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Alliuquerque Morning Journal, Monday, December 11, 1916.
1 I
ill DOI
OF MM
GIVES FAVORITES
Seven Colleges Get RVpie
senlation on Eleven That
Stands When Numerous
Choices Are PHvl,
New Yolk, Dee-, lei
, I ollse'lls
'IS
of III'' Pllllli'inus so-o, filial all e ;clll
footl'illl IiHII'h (-''I'" 'tell ' I'"' 'I"'"' '
III" gridiron season shows l hit I players
from won coMcrcs and tin i r-i i h
lit tills Section Mil' K I Ml h rut 1 1 1 k favor-
lli'it for positions on I lie mythical
eleven. Tlio Cnlwrsils of Tiltshui 1 1 .
which nuinv authorities ami writer
tnimp 8 tin1 leadline Irani of the east,
pluiifi two men, while t'ulKiiti'. Yale
nil l'rilK rlon lite ill"" nlli'Hr.1 a like
liiimliiTM. Tennsy h ania, Crown and
.Army nich Ihim one mini named.
The roiuMMiHiiB in i mnpih d f r i mi
first I it ttif hihI white inure than one
rnmhlriiillnn I m lei teil Hie player In
((I nnd h nil Ihiril rlrom are nut ron
Kitlered. Ill ulliifisl every rase fine or
Iwn plnyrri hIiiiiiI nut with an over
whclmlnie; majority of wiles fur llielr
respective iniHitliiMH anil the teinn thus
formed from tlmse players Ih ii rcpre
sontHlivc olio which If l could In- as
w'lnhleil under a iripiilneiit coach for
H frw week of rum hlmitlon drilling
M 1 1 1 , l,o a iiiohI fnrmlilahle nrlillrnil
nun hlne.
HcKlniilmj with the ends (he compil
ation hIiowr Dial of I In- elev en player
named Jlerron of TIHmIiiiikIi iiml
Mow ley of Yale lite Ihe IrudiiiK cmii-
(IIiIhIpk. I'oiiierforil of Vale, Miller of
Tcrmsylvanln, Weekic if Urown mul
lliirlB of Harvard nil secure favornldo
mention. Kor lurk Ion Went of OoUmlo
ami MriVnii of Trlnrcton leml Willi
Gate of Yale, Wheeler (if Harvard.
Utile of Pennsylvania and I lorn lux of
Columto next In line. lilac k of Vah' In
the otilKtmulliiR favorite for gnanl,
wllh Mokk of I'rlricelim IiIh tiiniiinti
mule. The other votes for these posl
tionn nrx neat tercel otween liailiimn
of I In Hard, Kox of Vale, llciinltlK of
Tennnylvnnl ntnt 8cIh of Tlttshut xh.
Terk of Tlttshuri,'h and Anderson of
Colgate arc almost uniinlmniiH i hnlre
for center unit iuartirliick, re
Hpectlvr. MiKvuin of Army In the
only other eenler tu secure miire limn
one or two votn and Hhlverlck of Cor
nell occupies I hp pnslllou of runnor
ii p fur ciiiai trrlmrk.
Tollurd, Ollphruit nnd llerry have
n runaway racn of It for hack field
honorn. The. Army lialfhack, formor
ly tif Turtlue, mid rollard. the nemo
star m ltrown leather lietween llieini
virtually all the voIch for the liiilflnick !
poiltionK. iilllionnh Casey of llarvuiel,
(illroy of t Icometowii and t lunt 1 ii'h of
'Pit tshurixh are named hy u few all-,
team m ice ten s, Kerry, the all-aroiiiKl
illhleto of the Cuivci'slty of I'ciiiiHyl-',
Viinla, In iipparently nillinkeil to he in
H claws hy liimxclf at fnllhack, u i he
In nietitlotied hy fully nine nut of every!
ten witters who have hel for llniii-'
Melvps thp tnHk of nutiiliiK hiii h Icamr. '
I if thl roiuhliliil Ion fne of the
ilpvrn players floured In the kiiihuii'h
srorlnn for their unions loiiinn nnd
thp total lesiilt of I hi II i I fi rf In this
flirrchnii nn kick ale jiil pojiiis. i if
this total Clliphimt i f the Army ncoied
112, rollard of llrown, T; Merry of
I'ennsvlvaiMa, :i T. ; Andei-Koti, :til, and'
Herron of 1'IHbIhii nh, 1.
