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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 6. 1912
FIVE Choice I Real Estate! For Sale My rf'slilenoi , coiner West Central avenue anil Ti'iilh street. Three lots southeast corner 'I I Jems Itoiul mill Tenth sli . To lots West Silver iiveniK, lie. lueen l oniih mill J'lt'lli streets. Four lots West lend nveinie, Ik1. lueen sev Ii mill Kightli streets. Xorlheiist corner West foul uve iiiit anil Third street, size of piireel, l I !-;$ feet by 75 feet. Two lots West (.old n venue, be tween Klglilli mid Mmli streets. Three lots West Silver It venue, be iween Kigluli mill Xlntli streets. Choice business loenti Weht Copper avenue. , Two lots South Second street, be tvtecn West i'oul ami West Iron avenue. Southwest corner (odd avenue anil II road way in Highlands. I'our lots soiitbeasl corner West Iron avenue ami Sixth street. I desire to close nut the almve prompt l.v and will iidike most retisiii. able terms. For further particulars call at my office, 215 and i17 l.unii StrioMor building. Office I'hone 12. Itesldciice I'hoiie it.;. rPREMIUM LIST FOR f BENCH SHOW IS DISTRIBUTED Handsome Prizes Mentioned in Neat Pamphlet Got Out by Local Kennel Club for Con test During State Fair, run- W. S. STRICKLER. DELEGATES CHOSEN BY REPUBLICANS LAST MING Grand Old Party Holds Primar ies Throughout County to Se lect Representatives to Convention, The republican puny of the county of Ucrnulillo, at primaries held yesterday afternoon and lust night Tells Consumptives IIjw He Got Well Tuberculosis Is mi id to be curable by simply living la the open nil' iiki hiking u ii uhiiiiibuicu uf fresh ees und milk. rndiHlhteilly, seme persons are bcni'titcd m thin way; hut the api'i upi lute reiueily for I'nnsuuiptlini is Kckinnn's Alterative. Do all you possibly can to ml. I to strength ami lac reuse weight, i:it wholesome, nour ishing food, iiM'i breathe the eleiuust aud purest nil - then, to the sensible tilings ot rlgat living, add the tonic and curative efects of F.ckmius Alterative. Kind what it dlil In this ease: lioi) West Street, Wilmington, Del. "(ientlcnit n: In January, I'.iOH, I was taken with ucinnrrliagcs of the lnns. My physician, one uf ale leading practi tioners, said (hat it was lung tronlde. 1 took egus and til it K In itnuntitieK. tint I got very weak", and I kept on working In the More. The doctors said I would not Ram In weight an long as 1 stayed in the store, hut I kept oa working ami prayed eiu h day that 1 might get well. I believe my prcyers wen.1 i.nswereil, lor ftl r. I. A. I.ipjiiucott, inv employer (Llppiueott & Co., Department Store, :) to ;IH Market street, Wilmington, Del. I. had learned of a remedy called ICcknnm's Alterative that hull done great good, and upon his ree elenii'lidaliou I began taking it at once. This w is about June, llius. I continued fiiil lifully, using no other remedy, and duuily noticed the clearing of the lungs, which appeared to he old chunks of bloisl coming up. I now have no trouble with my lungs. I tlrmly believe Kcktnau s Alterative saved my life. 1 sent my spit tle later to the State Hoard of Health to he enainined for tuberculosis bacilli, and le-ee were found. ".My mother, died from Consumption when I was about two years old. "I make this statement so that inborn may learn of the won lerfu! merits of K kiutlli s Alterative. I regard my recov ery as being miraculous." lSb.;I.ed Alli.luvit) J AS. HQi:iKK8. Kckman's Alterative Ineffective in ilron chltis. Asthma, Hay Fever; Throat and l.ling Troubles, and In upbuilding the system. Does not contain poisons, opiates or habit-forming drugs. Ask for booklet of lined cases and write to K.ckmari Ijibornlorv, Philadelphia. Pa., for more ei deuce. For sale by all leading druggists am' Alvarnilo I'liurniucy and Highland I'liariiiacy In Albuquerque. selected representatives to attend Its convention to be held Satur day. A good vote was polled In every precinct. The primaries were curried on In h new und modern manner. A ballot box was provided and ballots were deposited in it by all republi cans wlio attended the primary. Xo meeting was held, as was formerly the custom, and It was not necessary fur any man to remain at the pri mary mure than a few minutes. The primaries were kept open at least four hours in every