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&HTTQU2IfltnB EVEHnyg Mk AID. KOWMT, WOVEHBiat 18, 1010.
TO JOIN DRY FARM
Delegations of Officers of In
ternational Dry Farming
Congress to Tour State This
Letters received by tjie atntc bureau
r Immigration today from the uen
nil olllces nf the International Dry
Kiirmlnj? cnuirres, announce. that
luring- the coming winter, probably In
Jumjiuy, a pnrty of onicers and mem
bcrsDf tho executive board of the
consren will mnkn a tour of tho
fulled States. lnchitllnK a stay of n
Week or ten dnys in New Mexico. Sec
retury It. II. Ilonltif; or the liuienu nf
Immigration bus been elected u mem
her, f tho Inturiiutiomil exveutlvo
board mid Iium been asked to iirrntiKe
ii nltlnernry for the vlilton who will
liH'lime ii number or tlin most proml.
nenl- men Interested In llu eonst-ess
and-, representatives of a number of
fordKn countries. It Is tho purpose or
tho expedition to uruo n more active
Interest In the work of the loqurenH
umoni nil of the Mate where dry
fnrmltiK Ih practiced nnd to extend
tlm benefit or the coriRteivi hh fur
Tho ronjucsi will be held agiilti In
I.ethbrldKe, Albertn, I'unudn, In I'Jia.
Wrltirtjc of tho litHt eutiKress, which
wns.lh,, most Nucveiwful In the hlMory
of ilje orKnnlwttlon. Mr. John T.
Hurfis, iiceretnr.v-tieanurcr of the "on.
"The I.ethbrldKe convention will ko
dowhiln tho runnels of t Ii Ih congress
iih by for tho blKfjcat nnd best convention-
ever held In the history of Its
existence; In ruct. It was the lamest
imrlculturrtl convention ever held on
"Morn than forty thousand admis
sion's were recorded at our exposition,
which)' pronounced by the super
intendent of the United .States federal
exhibit, who attended nnd participated
In tho work of the exposition, to bo
ihit'bost exhibition of nil-soils pro
ilucta'.evor Rotten toRethcr. All were
loud .in their pralin of the nplendld
exhibit shown and Its educational
value will bo fur-reaehlnif.
"Tho Interest which wan universally
manifested by all who attended the.
sessions of the congress was nothing
nhor of phenomenal. I do not believe
thero.wns a person present wlio was
not keenly nllvo to tho Importance nd
benefits derived from tho sessions.
Over three thousand delegates regis
tered' nt congress hcndU:trtcrs, nnd
tho railroads brought In, according tn
their own count. neventeeii thousand
visitors, during the week.
All good reduced nnd priced the
ramd to all. Clurko's Curio Btoro.
Every Man in Town
Can Save Money Here
We want to say to every man in this town
and vicinity that we can save him money.
You needn't take our say-so for this broad
statementcome in and investigate for yourself.
If you'll believe what you see with your own
eyes, then you'll agree with us that
will save you monc, , that they are the equal of the
best suit you ever bought for $20.00 to $25.00. You'll
save $3.00 to $8.00 in cold cash and be as well dressed
as you ever were. .
If youVe been" paying less than $17.00 for
your clothes, it will still be economy to pay a little more
for a STYLEPLUSthe extra -style, comfort and wear
that you'll get will mean an actual saving iq money in
the long run.
Don.'t forget that' STYLEPLUS CLOTHES
are guaranteed by the makers, and don't forget our store,
for, you can't buy them anywhere else in town we are
fortunate in having the exclusive agency.
