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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1911.
TWO WHOLE D EMOGRATIG! STATE TICKET ELECTED B. ' (Cnntlnae.1 r.ro Vg 11 lifmwriilo tii k t have carth-d I'nioii county l.v n;i ri'ic .f from V tn SO. I'nion "ur:y elected two il nm- ratio representatives t majorities of from 18 to nl 'v- 1 "- did,!. In the shoe. mm, district of 1'nlon and Ch counties a major Ity. Th dcnioi r ttto county t Wet la a!o elected, with the veptlon of the candidate for .!riff and school jupt rlntendenl. J. O. Slack, for a'ale senator for the Colfat-l'nlon tll-HM, una cleittd by a imull majority. OTERO. fTKIU (OIATT UfMS MUOIUTV Hlt M M)I.II AlamoKordo, N. M.. Nov. 9. Alum! complete returns me a majority of ) J for McIoniil,t In niero county. The county Id ki t In divided, Charles I'. Ixiwiin, the republican catidliliitt for In e:iture In ecte.l. ROOSEVELT. nooHi.vn.T .m oi.u mm: in mki i majop.itv Portal, X. M , Nov. . -With two prcclncta still In hmr from Home, velt rounty fives Mi liona'd a ma jority of 90. It pw I t thnt the mtaalna; preetni I will mint" She ins Jortty to 1. 000. The state and t utility candidates all Itavo majorlllra ap proximately the asnie Ma th Kovern or, th only xoeptlon to this helm; Tor the offle of aherlff, where th republican candidate i .ti SANTA FE. KANT l? tl TV HHl iiiiim h iiv two hi oiu n Hants. Fe, X. M, Nov. I ,Snl Fe county will lv a malorlty of front two to Ihrei. hundred for Huraiim and elect the entire republican state nml county ticket. Pank.y, for th atute senate, olnlius a majority of 300 ovtr Otero. RIO ARRIBA. MO AlUUItl 111 PI HMCAV IIV I M Al, MUOIUTY Tlerm Amanita, Nov. S-Daied on rHuma received from nln precinct, Pursum anil the entire republican plate nnd county tl. kit will have a majority of bctaeen 500 and too. SIERRA. M lM) i.i i f : is iiv ui'MMirit iv Mi im Hllli-boro, X. M., Nov. S-Vlth three democratic precinct to hear from, Mi'tHmalil lends In ecrra coun ty by Th ilnnot-ratlr majority in thla county will roach when the full vntp I counted. The dittiocrula made a clcsin i l of Ihu comity ticket M'KINLEY. Sl RIM.irV ItH NTV rgiM i v nivinn Oallup, K. M., Nov. 9- licturna from every proclm t In the county how a majority for Pttramn of 78, Cirraory I'liao, rtpul'llnm camlldntr for the atatfl aciiatc, clalma hl dec Hon by 25, hut thcra la likely to he a contoat, IHfialltlia hcltiK alleecd In aeveriil (if the proclncta. At thi Heat Pn mine, It la aald a llttl colored hoy offlrlattd aa one of U Juditea. In another preilmt onu of thu cnndl dutea for county cntnmlaaloner wna t lwtlon Jul and rn c'.vivl volea until ha wit driven off hy the ntiRry proteata of tlm cltUeti. In the Nav ajo mlnp tho election waa run until 1 o'clock with only two Judma, On protest of the democratic challenuer. thcae two men, ahortlv after 1 o'clock Went out and aecured a third mini o acted until the polla elided Tlie third nuin aa not elected hy the electort priectit aa the U rciiulrea ltT t.lVIM M lMiWII TWO III MH;i l M UlHlll V at... N" M , Nov. .- Tlie cltv of liatun (ttvca Mi lionahl a majority of !J. It la ar netitlly coiiiedi d hei t!,at thu democratic candidate for ("otimr will have a majority of 400 !! thia county. H. U I'n klcv, demo cntic nindulit.. Tor the alute aniate. l lli fi nte.1 hy a few Notes. Ts Mitovi; itm nrnsi m AMi MU.