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4. ety survey which was parti
ssdMH tame time ago. It Is about
i asssasBssBi wnm;WI 'BmHtm
life ttffi county survey down
il&iftirllsh it tiD and odd
jewies 0. te.
buquermie. .s r
.Willi nit ml A ril
cnpi nunuiy at 1st Pterin, iuuuse
Ktreet AlbuqujflrlsWfc, IVJUV.
at WiWkmTirit Ami
H. M,, undar ifigAtt tmoil
month by farrier Ve 6ftwl
a wcK oy earner.. ....u reM'i
dvanco , , . , .ffM
telephone 17 jnJI,
- , ., rW.-a.
mom: isvmmirtox Waktjj, 1
ltd Blfego JJftcfl, the morning paper
consents to-let Isi the , the
letful Ignoranco of the young men (
tin. nvenlnff Herald, for which, M6H
thank, nut having cntighWef! 'is
. Br HlMtflS
tu tho effect trat til suttfjjudictem'erlmfa which become dolly
Ik superior to the (other branches of
tho government end can nay io the
'xpcutlve so und ho Koetb, or to"the
lcln!nturo Ik ihnnged and it he
ImnKotli, and that when ao ntrucjw1
liy Ihe morning paper Ihn bench nny,
I'lttninnnd the goVerfiop to certify the
.lection of flenalpr ITolf, tho elder
KbitcKinnn han "iiKlottd to Jornleh tie
Itifonnfttlon requested qh Mhbtittir Jm
porlanf point. YeilerdBe' 'jltcl
.'ijtiiH-nid the mornlnir WlHvWhjhi it
wim eourlnc tho ojllnlo, ftim ltd
l oiifisrl thiit the three brnncMsp'pt Ah
Rtiviirutnont are not
ioni are noi cunrainie. 10
;i t n aUitcyicnt from Mr. Bacfi re
Kiinlln the roleliruted Incident of
linom and Hh tmthroorn. W
cull.'! ntlcntlon to the fact that It
1 Kncrally underatood that Ir. Knca
vu in the bathroom nnd mint ac
rordlnxly have a first hand knowl
ciIkd (it tho true Inwnrdnra of the
eplKudc. Thin reciUdat wua Ignored, or
It In hoped the morning- paper will
nguln call 6n It counse) nnd get thlc
fitutcmf-nt. The public would like to
know whether the Hoom 4-batlirooin
Incident woe purt of a conaplracy to
ruin the reputation of aorta In mom
litre of the legislature or n featuro
of an attempt to catch totir would-be
tirlbo-tnkcra In tho net. With Us
Rplcndld faclllllc for furnishing thh)
Informuton, tdue to lie close relation
with Mr, Hata, who "wua there, the
inornlntf paper curtnlnly owes It to
the publlo t Impart this InfornVntfon
The city park commltstnn has. an
opportunity to snrure some flno tarn
nrlek nnd other shade trees und de
sires suggestions on nn ornamental
planting plan for Itnynolds park, tho
little beauty spot In tho Highlands
upon which the park' board hoe been
working for sumo lima past. A llttlu
co-operation by some public-spirited
expert along this lino will be greatly
The. park commission has already
nccomplished remarkable results with
this little plot of ground nnd when
the. x'ornplule plan Is carried out l,e
Jiignionq pnrK will bo fully as at
tractive und even moro ornamental
than Itoblnson pnrl.i The growth of
the city wlli soon 'etirrnund Reynolds
park tmd'lri Mi yratn' time the peo
pie of that jPsrt of tho city will bo
exceedingly grriteful for the work
that Is being dune ut present. Tho
locution f tiie nark, .and the contour
of the -ground offer splendid oppor
tunities for landscane work ami the
:ompletcd$feajinB space will bo a
Hpoi or .w;uJ9l any "' might ho
Now Is the time for tho dly, whlio
II is completing other great civic im
provements, p look, to the xufpre in'
the matter of, puVilo parks, Tbo 0bt
of the present aeneftrtUjh.ta lh;.tftn
who made r,RbblHorf ,artt. what it U
The itio Orande ls beautiful val
ley, but it Is rpaUy rieffjected, la the
lit. wsr mwjxswMmnsmm
i ff yWdmy, lunder7,,',Bt!UJon W
t! opinion caprsrel by Col, A, A. Jland,
. presldast ot a, big eastern Inauronca
( tompstuy and ft man toprt stating cpn.