Thp rnmpletp sclccllon and lineup,
of this conseiiHHM of all caHlern truths'
Is us follows:
rosillon Player t 'olli-i;e
Uft Knd MoM-lv Yale
Left Tackle -Mel. I'l iinelon'
Left Una I'd -lilacl, Vain
fpiiter Pe. k PiiikImii-kIi
Kinht (luiird IIokk I'lincelon
lllnht Tin kle -Wrsi i-ol;alc
ltlliht Kntl -Hi iron I 'Il tnhui l-' h
U'liti terhai k iideroii 'olual'
1-i'ft lialfhack (iliphiitil Army
llifcht ItHlfliHrk-' PollHi'd Crown :
Fnllhack Men y I'l-niisy h auhi
Positions by eolleni s.
Bute '', I'l'ini ( Ion j;,
Pi'imsylviinlii l, Preiwn 1
Yale M, Col-
PltlHhUI'Kll ,
. Army I.
PRESIDENT TO DISCUSS
LEGISLATIVE PROGRAM
! MoftNINtl JOUWNAt f,PiCIL IRASIO WIMCI
M'.ishliiloii, lac. Id- Preside, nt
Wilson will ,l,k,h, lcctshlt U e illcK
tloiiH this Willi Willi several ineiiilni s
of the senate ,md house, im ludiii.
Senator Sheppaid, . hie-f prohlbilieiii
tidvoeate In 1 senale', where a de
termined e ll'oll v to . made Sfioll lo
piisd h Instil, t of Columbia prohibition
bill.
Almost lively ipht during Ihe week
Mr. Wilson will he- bin with social
riiKiueiin nts, in, 1.,, In, k theater
puny loiiii.ii.nv intht. a dinner t-'iveoij
tiy linn to the i. it. not Tuesday ninht.
a flintier :i,i ,, Tlnn sday ntulit ;
10 state cxciutUe altilolin); the Ksn-
emote' con Ice n, e, and a elinner In'
his honor to be K.M-ii I'r i.Li nK,i , j
Ihe Mce pri'sielent and Mrs Marshall.
An president or the Ancihan Kid
Oos the pie-i-id.nt will pri sulr at a:
sesKloti of the annual nai im of thai
organization V'edni.a,iv Thin,.iy I
A. K. Yc-heiniil, prelate of the At men. J
hen c hurch In Aineii. .,, will , ,, at the' I
White House with a ib !. cii,,,,, to ,ilt,.
c lifts the Aimeuian ipii ftioti. j
M'iIiii nnd Dillon Mat. I,,, I.
Milwaukee, Wis.. Dec In
T.oh
MoIim. who ret ut tied to ,lw. eitv last
Friday, was today matche d to , t
Jack iniloii of IndiaiiMpolLs in a I :,
romiil hem! for the- bi ht-heay vvu iht
i 'nr ippiiiship i.i D,,t..n. ,,, on Cc
I : in mm of New Y 'a i k d.,.
Sal. for ll,.l(,v Tin. ph .
Va-hln:t"n, De . 1,, Clmm of
Ihr IloUiaiiH, lrihl, ami C, ia ns. for
Mlf rule were cl f.ntli l epeiike 1
lodiy at the fust m-wi.h, of the- eon
ferencc of oppr-sM-1 or de pe intent iite
tlona litieji. CMlleil UK a se.iue l to the
m--Unjr of the Womun'i, peaee paity,
which hdjournod h-kM-t l n , l; pn -iM-iitaliv,a
of olhi 1 null. mailt i. wi.l
t.c heard lornorrow. J
STARS IN
fr i -irw?
f , - V . ('
v . " -: " -A
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F' . V . J K
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f - " . ' ' - X' k
; i "' ' i f ..V-' ; i
ifmii 'atei jtwui' ctsLd
VALES
Office! s of Columbian, Sunk
by German Submarine,, At
I'ivc in Boston; Skipper
Tells of Experiences,
Imt MoRMiMia jraiiiMAi. BPiiriAL l.l kid wtnl;
I loslon. Inc. I a I a pl . plank K.
