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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23,1915.
EIGHT. Crescent Hardware Co. lot Runcm. House Fnrnlshlrn Gooda, Cutlery, Toota, Iron ripe, ValteJ and lilting. Plumbing, Heating, Tin and tapper Work, lit W. CENTRAL AVE. TELEPHONE 111. Itanflil VVuUOUIIUII BONO-CONNEll SHEEP 6IIEI.P AND WOOL, Office end Warehouse, ITJerai it pi i ix Again In ht 15c pktt. I'l l I I D VIIET HV I'l iri o rice i.v KELl.OGl.'S CORN FLAKES T We ami 2 'r Mol NTAINMIt DIUV iuttu.u am- lii. lull I DEUADo ill TIER ;i.1i Hi.; J lbs. ,V koi ip o h i; fur 2.V WARDS STORE III Marble Are. Phone Itl-HI HOMER IL WAUD, Mff. l VUDOR PORCH SHADES liEKF 1IIR I'OKCII COOL. ROSENWALD'S Strong Brothers Undertakers prompt PEnvicin. phone t kiimvii hi.k.. trxil'Pltfl AND felXOND. : ........... r LOCAL ITEMS Or iflTE'REST Herboth, painting, papering. Ph. 1495J. Jf you net that Ice cream at Kea't candy store, it wm puisne you. A tegulur meeting "f Hip Elk will In' held tonltihl. W. II. llurbage, iitlorncy mid tmitlier of Wlnslnw, wan it city visitor yester diiy. Mr. liui'huge rcHlded here for merly. A regular meeting of the Woman' Relief Corps Will he held at 2:311 o'clock thin afternoon at the A. o. I'. AV. hall, M Ihm Clara D. Taylor, of Rochester, X. V In here for M vIhII of several week to her sinter. Mrs, 1.. H. M it' hi-ll on University Heights. Judge John Huron Ihtrg held n sen whm of probata court yesterday at the court hoimc. A largo iimount of rou tine business was disposed 01. Santa Fe trulnB Not. 2, 4 and H did ton arrive until after 'l:30 o'clock last night. They were delayed by the de railment of No. It's mall car at Man ui'llta. Ktaiiley Htrong, n Kruduale of the Alhuiienpie Hulnen colleKe, will have thlH mornliiK for t'arlhuKe, N. M , to accept the poHitlon of hook keeper for Ihe Curthnnf Mercantile company. 1 The CiinKrenatloniil Miwloiinry o clety will meet at K o'clock I hla cveli Ina at the church put-lorn. Hurt Rutherford, hascliall writer for the Kl I'aso TIiikm. Ik In the city coverlntt the AlhiKiuciMUe-i;! I'ano lierlen for 111" paper The iiuurtei'ly nieetimj of the home department of the Hapllnt Sunday whoo! will he held tomorrow after noon at 3 o'clock at the church Mi inlietf of Ihe ciadh' inntherH are iruitcil. Will he Helved. t'liriKtlaii von .speck mil mid their l;cfre"limciitH , the "wnrld'a urenti-Ht lms Binifer," ycstcnlny morn IriH Vta Riven leu diia on Ihe at reel KaiiH hy 1'olice Judne 'raiii H wua nrreisti'il Monduy nmht hy I'aunlman t'hurlen Miiliir. on the i liarRe of drunk-entu-Kw. I', ii. CuMiman, preHtdent of the Y. M. . A,. veMlentiiv Informed Secretary V. H- O.iy th.it he would IUi'iiIhIi one of the ilunnltorieM in (he V. W A till I ii, n K. ilr. I.i'Ktcr, of l-'mrt Worth, formerly of th,a city, ulao haa proni if i-d tn f uruhh a l oom. The eentnit Mte lompaiiy wan called ( 707 orlh l ii-l street nl 10:3(1 oYI.e-k hint ninhl. A hux of clnthfn In the Isiuh'-n wimliiw caught tire und the Idnje a cuiiiiiiiinleuted to the iHviKcrjiior. The damiiKe wan ahout 150. .iiiviioi illM-nvereil the Hre anil tuir.ed i, the i,lnrm. It hn praclieiill) out whin ihe ilieioeii arrived. Mr. and Mrs. M. Aiitdoval, nc roitipunled hy tt-.eir il.iurhier. .Mls -telle, and le u. Tito. l ft early tin morning for Ta.iin, where the litter will marry Miw KiKoiit.i Snnli.tevan. the dauxhtcr of a well knovin mer chant and HhPvp raiser of Taim. on .Tun 28. After the marriage the cou ple will taUe a ehott hoiieymoon trip end then com to Alhti'iui riiu,., where they will renlde. SPRINGER AVES YOU TOR AGE ML FOR SALADS AT ALL GOOD GROCERS' AND WOOL COMPANY HIDES AND PVVt " Aenne end Railroad