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AuivfttnatttTO Evxirprft'imtAiD, tttpay, dkcembeb, 10, 1912.
" ' 1 ...... j, "in, 1 11 mi ...... ... ...
iVpT
JOTICIV-Vr, tnttt.eM cMaiMHlllnn. Before nur-
d'anr' irt price rsd Ih new eHrlft) lUt.
J31MW fWrJit and AhaUMy attftHtiTiWjU pf
fncy Navajo Bjugs
1 At WEIGHT'S, cor. 3rd and Gold.
Open Kvenlngi,
t f Vi Li J.
' r -,f ?
Tl M M 'UK
HOT eARBr THE
WW
n
IMC DOW
HUN LIN
EMB
OMR ED
HANDKERCHIEFS
m m i
in dr. a j. w
r
6
in- is
iiiED
light Vote Cast, Being Esti
mated At Between COO and
700; Almost All Ballots Fav
orable Opinion of Election
Official.
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS
WORK LIKE TROJANS
I
I
new IiIkIi hniil litnlilirii; for Al-
niin'pin for venm m dream of
inn an (J ilMnnt (inure, 11 m be.-veil
Minnie (i iii'ur reality today, when .i
majority of the iiit liiifd utern of
iln- city r.ihl their ballot in liior of
. flflU.O'l'l llllllll IMKIIC ill fllllllll'C llli'
i Diiclriu lien i.r Die iii-u educational
lllKtltlltl'lll.
The lutiil on tli- bond Ihhimj
Mill not vxecd mx ur Hi-ten hundred,
In ttn opinion or tliiine wlin kept
uicful tub lit llii- poll. Nearly nil
nt the vote cant wuii for I It f bond
Imui. however, there never having
been 'lit tiny time any determined tip
pnxltlnn Hi tin jilfin (ur erecting Itiw
new building.
Till' Villi- Wlllllll llllVC been ex
tremely light today, Inn lor the effortH
of Ihi- MIkIi hcIiooI buy, who worked
like Trojan in kii out the men ititi I -fled
to cant hallotn. Aliolit each polling
place it h'MHi'l or A. II. H. IiiiIh iih
pcmhlcd, with HnIh of vnii'iM iiml mi
iimptc aupply tit bulbil. .Many auto
mobile were prunHi'ii into xervlee uml
it ytcniutli- campaign wiih adhered lo
throughout the day or neridlriK the
riiiuiiluKN after men who either
through negligence or Indifference
fulled to allow up at the pollH,
I'litliiT tit Denver M)or Jilt.
Denver. Inc. I U. Wllmni Ainolil,
father of Mayor-Arnold, died Hinlilen
ly yenterday arternoon al IiIh limn or
heart dlneae. Me wan 70 yearn old.
Ten nilnilli'H before the Mtul uttuck
)n wna In IiIh iiNiial health. Ueuth
won ultimo! ItiNtuntaneiiUM. Mayor Ar
nold arrived from hi tiltlce u moment
after hht father Miccuruhed. Mr. Ar
nold hud been u rceldeut of Denver
nix yeuivnMnff IiIh hmilth-hi
lllll.Tlei lluUKllter,
MORTUARY.
Infilnl Klurhi Olievnia.
MarUi, the elKhl-inoiithN'olil hnhy of
Mr. and Jim. Kwievan fliievnrn or
Hoiith John Hireet. died at I o'clock
Hiiriday moriihiK. follmvliiK a brief
lllrieNN. Klinerel Hervlcen were held
eHteiduy afteriioon at i o'clock ut
the home and Interment mix In Hit n
.lone cemetery. Mr. Ounvnrii Ik n
pieioniiiiii at The KvwiIiik Herald.
""wcad the Herald Yast Adf .
Jiesnlti. Try Que.
Pew Auto
Gloves
Nothing better for a pres
ent than a good pair 9'
Gloves, 'We have a com
plete line of them.
Lined Auto Black Dog
. - ukin-.... j $&50
TTniincd BJack or Tan
, ;....f, 3.00
Viined Blaok Dogskin,
veryfin MM
Dent's Drsss Gloves i2.00
SqSrrel Xljieft pioves $1
hail mum Aoxmt
3i&
DIED FROM MM
OEDEIOFUIHSS
j Jury Returns Verdict Follow
ing Testimony of Dr. C, A.
