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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 12, 1916.
THftEE JRAGE TO SUCGEEQ MANUEL U. VIGIL Notes of Interest From State Museum Police Judge Shies His Hat in Ring and Will Be in Fight to Finish; Other Candidates Expected Soon, Thf first definite iinnomu .ment for filly local office i ulicnwi lillu county was made yesterday wlien Judge (JcorKo H. t'raiK. justice i f the peace fur precinct No. '29 (if Jlernnlilh. ((uni ty and fur xeveral years police judge (if the oily of Ailiiiiiiei'(iie, let ii he litinwil tliiit hi' would ask the icpuhli ean voters of tile Second Judicial dis trict to nominate him as a candidate lor district attorney to suc red Mai, hi I V. Vieil, whose term will expire this year. The announcement was not unex pected, for it has been Unown for several days that Judge Craig was making a. quiet canvass and that he was receivinp: mlii'li cncouragcmi nt from thre republican voters of licrna county. It is understood also tliat his candidacy has ntet with a generous response ip both MeKlnley mid Sandoval, the other two' comprising this district. Soll'-maile Man. Jndtfe Craiff Is essentially made man in the besi sense term. Horn in Massachusetts, came to New Mexico when child, receiving hi.s early education In this city. Later he moved with his a of , he out In self the first ICCtCIAL CO..IS.ONDINCI TO MORNING JOUHNAL Santa l-'e, Kob. II. 1 .. . shelcy, ediloi- ;,ni nonlaser ol liie Kepnldican : '' at .Murpliyslioro, 111., writes the museum for lantern slides and post . (aids of I be l'alai e of the governors, 'the cliff dwellings and landmarks ot Sam, i !', tu he used in lectures In line lule.s. Thirteen years ago She-; ley was city editor of the aily New i Mexican. I 'Cottontail llahhlls in Kelation to j 'Trees mid farm Clips," is the latest j monograph tu be added to the library ! i at the museum and while ii seems a, : lar cry from rabbits to archaeology, ' yet jt may prove of interest to some die fighiing the rabbit post. ) ; The piopi sal to change the name of! j the New Mi xico Archaeological so-1 I eiety to (ri and A rchaeology l.eamie j i of New Mexico, which will come lip, i at tomorrow evening's meetinpt of jibe society and of tile Archaeological' I institute at the old palace tomorrow j . i veiiiim, meets with much favor by: ilho.se who have discussed it. , The Southwest society at its an- i total mooting at l.os Anccle.s this: week, reaffirmed its interest ill the j School of American Archaeology at j j Santa l''e, and (dected as its secretary i Charles I.uminis. a member of the ' managing committee of the school, i M. A. I l.iiiilini sri', the millionaire merchant price, was (dected president, Uiitioral Harrison Cray Otis, the t'ouuhtc old editor and principal own- ir of the Los Anseles Times, vice president, together with 1H Normnn I'-ridge, a famous icctentist and mil-; liotiaire. Major K. W. .Ii nes and II. i , . ci'.Melveny. also loremost among' 'the l.os Angeles' citizenship. Stod j danl Jess, president of the First Na i tional bank of l.os Angeles, was elert- ed treasurer. j The following- reglstried nt the museum: Mr. and Mrs. Clark Albs, l Medina. N. V.: (ieorge K. Apple, Tan- p - ft '''W'te I at 1 r, iff t Y j,v V - , iwmwiiiw'(w, f v s J P.- ." ' " " ""' " 'L. . , - ''-j t A - - v 4JI1-, ' w i f-" $ ' .t. J ' f. " x" - U -'A X 4t-4-. 