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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 20. 1914.
FIVE 1 I ONE TEH YEAR SUBSCRIPTION MEANS 75 TO SOI CANDIDATE IP (M WHIG w tliv Panama i sr. at h, Dili vv hilo ; piano would r; ( "'. I- C. scholar: anal In in Itself $100 Jo-w Clench ; 1 1 - linnii'. 'I'll hip could In1 use tin- s IiimiI lor ini-nl of tlii' or It ci. iilil If ' w liu di-ii'cil : BEFORE 8 O'CLOCK TOMORHOW NIGHT any cni-c m '""i- abciai adv ,,n lUdatc securing it. H fi ll of , MMlli', n ii iils' provided i he winner iliil not: ISIl til lake n. t!u. ,i n - i (Us- ; ll 1 : HANGS A STOLEN C TON iUC T SANTA FE RAILWAY OFFICIALS ARRIVE HERE ON A SPECIAL EX-CONVICT i- i, .... Si . .. (, y j, .J ,i- ,, ,, ,,; t y - .J. . j, . ,i, ,1 on 1: to s i: iniii its. Subscription turned in before Saturday night at it o'clock, or nulled prior In Hint time, will .nftl.. yi ur favorite i andidnlo to a H'NCIAI, I'lXlx ll.W.l.OT, good for 2.IHI0 extra poinlsVon each fix MO'lil lis' subscription l Mi Ki.lt . t in y,.ur t emit la nt4. A yturlv suhsorip timi entitles the candidal!' to TW'i pink ballots, or 4, (Hill extra points. The "Climber's" period in wheh hoiiii i iinlnlali. will secure 7.", in inonry or n dianiotiil ring, tins s Saturday right at It o'i lin k, Tin' candidate 111 wliiis, favor I ho laig-it nmnln'r nf points on XKW sub scriptions nr.- erediled vvhl r. Iv . the nniird. THIS Is Til IC I.AT SI'Ki'l.VL OHTUIt TO CA XT J.1'KS OF TltK ( 'A M PA 1 1 i which i'Icsih Snturdav nighl, February lis. If Yi iC desire to help some can didate THIS IS Till': HKST iPPuliTCMTY to do so. If you turn in your subscription brlvvoen now hiiiI Saturday night, February 21, before !i o'llork, the i andidnto whim you favor with the n 1 i.-i. -r i I -lion will not only receive special pink ballots lint she will a Isu have llir credit for your subscription In tho winnin;; of the J7fi or dia mond ring. I. ,,,$ ,,. ,, f. ,f .f, .. , .i, $ fr J. j, (J, . (J. ,j. .j, ,t f J) . ,8. J, CHARGED I WITH FAILURE TO ; SUFPORT HIS WIFE! E OFF CER ,So oral I a ilw a y 's at u .:: from T.iill din li'i'vnl ! di nt i I mliT Siuuiff Did; ,wis last nito arrest, -,l Kstanls-I is Sais, ulm sorvial a term in in,, slat,' t ' n 1 1 n 1 1 ; i r for klUmii a iliontv sheriff i,!in,. i,, eunie of failing t,, H1,i- .Mibuilitcil to ar- olfii'crs, on purl his wife. Sal lest without resistance. .1 m 'Ire ('rain ism 1 Sais yesterday iinunli shellflM were iinalde to i iler Hln rll f l.c is iIIm,- i Possessor of Roy McDonald's ! Overcoat, Taken by Burs ; !ais, Makes Restitution, ln i coni'lo; Leaves Note, I'll' i.ils of the .s.mta Fi- V's We' ll ! i, ;i ul'llVi hem ' o'i leek ,Merila- evellllu Atnai i!!,,, Tev, un a hi oi ial "I'lli'V all left last liulhl L'oillU "a,N, "leneral Siiiei'inlen 1 illMid. nf l.a .Iiiiiiu .".I I'll il-'ioll t 111, el llllei,, lent !' I,' Sum. of San .Mai', Ial. left .i,",n train for San Manial' ii,.i,..i'l "" ';''- ' ' -' lelT on tlaie V for Aimiall,,, ,,,! i( ,, ',eKt,lont I.. Story led ,, () fl. AtlKele iwr.irwjg-TwiTOTWwrmB"'"' 1 "' 1 i"-'i" im,v ami,,ni' m mntmmyym I lllelM AO. SOU ' . '.. ' ,', ! i. iAM f.. I. llIiliiLiiiiiii SI I V . I OS h warrant for :j. hut deputy find him. Tii veri'd that he lact over ' was t tin' lion f his Mster-ln-lnw i n tin' lltvi'f road and a nvslod him j there. alS was Hoiitenoed to serve yiuiK In prison on the ehurne of I, -'IMV l" l: the till. lie nf ,". elms : K.M K M I'K 11. j our sulis, riiitioli tg .Mninnm .loiirnal at this time I'll- . un lo an As'rvv System Coupon ill, "hli'li if us 'il nieaiiH a saving' ,") per eerit un 4I! your cash pur- made in ,'en'i'ni System stores, a list if which is found In iinotln-r inltinin. Kvery Aservo Sisteni mer i hant has hi en ruppliid with Aservn Svstem 1 nlerchansi ahli tneri handlsi i iieeks w h Ii h . in I h iinoils from any Aservo System mer chant, r-'pierent theli' face aluc 111 inirchaslni power. In other words a twenty-fiv "'-ci lit era fifty-cent Aservo ('.stem ehei k means that you can ,nreha"' Iwcnty-five or fifty (cuts' wuth if oods from th" merchant who issued the check or from nny cllicr A.