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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1911.
FIVE Rip as (PI? imunu uuu M 1E11 P60KB CREAM Made frcm Pure, Grape Cream of Tartar Surpasses every other baking powder in making delicious, healthful food. Protects the food from alum. IEICI.TIC CAINS CONTINUE HI SANTA FE COUNT COMPLETED ON ONE-HALF OF COUNTIES In Luna Republicans Lose From Twelve to Eighteen Votes Un official Returns; Medler Elected, Srrrinl DIkiiiHcIi to the Morning Journal. 1 Santa !, N. M., Iee. 11. Ad journment of tnduy's session of the cfi'lclni cnnvaH.siiiB lnari( round the count completed in Otero and Quay comities. The official figures in these two counties present little iliutige from the result as unoffici ally announced. In utero JudKe John Y. Hewitt Brined one vote over his republican opponent, Edward L. Medler. With Torrance county awaiting to be canvassed, Mr. Medler ha a majority of 23 and his election Is generally conceded, though he may lose three votes in Lincoln .county where the democratic attorneys made tin exception to a rultng; of the board. In l.una county, which was com pleted this morning, several changes from the official figures were mad'.'. yTliefe changes were nil favorable to the democrats and all candidates on their state ticket have from twelve to eighteen more votes than were ac corded them in the the earlier reports. In Luna county all the candidates for supreme court Justice suffered a loss as the result or the official can vass, but the loss or the republican candidptes was sreater than that of the democrats, the losses being as fol rows: Parker, 23; Roberts. 2i; Wright, 2s; Hurkhart. 1; Inmn, 10, and Manna, 11. An error In the prlntinB or the name of S. 1- Owen, democratic candidate for corporation commissioner, has probably resulted !n the defeat of that gentleman and the election of O. If. Van Stone, the progressive republi can candidate In McKinley and Luna counties Mr, Owen's name was printed as "Sol" Owen, and the board has ruled that these votes o'innot be counted for "8. L." Owen. The democratic attorneys have mada exception in the ruling;, but it is the general opinion of law yers In Santa Ke that it will stand. If the decision of the board Is correct, it will cost Mr. Owen 800 votes and probably the election. GRAND JURY HU LOOK INTO THE CASE PERALTA Memorial to IjiU Justice Hnrtuii. Washington, Dec. 11. A memorial meetinK In honor of the late Justice Harlan of the supreme court of the United States will be held Saturday at the capltol. (lovernor Wlilson of Kentucky, Jurtice Harlan's native state, will preside. Solicitor General Lrhmann will be chairmnn of the committee on resolutions. ARKANSAS FELLOW SERVANT LAW VALID Washington, nee. 11. The consti tutionality of the employer's liability law of Arkansas today wag upheld as constitutional In the supreme court of the United States. The point In suit by, Geors; H. , Ramsay, an em ploye of the Aluminum Company of America, against that company for personal Injuries alleged to hnv6 ' been received by reason of the negli gence of a fellow servant. , Murder and Burning of Tajique Man Chief Matter of Interest Before Session of Torrance County Court, Spm lul IUatrb to th Mornlnr Journal ) Kstancia, X. M.. Dev. 11. The mur der oV Juan Peralta of Tajltiue, whose dead and dismembered body was found charred In a bonfire lust May, will be the chief matter of In teres' to come before the erarid Jury, In the district court for Torrance county, which opens here tomorrow, Jude John It. McFie presiding:. The grand jury will le organized and begin its labors tomorrow. The first case on the docket tomorrow Is that of the state versus t'. H. Hill, charged with making; " false financial statement, the charge being the result of an in vestigation of the accounts oi the firm of Hill Brothers of Duran, X. M., by it receiver. tin motion of the prosecution the case of Sabino Sena, an old cause In which the defendant was charged with murder, was dismissed on ac count of lack of evidence to convict. The court announced today that ah adjournment would be taken the last of the week until January 15. on ac count of the sessions of the supreme court at Santa Fe. Sid,-. In his statement Jones impli- cated George Robinson, ;3 ars old. alias "Tow head." John staccy, 2i years old, said to be a bricklayer, and a man known to him only us ' Fred." who U about JO years :d Jones said robbery was the motive of the attak, and that ih woman was shot because she screamed when ordered to hold up her h mils. The three men are hclicd t have left the cit'- and their descriptions have been telegraphed to every part or the country. According to Captain Hatpin. Jones confessed that on the evening ot De cember 4, he stole an automobile to take several of his girl friends for a ride. later, he said, he hict Robinson. Stacey and "Fred" and took them for a ride, but he had no idea that the men intended to commit robbery. Jones said it was snowing and the first intimation he had of the Inten tions of his companions was when one of them remarked: "Its a fine night for a stick-up." B OILED TO DEATH IN COFFEE If you want a Rood ridlns horse call the Grannia Hiding School, 114 W. Silver. I'hone 1030. GOVERNMENT NOT SATISFIED WITH JURYMEN MURDER MYSTERY PARTLY CLEARED iSI BY CM Thomas Jones, Chicago Chauf feur Who Drove Automobile Carrying Slayers of Mrs, .Kaufman, Under Arrest, Itty Morning Journal Upecliil Leaned Wlr1 C'hicago,Doc. 11. The mystery surrounding the killing of Mrs. Hat tie Kaufman, wife of Edmund Kauf man, a weulthy commission merchant, who was shot by highwaymen a week ago while returning home from a the ater with her husband, was partly cleared today, according to the police, h.Y thej arrest and confe.ssUin of Thomas Jones, 19 years old. Jones Is a chauffeur and the po lice say he admits having driven