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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Friday, December 1, 1916.
CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. Mirvm, Ranfrcn, Ilotuv runilHlilnjt flood. Cutlery, Tools, Iron Pipe, ValfMi and FUUiiK, Plumbing, Healing, Tin Slid Copper Work Its V. CENTRAL AVE. TELEPHONE 315 i December First, 191 6 Only one more month left of 1916, which has been an eventful year to many people and many nations in many ways. For us it will be our aim to make this last month of 1916 the banner month in our business history by giving the public the best prices and service it is pos sible to do under the conditions. We Invite An Inspection of Our Ways of Doing Business WARD'S STORE IIO.MEH II. WAltD 315 MnrhloAie. Phone 2BH-2IIB Crescent Grocery Con I itoiiEitr jhm:s K. Waller. Pimm r,-o FRESH TODAY l"rk li niii rniiii, liot-f Pniliis, Mirolhrcndt, Citlr IJicr, ( iiiin tr Stile Fork Sausage, ItriMilt flrlil SuilMige, Huirrrllix, VoiiiiK Venl. Malteucci, Palladino&Co. i itn s uiui meatn. 0l W. TIJerHS. I'liotio ID X Send to Your fastern Friends Christmas Gifts A pi of MEXICAN HANI) EMIilti UDEIiEI) l U A W N W'nltK or ii pice (pf MEXI CAN HAND .1 A I K POINT l.Ai'K. It Ii almost impossible (o Ki t uny nt thlM work- owing tn tlin war conditions. Hiow your eastern relatives hivI friends what beautiful work th,"-o people turn out. (,;, VI" di ii 1 1 1 :s i ok center or ta- nu:s. I I ( III OX ( LOTUS. point i. i; t)i,i,its I) It V WOHK II wniti li en n is. jahots for e k ear. me them pi it iiase NOW STRONG'S Book Store "Your Money Back If You Want It" GOVERNOR HONORS WISITI FOR ALLEGED FUGITIVE Deputy Sheriff From Arizona, However, Can Not Take El liott Back; Habeas Corpus Proceedings Pending, MN r PERSONS ATTEND SERVICES TODAY ONLY 1 OF THANKSGIVING Oil UIIK UlUllltlO Undertakers PROM IT SERVICE. PIIONK j a. hiuo(j iti.K., copper AM) KECONR. LOCAL ITEMS or tji TKHRST A i " - y mm 'J rr. 4 .V -0 a warn. ncrum- EODERT.VARM ..4 GAIL KANEii IhtHtatt of a Hro' Eat your tnrala at Pullman Car. Martin & Thorn. Taxi, phono 273. ltinriintcJ auto springs, all makes. Korbt-r Co., Altiuqurrtjiin, N, M. It. Provides Eye, Knr, Nona find Tliroiit, Ctl ten' Hank Hid". I'll. Ii38. The Methodist Episcopal chinch fholr will hold return rxtil lit i o'clock tonight hi tin- i-luinh. Mr. ('. C. Cox ami bum of CliUnKo, are the nuihtii of M I'm. Ii. 1). Wall, 711 Went Slate a venue. Adah Ctuiiti-r No. 5, ( ). K. S.. will meet at 7 oilock ti.nlijht at the MiiKonlr ti tuple. The annual elec tion of offh-i-iM will he held. J' hn A. l.i.Kiin Circle N'u. 1, l.illeH of the Crsrul rtriy eiJie Jtemhlii. l in,.i t I his afli i iiikiii at . 30 o'i loci; at the A, I). C. ", hall. M. Met Monkey left eMlerdny for Toledo, Ohio, to Httend a c-onfereliee ol the IMcitiie AutiilUht i nin,inv. I'roni Toledo k will Kn to liln f. inner hi-nie at Alloona, l'a., to vImK IiIh l: ml her. Minn 1-Maiiren Miirron, d.inijhti r of Mr. ami Mm. o, ,V. Malum, who t ndctwtnt tin operation for uppciidl citm recently, m niiorti-d to U jsei Iuih: hIoiik Jilei-ly, Hhe In at the St. Jowph lioKpltal. Neil I'Viuiimin of ltam hos di At -Ih.co will hit the piaher at the Y. M. C. A x Siindav aflenioon im-i-IInK HlH Mihjet-t will he "The Kevelatlon of the Ti ne Man " MMie nu-clinK will he open m 4 o'clock. Cuy I l.i oil II on, iiNHlHtant In iiurnil cioy nl the New Mexico A li nit nra I olli-rr in In Alhuqiii-i