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'ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1915. EIGHT Crescent Hardware Co. tore, ftanirea, ITonwi Famlshlnf Good, Cutlery, Tool, Iron Pipe, Va!r and FKlInf, I'liimlilne, Heating, Tin and Copper Wort. IIS W. CENTKAt, AVE. TEI-EPHON-B Wesson Oil m mm VVUOJUIIUII AT ALL GOOD GROCERS' BOND-CONNELL SHEEP EIIFEF AND WOOL. Offle and Warelinum Tijcrat f should bine OI llf BERRIES TODAY w: nui: mci: imii TOM VPOl N, i Hp-, a.v. I.AHf.i; ROIAD IIII.IIAN w VI i:hmi I ovs. 'I hey nit rlpi . ( M U.OI VI S ' I Hl(t' UMll Small tim i-iioxi; M ian i'i:s. iiomc it ii i:;i.s, illk' Doon. OTIIIH I.4.I.K, , ar- iiorri. PIU.MI iml l.IM.lt AIM) HIT Tl a ., rc WARD'S STORE 111 Marble Av Phone Ill-Ill HOMEn H. WARD, Mfr, f VUDOR PORCH SHADES I new j hp, rotten cool. HOSENWALD'S ;; Strong Brothers j; ; : Undertakers 3 1 I! rnoMPT service, phonk " 5. BTHOIMII ItLK., CUPPKIl ' ' AND K1XOND. LOCAL ITEMS -Or iff 7JC TtEST- Wi:atiii:i itiroitT. For the twenty-four hour endlnu lit S o'clock jesterday evcnliiK. Maximum tenipciatuie, ii, lulnl tnniii, KH; rnni,e, i'li; tern pel nl in e at Ii o'clock venter day Mfternoon, Til; nith w ind, partly cloud ; trace if rain. Hprboth, palntliiK, papcrlnir. Ph. H9GJ. If you get thnl lee rream lit Kee'a candy atore. It will plcan you, Oct Unterprlec Cherry Hlonern and Fruit J nr at Kaabe ManKcra. 1 15-117 North Flint Htreet. W. II. TaiiKye, proprietor of the J.o l.nnai hotel, U In the i lly fur a few dava on hiiHliien. AlhlliUei'(lie l,ode No. "H,' I'raler nal rnlon Aid, will meet at 7;l" o'cloek at the A. O. I'. W. hall. U. K. Killed1, of lallup, wit a in Ihe city yesterdiiy on husiiuwa. Mr. Ket-, ler Ih tin uiitoriiolille akent nl Gallup. ( H. Hlrohm, miiei'lntcndent of Imn'portallon of tie Hantit Fe rail way, iinivrd here taut nlBht In his pri vii i cur on train No. 1. lie left for Whitewater, N. M., on train No. Mm. K. W. ftrown, churneil with drlvhm hid HUtomoliilc without a Htale lli ense, wan fined 1.13 yeKterilay by JmUu Cialg, but the lenience wa MUNpeiided beinmie. he mid he had aent lo Hanta Fe fur u llcenne. Niutarlo VuleralelH yeHterdny plead ed utility before Police JmUe (ieoliie It. I'ralii to MfHlInK tncaiuh went Unlit mIoImh from thu Uima-hlrlckler hnlld ln. lie wu Henliiiccd lo wirve thirty days In the city prison. W. H. lliiifheM, chained with dlsort di rly comlucl ly It. I,. Moon, allni ncy, yesterday wan found nuiliy by J mini I'm Ik. HelKhcH. waa fined $ I ;i bill the Ki'htelicc wa suspi luled. lli idhiH mild lie .ii.: !1 aimeal. DETECTIVES WORKING ON THE BACA MURDER; CLEWS TO BE RUNDOWN The sheriff's office yesterday re doubled Its vrTurtH to iin, I the murder em of Isidl'o I'.aca. Iietectivs Were set on the case to run down i lews picked ii)i by I'nder Sheriff Hick Lewis unit deputy Hlurilf (Jiierlno Coulter. With the inl'iiiniiiliun the i-hcHif'n off h-e now has followed to wherever il leads, Fritter Sheriff Lew is confidently believe the Kiulty per Mills will be in custody hefor" Ihe next term or iiuin. The (itTeririM of the JK.tl reward by the county commissioner, at the KtiKestion of Ci.iler Shi l ilt Lewis, is expected