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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Saturday, December 16, 1916.
Sculptor Moulding Lincoln Statue c H R ISTM AS TR EE ACTION ON SALE '?; . v - . - The Servant Prob Iemwho ever heard 0f it in the home where the housewife knows Shredrip! Wheat? Infiveminutesyt can prepare a wholesome satisfying meal with Shred ded Wheat Biscuit withou! kitchen worry or work F0l breakfast heat the Biscuit in the oven to restore crispness and serve with hot milk For lunch serve with sliced bona OF CABINET IS Declaration That Players' Sal aries Must Be Reduced Ap proved Unanimously by Club Owners. Arthur Henderson Declares Fortnightly Club to Have Charge of Important Feat ure of Municipal Blow-out for Children of City, Time Allowed Stockholders' Committee for Making Showing Before Federal Germany Was Ready for Peace With England as Eaily as Aug, 1, 1914, Judge Is Up. ncK3 ui uiner iruits. Four" ill LEAGUE AGAINST CHANGING BASEBALL7 COURT LABOR MEMBER MUSIC PLANS ARE NEARLY COMPLETE OF LUMBER MIL l , ' imiiwij MOST C T EXPECTED SOI rf MONIN JOUMNAL PICIAl. HAtlO wtntl New York, 1' IS. After i session lfiHttnic l,,,ir '". 'he N :i 1 ii mi I league (lull owner ended Unit- urn I meeting lure toniKht. I mi i hi k the day, President JireyfiiKM of (he l'llls btiigh (lull, endeavored to til his brother rhili mummies to ncree to a vefirK'iiilattlnn of Hi" ii.iIkhihI ioiii mission. lie based hi phi, fur Hie proposed change on the 1 1 (I t Ki i! nf the Slsler (use, mill claimed tluil Hie rnmmlMHinn hIiiiiiIiI he made nniLrp'i r 11 iall I'V iipl'innling mime iciHiiii uiil- ilenlifleil with baseball i M elm II mini, in place of Harry I lennii mi of Cin cinnati, .hint how this could he done, or who he t In m Kti might plove In he li capable "outsider'' fur Hie inr,ii jiii. Was llnl hurtled fiiini the I') It sh III l: ll cluh owner's rcinni k. Chairman ili'i i iiutnn, in reply, nlnt cl that he was willing Id hhIkh from the commission If such iiolion would henefit organized li,ch , hut nil of those ireiMnt. except Pi ov fuss, dr i In lid Ihi-v lili mil relish any ehunue In Hib personnel of the supreme court Of hliHehllll, Hllil (he Mil. I'll, "hull hud caused nitirh cnnimoiit and con jecture during till! week, was dioppcd there. The dlriillni, Hint "players'1 snl iilHH must he scaled down," lul l with iiniiillniiiiiN iigiccmi'nl. Tho prrviiil lii opinion una Hint If clubs ileHiin In meet operating expenses iinil realize n fiilr Interest on the money invented, the high BJil.'irli'H brought nhoiit by III" Kerfernl Icngtio War must he rut down ennHhleriil'ly. The form of conlnut with player, presented hy thn national commission, Wiim iipprnved, with the exception nf tho teii-itay releiiMe clause, the wind ing 'f which In to he revised hy Hie national i oitmilRiiInn ntid nn:--1 upon nl the next meeting. A readjustment of the gate receipts for the world's Ncrlcs Was advnrtiti'd Mid (llheimne'1 lit loiiKth, There wiim i( general nontiitiont In favor of player Mher Ihnn those of the pennant win ning club being I rn. titled financially. '1 he o,(ieHlliirix will he passed upon nl n meeting hi which Imlh major league will he repreiiented hy the pi eshletit r committer. Thn league took mi ni t Ion r. m dl tng (iin pioposod rluinrc in the prior of tickets for the world's soi leu, huy lllg It to li ilerliled hy a Joint coni liiltlon from both leiigiien. Th league. Voted III favor of re stricting tho nuioher of L'.'i-ronl seat In Hovoriil eilnn, pilnelpellv St. I.011U (mil I'lilliidelphlii, hut In what, extent thiM rpntrlellon would he enfori ed wan ly 1 del Ided. IBV WORNIM JOURNAL ffl.lAL LIHD WIP London, I lee. Ii'i, - In illxeUHHlng the ''Titian propoHiil at a dinner nl the Si eel SloelleiM' iiMMOiiatiuii toninht, Al tlnir I leiideiwoi, 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 er nf Ihel'iit ImIi win eoiKicll, without pnrlfnho, aid