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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Wednesday, October 25, 1916.
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CRESCENT HARDWARE CO.
gtovrw, Kaugtw, limn- fftn iMllM l.'nmU,
nnii i mi lug, twtttHmg, Hi-Hi
sir W, CEWTRAL am
'iillcri, Tools. Iron l'ltc, Vahe
Tin mill OpppSS Work.
TI 1,1 PHONE Sift
BUCKS FOR SALE
MtloN IC N.l
-It Msl It
TWO
It Mltol II. I. IT
I lts OLD.
ltMS oi: AMI
CHAS. CHADWICK & CO.
Albuquerque, tarn Mexico
HILLSBR05. RED
CAN COFFEE
A TOP NOTCH GRADE
Bsverlds; passed thi
eye earl) est erdey i
Hants Pe'e east bound
iti-ii. 'rin- train, due
was lull- tnd Benatoi
letlred whi n the train
Aid
urnliiK mi th
California iim
nt in (i. in .
Beverldge iiii'i
1 1 .ii hi d I I'll -
ii uerque
vet n
Ml
III- M I "II
i 'allloi ni'i
tin- wai in Dan.
1 lb. can
2 lb. cans
45c
85c
WARD'S STORE
HOMHI1
111 Mm III.-
II
Ave
U ltl.
I'lmncn
Ma-r.
2UM -2l
i.f Ml
John' (fund
tbU sfternoo
:. x. Bulloi It,
..t
:hih
i
K Tennus has ratornod 'ram
win re hi' Iiiih hoi-ti for the
links, taking pest-traduat
THE EIRST SIGN
OE WINTER
III l II l I 1 PUMPKIN PIES
i iiai r i in n mm
lilt S Mil l
I'l Mi l IIMi KM BREAD
u mill li ( UK AIM i'l i l N
I.I M IM IHII. I'll Ml s
K ss cn BEEF
HEN! INK M'KIMi LAMB
Ii M.TIMolll: QVHTI Its
HMOKED BLOATERS
hum i I s in ititii.
I I I! 8PM I IL I M
i I v homi oltM l) HI I I
I Pot N lis I OH 2."ir
CAMPBELL soi in s i il. I, Iflo
Will s HEL1 l NI I
soon TO 16c,
JAFFA'S
Quality Market jj
I'lloM B 81 M :t2 I
mm m
All ATTORNEY I
PROBATE
T
Appoint Committee to Learn
Whether Candidates
Withdraw In Favor of Pro
fessional Man,
Hit
Kill k.
Ill
,l
Woman's in'' iiniitiMi i n imii
i Ik- tmonr, Himisiit orfheatra,
Mission nml refit linn ni. ft, All par
couple; ' viin lady, mi rent, Ticket
mi slid ill l.i niili;i mill Mal-onV
A GOOD SHOW WILL
BE HERE THURSDAY
AT CRYSTAL THEATRE
announced elsewhere In iin' city
"Tha Olrl From U B. a.," a
military and muilcal sun ess,
ippeer al the Crystal theater to
pless report
show will
ELBE
DISCHARGED UPON
1 1 1
Mil
I'lin III
Whole
if
i.i il,. mi l(i . Wii.-i- Iniil.
iiih liMiiini and en ni hi, i now
in package or iulu.
Matteucci, Palladino & Co.
Groceriei and Meats
801 W. IDi riiH. Phone 15
will
nun i iiw nlk'lit . and fi inn
ii i i oni ludad Hnii ths
come up in expectation
following talagi in. whli u
company, was raoalvad th
"La Junta, ( ! . lot
"riu- Barnatt Amuaamanl
Albuquerque, N M
The I ill I ft
in n' tonlffhl i"
flna hIihw, fin
runt costumes
production and
here Thi
praises ido
othai la
H, lilt,
i 'ompany.
it ii
ti
:lll for
pill I.
I III
-in r s A," played
n i Ik houae Ii is a
canary and magnlfl
This Ih h hljih-claaa
.Mm i mi recommend
na. i have booked
rn date ni Li' Junta,
'Manage
WONDERLT,
Wbnderly Theater,
FINE MUSICAL SHOW
ON THE PROGRAM
AT
CLOSE OE CASE
Last Trial Scheduled for Jury
for Term Expected to Reach
End Today; Nieto Defense
Nearly Complete,
The September term "f the dlatrlel
court, iih far at the Jury in concerned,
will clou today with the verdlet if
there Ii one in the Nieto case. Judge
ii i". rlaynolda win dfcwharge-'the
panel for the term whan (ha twelve
of ft members, hearing the Nlato
caae, have completed ihcir eervtce, u
mi moi e eases, rith
Ivll or
ti
rl m I nu I,
trial tiy
Strong Brother!
