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THE ALBUOuERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1912.
FIVE KM POLL BOOKS MAILED TO CANVASSING ORGANIZATION Governor, Chief Justice and Secretary of State to Go Over Returns Made by Dif ferent Precincts, lly yesterday uftcrniiun the ballots cast In Bernalillo county nt the gen eral election Tuesday, hiiil all been sent In to the office of the county clerk, sealed up in (heir respective boxes, and there they will stay until the vote has been canvassed, The poll books were sent by County Clerk A. K. Walker, except that from Alameda, which was mailed direct to the state canvassing board In Santa IV. This board Is composed of the governor, chief justice and secretary of state. Jt will canvass the returns, anil If everything is found correct, the ballots will be ordered destroyed. Maud Jl idler phcum. feature picture, ore- HEALTH RESTORED BY ECKMAN'S ALTERATIVE A Valuable I ti med y tor Loots. Throat and IT v hi are a niiffercr from (Jtaittlulitr Tuliei-eulnslw. or know of unyemt no ulfliel cil. il might ho well to iiuenllyute this ,', where the writer Uccloim after H year of siiffi'iliiit. ho fouml pciniaiii'iit rc lhr ami full recovery lo health lv hsIiik lick, nun's Altcnillvc, a hie, Heine vv hicti Iihr boon effective la aitoiy eimes of Tuberculo sis: ,"i7 I. moisten (J,-ru Iciiieii : In March, en sick ,in,l my lioetur cue "ruherrul-.sni, in lit, , at.. I'hili,., l'a. twin. I wan t.ik voonounceil mv (bun, Is.' Meilieul I , on ( in, til ,lkl not hcl: in,', mot on ni v nocioi- s lull Ice, I wont I, op liilofi ui out relief iioHiiltal to be M,H only tempo- r.iry. I loKt strength ami ut times would In April, l:U0. liiivo col, sweats, an, I fe 1 relurncil In llu- hoHpital, hul the titiueil npernt lean wor,; not benefiting nie. "In tho meantime, a friend of mine ad vised I'Vluniin'f, Altcr.itlce, miying It Him K 1 for Tulicrculcsiy. The wound In my nook wcro mill open and in n flit; In fill enn' ilititm when I stalled to take it. 'After usinu two bodies. 1 found I u its impci lint, hiivinir gniiicu weight, coulil eat and vwip iilde to sleep. I oontinued usinst It until 1 v.cs well, w llleil vv ;,H in November. lull,, lofore I look the medicine 1 had II, roe Ih tnorrhio: s; since 1 have been hiking it. I leive not had any. (in Nmeinhei' 11. lltlll. 1 sl.iitcd to work, ii since Dial, lime I li.-ivo not ,,st one day's work thimigh sick iie,i, l can biK'ily recommend Kekman's Aheintivo to anyone who i sufrerliiK from Tub, rculosis or ili,iid troiildc, provldiiiK tioy lake It 1,8 directed. I will Kindly cor respond witti any party ileplrimr further In foi million of w hat the medicine did for Hi"." (Sworn affidavit) .IOSR1MI II. WHITfv Ki'lniiatl's Alterative is effective iti Ilroll chilis, Aslhiim, lluy I'Yver; 'l'l,i'o;,t and l.li'iK Trouhlcs .and In uplinildiuK the system. lines not contain poisons, ophites or huliit-fol'inini; , Irons. For sulc by Alva ratlo drug store and IMgliljutH l'hiirttiiiey and other lea, lintf Uruggiats. Ask for book let telling of recoveries and write to Mrk Minn I. at, oratory, jhiludelphlu. l'a . for ad ditional evidence. Eleetaical. 