Curtis, I'hief P 1 1 (: nicer llarrv II P;pii
son, and Su pci c,, i y,, ilcoi ce K M.ic
kelile of the American sliamer
Ininhlan, which was sunk l v a ict
inan Hiihin.'irlne off the .Spanish t-oaM
on N'ovenil ci s, in i in Inday from
I ll It 1 1 . 1 1- OII tile M'.'Ulh i Canoplc,
"I was detained I'm luo d.is on tin'
Hiihni.ii inc." Maid i Mplain t'liiti.-i. "and
Wiis iillowed on
My I c pci 1 1 i ipi
for nu ihtenl
ICMpollMC eilhi'l
Ihe l l ew I hi
lllcllt Was M"od
deck
lll for eye li'i-a
as to t he 1 a.' ol
-to
mi bronchi forth no I
from Ihe captain or ,
Ih" h..c, ii, y treat - I
I lie I oinl was not oa I
mid since moft of il ciiiic from ih
Collin, lua il bcloic it was sunk, the,
is no reason why II ; hoiihl line l,ei-n
"While I was on hoard I wltllcsM'
the di'slru- lion of two oilier slill'1 , on.
of II, cm .
we hiiriu
N'oi w i c Ian , Sc era I thin
ly Ml I 'OH I L' i 'I III olilcl .1,
i s, a pe Ihe not i, c i
" A I Ihe eii, ,,
in , i im I, ,.,
port of Calm riuii'.
. i s I , o , e I a ., dole.
1 1 1 la e , I n nt na l eil
ami lit, i .i lb , i jut
the CniMipie. Th ,
be Intel "
The. Columbian
A till l leal, I I a w ,, l ia
ilea e li.il I , i I,, l I,,,
ela line win n she
" 1 1 1 1 y el i d a nioiii),
N'.caii.., piai,,,, ,,
hi Hah In II Mie-
,f alb
w a , ships
S III" Mlb-
luei ,as
Ii l n l i tin
, where 1
After con
!o teach (
,1 llie -, If
I i '- all tl,
Sa n itl
was put
laid 1 j
i It a r. :
oar 1 '
Is
In ,
w in d by
hoi was
tlu'
I'l
I ,c
,1,1 i',
nk. Shi'
, h
IMS al
on luo
i'ha::!ci
lie,
! 1 1
111 I, .! I
-I'll'.
OW AMY OWE OF
S
ition wtNi i
Little full!, ,
111 It,
s on inn'
I Of the II, o t . ,
I la Lntnanta
, a.ciil.hlli: I,
I lore
I
tile Tclllumc ai
lilt, ale si i II a,
II.
I .
T
111.1,1 .1-1,1 I l. I.ow . . !
ma mans t,,,i , I . . .. i of
till lie, on I In, ot (,,,..,;
A list I o l o I 111.111-. !, a. I
Tra ns h an ia I ; t: mail
Ulad I'l pel ! 1 or ,1
t till 11
i:u-'
lino!
.-I
e a nil .1 1
k. U
,n I'r.. ul
to. III,,
mits Ihe
"Iv ell I he J
mi! tit"
Tet lo- '
I
II us-ia n 1
, loss ,.f ;
I
Iloops and lal'llil
ii h, i; In
Ihih.'a l lan., a I e , ro-
siMit In .,, i of la, ha ,
aa m, p. run, . nl w ,11 b,
Way of Ihe I clii e 1 1 ,1-1 1 1
tans all I p., s.MliK son
1 ..,1.1,1,,,
. n,im;b. .
I 111 Ihe
Knnian-
Id
,.f Ihe
of tl;
:.' All.-
mav
be ,;,,
tnalis i,
d, i iiiu
Aside
hi h. I w e ,
o nu- e .. t
not l h.
In, in a i;
Il t
1 1 .
an
Ih
1. k
III th.
ii. a i' 1
I
I
the
I p.
. M.
Ft. a, I;
W h,.
at, el
was 1 , ; 1, , , ,
i' r. 1 apt in e I v
Ih
ot
hat
I' sap HI I h a 10 p., l- ' ,
I ' 1 1 I . I I i j alii aB , V ,1,1
1. 11 1 (Inn nth and 11, an
I It
11
1 a 1 1 .
r
ily h.ini
In. ids
line in
bav lk. 1, p,,, ,. aha
France l,ll la U,iM,l.
h.illli I. 1. .1.1, !;,
hi-avy ut'ii.k iv ih,.