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If xvn could e you face to face
vfe could prove to you beyond tho
ehndaw 6J a doubt the advantage of
the famous Byrne Practical Book
keeping and Business Training; and
Simplified Shorthand. Wo could
show you clearly how It la that we
can turn out a better stenographer
or bookkeeper, and'do'lt In threo
months lent time than when we used
to teach the system that are now
beltiR uned In other school. This
saving of three monthn' time meant
much to the prospective student; at
u conservative Hillary of $C0 per
month, the three moiilhi' lime would
amount to I mo, three monthn' bonrd,
at $12 per mouth would amount to
ISC, or a totnl Having of $1 SO. to
nay nothing of the fact that tho
student of our school gets thre.i
months' pnullm! experience, while
the .student of the other Rhon la
Jiim finishing lil course ami has tin
We have hundredH of ffritduntc
bidding tho very best position lo be
found In our larger cities. We bine
more eatlH for grndunleH of hum,
lieeplng and shorlhniiil or leegrnphv
than we are able to ulipplv . You
nuij i lib r wiih nft at any time, our
work is ptai tlcally all Individual In -htm.
tl. hi Thorough prcpnratory
work m Kiigllth branched is given
free. Write for catalogue; make
your nrrangrmentx to enter nt once.
ko thnt we may noon hnve the plean
ure of plaelng you In ll good poxltliiti.
Tyler (.'ommcrclnl Collge. Tyler. Tex
DUTCH LOVEES WEDDED
BY ATLANTIC CABLE
WHEN 4,000 MILES APART
flalveMon. Texnn, Nov IS - When
the North Gorman Lloyd steamer
Urn In Bleu Died imo GillvcMoti harlioi
there wiim on the deck, gazing mix
loufdy toward the landing place a
year-old. red-cheeked, bright-eyed
girl, who wiim anxiously waiting lur
the llr.it gllmpoe of her huHbaud,
whom Mi had never seen iih hus
band. Kraii Melene fichwarr. Ten Mrlek
wnH the mime of tho lady, and mi thu
dock waiting ror the landing or the
Khlp won her naturalized American
hiiHband, Harry Ten Urlck. who had
come rrnm Wlchllii KuIIh. Ii Ik home,
lo meet the girl whom he hud inur
rled by cable lust month while Mio
wan In AmMerduni, Holland, her
home, ami he was in the North Texan
town, where he Ih Morekeeper lur the
Wichita I'allH ltoute railroad.
Harry Ih ii native or Holland and
when he left there twenty years ago
llelene vviih Ii Ih NWeetheart. He nev
er rorgot the llnxon-huhcd maiden
during all the time ho wait growing
Into manhood nnd becoming an
Amerleun citizen. Two yenrn ngn hu
laid viHit to-niM i,ii' limine and thti
found Helen hi III true to her girl
love. llelore he left lie had oh-
"The same price the world over
n. - 1 The
dimOn Otern, Ave.
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Uin. hvf rotn!4 to bteome. hla
bri, .aoa early in October the waa
to Have, atartod for America to be
come hla wife.
Parente objected to" htr leavint
home ta a maldco. and the cable waa
brought Into, service, and while ahe
toad before a, notary In Auiaterdam
and anrwered the qucatlona .that
bound her to Harry, he was In a
notary' .office tlgnlnv hla name to
dooutnent which declared he . took
Helena Schwari for hla lawfully
wedded wife. Oct. 17 ahe took pas
ago for dalveaton on the Kohln, and
two dyi ago Harry reached here to
meet her on arrival.
When the two met they klwed
each other on both chceke, emlled
happily Into each other' face, and
ahe being the wife of an American
citizen, the formalltlea of examina
tion were dispensed with and the two
left last night for tho prolty homo In
Wichita Kalla which Harry had pro
pared In anticipation of the culmina
tion of tilet hnpplnexH.
ELECTION WILL MEAN
HAEMONY IN STATE
Cairlzozo, N M. Nov. 18 Aoked
by n correspondent fur nn expre.nslon
iih to the result.s of the election. Gov
ernor Melioiinld. win. had been at IiIh
I. inch home near here recuperating,
made the rollowlug etateilleut hint
"I .nn not HiirprlNcil. 1 have never
worried or Ion! Mcep liecau.se It
ncenied li me the result vvhh Inev
itable A house divided agaitiRt Itselr
cannot Mum! No party could have,
been Hpiu oh the llepubllcnn party
wan without there having been n
fatal cause Hoiucwhere
"The lewult hero In New Mexico Ii
particularly gratifying to me. I
have iiltviiyn been mire Dial New
Mexico wiin for Woodrow WINon.