'By Miss Marshal! Of The Westinghouse Electric And Manufacturing Company At the Offices of THE ALBUQUERQUE GAS, ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY Friday and Saturday Afternoons and Evenings November 8 and 9, 1912 I DELGAD ILLO WILL BE HANGED HERE. Old Mexico Native Convicted of First Degree Murder to Pay Penalty at Early Date; Other Prisoners Sentenced, For the first time 'n many years, capital punishment will be Inflicted on a convicted murderer in llornalillo county as u result of the sentences yes terday infll 'ted by Judge Herbert i' Itaynolds on the prisoners found guil ty or pleading guilty at the recent term of court. Denieelo llelgndillo, a native of did Mexico, who was con victed ,f the murder of Soldad Zorra r.ino, will be the victim of the law who will pay this penalty. UelKadillo was sentenced yesterday to be hung by Sheriff Jesus. Knmoro on Noveniber I'llth. He had liltle to say after sentencing, but le, land be fore band that lie was innocent of the crime fastened upon him and that his leaving the city had been doe to a trip south b collect j:sf owed him by one Juan Uevoltado. Theodore (ioulct, convi"le,i of the murder of Policeman Alex Knapp. who was found gtrlty in the see,, ml degree, received a sentence of seventy to ninety-nine years In the peniten tiary. Coulet said nothing when sen tenced, but his attorney look an ap peal. Hond wus (Ixed at. S 21,0M and when the district court office closed last night, bond had not been secur ed. fain L.vlo, the negro convicted of the slaying of Ira Ctirr. also colore.), last l-'ebruary, was sentenced to forty to sixty year in tho penitentiary. I. vie made an appeal to the court for leni ency, declaring that he could, not see how any intelligent Jury could have convicted him on the evidence, lie re iterated , his testimony on the stand, to the effect that be was forced to shoot Carr because he believed Can was about to shoot him. Mrs Surah Hunter, convicted of as sault with a deadly weapon, commit ted upon the person of her husband, John Hunter, was given a year in the penitentiary and sentence was sus pended, l'.olli are colored. Hunter did not want bis wife prosecuted. Sarin Armijo, who so nearly caii.i'd the death of 10. W. Foe through bullet wounds Inflicted in a fit of jealous anger, and who pleaded Ktiilty to a churue of assault with intent to kill, was Kiven a sentence of four to four and a half years In the penitentiary. This is within six months of the 1vk.iI limit for this offense. The six months' reduction was (.'ranted because of A r mi.lo's pleadini; mnlty. Through an at torney, Armijo pleaded for the leni ency 'of the court, declaring that hej had been drunk nt tint time. 21 NOVEMBER 29 YOU AH mm Kduarilo ("III was given a sentence of twelve to eighteen months In the penitentiary for currying it gun. He also gatd he was drunk at the time. Guadalupe Torres was Riven a sen tence of six months in jail, to date from August .' III. when he was first Imprisoned, for assault with a deadly weapon. Torres' sentence was HgWcn ed because of his extreme age and previous good character. J. It. Itasor. who pleaded guilty to tlu..rishlng it hum, u.is given a six months' In 1 1 sentence, which was sus pended. Ho had been in Jail since April 10th. Aristeo Crespin was arraigned yes terday ami idea, led guilty to a charge of wife desertion. He was given n three months' jail senlen 'c, w hich the court suspended, on condition that he Income reconciled to his wife. .MANY tJVII. ACTIONS a i c i : si iti i:i hy t'oniT. Three civil actions were Mettled by Judge Ko.vnoliis cslerduv. , in tile case of the Sanitary Plumb ing & Healing Co.. vs. Andrew W. Anson, the cntirt granted u Judgment for $-l.sfi.!)K with costs, fees and In terest, and sustained a writ of at tachment previously levied on certain poods of Anson's. The sheriff was or dered to sell these and apply the pro ve, ds on tilt' judgment. In the ise of Kosn Toti, ct al., vs. Candeneio Toll, a number of pieces of real estate wire ordered sold and ilie proceeds il'vided among the