7 f, (...., i ,i b . :h.ffcf , .,.;:: 1 ; o , v Lv 4 1' t. u- - A Million Mothers behind the purest, cleanest, most nu tritious of all cereal foods Shredded Wheat. They have tested it and found it best for youngsters, best for grown-ups a food to work on, to play on, to think on. Contains the life of the wheat in a digestible form puts gimp and ginger into th$ jaded body. Delicious for breakfast or for any meal with milk or cream. Made at Niagara Falls, N. Y. ppii Tes," ihe t.ciKloiliaiily (.! ilia, and T'.lo of Ids I'liy-bal Colli, IV Model,, due of Wluiii, Mi- I ilban Mewnit. peni's Willi llllll it the Cllstal Cbeaicr lor bin I ;i - ('("nun ncliii Tnda). h i 6 I i ! NEWS NOTES from ly -nAisv dEm MOVIELAND i i i KEEPS WORD OF HONOR GIVEN TO JUDGE; GOES ALONE TO SPRINGER CPECIAt. COKWKMPUNOI NCI in MONNINd JOIlNNALJ Spi iiif.fi', N, Al.. !' I, J I. --- An 111'- DEBATERS CHOSEN BY STATE COLLEGE FOR CONTEST IN MARCH tltCIAL COIMIONONC 10 MOHNINO JOURNAL Sliile Colleiie, N. ,., Feb. II. Tin "Kinhlinir lilood" is the title of a Fox feature piclure in which William! Farnam will appear soon, In this : picture Laraum is show n as a lunc ' l-,er jack, i? Mo later becomes a mill-! ; lanl, tun-fisted, finhtim; parson wilbj ibis former companions as uieml" rs j j et his flock. II is the kind of char- 1 ; actor in which Mr. Kartium is seen' ' at his best. The play was inspired j in pari by the soiijr, "My old K'' ii- lucky lloiue." ,it ix. i: i.ihik.i it. ( i: n.. lio ltorday Aiinoiilicoi! His ( andidac.v lor the ltcuh!icnii N'oillination lor Dislriot Attorney for the Second .ludiolal IMstlict fatnilv to Iowa, retnrninsf to Albu- (oieniue in 1SMI1 and coiliir to work 111 the Santa Fe shops as a maeliin.st. lie worked at his trade until 19UH, when was elected justice of the peace tor cinc. 2l. In llliJ'.t ht was made po- jiulji'f for the city of Albuueiitic, .-. oositioii which he has held 01 nun liouslv ever since. . m i.,... i.. 1 1 1 JUOllC V lill looeil ,n, .. . of M. K. Mickey, ;ind was ndmii to the bar in MM 1. He has for vei-'.l -e;irs heed :l member ot the linn of Miller dC- Craiir. and has taken; liiiib rank unions the lawyers of Albu- iuernne. He is prominent in fratei'-! rireloM and is at presented exalted lie ire lict lici ted I- haiidle, Tex.: M. T. Keiiney, I louver; .lames W. Willsun, Ttoswell; Samuel Tiffany, Chicago; Mrs. S. C. Small. Pittsburgh, I 'a.; Wilbam C.allegos, Kl Kite; liviu:: llersch. New York City. "" i NORTHERN ARIZONA i i ,f- IMUnivlAL tlMJUYIIMUi btbl YEAR OF ITS HISTORY tial ruler eC(AL CORI.iSPONDINC TO MORNING JOURNAU Klaustaff. Ariz.. Feb. II. Tin ,f the Kilts, besides being- a lead ing Mason. Ti iu :i foreirone eonchiKioll Jnrlac Craiir will have opposition for the. repul.liean nomination. Among th prospeetive candidates that are belni, mentioned on tin. streets are John W. Wilson, A. A. Sedillo and John Venable, with the chance that there will he still' other entries he fore the campaign has advanced very far. Vegas Tutu Keuor Property. aist Las Vegas. X. M., Feb. 11. Despite the fact that the Las Vega- company was willing and anx- convey Its property to the cu that the latter was Just as anx I. its : S'ewel' ions ti and imts to rtiiikc the deal, it reunited five yea rs Kot for tin the matter attorney in such Interested shape that oiiit claim deed could exchange hand The all sewer company has stockh over the I'nitcd States a nfl it impossible to make the transfer until' th onuld the fi mil the the the consent of two-thirds of them he obtained. The city took ovei old line after agreeing to relied assessment