. 11,.MSfcWMlBuiSM .'A..ifeSr tiAM
fstftiiBisa' A I
With 1L Jrhe mo Imoortsnt val-
iV. improvement for many years has
W tier4 ttr'tMKrtiny' months
we need It In .otitwfcuMBCM.
jUt utt take hfd 'io' ttU "criticism
Wee.ttern cnpttJfi-ad pe-
ifcy tx that of. A man engaged In
ln$ another seceMteLihe yal
to the era of
of "thVvsliey of
HAS!1?0' Anvrtf fefeT-of
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KOyOATIOV AND CRIME.
t . ,.wr. .r. 1. r
the'lnndence ft- lidueaoh fh the
Prevention of Crime" won discussed
tht Wtffk licforo tho Congress of tho
tlmotfe by lir. Daniel Thelan, prcsl
dent of the American Association of
X'tUtrm Burgeons nnd surgeon of the
iDomlnloti penitentiary nt. Toronto,
Cktnoda, "The old saying that 'an
ounce of prevention Is worth moro
than n pound of cure,' " aald Dr.
riielan, iti opening his address, "l
trite but very true. In regnrd to tho
prevalent n the world nnd wnicn
cnrifttlluic a veritable menace to so
ciety, much thought has been given
to devising means whereby they might
The criminal tendencies eomo
from heredity, environment, the at
mosphere in whloh they have been
condemned to live, and from other
and equally self-evident sources, but
tlhce education or early trulnlng hoe
much to do will the prevention of
.the multiplication of those who lend
Irregular lives In the world, I have
elected that particular question ub
tfe subject of my brief Investigation.
Xu tho lack of proper education s
thft couoo of ii large percentage of
crjmo today, inversely tho encour-
atmert oi suiiarue euucuuon mum
nectscarJIy tend to the diminishing
of tha number of those onomles of
oclitywho are present so frequently
"We alMkiiow that tha Impressions'
made on tha young mind arc tltuj
most lasting, and wield tho greatest
Influence In sljaplng the future life
of tho Individual. . It l generally con
ceded that tho only way tho state cunj
deter permanently the
from the commission of his evil deeds
Jls by educating hlmfor tho weakness
of the will power 'of tho youth who
Is afflicted with cv tendencies cut) be
strengthened by trulnlng and suitable
education, the mum'ptirpose of which
Is not to enlighten the mind by.
'mennrf of a proilclcncy'lh''cVrfuln stud
les; ruther Ik It to prepare the Indi
vidual to live In twenty, io awaken In
htm favorable tendencies to action,
Intellectual Incentives to goodness,
and tho highest sentiments of moral
obligation. Tho gonna of moral In
sanity nnd also of crime aro mi doubt
'developed early In life, as tho youth
passes through a nervous and Irri
table state Incident to his growth and
development, nnd Is consequently
more einotlopal, i'rppulslvn. nnd wilful
during thut critical poriod, Karly
educullon should, therefore, lie di
rected towards correcting the Inher
ited and anti-social impulses.
"The state hag it In Its power to
greatly Improve 'conditions; to estab
lish means by which proper Instruc
tion van bo given on certain lines,
und suitable training given to the
mind, tho with nnd the moral senses.
Philanthropy hae n vast field whereon
to- exerclrt) Us benevolence und Its
eridcayoral remembering, however,
that the education which I aim at
pointing out as u means of malting
tha gjiod, cltlxen Is especially one of
moral ns well as nhvslcal training.
u I " '
$n,d, .not tho cultivation of the mind
alone. An Individual enjoying such
an education Is worthy of tlja. pent
consideration of hi follow. maioV i ,
Takft a twor. neglected youth, In
JJUtd tettefe teHWtraei of his heart.
afUaat(?iwlbie'even as Moses
tvflmijmtiovfi ia int, water gusncu
forth, and you will perceive tha trans
fcfaationi If ho bus a spark of
good neks tn hint, his mind becomes
cltrtr, the feelings more tender, his
Aspirations mpro elevated, his yearn-
Jnee more in accord wllhtho Inherent
mobility of man's disposition, and his
potnloct mora In harmony with the,
fundamental principle of aoplal well-
We would teW tk tMVsiin nnner
t MrKe:'MvssM' iwmm, xne. irae
vi. It is
(Judge,) t", et;
THE O. U. I. elepbftfct
The Uemocnttlo JacAf. 2 1
The T. It. bull moose.