Undertakers
PROMPT IKRVK K. I IIOM.
7ft. BTHONfJ BliK., VOPVKH
AND HGCONO.
CRYSTAL TOMORROW
LOCAL ITEMS
or iyv.ej-7
ItiinkiiiK . i - Mi hi'iimiiii'm rmiHl
llUCCeeaful ninnli nl i ii i 1 1 1 1 IIiiiih, roini'H
. Willi, mi Wamaher'i latent New VorVi
I aanaation, "The olrl Prom the r H.
A ," proclaimed by nil cltlei in be one
I of iiii tunelteet, enappleel and braat.
i leal production! eaan on Broadwiy in
1 1 1-, en eeaaone.
i The niTnitini company and produc
Itii'ii. eonalatlng of some forty people
nml ii ruiTiinl uf Hii-npiy nml offeota,
and the large nml famoue beauty
Ichnrun, comee to the Cryetal theater
27.1. I
meal I
H your moila ti 1'nllmnr. Cafe,
MniHn K Timra T'lxi Phone 171
i he Model n oodmen a in
I Mill in tlir A il I' W hull.
The Royal Neighbor win meet at
I 10 o'cloi k tohighl ui the i u. o K,
ball
The Queen' Daughter win hold
their regular bl-monthl) meeting HiihI
aftori i nt no in i ii h ii 1 1 of Met I
.Mnr. ' hull The pubHe i Invtti 'i
Mra B C MacDonald and children
Hit Monday fm Callferni .mil ure
it "ii in it-it relatlvt a Thej win be
away anoui two n,.s
Banta ft train Mo, :', due hara hi
I 1 1 p, in, wai fimi boure lata ree
terda) The delay wiif oaueed in the
breaking ef b drawbar on the Coaal
I.lnaa, Tn California Limited and
tin v, f"iinw ink NOi l, were mi time,
Dr, D H Boyd, prealdanl nr the
UntvaraJt) nf Nan Mexico, left inst
night fm i 'im ie nml Portatea Mr
iii attend t he Rooae n count)
teachera' inniinu and alve mi hIiIh-hm
! for il hhtIii I
'I'll III Hllll '. I II
ngajfamenl of one night,
to be i 2D.
GIBBONS TO SPEAK TO
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
.i ii aibbone, of Topeka, Kan., 111
i.'iir mi addraaa before Albuquerque
Council Nil Ml, KiiikTiIn nf Columbua,
tonight nt Kt. Ilary'e hill. Mr, Olb
iiiiiis win tnik mi the "Ubiecte and
tun of the Order," Mr (llbbone is
widelj known becauee of hhi work in
the order' third degree nix talk to
night I expected to be eapeolally brn
ml in nt'w member.
rfh
Rverytxid i ure in have good
time ill the llHllnwr'ni linllr in Ih-
gtven in si. Mary1 hull Thuredaj
night lllu rauitcvHIc iii'itKiitm anil
otd-faaMtniod mum'-. The fun bcgin
ui liM, it. rn -h nis.
DEATHS AND FUNERALS
-'I wr
jury
The Nleto caae, in which Mra Ptlo
men Nlato I eulng the 'iiv Bleotrle
company fur $s, 000, aaaarttng Him waj
Injured I y being itruek by a trolley
ear, win go to itir Jury probably thtg
morning, The pin i n t if r, who began
her oaae Monday, ftntahed H ycHirr
day and the defenae began, 'I'lio ih'
fenae he only one or two wltnaaaai
in place on ii"' Hinnii today, it waa
Nanl.
PuWWx'r is 3nJolned.
The dlatrlel court yeiterday made
perpetual ti" temporary Injunction
real raining Ham ofl Qarcle and hlaaa.
eoclate from publishing Bl Agrl ni
tor Moderno, al Rernallllu, HandovHl
county, si" tiff Bmlllano Lueero and
bU po-plalntlff In the action were
Klven poeclon nf the printing plant
i inn in imii leaned the plant, Ha wai
eald in helve refuaed t yield posaee
shin whan it :im demanded,
The hearing on the petition for Hie
creation nf a drainage dlatrlel nt
Bernalillo will be held in the dlatrlel
i ourt, November i s.
PAINTING
AND
PAPERHANGING
Done by
gua "i nteod
paper and
er Fourth i
jol .
limit
ml l
I'HAI'VIN, niraiiN .i
The only union wall
tore in town ( oi n-
ntnil n rn lie .