that the Kiivernineiit knew noth ing eolleerolliK the til of Hie pi 11)10 Kal and the 1 icrinaiiy'x iouIivih iiiiisI remain a mailer of Kpeeulal ion for the IllOlllellt. "I'Yiim p'lnt and leient evenlM," cahl Mr. Ileiidernon, "w may antliipate without iiv i -aHHimiili'iii that any propiiHals thai ieniianv nmy put fio - ward Will not eir on the sole of mag 111, 11 1 tn 1 1 v. They miiHl he examined with Hi,' ivrealiM pnsnhle cure, Mi l, N .0 Nana-io. "W'e, of all lieiiple, lollhl I111I forget that (leiinanv wiim piepaied for peai o "ill. Hum x,1,Mlry iih lah- hh Anmixt, I UN, hut on what romliHmip? That we wile preiaed tn laliay J'Tanee and acqiileNre In the vlidalion of the neutialilv of Helcliim, which Her maliy, like ouiMdyex, had on oath MWnrn to maintain. 'J'hn people of thin en, nitty are pared to a ( t peai e loilny in In A11 gtiKt, lull, iroihil that peaie hoth hint and pel 11111 111 nl . Indemnity for the piim! In not enough aniens v." have KiiaiiinteeM for ilie future, and gUHIIinteeK for the future me not enough without reparation for nil llilgliim, I'lani'e, Siihla and I'oland have Hiifl'eied. I'rine Mul He lliinihle. "The peine Into which we rlltel moat 1 1 1 1 11 1 11 uiial.'iulee.H for lift own duration. Ilerinany inny have hiiiIi a pe.n e if nhi furnlidieM un w ilh proofn of her good Intent. Hut If it Ih hIiowii l'iat nlie Ih merely III lanulng an arinla. tlee' to ohlalo a hieathlng Hpaee that will furnlHli her the opport null y to lay fn-Hh plann 01 nKi'1'ennion, then I wo, whatever may he the temptation to the people of thene Inln hiIm. we loiiKt pet our faeeH like the Hteel you work upon, agiiliod her pi opoHaln." I ' 1 Xi " A I & , ; "'" ' , l' , ' j ::v.. S' 1 m 8 t ","' . I t , i ' I I I I t C Wiif ji I f w., j; t , , t I )' ,!i 1 Er-?- " - tl As ' V I It! AU, J'S,rrzutA ; fit tfM'ii ilt-vi!- riw.'iMiiRi)M,--'- ' i II 1 ' - ' ' ti Hfi-L' r ' I xf C s i Srttflf ii lJ (Jeolge llernhaid, II 'tin rd at work giving i toll! Ilea to III. 1 elloi In Lincoln h head, a In 011 nip 1, i finishing dalue of cant of vvliicii Ih lllH Mrs, Charles I'. Tall I 'iiiciniia! i. The cost lie more than If luo.Onn. will present is expected 'tetlRC CONFERENCE , LIKELY TO BE FORMED HI WPKNINa J'tuMNAI. tPlr lAL l.AICl Wllli New Vork, liee.'lfe -At Hon looking lownrd tho repreHenlal inn of l'nefe eoitHt eollegeH and onlv cihIIi-m on I he lntereulli Klate fonthiill ruh-H t oinlllee Ir foreciiHt In 11 proponed aioendtni'nl to the con.stitiitlon of the National Collegiate Football iinmo, la I Ion, ll wan announced tonithl. The amendinenl provldi'H for the eieatloo of a new foot hull dortlon to Include the eiilh-geHl if Ciillfornlu, iiregini and Wnslnngtaii, I hrlngllig the nnoiher of mm to, mm up taj nine. At premtit enllegeH nf the-.e Ktt tire grouped with thorn- of Man tuna, Wyoming, Idaho and I'oloriolu The proposed eluinge Im attrlliuleil tu the lea Ileal loll liy eanlern officeiN Hull the ioIIckcm of California and the nnrthwcHt have developed tdrnon fool I ih II, vvhn ll are entitled to I ept I'M'lila tlon on the liileji com 111 11 1 re UltlilSH MtMV I'WS All IM ION TO l i; I) j ti 1 n hi 11 n ucii'i, t 1 u 1 'i 1 .1 SMITH AFRAIOlF 'GO ASK WILLIE' BEING MURDERED SCORES TRIUMPH TALK YVHh the lirlHxIi Army In Kra nee, I ('. 1 r (v ia London, h'toni a Muff eor leHpomletil of the AnmocIhIoI I'retm. ) -lieiinany'H proposal to enter Itilo peace negot in t ioiih ei'eateil only mild iiilensl itiiiong the officers and hoI dielK of the r.iltiHh nrmleH In Kroncc. Most of the offleeiN explesHed the helnf that the proposal wax merely 11 diplonialle (IIVoIhiiI, following (Ver niaiiVM h 1 1 c 1 e much In It 11 ma Ida, ami in tended lo inagnifv those iniccesses Into vllal phiiseH of the war. It wiih expecled that Kinperor Wll llaiu'w manifeslo to hli troops miglit. lead to 1, 1 h' iiioiinI rn lion In their lionl line trenchiM hut lltltish nfl'lcels say they have not neen any doiiioiiHti'alioiis (i ny where. BY BOPPS JUNTA Witness in Tii.il of Consul (1c1101.1l Told Story Hoeauso llu in Dan.'or of Death, Gorman tie Was Says BELL TELEPHONE mure riuiPi nvrc i UIILU LIIII LUILU ! MANY MILLIONS,' j I mi wonin inuANAL spltaAl LiAam wiAff', j San p'l n n, Ifo-i,, ice, I.".. Thai fear .for his life at the hands of supposed Henna 11 Hples, drove him lo hate his jslolv Lelnlc I I 11 1 I II llthol ll 11'!.'