The Tammany tiger.
The wolf at the door. ' t
Tlis bee In the bonnet.
The hulls, btariraifd lambs, of Wa)
The ny in tne oinimeni.
The tat of (lino tails.
Th- dogs of war.
The bull in the charm shop.
The rut In the hulr.
Tho Welsh rabbit.
The turkey trotter.
The bunny hugger.
The dog In tho manger.
The vnnWe in the gram.
Tho bug" in the. car.
Tho slog party.
The round robin.
FKOM WHAT we hear of that King
Ferdinand he must bo n bnd actor.
THli MAN orTllonkeybaek hna put
one over on the man on horseback.
T..AT TnANHrONTINKNVAI. wire
less stunt iii.iKc,. ii Verne look
like tho rawest kind ut un nmatotir.
IIOOKMAKIKO In Indiana Is still
primitive, being confined to the writ
ers of best sellers.
01113 IN'OHATICIH'iHi of woman!
Five of the six woman Hiiffrage states
went uMlnst t,ljo, colonel.
CUItlOt'H how the man who has
the Job nl wuyA ought to tie Immedi
ately "ruforined" out of It,
TO WHOM Is the morning's morn
ing going to award the local post
Till Oim.OOK'H contributing ed
itor Is bank on the Job eomewhnt
buttered up but In bully spirits.
TIMtKKV MIHHT HB wild to be
slnndlng. on the off side of Arma
geddon. HK.NATOH PALI, is mild lo lie suf
fering from a severe blow on the
vsrlHl Inflicted by the morning paper.
WK KLYIOEHT the elder Mlntcntnnn
go back und coufult eminent uoun
sel Haca again.
CIIICAOO hiiM a "klMnlrig burglar"
lint- girls, he Is not even pntmiihly
TUB IIAt.KAN utiles are down with
only u few yards to gulu. It looks
very much as If they would iil.iu have
no trouble In kicking thr goal.
THINIC OP TUB III.OODHIIBI)
that would eiiKiie ir men and rvt girls
were employed as teicphoni. niicrai-
TO AHMH! They enmel All the
fruit peddlers In th" world are on the
single regret. It makes otie feel like
giving thanks. It makes uutlelpii
llenx of full boards anil happy fuces
nil a roil ml theht. Ono tun ulmoHt
Kinell thi xteitmlng turkey und feel
the golden glow of the immiikln pie
when henrlnfj the warm words of tho
St. Louis Times: Nobody knows
what tho price of turkeys will bo
tills Thanksgiving, except thut It will
be,, as usual, "all that the tralllc will
It's tough to see the other men
win out by acclamation.
Then ' bo Compelled next diiy to pen
Oommerclul Appeal: Tho horn of
Plenty, held by Cures, is showering
gifts on our prooperous country, An
other reason for thanks,
NuW York Times;
Ilstnember thosp by grief 'oppressed,
Thttnkealvln day! .fc1
Porg6t no human heart distressed,
No brow on whton the thorn has
Whll 6 ttfd vfay,
llemember those who are In need,
'' 'fhknbntvlnir Anv.
Theirs Is a sdrrv Joy. Indeed!
ttecajl. their woes, and with all speed
uifvn wain niviiy.
Ilomember those who know no friend,
Whose loved ones stray.
Olv food I Olvo raiment! On nnd
Or.o cheering hour, ao they moy end,
With thanks, their day. ,
mm and Photo
)fown Intensely Jn-
lf Dlsnlciv for
Waiters at Scotti
, - . TIM-.
U Uanttv Pe, N. M Noy. l'tkMr
ImiuhIh. .... v -v-liKti, 1
'm'""ii n fummunoea me
pn or tno new-old artf 1
J evening ut f jo o'clock"
lion rtt which the vMt
'MaSohs will haWtiT,
l.ast nht I
Turlt'e trait snd Me si IDS on a pBu
pee), every other eiep.
