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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Sunday, November 12, 1916
Five
fat Heartily PROHIBITION TO
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Re
DyMiciMla Tablets After
i k ind Vou " M
M , t' 'ou WMl "'
"'"uh,. you went
prEB Trial PWe.
ffr' a child you at rav-
'l"n MviniuK that pl"d your
.-l si or other "tom-
Kle" suited. Why? Be
"fi I .tomach Juices were plen
i" . L im for the present deflc-
StfVuarV Dyspepala Tableti
u'ur suppl) "Ctch- up." n
" " vail well. ,
,ii . ,r next meal with
W hi. of the knowltdg
1 , vou have a
,pwa xaow
: ':'J . Lei your appetite hav
.,J in Vr" .... ii ihrnurh.
I"" v m l ' - ' . .
I'!1f , atuart's Dyspepsia Tablets
iipl' "' ' .omiancea. Thousands
i ' ". ' hH idvice and been glad government
ni'wJ'1 ' i tain Moven
tW u' h,,T f Stuart s nyspepsia igj, ,...,.,,,
,ur arugisi, oi wt greftteW ,,,
imIii
II (T
t.l VI
pin ot Biuan i
ready to take!
heartily, Enjoy your:
take
?nia t kable Anoea Signed hv
a Thousand Representatives
of the Biain Power of the
Nation,
( Anno, ftitrfl Trrs" CiirrrNponfVnr.)
i
EMITS' 3
OFFICES SAFE
the public hound into houses f re
freshment, ill qui, ken up our etvtl
and fighting populations, will ralae .1
u new- fire of resolution in our po
pie, and wiii siif to millions the first
opportunity the) have ovei had of
breaking uiii habits ,,t weakness and
forming new habits of strength.
"we believe thai in tins, as
other Vital Issues, there must In
path) of purpose and unity of
n all
synv
et loll
1 etwi en
appeal ti
and trust
and foil
the mm
emn trt
th
allied
the govs
our peop
nations;
-nt
and w e
, he hold
i" stroni
w
rtliv
Sena tin
nil hii far
given Mr.
ountv
artd pimiimcr
HllLII unlufl
London
shortls
31. A petition
UftRRELS DELAY
Official Count by Count)
missioners Reduces
Pluralities, but Victors
main the Same,
Some
Re-
in lit rnaltllo count) was
1
does not ,, ercoms I he lead
i 'htisman 111 hi naTTTTo
It) in the fourteen precincts oi Mando
is in. He was Informed, however,
that ihe two missing preelncts would
mid to his lead in thai Count) The
sen u, 'i was Informed that he re-
Ml,
missing precincts of Sandoval and Ban
NEW 1917 PACKARDS
RECEIVED IN CITY
ADJOURNMENT OF
I!
Bat U
.m from
i,,low ''""I"'
d
TTli ii:IM- coi vox
I ,iJ .... -el-., mm ,11
Milan ",
Marshall, Mlrli.. send
- -aaa tf -afc. "
pepala Tablets.
, Stuart '1
KMtt
State
bale of al
peal has
t housand
l'his
llll I
IITTLE MAXWELL
CAR STARTS ON ITS
NON-STOP CONTEST
just as U railroad shop whistle
, for 12 o'clock noon yesterday
.,' uttie Maxwell ear started on its
stop ran, With H. L. Hull as the
The start was made Iron) the
ll.fll'lBg Station at the corner of Cen-l-l
tfsnue and Fifth street, where
B was filled With twenty-nine
Honl of gasoline, and where the
m the preaence of quite a
.,! of auto enthusiasts, took a
r,i of all the necessary numbers
,he cur t" insure perfect fairness,
II, Hull had charge of the run from
noon mi o'clock, at which hour.
, ,h(. Hnic corner, he turned the car
gver tu C Travis, and the latter
ia charge up to 12, midnight,
mm midnight to I this morning;, the
. . inn over the city, on the mesa
mi throughout the valley was In
ihanw of aeorse Fan , when the cai
turned over to E, M. Taton, the
the
prohibit tin
markable ap
ready been smned by one
presentath es of the brain
I power of the nation, including leading
1 " Mk .' a 1
tors of munitions, privy councillors,
1 prominent men in literature, art and
music, finance ami industry, univer-
;sit. and college professors, heads
1 putiiie and sei ondarj' schools, pi
Inent scientists and medical men.
The memorial claims that 'two
grave dangers stand before the coun
try, holding back the power of ai!