(jllS MIU1M7. Tain. X. M ,, Nov. K Kllteen out of twenty -ope pre. In. !, in Tuna conn ly Khe HurMini mujorlty of i4 5. The l.alani of the r-puhllcan atate nml county to kit K..,-a CirmiKh hy m-iliirltiea uiern.oii; ,,tHut Sim). Mai a.iui.o, M.iM.k, t iul.i. o ii canili date fur S u i -int s.u.rnor. reitlv- eil a majority or 4 . Xoilomun fm lit.tni't JuiUc, fee. ivod :".i) majority. SAN MIGUEL, kN iir.l I I. cn vr STIUIVt.l.V III 11 hi ic I .as Vegas. X. M Xt . . Forty out of the filly-three pr.a loots in S',in Miguel county en,, tin,-,,,,,, a mal-irity of 674. The preciru t y,t to hear irom are su nll and It In tun that thev Mill iiiniirmlh chuiiKe the res, ill although th,. Hurmim majonlv will pro), ah!) be Increased be ul.out a hundred. In Kust Iwis Vegas Mc Doiuiid r.iln-d a majority of l:v DONA ANA. HON AN MUMA till PS M IK)X M It K I, XI .I(H1ITY Ijis '1 111 eS V M., .it. V Il IS still Impiisslblr to eu I!,,, , xncl le. suit In iKioa Xua i o'.ini- except for Kiveernor. Mclionn!d leeched a ma Jolltv of p x. Mi.igan l.lewelho. the demiii l atli- candidate for district sttormv. cm lie, l the (onniv b iv Kdwst-1 1. M-iliir, Ihe re'u! Hcall undid ate fur disirt, t Judge, won t v vrr two hundred majority: while JJor.no and W, IL H. Uiwylljn, te- OVER piir'liana. were e!c td to th Ti.u. Ht rt-ert II. Holt, rrpul liian i-andiiUte fir the state a fate. !uima hia cle.--tn by to iii'. Thla claim will t r.l:leled t'V the drioocrata. Ji..lnit Tr..m the ser.ersl relurna. it in Uiie-.c-l that I' e haUnc of the ri-put'l'c.in ! u- ti-kt la eleeteil. Ti e hlKhest I di mii T.it ele. led had a nii..riiy of I. while the high est ri -puMii an ha.) "t. Tlie courier I i ame intereated In the close fieht at home that the aiate nffn er w ere ne!-ct- d anil poaiiive Inforioa tion aa i roi -t "f the i aioliilalea on tile dial., to k--t in alill hf kin. SOCORRO. MHDI'.lUt I'.l I't IU lt i tv nv too S.eN.rro N. SI.. Nov. . With a few am.ili pr.ilrot in the western portion of flip county to hear from, the nianaa.ra of the I'.uraum cm pAitfn in thU courtv liaim that the rriMihlictin candidate for governor will have a majority of 7'a. This claim i ,)Ltutid ly the democrat who IiihIkI that the riturna from the mountain pr-''lr.ei will reduce the Hura.im m.ijordv to ulniut . The repuid.i ana rlaim thi. election of a mali.rltv of the men on the'r county ticket. It i conceded that Mm Mon toya, for tie. in r. iieiijamm Han clii n for n hool aoperlntendi nt, and Kmil J.imea tor aherlff. have hern doited on the democratic tl' kit. QUAY. ii:mo it i n m kit Mll.l l VI AV Xl VTV Tui umcari, .. Si., Nm. 'Iweiuy clKht out ot the tlnrt-iuur precinclil ot tuay county giu th lollowuig V Ot . t cruUHnol ( drill I ....... . I or ( oocri'iiuiii Valvenle. tilellll l urry, irepi Kltixo ! a inpi II. ii, i a, laoi i t'uttinx, taoci . . i. on ,.1.01 , Hi . . 1 . 311 ,. HO l or l.mcriior. M. lion.ild, limn) l.QTt ISuiaiim, ireil i4'i lilvera, laoci J I or I o iiii iiant t.incrnor I m I iit. I. ( il e 111 I Marline. I u p) , . . , Uu'lu.inl, (hoc) I or M-crwury of ht. I.uicro, Idem).,.. in in, trip t , , . i.o;4 . no .1,S3 ... a .. U ... 1.073 ... lUI ... ,. .1,071 Cameron, taoc) lor Male Auditor. Dcltiailo, (ilein) RiiiKHit, (rep) Uore, (hoc) I or Male I leuiiii er. Marron, (item i .Miruliil, (rep) i1 1 luialain, Ism) ii.ii l or Ailorne) (,i ocral. Mi dill. (Uemi l.49 t'laniy, (rep) i2 Mi UoiiiiIu. A. J , ("oi l 3zt I or hiiia rlulciiiH nl til l uPlli- In- clriic-llitit. White, (drill) 1.05S mi imp, (repi iM Mne, lii'iil " l or laud ( oiiiiiiUiloocr. Kincraon, (ilein I . , i:nlcn, (rep) Tharp, (Hoc.) I or Ju-licc of the Hiirkluiit, tileiui.. Dunn, (di'inl Manna, liuol .1,05 4 .. 715 . . a: j Court. . . i.ia . . 1,100 . . 1.060 . . 71'il . . 74 . . "4ii huprcnio Parker, (rep) ItoiiertH, (lepl Ul litlit. I rep) I or I'm iMirulloti I oioiul-i-liuicr. ilw.n. (ilein.) 1,0111 Marline, (item.) 1,103 Van Stone, ( pro) 1,064 A mil Jo, trip) . . . Wlllliima. (rep), firmea, (ripi... 709 73 a 8K1 3 OS 303 309 lloliioa, (hoc) SUtciuf. (aoc) NtaKaa, (hoc) I Ir PUtrh t Jult:. l.hh. (dunl llollomaii. (rep) I ir IHslrlct Attorn. ) Saxton, idiiml .1.057 . 