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' Ammwkwt tvtmm herald, Saturday, january 4, ioia, "ww
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BODEY MftY RETLIFIH
Ai GET INTO
Former Delegate in Congress
leaves Today for San Fran
cisco to Assist in Proseou
tiou to Important Case.
Hun. II. K. Itodey, Iwico del-gale in
uongross from Now Mexico ami fur
mer Untied Mate Judge Hi Porto
tlftm, nml at proiuul district attorney
for Alaska mill special asalstunt to the I
attorney general of tli l.'nlted .stiiteh,
left today on tho Callfnrulu limited
for Sn Frunelscn, after spending the
holiday In Albuijuornuo witu his
Mr. Ilndoy returns to Hn Ki n n ihi o
for tli purpuso of taking ui fi t-, f
Important cases In which the gn em
inent lit huIiir for the recowr of
portions of the public domain win. h
II In alleged, woro acquired Illegal!
liy the prnsenl holders.
"It I Just poselbln 1 nhell return to
)W MOXtlO III till! IIHHl flltllll M
taXn part In iht ffiiiitori.il iikih
should iMiH iIviIoi during tin- nm
lug Reunion or the legislature, Mid
Judge Itodey Just before leuV" i foi
"I luivo not Inul opportututv t ex
nmltm tin recotd a nil therefore inn
nut In position to oxpieft an opinion
05 to tlx- legality oi Illegality of t'n
action of thi. inwt iiixi"lHturr in it
tempting to till tin. M'nato aian v
which inn urn March I next Theic I
nu proper 1 1 1 1 1 1 k I would't ilu nor no
personal sacrifices I woiildut make
(o flirt ho r the Interests of iu home
stain tun! further it proapcriu .
"Nothing would please mo mine
than to return to New Moxbo and
gln become uctlvo In public life
IB OK WILL BE
FEATURE OF THE
Indian School Boys Aftrce to
Tut on Thrilling Perform
ance During Intermission on
Tun thicket li.ill Kanien. h baud
ooncert mid a genuine Indian war
da lue lire scheduled feat III ex for 111
nvmiliiK of Jan. III. whan the m
Hint Kill of the I'lllti'd Stated Indian
ketiool of thin clt ami Ihe m Vi
mm Normal university me to mod
In the Arinorv Tlf Imlluiin m
making uetUe preparations for Hi
big show mid It likely a IiIk uh v.I
ivill WltlieHM the doings
Final Clearance of Millinery
All Trimmed Hats anck Untrimmed
Shapes to be sold in next 8 days at
LESS THAN COST.
There arc positively no reservations in this sale. Wo arc overstocked nnd, al
though the winter hat season has still three months to run, we absolutely MUST
reduce our stook before Mrs. Bartlcy goes east to the markets. . ( Jfl
HERE ARE A FEW OF THE BIG VALUES
50 Trimmed Hats, all late models and 1
worth up to $8; all go at ....
All Beaver, Silk Plush and Velvet Shapes (in
cluding Black, Blue and Navy) at Less Than Cost
75 Untrimmed Shapes,
values up to $5.00,
50 Untrimmed Shapes,
values to $8.00,
This is the saving opportunity of the year for women,
THE BARTLEY SHOP
'312 WEST CENTRAL AVE.
rn I nuin mi
Double Tragedy in San Fran
cisco Boarding House; Vic
tim Beautiful Wife of Re
tired Italian Army Man
lly Leased Wire to Hrrnlng ncraltlj
Han Pranclsou, Jnn. 4. Mr. Itita
01 Itovcy, wlfu of Frnnk dl ltovey, n
retired Ilulluil olflcor, wua nliot nnd
killed at tier homo lioro Innt nlRht
by it. J. Howley, of Hranton, pa.
llowley then conimlttcd auloldo A
totter found In Howloy'a pockot, lid
drenfted to his mothor, Mn. J. Q.