heirs. II. H. Cornell was named to make the sale. The petition ol Frank li. Morris to have the court appoint John S. rie.i ven as bis guardian, was granted. Mor ris, who is onlv IS years old, Is sup porting six brothers and sisters. He claimed in hs petition that he bad work In prospect at the Santa l'"e shops, but that to accept It he would have to have a "minor's release" signed by his guardian. The action was ordered entered free tin the court rec ords. George S. Klock. acting as at torney without fee for the petitioner. ritiscMiits uii.i iii:.i si:ii.v; timi: today. The sentenced prisoners will be taken to fanta J'V this morning, ex cept Delgadillo, who will be kept in the county jail. Sheriff Jesus Romero and three guards will have charge of them on the trip to the state penal institute. DEATHS AND FUNERALS. Mis. .loana I. ys.es tic (.nlmlilon. Airs. .1 nana l.vses de Cabaldou. Ill years old, died Wednesday ufternoon at her home. Two sons, Toribio and Jose Nievl. survive. The funeral is lo be held this morning. Chns. S. Hedge, 1 4 U K. 2nd St., Hastings, Xebr., writes: "I have been troubled with severe pains In my back and kidneys, and pains were es pecially severe morn'ngs. 1 have used three boxes of your Foley Kidney Fills and the pains have entirely left me. I now feel well as ever." J. II. U'ilielly Drug Co. I Inrl's ( irplicum every night. continuous show CORDIALLY IFW1T0) TO SIX GOOD MUSICAL ORGANIZATIONS WITH TEACHERS Santa Fe, Las Vegas and Tip cumcari High Schools, Nor mals and State University Represented, A sextette of classy musical aggre gations from as many institutions scat tered over the slate arc lore with the educators who al e atti nding the meet ings f New Mexico lidueutional Association, and are proving valuable advertising teaiures for the towns from which they come. They are also on practically every program of the association, and furnish a desirable cultural phase of the benefits derived from the association meetings. The sextette includes high school glen clubs from l.as Vegas and Santa Fe; an orchestra from the Tucumcari high school; a ladles' ipiartetti'' from the New Mexico Normal school at Silver City, and glee i lulls from the New Mexico Normal t'niversity at l.as Vegas, and the I'niversity of New Mex ico in this city. The orchestra is composed of about twenty pieces and is under the leauei sliip of J. H. Henderson. Its personnel is as fellows: Misses .illii Whlltooi". Miipitte Sandusky; Messrs. Virgil '- wart, Norval Jones, F.dwln Paddock, lialnh Paddock, Kayinond Perkins, Karl Uerhearilt, Charles ( loldenberg, Max (ioldenberg. Clyde Jackson, Hud son Pays, George lilkins, Claude Prawning, Poland Hopper. The Faculty iiuartette. of the New Mexico Normal school is composed of MIssch Forsylhe, Ward, Hnbbell and Light. Miss Marriott Is accompanist. The I'niversity of New Mexico Glee club, which is led by Miss Mary McFie, director of the department of music, is composed of the following: Sopranos, Charlotte Pratt, Irene Holdt, Treasure, Hartmann, Julia Kcleher, Herulcu 1 lespeldell, l.aureen Assclln, Maymo Kelly, Dora .Suckles, Ol'.le Hinds, Mar garet Schmidt. Jieatrice Armijo. Second sopranos: Amelia McFie, Florence Seder, Mary Cooper, l.ueile Pearl, Aureliii Mitchner. Altos: Helen James, Cleo Kelly Kvelyn liveritl, Clarlbel Goodlier, Charlotte I.cmbke, Pauline Sevvell, Mary Bright, Thclmn London. I.A.N VKGVN HIGH SCHOOL t M il KKIMiX ADI'S .IOI HN AL. The Cllrls' Glee club of the l.as Ve gas high school serenaded the Morn ing Journal staff yesterday afternoon. The club Is composed of a number of clear-voiced young ladies, whose