the automobile that carried three men V the scene of the crime on the north Though There Are Twelve Ven iremen Ready to Try Packers, Prosecution Will Challenge Several of Them. I By Morning Journal Sperlnl t.ened Wlrs.1 Chicago, Dec. 11. Selection of a Jury to try the cbbcs of the ten Chi cago meat packers charged with vio lating the Sherman unti-trust laws criminal provisions, dragged today. Although there are twelve veniremen in the Jury box, apparently satisfac tory to the packers, when the day's Session of court closed it seemed prob able that attorneys for the govern ment would retire several by peremp tory challenges. A second venire of fifty was order ed by Judge Carpenter to report to morrow In the United States district court. Only five of ,the original ven ire of eighty-three, have not been questioned, i The Jury box when court closed to day contained three farmers, three nicrchnnts, a telsp'hone Inspector, a baker, a reaj estiUtj ttgent an engine er, a clerk and a tailor- ,. A search for prejudice against the meat wholesalers .'dismissed many prospective "Jurors from the box, Considerable, emphasis was laid on the statute of limitations, which bar red acts or accusations prior to Sep tember, 1907, from being considered in this case. ' 1 ' Three-Ycar-Old Son of Tajique Man Dies As Result of Ten i ble Scalding; Tipped Over the Coffee Pot, F.stan, ia, X. M.. Dec. 11. The three-year-old son of -Adelfo Ouro and wife of the town of Tajique, died Sunday night from burns received when the child pulled a pot of boiling coffee off the stove, the hot liquid de luging him from hend to -foot. The accident occurred Saturday after noon. The funeral service was held yesterday at Tajique. 4-- i . German Cruiser Visits I'oitMiiouth. Portsmouth, K.ngland. Dee. 11. The German cruiser licrlin, whose appcur rnce at Agadir, Morocco, July 4, lust, led fo the talk of war between Kng land and Germany, today sought the hospitality of this port In consequence or a shortage of coal. She will pro teed to Germany tomorrow. Vitvi Damages l.mui Park. New York. Dec, 11. lire which for a time threatened to burn out the heart of Luna Park the great show place of Coney Island, raged for an hour and a half late tills afternoon, but was confined to the Luna Park restaurant and an amusement resort adpolnlng. Doth these structures were practically destroyed at a loss of 1160.000. make such au addition Imperative. Tile walls will be twelve teet high with four window in each end, and one window and doors with glass lights In the other sid.s. One of the doors la to be a double afYair through which supplies and equipment can be taken in and out of the building. A partition will dhide the room in- ,n ft.-., d.-., r, in ..n fltt.,n f.,,t U l.tn oy inirty lect iook. i mis i(.ui i to K' a sliding partition with a double door in It. j The equipment of the M.imiat train-1 lug school will consist of fitte".i benches, each bench to accommodate two students, and a sufficient numter oi kits ol toots to Keep tinny oo j m work during a period. Saws, ham mers, planes, ch'sels, screwdrivers, files and all other accessor!,- to a carpenter and Joiner shop v 111 be provided. Upon the decision of the trustees to build the svnool ttie supply com mittee was authorised to obtain bids for the equipment Irom both local aud outside dealers. The teachers' committee was empowered to employ a teacher. Superintendent Milne an nounced that he had been in cor respondence with a number of good icen and would be in a position to muke a recommendation with regard to the teacher In the course of a week or two. It wag suggested that the new teacher be employed with the understanding that he be In Albuquer que some time before the opening of the building no as to give ttie school GOLD IN THE HEAD Week's Broak-cp-s-ColJ Tablets break up the eoagsUcn. clear the heart, take away the tendency to dull ness an-! h'-ad-iohe. Nothing harsU or d'.sasre uhle tiboti: them. Act gi'Btiy an I thoroughly. Chocolate ccate 1 tablets. plraut to take. Cm tain fever-reducing iuJiines and nlld Tegmble laxatives. Relief is guaranteed or your r.ien'-jr refunded. Trite "3e. at All A ll!Unllrrto ri1ltafrlt- authorlties the benefit of hi advice in the matter of arranging the Work. Triiitee lleriuon P. Williams was present and was Introduced to the members of the board. He was mao a member of ,n building committee. Mr. Williams was sworn in yesterdav afternoon before A. E. Walker pro bate clerk. In view of a probable decision an to the location of the school this af ternoon, the building t ommittee a authorized to enter Into a contract for the erection of the building as per the plans and specifications sub mitted, with Sawtelle and Hicks, lo cal contractors. The cost of the building will be determined finally this afternoon. It is understood that the bid Is under $1 J0U. 111 L BUILDING WILL BE ERECTED School Board Meets This After noon to Choose Site For Structure; Cost Will Be Un der $1,200, At a Bpoc.lnl meeting of the school hoard hold in the office, of Superin tendent Milne in ths Central school last night, plans for the. proposed Manual training hulldlnr- were dis cussed. The session adjourned to meet again this afternoon at 4 o'clock for the purpose of looking over the available sites for the building. The plans shown last night call for a one-atory brick building, 30 by SO feet, built upon a foundation of suf ficient strength to allow of an add'. tlonal story being built on in the fu ture should the demands of the work mmmmmmm .Z.'S In the New Home You want the best when starting in the new home. Above all, you want that home to be snug and warm and comfortable. You arc sure of warmth and comfort with a Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater. The Perfection is the best and most reliable heater made. 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