Howtcy, of Hrranton. In which ho up
braided her for refusal to Bend him
money nnd Intimated liln Intention of
taking liln life, aupplled tho only con-
Jecturo on to tho motlva for tho
crlnt. Frlendg of Mr dl rtovey
Ha Id aho had aent Howloy nwny from
her bonrdlnc hotiRo a week a bo, and
that they had qunrro.'ed after ho had
mado an unaticceesful attempt tQ bor
rowr money from her.
Frofoanor Frits Krciliref. Instruetor
nt tho University of California, wnn
tho only pernoa In tho apartment,
other than tho two principal in the
trnitedy. He went to tho apartment
luto today to ro through a rchcaraal
of n Gorman piny With Mm. dl Ilovoy,
In whloh alio was to have appenred
January IS. with an amateur cat.
Ho wim iidmltted by Howley, ha Raid,
nnd wait naked to wait u momont in
the llvliin- room.
"Howley nnd Mm. dl Itovoy wcr
together Hi tho dining room," auld
Profewior Kretidef. "and the door wan
cloned. I heard them talking a mo
ment In low voices and thon I hoard
two Mini. When 1 opened thu door
the body of Mr, dl ltovey lay on the
Door, and Howley Mat uprluht In n
.hair, with a bullet through bin
Howley wan about 3ft carn old.
1)1 Itovo). who Ih wild to have Hep-
nrated from hl wife, left thin city for
Seattle nevural wonkn uRO.
Mrn. dl ltovey wiim well known In
(ierman cirelen here. .She wim a beau,
tlful woman mid wan at ono tlmo on
thu profoDKlonal etuso.
IS $300 CAR TO BE
PLACED ON MARKET?
THE STROLLERS QUAKTjrft
TED" STRONG WEDSlRESTORE GANTEEN
IH TEXAS T
Albuquerque Boy Returns to
Albuquerque With Bride,
Who Was Until December
28, Miss Lois Bcllah.
Mart If ll. Ill Ht .liweph. Tux. HI
Satiirilat. Hw MM l.ulm Mellon.
OaiiKliter of Mr hiiiI Mm. .1. I. It"l
Uli of I Hut town, to Mr. "Ted"
Httoim. Mm of Mr. mill Mr. II .
HtrollK o! ,MllUIUUriUe 'I'lle eere
llionv huh pel formed by the te. Ml.
Coo ill liif Muthotltat church, and
after a brief honeymoon Mie newh
Hed leloiueil In A thlliUel itie all-l
are now nt home to theli (rleniln m
the I'lllKleWiiiid npHrtllielltn. "Ted" U
h well-Uimw n niHchlnliit In Ihe Mania
Ke hho lie and bin ehurmlim
lirlili- are ime fhue their return r-
elvlnit Hi" cniiKi'MtitlutloiM ot nu
UicrnOK 1 1 lend
I'liiieriil of .lanuw It. Kivne.
New York. .Inn. I. -The fuiiMt-Hl of
JaineH It Keelie. who died llefe eai'l
IoiIim. Mill lie betil In a church of tile
Ahc'Iiinoii MoiiiIim llioruiUK Intel
iiient "ill lie in Woudlauu iMiueter.
STATEMENT OI THE CONDITION OF
The American Trust ?
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
At the Close of Busiiicu, December 3 1 it, 1912,
Taih and IHhciiiiiiM
County Clnlnis on hand ,
Iiriiltmv nnd PKlunm k ,....,,,,,,......
t'AKll III Vllllll ...t n 4 . .
t Cah duo front limik on Iiunimul ... :iK,;il7.;it, X
faplial SliH'k paid up
Undivided IVnlltx. U'ss HipeiiMV I'll Id
IK'IMislls Subject In tilled.:.,
Ttmn t'crtlllinlert of 1iimiIi
. . IU,7;fJ. IH
Total Deposits . . . .
