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Albuquerque Morning Journal. , Saturday, May 13, 1916.
Five - " " "" " . a a -M a niinn III I 1 1 II 1 1 1 I ; i!imm-m WITH TRYING TO DEFRAUD Mlfc w SPOT M 1 Being an English Soldier's Tribute to Red Cross Dog a 7f.Ww,f Strang Trial Brought to t All d a a r Case Is in Chica Heir' to Big Estate Said to Be Child of Another Woman MnKNixa jo;'Nt smcial is.sio wiksi rni'-iiK"', Miiy Testimony to f xu innn IVillif. ljdeor. HiloW I Hell ". " . .. ... ... C n... .ti.i mnlhrir ..f I ,-iiiUI she claims as tier own, was Introduced at h'T trial Unlay. .Mrs. M ill is who is the widow of tlif late vr.Mi Matters, wealthy muii.iii iiirture theater owner, iH l IIH ll ielis ll The results of such mill, was to lessen the s . V: 1&v will. fl,! i;AT i v, Miss y'&y , ; " J? Mrs. .Mut- " " " -jXy-Lm 1 bunker ntirl iiwtier, in at - hi nttempiintc 10 ioisi a spur- ir 'in thp jirobato otmrt. I ,, MarK I'i. iiUKisieui. Hie iiiMiu.v ,hysii -tan. li'stificd that hi.' perform ...I in oiieiHtion on Mrs. MatteiM in Nnveml'cr. 1M14. .n.t-r.i t he l,ssi)iilities "f ehilil Ijcarini; 50 pel (cut. Hr. lii'lilstein P.'ila that In hlS ,,1. ilium .Mrs. .Matters has never Kiven i.iip, in a liahy iinO never Tlie state hnlils that the haly Is that of Miss Jessie ltryan, a yoims .ritl tthn was liit'ilki hospital, Ottawa. Canada, at the same time Mrs. Matters was stay- imr there. It is alleged that llrvan was told that her child and that was substituted for ,iiil to have been born to ters. The Matters estate is valued at nliout $400,000. The state will attempt l show that the substitution was, niMimi.il 10 seeure a larger portion of j i "- .1.. . ll..,.. lfu 1 -1 t tl'I'U Ufllllll ine tiiiii"-..., I...... 1 ! : 1 . . tvnlMc a ril.'hl " By RAY I. HOPPMAN. I. i "If it wam't for Spot obtain through her CLOSING EXERCISES OF SAN J0SESCH00L HELD I'lusiiiR exereisps were held at the San Jose sehool Thursday lifteinonn. .Many parents of pupils were present. Here is the program: KIiib- lirill -Si-hool, WeKonie Address I'hillij) Ward. Japanese 1 irill Eiijlu iJirls. Ki-citation t'elsa Saaveilra. Fairies Seven t.iirls. I'm If Sam Fifteen Hoys. Ilei nation ltufaelita I 'ac a. We're Little Birds" Kij,'ht Little 11 iris. Siinlinnnet (Uric Fifteen (lirls. Indian Drill Thirty Liny and fiirls. Folk Diinelnpr Ton Hoys and I ir is. llee itation Kin lit boys. "We Are Soldier Hoy Jloys. "America" Sehmil. 'd be facin' the devil or God. I For a lead speedin' clean ! Nailed me square in the spleen j And my crinnon waa itainin' the tod. ! II. "I wat out with a new I Reconnoitrin' crew, i When the foe made a sudden attack I And before I could yell j They were givin' us 'ell 1 And I fell with a 'ole in my back. j 111. j "When I opened my eyes i And gazed 'round in surprise, With an oath tangled up with a prayer They were scattered around On the stained, stinkin' ground And their eyes 'ad a fishy-like stare. IV. "And I waited from dawn Till the daylight was gone Though I bellered and 'ollered like sin, Not a soul 'card my cry V. "I 'ad given up 'ope And 1 started to grope In despair, for my templet were 'ot When 1 chanced to look 'round There, stood that old 'ound, That Red Cross mongrel called Spot. VI. "Now, a lady's fair face May be chock full o' grace; But the snout of that griuled, old cur 'Ad it heat forty waya And the rest of my days I'll remember that 'angel' in fur. VII. "Well, 'e needed no bid; But 'e snatched at my lid And wit off in a flash like a shot. When at last I awoke I was far from the smoke, In the 'hot' on a snowy white cot. VIII. "Now, I don't keep a log, But the Ueed of that dog Will forever remain in my dome. If it wasn t for Spot JUNIORS OF STATE COLLEGE ENTERTAIN SENIORS AT SMOKER SP'SeiAl. COBMIWOtNCI to Kn-tNiif iounnalI State CiilleKe, M., May 12. Tin junior ilass of the New Mexi'-o State collude held their annual Junior smoker at thf rooms of