. W.IM le'lificd todav I y lailiis .1. Si, Mill, the Kovellllnelll's chief wlllicss III Ms con- pii .0 silit against I'tanz llopp, I .ci ttljlll lOllsu! hcie. and M cn-ili If lid- IT TIE CMSI Capacity House Greets Per formance by U, N. M, Dra matic Club; Authors and Di rector Called Before Curtain, That the musical feature of the en tertainment to he given In connection wiih the municipal Christmas tree will ho of the highest possible order has heen nssured hy the plaeit; of this part of the program in the hands of the Kurlnightly Music eluh, the lead ing musical organization of the city. Plans for the Christmas-tree music me now being formulated by leaders of the club and will be announced in the next few days. It has been decided that the tree will he creeled this year on the open triangular space at the junction of Ccniial avenue and Park avenue, access ihe street from Itobinson park. This space will permit of the tree and Ms vaii-colored electric lights be ing seen to better advantage than in 'itobinson yaik, where the profusion of large ttees would obscure iin be. 1 uly. Chris' mas Carols. The music will follow the lines laid down In former years and will consist principally of Christinas carols and other conventional songs appropriate to the .season. In all probability Mr.4. ll. 1,. Hrailford and Key. P. Schue Icr will lead the sliming, which will be participated in by the public present at t he tree. The' choirs of all the chinches of the city are expected to take part in the musical progri'iu also. The school childien of the eily will not participate in a body this year, but all childien of the city are invited to be present and to Join In the open-air program. The presents for the tiny tads will be dist ribiit eil at the national guard armory, about, the midlife of thd afternoon, and the lighting of tho tree, with Hie musical program, will take place al .v.;i) o clock, or Just as dark is coming on, The entire program for the munici pal Christmas tree will lie given this year on Christmas eye, and there will he no attempt, as In former years to continue it during Christmas week. Whether tho stockholders' commit tee had convinced Judge John C. Pol lock, or the I'nited States court at Kansas City, Kim., that It would hid StVaJiHO for tho American Lumber (oinpaiiy if. the court ordered a re sale was not known here last night. Judge Pollock, asked lo confirm the sale lo (Mis & Company, iiiiiiuigers for the bondholders' committee, Decem ber ., announced that he would give the stockholders committee ten days in which to assure him, by giving. bond or otherwise, that it would offer JtT. ",01111 if the plant were re-sold. the event of failure of the stoekhold crs eomnillteo to give ino court sur- . ficient assurance of this Intention, the I court was expected to confirm the .sale held here last month. The stockholders' committee had until hist niyht to make the show-in, j reipiired ly Judge Pollock. Whether 1 this had been done was not known lirrc to men Interested in the Ameri- j cm lumber company. line paid lie1 ,, . . . . - lieeier iounc T ie tront 1 oor of tin, did not expect to receive any mforma - . ,.. A ,.avy .'.,, Hon until today. , .,,, ,..,,.,,. ,,,. hir Wviu Innklnir ulun . In vein. lb.' . . ' .' r.' ' "Tort. er bondholders, not already parties to Made at Niagara Falls. N. Y, " ,in. I BARKING OF DOG WARNS HIM OF STORE ROBBERY Henry A. Heeler who has a stoic -,t !!26 North h'irsl street, heard his ilnV which he. had locked i Hie si,,,' barking a block from the place short! ly before 10 o'c lock last night l;,,,,,.r Kucssco nun nis store laid i,,,,. ronneu. 