Frank and Dr. W. W.
Spargo, Who Performed
Autopsy.
We. Ill'' Uhllelh gllell. JllMlce or
the fie.' .mil Ji'i, mIih fin upon
the HiM'ie-l. Iielil IIiIm llllli liny or
III" I'MiN. I I'll.', nvef Hie liulll of
John .1 l".ih. llllli thill the lie
i I'UH'i, ..Hue lo IiIn ileiilh liy I en-
Null
.lie iii'ilelllii of the III II KH.
MlKrieil
ll.'l
mil: it. i-it ic.
JiiNtiee of the I'i ih e.
piii w. iiti:sTi:i..
I Wl.TTK A JUNKS,
I I. Mil. WVI.IHMt,
I nr .-i lluUVKi KKI!.
I V Ml. i- M In i.S AI.h
Ul.iHt'll. II Mniilti:
1'i.n in. ii
The fori (fi.iaii . -r ! ! r :im n ndeied
ut 2 o'l'loek i tup ,ifierii"nii i' the Jury
which held me niiiii i.vi'i Hi.- Ixidy
of Dr. John J Mi'i. in. IiiiiihI yeMtiNr
day allei'lioiin I I . . k In IiIh of
llri.'H In the ll.triieti liinlillllK. The
Jury WIIH ellilMili. il. ! luxl evenlllK uti'l
viewed llie lniil l.iil inKhl and nKiilll
iIiIh monilinr-
At ) .'!' hi lui li III x iiliernooii the
Jills Ill-ill il the 1 1 ol Dr. I'. A
Crank and Dr W W. ripniKo. who
perfoi'liieil all n'il"m lo ilelermllli'
Hie rilllH.i of ilniHi I'lilloWlllK
ti'Kllnlull.t of Do I'll in tlx the J II I"
lelllllied the velill. I.
Dr. I'riuili ti'niiiii'il HiIm aliernoon i"
II IToi't that In. .Mnr.ui died from
in nle oedema or Hie Iumkh.
"Then- ih lln i ilelli-e of foul
ilu or Irrliatit m' iiukoIIc polHon,
ixpliilued Dr. I-'imiiI.. "I wan pm-miiI
hiiiiii utter Dr. .Mhiiiii h hoil wiih iIIm-
iiveied in IiIh mllee He wiih IjIiiK
iiliilriHiil mi IiIh rlitht Hide, w lh IiIh
head lentliiK on the llKhl ill III. Vp
purenllv he had heen ile.nl about
twcni s four liiiiirn. The iheurv ol
III uli- oeileinil ol the luliKH Ih Hint
then- h a i oilKi'Htliill of Hie lluhl ol
the liloiid in the MKloll or tile luilK
IIhhuih. When the rnllftcHtlnll oi-i'lim,
il pei'Hiitl l unalile lo I! i' I lireulli, M
rendered lilR'imm Iiiiih, h mhIi.iii Iki
(oiiii'h KilKoni-d, Hiv heart Htuit lion I
I.IK and di.'.ilh i-oiiieH n',ni',ilil Mail
wli Imii I a HtriiKk'h."
Ii'hIIouIiik Dr. I'iinik, Dr. SpurKii
lenl llleil lo Hie elTei'l Hint Dt. .Moral! x
ileiith unit due to pulmtiuin') ueilumu,
probabl ri'HiillliiK friitn expoHiue ol
the Iiml), or iniliii'eil h a ieminrary
caidliii weiikneHH.' Dr. Sp.uko wild
thai il wiih only a HUppiiMltiuu hh lo
the exiii I inline for the i-ollilllliili.
Knoll after the ph) hIi'IUIIh hud li'Hll
Med Hie Jury rellirili'd Hh w-rillil.
Jiiiiii-h .Mi'Diiiiiihl, nlii; of iln jiirniH.
ii-xlilli'il prevhiUHly (hut he nml J J.
Alien, o the Occidental I. lie, hud
doeii Dr Moraii and JiiIKiiI uiili hnu
uh lull- iih mldnlKlit Iuhi s.iiui il.i .