' 4m' fa 'tttivt 'Airf,nvi-TfiA that JMt
f6m9h,tfmhlng from tAg&t
mania compucatco wnn b juumij
jpbly, thick cranial tsous "rtristy, ,
'A. DEMOCItATIC organ oWHt
Jt advice- about reforming tne re
ffdnllnn . barty U always OpOB tt
grave suspicion. ,
t T1II5 COMMON or garden variety
of retail Is a mild and moiiyooaaie
measure cOmpdred to the .morning
paper's plan to recall Mr. Fall.
ALfj TIIIP AOITAT'ON about
eliminating tho word "obey" from
the jncrrlage service will be a groat
surprise to many women who never
knew it. was there.
I'EnHAPa TUB i;t.ECTI,ON and
tho Ilallcana h&vo detracted our at
tention, but wo haven't heard, of a
revolution In Central America for a
.Certainly Wcro Birds,
Vou heard, the hexperornls sing.
The pterpdaucty! squall
Tho dodo was upon tho iving
In prehistoric all.
THBIII2 1MB been nn astonishing
ly small mortality among U)e hunt
ersbut ttho returni are alow In
eonilng In from the back,wooda qt
TUB MAN WHOvhs arrested for
trying to force his way Into the
White House to talke over tho high
cost of living with the president wag
a very Inconsiderate person to try to
odd to tho woes or Mr. Taft at this
time. It was llko going to u h6uso of
mourning to effect u horse trade.
IN V1BW OP the dendly foud be
tween the, morning paper nnd Ben
ator Pall, It Is curloim that tho for
mer Ih ho set on forcing tho supremo
court to force tho IcglMlature to com
pel the governor to ntgn hla creden
tials. AND TI I UN, Oh. Cucumbers, sup
pose tbo governor should refuse to
do what the supreme court tells
him? or worse, supposing tho su
preme (Miurt should refuso to obey
the inan-iletn-us of the morning pa
A woman teuchpr was explaining
gender to a grade of young children
as visitors entered. Thoy begged her
to continue, ns thuy would bo de
lighted to hear tho children's repllos.
"Children," she nnked, "what Is
'girl,' 'woman,' man"."'
One little hand wan so eager, sho
appealed to tbo owner promptly.
Arfll'roHe to the uccnslnn.
"Olrls Is females, woman's a male,
and mun'H u human bean." Hx
change, and about 2 feet In height. The, church
bus buen reconstructed not us it In to
day but ns It wns beforo tho present
repairs. Tho chief dlrrcrenceH are In
tho western facade or front of th
building, orlglnully tho tower had
three stories und tho largo stone but-
II mm.. . .
onu seen today were lacklnar In .
former times Pormorly there was a thouiuanco'of hu tffigSfc
"camp., santo" (cemetery) In front of dollars ($100,00o"ooi Tof honils "for the
tho chtin h surrounded by nn ndobo I construction or a hih mr-ux k..u..
niiii. huh iiitiiiHuro wnn oniereu ny , t
a picturesque, gateway on tho western An,i whereas, the following dcncrlb.
SZ Wh,Ch -Und' th omb,cm ot S SlMa tatnnhexeCa,yto0f
Wlthln'tho enclosure therp were, tho ed'Cfo" lo rafgln'n'lng0
customary graves surrounded by small Intersection of Mulberry street an
wooden fences, one.of which hnn beeni Bast Marquette avenue, thence
reproduced In the model to bo exhlb-' on Knst Marquette nvenne to et
Ited. Another Interesting feature of boundary town of Albuquerque ttraat,
tho model is the. row of rooms along f"?,1?! f,lJih. ..W lno.to Pel" hi
tho southern Hide, tho westernmost ot 'lvdnruoc '.'vj" w lhJtheJn,(JA,,..ot Be,i
tvnich was originally Used for inMUuLISJS
Ing tho bodies of tho dead during the
.prayers and services held at night for
the repofiu of their souls,
i At the eastern end, of this tier of
rooms was tho s,urlsty which has al
so been reproduced, 'Altogether tho
mode will fix for till tlm,e In on Itnpor
Ishitble way tho memory of tho old
Tho model n mndo of plaster of
Paris on u frniuowork of. wood and
metal lath and Is tha handiwork or
Percy Adams well known In this city,
und formerly of OrebJcV, Colorado.