for construction ol Hew sewer Idle all stoekhold i Northern Aiizona Normal school with I in eio-iilloieiit of "Til students is en joying the best year In its history. that;;,., 1 1, I,,.,- rei'isrel' cllnu'i'll M e;ii. in numb'-rs of L'S per cent over last year for the same month. So many inipiii ies regarding- the summer session aic already coming in that the sum mer term catalogue is being' prepared uevi.rnl weeks earlier than usual to j moot the demand. The summer term, wjiirh begins IJune HI, is vcly popular because of It he many special courses offered to llcai hers at that time, and also on tie I count of tic spb nihil summer climate :of Flagstaff, situated as il is in n ib ligiilful pine forest high up in the ; mountains. i An addition to the bo s' dormitory jhas just been eoinplcted and a l:f,- ili)a girls' dormitory is expected 10 oe ready for occupancy early this spring. These additions to Ihe living quarters of the school will relieve the over crowded conditions of past summer n'ssions. m i : . t I i : 1 1 1 : ooi iu ot ! ; in tiii: ni:i i i i:." "The Dead Alive'' is the name of I the Mutual Masterpiece, de luxe edition, in which Miss Ma rg nerito ; f". i il It i it begins her eiigagemiMit as a jcaumont star. It tells the stories op i twin sislcrs, both parts being played i by llic new slar. One is the wife of i a voiing millionaire, and the other is' !n slage beauty who falls under the' j hypnotic influence of an internal ioii lal crook. "The 1 ie Alive" will be j j released m bruary 1 7. ' ' Ii I.IAI OMI IU AN IS i j OX Till". .IOI5 Afi.XIX. ! I The return of Ham. the Kalem ! i comedian, to pictures after three I mouths in the hospital is siKiialized ; )iy ;i rapid-fire eoiiiedy entitled "Ham Takes a Chalice" Ham and! ! l!ud gel jobs in I'rof. Xonpandrs road show. Hud's job is to exercise ! Fthel's snakes, whib I hi ill becoiilesj the assistant of J'rof. Nonpnreil, a .knife-throwing artist. When the pro-; fessor is taken ill, Ham takes his 'place, while he makes Hud the tar-. get. Ham is a wizard at throwing' i tile glistening sti el ---fori u natch- fori' 4 a'(i, P t y m I ( blent occurred at the New Mexico 1 ocpiirt ment ol h.nghsli has selected bovs' reform s, ho., re v eslci ,b,v I j'1"1"''' Vharlon, Casper liea and ., . ., ., , , , Uebaril lluvi lis to represent the thai the aulhorilies ipcare to be an-i v,,u. ,,.,,,,, ., 1 , xcw Mexico Slate college la the precedent. , I in the hM u id 111 local liitei'i ollegiate d, bate with the institution, and prohahlj ,,f ih,. cii-islale university Ibis year. The de. I Ill-estate jbnte will be held In Albuquer- A 1 7-veur-old oitili of Silver Citvi'l"""" March I or a. when the college presented himself unattended at the Wd dudd tluv negative Hide of the olTic of Ihe school suporlnlcndeiil "lueslum, "Resolved; That Ihe federal and asked lo be admitted as an Inmnt,. s""" ''IWH providing for coinpul of the institution. He presenled u !""'V arbitration are .ssential lo the leller from Hon. Colin Ncblcll, judge adiu' 1 imuit of disputes between em-, ol' the Sivth ilistriet court, saying that . ld" ''t -i and iqiiployes.'' Ihe boy ba, promised him on his, A" above debaters tire meiii- honor to icporl lumsilf at the xehool i '"''s of the Junior class, two of them, for ineareer ilioii. He also had w it b j N ' 1 rt on and Havens, bidnu members him ihe official commitment s-n-lot the famous freshmen team which tela lug him for a period of i year. ; represented (ho college in 1 II 1 4 , All The boV w as seiileiieed for Inror- j experienced in debate and oratory, ric.ibll't -.