-','ivo s.vflem merchant in the city win re the check was issued. :;.-.,. hi., ,r ouichase nl " ' "M,o in'! e ea i i icr ti I'miv siiliseiihcr to Ihe Mornint? Journal Is entitled to nn Aservo Sys tem i'iei,in hcok provided they pay In advance for a renewal silhscrlption fur al least three month.", or turn in nit iniirelv new suhseriptinn for the Fame length oT lime or longer. The liini.'-r term uosi i iuiiim. the more ciiiipoi s w'M h" (jivcii. l''or a yerrlv sul'"criil inn cnlitlc.s the sill -'.Til, i i' lo Iwo HI ' M coupon liooks! i e nt 1 1 1 1 i t ' ii :i .S ' coupons, A six-month' sir ion snui'ii a pink coupon! I k , oiilainini; 1 Ml ciiiiions. These! (unpens entitle yon lo ,"i per cent of i .' em- cash ii'ii'cliases In Aservo System ( Mores, which means a material rcdiic-l lien in your cost of living. Take! yiHii- c i 1 1 1 n 1 1 hooks wilh you. Willi hut two more days In which! I" well; I'efiTi' Jhe close of tin!1 "i 'lnul, it's" period, anil iilso the end of the f'liei'lal liallols, now i-iieil for every fix-month Kiihserip- f i u n ( ! in before ! o clock Satur- (l.iy nicht,' Ihe cundidates are prosr ciiiiiik camtiaiKiis which would inake a politlcf.l I attic look like u Sunday le'aool ucnic. Candidates are nut only woikim; I'll! their friends have tinned out I'll-e-a.'s in then- behalf and are working like Trojans to aid their favmites In the ' lid" race, Ihe lini-li of which bill lilile mole than a wek away. .Not only th.it i at rank oinsidcis arc If. i mini: intem-i ly inlei'c-a.ed and !',iii nlal n a as to which of the candi- Hoinu lo win the $1, r tour of the world has rem In d a ,e w h'Tc war.ci'u are beiuu placed a the outcome, aeeordinir to in- nalion conveyed t' ; i i t nn nt yesterday . When the "Climliei'i b no, now nielli it alsi withdrawal of Ihe l,,ls earrvlni; 2,oo each six-monlh subsci i it i ti . That is IT.-.- reason why the candidates are all term Hiiliserlp- i len-yeur suli "'andidati' last ilal, ap, f'.l so excei'l ionally busy Just III this time, liy tuininn in all tiie subseriiitinns prirsihle before ! o'cloclt tomorrow nlKht Ihey secure 4. Mill) extra points i n each year or 2,000 extra points on each six months. I oat,' 'Icon SuliTlptlnn,4 Wanted. The appetite of tho candidates and their friends have been whetted for bin loii' term subscriptions. in Ihe cainpiiiun thev bclleied themselves lucky, indeed, to reetire a six-month subscription and i xccpl loiia lly fortunate to ttet a yi-ar, now tin y ask for, and iinnrinbly Ret, from two years upwards, according to the Intimacy of their ae'iualntaiice with the (.iihserlbcr, or their nrmi- trcnts lor tile )i user tli n. "I haven't yet got scriiillon," said one lilnht, "but I have my oouiane worked up to Ihe pit I'll of asking for one to morrow. Not only urn I itolnx' to ask for It hut I am golm; to yet It. A man who lias Ihe money to (.pare and rcullv wants to help a candidate in a cain- oaietl if tliis l.itnl cli o n I, I n "I llilnlr diiv I- example. (lf ;l u i n a ten-year subscrip- lion than the averaKe man would Ihink of taking one year. I am after the loniy time subscribers from now i n no mere thirty. seven