Harvey II. PcrgUM-on Ih my pet .mini
uh well an political friend. The pen
pie have mmli. no mistake In (dcciliiK
him. He l the right man in the
"I believe the rcsullH ol the elec
tion mean peaee mid hurmonj in
New Mexico. They mean that vve
can all work together lor better gov
ernment nnd the upbuilding or the
new Htate it is now our duty to see
that all men are treated fairly, Itistly
and equally under the law.
The HI I'nno Herald Iiiih the fol
lowing: "We're a little dIMIgured.
I.,., ..til i.. .t t ... I ..I'll, ni a. ii Iiiu i il jr III'! -
o ,e s rr i ."n,d .JU".' ,M."lhn". '"" " frml opening o
cause we Hiiffered defeat at the hatii H ... . ,i. ...i.- ...... ..
ol WIIhoii In no Hlgu we Hull Moohcm
won't win home il.iy," xald rmgres
man rjeorgge Curry ol New Mexico,
who arrived In Kl I'aso yesterday to
leiu'W old aeriualnianccH and rent' up
"'X injury Humaineii ntsiriy two
weekH ago In an automobile accldenl. v' "!' ' , 7i J",u',r'
I am not able to take much ,..cr. I ''.'"I "'""'Ih for tho opening pre
cise now. owing to the In Uriel re- rt.Mt by t'nl.meMloeihla Uut that
eelved. and have to be more or Ichh ,"" "I"'"" wl bo antlclted to a
quiet." Wlld Mr. Curry. "The other . K'oal 'vnt Iiiih beon promised by
imrtle.M who were with mo at tlie canal bulldera In inofficial Htute
Mescalero iigeney (it the time the "''H. nnd now eomes iielenr Inllnfu.
neeidenl took pUice, I hear, tire ' out ' of ,m'lr I'urpoaA lo advance tho
of danger and are getting iiIi.iik nice- '1!''. 'n tho 'ttjiiiuul report ol
ly. Vou H-p, a wheel eolnH.ed, eatn- "'" canul r"iM"lairi,, JJUst publliilied.
linilliiK all of the car's oci upanli lo " w hll the i omieion or
the ground." he explained.
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FIRST .SHIP III
Momimentnl AohievemenE fttl Owing to the peculiar climatic con
t n i.j i ti i 'dltlons on tho lethmus, with troplcul
Jraiiamn, Coating tO JUate at and extromo humidity, nnd the,
Nearlv Fnnr Huntlrcrl Mill-' lterlornUn offect of theao conditions
nearly XOUr HUnurca JUlll-)0ri Ulo lnBU,atl0n of eloctrical nvachln-
ionfl, to Be Completed Nextnr, tha ordinary Insulation proved
SOLVED BY ENGINEERS
Vast Earth Slides Covering
Half Hundred Acres Each
Successfully Handled; 7,000
Lamps to Light Vessels
Br Lird wire to Bvrataa Ittralal
WimhtiiKton, Nov. 17..Somotlmo
next Hummer or full, no exact data be
ing apeelfied, u vivswel will paM from
tho Atlantic to tho I'nelili xeros: what
In now tin iHilnnUtt of I'anama. which
oiiBet)tiently muirt dlMppear from
tlm Morld'n geography and by tho
Mino imm.in agency, tin. western
liem.HphoLe will be divided Into two
enntlnnntw. Tho vessel will not bo tho
Oregon nor any other lutmiu Hhlp,
but will be ouo of the many nmnll
water craU In dally use oy tho canal
liulldeiH; and probably the only paK
Henger will bu Colonel Oeonjo W.