43 .1.133 . 747 lielllley, (rep) The di inoi tntlc county ticket in quay a elected with majorillea thai a el an i ij 'i ,i a. THE'INSIOEIU'IS Fourth Bien 'rcscntatiifn of Clcc: ss Pleases An- other Laii'.o lloufc, With nil ev.li larger house :m, even better show, if posnl-lo. ' '1 In "I naldi' I nil" w as pt a 'ented ! theater last liir.ht for the ; u i n -. Such la the r.. vieni coiis-ru, :..n i , the tlehrl.tful co'iie.ly. ih.i' I; i .1 . , long in p.ildie l.ivor. 1 i..r,o. r,-. j vised (or the second p'-vM-ntain n in I this ilti, . t..lr the auspices of tin' Kind Is ii'' Ci.lii.ubiis. It I roved a m,! treat to fi, alcr-::.iers and took ire iiieiiilnur.il. as do ail allows put on here il ii I r th,. ultecluui o! Jm Itf.-n. who Is the undsutetl prince of show pi, ., lit cs. Psp. ci il'y well c.i't was the nasi I'd i lit prodii. t Ion Willi an txcclletit chorus atni with special fielllc efl'eil. and prelty coaiun.lng, the bre. r y musical comedy took on real pnTes sii.ii,.I airs. The aoiig numbers were low and well rendered and the show as ,i whole an utuiiuilifli d success. I niiliuvr Kllbsl In Wr.i t. llclin.i, Mont., Nov. I. A riv k slide at Hrewer. thirty miles cast of Hi lena, caused the derailment of Northern Pacific passenger train No, I fi today. The enalne turned com pletely oxer and Knglneer Marcinn Morse, of thia dtv, was o badly scalded that ht prohalily will .lie Four cars left the track. No passcn ueis were Injured. Asylum pHticiu Niii.i.',i-. Matshiie'id, Wis., Nov. 9 - Frank Getmti);er. a patient nl the Wood ci unit asylum for chronic Insane, i 'Ui'initted sulfide to.iny Vy ttirow mg himself head first Into the fin Inn under the B'llum boiler. II,. suffer- d (rum a delusion that he was a di vine tuing and was "hunting for the dei II." Conkcy's Mango ami lMemor Itemi-dle. I'rall s iog Ills. tilt, great f.MKl and regulator lor hgH, r V. Ivc, 2U West Ivnl au'iiuc. Plume !. RECORD BREAKER NEW LORD MAYOR INDUCTED INTO OFFICE Premier Asqulth Speaking at London Banquet in Honor of Event, Defir.es Great Britain's Foreign Policy. i (Rr Moratac Jearaal ae)al !! Wlra l lioliilon, Nov. . A new lora may or of Iondon, Sir Thomas Hoof Croahy. M. I).. aa inducted Into of fice, and at the lord a mayor banquet lonljiht premier Aaquith made hl fourth auccesaivp apeech In honor of audi an occasion. The prune minister irave a dear ex poaltuin of Creat Prilaln'i foreign )olii y The Moroccan agreement waa the topic and it furnished a aper ial opportunity, the premier' remarks coiuliiK oiportunely ua a reply to the speech of the Imperial Herman chan cellor In the HelchataH(f today. "The settlement of the o,iiestlon Involved," sold the prime minister, "la a relief to Europe for it removes perhaps the tffeatcM ohatacle to the rmooth workinif of Kuropean diplo macy. Our gratification at the re sult la none the leas profound and slncera hecause we have heen aus pected In IrreKponalhle quarters of luoklnK coldly upon the iicKotlutlona, mill even of a dinpoNltion to hamper their success. "Xothinif cun he farther from the truth. "There Is ii,, secret ahout cither the alum or the methods of ltrltlxh pol icy. Where lirlilah intereat are In volved it la our husincJ'S to sarexuurd them. Where we have t-Htahllshed friendahlpa and utiilerstandinti we seek to maintain them lojally and In tact. Hut our friendship are neither exclusive or Jealous. We have , no cause " quarrel with any nation. Nor, with such it hlatory und such un empire us our own, have we nny dis position to curtail or fetter the nat ural and legitimate aspirations of others." Mr. Asiiilth referring to China, said that the ilrilian