I victory and throwing a shadow ovi r
I the vision of peace. One is the wast
1 lng power of alcohol; the other is
the Imperilling of infant life, Among
mi tne factors ot weakness these con
front us with terrible vividness and
they He Within OUI own power to con
trol. With the weakening power of
alcohol removed, our national effort
against the enemy would gather In
creased strength; with the Increased
strength and more rapid supplies oui
, losses in six campaigns WOUld have
I bt en buI manually reduced."
1 .e is 1 oiiccrnlflg M
The following facta are
cei nlng the effect of alcoh
1 It hinders the army, 1
; nitlons, keeps thousands (i
I war work daily, makes
1 workmen second-rate.
"Hampers the navy, de
poits, places them al th
nfubmarines, slows down
1 Congests dorks
"Threatens the merran
absorbina durina the wat
ty and seventy million cubic feet of
Space and retards building of ships
"Destroys food supplies; in twenty
I months of war it consumes over two
UCGHTION
1 laughter
malned 11
ot ' Ti I.
pel
,NQ JOURNAL triClAL LIU
Test . ov 11, 1 a
s of the Confederacy rs-
1 session Until a late hour lo
an effort to transact alt
business and adjourn Fae
arrela from Maryland ami
ut the convention far l ehind
The Official canvass, made v es
; dav Pv the cOURt) I oard. failed
I make any I hanee 111 the i SUltl
i election for Bernalillo county,
though it a Itered 1 he vol, ci'l dltei
several candidates In returns prlt
theretofore. The democt its hav
three county offices sheriff, asseaao
I and probate Judgl All n publlOal
IcanSldates from the head of the tick
et down, excepting those tot th ol
BY AGENT SAUER
to it it Sauer. local agenl for Pack-
Of ntrt mOtOr ears and trucks, leielveil ;t,
ii carload of the new 1911 models yea
i' 1
ad t '--" and one of the 2-Sfi series The
Keu)bro's
fleeu nam
The official COUnt
Socialists drew molt
the prohlbltlonlata In
I leeei v sd pluralltlt
is we
dap
tasolinc now
asterph 1 e
oin last yeai
11. like, and
1 1
its sche
meeting
Committee reportn consumed niueh
time tonight. The Daughters wiped
1 m the deficit of the Arlington mon
ument fond, raised sufficient money
to install a memorial window In the
Red Cross memorial hall In Wash
ington passed resolutions approving
the congressional project for a Clara
Barton window in the same building,
declared themselves against text
books in southern schools which "do
not portray the true history of the
south." and commenced n campaign
tor the substitution Of "the war he-
tween the states" for the present des
ignation! "civil war."
FOOTBALL RESULTS
HOClaliSt candidates for
lectors received 7 7 vot
the "dry" candidate
tors iioi ti. Colonel v
calf, socialist candidate
ad States senator, ran ah(
ihowed that th
votes than did
Bernalillo The
residential
,s, while
for elec
. Met
ier Unit-
iad of the
electors on his ticket, getting W. rne
vote for other socialist candidates
hovered clog to this figure, soine
tlmt going ahead of it and soinetllio H
dropping lower than it N,, prohibi
tionist vote was oaal except for presi
dt nii.ii electors,
Tlie Official Vote,
Hi re is the official Vot
Presidential electors Hammond.
it
; i ;
Wi Hi
lie marine,
otween six-
and a
sugar
: tv day
half million tons of food, With
enough to last the nation eigh
i and uses up more sugar than
Mi
. other trouble, but the engine
. a, ntlnue In operation. Th mo-
,,.ni the anaine ceases to work and
Hops, thai moment the non-stop con- the
Mds, A Maxwell dealer in Call-! ' 's r .
furnia at present holds the Maxwell tn nrsi twent) mon is oi i
non-stop record of approximately 22,- o ui peop.- spe
itlmikw, and boys at the Butler Auto "'' ,"",'"M s .. ", , .,,.
r-vrrSJSrr: r-:: ;r;:: u:. -,,,,,
. ii , , ,.,. acres of and and one and a half mil-
,, th way the ear worked vesteiav. ' ' , ,,
" . ,., i,oi,, ,h,v Oil tons of ca vcai y. , in n t e
"'" " "ou" ff . .T war ,. has involved the HftiM and
i r efl Bull 10 oi'iicvc ami ht
las time will he hung up by Alhu-
itrqoe. Tin- Judge are v. T. Me
tght, of the Morning Journal; D.
R, Tolman, of the gtudebaker agency,
and llaroh! Sellers, and the former
save the word "go" at 1- noon yes-
rii l ice i ro in Chihuahua.