(ioelbalH, and tile muff ol AmiTlcun
engineer, who for tho past eight yearn
nave ueen carrying on the grcatent en
xlnecrlpK w ork tlm wot id Iiiih ever
Hi-en. It will bo later Man that, any
,1110 waterway will take place and u
naval Meet headed by the famouH old
Oregon, will pans through Into tho
weHtvrn oce.an and tho 'Uial may be
fairly mild to be opon lo I mile.
The He fact ar not of olllclal rec-
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tlm ureal lot Iih by Januaiy Int next
(will on! be poMNlble, owln;: lo contract
. delnM, within Nix inontliM thereafter
(he ibaniiel will be finished, while to
limine tin. fJlH piihHaKO ol the locks,
tho iinli.ii lur Iiiih been called upon
to Mulsh tlie kiiIih In iinu II U lit Unit,
mi that ir the rest of the work in In
londilloll putiHaKo ol Hliipn ran be
periultieit, vf)lthoiit w.iltlnu ror ttut
completion o tne oilier llllttllH Thin
Kliileincnt will bo undei stood when it Ih
known tti.it tho cteat lockN are belnu
built In duplicate: eldo by afdc, not
only to add to the eapaelty of the canal
but t" Insure Uh eominuaiico In op
eration In case of n scrloun accident
to a lili In one of the locks.
Tlin lepoit nIiowh a moHt hiitlsfuc
lory Hl.it,, of itnuie. of the whole
crent wiiik, l.i.iuiili in view ol' tho fact
to.'.t it H J u i I M pii inner mth IiihI,
(lie lluill'CH leitaMlllix eveavntlon; pine.
I llIK Ol roucrele, ele.li.iii of dumii and
loekH and huIinIiIi.ii n woikn aro not
III lio eilt IIH thiiie i iiiltalueil In the
K'ltulai moniiil) ii...iLm. Naturally
tho most Intel iMtlMK feiituru of the re
port lelllte;) In Hi,. iiperutlohH III tile
PI ill I Culebia hi line, Kl't'llt land-
hIIiIim, iiiiini iiinluoti with an Alpine
nvalaiieiie in ninKiiiliiile, have Nil In
eie.iNeii tho 11 in. u n "f material to bo
exeavateil, Hint eie il lint found pox
Hlblo to Hleailil'. mmi. e t It tt ei)Ht peri
v.ild ol dredxliiu ,umI Hteitm HhnvelllUK
' throiiKh the Kt"viii: 'xpertnecH of tho
employ. -h, and iuiii'ved enKiueerlmi'
iiiethoilN, the loi.il - owl of excavation
would havo been vastly grcutcr than
I liti eHtlinnteH Iiuiiiik the UiHt year
marly jo.suo.fl'in cuble ynrdH of earth
wern taken out f I bin cut, lenvlntf
nearly lL'.ouu.uno to be displaced be
font the cannl can he opened. Tho
dnmiiKo inusi d by tlie Hlldea may ho
appreciated from tue fact that nearly
ii, (KKI.000 yardH of earth excavuted win
ko composed or nearly 38 per cent oi
tho total exc.watlon.
There Is only one way to deal with
these hIIiIcs, and that Ih tn dig tliumi
out iih they occur, though oino help
Ih Kiilued hy teiruclUK Die upper
bunk. That Ih bccuufi tho HOologlcitl
fonnallon i huiiKin mo frequently and
HUddenly thut no oilier effective treat,
mcnt liiisi been found. Ko unstable Ii
tho earth I hut the material In one. purt
of the cut hesliiH to movo on un ill
cliuutlon aa low as I on 7, owing to
tho muss of stratified rock sliding over
u layer of lignite. One slide now in
motion, near the brtdgn of Culobra, '
covers an area of 3 uci w, from which ,,ectorunl nnd Tissue Uullder In the
S,7J0,00o yards huvo uliVauy noen re- word.
moved, leaving 1.3(JO,00 still lo bo Tlu, f(lllU of 2J yettr. earno(lt BlU(y
bandied, , .'""l reseurch of a prominent ethical
rtM.... ilt.ii 1st n i II fir lllllsa ail Ma nf .