ipie yi-Hter-fiiiy whh the AkkIc foolh.ill eleven. Mr, ll.iinilioii wiih nl one time u Mil ium and ineniher of the foolhall piad at the I'niversiiy of New M.sleo AHm-iI S. liuunier and Mm. Anna Ionise Man were married cMeidav Inutnink- at the paiNonaue of the hn itmenlate Cotieepl Ion church hv Vallu-r A M. Mandalai'l. S .1 MMuv ill 1 1 hide at Wchl TIJcI'iih ve- ! hue. Mr Dimmer lx In the coIIi-ciIhk i.imiiii nere. Mm Wilhiiin Kieke will lead the illsriiwioii of ciirienl (cntn at the "-ith.K of , e Woiiimu'h clnh thic I'ftei i, do n, Mih MaiKaret l'"ranklln will mum a k,,i nd M ihn C.eraldine Si ( l, i will M've a leadum. MMie hoaid o' hi iiuih-i-m nl o,i el at 2 110 "clock The clul, . Iioiiih will loeel lifter the clnh m-n..on. Jndee : I. M. m1 lei- ol l.a 'rnce.-, v ho ha- l-i-i-n tioldtiiu cnnit for Tor ranee enunly at I'slancia. rpent Thatiks(,'iliiii hete .1 HenmDi Ni-cll r-iiti-i of Jud(.-e Mi dl,-, s ,-, mil. nl-io (.pent Thaiiknititlnk In A llu,iieriue. l",-d .1 M'i-i n-ll, i(1 ;, ,n- effl I ii-iil kiMf! in! luaiiiiKi-r of the I ,, Mime Ihinici, ih uiii-i. led the ilillie pOKlliull Ht the l.n.' theater, and han heen i-n duty al the latter 1-laN hoiiHH the piiM few i1tivn. Mr. Ter lll Im an ineiiietio, pushlni; unif Ii,., n, and l.im lannliai if,-,l hiii-M-lf Willi the I i- hi In he found in the mni . lllK plituie tiiihji. "Alice hravf ly IiIiIih her own feel Inif and tlmiiuli worried for the mifety of Nallnin Hale, whom nhe Iovch, hIiis i iik 'm him not to conxider In r hut to to fiKhl f"r IiIh country." The titory of "MMie Heart of H Hero" In full of JiimI mich uctH of Hltlf Hai rlflce. Itoheit Warwick inakeH of Nathan Hale it character you will nl WayH reinemher. 1 1 In nwcetlicnrt, Alice, a m played hy tlnll Kane, will have your entire it.vmpalhy and ad miration for her devotion belli to him and to her country' ciiiikc. ! M'hlH laical World picture llrady Chnilrei ftnade will he Hhnwn at the l.yrlc thtin- ter tomorrow. OFF FOR TOLEDO TO ATTEND SERVICE STATION AGENTS' CONVENTION ranclH M. UiA-'lifcl-kV. plesklcllt of the Mci'loNkey Auto company, 408 Went Copper avenue, left hint nlfchl for Toledo, o., on an Invitation of the l'leclric Aulo-l.lte company of that city, lo nlli ml a convention of repre Ki'iitativeH and Hcrvloo Hlallon hkciiI! of llial company, which will convene al the Toledo fm loiv on Monday, De- rcinher 4, and cmlliine In hohmIoh for neveral (I.ivh. The Invllatlon nayx: "Conic, that you may Ket heltcr ac- 1 1 1 t ti t -i t with the pollcleM and work ings of the home factory. MMie hcivIcp Klallum' extend from coiiHt to coiimI and fioni horder lo holder, and the nicot ine, l Mi ldly of Hcrvlce convention na ture. II will he under the pernonal KUpervlKlon of It. A. Hall, aervlee niananci of Hie -;ieclrlc Aulo-I.lle eompnny." "I am one of IIiomi- who alidollllelv hi-lli-veH that (he MltiKflnd plircllllHer iilwayw rduriiH," nald Mr. Hall, lh Hcrvlce nuinauer. ' We are Ih'IukIhk all of our .service men Into the fac tory o thai we can tmprcHN thai point upon their iiiimls. II in their hiiMlnohi" to nee thai the nscm of Auto-I.lte ', 1 1 1 1 1 1 in ! ii I are always alinfled. Wo want to hIiovv Ihem the splendid fac tory we have for tuinlim out our prod uct and explain to them our liuld 1 1 it 1 1 1 1 f; i -1 1 1 1 1 1 1 k uicIIu'iIm which liiHiire x ilefai Hon w hen the ciiilpment fin ally laiiil.s In the h. mils of the autouio hlle owner." I After attending the