl, Helen McShune, Helen Itosen-heck. KlKhth itradl' diploma will be awarded to Misses Antoinette Chan vin, Irene Conley, Ijivlnu Hun, tell, Anna Kelly, tlracc liaxter, Alice llcriiilon, Hattle Henderson, l.oruine Hermann, Henina ('audi Im ia, Mary Louise l.oebs, l.ucy I. una, I.ala (laf cla, Munuellta l'huve7 Curlotu Sulu zur. The followiPK will receive certifi cate for perfect, attendance: M1ses Alice Hacu, Marie Hailing;, Oravcllu Kraft, t'rselu HallliiK, Viola llerkcn holT, Mary Slewnrt, Dorothy Duller, Irmu I.ix. Ine?! lMno, Antoinette Cliau vln, Huttle Iiitidraon, Mary Louise l.oelm, Kthel (lotT, I.ouise Sherman, Fellplla Dlalovt)!, MUdrid Sheehuu, Dorothy liluiney, Stella (Jarciu, Kve lyn Mearns, K.ioniu tlllbert, Marie Delahoyde, Sjlvlu Davis, Kratices lllake. Kosc Mclnlyrn, Adelaide Wil llumson, Anues Mclntyre, Luottu Mu Dermott, Josephine t'astilla, Nafai' Friuici. Liicelu t'lno. Ysabel Steven son, Moynelle Stevenson, Marnaretl (ioiiEales, t'cliua Chauvin, Josephine Fruncl and Marcella He lily. PROMINENT WOMEN TO DELIVER ADDRESSES AT WOMAN'S CLUB TODAY Mr. Frederick Sdioff, of I'hiladel- phin, und Mr, ntville Hriiiht, of (.'hi- cuno, win were expected In Albuqucr- i que yesterday, were delayed and w-ill ; arrive In the city thi morning. They! will be met ut the I ruin by u (lcleKu- thin of club women and will be given a taste of Albuquerque ho-pltallty durlnn their lay in the city. Thi at'ernoon Mr. Schoff and Mth. ! I'rinhl will address a met ting ut the1 Woman' club hulldliiK and tonight, they will speak at the hili achool an-i ditoriiim. The tci ni'iul subject of child welfare will be made the uh- : Jccl of boili addresscH, and the foi tnu- lion tf a pun nt-tc ucher' assuelutlon i 1 contemplated a a rcult of their visit lo New Mexico. I .XO'l'i:: Tlicso art the wiiiu; War 'C' lure that were cciiily lnoiixlit t o lcncr hy the RiH'ky Mountulii News und Denier TIiipk, anil imckcd the Dniad way llicHtcr f o ti f tlJiics dull) for ten tluy. of the European War Taken by Permission of the German General Staff ii:sci:iDi:ii in dftaii, by Count Martin Pache Xolctl I ti'turer and Trucller Prices Matinee, 10 and 15 cents Nightf 15 and 25 cents TAKES CARPETS FROM FATHER'S STORE AND IS NABBED BY DONAHUE D) Theater Today "EXPLOITS Or ELAINE" Sixth Episode-"THE VAMPIRE" Head the Story in This Issue of The Juunml 'A LKSSOX L KOMAXCE' Masterpiece zeith Ullian Drew ANITA STEWART and EARL WILLIAMS in "TIIK SORT OF A GIRL WHO CAME I' ROM Vitagraph. PO"T MISS THIS HEAVEN"' PROGRAM Serseant doiluc Into ond street. being seen Krl Ilonahoe saw two men ;'. vacant lot on South Sec-! apparently trying to avoid by him, lust nlnht. Dona hue followed them and found liuldle ('. Nlribcn and Dude Millihbaush. They had two carpets and a coll of hose, which they said they took from the Star furniture store, intending to sell. The Star furniture tore ia own ed by Gilbert Nirisen, father of Hai ti le. Dalclie hu a key to the place. Doth he and Mlllinbauh were placed in Jail. SUMMER SCHOOL WILL BEGIN THIS MORNING The session of wummor achool to he conducted for the benefit of pupil who fell behind in one or more of their studies durlncr the last regular Bcsslon, will benln at the high school 130, BALLPLAYERS GUESTS AT DUTCH LUNCHEON The member of the Albuquerque and Tucaon teams were the nuesls last nlirht of n Dutch luncheon served by the management of the Hotel Combs. The spread wa a most ex cellent one und the hall-tosser. for fectting animosities of the diamond, enjoyed a delinhtful wening. MaiiiiKcr "Witty" Ilrashear, of the Tucson team, and Howard Murphy, of the Dukes, make short talks und ex prissed the appreciation of the ball players to T. S. Mitchell, manufccr of the Combs, for hi hospitality. AUSTRIAN DESTROYER SUNK IN COLLISION For tha twenty-four hours ending at D o'clock yesterday t ciiinif. j Maximum tcuipei nt hi c, Nl ilcnn cs. minimum tempertituie, 10 denrecs;! f untie 4 1 denrces. Tempi I ature at ti 1 P. m., i6 degree. Southwest wuntj , leur. HUT, J. pain llcibiith, puintitil.', p.ipiilnu. I'll Korber'B Kurane Duick K'juippcd to lix unythliig. If jo" K''t that fe cream at Fie' candy hi ore, it will jile.ise you. Duller uulo livery i-eiviie with new curs, l jiotie 