lo I'mr results sooner or later. II Is ceitniii hj,t more than one person knows about the killum of Hai'H, peihups si veiiil, and il wan be laime nf this that the rewsiiil was au thorued II. M. WILLIAM) 1 eiit 1st Rooma 1 and I, Whltlnu Rulldtruj, Corner Second nd Gold. Phone No. M PHONE 23 15-CEXT TAXI AMI ALTO, liar and Mu'ht, A. II. HACA. Spiinger Transfer Co, BUSIEST BECAUSE BIGGEST AND BEST i AND WOOL COMPANY I1IBW AND TIXT8 A.enue and Itallroad Tract cDrpim TDinmc IurLUIHL I IIHIIMU, ' BEARING EDITORS, I CUMLNG TONIGHT Indian Dance to Be Held on West Central Avenue for Newspaper Men; Lunch at Commercial Club, The IMilorlal association special tniliiM will arrive here loniKht, the first lit 7 : 1 r o'clock it ml Ihe second "t " : 2 r. . The editors will lip here marly three hours, th first trnln leuviiiK ct llf "Vine If mill the next (in Hiiiin iim the block I" clear. Owiiiir fi I he lateness of ii rrlViil plan for ylvliiK tin- members (if the asfnclallon, 4.U) f th'-in, an aulomo hilo ride iiImmiI tin- city and nearby point of historic n nil scenic Intercut, wor,. hIuiikIiiiii'iI. Kntertiiinmont is to lie provided In I form of mi Iniliiin dame to lie kIvcii on Went Central nvcinic. Before thin lunch will bo Klven u the Commercial cluh. Central nvcinic will he roped off hclwecn Fourth and Sixth streets frniii K unt 1 1 HI o'clock for the dunce. A score, or more, Indians will take pnrt. Thin is the only entertainment nrraiiKod for but the sluht undoiiht eilly will he novel to the Kreut major ity of the party. Kueh of the two train currier twelve earn, nine of which are Bleep- COMPANY G TO GO TO SANTA FE THIS YEAR; TO LEAVE AUGUST 9 The HTond battalion of the Flint New Mexli.i Infanlry will camp at iHaula Fe, New Mexico, AiiMist P-H, I Instead of Had VeiraM, n prevloimly i staled, Thn Hiyond battalion 1 command- led by Major U llfelil of I.a Ven.K, and composed of Ihe followinn ciim punles: K and F of Hiinla Fe, (1 of this city, and 11 of Ui Vt a. Ciuipany U will l ave here Monday mi.iiiiiin, Annual It, and return Hat hl'dny evenliiB, AtlKiist 14. Tit It yeHl'M eniaiiipitienl will out lank nil prevlou camim. Special at lention and inactlcal Inwliucllon will be Mlven each man under the unpen 1 hIoii of an officer of the reuular army a well a the iifflci-H of Ihe militia. PraetlcBlly all the five dayn In camp will be id-voted lo field work and out post ilulv. The olflceiM of the company are very anxious i.i no to camp tlila yeur with seventy men and at the rate the yoiintr men are cnllstlnR each Tune ilay mIk lit at Hip in niory the company bills fair to 'i uu I that number. Ciipt. W. 1'. Ilines nays that till the men of the company will ko lo rump. OVERRULES MOTION FOR A NEW TRIAL IN THE SHEEHAN CASE .luilm HuVnoldM of the district court, yesterday overruled the plulll tlll's motion for a new trial and nianlcd Jiidninenl for the defendant In the case of J. P. Sheehan against Ihe llendrle-lloltholT Mantil'icturlnis company, .luilnmenl waa In nceord-iiui-.i with the verdict returned by the jury at the March term. Sheeluin sued the llendrle-Holtllofl' company to recover the amount of a Judgment obtained analnsi