Toledo inecllni; Mr. MciMoHkey will vixll liln mother I -it the old home in Alloona, l'a. He expects to he aliM, tit from the city for ' at least a lllolil ll. THE ITALIAN COLONY SEND CHRISTMAS CHEER TO ABSENT RELATIVES Thn utrlckcn friemlH and relallvcH of the tiieiiihi-iM of the Italian colony, over In the war jiinn of Italy, have not heen folKOtlen here In pronjieroiin Al- hii(iinriue, and If the steamer carry liiK remlllance from this city Ih not torpedoed nor mined hefore reuchInK an Italian port, many u hloedinK heart will ho made happy at Christmas time. During the month of Novemher, Just closed, the llachechl Mercantile company Issued exchanged money or ders iimountliiK In over 30,000 llres, eiiual to a lit t lo over 4,f,00 tn Cnltcd Slate,) money, nml this amount Is ne- Ihk Ht'lit hy certain iiicmheni of the local Italian colony to their far-away and iihscnt relatives anil menus io help make Ihem happy dnriiiK the Christmas holidays. MMie llachechl Meicantlle company has heen per forming; this kindness for the Italian eltl.erm of Alhti(ucriue for the past year, Htid In that time thousands of dollars, earned here In this city, have gone forth to thu war-torn homes of many sections of Italy. MMiis firm also represents as haul UKents about seventeen ocean linen. Thu Hachechl Mercantile company did a splendid MMmnksnlvInK hiisliless, In thu Kiocery, dry kooiIh and wet Koods departments, and sulislaulial ImproveuienlH urn helnn made to the Interior of the store rooms, thus lv- j Iiik the proprietors and clerks better j fa, llllh-s fur waitlitK u Ho lm roasink" trade. The p6llc& were told yesterday by C.overnor McDonald over the lonK distance telephone that he had hon ored Governor Hunt's reiulnitlim fot tho return of Jack Klliott, field here, to Arizona. Ieputy Sheriff O. H. l'.rawner went t0 Santa Ke with f5ov crnor Hunt's reiiulsltion Wednesdny. He came back to Albuquerque Wednesday nlKht to await Governor's McDonald's decision. Governir McDonald's action did pot entirely clear the deputy's way for taking Klliott back. Hahean corpus proceedings are pending he- fore Judne Herbert F. Ka.vnolds. Chief J. H. flulusha was ordered to produce Elliott In the district court at Gallup, where JuiIl'P Haynolds is holding court, today. Chief Galusha left for Gallup last night with Klliott. Deputy Sheriff Ilrtiwner went along. If the court remands the prisoner to the custody of Chief Galusha after the hearing, the chief will deliver him. to l'.rawner at Gallup. Patrolman Pablo I.ujan nrresled Klliott shortly after Ida arrival here several days nno at the request of Sheriff AdaniB of Maricopa county. Arizona. M'ho police were told that he had been sentenced to nerve two years In .lull and that a fine also had been Imposed upon him for violation of the Arizona prohibitory law. Kl liott. was fald to have admitted that he wiis under bond at the time he left Arizona, preferring- to forfeit 1 1 800, the amount of his bond, to going to jail. Klliott readily admitted his Identity when Patrolman I.ujan found him. Me was not confined to Jail here, but allowed to go where he pleased under a guard, whom he employed. Cu.pt. Pat O'Grndy will act ns chief of police in the absence of Chief Gatusha. The chief may return to night. More Than 500 Hear Citizens' Services at High School; Day Observed Religiously at Other Places, BODY OF WHEELER EXHUMED; FUNERAL TO BE HELD SUNDAY Old friends of Pvvlght Wheeler, who knew