Ill at M ie. 11.! ,1 , lnl, p
enpturc ! li e T.ittiPh
li nl.' tl no 1 1 '
r- 1 . Oct I s the! I
mil of s.cu-:.
1 .lec. c, e.f I 'irki-li .,.(.,! 1
A Midi nt I.. iii.lii,, mi i I,, pr, lu
res,, cast of Col 1.1.1 , a nil on the el,,,-,
t.n platenu of On, Austrian 1I1. .1U1.
CAPTAIN OF S P
EL PRISONER
ON SUBMA N
nT nmipu nninr
im u i iviuuii uu
I II I I 1 II I I I I I I II IIIIUI
EUROPEAN FRONT
FILMDOM
URATT
!E
Son
of
Stales
Senator
One of
From New Mexico
the Principals in Romance;
College Baseball Stat,
IAL OilATl.H TO MOnNINd JLjUMNALI
e 'hicano. I 'cc. 1 ". - The WeeldlllK
late ,s set for New Year's dnv, but
I that n emi ri i loin.; way off feir Fli'leli-
er Ca I i on, sou el I ', S. Sena lor ( 'at i on,
'el' ,e-w Mcmi'o, and his fiain're, Miss
I I a roll n I'pil i Ke .of Ch Icao.
So they slide, a mare h on their
! 1 1 lends an, wile ilriri ir.l last Salur-
loiy, it w as anuiiuiiccil today.
' Mr. Cation is ,i viaehiate of the
i Piineisiiv c I' e'hicaco law .-cimol lie
! I" a baseball :l;ir and look a trip to
ip
Near Willi Ihe
ersily
m.
t -as v,i,
a boa i d
he call.
I steaiiier to
d ins bieilhe'i'
received "the
mill,; coupli
lain on Seal,"
a r Santa l''e
1 1,
mi, in I hit
I to ,v
' ' I IIC,
i Will
lor
I hat Miss Fpihke
l i-ri o . ii t i inc.," The
pen, their hone, vii
Calron's lauch, in
COUNCIL MAY TAKE
ACTION TONIGHT ON
WATER PLANT REPORT
Tin roiiii, i
- a I t he I epo! t
will ineel tonight to
of riDiiiii'i'i's, appoinl
hc W'a I cr Supply com
The iiikhiiyis, James
esl
to appraise I
in s i'l., lit .
l II obluu
V i it, li, ,
ml II. T,la k of I Mark
u iiled I he report a short
, but all aldirincn were not
I I he readnm of I he' report .
tillll will be lead to v,.,ll IVil
pii .-nt
The
1 il .. ... ,
" '"""" i. ok ,o I
" "I"" "'
"'' -oinpanyi
' look
"K i" in.- ,,, oi ine- piaoe.
, The.
: its in
council pronnoiv will cierlele vi poll
I uio,, j,, that direction tonight,
linn will h,. laki'h in'ohaldy in
nil-
follow inn the reading of
th.
1 1,
"LIEUTENANT" KING
HELD BY POLICE AT
COLORADO SPRINGS
"I lent '
,o.,d
.1 I!.
p i 1 1 1 1.;
f .1. I
a, he. it,
' llli-
Was In jail at
Colo., a letter, writ
. Stalk to Chie-f .1. It.
s The letter saVS
he Id ill lull al Ce. bi
I. a I
I'll
sha.
.1. II
Spi
lhat .1. II. K.'lh.
I a.lo spi mu ,., had 1
llets addressee!
jail. Alhii.pie I
was sent to jail.
to .1. C kini; county
mo,', a I'd a I. s why he w
e'hlif Stalk sas lc!l was
held fol
on cM u ,i am.
Linn was sent to the oh Town jail
sl da.vs on the' techlilcnl cliarUe1
of cii'.i.itii'i. His atie.-t h e'hlif (Ih
b, ha l.illow.d his rep i nl m vj liitit-
j -I'll t,, he an ail,,, officer. .No fedi-inl
liliai!-., .,- made aKain.-l K11114 as lie'
I bad rained iiolhttm bv pasMiin himself
, .1- .111 oi ft, 11 ,
FIGHTS WITH VILLA
BANDITS REPORTED
,e.a ,,.111,1.11 gpr
1 1 v a, biiia ltd s,
,l , t Attn w.nct
American Army
I n l,l
i M.