1 te was right. 1 lieeier lound the front door in en 10 sergeant, j. ai .Miller. Hckr said he Massed a man win, , the bondholders' agreement, had ac- I in lmvo somelhinir concealed .,...i 1.. ' ins ovtreont as he was going to the store. cepted the coinmittee's offer hy which Ihev nnL'ht become nartios tn (ho! agreement. This offer, made before .lodge Pollock announcld the condi tion upon which ho would order a re sale, also was lo he open for ten days. The bondholders wh0 are not parties lo tlie aureement hold less than 6 per cent of the bonds. Iisul ANOTHER ELECTION COMING UP; J. P.'S ARE TO BE SELECTED Another cTei'iion is coming suoii. This time lb,- people will ho called 011 to decide whom Ihev want for liu-H'e d the peace. The ibctioti will lake place In Janoaiy, The piiuuiiics In mime precincts, hast, will e held e, t vvek. The licarne- o! , ilnoi h.iN slutt ed Ihe usual fmoiiible mentioning. v lib h has binuiMil oul Hie names of I w 1 John V. il-,on, I.. II, ch.uiibi rlin, ' of Distribution of $36,000,000 to Those Who Are Drawing $3,000 or Less Pay for Si'i'vicos, lav monninu joupiNAl krcriAt. 1 lnn wilta New York. Inc. Id. -An extra i ash 1 1 ! I 1 1 , I ) t exceeding J:lf',IMHI.(MMI w ill be dlslrlbutcd to ceilalu riases of em phi' es in Ihe couipaiiles loniprislng Ihe Hell telephone Msti tn. to aid thelll in me, ding ihe present a bum nia I livinc condltioliK. it was announced lointhl by Theodore N. nd, president of the Aiiicrlcnii Tclei;i'iiph and Telephone coil) pa nv. The piniiienls. it was flat id. will be e,iiiv.ilent tn i wo or three Ks salary, In propoitlon lo letialh ct v , e A sl.lh IIK II issued hy Mr. P.opp, w It li Vice I Si Inn k, Lieut. 1 1 , v C. C. ( 'row'ley, a delect iv sistant, Mrs. Maigaiel Smith ami .1. an km charged Willi cotopiiac Anierlcan neutialilv ly III II Hi t I'Ml slliplllellls III r.nr,. The fit si im trial in the Cnile, court. Kcvclalioii Drnmalic. Suiilll's rev cl4l loll was dl a lll.ll ic. Throuch a d.i v of c t ossm a.i iiimcM ton, Theodore Hoc be, chief ioiih i l for Ihe defense, had been ll V lllg lo cMlai l from Siuilb all udm I'-sioii that he: ,,,, liniouv had grown oul of an aHccd alb nipl'lo lilackniail Ihe (b iin.in con Iv II. von ill t',1 IIH kl 11. ', and his ns- W Colllell. IIici k' H, a re to violate blow in l; up ll Canada ill named arc on Stales district sul.il,. general. lo Ice ( 'olisid VI t c 1 1 1 be r IM'i, bcell Hit I ol in cl di lcli-e, I Hie ,i slahd: " VII int corn , k.i'l, and Ibat :li stand, Ilie 111 hamll, "W h. from I A li It Si fn In Met' I I o m back il.n. I let I oil III 'V Idem r ib SmM h d Sep . had , the letter A capacity liouse greeted the per I'orinance of "Co Ask Willie" at th. Crystal theater last night by tho I n'-vei-MlV of New Mexico I n , una t h: iub. I The aiuliclice was as a ppri i ia llvo IIH ! it was large and Ihe production proved a distinct triumph for the players, for Ihe director and especially for the au thors. In i pigi ammalic phrase, "i hi Ask Willie" may hes lie de.-cribed us P.nmdWaV with a western f';aor. In spob; il Is by vvav of being a girl show of the distinctive Ihoadway type. The pit of (he tuneful music and Hie i-picincss of the snappy lines are of Hie liiallo: Mil ever it all is the blue ha.e of the Horkios thy al niosphere Ihal can not be described l.ul is rec-ci-'iiized and lined by all of lis us . western. Action Ml Ilie Time. !Tln re is lusl enough of a plot to "Cm ,sk Willie" to tiling some de lir.hlful dialogue and some inl( -resting I situations on, bill not commit to bring I en hi -.In fag or interfere with Hu lun of the thiin;. It Is action all (lie tunc, and ' be fact thai al no t ime j ihiiiiL; ihe evening was there a drag i or a hitch to Hie lie i for ma nee. is a 51 INDUSTRIAL WORKERS ARE LODGED IN JAIL lV MORNINa JOURNAL