precinct. Jn the cily precincts they were opened in the afternoon and not closed until ! o'clock. I ho pillowing ilclcKdtcH were named : Precinct Xo. 12, Division Charles Melini, John P. lluird. Julian Chavez, M. K. Mickey, Julio Martinez. Total vote cast, B", except for Mr Hickey, who received fill, evidently not having voted (or himself. Precinct Xo. 12, Division 2 A. A King, A, Mann, Klfogn Baca, C. V. Safford, Juan Sandoval, J. V. Span Anibr.isio Candelarlas, .1. H. Skinner J. A. Garcia, YV. H. Springer. Total vote cast for each delegates 7.1. Precinct Xo. 2ti, Division 1 John V. Wilson, Jose L. Peiva, Manuel S. Pino, Charles Chadwick, J. J. Gun- I zales, J. M. Mahdoub. Total vote cast for each delegate, 82. Precinct Xo. 26, Division 2 L. H. Chamberlain, John Rorrodalle, Jose 11. Salazar, A. A. Sedillo, Jacobo Yrl sarri, John P. McC, ulnness, YV. YV. Mc Donald, Tom Lavvler. Total vote cast, 1 ti, Prec'net Xo. 5, !arelas Precili anci Oabaldon, 12. C Chavez, Antonio Garcia, y Sanchez, J. II. Sanchez. To tal vote cast, 2 7. Precinct Xo. 1", old Albuquerque T. I. Duran, Nestor Montoya, Alfredo Gnllegns, YV. II. French. Vlotorio I'li barri. Total vote polled, 27. Precinct No. 8, J.os tjriegos Este van Sandoval, Justiano Montoya, Manuel Jaraniillo. Total vote polled 11. There have been no contesting delegates elected freni this precinct. Precinct No. J, Tiancho.s lie Atrisco Jose Jt. Sanchez, Serern Sanchez. Fifty-one votes cast. Xo contest. Printed ballots for every precinct and division were distributed, any one desiring to attend as a delegate being privileged to have Ins name placed on these ballots. All voters were allowed to scratch whoever they chose and substituting any republi can in their division or precinct, but there was very little scratching. The county convention will be held at Hie Klks' theater, and will be call ed lo order by lilt'ogo Paca, chairman if the county organization. Nestor Montoya is secretary. $100 a Month for life Let lie Otters Bret and Worry Question B Example- Recapitalization Whom Do You Favor for President? The Morning Journal propnsis to poll the state between now and the time of the three state conventions in September, and herewith prints a ballot to ascertain the choice of the voters of New Mexico rel ative to their favorite for the presidency. Place a cross in the box on the dotted line opposite the name of the candidate, you favor und mail or hand in at the Morning Journal of fice. IIOOKKVK.I.T (rnKrrssh. T.n (licpllblicuii) UILSO.V (Democrat) DI BS (Socialist) m.1 IV (Prohibitionist) The vote Tor the various candidates w ill be tabulated each day by tha Journal and printed for the information of its readers. In order to prevent "repeating" the person pending in the bal lot is asked to sign his name n the dotted line below. The name, however, will not be published, it only being desired to secure know ledge of whom he favors for president. (Signed). A handsome pamphlet has been Is sued by the local kennel club, giving detailed information regarding the prizes to be distributed for canines ex-. blbited at the bench show during the state fair this lull. The book contains official rules and other data, and will be mailed free upon application to anyone who has a dog. The bench show committee ex pcclally vvjshos to Impress upon nil owners of canines that their dogs do not have to be registered to be en tered, nhown, and possibly to take a prize. As a matter of fact, the dog's pedigree may be unknown, even the name of his sire or dam may be shrouded in mystery, and lie may be ".Inst Ida In dog." Kntries close October 1st. Any In formation relative to the show may be obtained from the bench show com mittee, which is as follows: F.. S. Splndler, chairman; William Kose, Dr. Ii. Fred Pet lit. Dr. J. YV. Colbert, II. F. Zelser. The list of specials is believed lo be the longest ever Issued by a south western show. It is as follows: M. V. Flournny, Ice president First National bank, offers a silver cup for the best dog or bitch, any breed, In I he show. The Southwestern Ilrewery K- Ice Co., offers a silver cup for the best sporting dog or bitch owned in local territory. The Los Angeles Examiner offers a silver cup for the best dog or bitch. iny breed, owned in local territory. Dr. YV. A. Waddell, of Salt Lake City, I'tuh, offers