Track! A new line of small ones just arrived 3 CONGER ARRESTED AT SAN MARCIAL; CHARGE PASSING BAD CHECK Hart fungcr wiih arrested yesterday nl San M ii nlti I lit the direction of Under Sheriff Dick Lewis on the ihargi of passing ii bogus (heck at Hie Central wilo. in In old Town. Con- er wan on thw way to El Push In 1co Bailey's iiiitoniiilille In company With Florence Maxwell, who came here to unit Ralby, the ilay he was arrested. Hallcy Im In .luil tint gave consent to her tultlng (ho machine. Conger w, hr.iiiKht buck liiHt rilKht liy Special Agent llenrge 11. Tholllltll ami turned over to the county auth ir ll leu. BAND CONCERT AT THE PARK THIS EVENING The following proK.ani will he ren dered hy the Indian school band at JtohiiiHou park thla eceninK, henlinilnK at o'clock. 1, March Kalrent of the Knlr, .Sounn 1. .Selection KorRe In the Kol'cist - ( deHirlptlVe) M hhaell S. March C'oli.nel I'll, h . . . It. It. Hall I 4. W'dlxer Mary I-'lora .t lrunenfelder i ft. Helecllon Indian War Dunce... ! llellHledt .tr tt. Heleilluu Sponkvllle ('hlmea .... 7, .March National Kiuhlem Star Hpiumled Jlanner. SAVE YOUR MONEY; PAY YOUR ROAD TAX TODAY Today In the last day to pay road tax. I'nlcKH you want to he made the defendant In a ault for the small u moll nt of $3 a ml pile up cohIh that will n ii nt to much more than the original tax, It would he well to pay today. Collection of the road tax have been Rood, but many have pro cruminaled, ami II hchoovea cltixcim of the latter clan to Ret himy without delay If they would nave their money. DEATHS AND FUNERALS. .lo-e AimIi-ck iit col ii. June Andrea llarcla, 0(1 yenr old, died Kuddcnly ill 10:110 o'clock Mon day nliiht at his home tit Los llrteKo. He retired leelinif well, but woke tip Hhoilly after 1 o'clock and com plained of ahortncHH of hreiith. He died a few minutes later. Heart din cane wan the cauxe of death. The wi dow and one Hon nuiylve. The body wan taken to Kre( Crollott'a under lakliiR roumn, whera it will b held until the nun arrlvea from I'liocnlx, Ariz. Minn Dcll'luu iou.alcH.' Minn lielliim (Jouxulea, 24 ycnri old, died at fl:30 o'clock ImhI nlRht at 211 Went Atlantic avenue. Hhe came here four inonthn iibo from Dalian, Tex., on ini ounl of poor health. Her moth er accoriiiaiiled her, The hody wan laken to Fred Crollott'n underlukitiR nioint'. Funeral an amtementH luul not been made last nIKht, Itamoii I'aililhi. ltamon I'adilla, 7-monthn-old aon of Cornier Deputy Sheriff Aniiftaiio J'adillu, ilied ul 7 o'clock yenterdny moiniiiK nt the home of the parent. 4:' Went l'ui ilie avenue, l'uneral ner Viien will lie held at 3:30 o'clock thin afternoon at the Sacred Heart church, litirlal will he In Santa Harhiira i em, (cry. 1'iuicrnl of Anita del Vallo. Funeral service for Minn Anita del Vulle, i'i yearn old, daughter of Anus tacio del Valle, villi be held at It oYloek thin morning at the Churnh of San Felipe de Nrr. Durlal will he In Santa Harhara cemetery, tiaa del Vulle died Monday afternoon at her home in l ihl Town, ( I'tinci'iil of Isiiim Daca. Funeral nervlce for Inldro Dara, of I.H Cunad.i, who wan killed Saturday nic;ht, were held at 8:30 o'clock yes terday morning at ihe Church of San Felipe tie Nerl at Old Town. The N. X. M D. M. P. No. 1 attended In a body, liurial nan in Santa Harbuni cemetery. l'liiiiiai of C.iilllcrino Cordcro. Funeral nervleen for cSulllermo Cor dero, the boy who wa drowned hint Saturday in the Hlo Orande, . W ire held at 2:30 o'clock ypsterduy after noon at Fred Crollott'a chapel. Durbd wus in Fairvlew cemetery. . S- r'1 -y.Vt" Li1'.' NAVAJO RUGS an just arrived DEATH OF SILK TIE TO L Mystery Suddenly Vanishes When Dr, Rice Testifies at Inquest to Finding Blood Clot on' Brain, 1 The mynlery aurroundinK the mid den death Humlay of M. W. HinR, Chi nene nllk merchant, exploded .venter day niorninR like u punctured halloon when evidence n hnniRht forth ut the Iniplent Ihut a hlond clot had been found on bin brain. ' The Impient wan held before Jua tlce Crulit yenterday mornlnK. Dr. J. It. Van Attn, (-hernial, llrnt test if led that he had found no trace of poifcon In the (.