IIODV TO Hi: HUNT TO
I.YONK. X. V., TOMOItllOW
Klillowllli; lllHlrilttllillH n-eehed l)'
teli'Uiiiph, i)r. MorariH linh H hi1
nellt to I.) mm, N. Y., the fiilllitv home,
Iniiiuriovv iifleriiDiin on .Santa Kc iialn
No. leuvlliK AlbUiiiieripie al 4 uTi
p. m. The KnlKhtH of i hIiiiiiIhih, ol
which Dr. Morun wiih u iim-iiiIht. uill
hold HcrvlccH ut T::io o'eiiek Uhh
ewnlriK ul HIroilK'H rhapel.
Dentil a Mioi-U,
Th Hildili'll takltiK mwii of Dr
Mornn tiroved a mi ni hUi U in Iiih
ntinieroim frlemlM In Aiiuiiieriiie
PrlendH who wihIi to le the limb
may do ho at SIihiiu'h chapel a' nil
tune after i. :ni ihu - .-nitiK and uiitM
noon iniiii.i rou
'' linn ruiuii'f. rirm,
New Voik. Di-. in t'litlnu f iilliron
CliiKcd lll'iil I'limliiK IiIiIn: Drcenibcl',
.irtiiiiiii, jr.'iO; February,
ir.'.'.l, Miiiili. H.'.IiM. April. $12.60;
Ma. II:'. nm June, ns.&'Ji July.
Ill'.il; AiiKUit, n-Sti; Heptember,
IM.Ofi; Ocliiber, $11. HO.
Knights of Columbus!
Knights of Columbus
are asked to be present at
7:30 this evening at
Strong's chapel and at
tend services for Dr. John
J. Moran, a member of Al
buquerque Counoil No.
641, whose sudden death
oocurred yesterday. The
body will be sent tomor
row afternoon to Lyons,
K, Y,
W A, Kelehcr, G K.
, F, C.jnne)ily, F. .
m Fcl Co
Gallup
Swaitika
VMM, Sit'
Wise Move That Belen Cut Off
Was Built Says Chief En
gineer C. A. Morse, of Santa
Fe.
That the iralllc ocr the main line
or Me .-'iiiiiii I'V rnllriinil, tliroiiKh Al-liiiiin-iiiie,
iM Vckhh mill Kntoii In an
heaw notv, ir not iienvlr, thun II wnn
befiii-e I lie Helen Cllt Off Will Hlllll. Will
ileelrued by C. A. Mome, i lib-f -n-
Kli r of Hie Hflllln K. rvim wim in
Allniiiieriiie for unveral hourH Iiml
eveuiiiK. .Mr. Mo run r.rrlvc'l in a Kpec
al (rain from thn count IIiich at
o'lloek in the afternoon, nrenmpnn
led lo Alhllijllf rillc by Oenrral Kuper-
inienileni I. D. Illbburd of I.on Ati-
kcIi-h, 11 nd Superlnieriilerit I-:. J. Olb-
h'iii or Wlrmlovs
"It Kim 11 wine move lo oullil (lit
lielen rut off lit the time It wiih built,"
mid Mr. Mome. 'Tim volume or trnf.
lie nm hiiiidli-d by thn Hatit.i I'e via
.In- 1 1 . in Him anil (he cut off 11111I1I
not by iiih mei n-' n- l . ! 'I me
the main linn alone
"The doublo tnirk work l. pi Krt-ii-
fltiK rnplilly and we will mihii ii.. tun-
llllIK tllllllH over all the ilounle track-
nKe. I II 11 Kniiln I' e Ih itiMlill(; for
llll'l I n" il liUHllie.Hn on 11 Ini'Ke ,inle ai
In Hull -.it. ii In Din .iilrtii liiiini rnll
raclllli . mil exti-iiH.M. Hnpi u ementH
lnliil,' III. nle III the varlOUH uli'ipft oil
the fit. .n Shop exIeliHloii Work In
now nii'l. r mi) in WIiihIow and uh
Mm k ti . . dt Mi., aiiiioimrement or
l'IIKieit Itlplev. Hill MMIII iieijin In
Alli'i'i'li I 1 1 le
FARMERS THREATEN
TO BIG SUIT
Claim They Have Lost Thou
sands of Dollars By Reason
of Delay at Barelas Bridge;
May Build Footbridge.
