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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 7,1911.
TWO New Coal Yard I The New State Coal Yard C W. KUNZ, Prop. I is now ready for business. Guarantee Good Hand Screened Coal Prompt Delivery 2,000 Pounds to the Ton YardsFruit Ave. and Santa Fe R. R. Tracks. Phone 35 pull a majority for ISumum of 400 to O0, oordinu to the liumum men. The democrat and proitreilYe re Xut)li una refun lo concede this for mer republican troni(hold to Uur um and It la itnted on the h'tt of authority that II r. llurnum Mill get the Mir auriirlee of the campaign In Ban Miguel county. Sunt l County Itcpuhllcan, '200. Santa Ktj -The republicans dulm thla county for Murium hy SOU at the outxlde. While Governor Otero haa hard fljrht for ai-nator, the In l 1 h t lona are that he ia going to win. T. II. t'utron la making a deaperate fight and apt-ruling money like WHter but the atrength of the prnKreaaivea and democrats la growing and If Kan ta V county ahowa 200 for liumum It will be surprising. Kloial f-ounty -IcinocraUe, 10(. Hcrnallllo Pandoval county la torn wide open and turned upalda down and the democratic cam(ulgnra who have been through the county claim It by from 200 to ton. There la no doubt that Hamlovnl ha experienced a violent revolution and It la not a rash eatlmute to aay that it will go for McDonald by 100. Ilernalillo On in j Ik mocriillc, 1,0110. ncrnalllln county will give a ma jority for the lal and county tick ela which will be 1.000 At the loweat estimate and It may go an high n 1.200. TorraiM'f f'ouiilv Democratic, HMt. Kstanelu, The democrat are claiming thla county by 200. The situation la doubtful, but it la atifn to predict It will give a small demo cratic majority. The republican claim It by 200. 8a n Jimn Count) In iiichthiIi-, 200. N'armtnitton Four hundred ma jority for McDonald la a fulr rutlnintn for Han Juan county, iik the republi can ci.bccilc ll by 201. Iteports from over tb county Indicate grow. Ing Kirength for the denim ratio tick et and It may be a landslide. MiKlnl.y Cuunly Democratic, 200. liiillup The ilcmiicmlic-pt'iiKrea-alvu republican orKunlgiillon on the day before election fiuure that the revolt MgnltiKt l'nue it ml the IndlHmi. lion reaullltig from thu atti nipt to alriil th tductlon will run the Mc Donald majority up to 2o. The r publleana are abandoning I heir flrat claim of 150 for Huntum. Valencia romit) Itepiiblli'iin, 800, Helen Holoiiom I. una cIiiIiiih Vitl-rm-l, county for publication by , 100 for Duratim. llnonuh proureHt lepubllcana, however, are known to be In tlin county to cut llila cellmate, down to MM) at the otiliilite. Thla la ttie flrat year that a d.-h rinlncil flubl by the opposition has made serious Inroad In the republb an majority. kocoiio County Ui publican, Alio. fiocorro A generoim estlmat con cedes thla county lo HuMum by MM). Ileporla from tho Mogollon country, which la all agnlnnt Ituraiim, from MaMilalena, Hun Martini mid t Inc. where, with the dlvlHlon lure, nutkn Mr. Iiuraiim'a hold on hut home coun tv precarlim and democratic leader Torrca clalma It for Mi-liotiahl by I'tiO. Thla la the find year that .( arrli.ua fU'ht baa been nilnle nnd the opposition la strong, Merra County I cuioera lie, .too. Cutler Flcrra county will k' for Mclicnalil by at leuat .100, The wild est republican claim him only been for &u mujoiiiy for Uumuiii. Dona Ana Count) Democratic, 300. Iji ('nice . -Don Ana county baa erpi-rlenccrt the moat trcmoiuloiiH re volt aKaniHt boaxlNin In the territory and n a result liuramn cannot hoie to act a look In. The people have dei Hied that the domination of the ring represented by Holt nnd l.hnvcl Ivn must come to an en, and It will be a Innd.Hllde for Mcl Xiiiabl bv lit leant 300. tJiunt County Iii ioih