government had no Ueaire and no disposition to Interfere with Internal affairs of that country. The government would res trict Ita course to protect the lives and property of its subjects.. lie emphasized Great Hritain's neu trality In the Turko-ltallaii war, ad ding that the government desired to co-oporalo with the other powers on (he question of mediation, which was very different from intervention, but It was useless tn make proposals which wort) known to be unacceptable to i-l her belligerent power. Winston Hpincer Churchill. In his first speech for the navy, aa llrst lord of the admiralty, promised a reduc tion of the present abnormal expendi tures, without compromising mitlonul security. It would be affectation, he ajiiil, to pretend that the sudden nnd rapid growth of the German navy was not the main factor in GrCat lirltaln's vast expenditure. Hut the limit of German expansion, s(il, Mr. Churchill, would he reached. "lUillilIng will be reduced one-half by the operation of the naval law. The mere observance of that law, without Increase, would make the world breathe more freely and all nations enter upon a more trustful nnd more genial climate of opinion, nil the other hand, If the vast pro gram of the powers should he swol len ly new expansions. Great Krlt- aln. of el' nations, would best be able to bear the (train and would be last to r j:i at the cull i f duly." Pi i c-i Hlntho Gin ncr (h riitcil I'pon ' WnyMnc ton. Nov. - Itcon'sciitii thr ,1. X. Cirner. of Texas, was oper at 'it ti j on lor ap. en'il' ltis at George i V. .'siiitmlon I'nKcrslty hospital to ur lit He war. stricken Hoddenlv two , lioiits P. fore. At (he liptla late tn- n't .hi It was Mated that Mr. Garner I , as l a tlyin r i Idly . hinp nnimni ti nn.r mn m I W f I V Is ts. J Her Miserable Experience For More Than Four Months En ables Her to Appreciate Good Health. Dry Itldge, Ky. "I nm so happy,'' writes Sirs, l.di:i Powell, from this place, "to be well. I was so poorly that I von almost dead. I had a pain in my left sole. My stomach was weak, and I was Just a skeleton! Our family doctor treated me for four months, hut t did not get nny better. 1 h id heard so much about Cardiit. the woman's tonic, that I thought 1 oiild git It a trixi iv I am thank ful for the wonderful help 1 have re ceived from It. 1 believe if 1 had not taken Cardul, 1 would have been dead or crasy now. My health is very much improved. When 1 commenced to lake Cardul I cvuld hardly walk across the room. Now I can walk tour miles and do my work wtth a great deal more rase 1 will ahvata recommend Cardul to all suffering Women. 1 owe my life and health to Cardni. and I cannot praise It eiioiiuli tor the good it has done me." Cardul has a record of more than ,ol tears' success as a medicine a tonic - tor wiak. tiled, worn. out w omen. Suppose you trv It, li w III helu tcu, X. It. Write to: Indus' Advisory lHt Chattaloxiua Medicine Co., Chattanooga, .. Tcnn , for Special In. sT riietnuis, and HI -page book, "Home Treatment lor Women.'' p,tni in plain wrappvr. on re'iutst. IS i 1 Xcnce of M th.d ti-r. Mi 'tins." None s h.rtta fien that the r.guutr aanu.,1 me!:ig of the stock holders of the lb -me ju nd anfl Loan ionipanv of Alt'ioiuer-iue, New Mex-ii-o. win' be h- 'il "t !!lr "ffice of the tai.f compap.;.. reou .'