4 IIUIB IIVf' iii'' isw siiuv w
no 'ess tbun SO acres on tho oppoiltd
sldft of tha cunal. The result of theso
earth movements, which are quite ex
ceptional tn engineering practice, has
been to leave the cuiiul (tl Its deepest
portions, with very flut alopes. Tlio
uncourailnir feutures of tne heavy
work at that t"lnl N found In tho
statement In tlin report "that nono of
tho slides Which occurred during th
year would have Interfered with the
passaaft of -ships hd the cknl been In
Already the nnnrnprlatlonsimado by
! congress fpr tli" c"n"'.,Yj r"n ,n!2
l.lg figure tlie "" J iMnJlJ-!w
last, bellig $203,56 1.IOS, mid tutce
(lhut dat there have hspn MdlUonal
jforUftcAU, 'iiraountlni 4 J,JI0.-
000, making the grand total sat,S41,
. un june ju or nu tneae appro
prlatlorw, the rnginetra had expended
a percent of the total estimated cost
of the canal.
Of even greater inteieM from nt
eiialiicorlng point i view, than thu
Viint but commiiiiplnve work of exca
vutlou In CuleliM i ut, wua tho work of
constructing tho great lock at Oa
tun, and illrailore., and Pedro Miguel,
for there many novel problem luivo
been solved, and lock machinery con
structed of special dealffna of a mag-
tiltuHn ivr tiAfAM hats4 nf. Vfir
Inialanrx. .n t.l tl.. vhIvm at tllK
aide of the locks that e teat showed
., ,.v, v ,n vav . ....
that It required a pull of over ten tone)
on tha stem to open one of these
valvea. All this work Is dona elec
trically, nnd hero again the engineers
wnm rnitfrnnlAil with nnrt difficulties.
nocaary to mako a (rrcnt number of
experiments, no 1ms than 10 wvmplu
motors iielnR pitted ftRnlnst ono an
other. It wiui tin nwful tent for dy
namo ami motor bultderx to havo their
muchltun rxiulred to operate, for al
period of ten days In a bulldlnir filled
with Htcam at n temperature of SO do.
itrees centigrade and bavins the motor
cases flllod with water for Jlvo hours
ut 3D degrees. But ilnally tho Ameri
can motor bulldors renponded nnd
Hultablo npparntim Is beltiK lnstatted.
Thus electrical motors tinder tests,
aro now swlnjilnft tho nrent Rates ot
tho cannl. oah wcIkIiIiijc very many
tuna and nn tall nnd broad iih a great
uky scrnpltiK bulldltiK In tho romaxk
nbln tltno of ono mlnuto anil forty
elKht Hoconds. Incidentally It appeart
that to mako thiutu Kutes, tho Iron
workers must drlvo nnd hend C.7E0,
000 rivets. Tlio pivots of these great
locka aro belnir mado of it apeclnt
grndo of hIcc! and bronze, not only for
Htreujtlh, but to ptote.ct them ngalnnt
corrosion, a very necessary precau
tion In view of the fact that they will
iilwnvs l) ii nuhmcrKc.d In nea water
after the ennul Is open. To KUnrd
UKUlnst (talvanlc action, xlnc rings uro
also placed on tho bronze bushlngo.
To HUpply tlie power to operate the;
galea and Hlulco valven In the locks,
and liirnlNii current for the water elec
tric loiomotlvcH which are to tow tho
ateaiushlpH throucli the lock.H, ii
great hydro-clcctrlc glutton. Ih lieliur
erected adjacent to (he HplllWuy In
:atuu dam. There aro threo S,'J50
kilowatt water turbine, and three
S.iiun kllow.ilt geueratotH with htilt
iililu cm Iter.M and other aitxlllaties.