imiIc, 000. filher City Six bumlr.d umjorllv for M'l"iiald In a r'uuimlli. callmaie In (iiant county, bnaed on fairly com preheushe repm ta trnni the vki'Ioim preclncta. V H. Amir. w It In mild, f-amn In hero Htid trleil to Indni e (be Chlno Copper company to I nl Kli ir their employee Into vol lm; for thn republii an ticket 1 1 in ml-si,,n, bins, ever, completely failed ami cvcrythiiiK Is fore McDonubl in thin county. San ta Ttlta, (Vntral, Hurley nm 'l,oid burg retiort tmllfiite tbt iliw,. , a profound proarearlt e ri-publlcnn aetitimcni in thla county which i. un billed wlih tho dcmix rude ot jua- DRIVE OUT THAT COLD Weck'g Urcuk-up-a-t'old Tablets m drive U ou ct your ayattin. fun tala no harvh rcmicii,, that ,,Blt the ayattua, but act gently. Chun-late-coated tahlcts, dcllciuu to the laate. Qtille din.riut rroiu the tin cuated (juiuille tableta. A quick re lief fur ii.Ua and l.a Crlj.jX'. Zi.Al All Albuquerque Drugguits. Your orders are solicited. We tlflea the abme democratic Ik ki t. eatimate for the I.tina Coiiiity DcniiM-ratlc, 350, I'emlng I. una county which haa alwaya been demoi ratlc by 10 to ISO, will turn up Ita normal majority with the additional aoino of (0 progrraalve republican votea. Taos Count) IM'iiiorratir, 200. Tana The revolt agalnat Malaulaa Maitlnex, thu amafh of the political bank and the general upheaval aanur rra a Mconul, ruajorlty of 200. The republican! have never claimed thla county by mote than 2S0. Ilio Arriba County Hepiiblii an, 300. H.uita 1'c Heporta from Hlo Ar riba county ahow that the republican majority will be cut down to a max imum of 300 and the activity of the democrata and progrraalvea will make the vote even cloaer.' ' 1-itr.i: kwd. Anxither allottment of very choice valley fruit land la now ready for dia trlbutlon. Vrtt Immediately to the Janth.i I'lantatlon Co.. ilbxk 104K, I'ittahurg, l'a , for application blanks. Tho only requirement l that live ncrea be planted In fruit treea within live yearn. Authorized Improvement companlea will plant the trees at rea aonabln prlcea, ami market the fruit for the ownera on ahnrca. Nov. 7-9-11-13-15-17. PIANO BUYERS ! Write NOW to The Knight-Camp, bell Music Co., Denver, Colo., for their llluatruted catalngue, price nnd terma, and bin ItMt of Bpeclal Ilnr galna In alUhlly used jilunoi and i'luyer-'Niinoa. Tliere la little danger from a cold or from an attack of the rlp except when followed by pneumonia, and thla never happen when Chamii.'i Inlri'a Cough Uemcdy la uacd. This remedy has won ita great reputation and exteiiKlVe Hale by Ita remarkable cure of cobla mill urlp nn.l can be rilled upon with Implicit confidence. Fur aula by all di alers. What Mr. Ervien Failed to Explain Melroae, N. M.. Nov, 6. Morning Journal, Albtiiiieriiie, Mr. Krvlen, cnmmlaHioner of pill. he IiiihIk, haa ntti iuptcil to reply to my article through the A ltniiucriiie cvenliiK paper. He ban not niiHwered my iiueatlona UN to why he did not tupped the lutiil and rf he drew hla vxpenaea for dnlhit ho. Li't Mr, Krvlen pU'UHe explain. H. A. J'iNKS. FOWLER'S MACHINE STUCK FAST IN MUD Kl, 1'ami, Tex., Nov. f..-- Tlie flvlng machine of Hubert l Kowicr In Ntuck In thii aaud at .Maalodon, N. M., where the niiinr alighted Sundav alh'rnoon niitt ri ltinca to be l.iuU. .1 Tin' aviator and In ihc-Ii.iiiI. Ihiih today went to the acetic und made the neccKMiry ri-pnlra with the expectation of Kiiwlcr being able to fly Into thin cltv, but owing to the Handy condition of the MiiNtudiin country, lliev were unalile to not the machine Into the air and returned to the city on the afti riiooii train. Fowler will mnko iitiolher attempt tomorrow to ai't the nun Tiitie up and riy Into i;i 1'ano, I .1. Hill a IMcgntc. St. I'm ill, Minn., Nov. n, Governor Fliirlmidl today appointed James J, Hill, a ilclcaate lo the National ;v cti and ll.