him In his more prosperous days, will give hiln decent burial. Hundreds of persons attended Thanksgiving- services yesterday morn ing at the high school auditorium, the Woman's dub, Christian church, St. John's church and the Church of tle Immaculte Conception. At the high school, where tho citizens' Thanksgiv ing services were held, (here were probably more than 500 persons, who filled the lower floor of the audito rium. Dr. A. D. Crlle of Hoswell gave the address at the high school. Dr. Crile said the day called lor thanks for! daily bread, the spirit of charity, fori freedom and for economic conditions. ' He advised prayer for tho city's, state's and nut Ion's con science. M'he IJev. II. A. Hassett guve the sermon ut the Christian church, where Protestants held union services. Mr. , Hassett's subject was "The Spirit of Gratitude" and he took fur hi text "It Is a good thing to give thanks Into the Lord and to sing praises unto thy name, O Most High," Psalms 92:1. lie told of a legend of two angels the ungel of requests and ungel of thanksgiving who left heaven with baskets to gather the petitlona and gratitude of men. The first angel's basket was filled quickly whilo that of the other was almost empty. He spoke of the fitness of Thanksgiving services and told tho history of the day. - ' Hlshop Frederick P.. Howden of the Protestant Kplscopnl diocese of New Mexico and West Texas gave a strong sermon on The Sources of M rue Pros perity" at St. John's church. Futher A. M. Mandalarl, 8. J., who celebrated mass at the Church of the Immaculate Conception, gave no ser moti, reading InstcaJ President Wil son's Thanksgiving proclamation. Norma Talmadge, in "The Social Secretary" ,- Trlanule-rim .rtn Feature in Five Parts inailgc Takes Two I lit Inly Different Parts, tingle Plays and Wc Know You'll l nloy It, in Which Norma Tul One of tin- Great Trl. VAMPIRE AMBROSE Screaming Two-reel Keystone Comedy With Mack Swain. P. ni. TIMi: OK SHOWS 1:00, 2:S0. 4:00, 5:30, 7:00, 8:30 ami lo Admission Adults, 10 Cts. Children, 5 Cts. L A AAAAAAA A AAA A A A A A - - - V THEATER S CENTS ODAYl Two THE GRIP OF EVIL I'arlM, Kxtm With Kouulnr Four-reel ' Program. I OUT OF THE SHADOWS Two-part Helljt. THE CURSE OF THE FOREST Vitagrapli. BILLY'S MELODRAMA Comedy STECHER WINS MATCH FROM CHARLES CUTLER IN STRAIGHT FALLS HEAVY TRAVEL WILL FORCE SANTA FE TO RUN TWO NO. 3'S The high tide of westward travel will begin December 4, preparations made by the Santa Fe railroad indi cate. The railway company has in formed officials here that It will be gin running second sections of train No. 3, the wedbound California lim- Mir, A ale of f.-ncy nrti 1, w in Filduy aft, i tirmii nt the home Iav, "3 WcM 1 oppi r a v en ii,-. held Mm Iltiiaer nun, Koulh llixt lret. Mt clean nnitii: light Ihium-1, ra-plii rcvMii. I'Ihhi til.. SPRING VOI K SATISFACTION IS Ol ll s-rv Eft Vdl.ch culled The ' nei-ro. AilillllO-X nldcnU HONEST ABE DID NOT ' TURN DEAF EAR TO SOUTHERN MOTHER The appeal to the "great heart" by a southern inothi r whoso ion Is con I'emni d to die ah a Kpy is one of the tnuclilm: featured of tho "liirlh ot Nation" fpectnrle and character istic, too, of 1 ,1 lien I u'n c pel lelices of I hone da.VK. The Fold theater scene, liicludit'u fie aasiiuitlon of the iiKin.