(intents of the stomach. Dr. Hlc then naid he discovered a clot on the left aide of the brain when he opened the nkull. Thia wai aufficleiit to raune death. At find nothing to chunp dculh wa found and tb po lled beRan an InveallKatlon. A nuhne nuent examination revealed the fuel that a blood vennel In the brain had been ruptured, rlcnrinif oway the myatery. Hurry Dnvla, Jitney driver, alao wua a wltnena. He told of HlnR'a hallinR hln car In Old Town. He noticed Hinft leaned on the hack, of the front acnt hi fore they reached the city. A few minute later King riivp him a card containing hi wife' addreH and (dipped into the hollom of the car uiiconnciotiN. He did not recover. Mr, lilnn, nn AniPrUan, naid noth ing wa mlnnlnR from her hnnhand' pocket an far a nhe knew. He had Ihe bundle of allk oodx, that betook to Old Town, when - he Rot Into the Jitney. Tho body wn shipped lat night by ftrong llrothcrn, accompanied by Mm. Hing. The funeral will he held at redgewnter, near Denver. ThP lilnR were on the way to Han Fmn clnro and ntopped here hint Wednes day o Mr. Hlng might vlnit hi otm tomern. TRACTION PARK NQT BIG ENOUGH FOR FAIR; MORESPACE NEEDED It liu already been Jori'iBal rated that Traction park In not Iui-rc p.'iourIi to take care of the fair that will he put on In October. With the exhibit? that havo already been lined up in every department of the fair and with the amusement that have been asked to contract it will recpilre more pure than the thlity acre Inside the park where the fair han been held. It has become a epical ion of either mov ing the fefit-p of the park or tho se curing of larRer quartern for the fair. One of the departments which will require u ureal Uf'u' toom Is the hoys' and girls' club exhibits anil the encampment of boys and Kills which will be bcbl on the grounds during fair week. The dub is under the di rection of 1'rofensor Conway of the Agricultural collego and the young people who compose it are the to-be I ugrlculturlHl of New Mexico. 1 hey have a separate department of the fatr where their crop are exhibited, as well as the art work of the girl und ths products of the home econ omy and domestic science branches. The department will carry a larger number of clannes this year und more money In premiums. The club bus members In every county of the state, md Its exhibits are In themselves comprehensive examples of the state's resources. Some of the members hnve this year taken up stock raising, and their sxhlhlts In these line will be distinct features of the swine and sheep departments. 1 An encampment, of these club members will ho held on the state fair grounds. The boys and girls will be housed In tents under the supervi sion of memhers of the faculty of the Agricultural tollcRe, The tents will be individual, and there will he one lurRe mess tent and a cook tent with (in army chef In charge. During the encampment the boys und girls will hear lectures on stock raising and agriculture and will be taught object lessons from the stock and agricultur al exhibits of the fair. They will also have one department devoted to prac tical helps on the farm and ranch. It Is hoped to have hundreds of boys and girls at the encampment. Not only are the club