- Mid aceniM vcrv tut illigctil I" 11,1 ' oxpia-i nig to claim the honors for a youth of his age Ho seems to 1 following the contest in March. have come with Ihe proper ailituib NlftLOY'S FOR TODAY Ciiniiotl lYuik's, rcaily to serve, ' lor 25f Standard Kvnporatril lVaclies. 4 lbs 25l 4lV Canneil Soups, Chicken a nil Tomato 23 Del Mt.nte Cherry Pre serves, in glass 20( Salsa a relish o Toma toes, Onions, etc., reu-' lar price 10c, Riwdal. 6 cans 25' Ciicoaiuits 15 liananas, doen 13 Oranges. . . . 25 to 50 Tangerines, do?eil . . . l.eniiins 23 Apples, . liraiK'fruit, all sizes. J'elle Springs Butter, 2 lbs. for 75 A. J. MALOY Phonri 172-173 216 WEST CENTRAL ' ':, JC k I llH vf 11 77 w low. (I ,1s the school ;,,) (I,. ,( Ii 'wants to implove his lime iliiiiug his I sojourn llele so that when lie I'el III- IS .Ingg I'm iiiics: Is Ki-oapliiied. Ilasl I. as Vegas, X. M., Keb. I. ll became known lure today that o. to his people he w ill be a useful iin ni-iC. Wngg, until last .November presi I her of society. M'eni of the Spa n Ish - A merica n tiormal Hut the fai l that he i auic all Iheisclnol at 1:1 ;ito, escaped recently j w iv from Silver city t. t. r wh it to from Ihe New Mexico hospllal for the a .south might seem a prison III', till j insane. He was picked up by two I unattended by any officer of th,. !i: w i telephone lineuien In an automobile jis unique, mid Judge Xeblell sit ill Id , ( ret , r n(l to I he llospitll I. ZillHK'N I I'c I elated thai his cstima'e of tb boy condition is said lo have improved .mil his oni i(b ii( c In him hale bc:i I greatly since his i oininitiuent sneral J "oil .tnsl'fieil. ; months ago. Itcntley (ids New Trial. i HlsasiroiiK I ire at MoroIoii. l-;aa l,as 'egas. N. M., I'eb. 11. Mogollon, . , .',,i. 11. While Ma n; foi d S. !enlle, ciiiiUeled of ar- Clawing out a barrel of oil for use 111 ccny of cattle al Ihe fall term of court j the smelting loom a the Socorro for Mora county has been granted a mines, tile ml became Ignited and Ihe new n ial by Judge I land !. l aby. fire spread Iniiiiediu'ciy. Thoukh cm- Iboitley is a ranchman and it is saidlployrs al once risoiled to fire exlln- Vi ilium Fat mini. gelshds and broiiglii into play the file fighllng apparatus, the blaze la'-p-d for several hours and caused Hie evulince on which he was coll ided was o sllong, the lutein to kill another's cattle lid being Well hi'ougbt out. Hipolilo Moutaini and; damage to the mill of lippl'nxlmatclv ,e(,g,. Maeslas. who were ana gaed J (Hi!) befor,, brought under contrnl lie a cow near i ory Hull, l.iiekporl, Maine, when I"'" 1 :nv. Mora slum- W illblMI I .-lllllillt tsi!llll ll I Hud. 'lllere isn I il lagging m ion o (,.,, pi.iog a oorlicl solo al I 111- ,, a i ,arge of si I i i ii in n'i'i. i it io I'n tun i' ........ . , -ioS. Tin: mkvkhx ro ic. (O'liernl Dlntrlhulori Itiuiiurrqiic, K, M. Const Ipat ion. When eostlvo or troub'od with cou stlpiillon take Chamberlain' Tablet!. They ara riisy to talt and most Hifro ubli! In effect. Obtainable evcrywhrrtt. utv. ideiiileil cuillv and was nine tear-, old. Hi lore enlerinu i ueotenee,! o, i.,uu i , , , ,,e,, I j ... in ieini, I i. mil, I,, i 1,1,, iiainci il en. a. i.. ; Dawn Hliss islhe only 'y';, for Idniself ,, (lie leiiliimile stage 1 1 1,,'. Hla t'e peiiitcnl'iary. ' j I has no oihor explamit ion, than that i . . . . j J . .,.. a..,.,. ..i ..