B, M 1 1 .1 .1 WIS
Donttal
Koom 1 nd I, Whttlnx Iliitldlng
Corner Baoond tt, lold
T'hnnK N'i t4
nerori in organtaation
I'npi w it Barney,
i in" i oond nrt or on tin
tin- Santa Kr, iiiiinint;
Krldas
former
I'UllHt i
:.l IT,,
Ity
nihl I
ity, Iiiih returned I " I In-
i ix Week Mull with hi n In
Jork i 'ity Young Barney, wh
will know! here, p- thi manag
tin Biting theater nf Nan fort
iiimii" Puentea, arreated by
trolman Pablo Lai Jan, mi the c
of , irrylng i guh, waa wntenoi
nt day in t hr oaunt) Jail h .
v w McClellan 1 1 eti rda) t hi
i' i callbei n utoma Ic, win be 1 1
over t" the government, Puentei
ii, bought it in KiniMiiH.
Pormer United stairs Benatoi
after
New
1 1
Pa
i Ill-Ills -II, ,
iTiii"-i, Infant eon of Mr, ami mis
lalvador Bllva, died yaaterday morn
ing at .iL'h Weal Btover avenud, Fun
eral ervleei will be held al o'oloch
ihis morning -ii PYed Crollott'i tinder
taking f Burial will ha lit Bant
i hi rtte ia cemeteri
A, I
Ml
ild, dl
I T nl Cl
funeral
mad.
Miss Juanlta (lutlerrca,
T uanlt tlutb rt eg, : r ye ra
I w -1,1,1.1, morning al h''1
torth "f here, from pneumobl
i oftt e'en n iv, hef when
am The bodj wan lakon to
ollott' undertaking inotnu. No
trrangementa nave turn
v'. ri'iit
I he enthusias
tut h ft imbined i
the experience i age
make
Stein-Block
Sni.iri ( lothes
the leaders as t he)
have been for sixty-
t 3 t ars in t.
Mid (jualit .
s I I x Ms ril In
OYKKCOATM HI in s.tj mi
7
'.r i : '
"t X.: '- Af
Rebuilt and Slit)htly Used Cars
Onn i!H7, K-naaranger Chalmera in
I erf eel condition; taken in trade for
j .paaaenger "f aame model,
One till l-cyllnder Hudaon in ex
cellent ahape; finu oar fur rrnt orv
iii'. one Modal 71 Overland, overhauled
a iii in f trait olaaa order,
Two Porda, un touring and one
truck bod lea
BtTTLRR AUTO CO,,
Ptfth and Copper,
Maxwell nml Chalmera Dlatrlbuton,
E.L. W ashburn Co.
Oysters
Wr isrt our oyetera iiirn-t
from the oyatar bade on the
i mist of Connecticut, tthe home
of iiir oyster), and are recelv
1 1 1 n ahlpmenta nearly every day,
thus Insuring you of frees
n Kiel's 'r aye durtrlbu-
tni'N nf Sralshipl Oystora for
tins state and are now prepared
to give an order, either lomi
Z "i for ahipplng, prompt at ten
uon,
in mil Meal Department, wo
win have tin- following Special
fm todai
PORK TBN DBRLOINB,
BWWaTT BREADS,
BRAINS,
BROOK Pi ELD BAU8AQB,
SPRING LAMBS
V BAL
1 1 1 iME-MADB BAU8AOK.
Our butchera have made
meats the life' buainea and
know bOW to or't you.
ir its Good to i m We Have it.
rin in.' urn Jin ,si tVntral i
Attorneys win not oermll tin
ii nl not for the piohat it rt Ity thr
late .iniiiiM stiiah snd Judge John ita
ron Burg to deteriorate without an ef
fort to prevent it They t"k action
to keep up the standard "f the court
last Bight ut a niPi'lniK held Bl the
commercial club. Nearly every attor
ney in Albuquerque was thru or rep
i aen ted.
The attoroeys' plan is, first, tn as
certain whether tho candidates nomi
nated by the republican and demo
crata, both of whom are laymen, will
withdraw In favor of the movement
in retain a lawyer in the probate
oourt aini, if they conaent, to have
both parties name lawyer an candi
date or for both parties to agree
Upon one man.
No pemoiial alia, k a.s made at
last night's inertin-. upon either the
republican or democratic candidate.
The lawyer wen- influenced nut by
any feeling nKninsti elthet of the can
didates hut by the opinion thai tiu
probate Judgeship was a Job" for an
attorney,
Neither weir tin- lawyers actuated
by desire to plarr any partlrular one
of their number on the bench. They
will not Insist upon any paitirul.it
candidate or candidate, if he is a
rotnpeteiit uttorney that will satisfy
thrm.
Commit let- Nun -pa it Km.