There w ill ho enough available water
from the Ntorago In Uike flatuu to
warrant the IliMtulhvtlou of ii.000 kilo
wuttH, though In the dry Heiisiiu It will
be necutmnry to draw upon the stor
age. Altogether It in lliiured that for
tills electrical work seven per cent of
tho minimum water Hsytem of the
cuiml will be reiiulred, A part of tho
elocliicllv Li to bo luted for HgiitliuC
tho lino of Iho cannl. There will uo
concreto lamp posts 100 feol apart
throughout tho ..taUlj-o Jn'llith .nt.V'l,
lock wall. Altogether 7,'HIO lamps
will bn iiiKtalled at the locks.
OutHldo ol the canal proper, tho
report slums that work ban been go
ing on rapidly In prepurlnfi harbors
for the ahelier of ships at iwch end
of tho waterway. The work of forti
fication htm also been progressing; well.
nearly half u million yurilH of concreto
hvulng been placOd In the mortar pits
and gun oinpla .'meiitM duriuii the
In nt year. Tho Nanltatlon of tlie Inlli
mim also Iiiih linen maiulaiiled at tlm
high level set by Colonel J. (loetlllllH,
tho chief sanitary oltlcer, Iron) the
Coiitraiy lo th common imprcH.'ilon
tho Haultaiy work in inn way of clear
ing I., ml does not extend over I he en
tire zone but Iihh than I. '-'on acrcH of
the i'Th.Mh hitch In the I rati nie kept
elear for nuiillury purpose.H nnd nliii'mt
tne enure .ono Ih In Hh original con
dition a legiirdh btUHh and Juiuile.
ll.l MON'i:V (iOOl) IN MKXK'O,
Kiiii't.is lily, N'OV. I H, ".Mexico In
tlu mily iinititiy on eaiih In wiileh
NpllllollH I'lilll ICMHl'S for ItH fill'))
Value," mi III TbuiiiiiH .1. Ilaiier of Dill
llliHu, nt:iln ut llllllHlKli, Mexico, III tile
Hotel ll.llllllllile laxt llllilll TIM'
Mekieali I ill K ih ol mi I'.lent value iih
Allielleail money i'imh, bill It Ifi H 11 til -lii)tl.
VlllUllllle to tempt the hklll of
the Mexican ountei iieter Mexicans
are adept uiiikiix r bud coin becnuNn
of their Hlllll III lllllglee wmk. Tlie
ordliiary inethnd of eoiniteiileting tho
peso Ih to cast II i iuilely In lirahw and
overlay It with allver. The coin then
pntX'H at Its face value until it fulls
Into tho humid of n government In
Hpei'tor or n nntlnnal hank or tho sil
ver wears off from loiitf usurp."
Mr. Maker Is In tnn United funics
upon IniHineNH connected with Mexi
can mining eniirprlnca,
Don't waste your money buying
Ktrengthentng plasters. Chamber
lain's I.lnlment In cheaper nnd better.
Dumpiii a piece of flunnel with It and
bind It over the ul reeled parts and
It will relievo the pain and soreness.
For sale by all druuulstH. Adv.
C.OIN QiU E R E D
IJy Dr. W. Jf. JlAKKIl'S
I 'TllllAIVTIllAt. Vr.lnliwl.'
Tin. rniesi Tnnin ii.rn..., i.-.
IIIiyMlUlUIla . I
If you huvo friends Buffering or even
threatened with tuberculosis bo euro
tn tell thorn to Nend for free booklet
on "Interesting Facts Concerning- Tu
berculnrilft," nnd "llnw tn IJvo," It
may ho tho means of siivlnv their
We will send you f'aso lleport to fill
out for our regular consulting Physlc-i
Ian to examine and he will forward
y6u his ailKgestlons free,
Write for tesllmoululs of prominent
Menu wonted In every locality. Hpee.
nwPwnt to traveling men.
. Tfl 23at. W. K. OSAKER 0,
Wpiudh-ewaa SuUdln .
cjisj 'm m QWot
i OLD KENTUCKY"
' RfiftllPS nf Vl'virl Otlfl fttViri tvl
t ' W.....vi.i
JJrnilintlC Value in OffenilCf
-J. mi.. mi t
lib juiks xncniov xomorrow
That vlfformiH, ioturuHtio Mini
thrlllinK ilrunia. "in (HilKi'iinuMn .