to one for me." This candidate had read Ihe article In this column yesterday inoi'niiifr, in which it was pointed out that one ten year subscription t.iialled in point strength t hirty -sev en new yearly sub seriiitinns ami cue o, yearly subscrip tion. This will brinit 40.0011 extra points on pink ballots if Ihe suhsi rip- bclng is-jtion Is turned morrow night, hour. Ml, (Mill lor une tnoiisnmi dollars in gold or a tour of the world for a few weeks' effort is big remuneration for the ser vices rendered by the candidate who si cares the award. In addition to the monetary value of the award there is, a considerable satisfaction in knowing that It has been obtained solely- tlirouuh your own personal ef forts with the assistance of your friends who have nothing to gain but On' satisfaction of helping; 11 worthy young woman win somelhing for her self that Is really worth while. The honor altachoil to capturing an award of this character Is not lost sight of, cit her. For that matter th" honor of win ning any one of the numerous awards offered in the campaign Is sufficient to stimulate the efforts of every can didate who hopes to win. To repre sent Yl 'It section of the state 111 the party which will visit the tropics anil 1 leipallng 1 111 the slaying of I'lacldo Snlazar, a deputy sheriff. In I'.arclas. ! Juan Arini.to was sentenced for tin same crime. Oovernor (Hero eoin iniited Saks' sentence to twenty year and he was released after serving less than twelve years because of "good time" In' gained. Patrolman Tony Oin vai'a early night loiiml 1111 nvi remit haiiglni. I hi' lailing at ll'le west end of the Coal 'avenue viaduct, 'lb at was under tuiei 1 a lighl and the pollci'inm at once roc-j audi. ogni-ed it as Uoy Mel lonald's. stolen dig. ,11'eni (iconic S. (I rnha m'.x tailor Khun I iSOCIALIST SPEAKER LECTURES BEFORE A LARGE AUDIENCE bin can (lent ill hi III K. Kalerfi last night nee 111 the The l'.nt If was tin f the si his toll Id. Hie socialist lee spoke before a laige Woman's club bu, Ibat Mr Katleificld head of the eelllll w as evb : Inlel'est 1 leliilist parly lisle nbilliv.' us worus gripped the iitlenlli.n of auditors from his introilueioic 1... murks to Hie conclusion of his ml- STREET PARADE TO BE A FEATURE OF RIC DOINCS Frbiirtrv 3. A note was pinned lo the coal. It read: "This coat belongs to Tony lllassi. He Is in lull." I Willi McDonald's overcoat In their poises-dim the police now have all tin' 'Ki nds stolen from iliaham's place, In cluding .liid;.;e John Huron liurg'si cvcrcoal, ill),! four lucccs of suit cloth, i I The voluntary delivery of .VIcDoti-j ; aid's ovcreiiat Is bcliev eii to have re- i "lilted from. Chief MoMilhn's "sweat- 1 lug seveial residents ,,f the sotilh , Halt of the city yesterday afternoon. I llclnitv slherlff Ooei lno i'..i,ii... The sub.leciK of Ihe nuizzing dbl notlwcnt to the nioiintiiliiM yesti'i'day with ii'lmlt that they knew where Mellon-'subpoenas for live men drawn Cm 1111 s ov ereoat was luiiiieii. lull l ie 110- Kl'aiiil or netlt lure nci-vle.. :0NLY 5 MEN DRAWN FOR JURY SERVICE LIVE IN MOUNTAINS -J uWlM I 'J1 lio-,gi'iiiii or net t lll'V mrvlee nt tin. think whoever had ll felt t hat 1 Ma I'ch ti'ini of the 'district court. Ow Wcre ton close upon the track foriinu' to the fai l Hen onlv in-.. .,r 11,., liirors live In the mmiiilalns, the sheriffs office will be aid.' to an nounce the complete lists earlier than usual. Coulter is expected to return today, or tonwii'ow at latest. Varsity Boys Wiil Put on 'a Free Show for an Hour or So Before Saturday's Fete Begins; Fun Promised, Try Wonderful "GETS-IT" ill bclole II o'clock lo or mailed