-irbor emigres to be held at Washington December ti-S. V. C. Mi DO W I D Tlic Man Who Vowr llurunt any Hooks. NectU no Vindication ami Is AsaliiM the IIom- ami the Plunder I mid. Moke. Iiltu t.otornor of nv Mexico totlll). 1 lift ion i-ctiii'ii at and Cijitul oulslit. the Da-Uiiio i A s .. SEASON 11 IIS HEIGHT III QUAIL SHOOTING OPEN IN OF THE TURKEY EVERY STATE WILD NOW LEGITIMATE (gawUI rraMM la M.raiac JMraaai Washington, D. C. Nov. S. Nov ember marka the height of the hunt Ing season. Tmcking snow on the ground in the north permits moose and de.-r hunting to begin In earnest; upland game bird arP well grow, and the migration of waterfowl la al Ita heavbst. The chief Interest centers in the opening of the bunting aeason fot (luail. Every atate In which they are abundant, from New York to Neb raska and from Florida to Texas, opna Ita quail season this month, with the exception of Georgia, wlure the opening Is delayed until the first of December. The season Is already open in New Kngland. Michigan, and Minnesota, where quail are few, and in western states, whose quail differ from the bobwhite of the east. Knot em sportsmen may take the field from the first day of this month, ex cept In Deleware, Kentucky, Ohio, Kansas, South Carolina. Tennessee, 1iulHlann, and Oklahoma, where shoot, ?n begtra on the l.'.th, and In Indiana and Illinois, where It begin on the loth nnd llth, respectively. Next In Importance to the opening of the quill season Is the opening of wild turkey hunting1 In most of the states where turkeys are abundant. Arkansas. Arlmna. and Maryland have permitted turkey hunting since September, and In Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and Texas the opening ot thp season Is deferred until after the close of November; but In all other stMtea, from rennsylvanla to New Mexico, where the hunting of wild turkey Is a feature, the season open In November. Klght northern states which offer deer hunting, Vermont, Massachu setts, I'ennsylvanla, New Jersey, Wis consin, Minnesota and North and South Dakota open Reason in Nov ember, varylns; from five days to a month In length, and In the south deer hunting begins this month In Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Mis souri, Oklahoma, and Texas. October witnessed the opening of the ruffed grouse season In most of the states still affording good shoot ing, but Pennsylvania, where an un usually abundant supply la reported this year, open It season on the first of November. The shooting of waterfowl has been In progress throughout most of the l'nltod States for one or two months, but two Important ducklmt center of the east, the Susquehanna Flats, at tho head of Chesapeake bay, Maryland, and Currituck sound, North Carolina, have been closed to duck hunter until thl month. Duck shooting on the waters of New Jersey also op, ns In November. The hunting of black bears I not a general form of sport and In a few slates bounties are paid for their des truction. Several states, and three of those In which bear hunting I still a prominent sport, vlx, Michigan, Ixiulsiuna, and Mississippi, open thvlr bear seaaons In November. November witnesses also the clos ing of some Important seasons. Uy the " of the month deer hunting Is over In the north, except In Maine and New Hampshire. It may be fol lowed In the smr.h for additional per iods varying from one month In Louisiana and Texas to three months In Mississippi. In New York and every where in the west the deer Rea son Is closed by the beginning of November. Py the last of the month the prairie chicken season la over In every state In which these birds may yet be shot; nnd woodcock shooting; has ended in all northern states In which woodcock may yet he found In comparatively