6U-ISJ. I'uili r Auto Co. Colonel and Mis. 1 1. K D. Sellers! epeni y. stt i u.iv at Wliilcoitih Sm inns. Albuquerque Kncaiiipment No 4. I '). C V.. will meet ut s o'clock luninlU In the A (i. I . V. hull. The Kriitirnal Colon will hold it, election vt otliecrs toiilnht ut t idd l'ellows hall. Sheriff Dupeito Jaiamillo and Mis. .I.it'aioillo. i f Do I, nnas, were visitors III the city yiMeiday The loaned will hold a lennlal liieitiiiK toiimht- The leport for May will be re ml. Also the ordinance to ImptM-e liict ri -auhitiona uiion Hie ttiniilnn; of jitiic.Ms will come uji fm I cuiliiiK. la.if iAi. cn.Hia.oNO.Nca to mo.nin jouhmaui lU'ltn, N. M. June B. The Valen cia coun'y tein hers' Institute. W hich has b, en 'ii session here siin e May 3t, has been well atlcndcd and I dnltm a Hplc tided work. 1'rof. tl. it. Jonis. of the Albuquerque public school, is in ch.une as conductor, and the In structor me Mrs. Florence Duftlctl, of Sun Acaeie, und Mr. Hollenbeck, of Helen, the latter havlnfc , harce of i the woik in domestic scienc e. , I Siiperlntcndeiit Saturnino Duo e.innot b loo hlnhly praised for the j steal uml enerny thut he lot dlil.ycd in mukliin the county Institute the Biieeen that it is and for the plcn did record that he 1 making in hi labor for the education interest of Yaleni ia counly. 'xplolis or l.laliu-. It today. PHONE 23 23-CUXT TAXI A XII At"fO. Day anil Mht. A. li. HAt:A. Anita Stewart. II today. For llent 4oimI around tioor of fice room next lo Journal office. Ap jdjr Journal. , SPRINGER TRANSFER COMPANY PROMPT AXH IH'KIKXT SIR. , llCJi OA 1KLNJ.S AU liUOS KF.XXI.TT IXDIW TIUDIXtJ CO. Court h uml t.olil, Opposlip . O. 'Jhe Rest IMaiv to Riiv i;i:M LXU NAVAJO INDIAN Rli;S Dr. Ti ov lues Kye, ear, no and throut. S. T. Armijo bldif. I'lione 7-'7. Anita Stewart, It tin lay. IXHt III :.T-lliM,m, 831.MI, facln alley In busiuefa wit Ion, Sultahlo for pluiiihiiiK or tin chop, or at or ace; heal anil whit Included. Apply on lee. H. M. WII J JAMS Dentist Iloomt 1 and 3, Whltlnt Bullcjtojx, Corner Second and Gold. r&ooa No. Hi, '. . r V 4 r n .u ) r liUa I -a i War building thi morninir at 9 o'clock. All students who will attend the e slon are urMed to report promptly. The summer eesslon will last for nix week. The faculty will consist of Miss Mato Twity, who will have churae of the primary department. Miss Myrtle for the inlermedlatea and Frof. CieorKe F. Mitchell for the irru inmur Krudea DEATHS AND FUNERALS rY MOSNIN4 JOURNAL SKCIAt. tlASK WIHIJ Home (via I'arls, June 6. 11:20 p. in.) A dispatch to the MessiiKtsero from Venice sa': "During the bombardment of Pola by tin Italian ciirlicible balloon. May the Austrian warship anchored Notice to Teachers. The Hernallllo County Teachers' In stitute will open Monday, June 14th, lit 8 o'clock u. in., In the new high1 school building, and will lust two1 weeks. A fee of J2.no will be charged,' puyable upon enrollment. The last! two days, the 25th and iltith, Friday! and Saturday, will be devoted to ex-! anilnatlon for teachers' certificates.! The institute faculty will be com-j posed of the following well known! educators, each one un expert and ai specialist In his or her own line: Superintendent W'ulter li. McFar-! land, of the Sliver City public schools, ! conductor and professor of history i and civics, arithmetic and manual, training. I Dr. Dean A. Worcester, of the state i university, professor of psychology, j pedagogy, geography and grammar. Mrs. O'Connor Roberts, principal of North Fourth street county school, In-; atructor in Spuniah and primary! methods. ' Mrs. Adolphine Kohn, supervisor of i music und art in the Ka.st La Vegas1 public achool, instructor in music: and drawing. ( Mis Utith Bright, teacher of do-j mestio Kciciice in the Albuquerque public schools, instructor in domcntic science. Dr. Harriet Randall Flanders, j formerly directress of physical edu-1 Cation in Wellcsley college, instructor' in physical culture ond physiology, j A. MOXTOYA, County School Superintendent. J. A. Collier, of Raton, formerlv a mounted policeman, arrived here iust! night' to remain several day. ! PASTIME THEATRE 213 W. Central Ave. TODAY The Most Remarkable Moving Pictures the World Has Ever Seen Williamson's