him by Ht. Joseph s hoHpllal. The suit luouisht '' Ihe hospital orlniuated In the in slullnlion there of a water pump by Sheehan. MAN BELIEVED TO BE NAJARA, POLICE LEARN, IS JUAN C0RTINAS The man believed hy the police to be Andres Nu.!;iru Is not N'ajara. He is Juan Cortina. Thin fact wag es lablished yesterday when Deputy Sheiilf Hen Liicero iirrived here from La Junta, where Najarn Is Wanted on an cnibe.ziemeiit cluune, and look a look at him. Cmtlnas answer In Ihe main point to the description of Xajarn. received bv the police. He had Iciters ndiliessed to Najaiu In hie possession. Coiiiiiiis Informed the police he uw no harm In ' dolnu so as an Hccommo itatlon to Najaiu when the latter ak fd him. PADILLA BOUND OVER; STOLE HORSE, CHARGE Hloniiio Padilla yesterday pleaded Kiiilty before Justiie. 1. 10. Salua, of ('Id Town to liTienv of a home, lie was bound over to await the action ot the khi ml Jury under $1,1100 bond. Padilla was arrested In Las VeKas by Mr, ItoKs, owner of ihe home, and broiiKltt lo Alhuiiierciie. swFirr pi :.s For Pale Sweet peas, orders taken In advance. IUO GUANPK INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. Phone U.42.T. T.lvery and saddle horses. Trimble' Hed lt.irn. Henry hauls baggage and other things. Phone 939. SUMMER READING 0II.N AT 50 CENTS AlHlllt StMl Til If III Sclll'l I -unit: "lire I:mrIci Mate" 'The ItoMlry" "(.nlir "liiMal Indian" Between Two Tlilotes" Write fur I.M il Title PLANNING WAY TO KEEP DUKES GOING TO END OF THEIR SCHEDULE A nieetlnc wan hell yesterday after noon Hi the i 'ommerciiil cluh by busi ness nun, who have been prominent an hacker of the baseball club, to (I. vise moans of canylni; the Dukes throuKh the. season. Several ways in ic miKKCMted, hut no plan wan defi nitely iidopled. Another meetiiiK la to he held tomorrow at which final ac tion will he taken. It Ih po-nihle that the cluh may he I'eoriaril.ed. IX I. (Irnae, president, kji tl the cluh reiiulred an much of IiIh time that It Inlerfend with hiH hiiHl-ni-nM and kiikkh1c(I the elei tlon of Homeonw else to Hirve a while. BERNALILLO COMPANY INCREASES ITS STRING OF STORES TO SIX Th Ilcrnallllo Mercantile company lri reaned Itn Hlr niK of itore to Mix lv the linn hiie of Ihe t'nlicrn TrailiiiK coni any'ii More nl tiranlH arnl Cu- hero. Kinil Hiho, heih) of the Ciihero TrudlnR companv, haa relired mid will Rrt to Hun KranelHco. The Ciihero lorn is to he manaRed by Walter lilock and the (iinnlH atore hy Curl ,Sclh;miiri. Indians on Reservation Pros perous, Is Report of John Lee Clarke, In plte of the ueneral bnslnesade presHlon throunhoiit the country caus ed by Ihe Fnropean wur, the Nava jo Indians In northwestern New Mexico ate In a prosperous nciidillon. There are several reasons for this, the principal one beinK that there has been a lame demand for Cuttle have time their and horse and the Indian more money than usual. When are dull with them they sell wool, hut when times are nood they keel) their wool nnd Weave It into blanket. This season there are more blank et than usual. John Lee Clarke, who Ima recently returned from the NuvaJn reservation, picked up a line asHort nient which ha Increased