DIRECTORS : 4
J, KORBER Vice President
C. 0. KARDORF Cashier
Herman Blueher, Edwnrd Lembkc, D. M. K. Wyldcr
0. N. Marron, Victor Sais, Simon Stern
OF GEN. 10D
Chief of Staff of U. S. Army
in Annual Report Also Rcc-
ommens More Efficient Con
ccntration of Forces.
lly Leaned Wire In livening Herald
WanhliiRton. Ian I. The realm-
Itnu of Ihe alillv 'anteiu mid 'IliK't
ment of lexlalaliou for the elimlna-
lion from the t'ulteil Hlalew aim of
unlit niticerM me amoiiK the pilnclpal
re omiuendiitlonn of Major C.eiieral
I.eoiiHrd Wood. . hlef ,.r kIhII. hi IiIk
annual repoit Into made public Cen
oral Wood iei ouiiuuiiiIn (hi
two itRlinenla of Infanti). alx bnttnl
H'lin of tleld artlllelV. oihi Held iuil
p.un of MlRiial tinopn. five Held hoxpl
liiln mid rile aiiibulan e conipmileH.
1 thin ntmidiird there Ih at prenent
a vul HhorlUie of .Held artillery not
onh for the arm) but for the inllltla.
Moreover, there It no provlalop for
effective nervice of ammunition, mid
man) of Ihe un In u nliiKle dio'n
Unlit would line all the ammunlllou
which emi now be carried for them.
Therefore. Uenerat Wood adds (hut If
we do not have Ihtn additional ill til
lory, the iirmlun ure dontlned lo nltl-
t'onimon 1'inple Inicrotcd In Humor
Hint Oil Millionaire l In liny Out
Well Known I'nclor).
In Ihe $3imi automobllo about to bo
tdaced on the market? That In the
iuNtlou whleh In naliatlnj; tho Com
mun Peojde In thin clly an well n
elsewheie. There ban been a pcrnlnt -
cut and well dellued rumor here
about! for Home ibin past tha John 1
Itockefellor. othorwiHo the Standard
Oil company, him made arrnriKoincutn
to take over the Ii'.inIiii- of a leading
auto inaniifHcturliiK ompmiy wIiojk
cam nre well known nnd reliable, nnd
mate defeat. lie 11W cuIIh atl-iillon pMcn a limt cnxn iniilium niei i-ht
In the fact that mmit Htaiin tefoHi. io."ti the market tor thr-c hundred do)
Include a proper proportion of Hold
m-tlller and uuvnlry lit their inllltla
hecitUKc of Ihe iivpeuno. anil muuuomIm
that hereafter coiiKiena dellnllelv hp- J
pioprlato money which only can be (
uaeii nj i lie male tor tue orKanUa
lion of these ai'llin.
NEXT FRIDAY NIGHT, JANUARY 10
Elks' Opera House
Seats at MaUon's on and After
60c and 75c
That nuoh A procedure would rcault
Immediately In enormously Insrcajcd
sales In evident.
It Is nlno evident that It would re
sult In enormously Increased sales of
Knaollno whloh is tho point of tho
YEAR OF THE BIG WIND
WAS 1802 SAYS MR. SAINT
Tho reportod approach of a 1k
storm Into Ts'ew Mexico from tho
north today moved J. K Saint, the
well known mlnlmr operator, to recall
what he terms fur mid nwny the worst
storm that over hit Now Mexico. "It
was In November. 1S93." mild Mr.
Hulnt. "mid I have ncvor seen any
thing like It before nor since. Forty
sheep herders mid uowpunehers pc--Ished
In th'U storm, when a terrible
ntvl Iouk continued wind from tho
miKt ros to hurricane violence, car
rying a heavy snowfall with It. Thi?
stock losnes wer probably the heav
iest on reoord. I owned a much near
ClrmitK nt that lime mid remember
that 1 wan able to walk on th snow
clear over the roof of the innoh
Iiouhu. There was Utile snow In Al
iiuiiieriUe but It wnn tremoiiilously
heavy nearly everywhere else
Mr ttnlnl Iiiim l.nnn riMttl.oi o'
New Mexko for 33 yearn and la well
qualified to upenk with nutliorlty 01?
what wua realty tho "year of tho big
A niiirrbiKe llceiino wnn Issued lo
ll to I.ewlx A. Mulile. 31. mid Maliol
I.iindstrom. l'.i. boiii of Wlnslow.