H uiih Hinted ! n farmer from thn
HihI Hide of the Itlo Ul.iinle HllM
inninlnK tli.it a innnln-r ni lelili ntM
of that Hcclliiii mi ilueiiieu'iiK I" in-j
llllllln Hllll tor il.HlliiKeH UKIllllHl tint
'ouiily authoillli-H lieiallHit or Hie I0H.1
( thiuinuritln ut iIihIjih niiil r 1 1 - d.ui'
xci to Die ami limb to ulmh Hiev
lime' heen hiiIiJci led for lh iieiier
pari of a vnr aa a icmiII i.r thn
llulll III the lehllllillhK 'if the li.(le
ncroHH the lei in llnieliiH. Tu inuliy
furinelH In that illHHU I Ih In ii-lareil
the link of a bilihpi Ii.ih meant nlmply
the illfleieiiie lielueen proHpe. ainl
adVerHll) dlllllllt Die piiNt miii .iii'l
tlii- feel that they nhotilil b.ne Honut
reilretiH.
"II ll.'l.. I ll. iih If il Wnlllil lie
.UIVwIhii- from kIx im.Iih tu linen
iniinlbh before Hie hihiiII kiip Ih
bridged ami tllillli Ih injnn leHilliieil. '
Hlllll the IrilllH-ltll. llrnlllle filiuiel lll
ilaj. "We are KeltlllX ileHperale mill
.1 linneinelit Ih How on root amoiiK the
fnriiieiM tu 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 a liiotlii lile for line
pendlllK the o 1 1 1 1 1 1 1-1 1 1 .n of Hie lirnlKc.
It Wiillbl al leiiKt he limiih fm . till-
dren cronhini: the iimi t.. ho to
Hi'honl At pieHimt it iuMi- inn t
cuiltH eieiv time I Ko nV.-r In tliy
ruiicb In i entH uiif.u.- anil in i ciiIh
fell lime e.i. Il win
BEST GIFT GOODS
AT PPT
Remarkably Tempting Christ
mas Opportunities for Buy
ers Who Want Genuino
Thing at Reasonable, Prices,
The t'hrlntmuH thoppnr who dellb
r.itelv or Inudverdently neulcclB tn
ui.it the HoHtrlKht moro iiiIbhuh one of
tin- hiKKcMt t'lirlnttniiH nionoy.navltiK
"ppnriiinlili'ii extant.
H you are In thla c'limn, the best
HiliiK miii inn do in to Iiihc no Hiiui
Kiiluv u in ii ml on Went (laid avenue
and hccIiik ror yulirni'lf. There Ih ev
erylhlnir linuKlimblu or denlrable for
the I'liriHimuN cphmihi. ami the prlcen
are mi renmrkuhly n .imiiialile (but
)uu uuli't piiHH tht in h There In a
Mlilendld line of iojh. nil marked down
to low prlccH wonderful mechanical
loyn; eiiKlnen. HawinlllN. dyinihto.blh.M,,
lire etiKlncH ami niher conlrlvancfaj
ntureiipticom,. mouiiK plcturo ma-'
chlncH. dolls, ah iIIIoh, doll huirglra,
yln!ip(i,cii ami all the olhor lhlnit,
liiniiniernhb. in varletlcH, which do
llBlit the jiivmiilo Miul ut Chrlstmaa
time I'nr lln. Ii..1I..m
ilmieil the new auto hooda nd h.t,
Hlllt auto Hcurfw, tho vry fonob)a
"nil pniiiilar ltobnphirrr qoUaw,
wnll Kbnci for men. wortten nnd
chlblreii 11 rn n n..l.li.. vri. u
- ' ...i.Mn iiiib.1 uv llivil
mid ImiHlkerelilefa It another troiiu
point iti unutrlrtt', A noteworthy
feature l linn ami flmlirol.li.vti
trlllinil'il hundkBrcblAf tnv l.iril... ,.t
(lie low iivur of two for C& ccniR.
tu mm wiya nunf tit (ho thin?