prior to that I ch Wicks' Work. the totir ll"' ' period closes witnesses the special pink bal es! -.l points for A strict parade that will be 11 11 i lie In rnivcrsily of e Mexico annuls, is to precede the "fete." the "cafe ilranlant ' and the various other eu phoniously named doings thai the var-ity boys will pull off in the old Keononilst building by way of cele brating; the natal day of the late fath er of his country, next Saturday. According to plans which are be ing whispered about, the street Parade will be something- startling In Itseos lumltig and general make-up. Sartor lally. it will be In n class all by It self. Incidentally, colli ge wit will la tin lied loose on a few professors who will be lampooned, not to say carica tured by the boys in the procession. Presumably, care will be u.-cd in se lecting Ihe professors to be made the object of this sport, but anyhow, some sehclaily gentlemen wiil get a bland new idea of themselves when the thing takes place, provided they sec the Parade. The parade is lo start at T, o'clock, and will traverse the principal streets. At ll. the big rhovv under (he main tent will begin. There will In of opportunities to get n,l of loose change, and ail the cliai go for a good cnue, the aihiin, of university athletics. .Miss will present it musical pr "Hutch" will send a few of hi kits thiiiiigh an athletic pi and the supporting; (oii,pany through the me, hum ,,f tin th his safety Signature Thought I lei ilioiis. Patrolman (iiicvara every tilghl at about the same hour walks along Coal avenue from First street to Second street. Whoever hung the coat 011 Ihe railing evidently was familiar wit hi his I cat. (laevata believes that the ., p coat was dropped there when he turn-' vWCII LOniS. cd the corner and that the man who left II there ran through the alley, nl- though he saw no one near the place. i I his belief Is based largely upon Ihoj ' Inssninpllon thai sonicone else wunhC (ircai.-t Com-Ciire World a, ',cr i, 1 i, . . 01 own. ' i.cl- l orn-. Sure as I all'. lllass . vv . delivered the other coat Thousands sav "(I KTS-IT ' Is simplv and cloth to the pollee. has been ill magic. If you've tried ,, v every- j,.,, mi,i ,- un 11. 1 in- ciiici uas iirgen tiling under the sun to mm m i.-n wneie .vici ninaiii s overcoat .corns, so much the Ik was. nut " riiipi not get a satisfactory answer from him. lie was about to give up hope of recovering Ihe over coat, believing that the possessor would destroy It rather 1 1 in 11 risk detection. The note pinned to the ov erci i signed Alfolizo i:oilrlgu.. The I know of 110 one by that name. : declare the signature t lot il Ions. at was : police They CITY HALL COMMITTEE ORDERS LAST MATERIAL I dun 1 y v our ge' w ill ' nienl Alcl'ic 'gram. hus- ugra m, will, "enfe The citv hlil coliimillcc al a Incet . ing ester, 1 i' inoitiing a ill hoi i.eil t'ilv ! Knglncer J. N. (llaildlni; lo order j soiiml-proot partilioiiy for the new Imunlclpnl lui II. 1 . These pattilmns are jto be used thrimghoiit tin- building. I'll"' engineer J:n in.- ; I ucted tn de mand ipiiek Mivcr.v. ATTENDANCE AT NIGHT SCHOOL NOW IS 105 chantaiit," put on a program that de- tics classieatlon. Anyhow, it means a good i very-body thai takes it In, 1111 and get readv fur Saturday Ing. get l id of t hoic net- tor "(ii;ts- m Cmn freed, on Is yours at lasl. H M w eek or next 1111 in Ii. tail a IIIS-I T" goes after Q I does col 11. There are S ' 1 Bl " Jm CETSJT and You Will Mighty Soon Forget About Your Corns CHEAP RATES Santa Fe, N. A., and Return Acci'iinl .iiimial rcunliiii Scnlllli Kilos of New Mexico to lie held nl ,aiilit I'e, I cbi nary