Professors Hamilton snd Maynard on the colleKe farm Vedneda evoniiiu. The buys of the senior class weiv the nucsis if the 1 lass of IT, and with several of the faculty members pres ent, thp affair turned out to be a Keit eral get -together met-llnu. There were aliout forty present, and the rvenlnp w.iN spent In oard playing, speech makliiK and phonograph reeoid play liiKr. Uefreslini'-iits were served Into In the evetiitiB. I.ytton It. Taylor, a prominent at torney of Las I'ruies and former Htu Uent of the colling, iddressed the weekly muetliitt of the Youns Men's Christian association on 'Sueccss, and How to Measure It," Tuesday evening at the "V bullditiu. This week's Issue of the Konnd-l.'p, the students' weekly publication, was put out hy the eiiKineeig with Law-1 renee Campbell hh editor. With short articles on tho current uffalrs at the colleRe for the week, the puper -on-talns immy srtii les of Ketieral oiirI neerlnR Interest. The. engineers have chosen officers to Mrv tbi' dub durinx the coimIiik year, selectitiK ns their prpslilent Mil ton Hliiekwell, '17. of MoKolion. John fteiUl, of I-ns Ouces. will serve ns vb.-e president; Fled Quesenlierry, I.as ('ructH, as secretary, and l?vun Car roon. of Hoswell, and Willis Thomas, of (lallup, aa menibcrs-at-lar(t 1'rof. A. F. Uarnts, dean of the school of enKinpcrlng, will act as faculty ud- lser. An election for officers to the Y. M. C. A. tidvlsory board was held on Tuesday and resulted In the selection of the following, who will serve rlur hiK tho comiiiK yenr: Faculty mem ber, Dr. 1.. H. liittley; alumni mem ber, W. A. Sutherland, l.as Cruces; citizon member, I.ytton Taylor, l.as Cruces, and students members, F-d-ward Wharton, '17, of liouKlas, Ariz., mill Iwell Locke, IT, Mcsllla Park. RODRIGUEZ AND ROCHA FOUND NO I GUILTY W JURY Following Their Acquittal Dis trict Attorney Moves. Dis missal of Indictment Against Anastacio Jiminez, READ 1 COMPANY E PRICE 0 1 Sixty Years the Sfxndsrd Of the four men Indicted on the charne of murdei Ing June N. Chitvex, three are freo. Anist'l llodilKue and riuailalnpe Hocha were released yesterday morning when the Jury's verdict of not unilty won received by JiulM) Itaynolds, of the district court. The Case reached the Jury early Thursday nliibt and thn verdict a reached shortly afterward. However, thn verdict whs sealed, in accordance with the court's instruction. and its content were not publicly known until yesterday monilm; when II was rend in open con it. Irnmedtatelv 11 f lev tho nunoutue inent of the verdict District AHorney Manuel 1". mil moved th it the In dictment against Anasl.ulo .limine be dismissed, .lose Medina, the Court li man named In the Indictment, was convicted eaillev in the let 111 ot murder In thu fit st device. Will ppciil Mcitinu Cnc, JudUe Haxnolds yestertlny denied u motion for a new trial for Medina and W. A. Kelcher, counsel for the man, Have notice of an appeal. Medina Is to be sentenced today but the appeal will act us a stay of execution. Mr. Kelelier and Thomas X, Wilkerson defended Hodrimiex and Itoeha. Juilne itaynolds dischatKeil panel receiving the verdict in Hodrlaueit-lioehn. case, closjiiK criminal docket. City May Have Property for $100,000 First of. Any Month; Expected to Submit Offer in Writing. A. H. McMlllen, president of the Water Supply lOmpany. i expected to submit to the city C. written offer to sell all the corporation's holdlisj for -tir, 111)0, the full amount of the bond imn? authotize,) at the munici pal cbetlon. The city may take oer the company the f:i't of any month at this price follow pu; necessary leal forma lilies. Mr. Me.YIIUen was said io have made this ofiw to Mayor Weterfeld. the water and finaioe commlttccx of the council. Mavor Wentei feld mid the mm Uadetren cream of fsrfsr derived freiti grapes. NO ALUM water company head was to place the terms In writing to submit to the city. The mayor had not received