large number, though In the south the season continues open. Keports received by the IT. S. de partment of agriculture from various sources Indicate about fatalities, that accompany the hunting season, have occurred up to November 1. I lection return at the I'uxtlmei anil Crystal lonlulit. ' Two Popular Theaters Have Results of First State Election Thrown Upon Screen Tonight, The returns of the first stale election will be given In full at the Pastime ami Crystal the atres tonight, the management having made arrangement to this effect. All the details will be given and those who are de sireoua of learning who the hist governor of the state of New Mexico will be, will have the opportunity of tlnillng out at either the I'asllinc or Crystal tonight. MAINE DECIDES TO - RETAIN PROHIBITION Augusta, Maine., Nov. 6. Maine retains constitutional prohibition. Governor Vlalsted nn, his counsel late tnnU'ht decided to accept tho corrections In the vole of four towns, cast In the special election In Heptem her, thu reversing the result ns In dicated on the fine f the llrst offi cial returns. - I'.lcctltm return at ana Crjetal t"lii(ilil. tl latlnip hi ELECTION RETURNS menu hid PASTIME ' Why Yoa ShouId Vote for the Business The people of this county know Tollcarpio Arm -jo and M. R. Springer, reason will rr-ciett them today by These men took charge of a county plunged In financial ruin by Francisco Hubbell. They paid off from 120,009 to tii.OOO debt left by the regime of loot which t.inkrupted the county. No rent income had been used .In violation of law to pay the bill of the year before. The county wa "flat broke" and worse; It waa heavily in debt with out a thins to show for it except wreck and ruin. These commissioner took hold. Francisco's d- Vs. They paid off the ment of all Jel-ts up to date. They have reduced the levy for tell the hU'h-i't in history to 23. tS They have built two splendid new bridges across the Rio Grande at a cost of 'nearly J100.000; and in spite of the fact that bonds for these bridges must be carried, the tax levy is still four mills less than In Mr. Hubbell's time. . They have built doiena of mile of splendid permanent roadway, co-operating with the state engineer's office which has supervised the work. It has been done wisely and economically. They have built new school house, repaired the ruined one looted by Hubbellism and saved thousands of dollars yearly In the cost of the schools. They have secured honest road supervisors and eyery cent spent on roads may be traced In the public records. They have built ten miles of permanent flood proof dyke, preventing the flood which, under Hubbell, cost the farmer $10,000 damages at a stroke. They have completed a survey of the county, characterized by Mr. Hub bell' paper as one of the most Important public Improvement in the history of the county. They have enlarged and repaired the Jail and made It sanitary. They have established the credit of tho county as "A. 1." They have enabled the county for the first time in year to have full term of court. The monthly balances, cash on hand, run from $63,000 to $114,000. There Is a substantial balance In every county fund. We printed the figures the other day. They have assured honest county elections. They have been strictly non-partisan in their administration of thus public business. They have made their splendid financial showing In spite of the fact that a law passed in 1909 transferred the money from all city occupation licenses, eieept for saloons, to the city Instead of the county; causing a loss from the county general fund of some $2,000 a year. These commissioners have done many other things, coming under the head of honest business government. They have taken a wrecked county and made It prosperous; and their splendid work