members eligi ble to attend, but uny hoy or girl who conies with a recommendation from bin or her county supel !i-t( b dent of schools asking for admittance to the encampment and the educa tional feature ?. J. II. Toulouse H sn charm, of the arrangements for the encampment and his experlenc: in handling a like project at the Iowa Slate fair Insures Us success. He v'l! he assisted hy the stuff of the Agri cultural college, both men and women, who are specializing in this work throughout the stale. BUICK 1916 SENSATION RECEIVED HERE YESTERDAY The AlhiKiueniue-Huick Auto com pany (J. Korbpr & Co.) received yes terday a car load of the sensation of the year In automobiles the Dttick I.lKht-SIx and hardly I etore the cars were unloaded and removed to the company's salesrooms in iNorth Second street, a sale was ruude. These cars nre marked down to $9Sf. and ure the equal of cars quotea nt J1.209 to $1,500. Mr. Korber was too busy yesterday to do much talking about this Huick 1916 sensation, but he did whisper loud enough for one to hear him say. "its the biggest und best au tomobile bargain ever offered by the aulo builder for 1916 model." Dem onstrations are now In order and free to prospective purchasers. Fine red currants delivered any ad dress in lots of ten or more pounds at JIIU cents per pound. Nathan, Hall, Water Canon, J-J. iL MERGHAN NATURA CAUSE I0N0F IE About Half of Witnesses Heard Without Startling Develop ments; Inquest to Be Con tinued Today, The Uaoa inquest was begun yester day nfternnn In Justice D. K. Ha las' courtroom at Old Town. New evi dence wa brought out but nothing pointing definitely to the Identity of Ihe men who killed the rancher of Im Canada, However, probably only half of the testimony has been heard. Tho Inquest Is to be continued this morn ing. Fuiistin finrcla, who wa brought to Jail Sunday morning by I'nder Sheriff Dick Lewi und Deputy Hherlff Que rlno Couitcr, was released yesterday. Ho was a witness. He suid, rci pond I rip; to question asked hy Assistant District Attorney H. B. Jamls in, that he saw Isldro Ilaca, the dead man, and Kduardo Anayu. Huca's son-in-law, In Albuquerque Saturday, first at the Ilachechl saloon apd luter on the streds. He did not talk to them. Saw llody ItchUlc I toad; Kept (iolng. He did not see them again until ho drov pust Itiiea und his wife on the Kost Central uvenue hill, he Bald. The Uncus were going home In a wagon. Anaya win' In nnoiher wag. in about fifty yards behind them. It was thfn about & o'cloiU, according to Carcio, About 10 o'clock be saw Annya nguln. He snd two other men, whom lie did not know, were standing at the point where the road to I.a Can ada, turns off from the Tijeras cany m road, (larcla said be stopped at Mrs. Amelia Muurino's house In the high lands, cxpluining why It took him four or five hourn ta go from Ihe point where h first punned Annya to thu Junction of the run da. Anaya told him to stop but be did not answer. He said he did not see Hues lifter passing him In the city. After passing Anaya and hi two com panions ho saw something like a hody bolde the road but did not stop. Hi horno, shied nt the object, he said, lie could not distinguish whether tho hody was that of a man or woman. Hail Trouble With Ilaca. Carela toldM bis wife when be reached home that be had seen a body on the mesa but (lid not know whether It vus a drunk man, he testi fied. He first heard of the murder from Juan Zam.ira, of Old Town, his brOlher-in laW, who was ut Canada j early Sundny morning. Clnrcia testified liuea had struck him with a buggy whip several weeks ago when they -met. on the road run ning down the side of the arroyo. H said he did not threaten to kill Hacu. They bad not been friends ,'lnce then. The ill feeling' between them started over Daca'p fencing the road from IJt Canada to Coyote Springs about two months ago, according to Garcia. He luul a shotgun about a year ago. darclu said. 