ail-'J.I, IHII. Tickets oil Mile from points In Cclnrailo (Till lilad mid soiit'il. n'l poiulw In New Mexico and Texas (I I I'nso, Canullllo and 1 11 Tuna), I cbruary 21, Ti anil 211. Halo Mill be one (ind one-Ill lb flr-l. clio-s lloilled rare Tor the I" unit Dip Willi filial return limit I'chituii-y 2H, ll I. alc fi.un lbnici i.iic $1.1.1 for the 11 11111I trip, P. J. JOHNSON, Agent THE WM. FARR COMPANY i W'holesalo 11 ml llelnil Dealers In IKl'SIl AM) SALT MI'.VIS Kuusiit;e 11 Sneclally For Cattle iiud Hogs the lilggcst Mmkct I'rlcii Aro 1'ulU, I Attendance at the public night 90I100I lost night leached 1 "."., .iusli I v 1 1 1 v: Supeniil. ll.li 1,1 John Milne s be- j lief that the eiirollmeut would exceed I way time lor (ti,,. lad mark. The enrollment of l""seii nineteen tiioi c si intents at last night s session boosted ihe registration over ; "UKTS-IT." the century Imilt. ! oirei t by (;: so cv CM- IT" in, 1 rigid now! col its us a ci no more thick plasters and greasy '.lives that don t leiiiove, no more tiles, lazois and Jabbers that make corns glow, put a few drops of "lilil'S-li" on 11ml see every ciii'ti anil callus fhrlvcl and vanish. That's the new whv, the painless, sure, safe, uiilck only "1; KITS-IT" au do It. Ap ply It In :! second:'. Fvcry illllgglst III the land sells 2.i cellls 11 bottle, or selll I.iiwteuec iX: Co., Chic-mo. Hudson for Signs Wall Paper HUDSON for Picture Frames I'ourtli M. and Copper Avi S.M ll Hbuammut BUTT'S FHlHMCIf, la, i Ihe Mar Kostaurant ?fl FRENCH FEMALE i UK r I L u o. I S.n, CnirilN tUiiiv (ut Si'Prk.ti. H.MiNi.ftnna, HFVI N MOWN TO tAH. M"-i S,-,. i s.,. i 1 ,,wsi,iH .l ,.r M . r .r,ti,. ..t. Sm.i n.-.,. t.rt I.,H r iHit. ft ,11 H'ti,( lllci'l I'll le.l.tn rn.ltor II. U lrJIHIP.. Sa,1ll,.. I' ,,'p. IIIVUIdlmjULjMiuul 1 inrm im tihii orni'i. I. im i ,IS IT tO MCDIOt CO., HOI" TrtKCi.Tfii, . Ilvcryone Is golo. nro joii'.' rys- llll lllls llllcl II, ion, lug II l' 11 I -('. Try Henry's Messei, ers. I'hone '.i; 'lill.e lie Kiddies In see the hop. Cry-ial, II Is iiltcrnoon. lot r "! in. mit MnwMftitolliiW "ll l"ul "l" "' "' 1 Liiiaw wbwmiw urn .., .....i.wh,m 1 m. . 11 m l'llt-.JIllfanmlM.II,I.Jt.-taA,il.r.-Ji-;.:jiJJi , ,.i:.......'...-,L- ..... T ,.,, '.- .....J L 20 S. MCllMl ST. I lffli lcnt, (jiilt-U Sen Ice, IteHl of rood. Miort Orilern antl Lunches n spcclnlly. Good Mlil-Kiiy Sleal for the Merchant. . m .GH S Neckwear Special Saturday Evening Only 7 to 9 P. M. WANTED Every Man and Boy in Town to Sit Up and Take Notice of Our Attractive assortment of good quality silk Four-in-Hand Ties; desirable patterns and color ings; 35c values. Special I Saturday evening, I 17c C SALE 1 Men's Suit and Overcoat Sale 250 Men's Suits and Over coats, Kirschbaum make, strictly all wool and hand tail ored, all new styles and latest fabrics, all sizes from 34 to 44; sold regularly to $30. FOR THIS SALE, CHOICE, $15. 00 Sec My Window Display n HE I Finest quality silk Four-in- Hand Ties; wide variety of latest patterns and colorings; regular 50c and 75c. values. Special Saturday evening, If you arc not postal as lo the WONDERFUL VALUES ottered here, a glance at our special window display will convince you ENTIRE STOCK OF MEN'S SUITS, OVERCOATS AND FURNISHINGS AT REDUCED PRICES 'WE DO WHAT WE ADVERTISE" Wonder Suit Value at $11 150 Men's Suits, latest styles Worsteds, Cassimeres, Cheviots and Blue Serges; all sizes in the assortment; values to $20.00; special, the suit, $11.00 'll "ii . - . l'"-IT ' IT " "niTimii UTIT'" Jinn irrni j. hi,.ui,..ui. jl jj imu,..ji .l n.iui.icm.i.jL.ri .mi mm ii in m,iliu inj... .i l .. . jui.B.iymnc. m mn,. - -tt rj.r ''n''' (