cho ral paeans were pleasing in the ex treme. They are certainly some glee club. Strange to say, they arc under 3Z Ml 1U, H . Sijt ikiM Ml Cookmrug the direction of a male vocal teacher. Phillip A. Callahan. The club is com posed of the following girls: Chellu Van Patten, Kalherine Sec llnger, .Hilda Nelson, lb ssie Nlssen. Alia Craven, It, cba Sands, ellle Wells, Alice Cornell, Ituth Anderson, Selma Paulsen, Lillian llorton. The orchestra, which played for "The Spinning lice," last night, was comp, sed of Lucy Myers and Ituth Secllngcr. Virginia Floyd and Mr. Cal lahan. Mrs. Charles Kobn directed this charming little operetta. Ml no TO SHOW CITY TO ALL TEACHERS Everyone Who Wants to Cait a Crowd of Pi city School Ma'ams Around Town Should Call Up Tom Naylon, Autos are wanted. Not for sale None have been lost. Ilul the Com mercial club expects to find a lew dozen today. As bait they are holding out some mighty attractive conditions. First, they want the antes so that the teachers can be shown the town properly. Second, Ihev guarantee that all cars illivcn bv bachelors shall be filled with young and pretty sehoolma'ams. Third, cars driven by married women shall be filled with the most gossips1 among the crowd. (None of them are real gossips.) Fourth, married men driving ears will not be given more than three piatty passengers In each carload. livery one who can spare an hour today Is urged lo telephone Tom Nay lon, secretary of the Commercial club and tell bin) what hour they can spare to i-how the teachers the city. Mr. Naylon will then make up a party to comfortably fill the proffered car for that hour. For Instance, n crowd from Socorro will be sent In one car. a crowd from Las Vegas in another, and so all will be kept filled with people they know. It Is hoped In this manner to get plenty of cars lo take all the teach ers for a pln over A lbu,Ucr,iie's fine paved streets through tin, busl nen and residential sections, and over a county road that ought to be paved, up to the university Joseph McCaffrey, Vice PreH. for Neh. Greeters tif America, Omaha, states: "I cheerfully recommend Foley's Honey and Tar Compound as a sure cure for coughs and colds. 1 have used it myseir.and have recom mended It to others who have since told me of Its great curative power in diseases of (lie throat and lungs." J. H. O'Ulelly Drug Co. Strings and Springs musical comedy, Orpheuni. 0 J.B. COODELL HOSTESS UT BANQUET AT Manager of Albuiiueiiiue Busi ress College Entertains Party of Visiting Teachers at Elaborate Spread, The ban, plot given at the Alv.irado hotel last night ) .). I'. Good, II, im ager of the Allot, f.lor, pie I ll!M lie' ! I ', I - lege to the visiting business I, a, licit attending tile sessions of til - New Mexico lidlicational Association, v as a brilliant event and one .! the n,,.s, ell. lovable soda1 alfairs in conn, Wllh the leg liacllolV coliventio'. The west annex was used and 'tie sp. eial tnosi'- hy the I l Monro ore! h ra. elaborate , lee, o o lions and clcv c alter dinner speeches went to look the affair a te d ew oil b v one. The 1 m lal le. wbh cover- lor t hiitv-t vv o, w.i ext i a v a g.illt l dictated III big veil' i hr sanl hemuii.s. vv nh garlands ,, snulax extending the lull length , lal le. Attractive place cardv oibl 111, 11 the beauty of the appolnlnn ills one the favors were yellow roses. Prof .1. V. Clark aeied a t I , ism. o i ler and responses were made by I. li. Go, dell, W. A. Poole. of falsi, ml: Mlfs Susie Whltakel'. of Las Vega.i: II. C. lidwards. Miss Helen Calklna, of Silver City, and F. li. Clark. Covers were laid for these: Mi.