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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1912.
Foun Annual Fall Display of the Latest Styles ' Millinery Thursday, September Twenty-Sixth Afternoon and Evening For the inspection of the Women of Albuquerque. Mrs. A. 118 South THIS IIP Shooting of E. W, Fee, Cutting of Magdaleno Candelai'io at Atrisco and Murder in Old Town Prevent Adjournment, Contrary to oicctat,,n, lh grand Jury which Iiiin been In sessions lor inure thnn n week will imt ad journ inilll Iniliiy. T. lively ihe ad journment Will til (e- place Into, this Hl'li'Mioon. Tin- delay Ik due In mailers which have arisen since the grand Jury win oiuii iilm-il, including Ihe ! 1 1 1 nlmntlng of K. W. i. n lm.ul nier chiml. Iiy-t discharged employe, Suiio Ariul.o. This mutter was before llir grand Jury yesterday anil II Ih ev peoloil thai mi Indictment against .Armljo will In' re! nrni'it today. F.l 1 ni'o In Ihe ease liiul in ii iiy "II ln'i-n hoard last iiIkIiI before adjoin nincnt. Another nnilli'i' which will bo heard Iiy th grand Jtn-y Ih ih.' slabbing of Magdaleno Caibhiniio Iiy .Inan Sedillo lit Alrlsco Saturday night. TIiIk nil lie threshed out loilay, iih will Ihe HhoolliKi of Soli, lad Ziirrazltm, at ln'f home In uliI Allni'imi'liio Satiirduv lllghl. lieoilllse ot the latter cum- which limy take some lime lo lii'iir. Il Ih nosiilile Unit Ih,' grand Jury will II, il report until tomorrow morning ilii'lr t'l-iiot't In expected luio bin this evening. Ml"!" tiara Wilson, I kkei-pcr at tin- Fee store, iviin the principal wit Hess before the grand Jury yesterday. wh,-n thai body wan Investigating th'' shouting ,,f Mr. Fee. Though Miss Wilson ill, I not witness the shoot In,;, which m cm l ed In the hark p. Hi of the stole, Il Is wihl she wax mor 'h rmiiilliir wiih the supposed events lulillg "h to the ,1' aill assault inane II her i llll'li'l el". DEATHS AND FUNERALS Mi. cncmhdii isiicro'-. MlS, Veliet.ltld.l lisiblos, lle,l Sl-tV-IWo ) ,l IS, died at hel liollle, II2J South Second street, M'sterdav lllorn llIK lit 1 It o'clock. I'liln l.l I Herv Ices w ill be In bl loinoriow inoi niiitf from the Sacred I I . 1 t , lllll'i II W lib burial In Suit. i Kaibara c uieicr.i. The de- ci a.-i d i iix.-s oil oil. ,1 soil. I! If. ni Tin.lillo, ,'l the A H'li, in, Hiii, fo-.iioliv. $100 Reward, $100 The r. A-'- ,'f Dim . r 111 I' l-l' !i--,l 14 l,.,l,i II. M il, ,M u i,l I, i-l 'l ,li-.iil''l ,lt-.H' II ., I .,!,.,,. ,.. I'"' " .'l-le I I" W 'l ' n ii-i 1 1. i. I at n: rl, It . 1 1 , , i 1 1, ' nil, . I,. ---,1- ,- -ill,,- !,--, kn,-ii 1,- -i - I" 'I I -,i 1 1 .. 1 . r- i ulniili I, -i',u , a e - it l ,!.i , 1 ,.., ,. ,-i ., - 1, ,.H,-lll,lll.,l li M ,,!', -a li.ol I o.t.li lie U U1--II ii-,. rti.il, H- li-.u- .li.U, .,(-, 'il.- 'U ,1 ,o I tl'!.-'l -..M:,,,-, .f ,1 . . ,, . I: . , , ,, ,. .cm t I "' "l '' ' ' 1 " ,1 tt . ,.L.;t.. Tl. ri.l,,- II,,- I ll,i ' ' - i, 'S !-. .i.e..- s-,. ,i, ,i ice i--n n ! n-' ii I-,..- e. r ',i ' II I' ''S'-l' I " !". ... I. n I H , .! '-'. I!..-,; I'-, ,,-r., ,, ),, i !..!' . . I,.i . I.- ,1 II ,i .. t ' i it- r i i 1 1 . Til' o. ?','.! i K ' 1 '. "I ,.!. ! ,1 . t I'M 1 r . . i: I I. "II. GRAND WILL COMPLETE IRK TERNOON ..... All Voters Interested in the Election of Wilson, Marshall and f Fergusson A i.- r. m,,I i. iii.-.i ., ;l :. W. r iiiiiI Av.-., ifoim, rlv ecu- pi. ,l iv ii,,- m ii.io-h ii, i. iw. in- c i. 