(. them fkeii i I if hi. is s.i n iii a rob: ciitii'h dill.-r- i . . . . . Jiis a. child," site says, "the neighbors lit from aii.o :, she has ln-reiof ! spoke of me as a drange girl." 'alteinpl to : a i I Hlanche Swed is Imving the time Sydney M.e i.. w ho is leatun d u. 'of her life as Ihe young anarchist in j support of AH Atargccrite Couitol I "i-ii lii-.eLlivit " mm- heiou oi'od need I da s the pan ol ii loiiug millionaire under the dire, lion ofU'illiam '. lie 'In Omnium ;.Mille. MIsk Scd, in this pi oduc- I Masterpiece, TIM' load Alh HUH fori booming Mutual IN HEALTH ! it i " 1 1 ... i l ..j lii-iJ-.M.n u i ' HAWKINS'! Iders Was of; corporal inn whose new newer district properly is (JovoMior Appoints. Notaries. Santa. Fe Keb. 11. Oovemor Doi.'abl today appointed Camb Yicil of Hiiyeros, Cnion county, l-'rank Hkidmore, of .Molsollon, ro county, notaries public. To Authorize .Moonlight Schools. Kasf I .as egiis, N. M., Koh. It. Moonlight sclu ols for Ihe town d l.as Vegas will be authorized ' ...chool bend if ils conimitlee, ches ter A. Hunker and Kotnan Callego.-, report thai sudi a move would pmi" advant.iK' icis. Tin- teachers arc said to have expressed a willingness to work at night f-T the benefit of those Socor-1 persons who can not attend school i in the daViiiue PENITENTIARY REPORT INTERESTING DOCUMENT!;: Mc-lario ;ual Grand Pme, Panama-Pacific Exposition, San Francisco, 1915 Grand Prize, Panama-California Exposition, San Diego, 1915 DRINK BAKER'S COCOA For its Delicious flavor, its Excellent Quality and its High Food Value. GUARD AGAINST IMITATIONS; the genuine package has the trade-mark of the chocolate girl on the wrapper and is made only by , WALTER BAKER & CO. LTD. EstablUhed 1780 DORCHESTER, MAS. ishod oik I I a, I,, and III, bio, i o h inin, each I I ::. New Vol I. i (SPttCIAL COBBESI'ONOtNCe TO MQNINO JOURNAL) I , O f ( ('afolia j Santa-Ke. I'd'. 11. The annual !-j , ,.,,; Iowa, poll of Ihe boatil of penilililiaiy ' si lis. Mould , commissioners and itoel inlcndetil. olic.-l irgi (the penib nliiirv, .1. fi. Mi-; Manns, 'came from nress today. While not as voluminous as similar reports from as large institutions, an excel lent showing is mail-, financially and otherwise. The penologist will find I in the report interesting material for rompatisous and deductions. I nerinh ndeiii. Mc.Manus also sect ; have solved the high cost of livim: I hi'iiiinsiiiiiii for iuilinir from tin ..... i... ... iioo ih of I. than ! 1 "'""I i :,..".. ,.: )u , .e-" - I U ( . 11 I .( (" ( ' ' ' o e - . ' ' prepi sleinusly small. It costs Ihe slat-; j 111.7 cents per prisoner a day to main- i tain the institution or less thin $ :i..Mi j ! per week. I ! Almost one-third of the inmates lire doing lime for niuiibr. JJorse- . e I, Aiizona s. Colo-! " ois I lull 7, M issom-i, ! ( 'aViforVih'' i Couldn't Sleep Four and Five, 'I'ami,,,!, ! Main- ! KK..Ut- i - Xt - I I and U i cousin. 1 ''UNIS ill U I llllc, ',. r!;;,,A,; Couldn't Sit Up. mil Wyoming, I co b. , EXPERIMENT STATION HAS NEW OFFICIAL I e . C, - Mrs. Ilelbi Miielf. pi.,IAl OfilHtliFrtHOlHLI lo MORNIK JOU1NAL. u. Slate ( oil, L.-, , N. .M ., Feb. I I - . - ,' (1 ,. f I he .i, t ilddll l.-IIS to I lie CS I ' -1 1 1 I ' 1 t station loice ai me Al e j. 'I le 1 1'. I 1 1 ' did Pi..'-.!, tloill tin ol III 11, ii, ie h pi u i i a Oelillll til (-1 all I I loll. I ''II II': iTIloinpsoii Ii.