Ill lltiltHirhVa. Al ratl: an h.. ...,. i..
' I - - mm- f'.V.I'll.
und m sllinp of thajn very nttrarllvti
FOR DAMAGES'
(irmT win. 1 nana you nn enuiuiduMlu
Uo(rlht liuyejr,
' i.
Dont Fail to Visit Toyland
With its wonderful display of inter
esting toys for boys and girls : : :
BRING THE CHILDREN TO SEE THE SANTA CLAUS SHOW WHICH HAPPENS
EVERY DAY AT 4:30.
ANOTHER BIG GRAB SALE ON NEXT SATURDAY. 10c A GRAB AND AS MANY
GRABS AS YOU WANT.
I
Artistic Leather Goods
When in doubt as to what to get for some person who is to be remembered visit our
leather section. Hundreds of pleasing suggestions for both ladies and gentlemen-. Pillow
Top3, Table Mats, Post Card and Kodak Albums, Book Covers and Markers, Glove and
Handkerchief Cases, Collar Bags, Slippers, Manicure Cases, Traveling Cases, ' Medicine
Cases, Jewel Boxes, Sewing Baskets and many others too numerous to mention.
LEATHER SECTION, 1st Floor.
.1 jprl
ANNUAL ELECTI0 OF
OFFICERS HELD BY
SHRINE LAST NIGHT
liallut Alu iln Temple, Nohlen of the
Myntlc Sin in. , met In aiinunl pohhIuii
limt ulKhi .mil elected (he corpH of of
McerN lor Die 1 iimiImk yjar, n pleiiHunt
"oi lul time with viikiKch rullowlliK (he
biihlneHH of tin' evenlllK. The iillleernr
I'lei ted weri r iih fnllowH; C S.
Illai'liwi'll ol Italon, lllllHtrlollH pnlen
i.i'e, lieuben 1'i-rry, chief ralihau; J.
W. HUler iiNMiNiaut rahban; I-:. A.
.Mann, IiIkIi priest and iirophnt; C II.
Lowlier, triiiitniri-ri I.. II. Chamber
Inlli. lecordei . A. II. McMlllcll, orien
tal Ulllilc.
AppilltltUe iillleiTH verl tlltllieil IIH
fiilluwH: John W. WUhoii, llrnt cerr.
nioiilul mantel , j, j. Koliy of Hllver
City, Hccuiid cen iminlul miiHterj 13. K,
I.embke. capialn or (he KUiird; John
ThelGife
pur Oigftr lino i
jmd,
ranoy Xmw
:mt
s
m CIGAR CO.
SPECIAL TOMORROW ONLY
This Handkerchief special for tomorrow represents a fine lot of Embroidered Handker
chiefs usually sold for $1.50 box of 6 We have already made a special koliday price of
$1.00 box but for tomorrow only you can have them for
89c a Box
HANDKERCHIEF SECTION, 1st. Floor.
T lb nd. outer Kimril, 0. . OuhIi
mini, illreitur, .lolni llorrad.iile, innr-
nh.il
I'uul Ti iiIm Ii. J. J. Kelly nnfl
.John lloriiulalle were elected re pre
HentatlvcH to the Imperial council,
uhlcb iiieetH in May at Dalian, Tex.
ir you are looking for a barKaln In
ciilabiiHh uml iiieerHUhnuiii pIpfH call
at II. WeHterreld'M ClKur Store, I'll"
Went Central avenue.
New t'hrlHlmiiH ooiIm Juhi In. fall
at JUS Went Lead and nee them.
AIih. WiIhoii, phone 15.17W.
A I'iihIiI'iii Lunch ror holiday Hhop
peiM Helved al norm. I'lmhlnn Cufe.
Itcliinit, bleedlnif, prnlriidlnB nr
blind plleH have yielded lo noun'
iilutmoru. j(lc at all toren. Adv.
f'omblnntlnn
Cnro.
llrenkfitRt. KnHhlon
and youjn get the best in
Il
' i ' mm .i. ionium, mill ii 1 11 1 fj
READY RESPONSE TO
TICKET
BY LADIES
"David Garriok," By Woman's
Club at Elks' Theater De
ceraber 19 Will Play to a
Large Audience.