'iiii'iisbw i; i:i.'ii. si.f-TKMI'-l'i; .V 1 " i -' .T v M f.,r the porpos,- ,,f ..rt.uiimini ,iub to as-ist in lb' v ,,: b , tniK Wi;Sii, MAIlSltAl.l. ,,l,.l FKU'.tS- Si N", I Good Speakers Will L. Ballew Fourth Street null two il.i ughl,-i I Chaves iiiiiI Mm, 'n , M IS. soclliio Klisarlo I.IICI'I II. I lllllill I C il t It I'n-mii. Mr. ami .Mix ClieBler T. hiivr Hip Bvnipathy of n fiiemlii In tin- Horrow euiiNeil ileiith of their Utile i h i lit; I) 1 1 l llulh Kreneli, IiihI tilKht at I I The little Kill WIH hill I'lelleh lllllerolIK l.y the . Lillian o'eloek. eltihleell inontliH ohl, hut hiittht ntiil ultra, Ionh Will he felt t.'oiihlen were the win n HiiiKiiiariy (lee ehilil ami her ileetilv. lnti'Ktfnal riiilHe of ilenth. She' hail hei-ii ll for three weelin, hut MIh talneil ii KinlilMi i haliue for the winc Kiimliiy aflernoon. She illeil at her liarentK' :i ,i i i t 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m on Went I'eiilral nveniie. I'lineral arratiReineiilH will he ii 1 1 1 1 , l 1 1 1 1 1 laler. .'t oine mill M'f I in I'm wliiil In Mlll nery mill Krinl v-lu-W 'HI' on-nlli(i Hh- lllllV HI till' I U-OIIOIOI--I. COMMISSIONERS SELL OLD ALAMEDA BRIDGE FOR $400 YESTERDAY The county commissioners In a hrlef meetlnn yeHterday iicccpled the hid of randiilo (I. ( Ioii7.ii les lor the liiinher anil llinlais conlal I In the old Ala meda luidue. The hid was 40U. When hi, Is were last iiHlied. the high est was llfiO ami I hey were all re fused. The commissioners accepted till leslKiiatlon of Krmlnlo Sanchez as constable of lieiimi III. and appoint ed Si-rafin (liinia as his successor. They discussed the matter of ear Iuk for the poor of the county, 'nil were Informed Mv in,' nisirici auoinev that there was no law which a them uiiv monies In this way, aci ordlniily did nolhiiiK ilelinlte The comnilssloners adjourn meet I Iclober II. lowed a ml eil to The Vaudeville Actors Failed to Anive Last Night; Ex pected for Wednesday Night, The vaudeville actors scheduled tor an petiormancc at Ihe Orpheuin last liiubt. failed to reach the city. A fam ily of lour vaudeville actors will sure- Iv appear tomorrow ( Wednesday I uleht i.il',. and Unities of liunlel limine" and three olher Inter, 'stliiK films will be repeated at the llrpllcillll this even HlK. Ailinl-sloti prieis: Ten cents tot adults; live cents lor children. MRS. MARGARET B. M'CRORY WILL BE BURIED HERE TODAY The body of Mrs MaiKan t II. M' -Croi'v, of San M archil, who died there last Satinilay, was hroiiKht to this cit.v last liUht h.v In r hiislnilid. In M. U. M.i'ioev, and will be lulled lore to dav . Services will ! loid III the lloma, ll nf i 'nnci'ptloii i 1 1 1 1 r i h this mornini; at H oilock. and burial will be mad, 'ii Santa llaibaia. Itev. Ii A. M. l uidalaii. S .1 , w ill officiate. Mrs. Mct'.oiv had nmiiv H i, n,l' hele vbii Will Join her husband 111 liooiinlUK hel passim; from Illis wolbl. I'.v ieovnl', Italian scenic. I Address the Crowd OPHEUM IPRACTICAL TALK IS GfVEN BY MEYER Vocational Education is Meant 1o Develop Best Natural Gift, Making Most of Aptitude of Boy or Girl, III II IIHIht Interesting Ulllll'lM. ; which lir delivered i win' In t IiIh city I v esti-rda.v . speaking In t Ik- morning at I tlii- university ji ml In the uftei noon itl jlhe lulled States Indian tralnln',' Isihuul, Mirr llliiiiiiirii'lil, director of vocational cdiicutinn In ih.' i lly' of ' liostoll, mid ulll' of till' lil'Hl kllOWIl I eiluoatui s in I )i couniry, t-m 1-1 In 1 1 1 1 I large audiences, imiili' iii of pupils, ; teachers ami townspeople. j Accoiding In Mr. Ill iificlil, vnni- lliiiliitl education alms tit develop thai I II. 1 1 III . 