SPKCIAL LtASCO WIM Los Angeles, Dec. Ki. With the arrest of thirty members of the In dustrial Workers of the World at Sam-'us, thirty miles north'.vost of here, charged with commandeering a Southern Pacific freight train at ilo jnvn, today, filly-one meinbeis of Ihal orimni'.ition are now in the county tail awaiting a rraignnieiit for trial. The men arrested today were captured at the point of guns hy dep uty sheriffs and a number of citizens. They will he arraigned tomorrow. Twenty-two men, who said they were Industrial Workers of the World, were taken from a Southern Pacific train which they comman deered on November -li at Ncwhall' three miles south of Saugus. These men wrecked the interior of the city jail at Ncwhall and were later re moved I., the county jail here, where they ale awaiting trial. GRATEFUL PATIENT BUYS RED CROSS SEALS Southern Schedule Adopted, Nashville, Tcim., Dec. l.'. A !il7 Isccdiile of l."i4 games, to open Anril 1 was adopted today hv the Soulh ern association. The player limit as fixed at fifteen, and liohert 11. Uuiuli of liifiningham, was re-elected prtsi (Icnt of the association. mm FO E EARNERS com pli men t bo1 to authors and play- i r :.o now 1 e the .lew d I. I'd Ma' did v. lament 1 1 mil Saci a memo w a.- U I "let J'l'ank Acl'.eriiian and H. L Moole as pohslble li I'.ildican candidates 111 Ihe Twenty-civth pteclu.t, Inst net Al-tornev-eleit (i.oige ll.Ciaiif lias been Justice f this precinct. Peter H .in I v . .I.ilm enable mid I'if.l It lie),,, letiimg loiinly liSSCM K.r, have been Hpokell of as possll.ll ilies for the li publican nomination In Ihe Twelfth precinct. Justice W, . Mct'lel,,n s ,,.g.,,,., as Ihe llkch : deniocmtic nominee In this preeincl, j ""'"'to. .in in. te, 'cnn, n, ,;in- oldalc at the last election PENNY'S WORTH OF BREAD NOT POSSIBLE fsrteiA. r.rMtr.MDti.( I ... MOAN. jooanali Iuidon, ic,. -Well ir, w.okeik In Hie great east end report that fain- lllei) in that district have suffeied Illlll li less than nnlit n.ive 1 n IX-i Iiecled from the hiKli cost of foo,. Tlie 'VH penny meal," whi'h iiseil ' to include three pence win Hi of tliel.l li penn.v's woilh of gie.n v . ceial'lcs, u pennv'H worth of potato, anil a' I enny'H wotth of hi end, is b.,weer, a! thing of the m-.t. I-Vh and -:i;site; row uilHll nimble IumhIcs Hui the I lioUhekeep, rn buv more l, .,.. .did j cereals Ihnn Ihev used in do. and i, I iilwuys thev buv neat ouantMo s ol i I resd. Vn-d of these fatiihis Mm, Id fell ' " nineh Ki'i1'1' win- It not forth,' I I hilt the "o'ikii are nil at wotk. nil welfare woikits n.Mht Ihal the work which the , ,,si tn,) women uc dwns hk Itr niAiiiy wis. l-tii-iA. boon to them ptosically n well u finHnrially. ti ftagila woniiin, for Instance, l lifnnif li,,vv h,,k in n flour null, other ure rim-iiiiih coal mid handlinc nht iouk to every five ton formerly handled by the men they Jia replaced. In uddiiioti, ihate women mrr doing their own hnuifewot k $r.d '4!un; for t h r h"! , a ti. a' hour -v,m fliO wruM b d B tot ttt d;' ill said in part: " I'mplov is who have been III the service for over one year and who are icceiviiiK J.'l.iuui or less a ear. will receive Ihe e.U i v aleiit of three weeks ,ci v , while I hose tu I ho sa me (lass w ho have been In the s''iv e e forever three months bin less dsn one year will lecelve Ihe e.pil v a lent of (wo week pn. I'inildo.vcs i e.elvllig over $:t.lMUI and less than $..,!iiin will also parlici pale In the payment, but not in thej .'..line pruooition as those 1 eceivliig t he lesser tute of pav. "Tliis is not iuli tiilcd to bn a dis tribution of profits, nor do all em plovi'M parti, ipate, II Is intended lo in .lew lel.,.,1 pi. I '1st 1 1, t A 1 1 oi nev John lit.-, 1 1 i . ' . 