tho writ ten offer last niKht. Notes of Interest From State Museum l I ui rmAv in die I'd ' started to rot LiclH yynj prepared to 'and all my checks in. I And I'd never seen Hingland nor 'ome." : (Copyright, 1 9 1 6, by he New York Evening Telegram, New York Herald ! Company.) GUTHRIE SMITH HERE TO WRITE POLITICS (Iiitluie Smith, of Alamosnroo, nr livoil in Albiuiuerqiip Thursday and will spend several days in this city takinic in the New Mexico political situation from the standpoint of both the democratic and republican parties. Mr. Smith has been commissioned by tlie Hi 1'aso Herald to write a .serlc.-. f sliuies on Xew Mexico politics and the outlook for nomination and elec- tioii of candidates in both the politi-1 Two sjici ial troop trains are schod ml camps, and he is now inakrtfc u I ub-d to arrive here today. They are tour of the Matt; gathering material j eavryimr Cubed States soldiers from for these stories. j Seyttle, Wash., to the Mexican border. Mr. Smith is one of the best knowit.The troops were said to be coast ar- ! land briL'htest newspaper men in New tillerymen who are to be used as m- j Mexico, hems a member of the stuff I faulty a Ions; the international line 01 j of the titcro County Xews, of Alamo-j in Mexico. They are coming by way i K'irilo. of which he was formerly part (of Denver. lie has a wide ncUHintMnct owner, lie has a ! with political conditions thnuinhouf the state, and his stories in the Herald ' will be read with much interest here. TROOP TRAINS EXPECTED TO ARRIVE HERE TODAY HAWKINS' RIPE OLIVES We carry .several Trades ami sizes nt" tho Iicm Gilii'nrnia t"ck obtainable, t'roin a nice little tin of ff-'Oil 0110 at lOt?. to the quart tins of the mammoth olives at 70c each. BEECH-NUT PRODUCTS -We Carrv I'rarticalh- the Kutire I. inc. f The Grape Jelly is the T'ol tasting k And Vcch-Xut Oscar Sauce is a fine cnndiment, ju-t nsbt t"i' cold mtals. ebons, steaks, etc. It has the (uamy. h-i Aaf x'lllll sm- at.... 20 3( OIIA jar APPLES Are alxdit out of the market, but we still have a lew ,!lxes of very fancy Washington Winesais and Calimniia White Winter I'ermains. FRESH VEGETABLES Our assortment todav includes rrceti and wax beads cucumbers, native ocas, fresh tomatoes, crystal wax onion,. ... .1 t:.- ;.. 1,,.., . I lettuce 'i-'parajrus, new natne Ik-cis. ami 1 '"' ORANGES An extra large, nice, juicy orange. ht h. HAWKINS' MARKET Choice cuts of grain-fcl beef. H.rk and mutton. SpniiiT ainb today. Nice brains, pickled lamb tongue. Icnie dressed poultry. Gixrfl salt mackerel. We carry the package spread cheese, cream, clnh and 1 iiniento. 4 OPERATION HEADS OF SANTA FE'S WESTERN LINES TO MEET HERE Officials of the operating depart ment of the Santa I'e railway's wes tern lines wilt meet, this morninu lit the Y. M. C. A. biiildim? for a cont'er- nee. Uelieral .ManaKer K. C. Kox is expected to attend. The two Ken cral superintendents of the western lines, C. II. Ilristol, of l,a Junta, Colo., and T. H. Siars of Amarillo, Ton., will be here as well us all the divi sion superintendents. AGRICULTURAL AGENT READY TO TAKE POST (9PCC1AL CO(SPONDENC TO MOftNlNa JOUKNAUI State Ciillesc, X. M Muy 12. Prof. ICdward Divilbiss, of thu department of horticulture, will leave shortly for Uoswclt. where he will assume the duties of county agricultural ae.nt for Chaves county. Prof. J. W. Kitrney, '12. the present agent, will return to Slate college and will take up the work of Professor Divilbiss in the de partment of horticulture. Mrs. Uniiser, former cook al Me-l-'ie hall, and daughter, Mubcl, were visitors at the college Monday and Tuesday. They are now located at Klcphant Kutte dam. w. 44 L HAWKINS Phnnes- 524 109-111 North Second Street. 