1 1 a ,l it Illle lllll, I hoy ii ml uili a ml I h it alollK lllOF,- linen. He ,iomlar liellef that It ami hill I it" eiluealloii in In every ' ttaln 1 1 1 1 - r H.ll.l lllllt till' was II "broad ins i mistake. That the m-iv iroiatta mla wan of as jiniiiii imporiam-e lo eolleKen ami nnl- Vel'HltieH II H it WIIM to the p II 1 1 1 I C st'iloolH of the lam! wan iiiiioiik the slalenienls which the eilmator hoiikIh o liiiprexx upon his heareiH. Mr, llloonirielil s maklni; a lour of the country under the ilireelion of Hie Ian, -an of Imllan affair, speaking I h -lore all of the principal Imllan triiln iiiK Hi'hnols of the country. That he talked at the university in A lliiniiier pii was due lo the courtesy extended the stale institution Iiy Superintendent Itoiil'cn Terry, of tin- Imllan school. Mr. Mlooiiiriehl, who is accompanied on his lour of th, country l,y his Wife, hit last nlht for Santa Ke, where hi; will speak todiiy. Iheio-e iroeecillny to ( 'olorado and to i Hi la lioina. scaTHo! and Gives Lustre to Faded and Gray Hair; Dandruff Quickly Removed, 1'nr Reneratlons Ruko rind Sulphur have heen lined for liulr und sculp trouhles. Almost evrryono knows tha vulne of such ti fonihlniilloti for keep Inif the hnir n tdiud oven color, for ciniiiK ditndruff, Itchlnif scalp nnd fulling hair, and for promoting tho mowtli of tho hair. Veiirs iiro the only way to get a liulr Tonic of this Ulml was to make It In tho home, which whh trouhlesoniH and not always sat Isfaclory. Nowadays, almost any up-lii-diilc. driiKkist can Hupply his pat rons with a. readv-to-iiHe produnt, skillfully prepared In perfectly (-quipped laboratories. An Ideal preparation of this sort Is Wyeth's Siijch and Sulphur liulr llemedy, 111 which Sawe and Sulphur are combined with other valuable remedies for scalp (roubles and thin, weak hair that Is losing its color or coinliiK out. After nslriK this remedy for a few days, you will notice th color urndually ponilnjj hack, your scalp will feel better, the dandruff will soon he Kobe, and In less than a month's time there will ho a wonder ful difference In your hair. Pon t ncr.lect, your hair if It la full of dandruff, loRlnir Its color or com ing out. (let a fifty cent bottle of Wyeth's Siikp and Sulphur from your dru;;Kist. and see what u few tiuya' tretitment will do for you. All druif Klsis sell It, under guarantee that the money will be refunded If the remedy Is not exactly us represented. Store Room Next to Pastime I Theater to be Scene of Ex- I i,:l:c,, di i.,,i r:,, iiiijiiium ui Diuuutai ijaiiiiifa e Exposition Lasts, The Ia n, h show committee of the A lbl!,U, ,e Kennel t'lub yesterday lir, -it a leas,- upon the vacant store luilldinu next lo the Pastime theater on ( eniral avenue for It use duruiK the slate fair. The bench show will be stated In this hulldltlK. The place) is a very Kunil one, all conditions con- i sid, red. There is plenty of iiKht from a skv liKht and from the bl- trout win, ,,vvs. It Is larse and is coiiveii I, ntlv located. The doy show this year is the sub- le t of a great deal more Interest than it was last year and at tendance is ex pected to be corre-poniliiin Kie.Uer.l Many handsome prizes have been of-, f.-red will b l.llicy hav e and it appears likely that then tally ami dons benched Maiiv I animals from distant points) ben entered and will appear; in eomnclit'oii. but the airaimeiiicnt of ih,- special piir.es Into classes len ders It possible tor local dots to Kcl i share of them. presidentTynch disallows protest of philadelphia I N w Yol k. Sent. President I m il. of Ihe National lealille, tuibiV dismiss) il the protest of li. sldellt K--Kii. of the Phlla,l,-Il.ia Nationals, mad, , , ,iin, i ll, n with the fust iiami' of a double-header played with Newr York at Philadelphia September 5th The protest was made on the uroiind th.-it empire liiiiler bud misconstrued ,i,.. r,ii.. in H.M'Uion diirtne the BOOM COLOR RESTORER FOR BENCH SHOW J came, w hich was Won by New York. s to I. CITY BOUGHT RIGHTS FIRE ENGINE SAYS SI Chairman of Fire Committee of Council Believes Denver Tests ShoWed La France Ap paratus Better, Than Others, That the city has purchased the hesl poHsihle lire eiiclne when II hotiKht Ironi the Anierieiiu l.a Krance Kire ApparatiiH I'ompan.v last spring, the new- auto truck, wim the statement made tiiiuniiuiuisly last n I n li I by ('halriiiali S. II. 