1 . upon ci iiinlnalioii. MllCll "Thnt vv .is : on on tile s ' e a 1 11 1 ' I ' S t ici in. i lis and iii'ii hot b I o i lua lis and I '.i formal ion." Siiulh 1 Crow lev o, me w .nili away Willi, lie said II ly vv no w is respousiii Isllspccteil of Ihe Seall plosion in May, I'.il.V I "You slispe. led lll. r 1 to be done aw ay vv p h " t I 'mil d HI bV 'Hi" .leVV Pi. Of I Hilled. who . IIH lliil .1 limn usli l" ..ponded. d the .b'W it w as the i' for my I e d v n;i mil . thai vim ' Pi ," Ion . ' I vie Willie. I I M i Ail ml 'o o - li". had II and diil a mple I'., Tiuinioiis. nl, in -the till" role of i AdelHlde Shields, who him in the role of f.n pal ts of the piece iusliee to them. Pryor s Kvvutaka. an Aztec NO STATE AFFAIR lid work for Ihe . y from r his in- par K ing tlollcd. "Thn help two, low. til, -e i iin . I in plov . : Hie and whose margin he iiecessttic.s Is inn OFFICERS OF ADAH CHAPTER INSTALLED: MANY AT BANQUET hot cl TI aider Star tool. sotlic temple slalbnc (flu lb, lion of olficcf. of f t lie l lt d. r of Ihe l ;.l phxe last lilt; lit al the M IS Lilt v 1 1. . d w A b. iin, net pic. Adah st. I'll M i s ia- I'ded the in-la II.. I inn Near W ( 1 e 111 itl. tlilitli I' Th nt f n ris h.) w er v 1.'. pcisuns W o, th bom. is U ,iti,. Aj-SO. I. It W l l M. itn al- Mis. ailed nnv del I i n , I.' I Hues '' Ihe wit iie.' Two of the men v h. I tollow 111.: 111.' looked like I b'l in,, IlKcicilit', statement, I 'oil K llbbliu, chief ,.r III, oc: lean of investigation f,u the ,h m, nl ,.f Jllst a e, s.i nl ton i.' hi lie of no pit- oi, Jew or ol Ini " IM "h is bc( ti done avvav with'' in Ili'i 1 1nn W Mil I he sle.'t met - - a v esse I ill v o! v i .1 in a having carried in unit ions man naval fleet in the P Prev inns teslimon. b v. lopi .1 ibat following tin ipl of !..'., fi.uu Prim-ken i,u ,lul ;i I of Hie , :, in. i e . nosu ,tc Ills Mlppo,'d dv 11 I lllll 1,1V ; had ,,ic I,, i, , , ;,d with the si i eel . a I- ( omp.inv . i n - rid king, and Miss Hortonse Swli.er, n llokona, dn id. d honors with the pnn-(Ipal.-. Mis Switf.er's voice being heard lo excellent advantage. Miss l.tlilan ilh.'ims. as Sylvia Spank- bin st. n c a comedy exiiibiti'.n which has seldom been ci, nulled in A 11 hi -ipiepiuo eillet by professlniuils or a ma 1 1 urs. Miss I ten trice Srlsor, as I '. Iphinc, a propheti'ss, had a minor p,nt bin gni much out of it her sing ing l.etii'.' one ol the hits of the even. Ini,'. James Wait, as Haneho. was a i omv lining b.m. lit and le.eivcd liberal and well 'descry rd a pldaii.-c. Spi'ii.:! menu, hi should be made of the feature dancing of Miss Huge and Miss Hracoek, which was in the hUh- Sa. rani chai ge lo ihe Kiln Smith allege. Lieut. . on I . g. in i i I I Im parl - (lli'W w ho cou nt o ' of i Ici ¬ est degree an of thelll, wen soluble singing better. A review of complete wiih, Ihe song bits Somehow or i I te v on half f. I w o 1 1; Mali Peter i "am, , I'll. HI M i s. Ha l l ii H M t s Hen i let I a M v ei s Mis I "a t In l ine Ha t sell. - Mrs, Irene Potter Com! ill 1 less Mis. Hilda S( cl el n v T, ( i win , r 'undue! i , ' AssefTltle i spin wall Adah - MtK. Mil, lied 1 lavldson. I:, ilb - Mrs :v,.u, n,.,, her. C.st In t - Mt s. Il.-lwig- pen,, i, uk. Martha - Mis i,-u.e ( 'hi to, d, r.le.ta Mis int., Livingston. M iirden -Mi).. M ,i . , itvipUin Mia. Mi -.tin I lddf. Mil !:i! lr: ' j . v CAv n, ir-.-r ' 'r ., :-is . ;j :.nh.n VsPu'irnl I 0.r...:"Xu.lTv m re. DENVER UNIVERSITY NOT TO PLAY NORTHWESTERN IVinei. I, tW'eei, , ii.'.'r western Univ. for 11 font I, a I be.,1 bl'ok.'ll 1 del'. Hlhlctte director nl lb stilulmn. announced tod.i western was unwilling to IViivci lies cither hero or said, hshf d. wcuW MiWNA. IMri.L lll.tn WIAK ' I ", Ni gollatlotis I,, lllliv i t -d v and" lll 1 1 i sit v. al I v , n t on . I d , tame next year have ft. Pi of. C. 11. ills' o- il'l ll ,11- Nori I' ue. I Ho Hicre, hp Nei-'oli iltons oi Igie.illy vv , t r n w i.. 1 Vcr.'j.