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r TRE ALBTJOUERQUE MORNING JOUBHUL, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1912.
FIVE I WORTHLESS CHECK IS GIVEN E. GRADI BY LOCAL WAITER A check for $lti.S.j was passed ,Sun- liiy cvoniinc dn K. Cradl. proprietor nf u South Kirst Blri't't place, by a in'nii who u'uvo his name as .a line lircxel. Th check was refused by th hank vhen presented thin morn' iipi. Someone, presumably lircxel, 1'ail made out the check payable in "l.u Hue lh'exor uml had signed the name of (!. h. Turner. An additional "I! was thrown in fur irood nicas- nrc, I ut mm Turner .Mr. Cradl cashed UoniiiKly. was known to him, the chock umiut'M- Turner, who Is a waller, said last l iKhl (hat Drcxel had been at work at a local hotel for several davs, lint that he was now missing. The mat ter has liecn reported to the police. T)rexel Is allesi'd to have secured $12 from some younn men to bet on last night's fistic encounter, hut thev are now shy both bet and cash. Drcxel had if room at a hotel South First street, but did not si ep inert- .stinday iiikIU. although It was paid ror in advance t For Your Thanksgiving Dinner We Have i i t 4 Large White Cauliflower Fresh Green Beans Fresh Wax Beans Fresh Lima Beans Fresh Peas California Head Lettuce Sweet, Crisp, Native Celery Fancy Tomatoes Young Onions Radishes ? Cranberries Arizona Oranges Grapes Bananas Apples Pomegranates Heinz Mince Meat (bulk and jars) New Dates and Figs Fancy Table Raisins Cocoanuts Pop Corn Bulk Olives A limited number of Se lect Young Home-Grown Turkeys, alive, 20c a lb. UJafy Phone 172 i t 1 t t Ml You' Reserved Seat For the MUNSTOEL Opens The Show Is Wednesday and Thursday, ELECTRIC LINE IS TO iGeneral Electric Company Of ficials Now .Inspecting Pro posed Route' Between Cloud croft and Pecos Valley, Smm-IiiI ('.rri.K,ii(l,.ine to Mornlnu .liiurnah i londcrot t, X. .M., Nov. ;;.-,, Friday William Morgan Hand, manager of the Kansas City office of the (leneral Klocirie Company, accompanied by ( OPEN UP SOUTHERN NEW MEXICO onl1'. Carroll, arrived in Clouderol t to in of I make in speelinn tbi- proposed route tor an electric Tine Horn Cloud - croft to the Peons valley. These K(,n - tlcineii have been considering this line for some time and wen- first in terested In the proposition by J. (,'. Jones who has discused the matter with them several times. Mr. Jones recently met with the business Men's Association of I'loudoroft and discuss ed the matter and arranged for the two gentlemen named to come to i 'loiulcrot't to look the proposition over. t'poii arrival Messrs. Hand" rind Carroll conferred with J. I. I'.ailey, C. 1-'. Knight, J. A. Tatiim and Scott C. Williams, officers of the liuslness Men's Association regarding a trip over the proposed route. A rig was secured and a drive was made to ,1. C. .Toticff ranch down Cox canyon. II. Clove, a merchant and ranch owner at that point is now showing tbcm over the ground to the Pecos valley. This is u matter that descrjos ser ious consideration by all who arc hi terested in this section of New Mexico. i An electric line to the J valley will mean an easy manlier of making section of the state that Is at present undeveloped. It will give an nutlet ! for the mountain farmers and fruit j growers to market their crops and will mean an i asier matter for making livestock shipments. Water will be utilized to generate power for operaling the line power elect I'll if it is built. There are two routes proposed down Cox Canyon and Ihe other down Jones canyon out of c'louderoft. doing through the Pcnuseo valley sec tion the road will touch sonic of the richest parts of Otero county, ,nr the state for that matter. Messrs. Hand and Carrojl represent men who arc financially