AS CANDIDATE FOR
Trenton. N. J., Jan. 4. fienalor
itobert L. owen of Oklahoma Jias
prosonted to President-elect Wilton
tho nume or Itobert ItoKors. an okU
honiu lawyer, for the post of secre
tary of the Interior. When Henutor
Owen left I ho uovernor's nftlee he de
ullned to nay whom ho had talked
about with .Mr. Wilson. Tho president-elect
later declared that Henutor
owen hud come to speak for Mr
"Senator Owen dwell upon tho (art
that Mr. Honors has u generut praa
tleu In whloh he has distinguished
himself,' ?uld Mr. Wilson. "He add
ed also that Mr. ItoKern had been
prominent us ti proKresslvo Democrat
Mr. Honors was a clnsainute of Mr.
WlWun til 'tiro-lfflirerstty WvlrWi.
but they hnwt not seen each other
since, Ihe governor said. Iteports
that Henutor Hoke Hmlth uf Oeorgi.i
wan to confer, with nlm eoncerninB
the appointment of i itovernor for
the Panama annul xono, were declare. I
by Mr. Wilson to be without founda
tion. Thu governor will lie at Prince
ton tomorrow, but expected to receh
404 CIVIL CASES DISPOSED
OF BY JUDGE RAYN0LDS
on Jnn 10 till.' when Judge lluy
uobls usMumeil olllee. there were
conceii-i pending hi ltiinillllo county 111' MI
tiallou oi Ihe aim on strateab lln"
and in areas wheei it can be main-
tallied more ccoiiouilca . lie would
tlauafer nil tile pel-Mounel of the staff
corps- excepting; eliKllinern. uiiallcni
nllliern and chaplains -In the line. In
ci mining Ihe number of the Kanorwl
nitireiM and hue olllcers In the differ
The transfer of tho iteiwninel of
ntatf corps I" the line. In tienernl
WimhIk opinion, would lel'llllnMle the
ioiih'h nt striiKgle between lino and
niaff. a stiUKKle which Is as old as the
arm) anil one which promise to con
tinue. There would be no interior-
eiue with promotion, nor would the
niembein of piHMiit staff oipn lime
an ot their present ndvantaaes.
nincuaainv iiiouus for the elimina
tion of unlit olllcers, the hiet of stuff
"The full Hlllclenty of an oikmiiIh
Hon of men cannot be secured with-
out a Mvntem by which the merit oi
the Individual shall have nome ef
fect on their advancement The army
long has suffered from t li A luck of
uc)i . aateui," the Kelieral conllnMw.
"I'll to the giadw of colonel pioino
tlon I In sonloilly In each brunch
and there Is no way under the law
bv which an otllcer. no matter what
his merits, can be advanced a nlnuls
number except by mukliiK him gen
eral otllcer. ronswnutlve oiiponltlon
moat is to he looked lor in the arm.
where sherc la Jealous fear of Ihe
eflccln or favoritism, but thin would
disappear under the Initueiice of a
law to place the selections where thev
belong. In Hie hands of the sorvhw H
nlf. In IoiIrIiik II with htm ids ot ol
fleers so chosen as not to be atfm icd
peraonall bv their declalons and
worn to tut In accordance with the
best Inieiests of the service.