a cup for the best non-sporting dog or bitch owned In local territory. The Albuiiueriiue Kennel club of fers u silver cup lor the best stud dog, any breed, shown with two of his get, judgment to be made on the three, to be won twice before becoming the property of the winner, hut not neces sarily with Ihe same dog. Freeman Ford, of Pasadena, Col., otters a silver cup tor the best dog or bitch, any breed, owned in Alluuiuer iue, shown In local classes. Dr. J. W. Colbert infers the ;, resi dent's cup for the In'si dog or hitch owned by a member of the local club. Dr. Ii. Fred I'cltlt offers the secre tary's cup for the best puppy, any breed, In lhe show, lo be won twice before becoming the property of the winner, not necessarily with the same dog, donor not to compete. The Kconomlst offers two pair Kay ser silk hose for the best dog or bitch entered, owned and shown by a lady. Schutt & Attebury offer a five pound box chocolates for the best dog or bitch entered, owned and shown by a girl under sixteen years of age. Hounds. Kmil Mann offers cup for the best hound, any breed, in the show. Pointers. Dr. L. S. Spindler offers a silver cup for the best pointer in the show. The Oceanic Publishing Company offers one year's subscrinliou to Dogs ill America," lo the best point er owned in local territory. Setters. Frank Stortz offers a silver cup for the best setter in the show. The Oceanic Publishing Company tiers a one years subscription to 'Dogs in America," to the best setter owned in local territory. ClifNjipcakf ilnys. The Singer Cigar Company offers a cup for tile best Chesapeake Hay in the show. Dr. C. A. Idler offers one Ilaberlien Force collar for (he second best Chesapeake Hay in the show. Spaniels. J. M. Gooch offers a bronze medal for the best spaniel in the show. Collie. Vann & San offer a silver cup for the best collie, either sex, in the show' ltosenwald Druthers offer a silver cup for the best collie owned in local territory. The Southern Collie club offers to members oniy: Silver medal for the best dog. Silver medal for Ihe best bitch. lhe ollie club of America olfers to members only: The Western District Trophy, vain" $50, for the best collie, either Hex, any age, bred by exhibitor, to be award ed to the dog winning the greatest number of points according lo A. K. C. rating of shows; to be offered at every A. K. C. show in the western district up to July, in 1:1. The secretary's trophy, value $."i0, for the best American or Canadian bred colhe, anv age. cither sex, win ning the greatest number of points according to the A. K. C. rating of the show; to be offered at all A. K. (.'. shows up to July, 1913. The Collie club of America offers a bronce medal for the best dog or bitch owned bv a member: I S. Fdward Tlllit offers the Suther land trophy, to the best dog or bitch 'n the show sired by his stud dug. i'h. Ormskirk Ariit (lobe eligible to com pete the said dog or hitch must win tirst in one of the renbir c'.isses where there is euinpetPion I. AiriMlMios. Harry Leonard oflers a silver cup for the best Airedale in the show. San Jose Market offers a cop for the best Airedale owned In local territory. The Western Airedale Terrier clitb'ih offers the "Challenge Gold Medal for . the best Airedale terrier in the show owned bv a member. Kaeh win score the number of points at which' Governor Wilson declined to serv the show Ik rated. Medal to become ) as a Judge at a baby show, which in the property of owner scoring th-jdicMtes thai the democratic ciiulidole greatest number of points Willi lhe is not without caution. same doc during the year 1'G2. I . The I'.imtlhi Kennels off.-r a cap ,, r i i ia i for ti.,. best .b.K or I.... !,, sued by. Results fiom Journal Want Ads Can a man make a living for himself and family on a five-acre garden and farming tract in omillevsiirdle Place (Gillenwater Farms) Answer, It depends entirely upon the man. There is no question but that the land and water can do it. One-half acre for house, barn and outbuildings. One-half acre planted to garden and fruit. Four acres of alfalfa, growing four crops per annum, will feed five cows, and if aver age good ones, will earn $1 00 each in milk and butter, besides the calves, which sell for about $10 each, m all amounting to $550. To this can be added two brood sows, raising two litters each year and fed on alfalfa pasture should result in twenty-five pigs, weighing two hundred pounds or more that will sell for $15 each, making a total of $375. The place would also easily support 250 hens, which will net a profit of $275 per annum. Cows and Calves , Pigs Chickens $550 . 