-oiial loll of the pi cMdciit- is of Pai'ticular value, sine- the reproduc ti,m of the intei ior of the old pliiv hdllM', Inclllillllg the M-elllc selling vvhi, h was (tii the staKc at (he fatal moment , l iin near exact as alt and Innliey could make imssiltle. The pint covciiiik the reconi-truc-tlull pillod Hati. f . M 111 vividly 1 hi -i i-ln h chin itahlo pel.cy toward the south, also the many difticult piol' I, mis aiiBiiiH tioin I he titti-mptx of the while and black races to dwell to gether on politically eiu.l terms. Hoc II Ik. i been said xome of the teutiiicit ale overdrawn hut possibly im in me ttian iiecosily denumded to nccuial,:;, o,l quickly to the the- uupi ndmg dangeia with the fcouihern people weie upon to cope. nereHMity of educatliiK the renntly a lav. Is le.teiitly Y. M. C. A. WILL GIVE RECEPTION TONIGHT FOR NEW MEMBERS OldemoemWrs of tho Y. M C A. tonight will hold a reception for new members, who entered I he association tn the recent campaign, duly mem bers of the senior department will take part. Tho affair will start at X o'clock. Secretary N. W. Penning and Physi cal Director 10. .1. Robertson will give short talks on Y. M. C. A. work, the latter telling of the physical depart ment and the secretary of other phas es of the association's activities. The Y. M. C. A. orchestra, of which Klmer Itiehl Is leader, will play. Hob Howell will sing a solo. .Secretary Penning has planned several stunts for entertainment. They will Include a comic debate on woman suffrage, a pennant race, potato race and weight lifting contest. Refreshments will be served. There will bo no charge, old-timers have contributed toward Ited, out of Chicago this week. The first second section will reach Albu querque December 4. Thereafter No. 3 will reach Albuquerque In two sec tions every day until December 18. DEATHS ANDFUNERALS Frederick Dcmpwolf. Frederick Dcmpwolf. i8 years old died at 12:30 o'clock yesterday morn ing at his home, lie was employed In the Santa Fe railway's store depart ment. Ho came to Albuquerque eleven years ago from l.a Junta, Colo. Mr. Dcmpwolf was Imrn In (iermany. lie was the father of Mrs. William Wiencke, Martin and Theodore Domp dolf, Mrs. Jcsn Cnrloek, Frank Donip Wolf and Mrs. Kdith Heed. The widow also survives. Funeral services ate to be hold at V o'clock this mornmg at the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Father A. M. Mandalarl, S. J , officiating. llurial will bo In Calvary eomtery. the payment of the funeral expenses. Carpenters interested themselves In the movement, although Wheeler was not a nnimher of 'their union. They would have taken charge of his funer al if he was. Wheeler died last week In the coun ty Jail, where be was awaiting exami nation as to his sanity. He had boon taken to a hospital previously but was removed on account of bis mental condition. He died before a physician bad an oppcTTtTVliy to -rlcft rmlne whether or not he was sane. The body was not claimed and was disposed of as unclaimed bodies are. When the word of the death of Wheeler circulated among his friends the movement to give him proper burial was started. This resulted In the exhuming of the body from its pauper's grave yesterday and the making of preparations for the funer al. The funeral will be held from Fred Crollott's chapel Sunday. Tho hour had not boon decided upon last night. Wheeler had lived in Albuquerque more than thirty years. Itccently he lived behind his carpenter shop at Third street and Silver avenue. Miss Margarita tiarela. Miss Margarita (larclu, 1C years old, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Toriblo (lar cia, died yesterday morning at the home of her parents, 417 North Arno street, from pneumonia. Funeral services will he hold at o'clock this morning at Fred Crollott's chapel. Hnrlul will ho in Santa Barbara cemetery. Mrs. Mary Anna lln.sli. Mrs. Maty Anna Hush, 27 years old, wife of W. 11. Hush, died yesterday afternoon from typhoid fever. She is survived by two children besides her husband. The body was taken to Fred Crollott's undertaking rooms. Her mother is expected to come from Arl oim and funeral arrangements will not be made until she arrives. SANTA FE DIDN'T OVERLOOK EVEN MILK SUPPLY,SAYS CLARK "one of the little details of the en tertainment of the teachers at Santa Fe was the careful preparation made to secure ample milk for the two thousand visitors," said Prof. John D. Clark, city chemist, who attended tho convention of the New Mexico lalu cntlonnl association. "Milk being a perishable product, careful arrangement had to be made that a large quantity should nrrlve In town at the proper moment. Normal ly, I have been Informed, Santa Fe has a partial scarcity of milk, but for the association meeting the detail of the milk supply was. like dozens of other details, carefully attended to." DAIRY MANUFACTURING SPECIALIST IS WANTED The Cnlted States civil service com mission announces open 'competitive examinations as follows: Junior structural suel draftsman (male), per diem. $ 3 . r a to 4. December 2C Dairy manufacturing specialist (male), $1,8011 to $2.r.00 petroleum accountant (male), $1,800 lo $2,fi00j petroleum economist (male), $1,800 to $2,500. January 3 Lay inspector, grade (male), $840; lahoratorlan, qualified In strength of materials (male), pe diem, $3.04; scientific assistant In drug plant investigations (male) $1,400 to $1,800. I pon request further information will be furnished by II. F. Fagun local secretary, Albuquerque, or C. L. Snyder, district secretary, postofflco building, San Francisco. 1ST MOKNIHH JOURNAL SPICIL L1AID WISH Chicago, Nov. 31). Joe Stecher of Nebraska, giving fifteen pounds In weight, won the wrestling match here tonight for Charles Cutler of Chicago, In straight falls. Cutler was downed first in 19 ninutes and 40 seconds, Stecher using the scls sois hold and 'the half - Nelson. Stecher won the second fall in seven minutes and 24 seconds, using the rame holds. Cutler weighed 220 pounds and Stecher 205. John Hilliter of Toledo, lightweight champion, was unable to win from Joe Smith of Chicago. Rilliler took the first fall. Smith the second, and the third was a draw. 'STRANGLER' LEWIS DEFEATS CONNOLLY IN 2 HOURS' WRESTLING T MOHNINO JOUSNUL 1HCIAL LCAIVD WII Itutte, Mont., Nov. 30 Kd (Rt ran tr ier) Iewls of L-ouisville defeated Put Connolly of Hutt in a catch-as-catch can wrestling match here today ut the end of two hours of wrestling. Connolly was injuied twice when he fell off the mat with Lewis on top. The referee awarded Lewis, who was the aggressor, the ilrst laih nui Iewis declined to claim It. After the second Injury, Connolly was unable to proceed, and conceded the contest to Lewis. TRAIN RUNS 30 MILES WITHOUT ENGINEER BY MORNING JOURNAL R(CIAL LCAtKD WIRf ) Philllpsburg, N. J., Nov. 3D. Whlla its engineer, Johnson Shaffer, lay (lend beside the tracks near P.lack Tom is land, a milk train on the Lehigh val ley railroad curly today ran thirty miles beyond that point hefore th fireman, Allen Miller, discovered Shaffer