"The Kieat majority of the offltoru
of the arm," suja (leneral Wouil.
dlwiiseing the c.inteen uuestlou. "are
of the opinion that the re-establish-inent
of the canteen, uudsr proper
supervision, would lend to improve
the health, discipline and ollicleucy of
the sen lew by diminishing Intampsi'
ance ami Immorality. 1 con cut In
this opinion "
Oetieral Wood In this leport pre
sents to congress a detailed plan for
Ihe reorganisation of Ihe Held aiili
leiv In connection with the generul
unm rcTKHiiiatii'ii This general
idati prnvni, th.it i ic Hi si inn-emcnt
ot tho ukti'utuu fluid urmy shall bo
cusea. Slme Jan. in. It 13. mid up!
to dec SI. I Hi 1, there were tff.f. 1 1mei
Hied, making a total of 7U7 case
Killing the year Judge Ituyiiolds dls
IkhiiiiI of KM civil casus. There Hr
3 1 old I cases pending on Jnn I of
this j ear The forwgolug IntOKwtlug
diets mid Hguroa Here propared by
District Court t'lerk ThomaN K l
Madilisou. Mr. .Maddlwiu alno pie
I m led a sum i nary of criminal him'
lies trauHMctcil, nliowlng that wl.-u
Judge ItuyiiohlH look over the olllee
on Jan. IU. I'.tl2. Ihoru woie Kit
criminal cases pendlup. I'rom Jan.
10 to Dec .11. I1MS. there Were !l
criminal cmmm Hied. muktUK a total
of 11 caw handled during the
Judge 1 1 m y 1 1 1 1 1 1 H dlspomul of 113
criminal cue during the year and
(here were I Oil criminal ohv psml
lug on Dec 31, l!ii. The total num
ber of eHke dtnponuil of, clxll ami
crluiliiat. Iituweeu Jan. ID. 1112. mid
Dim- SI. 19m. was 116.
Mr Msdilleoti has a Wo piviairad t
suuimary of olvil cases during the
years I'JIO. mil and I'Jl. In 1UI
there were .1IK uho nlnd. in lll
there IttR as tiled, mid In 101 J
there were 3'.' eutuMi Med
Criminal csmss lllod In I 'J to totalled
33. ill 1011 7. anil in KMX 110.
The larger nuiiibor of criminal omk
In 1 til tl wax Ihe roault uf ludktmflnUt
tor failure to coin ply witn tHditNii
J mine lta nolds leavae Monday
morning fr Hernallllo, whero he will
draw the mrhw for Ihe hkuidovHl
count) ouri returning io aioh-
iiteriiie Miiaay UlRllt.
lih!'ll ll!iun!lllii !l!lllllllllll!llllllllllllll!ll!lllllllllllllliliiiii::il!llliii!ii:i!lllllllllll(H
MRS. MENDEZ BOUND
OVER TO ttRAND JURY
Judge neons It. Craig today bound
over to the grand Jury Mr. Juaiia
Men de. ihigad with staallitg many
articles oi iur baudlMi in lh big
down town store by shoplifting
methods, in default of II on bund.
Mrs, Menu-' wan remanded to jail
Jose Menilfi! noii of Mm. Maudes, wua
ill neurit id fini custody.
"tfllm' (Inner, ohurgml with as
sault and bsKery, was Ulaeharged oy
Judge Ci.hr today, the court holding
a tufco of nimtaken Ideality, plt,idei
by Iho dqteuduiit. , .
The Best Part of a Good Meal
Is 4 tie Beverage You Drink witH It
Because of its smooth delightful taste and full rich flavor
The Beer of Quality
is preferred to all others by people who appreciate the best things in
life. Not only docs this beer give zest to the appetite and digestion,
but it makes the things you cat with it taste better.
Try Pabst Blue Ribbon with your luncheon today and order a
case sent home. The beer you prefer with your down town meal
is none too good for your home.
Bottled only at the brewery in crystal clear bottlee,
thawing at a glance that it i$ clean and pure.
Phono or tvrlto for a case.
The Meyer Co., Inc.
116-118 W. SHver Ave. Phane US Albuquerque, N. M