. Siern Hldg.. Allimiueriiue. N. M . a: 2 clo-k p. in. Jlunav, .N.neini . r :"th. ltl. ' W. C. ' iKSTUKICH. Attest: 1'r. Ldent. W.l. K, A. GIKKKK, Sii rcia r Scrton. Trouble is I'caml. Winnipeg. Vac. Nov. . Fernle and other coal mining towns are stil! calling for noire special constables. Today Chief SUtkie of Calgary, sent sig men there an. I more are to follow Height, f-'triking miners it Is sulci maintained a threatening atti tude and there is ore or less dis order. The m-n object to the Im portation of strikebreakers. T TUNNEL Fatal Accident at San Francis co Dry Dock; Victims Were Plumbers Engaged in Repair ing Tank Ship, Rt Msralag JaarmaJ oetel I VTIrs I inn Francisco. Nov. . Two men wcr killed und two seriously burned at the Hunters P int dry dock here lute today In an explosion of gas in an exhaust tunnel. The dead: W1I.UA.M KKAGAX. laborer. VAN AlVKKN. laborer. John liui,,,, iier. .lock superintend ent, und x lahon r was injured. Th llrllisli lank ship Mma P.rea was In the dm V. but was nm damag ed. The two ii. en killed had descend ed Into the exhaust tunnel, which is S huge pipe and the others were en tering the manhole to repair n tit ling when the explosion, believed to have heen caused by an ncciiiiiula tioti of gas In the tunnel, m a urreii. NEV1TABLE ATTACK 0! REBELS (Continued IVom Pago One.) They have replied to the viceroy thnt aiicn a proclamation as was re quested was a matter for the diplo matic body, but expressed the opin ion that it was not desirable that fur ther troops enter the Interdicted area. This attitude of the consuls was com municated to General Chang. rilTIT.N AMI-'UICAN AHSIIU'S M-RXK Washington, Nov. 9. There are fifteen American vessels now in Chin ese waters looking after the Welfare of foreigners, und four more are on their way, nccordinir to an announce ment loilay hy Secretary of the Navy Meyer. Ttie supplv ship, "Supply." Is due to arrive at Shanghai tomorrow and the monitor Monterey, cruiser Saratoga, and gunboat Qulros are now etiroute for Chinese waters from the Thiliiine. Other vessels upon the scene under the command of Head Admiral Mur dock. commander-in-chief of the Asi atic fleet, are us follows: Shanghai Cruisers Ilalnbow and Albany and Collier Nanshan; Chin King: Torpedo boat destroyer Deca tur Nan King Cruiser New Orleans, gunboat K. Cuno end torpedo boat destroyer Harry; Wu liu Torpedo limit destroyer I "ale; Hankow Gun boat Heliniir Yow Chow Gunboat Villa Indies; l-Chang Gunboat Sa mara: Kong Kong Gunboat Coluo; Ssntiill Illinium! VV'li,olr,iT,,.n I...... j Chow -Tender Pompeii und Destroy er luunnridge. Admiral M unlock in his report of the capture ,nf the important port of Koo chow, says there was only a slight engagement at that place to day, and that th officials fled leav ing th,, city In the possession 0f the revolutionists. At Nan King the fighting continues In a desultory way. according to Ad miral .Murdock. He had landed a force of marines and blue jackets from the New Orleans to protect Americans and the consulate. HKiti i s i'iidium: it ST.ll: OIT KlXfi Nan King, Nov. 9., (7:H) a. m. The night passed without incident ex cept for demonstrations by tile re formers who wore endeavoring to draw ih, (Ire of the entrenched Im perialists and induce a waste of m perlnllsts and Induce a waste of ammu nition. It looks now as if the situa tion mtirht become a waiting game In which (lie Manchus may be starved out and their loyalty put to the test. The revolutionist apparently are not organized or experienced, and an at tack In force would mean terrible slaughter. A SIH K l M-r HIVFSF. PKl MII H Washington, Nov. St. Confirma tion of the election yesterd iv of Yuan Shi Kal as premier, was received to night at the state department from the American legation at P. kin. The dispatch suvs It Is thniMfni whether Yuan Shi Kal will accept the post and ilea, rlbe the sentiment n Pekln as panicky. The, Hankow railroad is reported broken near Cheng Ting, where fitrhting is going on. Consul Hakcr telegraphed from Hankow that at latest reports I Chuiig ?