able to put through the proposition without the sale of one dollar in stock to outside parties. It is not to be niah- a stock selling scheme but If the line is built it will be because it will be a paying propo sition there being untold resources in this section of the new state of Now Mexico. "I nm pleased to recommend Cham berlain's Cough Itemedy as the best thing I know of and safest remedy for coughs, colds and bron-'hial trou ble," writes iUrs. I.. 1!. Arnold, of Den ver, Colo. "We have used It repeated ly and it has never failed to give re lief." For sale by all druggist. ANOTHER ALLEGED WHITESLAVE ARREST Atlanta, Ha.. Nov. 25. Another ar rest was made ly the federal authori ties here in connection with the al leged effort to force Miss Ccm-vievc Hoodwin. Ihe nurse girl from Cincin nati, into "while slavery." T. .). Pender, of Forsytho, (la., who has been financing a musical comedy HavetofHuriry ELEC This Morning at Mat son's rompany here", wan takiMt In churne when ho appeared at t li local to visit Mm. Kiiimii Pauline JiiiJsou, mummer of th troupe, anil Hubert Hi'Ur, slime director, already under iirrctl. The throe air In tail tonlMht, litliiK unable (o tiliti, in t . 1 1 . Miss (Inodwiu. who came here to jcln tile romiany ami whose com plaint resulted In federal action, In in I ho clly wllh frlendK. HOUSE COMMITTEE ON CURRENCY REFORM Washington, Nov. 25. I'lans for I extended hcnrihiis as to the country's ctirrcllcv svstcm u..ri discussed todav by the sob-committee of (he house bunking and ciirrenc.v commlltee. Tin- Aldrlch currency plan was re ferred to this siib-eomiuittee, but In view of the declaration of the demo cratic national platform against the Aldrich scheme, the coiiunitlee Is ex pected to evolve an entirely different system. It Is understood that hear iniis will begin early in .lanuary. The smaller country bankers, merchants and representatives of labor Interests will be asked to appear. I v i it-y-i r- rM- a ap r aa iti ! r- rnulmr NN TRIAL OF MRS, LESH Si da Mo., Nov. 25. Little prog- loss was made today In the '.rial of Mm. Pansy Kllen l.esh. charged with i the murder of Mrs. Klizabcth (Junin-tane- at t Ircenriilgc. Mo. Court was In session only two hours after the work of selecting a jury la-Ran and at adjournment a panel of forty men from which twelve Jurors will be I chosen, bad been draw n from the special venire of seventy-two. It was 'believed tonight that tile Jury would ihe completed and the introduction of ,cvidence Would begin late tomorrow. HARVESTER OFFICIAL GOVERNMENT WITNESS Chicago. Nov. 25. Kt'cd Itolilpson. vice president and general niaiultier of the Case Threshinif Machine Com- j ,,;iy f Kaeine, wis., a t II.OiKl.imn corporation, was the principal witness for the government today In the suit In the dissolution of the international Harvester Company. He was at one time a member of the Milwaukee Har vester Company, a concern absorbed by the International in 1HU2. Profits of the Milwaukee company, according to the witness who negotiated the op tion on the property to J. P. Morgan and Oeorge W. Perkins, averaged $5(1(1,01111 a year for the two years be fore the acquisition of the property by the combination funned in 1 90 2. The sale of the Milwaukee Harvester Company, according to the witness, was made through H. 1 . M iddlekuiiff to Perkins and Morgan. "The Milwaukee company was pur chased tor the liitcrnadonal Harvester combination for approximately (1(111. (Mill, said the witness. The threshing machine company official said that the Case organization competed with the International Har vester Comnnnv in but two Hems of illarvester implements: Spredders anil gas tractors. iWOMAN MOTORCYCLIST HAS EVENTFUL TRIP Omaha. Neb., Nov. : rib, a badly damaged ous other