his stock lo such an cxlenl that he llnds It necessary to unload a portion of It. HiKiniilnH today Mr. Clarke will cut prices lo the Itiv.vst notch until further notice. No Mutter what kind of a Navajo you wan!, whether It he fi little mat or a bi? run, you can llnd il In Ihe noneroua assortment he Ih dispiilylnir in his store on Central h venue, Just across from the Alvarado hotel. The bin Indian store handle over $25,110(1 wollh of Navajo blanket Vvery year, and It Is reasonable to be lieve thai you will set a belter ileal there thiiu if you purchase from Homebody who carrie Just a few blanket a it side line. Visitors are always welcome, and It will well re pay any out-of-town party lo look Ihrounh the store. Hesttles Navajo blankets, you will rind thousand of interesting thlnns of Indian and Mexican handicraft, all at cut prices durlnn this special sale, P0RRAS ISSUES DECREE SUSPENDING STAMP ACT (Auni'liilril rr-M Correiipnnilenre.) Panama, June 1!L President For ms ha Issued a decree snspendinit the operation Indefinitely of the stamp act passed I y tho recent session of Ihe national assembly, which was In tended to aid materially In rehahill tatlnir the finances of I nnama. The president's uetion Is the remit of the representation made to him by the recently orcanized Association of Commerce of Panama, which pointed out that tho act a passed did not pro vide adequate or eitullable machinery for Ihe collection of the tax Imposed. Tho act wa to have none Into op eration on June 1 and Imposed Inter nal taxes on all legal and banklns documents, wines, honor -rM other spirit and tobacco, cinarettes nnd ci sui'f. It III strictly a revenue measure and will become operative as soon as the tiiKes Imposed can be properly col looted, Hfininil I roiillcr Closed AkiiIii. I million, June. . (1:11 a. m.) "The Heimuti frontier was UMain closed Friday, iiullcatinn: a lame influx of tr.iopM from the cast," says the Hot lerdnm correspondent of the Dally Mail, I'livhlciit of NinnKli Senate. Madrid (via Pari. June 25, 6:10 j p. in.) Joaquin Sam-hex Toca, form er minister of justice, has been cho sen president of Ihe Spanish senate. Fin red currant delivered any ad dress in lots of ten or more pounds at 12-. cents per pound. Nathan Hall, Waiter Canun. N. M. TAXI AND Al TO DAY AND NIGIIT. PHOM S 01 AMI Ki:i6. 2M' FAKK 2M ANt.KI-O PAKKNTI. If you want a reliable sniooth-cut-tinic and rusy-worklnir lawn mower, huv a "W. & It." al Kaaht Mau- ger'., 115-117 Is'orth Ptrnt street. NAVAJO BLANKETS Ml IS Rl IS CARS ENTERED FOR AUTO ROAD RACE OF JUL! 5; Lai ae Number of Starters Make Contest Digest Event of Kind Ever Held in New Mexico, That the ' Alhieiui riiie-Soeorto. MiiKdalena roml race u ill he the hlK-(,-nt event of the kind ever hi !d In New Mexico hpenme u mainly last nlifht when entries el si .1. Sam .Slevcn , treamirer of the Alliuiiuenjne Aiitornot lie Itaclnu iiHHuelatl.in, had flfletn filled blank In hla pimmsHlon ar the time net for climinK. K o'eloi k. Tin numhei' 'nay he lircreimed hy the arrival of more entrieH In the mailn (oil ,y. Inn that In mil likely. Mail en trlea will he aceiiiled if they were poft marked Lef no o'clock last niuht. The cer, owner, aildrew of owner, and driver follow In the order narnfd: 1 1 u ik William Thomm, A Ihininer ipie: William ThomiiH. roru ' icBun-io-i ircan '.niiiKi', Maudalenn ; llarrv Horn. Marmon llennrti Motor Transfer! company, Silver til y ; ;. V. I'ennett. H 11 lk X'. 