(. threatened by coolie mar auders. Their lawlessness is said to have made the river journey unsafe. Ke-Vugees lire leaving Chung King where, according to a report from the liritish consul, there Is danger of rohbeis. DFMI.Il Til T "OVIST 0XTK-MPIV'rs I I H;ilT Tendon, Xov. . , ivkln dis patch to the Times says that Prince Si! of the board of dependent and x-chirf of the naval department, denies that the court contemplates fliuht He places confidence in Yuan Shi Kai and Is convinced that the issue In Pekin will bp bloodless. A Hong Kong dispatch to the Times says It Is learned that all the provlneei, will tie taken by rebel, X. tcpt Ho an. which will be left alone cut of respect to Tfunn Shi Kal. mm BLOWS UP: 10 ARE KILLED If MARR ED SIXf I MONTHS GUILTY DFASSAULT Paul Ross Convicted By Jury in District Court of Ravishing Little Girl; Clemency is Rec ommended. After being; out for exactly one hour an.1 five minutes, the Jury In the rase of th territory of New Mexico against Paul Ross, charged with rav Irhlng little Josephita Gutlerret. on the evening of September 30. return ed Into court a verdict of guilty, but recommended the young man to the lenient y of the court. The cas which was thought to be nearly finished on Wednesday at the time of adjournment, dragged Itself slowly to a close at ten minutes after three yesterday afternoon when Judge Abbott having delivered his charge to the Jury they retired to the jury room to consider their verdlc Most of the day yesterday was tak en up in the direct and cross-examination of the defendant. He went on the stand shortly after the opening of court and was on the stand most of the morning. lie told a story that apparently made no Impression whatever upon the jury. While a young man and married but six months, he told of moral turpitude that shocked every' rpectator ill the court room. His evi dence with regard to the olfunse for w hich he was on tilul. was to the ef fect that Ihe little girl had voluntar ily come to his house at the time the crime wiir ulh ged to have been ct m mitted and tempted him v ith words, pastures and actions that overpower ed his sense of propriety. In other words, the old story of Adam. "The woman tempted nic, and I did eat," was recited anew. Previously to this however. Dr. CarUvright, who made the physical examination of the prosecutrix two days after the occurrence, showed just what was tho condition of the lit tle girl, end was In strict contradic tion to the story of the defendant. I toss Insisted that they had, at one time, been sweethearts, and thnt af ter his marriage rhe was mad at him and did all this to get him Into trouble. The demeanor of the prosecutrix upon the stand was that of a most modest little maid, and gave no in dication of the thoughts and words that were Imputed to her by the tes timony of the defense. The addresses to the Jury were made by Assistant District Attorney Michael Mcdulnness, Attorney Mo desto C. Ortiz for the defense, and District Attorney Klock. Mr. Kloek's final argument was a soatchlng ar raignment of the defendant, and his audacity In tolling the story on the stnnd that he did. In closing Mr. Klock asked the jury to find for the territory upon the evidence of Dr. Cartwright If r.ti nothing else. He was, however, generous towards the defendant when he told the Jury If they believed one quarter of the story of the defendant to acquit him. Although preserving an exterior of indifference during the. trial, Ross lost his sung froi.l during the prose cuting attorney's closing remarks. At times he would drop his head on his arm, and all the time during the ad dress he chewed gum with nervous quickness and with a drawn and troubled fare. Sentence in the case was deferred until ss. later date. t. & ft. COFFEE GO. ES r.dgur