The cry ready rCHjionHe which hud
been found by thn ladle In cliurKtf
of the ticket Holllnlt cainpalgn for
"Duvld riurrlck," the play tu be Htuged
ut (he Klkn' (heutor Dccopiber IV by
the Womun'H club, Bhow (hut thu
ptlblli! I properly enthunlaHtlc and
the performance In umucd of u lurse
houne. Mm, Uauc Ilarth, Mm. 11. O
HtronK and Mm. Felix Bucii arc en
trusted with thn tank of aeelni; that
the play In well niilronlxod and tho
people of the city are inuklng thin
tiiKk nn cany un poioilblc, The cunvius
I ilk firm bcVnn In earnett today.
"David Oarrlck" In xolng to be put
on by local talent tho cholct-Ht of thw
local talent and It Is tfolUK lo b a
hMlrlonlc and tnuilcal (real. The
atttra are Mrs. R. V, Wlnchoatar ua
"Ada Ingot" and Mr. Churluw J, An
tlrewH aa "filmon Insot." Iloth are
jool musical cfelobrltlewho aro mqnt
nitppiiy cnosen tor tne leuoing roica,
Tlie alnry of (he play la aa follows:
Blmon Innot. a merchant prlncn and
officer or ihn corporation In London
UAaiI.h Ulm 1. J ln.. U.I.U
,ow.v.n iiih uiiuiiuvr . in iiiva will.
ft play nctor named David Oarrlck.
ingot bag an interview with OarrloK
at which time Onrrlck promlaea to
cur hla duuthlcr of the Infatuation,
At a dinner given In Ingot'a mansion
narrlelc In a auperb bit of acting por.
troya inn arunxard, bully una gutne
S(or an perfectly that Ada finally or
am blm from thu houae. Chlvev.
n a- aullor for the hand of, Ada,
byt whom eh doe not favor, inttdV
Vftrontiy reveala the fact that aar
rlojj waa tny acilriii. Jn (he lant
ftnqt illacuvert Ad n Oarrclf
aptirtmnta whera aha ha con tt
CANVASS
I
turn to her homo und marry Cotmln
Clilvcy. Adn refunen and her futber
renouncen her al (ho (line but llnnlly
become)) roco'iclled,
BENEVOLENT SOCIETY ,
'REOHGAlflZES BDrliTEJ
COMING YmTf0RK
. t
s "
OfPcera for (he ennuln-f.ear were
nec(d yeHterduy prterfii'pn .by , thn
Nun Hecturhin Henevent-Heetety ut
a well intended und ln(eren(lfK mect
'Inp held In (ho aulld rmU.-aJttifor
the coining year'a work wercJmach
id and will be dlcuaed at greater
length ut n mrotlnir to VifWm'tXL
Monday afternoon. Mra. Qeorge H.
Ktock wua tendered the oltlce of pre.
Idem, but declined to nerve, the Hiiui
rmuli of thu election being uu fol
Iowa; I'realdenl, Mm. K. K. Cootm;
llrat vice preaidont, Mra. Hoy .McDon
hid; apcond vice president, Mr John
I. ee Clurko; aecretury, Mra. Ilobert
II. Pollock; treaaurer, MUa pre.nt.
Kvelyn Tlww Jlclht IJ1U.
New York. Dee. 10, Kvelyn Nen
hit Thaw woh a wltneaa In the city
court In un action brought ugaltiHt
her by (lor hum & Co, to racover
12,041 which the allveramltha de
clare la due for gooda delivered to
Mra. Thaw In lOtiS. Hho miy thn
ooda were aold to her huahutid, Hur
ry W. Thuw, who tiad an Income of
from IdO.OOO to $110,000 a year ut
that time.
"Did 'you get from Mr. Thaw nny
upending money ut that time?" alio
wag naked,
"Oh, yea, he did give me aomo
Aak about the 140 Toilet Art ro ho
given away. Powell Drug Co.
For Ijfwlaf 'diauluMi.'
1 Hl.i.iiU ilnMHT7Tll'.lSJi&SS,W
arut a dpeh Ho besa her to r
.mm
e-"Ta'

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