1 1. Kmhery, Allimiiier (iiooe: V". I.. Kmhery. K. M. F. .lop Howdish, AlhiKpier Mile: "Ited" Sperry. liulcli W. K. Mm r iw. All'iiipier gue; W. F". Morrow. P.-irrt ('. 1,. Hay, Oallun: I.. Tmv. Maxwell z. I' (illilii.riH. Socorro; '.. F. f'.lhhonH. vell.ind Machine ft Auto Con Htructlon lompanv, Maxdahna; W. F. HriiriHon. I f.'onl Charley liiividson, A Ihmpier- I I i : t'hiirley ImvlKon. I tiveil.ind Hoini I i Ad rnmiiuiiv. i I Alhuiiieriiie; lieorge I loll Inner. I Hoick I-'. J. Ilrault, All uiiicr(iie; Cliff Ulvalt, I Imlck J. It Ii. Mead. Jackson 1,. L. K. I lit b. Head, Allni(Ueripie; .1. i It. Ilinh, Albuquerque: Ford N. Nupiileone, Tony Devnl". Albuquerque; "A Woman's Resurrection" at the Pastime Theater Sun- j day and Monday 2lil Ti .. - a . Another ItHfy Nansen triumph In which this wonderful woman Is sup ported by Iwo eminent co-stars, Wil liam J. Kelly mid Kdward Jose. A triple alliance that combine, with the Impressive power of Count Leo Tol stoi a drama, to render this photoplay truly miiKiilflcent. Ah KutusliH Maslovu, first the pure youriK Kill, then the fashionable deml monduine, next it sordid drab of the prison dock, Miss Nansen sublime art never attained more transcendent helnhts. William J. Kelly lend nil his fine distinction and poise to the role of the prince who betrays Katusha; only In the end, by an act of splendid self abnegation to effect her spiritual res urrection, Kdward Jose, in a most unusual role SlmotiNiin, the prince's body servant who Is faithful even unto the death, Klves a deeply moving portrayal of this sympathetic character. Directed with masterly .'kill by J. flordon Kdwitrds, producer of The Celebrated Scandal, Annu Karonlna, etc. One thousand people In the ensem bles. Niipportini; cast of brilliance. Wonderful scenes In say Pi-tronrad and aero.- drear Siberian wastes. Thin powerful play will be seen at the Pastime theater tomorrow and Monday. Admission Adults, 10c; children, Be. Jcinrniil mint ait. tiring quirk rmlilH. Skinner's Grocery FANCY TOMATOES, per basket 55 PKAciiKS. plums, grapks, pixeapples NICK RIPE APRICOTS, per basket 5(V W E EEI'X SCRE THAT THIS LAST SHIPMENT 01' WATERMELONS .W ILL PLEASE YOU The lU-st CANTALOUPES, 4 or 3 for 23 PIE CHERRIES or SW EET CIJERR1ES FANCY W'Hlfl' XEW POTATOES. 8 pounds ...25 riU-SU EGOS, dozen 30 XATIVE GREEN OR W'-X P.EAXS J. A. Skinner Phones 60 and 61 205 S. first St. I' THEATER fcst 5-crnt how In the 8late. TODAY HltOAl V CTAU ri:All'KK DAV "iin: rslKiuntooK casi:" U llh J ill iii iiyil liiinl.in. Hiirri I Hun. ( Uxy I liniT.ilil u,,i Hil All-iliir I Hfcl Krrl. -three lit SIMM; Till': M M'II foi n:ii" . Han, uiiifily )icn 1 p. m. oritlnnon Show E At 2:15 anil :!::in. E AT NIGHT At H ami 9:15 Tin: iioisi: m:.t imiok" I mm Ihc Story l:y J. Ilaiilcy laniicr, Aullior of I'cjf o' .My Heart" mill Other - i ii-: i'ahts Admission 10c,Childreri 5c