T. Howell, who has success fully conducted the C. & A. Coffee company on South Second street, sold the business this wet-k to two local young men, Armin M. Kruemer and Fred Pryor. Mr. Howell will remove from this city to San Diego. Cal., about Decem ber 1, where he will engage in the same line. f business Id the Califor nia city. Mr. and Mrs. Howell will leave Albuquerque with the best wishes of a large number of friends. Mr. Kruemer has been employed in the store of William Dolde for the past seven years, while Mr. Pryor bus heen with the Ward Grocery for a number of years. p,th are exper ienced in th grocery and kindred lines and will no doubt make good in their new venture. KENTUCKY JUDGE FOE OF ELECTION THIEVES McDonald's majority ?7i?. Lexington. Kv.. Nov" t', ,n.i drastic Instructions ever given a Ken tucky (Jiand jury In election fraud cases, were given todav bv Circuit Judge Charles Kerr, who. in a special order, told the grand jnrv to probe thoroughly the reported election frauds of last Tuesdav. If the Jury finds that election cer tificates were b.niuht, indictments must be found. Indictments must also be brought in If any one is found ... k,., . .. . an elector not to vote or even If a oei whs maue on ine election. Can t Tax Standard. Richmond, Va Nov. i. nil is a fuel, and the Standard nil company then-tore cannot be taxed in Virginia so decided the court of appeals to dav, Snow in South Dakota. Aberdeen. S. IV. Nov. s.. Aftr a day of dmallnz rain, a driving sqow storm set In tonight and threatens to causa considerable suffering. CHANG ID New Coal Yard t The New State Coal Yard C. W. KUNZ, Prop. Is now ready for business. Your orders are solicited. We Good Hand Screened Coal Prompt Delivery 2,000 Pounds to the Ton Yards Fruit Ave. and S anta Fe R. R. Tracks. .M.s4.W KANSAS GOVERNOR MOTS fflEDS PROTECTED Directs Attorney General to Prosecute Operators Who Fail to Obey State Laws; Too Many Accidents, Br Morning Journil Hpecial I-eaaea TVIr 1 Toptka, Kas., Nov. !". As tile be ginning t.f a movement to compel coit operators of Kansas to protect miners from injury while ul work in the mines, lioveinor Sluhbs today di-rc-cted John S. Dawson, the attorn, y general, to make an investigation at once of alleged negligence In the cn fcrcement of mine laws in Crawford county. Prom August 1 to (ktolsr 2. according to a complaint filed with the governor against T. J. Karr, county attorney of Crawford county, there have been seventy-eight acci dents in mines in Crawford county. "Accidents in mines," said Gover nor Stubbs, "should be reduced to a minimum. If the mine owners will not do it, the states should compel it." The last Kansas leelsluture passed a number of laws pertaining to the conditions of the mines. The oper ators are now required to install and maintain a system of telephones con necting every "room'' with the pit of fice. Path houses and lockers are also required. Governor Stubbs says he will Pee that the laws are en forced. EIGHT COAL MINERS DIE IN EXPLOSION Punxsutawney. Pa., Nov. 9. Right miners are believed to have been killed !n tlie Adrian shaft of the Rochester and Pittsburg Coal and Iron company's mine, four-miles from here as a result of an explosion to day. Fifty miners who entered the shaft several hours after the accident in an attempt to effect a rescue, were driven out bv the gas. Some of them who become unconscious, were car ried to the surface by comrades. Auction Sale of the Season On November the l.ttli nnd 1-ltli, beginning promptly nt 2:50 p. in. each afternoon, nt lll-llfl South Ilrd street, I Mill sell at Auction, the elo guilt furnishings of fourteen rooms. Thee furnishings eon-Ut . of every thing necessary to furnish rooms