Iiiih tmvur hniiHiitil itM ili'iiu'liii iinu
Sri 1ltMllllA lll.m f II. ..I II ll.... 1.... II I
before the public for so many year' ,
Whenever tho bills no up for iiiu,
piny, theater-goers ouug nnd old
look with pleasant iiieinorleH on ilc (
turcs of the merry liillo ii Unnln
nles, tho exciting tnco wlieto "Queen
nesa" wins tho Aahlund t)uks; the
Colonel up a tree, trying- to soo tho
race, nlthoiigh ho has promised Aiim
I.utho that ho will never enter an
other race track; thero Is bravo
Mndgo llrlerly swlnglnir across tho,
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iiiuiiiiiniii viuiniii in piivo nor iwciie
heart from Impending; death, us he
Uch iincoiiHclotiH by it sputtering; dyna
mite bomb; reallHtlc pictures of the
thrilling race scene, the paddock with
Madge dreiwed as a Jockey rushlnff n
In tltno to tnko hor mount; tho barn
yard scono with tho little darkeys at
pluy theso ami many other scenes
jf vivid ninl spirited drnmatlo "Vftluo
are colled to mind by tho billboards.
lMuys nro roro indeed that soauro such
a vvjguo as "In Old Kentucky," and
lucky Is tho theatrical managor who
can ilnd them. Tho play Is announcod
fr presentation hero nt tho Elks'
theater tomorrow evening tho Aral
nppearnnce In Albuquerque of this
piny. Mist oiivo Hklnnor will pluy
Madgo llrlerly, tlm leudlntr role. Miss
Hklnncr In a clmrmlne; and talented
young; nctriHH. Joseph alaytor. ono
of tho best character nctora In Amer
ica, Is cast for Col. Hnndusky I3oo
llttle. Last sriiHon Mr. Hlaytor wua
tho atar of the nuccessfut vaudeville
sketch, "The Card Party." Mr. tlcorgo
M. Do Verc. ouo of tho best Inter
preters of negro charactorlzatloii on
tho Htage, will piny tho faithful old
family servant, "t'ncle Nob." t)ibers
In the bill ure Andrew lingers, I'nul
Hell, Walter Fredericks, Alice Undres
and flerlitide (lialiam. A novel scorn
of iimtiHlug mile ilnrkeyH, nlwayn an
Imporliint imior In "in Old Ken
tucky'H" preseutailou, will be a notn- 1
hie featuto or the otTerlllK. A lllio
Hcenlc piodttcllou Iiiih been provided
nnd everything will measure up to
the high Htamliird of excellence thnt
has always prevailed with this do
lljjhtful drama of the blue-grass coun
try. RESTORE GRAY H
By Common Garden Sage a
Simple Remedy for Dandruff,
Falling, Faded, lOmy Hair.
The old Idea of uninpr sage for
darkenlnit the hair In again coming
In vogue. uur uraiiilinoilieiH hail
daik, gloimy hair at 7fi, while our
mothers nro grny before they aro 00.
mi HiamlmoiheiH kepi their hair
lole ami glosHy with a "H.ige Tim,''
whli Ii also rcNloreil the mitiilal i olor
" hjectlon to iihIii); hihIi a pre
IMlirtlnn was the trouble or mulilmt
H. Tills objection 1 1 It ft been overcome
l the Wyelli Chemical eompiinv ol
New Vork, who Iiiih olineil on the
market a Huperlor preparation ol
Huge, combluiid with Hiilphur and
other viiluiible remedlen lor daiiili urr,
iienmg Hiaip, 1 1 tt I thin, weak, tailing
Tin- beauly or Ih" half ilepemlii
moie mi itM rich, even Nlnuilng ihau '
niiyililiiK else. Don't have iln.