bruises whi weeks in a hospital ti 15. i iin broken I've and nunicr ii it took three i patch up, has not been siiflieient to dampen the ur dor of Miss "Cy" Woodman, who Is motorcycling from New York to San Francisco. Miss Woodman spent to night in Omaha a guest of Postmaster Wharton. Fifteen days of actual i tinning time was used by Ihe cyclist, from New York, which is near the record. She received her hardest hump near les Moines, where she undertook to "take" a sand pile at the fool of a hill while she was traveling thirty five miles an hour. She will leave for Deliver tomorrow morning. Sale rJ Nov. 27 and 28 , , .., " ' i ' - - ... ROOSEVELT'S FUND George W. Perkins Contributed $130,000; New York Dem ocrats Have Surplus; Repub licans Show Deficit, Illy Vl,,riil,n .liiurmd iri-ll I iiinl Mri-.) .Atnaiiy, . ,, .Nov. 25. I'onu ilut tions, totalling i;iis.Mi:, to aid tie landldaey of Colonel lioosevi It for'tlm presidency, went received bv the na tional committee of the progressive party, according to a certlflcaie giv ing the final Humes filed with the sec relary or state today. The expenses of the committee were $K4l.7MI. The New ork stale commit! f the progressive party certllied that It received J2 1 (i,:i(i;! of which INK. 55(1 was contributed by the national com mittee. Cicorgc W. Pcikiitf gave the nation al progressive committee JHPi.nilil ami the state committee I (l.miu. whll l iank A. MtniKcy lontilbuted 4-101.-25i) to the -national committee and $tl. (OKI to till- state commlltee. other heavy contributors to the national committee were Douglas liobinson, .il.2.oi; V. K. P.oosevi'lt. $5n.(ilu; Kobert llacon, $211.5(10; A. Iloeksher and Alexander Smith Coch ran, each $25.11(111; Thomas 11. Piatt. Massachusetts, $2". linn, Mrs. Willard Straight and Frauds W. J'.lrd. each lii,(MKl; Air. and Mrs. K. II. Hooker of New York, $12,511(1; Peter J. I la iisknecht, of Pennsylvania, $12.50n; lieorge F. Porter of Illinois $11,501); C (i. Vnnderbllt. Heorge Moore An toinette K Wood, William P. Kim, of New York, Alfred I.. Hak.r, of Illi nois, $5,011(1. The expenses of the committee were divided as follows: Itailroad tra nspui lation and ex penses of speakers. $T!l,ii:i0: salaries of employes, $51.1155; advertising $5. 51S; printing, $l2t.Mti; office sup plies $ 1 (l,ii!l(i: postage and express. $25.1 5X; telegrams and telephones, $1S,KS3; rem, $S,4Hii; paid to pro gressive state committees In thirty ('Kill states, $273,257; the rest was spent for small expense accounts. Charles P.. Ibrd gave the stale pro gressive committee $50,0(10. other large contributions came from the Oscar S. Straus campaign committee, $12,200; Oscar S. Straus personally. $S00 and Mrs. Straus. $2,500. The democratic state committee filed a certificate showing that it re ceived $213. S37 and expended $I!IX, 0ti5. The republican slate committee certified that it received $.'12'.I.!H1 ami spent $3 lit. 22(1. leaving a balance of $ 1 0,625. with which to meet outstand ing bills aggregating $lo,75o and four loans amounting to $74,S50. ' "I do not believe there Is ntiy other tnedlclno so good for whooping cough as Chamberlain's Cough Itemedy," writes Mrs. Francis Turpln, Junction City, Ore. This remedy Is nlso unsur passed for colds anil croup. For sale by all druggists. TRAINMEN SHY AT ARBITRATION BOARD Cleveland. O.. Nov. 25. The de mands of the llrotherhood of Hall way Trainmen will not be submitted to a board of Hi bltratlon, such as that which sedled the engineers' wage dispute with the fiftv-two railroads east of Chicago. President W. ti. I.ee. of the trainmen, said todav. If their schedule should be sub mitted to an arbitration board, he says, the board must consist of men familiar with railroad matters rather than members representing