PASTIME THEATRE 213 XV. Central Ave, TO DAY ix Tin: pathway of tiii; past" A lniy-Hoo Two-reel Drama. I eaiui intt Tom Chailcrion "HOW MMtl.L LOST AND WON" A Keystone Comedy PATTY AltlU'fKl.K In il ScrcamliiK One-reel o.iTcdy Tomorrow and Monday llottv Nurist'ii, I'dwaril Jose. and Win. J. Kelly In "A WO MAN'S m-;si iiHKcriox." a powerful drama adontcd from Count lo Tolstoi's urealcst laaik, "ItinurrwUon"- a play Unit every one .ioui(l hoc. immui Han lt-.i(iitu BATTERY SKKVITK STATION. Bntterle. rbnrgpd, repalml and eiehanfta. Ml-Cl.OSKIlV AITO C O.. IVN W. t'upiMr. LET US SEND A MAN To Keplac That Broken Window AUJCQCETtOlR I.CMBEai COMPANY Phone 421 421 N. First WHITE HOUSE HOTEL BAR AND CAFE Continuous 21-hour Service, lienular Meals and Short Orders. " Private I Union: Apartments. Lunch, Hi a. in. ami l::itl p. in. :iH South I'list Street. AUCTION SALE .H I.Y 1st, 2::i(l P. M. I will sell the entire furnishings of the six-room house of Hantia B. Dra per at 419 North Twelfth. Hy order of the court. J.' L. GOBFR, Auctioneer. WILL BUY Good Used Car of Late Model lluvc I lu cash for Is-st value offer cil. Mail description and price to P. O. Box RUI, ( it. v. CRYSTALMAT NE All SPECIALS $1.50 and $1.75 Shirts for 75c and $1.00 Neckties for Four Pair Hose $1.00 Union Suits 65c SIMON STERN K- Incorporated All Goods Sent Free by Parcels Post YRIC THEATER TODAY AND TOMORROW "THE BOSS" llolbrook Blinn fhOLBKOOK ULIMN iirr nntDV llN'THE P05; i Win. A. Ilia ly Picture Plays Piv r;i:s hOLIHlOOK IU.1W anil ALICi: l.HADY in "Till: liOSS," in .-) Aits, us PlHyeil lit the llippodroine. New York. AI'Tl'KXOO' SHOW S 1 :30, 2:45 and 4:00 NIGHT SHOWS '. . 7:15, 8:30 and 9:45 ADMISSION TEN CENTS $50 -REWARD --$50 For Inl'oriiiatlon leudim; to or tho arret and conviction of any mthoii or person ilo lucinic, dcsiroylnj;. removing or taking up our road-mark-ers. pliiccil on liny of thu public mails hy the BUTLER AUTO CO. Fifth anil PopHr Dr. Provlnes F.ye, ear, nose and throat. N. T. Arinijo bldg. Phone 727. rall.pL.m- IJ AURJ COAL CO "H,,p BtoTe ' OrrtUoa Lamp " 'm VWbj WW Cerriloi etoT I PHONE II. I ANTHRACITE, AIX SIZES, STEAM COAL j Coke, Mill Wood, Factory Wood. Cord Wood, Native Klndllnr. U" Cool, Handsome Summer Shoes Buy a pair of our Cool Summer Time. Style, Quality and Close Prices reach their limit in our splendid lines of Summer Footwear. We are showing new models in Lace Oxfords, beauties in Colonials and Pumps, dainty Strap Sandals and Slippers' as well as a full assortment of high cut Shoes, both in Lace and Button, Dull or Bright Leathers, Satin, Velvet, PopH" and Canvas. Just step in and have a peep at them. Cool Summer Shoes for Men Cool Summer Shoes for Women Cool Summer Shoes for Boys Cool Summer Shoes for Girls Cool Summer Shoes for Babies FOR TODAY 95c 45c "TELMO" BUT THIS BRAND OF CAIVNED GOOD9 AND TOU HAVE THE BEST. OEM GRIMSHAW'S SKCOND AM) CKNTRAL. Real Ice Cream Chocolate, Strawlwrrr, Vniillla nnd Fruit Bherliet. Condy lun cheon MJdduy Ught Luncheon sll 4t tbfe' Mix Alice i ai p i , ixZ. Shoes and enjoy the Good Old .$2.25 to $5.00 $1.75 to $4.50 $1.50 to $3.00 $1.25 to $3.00 $ .50 to $1.50 VAFCT fPMTDAi Ave M '