hurnh. failed hair, witen u Hlmpb
hiuiillcx'i leineily will bring liack the'
i olor In a lew days; ami don't lie tor
no uleil with ilnmli'iiir, liiiiiug n..ilp
nnd lo.me, lalliug hair. Wvetlr
Hagi- and Hulphur Hair lleineily will
MUliikly eorieel theNii troubleH and
him- color, Hlrenglh nnd beauty to
Oct n no-cent bottle from your i
dniggiHt toiiav. ami prove iiiin to'
your own witlniaetion. All ilrugnlHiH
sell II, under guarantee n.at the
money will he relumle.l ir 1 1... r,,. I
edy Is not exuetly on represented
MAXWELL COULD HAVE
WON FAIR PHIZES flAYfl
Maxwell, N. M Nov. 18. Prrif;
Tlusley. agriculturalist for the Han In.
Fo jnllrouil, whs hero recently get
ling In touch whli rarmera In this
neighborhood and Inking a look at
rnps. After looking over iho prlrc
winning exhibits recently returned
Mont the Katun fair, he expressed hlv
regret tlm I Maxwell wan nut repre
sented al the siuto fair ut Albiuiuiir
iiie. "I feol quitu sure, n said, "that
tlm .Maxwell dlNlrlct would huvo car
ried of sumo nf the bent prlxes. I
hope to sen u largo display front here,
No ono In this district received n
premium list or any other Information
rotfnrdlng tho Albuotivrniio fair. n It
in not surprising that no exlilbi', was
""nt from here, And there Is nn doubt
About winning tlm prises. Ninety1
Pr oant oftho prises awarded at tha
Itaton fair wero won by farmers In
the Maxwell district.
Jf 00B LAW IWSgTOIOl
lioswoll, N. at., Kbv. U.-A aroV-
flfntnent pure oo4 expert tiuwon"
TO NATURAL COLOR
ly dropped Into Itoawell yeiKerday
and began an. Inspection tot grocertf
slortj offthe dty wblob1 Revealed, li
Is charged, that nearly Aty had ort
hand goods Bold lb. violation 'of the)
pure food and drug act,
H Is said that thirteen barrels b!
white acid vinegar were condemned,
in on store alone, and that nearly
alt the other stores carried vinegar
of the same description. The name
of the Inspector waa not olven out
limt night and It la likely that hla
mission In He-swell was not known
I ' n""-
VVlinll.-- uv tuj -l 11.4
i ,,- nut ma muuro u i iiiu
inspector havo beon completed Is not
(Known but moat of tho atoroe of tho
city propop nnd In outlylnK districts)
linvo been Inspected.
NOV. 19, 1912
' 11 ,v '"'ltwll's Production r Uio
M"l ropnlar Amorttxin Hay "" ;
liver Written, '
A Tllltll.MN'a KcatmEfioirB avt
iuim Tto troortv op kjon
i coky Mini.
Tlio Splrlel ninl
Tlio Fnmous, 1
INiii of tho liilm
nles. Tho StrouiKNit
nnd MOfit Kiikui
hIvo Cam tliu
l'lay lias Kvrer
Written by C. T. DA7.KY.
PICKANINNY BRASS BAND
riuroRs 7!w, i.oo, st.no,
BEATS AT MATON'H.
Wo carry tho host makes.
Our stock Is tlio largest. Oar
prices aro lowest. We havo
sold ninl sntlsflrd over ono
Uioiiwind well known citizens ut
Tlicno nro arguments Omt wo
believe will nppeaj to nnd con
vlnco mery prospoctlro piano
A Am, A . I
to see and hear our
pianos before buy
206 W. Gold Ave.
Albuquerque, N. M.
One Bottle $2,5ty
CUIIE8 IN 5 1AYB.
This medicine tnhda from 78
different roots and grasses, col
laoted and bollad. iMeihodt
Meat medicine and apply where,
your rheumatism Is. Writ
oon. With first order, wo clvo
away on bottle for each town
Tofcio Druggist Co
JP, O, Bos WB.