was missing. Miller's attention was first attract ed, he said, when the train passed an Important crossing without heeding a signal warning. Seeing that Kliafftf was not at his post Miller brought the train to a halt. Shaffer apparently had climbed out on the running board of his engine and had fallen off, sustaining fatal in juries, lie was 68 years old. JACOB NCOITaVCK Contractor and Cairenler. fipectnl attention witd to all khuU of Jobbing. SIioih 21 J West SIHer. riiono 2400F1. Call up In evenlmts. B. M. NII.MAMS IV lit M Koomi 1 and t, WhlUn Bulldlnt Corner Second and -Gold Utinni V.i 4 BEBBER, OPTICIAN Citizens Bank Bldg. MRS. WESTERFELD'S 1 FATHER, MR. TEEPLE, IS DEAD IN INDIANA Mrs. Homy Westerfeld, wife of Mayor Westerfeld, learned yesterday by telegram of the death of her father, Oeorgo W. Teeple. tit his home In Decatur, iJid. Mr. Teeple died yesterday morning'. He had been ill several years. He was seri ously 111 at the time Mrs. Westerfeld went to Decatur last summer, to visit him. The funeral will be held at Decatur tomorrow. TWO FOOTBALL TITLES ARE IN DISPUTE THIS SEASON IN THE SOUTH IRV MORNING JOURNAL RPICIAL LtAtID WIRI) Atlanta tin., Nov. 30. The football title in both the Southern Intercolle Kiate Athletic association territory and in the south at large, is in dispute this season. Georgia Tech and tho T7niversiy of Tennessee, the only on defeated teams In the association, lay ciaim. lo premier Honors In that ter ritory, while those two schools and Washington and Ia-p are contender for the all-southern title. Washington and Lee played tut one big southern school Georgia lech. and the game resulted in a 7 to 7 tie. Tennessee defeated Vander bllt, which In turn defeated Auburn, while the latter1 was overwhelmed to day by Tech. Neither Tennessee not Vanderhilt played the local school. NOTRE DAME WINS FROM NEBRASKA; SCORE 20-0 FUNERAL OF WALLANG WILL BEHELD TODAY The funeral of A. Wallang, who committed suicide Monday night, will take place today. Services will tie held at J:30 o'clock this afternoon at C. T. French's chapel. The Kev. K. P. S, hueler, pastor of the Ijtitheran church, will officiate. Hurial will be in Fairview cemetery. C. H. CONNER, M. D. D. 0. Osteopathic Siiallst. Offlc Stem Hldg. phona 655-S2S. 1 treat all curable disease. ( UORNINS JOURNAL RPICIAL LIARIO WIRI) Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 30. Notre Dame today defeated Nebraska on the football field by a score of 20 to 0. Tho HooMers' victory was cleancut and decisive, and football critics at the conciusiop 0f the game concurred generally in the opinion that It ac curately measured the strength of the two teams. With a marked advantage In weight to begin with, Notre Dame brought out a variety of attacks and displays of speed that at times fairly bewildered the Cornhuskers. llerg man, the speedy hack of the visitors, was the particular star of tho u.-im. Time and again he was called upon 0th(T thiiKlS. PhOne 939. i. .any me nun, and seldom failed to make gains. ARIZONA IS BEATEN BY LIGHTERRICE ELEVtN IBY MORNINS JOURNAL RPICIAL LIARID WIRB Houston, jTox., Nov. 30. Although outweighed by the I'niversity of Ari zona football team, the Lice Institute players today ran awuy from the vis itors and won the game, 4 7 to 15. Speed and charging power was the se cret of the home team's success, the Hlce backs going around the slower Arizona ends or breaking through the line frequently for