11 SUBCOMMITTEE HEARS MORE ABOUT BRANDEIS IBV MOftNINO JUUltNAL SPECIAL LKASIO WIRS) Washington, .May 12. Keopt-neil hial'inxs before the senate judiciary siib-eommitte inv'stiKatinp the fitness of l.ouis 1 1. I.'ri.ndeis for the taifireine court bench boun and ended today with the introduction of testimony rc ifardhiH' Mr, Itrandeis' connection as counsel with the numer last January of the l'oit-d DruK company nnd tho Kiker-1 leKcman Drus Stores ruin puny, ami a statement by Commis sioner Harlan that Mr. Ilnmdcis' ser vices to the Interstate Commerce commission in the r per cent advance rate cases were eminently lory. The Mil -committee, which had rei oinineiided by a vote to two, lonfiimation of the nomination, will diaft a supplemen tal. v report when today's evidence has been printed. There was no indica tion toidubt as to when a vote In full committee miuht be expected. ISPfCIAL COHIIMNOINCI TO MONIN JOUNNAL1 Santa Fe, May 1-. SomethiiiK unite different from any exhibit heretofore placed In the Palace of the Cov crnors, is the sorb s of water colors huiiK last evening In the historic re ception room. They are from the brush of Mrs. Winslow Skinner, an ar tist who has been in France and Italy the past decade but spent the past winter in California, and expects to be in Santa Fo for fi. lime, a member of the local urt colony. The score or more pictures exhibited give Impres sions and K'limpsoH of Italy's architec tural Klorlea, especially in northern It aly, and of the California missions. They are hold in color, impressive In composition and fine In fueling, Take a paint ins lik t'H't of the Villa d'Kste with the walk between aombre cy presses up to the palace, or those of San Juan Cuplstrano with Its majes tic, niches and the California sur.lit;hl lying upon the noble facade or the fountain of the Panta Harbara mis sion, or view the shady colonnades and wide stairway In some Italian Kardoti. Hero and there are scen 's of picturesque Monterey, n seascape, with the surf dushlnn- high over the grim rockn of Paso del Uobles, San Fer nando, the hlnh nnd quaint arches in the outer wall of Perugia with women carrying their loads of hay into the town at sundown, u view of the Si. Francis chapel at Assisi and the fa mous bridge between Perugia and Assisi, and other architectural bits that briiiR homo the beauty and simi larity of Italy and southern California. Three of Mrs. Skinner's water colors hatiB t proHPiit in thp twenty-second annual exhibition of the Huffalo Art nailery, The exhibit here will he up for several days and Is well worthy the close study of art lovers. No ad mission will be charged to the ex hibit and the public Is Invited to view It. The following registered at the mu seum: Jes.sc Harris, New York City; Krne.st I.'. W'ritfht, Unclnosa. X. M.; K. H. lirantley, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Frank Paisnno Moses Sjwtrom, Ln Kiina, N. M-; .Vr. i::ia M. Keith, Miss May H. W'ood i l, Worcester, Mass.; John Kothe, i'.a tlmore, Md.; Kev. Clemens, FarmltiKton, X. M.; "'. K. KnlHht, Denver, Colo,; Finest D Rey nolds, Xntun. ' Opinion 1111 Double Taxation. Santa Fe, May 12. In response to an iimuiry by K. A. Martin, of lial lup, Attorney lienornl Frank W. Clancy ruled today that the collection of county and city licenses from re tail liquor dealers Is not double tax ation, and even if it were there Is nothing in the statute or the consti tution to prohibit it. salisfac- I I a In mly of three I iru ndeis DOINGS OF INTEREST IN FEDERAL COURT :PI CIAL DISPATCH TO MOPHINO JOURNAL Santa Fe, May 1 2 Fimineer Junius W. Johnson went to AlbiKpn ripie this afternoon, and from there will K to Tijeras canyon to Inspect two bridges that are hointf built there as part of Kl ('amino Ueal. Waller J. Pinson today moved his nood road.s camp from a point on Kl Camino ileal eleven miles south of Santa Fe to the foot of I.11 I'.ajada hill. Thomas F. Meal today resumed work on the Taos-Questa state high way in Taos county, where work was stopped last fall when the first heavy snow tell. C. II. Wileman, at work on the road between cnrrlzozo and