'It was a 12-gauge gun. His wagon ran over It one dny about a year ago when he was hauling wood from Cedro canyon, s i he burned it. The Run was nn top of the load when It rolled orf. He said ho told the un der sheriff he did not have a shotgun, thinking Mr. Lewis meant possession at the present time. He had never ppn any one elie In La Cu inula with a shotgun. Garcla's gun was a single-barreled weapon. He bought it at a second hand store in this city. He did not know whose place, it was hut believed he could take any one to It. 8aw Garcia Oiwt Anaya. Eduardo Anaya, son-In-lavv of Iinca, saw OnrcK pass only once on the way home Saturday night and that, was at the Junction of the Tijeras canyon and La Canada roads. Ills c(hnpaniyns, w hom Oarcla saw, were a. boy named Klfego who llvtw in the mountains, and Antonio Trees, of La Canada. Treas was In his wagon and Klfego was returning home in h!s wood wag on. They stopped to take a drink be fore separating, according to Anaya. ,He admitted that he had had "quite a few drinks" that day. Anaya saw (larcla pass and asked, him to stop to have a drink, but he did not answer, the witness said. It was about thirty minutes nfter Oarcla pnwi-d before he went home. Treas went with him. They saw the body of Ilaca about a quarter of a mile further on. Treas Rot off the wagon, l.ioked closely at the corpse and told him it was Isldro Haca. Then he got off the wugon, Anaya will continue his story this morning. All ITIeudM in Se ttlement. Narclso Hulz, Jr., 14 years old, son of Narclso ItuU, of Ln Canada, saw Haca and his wife coming down the slope Into the arroyo In a light wagon between 5 and 6 o'clock Saturday night. He saw him about nn hour later ut his hoinP. He fitvt heard of bis death when I'nder Sheriff Lewis called at his father's home Sunday morning. He heard no shots Satur day night. Manuel Huiz. 16 years old, his brother, made practically the same statement. He said in addition to this thnt Oarcin, his brother-in-law, and Baca had no trouble). His father and Haca were friends and so were he and Hacn, he stated. Ho said he thouUit It W all right for Baca to dam the water coining down the ar royo. F.uca's home is above nuil! ln. the arroyo. Narciso F.nu the father, suid ho did not protest against Baca's damming the water. He and Baca were friend ly. He had never seen a shotgun at La Canada. Zamoi'a, first tdd him that Baca had been killed but he did not believe it until told so by Mr. Lewis. He had been told Faca hit his son-in-law, Oaivla, with a whip a short time before when they met on the mesa. Jle and his two sons were irrigating when they saw Baca driving down Into the arroytVrrom the nww. He heard Baca talking at his home, later, i but did not se him as the orchard INVESTIGAT KILLING OF BACA OH MESA STARTED IfOR very smartly dressed . young men the new Varsity models we're showing from Hart Schaff ner & Marx are making a decided sensation. Some of tliese coals liavc patch jwekets, some haven't; some are lined, some not; some are without any padding or .surplus' material of any kind what we call "jnst cnongh" coat. Let us show you young men the new Varsity Fifty Five, one of the ls?st styles you've seen. We offer special values in these suits at $25. Simon Stern, Inc. The home of Hart Schaffncr & Marx clothes. All Goods Sent Free hv Parcels Post between the two houses cut off his view. Had Trouble Willi Huiz. Mrs. Annya, daughter of Ba.cn, tes tified thai ;C,arclu drove his wagon into her faUu-r's when she was with, him. She said Oarcla struck her father with his wh p and ran over him with the wagon when he got down to defend himself, llarcla said. 