- lid c . not rl; Northwe.tt-rr in th sue. The choruses, all excellent and the en could not have heen Ihe p;.iy would be hi nt special reference to of the evening. "Yon dlicr Oct 1'sed to ll," the M.iig which rcr.s Ihroui'h the play, and also runs through the I'.iind long after the play is over, w a.s one of the best musical jingles ever hcaid in Al I ii'iuei'iue. "Your Tnotsje Wootsie Clinging Vine," hy Shirley Kent her: "On I ol His Onblon lircanis," by Miss j Ad.laide Shields," and "The Pacifle- i.'ts." by Ocoi'gc White- Were other notable hits. Pctwcen acts there were persistent calls lor Miss Kihel Mickey, the au thor of the lines of the phiv, iitid Miss llnkcv was finally led blushing be fore the curtain to bow her thanks and protest that to Professor Seder wire due the principal honors of Hie ev ening. rrnli ss.il' Seder then , e sonde.l lo calls and also appeared be fore the curiam. Prrector Joe ScotM came in for a curlain cull of appiccl- hiion. - - - - When il Is eotist.leicd that not only tl'f piny and the music, hut every participant In the product inn is di lectlv connected with the I'll iv ei slty of New Mexico, the success of "Oo Ask Willie" is something for lh fn stitution to be csaeciallv proud ef. The man , -etoent Is now- , en.idertng iCnt the tU'"'i sirN Fe tor a per fo:": '.-..., w hi ! the .-'utf isl.turc t in ion. ' 'RV MOANIKQ JOURNAL SPECIAL LCASI.D WIRC New York, dec. 1 Compulsory health insurance for wage earners, legislation which has been proposed, was strongly disapproved by W. C Curtis of I let roil, president of a cas ually insurance company, in mi ad dress before Hie tenth annual conven tion oi ino assoi nit ion ol I. Me Insur ance Presidents here today. Mr. Curtis summarized his objections to compulsory health Insurance hv saving jit, would produce these results: I Impose a tax of $.", lo effect saving of JI. Uisciinl n.Sf.ft.win of the ,l:!,r,lMi.(iiMl wage earners I realise of age or phy sical condition. P.rovide employment for L'Ml.000 politicians. Creole a fund or $ I ."al. Inn), lino that would be controlled or exclusively ad ministered politically. Permit a small percentage of physi cians lo control inn.st (1f the industrial medicine practice. irgani.ation of a lonimittee of life insurance pi'c.'-ideiiis and commission ers to study insurance taxation and find remedies for the present system was suggested by Charles I''. Coffin, vice president and general eounself of an Indianapolis insmanee coin patiy. i ue con. on i ion in, ri upon adopted a resolution instructing the legislative committee to take up with other or ganizations the study ,,f insurance tax laws and to prepare a taxation tire. Arthur Hunter, president 0f the actuarial society of America, asserted in an address that, judging from in surance statistics cancer was not contagious nor hereditary. He added that it has caused 7 r.O.OoO deaths within a decade and SOdhlO within a year. Poriy thousand" of those who died from it within the year were less than tin years old. and assuming their lives were worth $L',r.0ir each, the countrv was JlfiO- Poorer by their deaths said. I Tells Why Ho Supports Great National Red Crops Christmas Movement. "Personal experience means much In i one a attitude toward the Seals. Will you lot me tell why both gratitude lor the saving of my life and a desire to help exterminate tuberculosis makes me buy and uso Kcd Cross Christmas Seals?" This Is a, request in a letter from a cured patient in one of Wiscon sin's County Hospitals for Tuberculo sis, who snys: , "I was shocked to learn In 1910 that I had consumption. I thought that was the end of me. Fortunately for mo the National Tuberculosis Associa tion and the American Red Cross had taken up the task of informing the nation that a pulmonary tuberculosis can be arrestod and perhaps cured by a combination of fresh air, good food, perfect rest, and freedom from care. In course of time this good news had reached Wisconsin and the Wisconsin Anti-Tuberculosis Association was or ganized to carry the message into ev ery corner of the state. Through this propaganda sanatoria