Kl Paso, Tex., Nov. 11. A train or- j
riving tonight at Juarez from Chiuha-
ii rny brought 860 passengers,
mostly of the peon class, hut no Amer
Ii :i or foreign refugees, as was ex j
pelted here by government officials.1
None of the passengers crossed the In-;
: Itlonal In idgp tonight.
it has involv
handling on road and rail
i equal to fifty million tons.
I "Shatters our moral sir
j temptations to women Inva
to hildren and anxiety to
j of soldiers."
1 ing the eighteen months
j government appointed I Ii
i ontrol Its work though sm
had little effci
Of Weight
tigth; it
that dur
ilnce the
hoard of
essful so
cially,
great
In
Bpringfieldi Mass.. I at, l I '
school IS, Tufts ti.
South Dakota State -1. Nort
kota 7.
Colgate 35, Rochester fi.
Stevens 19, Connecticut Aggil
lolms llookins "1 We
land a-
Haverfoiil 18, Dickinson 7.
I Missouri 8, Kansas Aggies 7.
Kansas S2, Washburn 0,
Northwestern 20, Iowa lit
! Mount Union 7. Western Reserve 0
New York university 0, Colby 2,
j Columbia 0, Bwarthmor IE
i Rennaalaer 8, Worc ester Tech fi.
Williams 0, Massachusetts Aggies 0
Susquehanna 0, Syracuse 4?.
I aKny. tte. :t2, Alhrigllt 0.
Holy Cross 19, Bowdotn 10,
Gettysburg 27, Villa Nova '.I.
West Virginia Wesleyan , George
town 4 7.
case 1, Oberlin 0.
George Washington 21, lastern 0
Union 23, Amherst 8.
is nns) Ivanla state i o, Lehigh 7.
i ihio Stale u. Indiana 7.
Navy SO, North C
Army 17, Maine 3.
Mulligan 20. Conn
Notre Dame 2
Hill, It
ti i Garcia, D .
2,394 , Chavea, D . I
United states -en itoi
( 'ongrcsstuen- 'Hi rna
Walton, D.i 2,:il2,
Governor Cm i nm
Lieuteitant gov rnor
1,827; Mcl.on.ibl, 1 1 . J .
Secretary of st Itl
I :'.7 7 . I.ueeri
AuditOI Sal
1 1
! Tieasuri r 1'
i : .in . Patton, l
,712; Ortl
194 Upton
l( .
ot Kiibninrlne
ill
R it mon
surance agencies m New Orleans i
day received instructions from Ni
Ymk headquarter of British coi
panics to place no war risk insula!!
Upon Vessels flying flas of In lllgele
nations unless approved b) the hoi
Office, These Inst I net ions, ,i was si.
ed, were issued because of i uiii,
that a German submarine i uperi
lng ill Ihe Gulf of Mi xico.
Iter
mf . .n wm
b7j-ri.i'ri-vi
- - - - -i .......
I lor Worry Is
For Her Hat
Not I lor Hair
hair lli.it
"I til i omfurt ill liav iuk
,,it iiiow oft, Put many
Cio. until it is loo late.
save your hall is while
hair Ii
in
st
Hair Savor
i.,
NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE
It dispels hair UgHneSS gives the
ei. oil, ales dandruff, keeps th,- s, al
i lompaii) . I let roll Mb h ' pplleatl
i hie. snap and luster It
in and slops llcinng. Is not
arenteed b) Ho Herplclde
.it Ho in n, i barber shop
ASSISTANT IN TOBACCO
INVESTIGATION WANTED 1
I.. ..still, I
Hill, hell. It
Mir,
I)..
tommU
. R..
II.
loner of pub
,883; Davissi
if supreme '
Kiehl. D L'.L'
nut i otti in issioiu
I ' Montov.i. D..
Fifth district
Itarth, I ' . 2 190.
Seventh disi
The United Slates , ivii service i om- i
mission announces open competitive
examinations a lloa
December , associate ceramic
chemist i male i, $:.i""i to tech-;
nologlst in sugar beel seed production
(male), M100 to
December Raslstanl In tobacco
investigations (male), $y4u lo 1 1,200,
I ember 8-7, aid i ma I i . 1800 i o
$7.", junior explosives englneei
(male), 11,200 to $1,600; foci and
, 1 1 1 1 er Inaneetor (male). I . to
2,000,
December 18-14, assistant engineer
inspector of weights and monsurel
(male), 11,000 to $i,;oo.