.Ii'lin K Slinins presided al last
night's meeting and Pearoe C, Rodey
was secretary. Mr Simins was au
thorized by resolution, offered by H.
it. Jamison mid seconded by Laurence
P i.rr, tn appoint a committee to
wait upon the republican and demo
rrntie central committees iii an effort
in plan, a lawyer in the probate court,
Thr non-partisan character "f the
attorney's efforts I Indicated In the
make-up of the committee, which
consists of three rrpuhllran and thrri'
dsraocrata Members "f the commit
tee are m. K. Hlokey, Col, J. w. Dob
son, Pearec C, Rodey, Senator Isaac
Berth, City Attorney v, A Keleher
and QedTge C, Taylor. Thr last three
are democrats.
This Committee vill meet at ;1(
o'clock tins morning in Mr, Taylor's
office In the Cromwell building, Sec
ond streri nml Qold avenue. At this
meeting arrangements are to be made
for the committee's conference with
the republican ami democratic cen
tral commltteea The attorneys' com
mittee win ask iiu central committees
whether their candidates will resign
in favor of attorneys. The confer
ences probably will be held today.'
Poor l.siatis Might suffer.
Attorneys pointed out in defense of
their stand thai weighty technical
questions must be decided at times by
thr prohate judge, of course, i hen
is Opportunity tO appeal to the dis-
trlct court, but thai coats money,
That would megji hut little t" rich
estates, hut tn poor estates It would
mean more, Also, attorneys said, the
district court's buatnea Is heavy and
an Increase in the way of appeals
I nun t In- probate c ourt would oyer
crowd the docket and handicap the
court.
Thr attorneys are not making any
attm-k upon thr present candidates as
to their character or Intelligence,
They frit, hnurver. that the probate
court, whloh in iternaiiiio county han
dles many rich estates, requires a
technical knowledge which no one ex
cept a professional man possesses.
The attorneys' efforts are directed
only toward placing trained man in
the office, They are not supporting
any candidacy. Privately, it was said.
however, that Thomas K Ii Maddi-
aon, district clerk) a member of the
Bernalillo County Bar association,
would i"' qualified in the event that
both parties agreed upon our candi
date, because of the fat I thai he has
st-pt free from Ml i llRl i r.u in partisan
politics,
Backing No Candidate,
in the evenl that both parties de
cide to put up candidates if the pres
ent ours withdraw, of course -there
would be a greater number of possi
bilities, Assistant United Stairs At
torney ii i; Coora Judge John Baron
Hum. John W . Wilson and Thomas X
vVllkerson have hern mentioned,
However, the attorneys instructed
their committee only to ascertain
whether the Judgeship mlgh! I"' filled
l a lawyer There were no instruc
tions to recommend any candldatea,
Henry hauls baciqaqe and
other things. Phone 939.
C. H. CONNER, M. D. D. 0.
Osteopathic Specialist,
office Stern Bldg. Phono 0 1 1 -1 " "
I treat all curable diseases.
REGISTER NOW
Registration plaoea In the city, for
the coming election, have been estab
lished as follows:
Precinct No. 1 2, Division No. 1
New MeXlee Cigar CO., UI West Cen
tral avenue.
Precinct No. 12, Division NO, I Na
tional Investment Co., in: North
T hird street
Precinct No. Division No. 1
Prod Crollott'i office, 118 South Sec
ond street.
Precinct No 26, Division No. 2
At o A. Matson's stationery store.
;fl! West Cent tal avenue.
Books of registration will be closed
October 17 at midnight The dis
tricts are divided by Second street and
Central avenue,
PALMS HOTEL
Under new management. Itonnis
thoroughly renovated. Ity day, week
or month. First door west of Pas
time, Phone 371.
OenMoa CoeJ the
Coal i. I'll'in,. 01.
last. Halm
SPRINGER
Bigger and Better'
llntncr House. Sift'.j south first
Street, NIOS . I, in room: light
ii, u i. ., !"".- enesssa. tinme ssi.
BEBBER, OPTICIAN
Citizens Bank Bldg.
Smash the Huhbell-Gillenwater Machine
jf', JaaaaV
Novelties and Favors of
All Kinds
There are acore of pretty things
to choose from. Our selections
a I " replete In the newest and
dainties: Inwirs and novelties tbut
Jack-o-Lanterns Ido to iw
Black Cats lot
Black Cat Candle sticks :.
Place Carda doxon '
Napkins, pkg., i '3 il"."ii .
Table Cloths
I .".
:t.-,c
Horns and NolSamakei SV, $1 loX.,
each Ilk
Crepe Paper Hats,' ?i dosen:
each tOa
0. A, MATSON & CO.
2011 West Central.
'hone 111
B
TODAY!