public in terests. The demands upon which a vote Is now being taken among the 175, 00(1 trainmen are not so much for a gen eral increase as for II minimum wng ep, Mr. I.ee said. New pictures. Pastime and Crystal. ASK REFUND OF FEE FOR FILING DEEDS TO AWARDED LOTS Complaint was made yesterday to Chief of pol eo MoMlllin bv a woman that her nuduml had paid SI4.5II to ti. K. Klsworth for filing the deed to a free lot. Alter an Interview with the chief. ilKsworlh refunded the money. No sooner had Klsworth left police benibiiiarters than a man appeared and said he had paid $7.25 for Un filing of a deed to another lot. Colli lots were' awards for attendance ai the Ocm theater. Shadow dance, Colombo Hall. Thursday night. Monster orchestra. BURNING SHE0 FIRES ROOFS OF TWO HOUSES Fire starling in a shed at the rear of 4'J0 North llroadwav al I: II." o'clock ycslerdav afternoon burned the roof from the adjoining house, owned by .Mrs. .1. .VI. Kro n It, and the house next dour before it was extin guished. The shed Was totally do st roved. The fir,. no II are lllialile to explain the origin of Hie fire. The shed was nearly gone when Ihe Highland de partment le.olie,! Ihe place and flames alieioh wen- leaning up from the roofs nf the two dwellings. The houses an- adobe structures and ml.-, the roofs were damaged. Crystal. rathe Vi lv. SIXTY - ACRE TRACT SELLS FOR $19,000 AMOUNTED TO !W69 'Hp-ln f orrr.iM.nilrne lo MornUm .I.Mirnrtl I Arti -ia. X. M.. Nov. 2:,. W. I., t-'a-i son has sold his sixty seres ol lad living on the west side of rtesia ! William M Kelt, for the sum of .: 1 :i 1,1(10. The s ib Wits closed last we, k through T iv lor-l lyati Commission I'nliil ntiy. .Mr licit moved here about idobei ilt from ,klah'imu and he and .Mrs. licit ban- Pei n making their home at Hotel It.irduiek. i RAISING MONEY TO COMPLETE BLACK MESA PROJECT Two-Thirds of Sum Necessary Already Secured to Prosenite Work on Bis Water System Near Raton, -i liil trri-iiiiml r In Morning .Imminl Union, ,. M ., .,,v, j;,. A AUm K,.,v close to the $7 ii mark Is the result to date of tl fit made (o secure the required $l,l.noi necessary to re habilitate the Clack mesa project ami save water rights to tin- flood waters of the Siigalite depression. The re maining $3. (loo must lie secured and employed In actual construction work oeiore January 1, 1H13, If the options on these valuable water rights no not revert to Irrigation interests further south holding second filings. The proposed tilaek mesa reservoir project Is loeateil within a radius ol seven miles nf Caton.. the reservoir site aluiiit four miles southeast of ltatim and Ihe lauds to be irrigated, not to exceed 5, acres lying ap proximately ten miles Southwest of the reservoir site. The Fields, Fellows and llinderllder Fngliiecring Com pany of Denver, has made a thorough Investigation of the proposed projec' and have submitted the following re port; The lamls arc suitable r.ir irriga tion, an- of good quality and are capa ble of falsing any crops that can be raised in northwestern New Mexico, Including alfalfa. Ihe various grains, small fruits, potatoes, sugar heels, etc. The climate Is excellent, temperatures ranging from maximum of approxi mately id degrees ill summer to mini mum of approximately minus 20 de grees In winter. The pro.li et will do pend upon the water supply ami the runoff of the Itcd river or Canadian liver, and more particularly upon ihi runoff of the Union and Chlco lileo hecks, covering approximately ninety- six g i tin re miles o drainage area. The elevation ranges from 0,000 to !i,noo foot the country Is rough and moun tainous and the proportion of runoff due to precipitation should lie high. As precipitation increases with alti tude, the record of rainfall taken at