'oi-n of the council jfirr conunlttee. and Fire t'hlef .1. Klein, who reiuiiieil yesterday from lliciivcr. The Inn had attended the convention of fire fighters from all over the world and Haw all there whs to see at the event. 'They attended many meetings of different oryanl.a llons, saw the Hi-nver flrcinn demon strate the value of their training row er, and did a ureal many oilier thlliRS which nine Hi, in a hotter inslnht into fire riKhliiiK. "line of th,. most Interesting IhlnnH we witnessed was the tcsliiiK of the different gasoline tire engines, such us we have here," said Mr. Coeti, "and I hi" result of that test was that we had .Ho- tight i-iiuim-, In my heilef, and in ! that of Chief ICioln. There w ere ! many cnxincs tested, l ilt none of them Ifhow-ed itilte the stuff that (he Amer- lean l,a France did. The stream from Ihe i mine they showed, which Is Just Ilk' the one we have It'ere, was steady. It did not Jump or vary In pressure, as did those uf the other eiiRincs. Nor did the machine require such atten tion US did the others. Some of the other companies had four or flic nie chittili'H hiintliu , around ov er their ma chines. Kivim; llii'in a touch here and a touch there. our man Just set his limine at K'O pounds' pressure and went and sat down. Ills eiiKlno did not drop below that pressure during the entire lest. When the test was ovei' H showed 1 :12 pounds' pressure on the line. "I stood rinhl at the engines and the chief stood at the nozzles, and there we staled from il o'clock in the mornliiK lo il o'clock at nlKht. When we wot done we knew which was the rlKht engine, all riuht." Fire liilii Klein was just as i-n-Uuishi.4t le mIjiui.i the cnulnc as the fire comiiiMlc,- Aiiairiiian. He declared that no a ppu rat ns shown in Denver even alipiiiai hetl It. paym1nt1sasked TO STATE FAIR President D, K. B. Sellers Re quests That They Call on Treasurer Guy L, Roberts at First National Bank, President l. K. II. Sellers, of the New Mexico State Fair association, re quests all subscribers to the state lair to call at the First National hank and pay the amount of their subscriptions to t'.uy 1.. lingers, the treasurer of the association. It. is imperative that these subscriptions be paid as soon as possible that the association may carry out Its plans for the htRucst state ex position ever held In the history of the organlzi'tlon. The ladles' : im ill II tee of the fair association, huvltiK In chaie the dec orated ailloiiloluii: parade on Wednes day, October !Mh, which will be Hood roads ilavj rattiest that all persons who will ; fiHor ' motor cars In the parade at itii Inform Frank A. Stoiiz, secretin V of ihe fair, the nature of their ile, orations, that these may be listed by that' fflc!al, and thus pre vent duplli'iitloii. F.ach decoration suhniitled Will lie kept secret by the secret a rv . Path,- Weekly. Crystal. As usually treated, a sprained ankle will disable a man for three or four weeks, hut by applying Cham berlain's l.inlnient freely as soon as the, injury Is received, and observing the directions with each bottle, a cure can be effected in from two to four days. For sale by all druggists. PASSENGER AGENTS ARE ENTERTAINED YESTERDAY Representatives of Many Im portant Roads and Systems Are Shown the Town by Commercial Club, Thirty-five passeimcr at, -tils, wives, daughters and other members of their families, were shown the city yester day afternoon by the Commercial club In a new and original way. The pas rciiKer people were from many of the most Impel t.ir.t roads and systems of the country and some of them were even from foreign roads. The club .haltered h special street car. load;',! Ihe whole irovv.J aboard It Hnd started. out for a tour of the city. , The jiarty visited the lumber mills, J COEN OP SUBSCRIBERS Like a