will be endorsed by the biggest vote ever polled In Hernnllllo county. DEMOCRATS CLAIM FOSS IS CONFiDEN DOfJft HII By IF IE-ELECT! SAFE VOTE Majority of From Three to Five Hundred Confidently Predicted; Gang Candi dates A If Have Records rRpertuI rtiatrh tn thu Moraine Journsll La Cruces, N. M., Nov. 6. The democratic county central committee this afternoon Issued a statement In which the county of Dona Ana Is claimed for the democratic state and county ticket by majorities estimated at from thre to five hundred. The statement ia made following a com- lete canvass of the county and Is be lieved to be conservative. The republican machine haa labor ed long and hard here, sending per sonal worker to almost every voter. Ihe people, however, have tired of liofs rule and It Is not believed that the machine, emissaries have accom plished anything but harm for their cause. There is little opposition to the "bine ballot" here anil it Is gener ally believed that the majority for the ratification of the easier amendment feature will be greater than that roll ed up for the candidate. The record of the men on the re publican ticket are ugalnst them nnd It Is believed that this cause alone will be sufficient to insure their de feat. Herbert B. Holt, candidate for the state Semite, is regarded as particu larly vulnerable owing to his connec tion with the "solid seventeen" in the legislature of 1907, which was re sponsible, for the defeat of the 3-cent fare bill. Asked concerning hla atti tude on thla measure, Mr. Holt Is said to have replied: "Ita passage would have caused trouble In the par ty." thus, it would seem putting the Interest of hla party uhove that of his constituents. Mr. Holt's official conduct while serving as treasurer of the hoard of resents of the Agri cultural college here Is also sharply criticised, as la also his connection with the Deming bind deal. W. II. H. Llewellyn, who now Is a candidate for the legislature on the same ticket with Mr. Holt last fall. roasted that gentleman somewhat se verely lust fall during the constitu tional campaign. His utterance then are being contrasted with those made raecntly and this has not helped Mr. Holt nnv. Isldoro Armtjo, candidate for coun ty clerk on the gang ticket, Is not re garded a a particularly strong cltl en. He ha held his present office for twelve years ami Is firmly con vinced that the people owe it to him to make It an even seventeen. Mr. Armijn'a connection with the Dona Ann Mend colony land grant has not helped him any with the people. While (n charge of the grunt he Is said to have sold some of the land ut a remarkably low figure. The record of the men on the re publican ticket are so generally known that It I safe to predict that there will be some weeping and wall ing when the votes are counted. SisTctary Sue I'or ."0.onil. New York, Nov. 6. Suit for JfiO.POfl was brought today against the execu tors of the estate of the late Mrs. t'harles T. Yerkes by Miss Mnry A. Flly.patrlck, once secretary of Mrs. Verkes. 1 To the complaint 1 attached an agreement alleged to have been sign ed by Mrs. Yerkes, promising to mv to SIlss Fltjiputrick the amount ued for "as compensation for valuable ferries rendered a private secretary atvl other capacities," Commissioners the splendid record of Alfred Grunsfeld, as county commissioner and for that overwhelming majorities. bills had been paid for a year, the cur They borrowed money and paid off loans. They gradually brought the pay county purpose from 27 mills under Hub- mills in the present year. Massachusetts Executive Pre dicts Majority Will Total 55,000; His Opponent Just As Confident;, By Morning Journal Special Leased Wire.. Boston, Nov. 6. Governor Eugene N. boss tonight predicted his re election tomorrow by 56,000 major ity, while his republican opponent, Lieutenant Governor Lewis A. 