D
I th - Kcpol Is bl eUl'lt
s I ,' ,1 a ,1. 1 s toilav
,.!we, MiMc.ins of
lis.n-i and Vi!l,! t..s.
I !
, tiling
ion.
1,1,
Pa-t
h I,
I a e
- b. en in pl ot 1 ess tor !
da's. 'a.tut,.s on ,),. T.ubl-
loot,, an A me, ica 11 t.u li.il
-. 1 1 ull.l, !' it , ir for.-, or,,, M.IM
M ,t.,a. have .!. :'eatc,l bandit
and-
il times of late and ,t is
l.o. ed po-r.lhle that I I M de 11 1 s of t h e
tiiie ti. io district, e oi ouraiitd bv the
sin re ss of Maniac , hae broadened
their operation to combat both seat
tend hiin.it tf ha mills am! villmtrtn.
03
FLETCHER CAIROIl
AND MISS UPDIf
ID IN CHICAGO
GREECE DETERMINED
ON STRICT NEUIRAUTY
111 MODHIND iOUSNAL BPICIAL lltllO Wlltl
London, IH-r. 1 1 .Special iiHiatcliei
from llollrrdam iimie the I'lunk
finlcr eil uiik'm liiidapcsl rorreMpond-
cnt as sayliiK that Creen. haw notified
the rent nil nih riitrnle allies llial (she
ilclcrrnini'd henrrforlh to maintain
I'lrict neiitrallly, thai xhe will make
not ii KinKle further iinu'cwiun to the
(nteiile and hut nnv new clialleiinc
(loin tlio rnlcnle will he recanted an ii
i asiis helll.
The dispalchcs a. hi that according
to the Frankfurter Zcll u n '. ('onnlali
linode rorrcspoinlelil, the entente
powers have iiKi'eed thai, if il hreomes
lieci'MWiry lliey will dethrone Kin
'oii.'itanlini' and entliione Prince
Pierre, the K-year-old con of. Prince
Cpoikp of (liecce, wilh .M. X'enizclon
as I'l'Sjent.
i:ii Di.v
vnm in: is
hispi. i;i hy
KING
I (indoii. Irr, 1 1. lieuti r's Athenn
cm 'respondent, teeurapliiiii Sunday
nfu rhoon at 2 o'clix k, says:
"AciordiiiK to Cri ck statements, I
friendly spirit prevailed at the auili-
! cure Kinir Conshintim cave the Mrit-i
isli and Kiisslan ministers yesterday.
The kiiiK oflereil to withdraw two
reuimenlM from Thessaly and entrusl
Ihe u;iariliiiK of the 'i,iintli canal and !
the I'halcis hihluc to Flinch torpedo,
hoat di-stroyers.
"While Ihe Creek r'lVcrn ment an-!
noiinccs that the silualioii has Im
proved, the dlplomalic body Ih re.serv
ed."
RETAIL GROCERS MAY
DISCIPLINE SPECULATORS
I'lliciiKO,' lire. 1 0 ..VI ca lis of dls
cipliniiiK i' pec u la t o i s, IT. any are found
to have conspired t raise food prices,
will he considered tomorrow at a
mieliiiK of Ihe executive loaiii of the
National lielull (Jroccis' aasoclatioip
il was announced lonh;ht hy Flank It.
Connolly, vice president of the asso
ciation, of San Km in isco.
The discipline, M r. Connolly said,
illicit take the form of u hoycolt
UMiilnst wholesalers, commission men,
or dealers, who are shown t have
taken iidvantiiKe of extraordinary
coiiditloim to extort an unusual profit
from the c onsunicrs.
The executive hoard is composed (,f
representative' from New York, Ion
ton, New Orleans, Chicago, St. IxiiiIh,
Pes Moines nnd San Francisco.
Mr. Connolly saiti he would also
iii'Ke the hoard to adopt a resolution
lavorliiK' an emhnrno on five articles
of food --wheat, flour simar, canned
milk, and canned tomatoes. In Ihe
event the resolutions arc adopted, lie
said, the nssociat ion would send a
committee to Washington to work for
emharc.o.