ft old Alhmiucrinie, liuriias find the' Highlands, returning to tile Alvarado at (i 1,'chuk lor dinner. They .stopped off here from the arrival of No. 1 at .'t:,",r, to the departure of No, S at 7:25 and spent a Jolly time while In the 'ity. All of them were as eauer for news and information about the various points of interest as any tourist, and those who bad any data to (jive about the various Inlcii'Stinu scenes and 1 uililinns wire called upon to tell all they knew. , The enlii-,- party came here from the (Irani! canyon, win-re it had been for M'vcral ilavs. The party which came here is hut a small portion of the number of passenger officials which held a ri nt meetiiiK at Seattle, Wash. There were about 1Mb) repre sentatives of different roads nt this nie.-tiiiK, and it is said the satln-rliu was a very successful one. siinie of those who attended came home over (lie Santa Fe and some returni'4 .over more northern routes. , ' The piuiv which started over tho Sanla Fe originally numbered fifty people, hut from time to time differ ent members have dropped out and one home ahead of the rest, so that how the number is. co'risidcrablv de pleted. . . , . The roads 'represented included, he sides the Santa Fc, the Krle, Atlantic Coast, Pennsylvania, Chesapeake Ac Ohio, Creat Western of liondon, and many others. E CALLS IT A JOKE Mrs, Felesbe Jaramillo Hideo . in ..Acequia to Save Herself From Fury ; of Hubby, But Poes Not Want Him Arrested Driven fiofn Jiome yesterday after noon by the fury of her husband, who had armed himself with a lal'Ke pock et knife, Mrs. Felesbe .laramlllo crouched In the aceipiia, between the railroad tracks and l'.roadway, and pie. iilid with the policeman who ans wered the neighbors' call not In ar rest her husband as was only playinK will) her. Mrs. Jaramillo and her husband had been i,uarrelllnH. It is said, be cause she did not want lo Ket up. He is said to have attempted un attack on her wilh a pocket knife and sh- ran from Hie house to hide. The aceiiuta oiicrci ine most avauaoi, placc and in it she crouched. The neighbors. alarmed for fear .Tari'millo would actually Injure bis spouse, telephoned lor the police and an ofiicer responded within a shot ; tnnr. lie took Jaramillo into cusluilv regardless of his wife's entreaties and the man will have a heaiini; to morrow morning before .Indue li.eoixe n. Crala. Jaramillo admitted complicity In the afi'air and showed the otfioor the knife he had threatened fo use. ii'ij-j.'' HIS Fi 'I'.Tt yti Jn.k lilil Smith cuunts l,M fortuna la rv -n nirures. Jlni-HoK s that? Ja.k-lt.s vU MMl kJl t"1- 'aock-. DRIVEN FROM HOM BY HUSBAND. WIFE 1Z Jack Kiniif e Isn't the most comfortable way to be doubled up when taking , a bath, is it? It's the oil heater way, There's a better, cheaper and far safer way, Let us place one of our Gas Heaters in your 'bathroom hnd ' in a few moments the room will glow- with a' cheerful warmth, r: I . ' ' .' i ' Cost About 2 Cents Per Hour to Operate We will place one of our heaters' connected in your bathroom for $3,50 or $4,00, according to the size you select, Kill the chill with a Gas Heater, The Gas Co. Phone 98 and our representative will call on you GOVERNOR OTEROTD BE SOLE MANAGER FOR THIRD PART! Congressman Curry Still Loyal to Roosevelt Cause But De nies That He is to Take Over Reins in State, tie, irne Curry, former governor of New Mexico and representative in ('(inures from this stute, last ninht denied the reports that he was to take over ihf'-'iiiai'uiKement of Kookc velfs campaign in tile state and re affirmed his allegiance, to the Koose vcll cause. S!nee liovernor Curry's somewhat sudden departure for the north on the same train which carried the former president away from -this city, there have Ki'own current some rumors of a suspected Intention on the part of the colonel to supplant at least a por tion of the proftrcsslve ma nanemenl In tile state and Install the coiikicss miin instead, (iovcrnor Curry did not deny a cotilereiu-e with the presiden tial candidate, but declared positively that he was In t to take ov er the party reins ill New Mexico. 