Upon request furthet Information
will i,e furnished by H, Pagan ol
the forest service, local secretary, oi
the district secretary, postofflce build-
Itia San ITranclsco. t'alif.
j'THE TRAFFICKERS'
COMING TO CRYSTAL
TWO DAYS THIS WEEK
to
morals, ,i
by men ii
i,c abolish
ihe vlrtt - the neglect
Hie slllnle standard of
ihe property Ideal held
Pgnrd io women most all
The Trafficker han
ECZEMR
IS ONLY SKIN DEEP
i 1 1 1 1 t
,. ill-Ill thai
tl' !' '' CRANOLLNE KILLS ITCHING i.tHM
,ii ifiiHutlouallsni, ion wnn
Iril , S ho With I, I
u condition existing In tht
nun w hlch ev ci v one should
I il I , I i II, e toWal ds tile coll
i from N
, Hill pel
of the
French
tnvnt si
through
Atklnso
pat I f w
known lectui
klndrc, I subj
u ni l H H
. W'cekP
Oilman
hurch o
Kuai ni'
playwright, ami
iCiOlOglstS and
it the count r
the author of
pgood, th
KJIU vt
I ll, v lo
Ihe M
llll, 1 1
-.lit.
I'll
WTI
hat lotte
Holmes
i hOSl of fill
,cial winkers
1 1, S.i in
The Kmani I
No Internal medl
cine will cure Ecxtmo
i only by the appll-
, 1,1 ion of fmnolin as
I tt Krtim ndowb t
,1,' tK ved. You pay
no monty until you tay
,eu aif curtrf. Write lo
I diiy tor lply.
Mill Chemical Co.
i itl Mllh Bids . oa.nl. Km
Shou' thn to mme unfut-
tunatf gee imtftnr.
r.,.i i -nib, nn
HII.,..lMr III.
b.try i sl.tyiir
pal t l.
iiiiiiii," and a widely
i upon sociological and
its, will appear at each
vi, n
kilo. Nk ttfrifci
' llk.rr
i kmift mat Af pas
a (Vamilin, It
Watof ', ' r to flv
UT ikm 0,d V,'U iJV'f
alrtady .in.
pel form. I IO
the potoi,
sullen! fiat ill
h" t
Matinee w
:i ;iu Rventt
ted. Ad seat
and briefly Introduo
touching upon the mon
,rei ,,f this broad ub
g i" i rormances at
children will he I
will be 8 cents.
dlllll -
ROM
onado,
7H4 :
-
845:
V- I .
Aggies
mill
hlbltlon
arlal win
ui llciiiauil fi
Pi
Ho tOU Have Sour Stomach.'
If vou are troubled with sour stom
a th vim shouhl eat slowly and niastl
fatf your food thoroughly, then take
NM of Chamberlain' Tablets Imme-
diateiy after supper, obtainable sv-frywhere.
ihibitloti.
rt forme
Pennsylvania 7, Darti
Vale 6, Brown 21.
Harvard Print ' ton
Mornlngside u, Ames
sire of all goia
mightiest blow
Britain is cap
demand tor pn
grovernment by
Transylvania 13
13, Catholic
. LOUls utile,
Mississippi
I'lll VI, s I I
On Monday, ihe 13th day of NO- Ui6, BelleVlng
vember, 1916, at ten o'clock a. m., In ter' words, th
'ront of the city hall, I will sell the great when rreei
following described horse, which was I stake,' and thai
'alven ,,, by the poiindniaster in the I should bear it,
city of Albuquerque. I ,m'"' to suspetn
On roan horse, aae iiont 7 years, I throughout
"slit hack and left front feet wh!
innM 011 left shoulder.
J. It. GALU8HA,
City Marshal
its tnvestlgatoi
hlnbuilders' deputatiot
totaler among them, in M
in tht
prime minis-
Iflce is too
innor arc at
period of the war.
We believe thai
has arrived for our
pared for sacrifice
the king and la
Tennessee in, vanaermit t.
Georgia Teen 12, Alabama 0
Florida n, Au'ourn 20.
Colorado college 68, Fniver
Colorado 0.
Colorado Aggies 0. Colorado
of Mines 0.
Ohio university 33, Univer
Cincinnati in.
Wabash 26, De Pauw 13.
Haskell Institute 7, Bmporli
Senator
I
Senator
man, R.; S,9TT; w) " d
Iteprcvelltativ . .. Hamei
Armijo, I! , 2,7tf8 ( fhaves
PiumDrl D. .'..'31; Maid
j,2$4; Bedillo, 1 ., 2,197.