Mr, Adntns accompanied the expedi
tion of tho Hchool of Archaeology to
Quntemata. and whllo th,er he con
tracted malaria which on his return
to tho states nearly proved fatal.
Tho exhibition w)ll occupy threo
.roptng at tho western ond, of, tho QUt
Palace of tho Oovornors, name'y, tha
(llbrary, tho nito do los'SWJolos" roorit
and tho reception room,
Vtlil II VM.iJlaAf'
Tho exhibition wlli cWslslofj
n .-unuuia in niasisr. oi puns "
-I- l .. . .. I -
lilstorlq buildings anil, prct'eil lm
,iiuiiiciii iiuouv puma ivjif
' (2) Bnlarsed nhotoilrdrJhS of nointi
of Interest about tho cl)y particularly
views illustrating tho panto, Fe sfylb
of architecture whltfiTsVUio kpynoto
1 IMU qillllUlli
(i A large relief man of tha city,
the first of its kind uvrr attemnted for
$nla Fe, and whlohJ will proV, ip,-
vltiahje when the ImfiM "syietn
js-nlei h now a MaUtrJflf. niontfis
rftther' than years, U uiMllMi
f 1 A largo map o&U'ftty to no'.
CCrapflny the relief x
jrlsf'l naming of th
eeedbytne city ptau
hM hft$ the ptactrasT
w P.ebi0 Md ,
tTi Ih etatita P s
feM ' ee.r -at
en sHi sew u scr sBS umbtsji
acheI &H!kMag. , . ;jg
jnereiore. oe it reeosvec af
Bo4rtt at KdiieatUifi -hf "tn li'-f
led. I hit the buestlorl'ot tssnilr lsj
In task sbmm m fiMa.Vins.ilMl STLnA.lZR&f 1
i inn nnn nni aaiibm rn
of rvMriir fawit' W-paf tot i Sett
bhijcmoh 'w Ew-sma meem igM
school 1niUnK M Hhe eRa t 'AIM.
ntieraae. New Mexloo, fcc, sbmlit
be qjwMOeA elo?to,ra ot the, mtiA
uuma Hi, Kn e (ecus a lo DO
called for that purpoae; mm rob&t to
ablo ktml-anhtially and tfi W pay.
Education In not lessi than fwontv
mra nor more than, thirty years
"io ubxo oi uietr ee.ia isse-.
na n ia runner resolved that tae
"fid school district therein uon 'the
qdeaUon of Issuing, gald bendx said
edtjpn to be hold on the' lit day
o pecemfter. A. D. IS 11, aX that
a certified coov of ttt crryutmiiu nvi
of these rceblutlons be Mtved th'
clerk of tho board 'anpp the mayor.
v.. uio ungr ui uuuquorqao at 'once,'
nna wnoreas, mo Boara of 'Educa
tion Of the CltV of Athuauiirniin 1Ti
Vexlcn hits i requested the mayor of said
city to call a special Election for Ue
ftuallfled electors of thor school dls-
irjct oi ino ciiy or Albuquerque upon
the Question Of Issulna- tulhAa In 1.
KfL0!1!1?: thottaand, dollar.
tiw,u,ui iot me purpose or rais
ing funds for tho construction of a
new 1ilnh' echoet hnii.iiisv in iiv.u.