'rothlngham, declared that lie, on the other hand, would carry every county but Suffolk. Massachusetts voters will elect other stute officers and a new legislature tomorrow. Tn Boston the voters ulso will de cide whether there shall be an elec tion for mayor two months hence, which means practically whether there shall be a chance to recull Mayor John F. Fitzgerald, who was elected in January, 1910, for four years. STATE iKSt'KH IXYOIA T.l ' IX XEV YORK STATE New York, Nov. fi. The state is sues to bo decided at the elections In New York state tomorrow are whether the present democratic con trol of the lower house of the legis lature shall be continued; whether the salary of the governor shall be Increased from $10,000 to $20,000 and that of state legislators be doubled and whether the state shall be bond ed for $19,800,000 for the construc tion of barge canal terminals. The one sensation of the campaign In New York city has been a scandal attending the nomination of Willelt as candidate for the supreme court bench In the Long Island district. The fuslonlsts and the regular dem ocratic organizations both predicted victory tonight by largo majorities. NEBRASKA TO ELECT XEW Sl'I'KEME COIRT. Omaha. Neh Nov. fi. Political leaders of Nebraska tonight express ed themselves as satisfied with con dttlons but had no prediction to make on tomorrow s election. Only university repents, railway commissioners and supreme court Judges are to be elected on the state ticket. A congressional vacancy in Fruit Cake (Aecfp hy Mr: Mary J. Lincoln) JIlx four cups sifted pastry nour, one evel teaspoon soda, two level tenspoons nixed spice (except claves), one-fourth evel teaspoon salt and two cups seeded '.nd quartered raisins. Add also one mlf cup nuts chopped flne, If you like. Blend one-half cup Cottulene with one oup brown sugar and one cup white lugar, add one cup molasses, one. cup milk and then the flour mixture. Beat well and bake In two pans. You will find this fruit cake a VrU moist, flavorv a any you ever made with butter. You save something tm y using Cottolcue the perfect shorten' BALDRIDGE LUMBER COMPANY Paints, Glass, Cement, Roofing and Builder's Supplies. A COVE i Moore Range Talk No. 4 I Glass Oven Door- t Aluminized Day- j J 5?Siiiijiiiw3 joe o.e , uoor, ,ne cake is aVf4 from falling , J J The MOORE oven Is aluminized and is perfectly light, makins trn me iur corners visuue ai purities escape the view, and sanitary conditions are assure,! Besides all the foreuoing features, the MOORE range has A I 1.1 ..-l.i..V. 1,. ... I- n.iu-.Aviiii K.u, n,iiv.ii i .-.i, usviui iii cooaing cereals, oysters, milk etc., which are so apt to scorch; the Simmering Lid for small vej! seis; me I'.roiier l-ltt, which is the Duplex Grate for wood or almost double the heating surface for your water tank. This is the last of the series of ads on the MOORE It A NCR. we S extend you a cordial limitation to call and see the rang? itself. Even if you don't need a range and don't contemplate buving one . ! shall nevertheless, take great pleasure in explaining the MOorf von ttprfinmi 1 1 V Wo it'.... ...... -.,,.11-.. :j V . . " .v... 3 ".v.. ...uu if. laugc ll'lisi! To Out-of-Town We wish to establish an agency for MOORE RANGES in even city and town in New Mexico. Write for terms. We place them with only one dealer in a town Welt t...i,i.- ...,.i . .v, . ,.. ,. 1 ency In your loealltv. 