- IPieves I'-aU anion;,' those coii icico t . , j I i i In, in ' i to- crimes imninsl properly lor I In V I j .,M jj ;,. ,.N,.., J niniber :to, buigl.ns tuiuibi r L'i;, cow ' is 1IM IJ Ithnvcs .., loi:;ers "I, ordinal y nine in i" ny thie'es '2. -those serving lime foi, r '-,, n.p ,a crimi-iitl assaiili arc --. assault with mostlv in tin -deadl- wiapon I ma nslau; b l r C. i M1 t,',. ,, p.,i in., rmbi .--lenient i;, u lling liotioi- o In- n1H .vtaii in an college, Ml 1 1 1 1 1 1: 1 1 e id' III !. I.e. has Ie . n en - in pson was gt ad na I' 1 1 ll colleee ill lb- s ,l a i :' 'ice that tllne has il 'I , Ma' I I'-Iici- at I lo e - a al. Ihe same insi.tu ihe past .seal .Mi i bulge of the I hr 0 , (.' nil al I he I 'a a. una a,. His While !'-'.- 1 nirds look it number s wan k In I at, oil. ,', will I ill and do win Ii no , It, III, I to 1 1 i . 1 , e I I ii' f, of I!. I". I'. ,i, Ibis place, writes: "Last w inti'i I g', so very bad off and so terribly 1 1 1 ii -1 1 1 1 w 1 1 la heallh that I was woirieil about myself. I had great weakness, back and headache.... and suffered , rrlble pains in my nbdo- 1!. . j nie'i ... I could not sl-ep four and fl .'(' ' u '' non ,ightK id h linieand 1 couldn't sil up. II en I , , i was iiiioo-i ai "cam h r, nr.- 1 said he lidn'i ihink I'd b fIi oug again ! T unless I sh-iild hay, the operalion. i ui- of my neighboiH suggested myii lil'ing Cardiii, ,-ind alh r taking the first botlle I Was belter. After the second, I was able to do my waihlti:;, though I had not been before, arid was a tin'., along fine all winli r, in b-lter will In health and fell Litter than I ha.) for , f '''isi sens, ,'iiid had taken five or six bottles and v.-is a well woman . . . U PAT. OFF. ilia lis 1. robla ry !. I l.ea as iin- of tb- chief assets o Ho. j I t's t be best in'dicinc that was ever The-e :o-t 17,". natives of New Mex- 1 fai ni i s ol , .'. .li-M-o. ! ,., ,p, i,,, Wnm' u. I lell toy neigh'" I s j ,,,.. ill it and th'-v trv II. and w lien IheV ....... ,.v.:"r Tt.,,.-:,., i.b.. t"cy a.. aiknowleUe ,ha, it does ii. X. .tfairnii today received a leln't- taliee of .!i,. IJ.iil Ilom.tiie lli'.iaiii. I ico in Ihe pen, S7 natives of Mexico. ."2 lixatisand 10 Kent in kians. n in r slatcj and eouniries each furnished I less than It. Canada litis four in malis and there is not n single na tive )f Hcrmanv in Hie pen. l.nglainl. lof Soei.rro ouniy, 1 .'! n 'on i nion, Krwn-e, Ireland, i.orwa, Scot bind, j :.,i;:. I . I from Siena, and III, 7.",a. .';.'' 'Spalcaiul tho West Inditu each furti- from Koosevelt luunty. tin in more g than anything." If you suit, r from any of the all i,a t.ts cnimon to women, try Car i!iii, th'- v.omau'jj ionic, for Mile by ail di uKKisl.-.. KELLOGG'S TOASTED BRAN FLAKES Jtisl i ('('ci cil ; l,r-(v and licitllliful, K-r pkjj 15f GENESEE BLACKBERRIES A 'n. J l in, tasifin pack, niiT fur tho table nr fiir pit. , 1 J fans fur 33 'i cans liir 91.00. LAKEWOOD TOMATOES kaised and packed in Xew Mexien. They 'arc hard to beat in iiialit and price; J size 10( anl 15f STRAINED TOMATOES Are liciicr than the canned tninatix's for soups, sauces, etc. We have the plain pulp, aNn one with onion and chili, in can, 10$ We haw a feu nice small .Navel Oranges and Tangerines at, per dneii 15. HAWKINS' MARKET I't l I.TKN --Nice Turkeys, Hens and Springs. Kxtr.i nice Ciiin-led Meet, I'mk and Mutton. I'ickled Tripe, I'rcsh Ov.-lei's, Spareiibs, I'itkkd l.ainh's Tononc. SI'IX'I AI, SI ! 1 I'M I'.XT original pack Norway Salt Mack erel, several sizes, iv'nn 10 to 25- W. L HAWKINS Where Price Is Ki&lit, Quality Right and Sciyicr Right it Phones 521