District attoi ney 1 'raid. 1;
Vigil, D. 2.17s
1 lorn mission 1 rs Metsgar, 1:
Benches, D 2.304 . Spi Inger, 1:
lutlerri z. D., il,225; 1 1 1 unsfeld,
Probate Judge tiucero, it,
Garcia, D., 2.846
( lOunty elel k Mailt"! a. 1;
Chaves, D., 2,383,
sheriff- Romero, 1: , :,407; Ga
D., 2,876,
Assessor Sandoval, I!., 2
Treasurer Matson, R.i 2,90 1 .
Supei intend, ui Monloya, It., 3
Surveyor- Hutchinson, it ,
Row, d., 2.360.
LARGE AUDIENCE HEARS
SCIENTIST LECTURE;
Arrangement have been mad, al the
i i stu i Hie. iter tin the appearani i her
in i Thursday and Friday, March 16 1
,,,1,1 1 .' of the famous soeiologo ,1
photodrama, "The Trafrickers," br
Samuel H. London. The lUbjecl pre-
sented by this remarkable film I
I, .is,., I upon an investigation made b)
the department of lustli e in Washing
ton, d c . covering twelve years, and
is therefore a question that should
he considered l,y every patriotic
American citizen That American
girls are sold into a bondage far
worse than that id the slave, v
day has i, ecu demonstrated as re
cently as last August b) Assistant Ins
net Attorne) Bmlth of New Ymk.
wini submitted proof that uirls have
Maxell
i . '"4
d Ii
i hili
. I.
for $1
scope and that tin- w
Hun own lelegraphl
been proved ignOI'll
of parents and daugl
it possible for t hi se
sters to follow their
sion Mock modest)
young girls to naiiieb
tare' fields than any i
the pari
Ike make
in mon
is profes
nt mine
v. gra ves in poi -
tin , , nisi T'he
hid.
FULLY
EQUIPPEL.
NO EXTRAS
TO BUY
$593
BUTLER AUTO COMPANY
I-IK in I ;
I II NI I tll'l'
M.itroi i nut I
School
HHss (Cnapp
of the christian
livered at toe
last night a I
Discovery," w
,ne or tin
s lent 1st I
Inch schoo
cure on '
ich was
eeeee
the, example of
ti . I , . !,,,, is lenilv !
"" nf.rti KiMim. seieo. uu'iai
!lej In hustn.-w aeotkaa. suiiable for i s n I R
Wnmblnt or tin shoo, er storatre:
l2' d trate Poinded. Apply this
Mflss
Baylor
Rice 2:
Knox "t
A.
Buckne
j. Univei
The siispens
during the v
j
Miami Consolidated
Inspiration Needles
have 5electeci
Wt
from the cut in
offering tlie
turf profits.
hese two issue
'cv Yoi
test opportunity
Curb as
Tulane 13.
Washlngtoi
Washington ami Use
University of Vlrginit
of South Carolina 6.
University of North Carolina 1".
Davidson college 7.
University of Oregon 12, Washing
ton State 3.
University of Washington 23, Ore
gon Aggies 0.
Santa Clara 2V Stanford unlver-
sity r, (Rugby).
tlnlversity of California freshmen
:;. University of Nevada !.
Minnesota Aggies, 8; St. Marys, 87,
Monta im siate. ti . i lonsasja, s.
University of Montana, 17; Whit-
an college, 0.
BARTH'S VICTORY
DEPENDS UPON TWO
SANDOVAL PRECINCTS
Hntih
string" dlstrb
, from th
of Bernalllli
Nortl
Unlvi
1 1
i i ,
lor tu-
JOHN S. COOK & CO.
Miami, Arizona.
sit
lary's collet
t Knoxv
'asderbllt,
vi Atlanl
At .lacks
Colorado
Colorado, o
North w et
New Yoik ti
ColumW i. fl
Rensselaer,
Williams, 0;
tota,
48:
'.(serve
SW
rthmore, De
Worcester Tech.
Masaachuaetta Agl
42.
George-
o..,ahnnna 0; Syracuai
Ufayette, 32: Albright. 0.
Hol, cross, i"; Bqwdoln, io
biMhin. 27; Villa Nova. 3
waat vlrainla Wesleyan
town, 47.
Case- 41 Oberlin. n.
George Washington. 21; l.astern. n.
Cn'on Ml Amherst, 6.
Tenn State, DC LM. '
A TIMELY WORD ABOUT
"Styleplus" Clothes
Same Popular Price $4 H
T h i Ssn m p ( 1 1 n m n too
STYLEPLUS" CLOTHES
FOR THE MEN
"STYLEPLUS" CLOTHES
FOR YOUNG MEN
licttlT
M.TIti
THE WRIGHT CLOTHING CO.
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