Submarine Pictures TIME 5:30, or hllOWS 7, H:S0 ami -I. 2::!t), I. Ill o't'lock. ADMISSION Adults 15c; Children 10c Anllu Stewart, 11 today. at tho arsenal, moved Into poMltlotis where they could avoid danger. While doing so, the battleship Erzheroiti 'rains Ferdinand, in bucking, crashed into a destroyer, tearing a laige hole in tho side of the smaller craft. "The destroyer quickly sank. The propeller and rudder of the battle ship were damaged." Mr, ttcfucia .larainillo. Mi. Itefugia F. .luriinnllo, ti S years old, died at fi o'clock yesterday morn ing at her home. 4;i& F.ast Santa Fe avenue. II curt disease wits the cause She had been 111 about an hour. Mrs. Jaramillo came here lx year ago from Tome, Valencia county. Three granddaughters and one grandwon urvive. Thev are Misses Lug.irda, Delfina and Ellse Garcia and Ana etaclo Garcia. Funeral service will be held ut S oilock tomorrow morn ing nt the Sacred Heart church Hnr ial will be in San Joe cemetery. The pallbearer will be Rafael Tru.lillo. .lose Garcia, Alberto Gutierrez, Rtiena Ventura Garcia and Selerlno Vigil. COALITION CABINET MEMBERS POOL SALARIES r.xplolls of IMiiInc, R today. Our Mock of furniture is complete ami up-to-date-. Our price arc a Ion a anywhere in the Hty- Call on us lu-foru buying. The Uapple I'liriiiluro (Company, first toro on l-at liilral avenue. tll .XT MARTIX Who l-is-ttirvi With PAClll' or matt 1 Uuu at tt jstul Today aud Ti'Uislit., TAX I AND ACTO DAY AND NIGHT. piioxi s axii it);;o. 2.-C--l,ARI'' 2"t' ax.i:do PARI.XTI. Henry hauls baggage and other things. Phone 939. RARGAIXS IX AITOMORILES. Studebuker-Flanders, excellent con dition, iew tires S-passenger; splen did Jitney or private car. Cusii, I3T5UO. Ford chassis, with Remy magneto and coil, excellent , condition. Cash. $265.00 . . ALBCQCEKQL-E MOTOR CO. , lav MoaxiN journal aRiciAk Luaio wiail Loudon, June 7 (3;5u a. in.) Ac cording to the Daily h'xpres the member of the coalition cabinet have agreed to arrange their ularie on a coalition basis that is, till the nalurie will be pooled and then equally divid ed, the only exception being Premier Asquith, who will receive hi full sal ary a before, and Sir F.dwurd Carson, the attorney general, whose fees will not be Included in the pool. NOTED ITALIAN PRINCE PASSES AWAY IN ROME lar HORNINfl JOURNAL IRICIAL LtAilO WlRfl Home, June 6 (via Furls. 11:55 p. m.) The death occurred today of Prime Camillo RospiglioM, a member of one of the best known artisocratio families in Rome. He wa born in isr.0. The prince had been ill for some time and his death was not un expected. Prince Kospigliosi wus commander of the noble guard at the Vatican, und the papal flag was at half mast throughout the day in hi honor. POfXD SALK. Un Mondas', the 7th day of June,1 1915, at 10 o'clock a. m., In front of j the city hall on North Second street, I j witi sen one roan mare, about SI years old; will weigh about 600 pounds; branded on right thigh, gad- die marks on back. , THOMAS McMfl.UN, 1 City Marshal j Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hond, of Madrid.! arrived here yestcrdny. They will, leave in a few days for California.! Their small daughter will go with i them. I IN GRES ELECTRIC COOK hTOVE, Including Oven. SJr.oo XASII ELECTRICAL SI PITA COMPANY 50K W . Central Ave. "TELMO" BUT TITIS Bit AND OF CANNED GOODS AND HAVE THE BEST. CALL FOR RIDS. New Mexico Stale Penitentiary, Santa 1 Fe, N. M., May !19, 1S15. ! l.lds lor furnishing supplies to New Mexico State Penitentiury at Santa Fe, for aix months ending November 30, 115. will be opened at o'clock a. nt., Wednesday, June i, 1916, at the penitentiary. Supplies consist of groceries, meats, cloth, dry feocds, leather and coal. Full specifications and blank pro posals will bo furnished 011 applica tion to JOHN li. McMANUS. superin tendent. liy order at Honr.l of Commission. era, April 1G, Hi 15. Mr. and Mrs. Gu Hanson, of Dow- son, were visitors here yesterdav. TOO T.ATB TO CLASSIFY. A.rt.D Relief drug clerk. High land pharmacy. LET US SEND A MAN . Window To Replace That Broken Glasa ALBUQUERQUE T.UMJJE COMPANY , Phone t 42 N. Flmt IKAbi. MPt . BATTERY BEBT1CB BTATIOV. 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