375 , 275 Total $1,200 $100 a month, besides all the vegetables, fruits, chickens, milk, butter and eggs you can use on your own table. Boulevarde Place is located along the new Rio Grande Boulevard (now building), two and one-half miles from the city, and is subdivided into several hundred choice garden and buildinq lots 25x150 feet each, which we are quoting at from $50 to $100 per lot, and a number of two and one half acre orchard and farming tracts at from $300 per acre up, terms to suit purchaser. Similar Colorado lands in same state of high cultivation arc now bringing from $1,000 to $1,500 per acre, and Pay a profit on that valuation. Telephone us and our auto will call for you, or see any real estate dealer in town for plats and prices. Suburban Realty Company, Owners TELEPHONE 899 Office Also on the Ground OFFICE ROOM 3, FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING. D. K. B. SELLERS, JOHN T.KELLY, Sales Managers. C Ii V I 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 MOjietc. either !'o in ilia Nut Cruel. Commoiloi c. donor not ti Hull Terriers. The YV. II. Meogec c pain. Angeles, c.il., offer a cup for lb bull terrier in Ihe show. II. Trotter olfers a cup for Hi bull leVrier other than whr,-. Ilosion Terriers. Sam Stevens offers a silver cup f the best Ibision terrier in the show. The Imperial laundry offers a ci 1 .1 IS best best for the best local territi Hoston lerrii ry. I'm Terrier. The Crescent Hardware oflers a bronze riied.il for x terrier in the show. Polilet-llliiltlls. The Leader offers a band fern dish for the best I'.. met the show. l:en,j:imm I'rothi rs oi fer aii umbrel 1.1 for I be best Meic OW'ltcil in Com pa n the best painted nlan In EDITORS TO MEET fiT CLUB MOlDUr 111 T PRESIDENT STRONG URGES MERCHANTS TO DECORATE STORES Wi iters at Head nf "Hilton i fied" Publications to Discuss Campaign Issues and Poli cies at (iatheiins Here. President K. ,1 I ' 1 1 ' 1 1 e I 1 1 1 e Itetail lion, makes the ti the merchants of appreciation of the apt com entb.lls ,,f the tlll ei lillcal parties by dei places of business Strong1, of Merchants' : ncly suggest! the city slo. th Al- o. lu ll io.it their mcbhiK slate 1 . 1 1 1 , 1 ! t . I til po- eeoiatiuu Ibcil uitll American they that the iio dialily perma 11 that vis a city hand i re glad ptession 111 will make to see them, that a led by this cor if . lbiiiiicriUe a I I i I K s anil ol hel u ise. Mr. Strong believed that if Ho chants show the visiting dele nl convention illy. Me savs HIiii-m always boost and praise while they are given the glad ml otheiwise made to feel at home and he believes that the busi ness men will have a splendid oppor tunity to shew such a spirit the coin ing week, when the democratic, re publi'nn aud progressive stale con v . miens are held here. Try a Journal Want Ad, Results 11 1 ti le Senator Cummins, of l.ca. and Sen ator Crawford, of South l..k..ta, have joined I lie bull IllOOSers. Hotll of these statesmen were Very cautious until the;, bad watched lhe diifl of stlaws indicating hovv the wiloi I mows. S.-i retarv T. .1. 1 1 m I c i ,' 1 1 ci oil, ha lligness of thai i I lie Use of ils 1 , tloll of dcmoclati lib h H ill meet N'a v Ion, of i he Com - Signified tile will ) i;a mat ion to al loe. ems lo thi' assoela cilltors of the plate lore Monday. The edit, the N a v I. of this While no one h, amount of inforioati s l-ecinllv a;kcil for the Use ol ".nr. Mucilav evening, ami Mr. us Idler to Hum assuic them iurtes . has iti.y great regarding lhe I'lDii:, tht it is limit ihIihmI lh;it y ? f if th ;int,JitL'n will dis- ns.-ii ami t hat t In- s ril -s u ill U -l-imim- how ihH itn It. nt Im- wrwil Results from Journal Want Ads On Account of Republican State Convention at Albuquerque, September 12th, SANTA f K will sell liikets from points in New Mexico lo Albuquer que ano! rctuin al our and one-fillh first ilafs linulcd fare for round trip. Tn kids on sale Septi-uilier lhU to I2tli, inclusive, rctuin Srilcnilcr I61I1. I in.il limit for P. J. JOHNSON, Agent.