'I killed you." and called Bnca Vila names, according to the daughter. According to Mrs. Anaya, her rattier had trouble with Burt:. Her father rented a, ranch and fenced It, and Narclso started to argue about that, she said. Narclso and his boys threatened her father, she asserted. Mrs. Anaya fixed the time of the rpnrture of Baca from bis home in search of Anaya, after he had re turned from thp city, l-y saying that it was nfter sundown hut not tjnrk. Then a wagon came down the slope into the arroyo and turned into the road used by Narclso and Funstin. Mrs. Anaya. heard the shot; that kUled her father. It was not very durk then, she said. When her hus band came to the house with news of the death it was dark. Wcinun Saw ilanlun From Ouiin. Mrs. M. IS. Norris, who lives on the Tijeras canyon road about u quarter ot u mile from its junction with La Canada road, also heard the shots. She wais putting bread In the oven when two reports startjed her. She ran outside and heard four more in quick succession. She saw the flashes nt the place where the hody was found. Mrs. Norris did not know what time it was ns her clock bad stopped. , About five minutes after the shoot ing ceased an automobile cume along the road, going toward the city, Mr. Norris said. All thD took place in a quarter of un hour. . The coroner's Jury is made up' of Magdalcno Baca. Jose E. Romero, Carlos Cervantes, Suntlago Murphy, Jose P. (larcla and Mauricio Perea. BODY OF MRS. KRESSLER BROUGHT TO THIS CITY The body of Mrs. Helen Finch Kressler, who died at Wlnslow, Ariz., ws brought here for burial, arriving on delayed train No. 2 at 8:30 o'clock last night. The body will lie In state at Strong Brothers' chapel from 9 un til 10:30 o'clock this morning. ' The funeral procession will leave the chnpel nt 10:30 o'clock. Burial will be ln the family lot at Fulrview ceme tery. HAPPY PURCHASERS OF NEW CADILLAC CARS Yesterday the Strong Auto com. pany received a carload of Cadillac machines, and In the afternoon turn ed one of the cars over to Master Mechanic McMurray, of the local shops, who became a purchaser. An other car was sold to I. B. llapp, of Santa Fe, who is expected to reach the city today. Mr. Strong expects another car load of Cadillacs Thurs day. These cars are all eifiht-eyllnders. Mrs. I. B. Morris and daughter, Miss Sad ye, family of the manager of the Jewelry department of Rosen vvald's, left yesterday for St. Louis, Mo where they will visit relatives and friends during the summer months. NOTICE, Engineer J. H. Lowe hereby notifies the public that he will not be respon sible for any debts unless contracted by himself personally. ' Livery and saddle) horssa. trim- ble's Had Barn. PHONE 23 15-CENT TAXI AND ACTO. Day and Night, A. 11. BACA. TAXI AND AITO DAY AND NIGHT. PHONES 94 AND 1036. BSC EAIIE 2.1C. ANGELO PAKKNTT. BENNETT INDIAN TRADING CO. Fourth anil Gold, Opposite P- O. The Best Place to Buy GENUINE NAVAJO INDIAN BUGS WANTED A girl for general housework; must be good cook. Apply at residence, 1105 West Central avenue. Mrs. R. E. Putney. , Henry hauls baggage and other, things. Phone 939. Copyrilit ANOTHER DISTRIBUTION j OF STATE FUNDS MADE; HPICItl OUPATC TO MOnNIMO JOUHNALI I Santa Fe, June 22. For tile foond time this month State Treasurer O. Marron today made a distribution or funds to various Institutions. The : J amount was almost $120,000, making m a total of a quarter of a million dol-j lars for