long gains. Mc pherson was the star in the, visitors' pluylnff. MEDIATION ASKED IN THREATENED STRIKE f BY MORN I NQ JOURNAL SPKCIAL LIASID WIRIl Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 30. The ser vices of tho federal board of media tion and conciliation were asked fur tonight by President Peyton of the Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis railway to udjust a controversy with the road's employes, which already has resulted in the brotherhood mem bers voting overwhelmingly in favor of a strike. lirotherhood officials did not join In the request for mediation hut indi cated that they would not oppose it. Deck Workers Demand l!aic. Galveston, Texas, Nov. 30. De mands for un increase of wages have been made bv the Southern Pacific Dock Workers' union. The new con trail submitted to the employers calls for an hourly Increase of ten cents regular, 15 cents overtime- and 35 cents for Sunday labor. I hereby announce myself ns a candidate for Justice of the peace in Freeinot 26, Bernalillo county. N. M. Election to be held January 8, 191". ROBKRT L. MOO UK, Attorney. rrercrs Death to the llordcr. Joplln, Mb., Nov. 30. After declar ing to friends that he preferred death to further service on the border Earl F. Raymond, inesB sergeant of Com pany G, Second Missouri infantry, hiihIi.,1 ...suicide hfiie . today , by drinking poison. He was granted a month's furlough October, 26, when stationed at Laredo. Tex., and sent several telegrams to his regiment com mander asking an extension of his furlough. Tie is said to have received no reply. Raymond enlisted in Joplin when the troops were called out last June. "CANDY GRIMSHAW" "Crimshaw Wants to See You" cahm).d swnnr rm WIIOMCSALF, 3o PF.R POl M liradlev Vnms from Portalcs, N. I or sale at 308 SOl'TH 2nd P1IOXE 8B1 Floods Itavage KuMtcru Spain. Madrid, via London, Nov. 30. Ser ious floods are ravaging eastern Spain, particularly the province of Valencia.. At Alclra, the railroad sta tion and several houses collapsed and the people took refuge on roofs and church steeples. Communications have been cut at various places. The floods have destroyed dikes and cov ered the whole countryside. At Murcla, the waters are still rising. Thousands of families have been re duced to beggary. C.H.CARNES OPTOMETRIST Eye CHass nml Spectacle Fitting DARN UTT DIJ)G. Ground I '' 202 W. Central. Soldier WoimdVkl by Negro. El Paso, Texas, Nov. 30. Corpora! John A. Curry of Company M, ! Twenty-third Michigan infantry, was dungerously wounded in the groin with a shotgun following a quarrel with a nesro here tonight. The - negro was arrested, after his gun had i been taken from him and broken ver his head by another soldier. Let Us Send a Man To Replace that Broken Wlndo Glass. ALDCQUERQUE LrMPFJl CO Phone 421. 423 N. First. ELMS HOTEL (Formerly New Hotel) FIRST ST. AND TUF.RAS AVE. Steam Heated, Comfortable n''1"? $2.50 a W eek and Fp. Phone I"8 WATER TAX DUE AND PAT- .RLE AT OFFICE OF WATER CO I Ifl S. SECOND. Henry hauls baggage and I BUT THIS BRAD Of 1) The Queen's Daugh ters will give a 500 party at St. Mary's hall this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The first prize will be a Navajo rug. IJvery and saddle horses. Trimble's Red nam, "TELMO CANNED GOODS AND TC HAVE THE BEST CrrlUo.'Lump Hahll COSil CO. CerrWo PRO VE tl AKTHRACTTE, All. SIZES; STEAM OOAIi Coke, Mi Wood, Factor Wood, Cord Wood, Natlv Ktndlin, l"1 1 1 tur: (tUl-