were established In various parts of the state. So when the disease became a very personal matter to me, there was an institution near at home to teach me how to breathe, eat, rest and think, so as to j live with tuberculosis, and at a price within reach of my moderate purse. This was all the result of the philan thropic propaganda of these national ) organizations and the Wisconsin Anti- Tuberculosis Association, to whom I must always be grateful for my pres ent health and strength." What Refl Cross Seals have done in Wisconsin they have done and are do ing In every other state in the Union. All but ten per cent, of the proceeds, which Is used for expenses, remains in the state where the Seals are sold to be used for tuberculosis work. TOO I.ATK TO CT.ASSIFY. KOK It K.T Large steani-lieaicl furnished apartment at the Wish- , iiisiuii iiui'i i ac. i, at i'iiij vv est On. i tial avenue. Phone lln;i. ! I'll It KKXT Furnished room; geiillc. j man preferred. 414 South Third, j I hone liOiiW. j FOR SA LL l!a 'gains in fhickensT Feed has dropped: now is the time to prepare your chickens fur early si ttings: one pen Hamburg pullet, at $7.00; 12 Huff Orpington pullets dud one Huff Orninston rooster, wnrth J-'i.nn, all for $ 1 r ; r,o choice Harmi Hock hens and pullets (Thompson isHaiii). These chickens have fmislic'i moulting and have been laying fur bast month. It will he worlh your while to call anil see them al fill,' .South Kdi(h. Phone U0LT,. for His HigHhess TM&ierican Grille man MEXICAN, RELEASED FROM JAIL, WILL BE I f JL I U Trri: mia ixs oo., ino. M. U Trri: mia ixs oo., ino. QPMT APRflQC RnDnCDii! Wholesale litrihiilori wv.,.1 nwi.uwo uuiiulii l Allmmimne. N. To avvai, the outcome of proceed-1 bmiaSWmimiBSESSS! ings looking to his deportation, Carlos , Andasole, Mexican, wns taken to 101 Paso yesterday by Immigration In-j f 1 rAF.T NT spector V. F. Partch. Partch began -J W 1 - Hie proceedings while Andasole w as Palntfl, Oils, Glass, Muli-hold I00'" in the county jail nt did Albuquerque. I iin nml Itiiildino I'ltm-r. Andasole's sentence expired before I . minrD inunigration authorities disposed of!J. U. DALUnlUut LUIVlD-"' the case. nieas- hv Patrolman Pablo Lii.ian, who arrest ed Andasole, saw him yesterday morn ing in Hie Alamo saloon, First street and Silver avenue, and, knowing that Partch wanted him, the policeman "tipped" li ini. Partch took Andasole into custody and left with him at 10:05 o'clock for Kl Paso. Andasole was sent to jail for thirty days for attempted "shoplifting." He attempted to conceal a hat under the hib of his overalls, l-ujan. called by Ihe proprietor, arrested Andasole, took him before Justice W. W. Mc Clellan and in less than an hour after his arrest he was en the way to the jail to serve thirty days. ' I COMPANY MRS. W. E. WARREN DIES AT HOME IN EL PASO M rs. deacon of St. Charge,! Aith Contempt of Court. 1 'Oliver. Colo. i.e. 1 Walter Plan', rancher, near Sterling, the gov ernment s chief witness against JOu Kene Hiuhanan and others charged with .onsiuracy io intimidate home steaders, was brought lure (.might hv Peputj n,ite,I Slates marshals ' Hlair's absence when Ihe Pan hanan case was called in the Cnitc! states district court todav led postponement of the case until .laniiary :';t. jfo toU federal officials he had been ill and unable to go to the posiofrice audi cooseiiiieeiiv knew nothing of the gnV. -inmen, Minpoena He was taken into cuttody on a ,nwi chirs'n coi 'torr.pt rf .ourt arsl v tct :n ij.i! here tonie-tit pciu.g rclte on bond W. 10. Warren, wife of Arch Wimcii, formerly in charge lohn's lOniscopal congreg.ilion hero, died yesterday morning at her liome in 101 Paso, according to words received here. Archdeacon and Mrs. W al ien left here more than two years alio, going to 10! Paso to make their home. They had live, here for scars and had many friends here. THE WM. 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