Katon !s perhaps much less than that at the summit of the range drained by the two creeks. This Is prolialilv 'is high as twenty Inches on the average per annum ami perhaps higher. The records tit I'atoii. which are incom plete, from lsini to Hioii, carefully tub iilated in the engineers' report show an average precipitation of more than fifteen inches. From the records it 1 llaton for the pant two years, taken with greater care, the cllniatologlcal tables show a precipitation of IS. 55 Inches In 111 II with proinlsts f ir over twenty Inches for the present year. Scientific Investigation has deter mined that a 15-Inch precipitation will produce a one-half Inch runoff for had water sheds to as high as six Inches for "good" water sheds. Fri to this data, the engineers' report esti mates that one arid one-half Inches Is a reasonable estimate for this dis trict. The exhaustive report draws the conclusion, for these reasons, that it would be safe for this project to depend upon a supply of not less than 5,000 acre feet practically the entire year; also, that the cost will not be excessive and that the project Is, on the whole, a merlloiis one and should h ' proceeded with. l-'lrst Critic I understand you saw Kerl liner's new comedy last night, Who played the hero'.' Second Critic I did. I sal through the whole thing. t'hlladelphlii Unc ord. Eczema and Blotches Go! Costs You Only Hoe to Try ZI VIll uml I'lovc W hat a Wonder it Itcally Is. Apply Zlilld on those I ezelna sores, that nothing else you have ever tried lias beitefilcd and all itching will stop, and in a few days those very sores will be gom absolutely gone! A trial of ZICAlo proves It positively' There will not be a spot left, the skin will he as smooth and clear as though i'ou never hud eczema In your life. If you have dandruff, there's an other chance o prove how Wonder fill .K.M'i Is. y.KMii positively slops it lo prove what it will do in curing c cm,i, Heliing, i 1 1 1' I . i 1 1 1 1 1 1 -1 or Irrilal- ed skin, dandruff, blotches. pimple i tits and .-ari t. vmir drugg.M will sii ply you wllh a 2."-mil bottle. Is Kiiai atileed lo stop Itching. ZKAlt i is sold in :i.-i i ill and tl hoi ties at drug store receipt of price, I cilio Co., St. I.olli or sent I-:, w. it .Mo. The -t much i direct, o use Modi I- ImiUI s ihe lb".. contains six times a.- bottle. Sold and guar, nit Ulle by the Alvaradi ed in Albiiitui I'll. l rinaev . For Sale Cheap l olly cipilppcd bol lie works, t.ood s)ing bii-loe-s. l ine in ve-llneol. lb t location In l"n. Address Itox ll.'t. enre lournnl. !; XiX BLADDER ; 2 h o u rjs I KENTUCKY CAPITALISTS ON VISIT TO CLOVIS (i,.-ln 4 irr-ii,nlt'lH t ti Clovis, N M ., ,. .Mansfield, one oi the business men in this i i Mnrnlntf .limril ill 2.' V. I.. It II IS I promllli-UI lection, has Just returned fi old home oin an extended trip to his mi Franklin eoniitv, Ken brought back wllh htm a ospe. im s, consisting of tin- lucky. He party of pfi lollowlnK K nllelllell IU I Dieppe. Hi nry Kaenioer. Il Threhlkehl. Sam S. Nee I. Willis Tavior, Dr. F. .1. Hick man, and .1. P. st, mil. liner. All are men of means and in an Interview c pressed lllcnisehis as exceeding I.V well pleased wuh this round v. Air '" teinheunei , the spokc-mian of the said It was practically a cer tainty that each of Hi. in would III vest In Curry county property before they returned lo-me. The Iflee brothels have bollghl the l.epy building, a to.-t,,ry brick oat Main street. This is one of the lui buildings In elm I- and II U sm ! that the new ownets will move their furniture stole llom West lilalld ave nue into this building. BAGGAGE SMASHING IS NO LONGER PERMITTED No s m . shed trunks at the Sanla re station The davs o strictly spea In No more w ( gage room he trunk fall oil vv it hunt a n contents The Sanla I local baggage the principal lines, a porta f lit tig. II lit aid. baggage smasher. lie over. knight to let ; I the I'.lf. ::nl pound hard (loot II or Us 10 k to III 11 to SIM 'e will soon lust, i II in Us room, a ltd in fact, a I ah stations on i lie i oa.