THEATER
5 CENTS
The Shielding Shadow
Second Episode of This Great Serial in
Two Parts.
A Three-part Masterpiece
Steven's Sisters
Falstaff Comedy.
1st Y TltlB BRAND OF
"TELMO"
OANNKO OOODH AND TOC
HLAVK THE BKST
U3
TODAY ONLY
II. it. MtM.lt M IMP MARKEY IN
SHELL FORTY THREE
A Powerful I'in-nil r Drama S(, VI VW Thai It Makes y
(irlit Vour Scat.
noma bernon m olokia swansom in
THE SOCIAL CLUB
TWO-reei Keystone ( onii'dv.
TIME OP snow s I :iin, 2::i. 4:00, 5:30, ".nil, N:::n ami 10 a.
AdmissionAdults, 10 Cts. Children, 5 Cts
oaaaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee tt)J
X Oysters, Fish and
Vegetables Fresh
' Evefy 1 )ay
PHONE
993
Free Delivery to All
Parts oi' the City
Pacific Fish Market
.ion south Second. Pi O 93
Stephen E. Roehl
Candidate for Assessor
ill appreciate your vote, guaranteeing effi
cient work and correct assessments if elected
eeeeeeaeeeeeeeeeeeeaeeeeaeetHJ
M
IN UUK JNEW LOCATION
Wr have moved from our old quarters, iij West Copper, to H7
Kill West Copper just across the street Where we will b gM
A tn mret all of our old and new customers,
FIVE
CENTS
A little pamphlet
entitled
1hcPresidency
of the
United States'
containing the facts
and figures of
NATIONAL
ELECTIONS
and miscellaneous
data relative to our
country
FOR SALE AT
JOURNAL
OFFICE
The
Nickel
Each
HAUSER'S SADDLERY
Complete Line of Harness. Baddies and Auto Robes, We L
Auto Tup RepalrineT,
107-109 VMM COPPER AVENUE
CRYSTALTheater
Thursday, Oct. 26th
vVM. W IM8HER OFFERS
Tin- Benson's Uremics! Military
Mnslonl .success
The Girl From
the U. S. A.
Book anil l.iries by BIDE
DUDLEY
Music hv IT: :i:i- irri'ii
New ITork's LatO I Musical
Conwdy Do Lose
Famous American
Beauty Singing and
Dancing Chorus!
ORIGINAL CAST Nlt COM
PLETE SCENIC PRODUCTION
Portrayed by a Company of
in Musical Corned) sijus in
A Rip-roaring Spec
tacular Musical
Comedy
PRICES: 50c, 75c, $1.00, $l.r(
Scats ut Matron's Tuesday
C.H.CARNES
OPTOMETRIST
Eye (ilnss ami Spectacle Kittlitffl
BARNKTT BLDO. O round tli
202 W. Central. :: PHON1 HI
I eeeeeeeeeeeoe
NOTICE
TO GENERAL
CONTRACTORS
Write ti mil rslani d for pit
and specifications of the new I
Science Hall, a large huilflinM
i" be built hv t he i nl
ui' Now Mexico. t
J. L. LaDRIERE j
SiiM'i- isinK Architect II
Albuquerque, - - Mew J'1'' I
eeeeel
I
Let Us Send a Man
To lt-ila- thai Broken window
Olaas.
ALBUQUERQUE LUMBER CO
Phone tat. 42;t s. Pint
Tomei Bros.
THE TAILOR
120 NORTH SECOND STREW
order your HOLIDAY Wff
and OVBRCOAT now. Wr kW
a complete assortment import
ed and domestic roole
Prices are reasonalil.- - "r"
guaranteed or money if funded
K EMPLOY E1R4JT-I I v"
HELP.
COMB AfJD BEE US
TOMEI BROS.
40 PER CENT DISCOUNT
To close out an extra lot of high (fade Nnvujo IDlIS nfflt " '"
diH.s, ,,f Pair Week THESE BUGS MUST BE BOLD OB
TURNED li NOVEMBER 1st.
Hon't miss this short opMirtunltv to bu a liiifh irradc. "o"1 "arl'
IMC, in per cent ic-s nM regular price, UNTIL NOV. 1st oi -
The Bennett Indian Trading Co.
Itli and t.OI.I) AV
OPPOSITE INJSTOFFICE
oenSWlSp Hahn Coal Co.
C.sllnp SW
OerHUos
raona si
AlfTHRACTTE. ALL SIZES: STEAM COAL
Coke, Mill Wood, Factor Wood, Cord WoodL Hathr KMdMl
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