'iiovernor (itero Is managim? this campaign." he said, "and will con tinue to do so. I will render what assistance lo the party I can. That is all 1 care to say.'' MELINI VS. DINELLI AND LENCI0NI IS STILL ON IN DISTRICT COURT The case of Melinl vs. Tiinelli & l.eiuioni was still on at the closing of the day's session of the district court last evening, after three days' of tes timony and court procedure In gen eral. The actio, i is one to recover damagef for alleged Improper use of leased property belonging to Melinl and use,) by the defendants. Suit was filed yesterday in the dis trict court ly 11. II. Kay nguinst the Kerning Klectric Company for f lo.ouu, It being claimed that represents a commission, for lh,- sale of (he prop erty, dun W. A. Lamb and transferred by blip to Ihe plaintiff. - 'P.ernard Hot he was yesterday sued Keen Wits For Resolts Many foods lack brair -building material, ti Graoe is particularly rich in nourishment. Besides being well balanced for producing physical vigor, it contains Phosphate of Potash (as grown in wheat and bailey) the essential cell-salt used by Nature in building "gray matter" of brain and nerves, A regular morning dish of Grape-Nuts and cream has helped many a person to "be up and doing." And there's comfort in good health, ', "There's a Reason" for Grcpe-Nuts POSTUM CEREAL CJ.' LTD.. BATTLE CREEK, MICH. i for 1 1 i II 0 , ' aliened to be due on a promissory note, h.v Alfred Thelin, KUnrdlan of certain minors. The nolo Is aliened to have become duo sonio time iiKo. F.icher & Reynolds sued Howard WehliiiKcr for $150, alleged to be due them. The court docket for today stands an follows: l.inville vs. llrouson. Attorney for plaintiff, W. M. Clayton: for defend-' ant. P.. 1-. Moore. Trujillo va Abeyta. Attorney fur plaintiff, W. C. Heaoock; for defend ant, A. A. Sedillo. Hank of Commerce vs. flahaldon. Attorney for plaintiff, A. II. nobeii son; for defendant, AV. C. lteaciek. Trujillo vs. Sedillo. Attorney for plaintiff, V. C. Heaeock; for defen dant, A. A, Sedillo. Mirabal vs. Stephenson. Attorney for plaintiff, Mann & Venalile; for defendant, H. F. Adams. ' T.ohiitn vs. Ctitwi " A f I orro.i' for plaintiff, Marron & Wood; fur defen dant, M. C. Ortiz. Merger vs. Kenipenlch. Attorney for plaintiff, A. It. Robertson; for de fendant, F. II. Iester. Whitney Company vs. Ackerman. Attorney for plaintiff',' W. M. Clayton; for defendant, Ackerman. Weidlien vs. Warren. Attorney for plaintiff, A. B. llobertson; for defen dant, Matron & Wood. Dye Will case. Attorney for plain tiff, X. B. Field; for defendant, Mar lon & Wood, ;. ,S. Klock. Haca vs. City of Albuquerfue. At torney for plaintiff, Vigil & Jamison; for defendant, F. II. lister. Hill vs. Mirabal. Attorney for plaintiff, T. N. Wllkersnn; for defen dant, Mann & Venable. ' Iiy Vlcovaro," Italian scenic. Pas time, , MRS. WELLS TALKS TO LARGE AUDIENCE -T- i rv rv i niuinnU mi luoml ununun Mrs. Alice Stehhins Wells, the first policewoman ill the L'nited Stares, de livered a lecture last night on "The Social Question," at Ihe First liesbi ter'an church, under the auspices of the Woman's club and the Citizens leaaue. The lecture was attentively listened to oy the large audience pres ent. Mrs. Wells Is an intereslng speak er and handled her subject well. She has made a close study of police reg ulation in cities throughout the coun try, and especially in her home (ity. l.os Angeles, where she is a mombi-r of the police department under the civil service. FOOD Molts