DEWEESE STILL DENIES
WIFE MURDER CHARGE
tmi MOMNtfJtl JOUttNAL tftCIAL Lk AttH u MlilNt)
Chicane,, Dee'. 1 Chicane, pedice
nwiilliiiK the arrival of Sail hake City
offh-ei-H e 'OiniiiK heTe for Heiwuril lie
weese. senium toelay to solve the puz
zle of the motive that imliicial him to
walk into a police station here unci
confess that he had roinmitleel numer
ous hiirnlarlcs and fare the' e haiwi' of
iniirdcriiiK his wife,
Pewei's's alibi was lhat he was com
nilltitiK a buiTlary when his wife yvas
lolled.
Jieweese explained toniKhl why lie
hail taken the risk. "I could not bear
to think of my wife lyiiiff in a pauper's
isriive," he said. "1 wanted to take
her back am) bury her anions her
frie'iids. Thai's one reasem.
"Then, I knew it was only a iUeslion
of timo hi'fore' slio'woulel he identi
fied. 1 wanti'el to rli'ar mysi lf of all
suspli'l 1 elid not kill my wife. I
diel not propose to no through life sus
pected as a iiiuieh'rer. I weiuld have !
bee, u siispei leal as soon as her idenlityl
was estalilishi'el. expeet lo kd to
prison. Some sort of punishment is
coming to me."
FERDINAND'S BROTHER
WITH INVADING ARMY !
,.,..,....,.i.,.ui....mi,
...
1 eiiiiloii. Dec", II. A dispatch to the
Daily Telegraph from Calatz, Kussia,
dated 11., ceinher 7 ,v
"Certain
1 ' unia ma n ronservat ive
jpoliticians wit ii ( lermanophili' lenilen
je'ie'S, are' ri'inaininir with the enemy,
aimint: at the .h'pnsltlein of Kiii Fer
dinand ami pioiiainiinir his brother.
Trinre Wllhrini of I lohelizollern,
klnif.
"W'llhelm is Willi the iinadinK' army
and Issued a proclamation at Craiova,
di'elarinu' hlmsedf to be the rightful
he'ir to the' Kumanian throne.
"The conspirators are tiylni; to
iiiuh'rmine Ihe loyalty of the nrniy by
offerinif ;raiits of lands to officers
anil men who je.iu the invaders. The
i 1 lirmatiophile ehinent rotitemplates
jthe confiscation of lands of Rumanian
I notable's who have adhered o the en
tente allies."
A elispalch from Jassy, December S,
said a brother of Kim; Fri-Jinane). who
was with the Invading nrniy, had is
sued a proclamation to the Human
la ns, sayin:
"Compose yourselves;, (hi on with
your business. I have come to pun
ish your felon of a kini?."
GERMAN SYMPATHIZERS
IN RUMANIAN CAPITAL
IBV MOftNINd JUNNAL IMCIAL LIAtID WIRK1
Fonilem, Dec. 10. Teli'KiaphinK
from Jassy, the provisional capital of
Rumania, under date of Dee'enihiT 7.
Ihe Keuter e orrrsponelent says:
"The occupation of Cm-harrst he
came known yesterday. In anticipa
tion the- government had appointed
men- well known for their c'.crinan
sympathies to the Important civic po
sitions, incliidiuf; the commander of
the town. The com niand.r issued 1
manifesto t.. the people askinu them
to remain ipiiet and declarini; that the
city woubl be surrenderee! te the Cer
inans without injury to the' inhabi
tants. "Tremie'r Hriatino will remain In
office, hut all the other ministers have
lendereil their resignations."
Ml. fi
HEBE, SAYS HE'S
T
Launcclot R. Galpin Tells
Chief Galusha That He Got
Away From Solomonville
Road Camp,
Launcclot Pace Calpin related to
Oilcf J. II. (ialus'ha .yesterday a rec
ord that, in the face of his youth, wan
decidedly unusual. He is 24 years old,
That he hud been scntoticcil to three
reforma torii s, thai he was a deserter
from hoth the army and the navy and
that he had escaped from the convict
road camp at Solomonville, Ari.., was
I the nist of Calpin's statement to
j Chief C.iiluslia.
Patrolman Charles Mainz arrested
'Calpin yesterday when he learned that
he had hern seen iirowlinx in offices
in Ih" Law Library buildim on West
Central avenue. He admitted takln
u typewriter from an office, the police
said. II" offered to show them where
he ;ot it. He will be Kiven opportun
ity to do so today.
Calpin, according to the police, Iihm
been in AlbiiiiieriUc less than a wick.