the month, derived mainly X from tax collections during the month jj of May. 1 1 Out of today's distribution the state J irif titutions receive $46,676, of which t5,3i5 went to the university; $2,319 j to the state college; $2,657 to the ; g .vchcol of mines; $2,997 to the military: Institute and $3,833 to the normal unl- J versitv: $3,596 to the Silver City nor- mal school; $.199 to the Spanish- , - l - I . Jft7 , U ,1Q,il meiKMll nullum, n.ifi in to-: rnd dumb school; $2,098 to the bi nd asylum: $7,193 to the insane asylum' $1,199 to St. Vincent's orphan scho jl, the miners' hospital and the New Mex ico museum each; $1,079 to the 'c form Bchool; $7,728 to the pen:tenti lary; $2,003 to the cupltol; $10,25 t i good roads; $3,590 to charitable InBtt-, tutlons: $5,129 to public schools; $20,157 to Interest on bonds; 2.li5t 10 the sinking fund and $30.77ti to state purposes, Including sulurie.?. STRONG HEADS FUNERAL DIRECTORS OF STATE f niCIAU DISPATCH TO MORNINO JOUNNALl Santa Fe, June 22. Tho New Mex ico Funeral and Embulmers' associa tion today elected the following of ficers: H. O. Strong, Albuquerque, presi dent; C. V. Sleed, Clovis, II rut vice president; J. W. Peak, Kl Paso, sec ond vice president; M. II. Koch, Tu ciuncari, third vice president; J. A. Mahoney, Deming, treasurer; C. A. Rising, Santa Fe, secretary. The next annual convention Is to be held in the same town that the New Mexico Retail Merchants' asso ciation will choose for a meeting place for next year, which in all probability will be Albuquerque. KAVEET PEAS For Sale Sweet peas. Orders taken In advance. UIO GRANDE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. Phone 1542J. B. M. WILLIAMS Dentist Rooms 1 and 3, Whiting Building, Corner Second and Gold. Phone No. 684. Dr. Provlnes Eye, ear, nose and throat. N. T. Armijo bldg. Phone 727. AUCTION SALE JULY 1st, 2:0 P. M. I will sell the entire furnishings of the six-room house of Hanna Ii. Dra per at 419 North Twelfth. Hy order of the court. J. L. OOBER, Auctioneer. PASTIME THEATRE 313 W. Central Ave. T O DAY "SCALES OF JUSTICE" A Domino Tno-ni'l Feat ure "IT'S AN ILL WIND" A I alstalV Conie'ily "WISHED ON MABEL" A Keystone Comedy ' SATURDAY riujrlie Chaplin In a Screaming Ont-rec key stone lniPily SUNDAY AND MONDAY Betty Nansen, Edward Jone and Win. J. kellv In "A WO MAN'S BESUIUSECTION," a powerful drama edo;iu-d from Count Io Tolstoi's greatest book, Resurrection" a play that every one niioiUit see. Gan.p Lamp 'UALllfOAl CO 0W Bt0T . Cerrilloa Lamp PHONE II. ANTHRACITE, AJX SIZES, STEAM COAL Coke, Mill Wood, Factory Wood. Cord Wood. Ntle Kindling. tJn HrtS luJfnpr L Mr TODAY N. ; 0 UST TIME CRYSTAL Matinees At s niul a:;io, and ' 4P airdome; At Night - i - iJ - 1 m At 8 anil :;. Itai licit Amusement I'rcneiitu Company e IGraustarltl ? s""i "f ,- u:",''d18 i inline , starring I rancis iiu-.ii- f imiii and Miss Beverly llayne and an All-star Cunt, f 4 Ii t : THIS IS Till' SECOND Ol" THE V-L-S-E HI, I F RIBBON i1:ei.e.ni:k, aits. J Admission 15 cents rL:U in j 04" I' THEATER Best 8-ccnt Show In the State. TODAY "BUNNY IN IHXNYI.AND" ('emeely "THE TEAR OX THE PAGE" Biogrupli, , "THE HUMAN CHAIN" lla.aiilw of Helen "HOW SLIPPERY SLIM SAW THE SHOW" Comedy Open 1 p. m. Continuous Show "TELMO" BUT Tins BRAND Of CANNED GOODS AND YOtJ HAVE THE BEST. LET US SEND A MAN To Keplace That Broken Window Glass ALBUQTJEKOCE T UMJREK COMPANY Phone 421 425 rirSt IftAUt. HAKx Ht-j. 'tft-li BATTKBY SERTICB STATION. . Bnttrlrn rhnrgeet, re-paired snd MctXOSKJtV. AUTO CO.. 4(W W. tvV GRIMSHAW'S SECOND A NO CENTRAL Real lee Cream-Chocolate. 8,raw Vanilla, and Fruit Shprbet, Candy I cheon MJditay Light Luncheon U mi i