AlarnoHordu. has completed the work and Is mov ing his camp to Hoswell to start work on the road between Iloswcll ami Hondo, Lincoln county. TRUNK SALE The anticipation ofj your going away will be I more pleasant if you are prepared with proper luggage. For Saturday only, 10 per cent reduc tion on every trunk, bag and suit case in the store. Prepare! Golden Rule Dry Goods Company. Electric Iron 1 1 .FIC "1 --K Here is relief from ironing day drudgery no hot, stuffy room no wailing no walking no bolder you simjrly put in the plug. 1 This is the iron with the famous hot point, attached stand and cool handle. Attaches to any lamp socket. Guar anteed for ten years. The manufacturers have increased the price of this iron ... ?j ;o 1 . .1.:. i.- f I 10 sm,,io we .tie 111. living .1 spit 1. u pi lie hi una nine ui 93.00. lietler buy your electric iron NOW. i Albuquerque Gas, Electric Light & Power Co. PHONE 98 V ? V ? ? f t t T ? ? y What Position Do Yom Want? t t Y J y t 9 IS THERE SOME POSITION "I IK "HER IT" THAT YOU $ HAVE YOUR EYES OX, !UT WHICH REQUIRES SPECIAL TRA1XIXO TO SECURE ANT) HOED? IS THERE SOME OTHJ-R LINE OF WORK YOU WOULD RATHER I5E IN, t - y IJL'T REQUIRES EXPERT KNOWLEDGE? SUMMIT) UP IS THE INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS HAVE A WAY BY WHICH YOU CAN ADVANCE I f 7 J T t y Just mark the coupon below. We will fit you for your chosen oc- fy semen From and arter this date a chart; of ten cents per line will be made for publication of cardg of thanks, reso lutions of respect, obituaries, etc. Thla ioeg not apply to notlcen of death, time of funeral and similar notices, which will be published as a matter of news. Persons deslrinu to publish (arris of thanks, etc., will please writ them out and send or brine them Id THK MORNING JOURNAL, TUB KVKNtNO HKRAIJD. Rl rstato problema purchases, sales or tr.rte are el'y solved hy Journal want ails. Hs! tbeia; um Hum. Do It tuda( oiiay I'lalih Xch School. Pantit Fe. May 12. Plans were completed today by County Su perintendent John V. Conway for a four-roomed school house alom; modern 1 lines with domestic sci ence and manual training rooms and equipment at the coal min ing camp of Madrid. At least three teachers are to he employed next year, the coal company contributitm heavily toward the new structure and the maintenance of the school which Is attended hy children of many na tionalities. At San Pedro a new mod ern school .houne is also to be con structed and at the adjoining camp t,f Golden, extensive alterations and re ps Irs are to be mad to thp two roomed building built two years a$y. X y t t t ? X ? t ? ? t f y ? ? cupation raise your salary make you successful. Please explain nnd advancement to tin ixti-:xatixi, )ititi:spoMu:x( i: schools Rot HHH. NCR.WTOX V. without further obliRation on mv part, how I can iiualifv for n lafHer salary position, trade, or profession before which I have marked X. Automobile Running Ailti'i-Usim; Mini Mis baoical i ;m;lois-r I bi ll leal i :iiK(oc-r Poultry I ai iolnir I ;nll-(i RrancliiM Machine I nuliKi r I Jim-IHc Wlrcnmii SlioH-Canl Writ! ns CooimerHal lllusliiitliiR Mechanical lirallsinan l lcitrlc lat;hOiia Window 'J'l'liiinilnx 'I'cmllo Maniil'ai OiHnu Machinist I Jcctric llailMis llaiikliu: llimf iitor "mI Ventilation Toolmaklntr Telephone l)H'rt IUx.kkieHT Archltoctiiiti Patti-rnimiklnir TclcKrapli Const ruction SIt ootraidiiT 'oiitracf iiur & KiiIIiIIiik Molding Steam l-lnvlmtT Civil Ncilce i:am. AiiliMiiliiial Drallsm'ii (.as i:imlmir Mai-lne j:iiineT To sisak I'rciK li .structural KiikIiiiit R frliri;ratloii lln-rlnecr j coil Knulneer l' Ks-k ;ri-iimii Structural lirallsinan Hallroad onstroi lion I Siinovlnir Mapplne To ss-ak SMinisli Concrete ( onstriii tlon I'lmiihtf & Sfm lit e 1 Miinlclnl Fniil itiur To siwak llallnii Chemist Pliini bin g iish i -tor I Itrl 1 1 i;o I oiriius-r Name, Ht. and No. City .State Your Advancement Rests With You