we'll. This furniture l. sanitary and up-to-date, l-t those that need riirnituri, save their money for this occasion, for It will fie an opporl unity In huj pood furniture cheap. Watch the papers. J. M. SOLLIE Auctioneer Safety Razor Blades Kcsharpened 'Gooi? New- Manr Say Be ttn" 2j2 Lc 140,000 satisfied customer! find Mad C EA that blade resharpened by Keentdge Eleo uic rrocess give better t-"T0 service than new blades tot enfivenin. KEENtDGECO. k"r:-?t Kacsedvc B!i, Chicago fail ia ill Or Uax Vihu Blah WILLIAMS DRUG CO. W handle all kind gafety raiora Blue Front 117 W. Central X HEALTHSEEKERS The place you have been looking for, a ranch boarding house for Incipient and convalescent tufcercuiar cases, located near Silver Cltv. altitude 6,1)110 feet, home cooking, sleeping porches, fireplace in each room, plenty of shade, no dust; terms reasonable. Write us for fu" particulars and pictures. t OAK t.KOVE RANCH, Tyrone, N. M. Montezuma Trust Company ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO Capital and Surplus, $100,000. INTEREST ALLOWED ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS fVL 1 TV 1 warv auu iviapie ronsnea rioonng Builders Supplies Albuquerque Lumber Co., 423 N 1st St X Guarantee j Phone 35 j 4 CATS EAT THE RATS AND RATS EAT CATS; UNIQUE RANCH SCHEME (Sperlal Correspond, oca tn Morning narkaj i rut-ago, -Nov. it. (ic-t-rn h- quick si hemes of J. Rufus Wal- a ingford, facile financier, or the tried nnd true rtads to wiahh by thrift and Industry which a have met with more or less a success by John D. Rockefeller, J. pierpont Morgan and others a are as the blundering iiettviticj of children compared Willi a plan submitted to Post master D. A. Camplell today. a Its simplicity will surpi t Hit V world at its lute discovery for the plan is to feed rats to cats, skin the cats, and feed the tutj back to the rats, in endless sue- ces.sii n. the only break In which being the deduction of the eat skins, tlie sale of which is to supply the profit. The writer, outlining bis plan, said: "We will start a cat ranch, getting 1.(100,000 cats. Kadi will have twelve kittens a year. Cat- skins are worth 10 cents fur I whit" cm s and 75 cents fur t black. They will average 30 Ct nts each. There's 12,1100,000 ratskins a year, a daily gross in- come of some $10,000. "A man can fkln fifty cats for l $2, and it will take 100 men to operate the ranch, leaving our profit over J9.000 a day. We'll have to feed the cats. How? "Start a rat ranch next door Rats multiply four times us fast as cats. We will have therefore four rats a day for each cat, a plenty. How to feed the rats? "Simple, feed them on the cat bodies a fourth of s. cat per rat amply sufficient. Thus, you see, the business wtll he self- supporting and nutomatie all the way. The cats will eat the rats, and the rats w ill eat the cats and we get the skins and wealth. Can you heat it? Are you with me? BIG AUCTION Monday, Nov. 13th, at 10 a. m., I will sell at auction a 4-room home and lot at 1013 N. fth. A mortgage of $600 on property can be carried at 8 per cent. Property now rented. Property must sell. A chance to buy a home cheap. J. M. Sollie Auctioneer SBEaiBtS3tMJ2SZSSl FRENCH FEfflsLE PILLS. NEVER IHB'ST0 MIL. 8cit! f.i...ii t.ujimiMd holier lieruniW. Sm pfp-i for fl.OO par bo. Win wb.i utcrn n inu. ! V-' fM whin r.ijvtl. Nanipif r're. if Jfr JruUI due. a h ifct'ia Miitt jMirtnien iv jM U !TCO WrolCHit. CO., 74, 1ctip, p Zoid in Albujutraut br Tie i. H O'Reil. ti. BALDRIDGE LUMBER COMPANY Paints, Glass, Cenent, Roofinj and Builder's Supplies. ALBUQUERQUE TAXI LINE Oakey Clifford, Prop. Rates same as Hacks. Stand At Sturges Hotel Phones 195 mid 196. i ri ww; n ! 1 in W A 3ri. CiK-Tii Rtinr for