1- . ii. THE KAPPLE (Successors to tlio THK MOOKKA Ql'AI.ITY HAXC.K. WITH I'XIQl'K SVK. CIAL FKATIKIX the third district, however, necessi tates congressional election in that district. Omaha and South Omaha electors will vote on the proposition of con solidating the two cities In the cor poration of Omaha. COXGHESSIOXAIi I'K.HT FE ATI' RES KAXSXS EIJTTIOX Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 6. With a closing- speech by Governor W. It. Stubbs of Kansas in favor of the can didacy of Ulysses S. Guyer, the re publican nominee, the contest in the second Kansas district for the seat in congress made vacant by the death of the late A. C. Mitchell, closed to nieht. National Interest has been Inject ed, into the campaign by the presence or vv 1 1 1 1 a ro j. nrviui H nil rieiine, Clark, both of whom spoke for tho democratic candidate, Joseph a. Ta.?- gari. Mr. Tau'gnrt Is at present prosecut ing attorney of Wyandotte countv and Mr. Guver formally was mayor of Kansas City. OI)lS FAVOR I'OTUII'K IV ItllOJlE :. i Nov. INI. AM) . - iiVls rrovidence, 1 Auction Sale of the Season On November the Cttli and 1 1th, licKlimliur promptly ' lit 2:80 p. in. cncli afternoon, nt lll-IIH South 3rd street. 1 will sell at Auction, the ele Riint furnishings of fourlcen rooms. These furnisliiiiRs consist . of every thing necessary to furnish rooms well. This furniture Is sanitary ami up-to-date. U't those that need furniture save tlielr money for this x-caslnu, rr It i'l he an opportunity to buy tcoixl furniture cheap. Walt-It the upors. J. M. SOLLIE Auctioneer HEALTHSEEKERS The place you have hcen looking for, a ranch hoarding house for Incipient and convalescent tubercular , i.su i,.t f.r silver Citv, altitude 6,11011 feet, home cookins, Hleenlntr porches, fireplace in en J room, plenty of nh.-ule, no dust; terms rcimonable. Write us for fu" I particulars and pictures. , ( . I t)lv t.ltf) l' It tvrir T.-1....W. v i Montezuma Trust Company ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO Capital and Surplus, $ 1 00,000. INTEREST ALLOWED ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS Oak and Maple Polished Flooring Builders Supplies Albuquerque Lumber Co., 423 N 1st St I HIHhJ Light Sanitary Oven ! ' In-viuly we have d.Tj Out TilHo Construction Hot Blast KverlaMins i in. 1 1 crnH.i.M-i.T, i iK rmom, r j Through years of exp,rim,m. ing, the Moore have had ier(W, a quality of plate glass which wqi J withstand any heat, and the plat!, j In oe weu uoor are absolute, ' fumnmcru noi 10 ureas. ir,.m heal The value of a glass door oven is very apparent, making it unnecet J sary to open the door in order to see how the bakin? is coming on. This saves heat which would otherwise be lost bv "ijcninj th. door, and when heattig savei fW is saved, nesioes. py not nn..;.. .1 v. j... " . "cw.ni, n an times. In this way no dust or im. the so handy for toasting, broil litis, etc. coal: the L Water Heater which gives itrunte mtr epieuuiu progress That ut IIOU. Dealers ..i.u n-iuit me exclusive ag FUR Futrrlle Furniture Co.) 313-15 W. Central Albuquerque. N. M. tonight favored the re-election Governor Aram J. I'othicr, repuM can over Lewis A. Waterman, dm crut, tomorrow. Shctcct Ifcuitiifl Get the Original and Genub liORLICK'S MALTED MILK The Food-drink for All tm For Infants, Invalids, and Growing chlfe . , . , - l I I 1 rurerSutriUon.upbuJdmgthewholebooi'.! Invigorates the nursing tiKaheranuilicageii Rich milk, mailed grain, in powder fonr. A quick lunch prepared in a mmatcll Take no substitute. Ask for HCKLICOj tint ilnu MT Mr Tr.mil Safety RazorBlades Ketharpened CC "Good at New- Many ST Better u2u 140.000 satisfied rnitnmem find that blades resharpened by Keenedgt Elec tric Process give beder r".;i service than new blades f Send iddrpM (of conwileM t.a mailin? wrapper. L.i 1 KFKNtDCfc CO. r 1 Kintdce Bids, Chicaio t"""f Or Urc Voul BMel wtii WILLIAMS DRUG CO. We handle, all kinds safety rao Blue Front 117 W. Centf ALBUQUERQUE TAXI LINE JDakey Clifford, Prop. Rates same as Hacks. Stand At Sturges Hotel I'liones 193 and ! J HEl nil ii'iii'j ' 4,4.J.J.ttt1 .., 1 1 i mi 1 1 1 tt