He has been working as a printer at
a .loll printing plant. He learned Ihe
trade, he said, In the reformatory at
Klmirn, N. Y. pefoie Koint; to Klmira,
lie was sentenced to the reformatory
at Cnldeii, Colo., he said, arrordiii", to
the police. They also asserted that
ho had Hilmilteil having been sen
tenced to the reformatory at Monroe,
Wash.
Culpln told Chief Calushu that he,
trot iilv;iy from the road ramp at
Solomonville in I lecc in hi r. Hi had
burn sentenced for burglary at. Phoe
nix, ho said. Chief Calusha tele
graphed the warden of Ihe Arizona
penitentiary at Florence, telling him
that Calpin was in custody here. Ho
had not received a reply late last
niKht.
1'nitod Stale's -Marshal A. II. llud
spelh, of Santa Fe, arrived here last
nielli for a brief slay. He will return
to Santa I e today.
ltwiv oi i icimj ki;commi;ni)S
Tin :.m.
T. ,T. Norrell, V. I. Hank of Cotton
wood, Tex., yvrdi's: "Heyond doubt 1
have ri'Ceived ureat relief and take -
Bre.at pleasure in reroininen line; Foley
Kidney Tills. Kielney trouble! makes
one worried nnd hopeh'ss, by ache's,
pains, sore'iiess, sliffni'Ss baiknclip,
rheumatism. These symptoms, as yvell I
as sleep disturbliiK bladder disorders.
yield epili'kly to Koh'y Kidney Tills.
They cast out poisons and purify the
blood. Iteiyal I irtitf Company.
NOTICIJ OC ITKTIC TO Kllt.M
lSl It AN i: lOAlTAW.
Notice is lieri'by fiiven that the "tin
dersiimi'd have associated themselves
for the purpose of forming an nisur
nni'e rouipaiiy, under the layvs of the
State of New Mexico, for a purpose
oilier than the insurers to titles of
real estate, to-w it, the insurance of
lives of persons; the insurance' against
iii'cident to persons. ant( insurance of
the health of persons; nnd that the
;iropeised name of sin h insurance
company is Tl i K NATIONAL LIFR
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KICIIAIil) 11. If. ANNA,
.imiN i:i:ck Kit,
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A". C. It KID,
NATHAN tlAKKA,
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T. C. ColtNISlI, M. I
14. T. CI f AS 14.
Fleiweainu plants and ferns in v.cnu
ine Indian T.askcts, only lac, at
Clarke's.
TOO I.ATK TO CLASSIFY.
rCiTtsATjd
South Aino.
AVANTFD Woman to share e omfort
tthle, steam he-ated, furnislicd apart
ment. Thone C21I1 between L'::iil and
4:S0 p. in.
THE WM. FARR COMPANY
noiea!r- ;,! 1:"" "uler in
l'Ki:.SH Al S.XIT MI4ATS
Saiisas a Specialty
For Csttl and Hots the Ruling
Market Trices Ar Talel.
DUKE CIT
Cleaners-Hatters
t20 csst (Mil
Thone 44
Attacks of Indigestion
"I lwlit've Chamberlain's Tablet havp
Fave.1 my life, writes Mrs. Ma.'irie ( 'oil
Oolelen t'itv,
Mo.
1 hail piiins m my
s to notch so Lad
I
thought I could not
live. Unrilnrtor said
It was congestion of
tlie stomach. I would
gotolreelperfertlywel!
and wake tip in the
night as bad as I could
Ik anel live. Onr cloc
tor naiel it wonlil elei
no good to give meili
cine internally. He
had to inject meilicint;
in my arm. Since tak
ing thamlirrlain'"
Talilets I ran eat nnv
thiitR I want witlmu!
Imitinir me." This
form of iiieliueftion i-i
extremely painful ari l
often dangerous. 15
taUinut.'hamlHTlain'V
Trtbl.'H after earire.
t V
'Ve,
"A
j
and
pei'iuilv
when yon have flev
an.lwKc.'.t in the stomach after eaiirv:
tne il'se.sheCvm.y 1,. WHr.li'd off h
yoi,!-d. rhatiiU'tlain'sTahlets i ot mil
lid diK'estmn, hut Btretigthen acu iuvi""
oiaie? tlie htomac h.
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Frames
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