-o blc baggage mat which will be used in Un filled with trunks, up ol scrap air lengths and place Ulllo The hose I SO ding n a I s cut as tt or trucks ire made In short form a cushion for heavy trunks to fall upon. Insuring against damage from break ing both trunk and contents. No more will tlie poultry raiser of the country (ear breakage when ship ping a few do.en eggs for market lug ill the city. ia the costless baggage route, or the shippers of oilier break able goods, he dubious ahollt sending itrtieleii in that maimer, for the new mats will be like pillows Ion, p. (led with the cement floors. Two (,f the mats will be pi 1 in the local baggage loom, Tlo-.v arc four feet long and two feel wide. The device will In a wav make vv oi I. easier for the employes, GASSY, UPSET? BU SLUGGISH That awful sourness, hclchlug of acid and foul gases; thai pain In the pit of the Klmniii h, the heartburn, nervousness, nausea, bloating after calitig, feeling of fullness, dl.lmss and sick headache, means your stom ach Is full of sour hlh your liver Is torpid your bowels constipated. It Isn't your stomach's fault It Isn't Indigestion It's hllllnnsness and con stipation. Try CaKcurels; they Immediately swollen the stomach, remove th sour, undigested and fermenting foo, mid foul gases; take the excess bile from the liver and carry olf the constipated waste mutter from the bow i Is. Then your stomach trouble is ended. A ('nsciiiot tonight straight ens you one by morning. -IB I1 ULW 10 CCIllS "CASCARETS WORK WHILE YOU SLEEP." I - ... loday is Nov. Day is Dec. 25 W. O. Harris Corner Third and Central The Biggest Ever Albuquerque Lodge No. 461 i : i ELKS IS l Ihe ELKS THEATER November 27-28 Direction of JOE BREN All Seats $1.00 RESERVATIONS AT MATSON'S 1 I H I GOLD DUST removes grease quickly from pot; and pans Cleaning the pots and pans and kettles is usually a most disngreeablo piece of work, but like everything else there is an easier way to do it, if one knows how. As soon as the food is re moved, pour in water and dis solve in it Geld Dust in the pro portion of one tablespoonful to a gallon of water. Leave to soak while washing the dishes, then pour off the water and fill with clean suds made in the same way. If particles of food still adhere to the inside of the utensils, use potrings for removing them. lln nut iibk Soup, N a ii III ha, lion, eiii. Ammonia or KcrRrn with (iold llu.l. Cold Hull haa alt drairatila rlanaitif qualiti in a perils tly harmlfiaa am) I.Nteig lorm. "t. COLD DUST TWINS doyoar work" Might He 1 1 uc, Mrs. ,1 ones - Why are yuti Molng home so soon'.' Surely your husband can get along without you. Mrs. smith. I know It. but I don't wau'a blin to find out that he can. New York World. iy a Journal Want Ad, Results, CASCARETS GREAT! Nerer gripe or sicken. . 2bthXmas DIAMONDS The illaniood emblem of In nocence llio most. M-rfc4-t gift for mother, wife, daugh ter oi- stvci Ihcarl. We buy illrccl from ihe dia mond culler and save you the middle mail's pi-ol'lis. S in- stock mid get pi'leos before buying. our THE DAYLIGHT JEWELRY STORE ELKS Opera House SEVEN NIGHTS, COMMENCING Sunday, December 1 Ihe Mnivv Will, and liHio ion Non-Unions I a nubs All l ildv of I l,Hllcliee hi. It ool of I ; ., ,i 1 it i,l Mfoot- 'I pinion of I inlbtel- llic ltiuue-1 noil llc-i Vill i, lion i,' It-. Kind In ll Ibe World w m ii km: GRIFFITH'S Street r-RlCES: -y STOIC Big Free EXHIBITIONS JOc, 20c, 30c The Best Ever Path. VVckl). Crystal