-", Klla Nil, In, Italon; Miss Susie Whita ker, Fast Las Vegan; Waller Norton. Santa Fe: Mr .and Mrs. Kupert F. Asplund, Santa Fe; Mr. J. I). I lender son. Tiii'itmcarl, (chairman); W. s. JSnrns. Tucumcari; J. S. I Infer, Tu cnniarl; V. L. Griffin, Clovls; W. A. I'.iore, Carlsbad: Helen Calkins, Silver City; W. A. Keleher. Albmpieripie; Mr. and Mrs. George Patrldge. Miss Josephine Parsons, .1. V. Clark, Mm. lilla M. Le liar. Mr. and Mrs. John Milne, Mr. and Mrs. A. 1 1. Stroup, Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. F. li. Clark ( rnderw o,l ) ; Mr. F,l wards, (Smith! : Miss Maude Hancock, Alamogoido; J. li. Goodell, C. M. Prukc and Miss Pauline Cartwrlghl. WATER PLANT AT CLAYTON DESTROYED BY FIRE; LOSS $2,000 Hwlol ('urrrwimmlcnrf to Marnlnir .lournii!! Clayton, N. M., Nov. 7. The old water plain caught fire here at ! o'clock this morning from the elec tric motor and was completely gtitled. The plant belonged lo the town. The people aie situarely up against a wa ter famine unless the railroad com pany lends aislstaiiee. The loss Is es timated at about IJ.OOO. Maud Muller, Hart's orpheuni the ater. & TmtiMwi mJ faiffauu ALVARADQ ATTEND 0 for Pimples Never! Sui.iic YoiirvH" b.V Having a 25c Pottle. liid you ever see tcich a difference? iKMu Is certainly a null V el. This In what you will say niter your first li lal of the new remedy, ZliMO. ZliMo Is a clear ll,tiltl; you Just rub it on the skin; It sinks rl' .ht In, All iteliliv: stops: it Is F.uaranleed to do it, and does it. After a few applica tions, every pimple, every blotch, all eey.eiua soles, eey.eica pain, black hca, b. prickly beat an 1 rash simply vanish. Piovc it conclusively at a cost of only a lew ( cuts. Vou never saw anything in your life o,t Ilk,- .liMu on Inflamed or rcd ileiiid skin, sores, cuts, bruises, or doioli nil'. li.M(i is sold at drug stores in 2." cciht and $1 bottles, or sent direct, on receipt of price, by li. W. Rose Medi cine Co.. St. Louis, Mo. This ti bot tle contains six times as much us the J.",-, cut I, mile. S, !,l and guaranteed in .'vlbuquer ipic b.v the Alvarado Pharmacy. ASSOCIATION MAY BE MADE STATE WIDE IN SCOPE The Parent!-' and Teachers' Co-opcr- alive association, organized in Albu- ,pi, l,iie several wcckh ago 10 pi,,o,,,i the Interests of pupils and parent alike, will meet this afternoon at i 'clock in Ihe Central school building Mrs. Theresa II. White, superinten dent of industrial education In tin slate, will preside at the meeting. It Is likely that plana will be com pleted today for (he widening of tin scope of tile local association so as i maki the organization slate-wide. All those Interested 111 the child wel fare movement are urged to aitelil ti duy'H meeting. DRY HACKING COUGH Any physician will tell you thai while an ordinary cough which he comes loose 111 a few days does not amount to much, you ought to guard very carefully against the dry hack ing cough that hangs on for week.' ,,r longer. Cough syrups do no good In such cases, it takes a remedy that goes deeper. i The bronchial Irritation that cnusi dry coughs Is due to lowered vitality Itulld mi your strength just as quick as you can by taking Vlnol, our de licious cod liver and Iron tonic thir has benefited so ninny people hen this season, it Is a wonderful remedy to build you up and help your sys tem throw off that cough. Ir. J. F. Funis, Atlanta. On., says Vlnol has n c(,ual for healing up coughs am bronchial troubles. Try Vlnol wt give hack your money if It does no do Vill that we say. We know for wi have seen It do so much good. J. H o'Heilly Co., tnugglsls, All'Uipieripie N". M. II