of Albtlquorquo said bonds to bear, in
tcrest at a rate not to exceed 6 por
centum per annum narahie Mmi.nin
??i'yt an(i. 10 b Payable not lessl
iii.li "" uur more man
th rty years from the date of Issue
sold bonds to be payable at the op-
"3D, ,xhe Board of Education at the
oXDIratlon nf tvinv vmn m
. MW ",0,r
a-uw, increiore, i. D. tc. B. Sellers
mayor of the city of AlbUquerquo. do
h.or?.,iy fn". a "Peolal eioctlpn st the
"' ,6tot of the. school dls
trlct of the city of AlbueAteratH, New
Mexico, to be held on v Su
ulnM ?! -Do.cc,rtb6r. a. ri. ibi
the polls Of Bald cleetlnn iL. Zlii
open from the hour of 0 vlAfa ' T
m. to tho hour of a n'Mt.M. r,
said day for th purpose of : voting
V,1?.0" ,th1 qJtlon of Issuing by th5
ulu tn ixiucauon of the city of
,'U5.,!r.f"S Sf boa, the sum of
nnn "ou"anu ooi am ($100,
?nn,?.0)f. ir, th WW Of Wising
MHJlr V,c. c,onfuctlon of a new
high sohool bu dinar for th. .At,ni
district of said city, said bonds to bear
mieresi ut a rate not to exceed 0 per
S annum payable semi-annually
?2n "a",blB " not less than
twenty years nor more than thirty
option of the board of educutlon after
hSt,UVol.rntl,on,.0.f t.wen,' 'ca tom
their date; ballots In .favor of tho Is.,
suonce of said bond shall read a
follows. o.wlt: "Por tho Issuance of
onn hundred thousand dollars (1100 .
000.00) of bonds for the i construction
of a new hln-h schnnt hiMi... ....
ballots against the Issue of said bonds
l I . uh.nl I II..
' "-.., UUIIU-
Hell avenue, to lntersetlo' er nu.
north on South High?strM te inUr.
soct on of Houth Wen street afl jmm
Coal avenue, thence east'on Kter
.avenue to lntersectlet1. of 'Kast cr
Avonua and Mulberry street, thanes
north on Mulherry street te place of
Tho city council of the city of Albu
querque has designated thp following,
places ror the registration of the
qualltlod, electors of said school dhv
First ward New Mexico Cigar com
pany, 113 West Central. Ilpard of reg
Istrutlon, II, j, Collins, P. Hanloy, It.
First street atid Gold avenue. Board
of registration, . a Koehl, o. O,
Cushman, Wm. Klsks, ' ,
Third ward flmoko Ilouao. z0
West dold ttvenuo. Dbard orreels?
V110' calrei N, Q. McCroi
den, N.'H. fltovsnt,
nf 0,H,rth. w,B'dP RuPP tor-4!
203 West Central avenue. Board of
regbrtratlon, n. W. p, .Bryan, Dr. U M.
.uiuuoriiii, a. iiffeisner.
And tha eltv. eauitelt ih& nt
Albuquerque has designated the fol-'i
eTectiont 5IM"e P'acea or. ,a
flecc-hd wardwofljee of OhaS. chaa
Senue? 10Jf W -
fourth ward-HWHc 7 AVlTj iSai
afr terrlterv As
1118 Btrrth'et tieM1
of Beconfl StreH wHl
In rthe trwsM. i'
electors rtH&iMt im. i
rltory seatk. OsMaVMSM mm
WaBfi of HWfOte
os mo ciiy or Ainuanertiue be
and ha hcrnby is rixftiMd to, call n
election for the" purpoeS of UkJnr
inward TMflisiM .
A't Thanksgiving Day haa.a
who have acquired the- &unk -
-ir " haA learned (ho convenience'
4 IhStcconnt n this ank
Our depoittofs nrs, made to " feel at Tharjksfftvjpt
time, and throughout tho yeerthat we tako a. peioji'al
Interest in them that wo loao 'no opportunity to rettfier
tho'valuablo business advlco and awljtonce.
Our depositors know, too, that their funds, are ab
eotutely secur0 In a bank, like tho State iNdllonal a. bank
which, because It enjoys "public confidence, has grown
fastor than any other financial institution In New Mexico.
Don't let Thanksgiving cohio around again Without
opening an account In this bank. Why not ask u. about
It tomorrow? '
Vs a Depnhlf iry.
,' Mtt te
t GEM THEATER
Tlic Mlxailvmituro of a dnlm Agent.
Ibtby HnftiTH, In tho fovlnff.
Wonted n V.'lfn In a I lurry,
Adntitelon 10c. Ctilldrcn Bo.
I at t(ft4itteaeeMteetitA4iaftei,oZ
: . , i
FREE AND PROMPT DELIVERY ;
:: Open Every Daj! in tnd Weak 'I
:: HIGHLAND PHAEMACY , - JPKOIfESO::
WHY BW A
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