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With a Snap
Our Suits and Overcofita
.never look at all like the
kind the other fellow
wears. Each garment
has the appearance of
having been made just
for the man who wears it.
And the prices are right
Bros. & Co.
218 W. Central
ALBUQUERQUE, K. H.
KJtENlI H05IK HUTTEn
I'HICNH HOMH MUX.
1-TtKKIl HOME oniCKKNfl
And RESIDES Willi tlio
WATERS and TREATMENT,
you (JET W'tSUU tloro.
Booklet, , ft ! '
I FAYWOOD HOT SPRINGS I
SANTA FE TIME TABLE,
Effective July 1, 1912:
No. 1, ChI Kx
No. I, On I Mm
Mo. 7, Mux & Cnl Kx
No. 9, ChI Kaat Mull
No. I, Tour Kx. . . .
No. 4. I.lm. .......
No. t, East Kx. . . .
No, 10, Overland Kx
El Paso Trains
No. SOB, Mex Ex...
No. S17, El Paso ICx
No. 810, K C ft ChI
No. flO, K C A ChI
Hoswell, Clovls nnd
No, 811, Pecos Kx. .
No. Sit, Albui Kx..
10 t,L n
F. J. JOHNSON, Agent.
noWELD.VADOnN AUTO LANK.
(CkrriM U. 6. Mall.)
itav&a Roswell 10:10 .,tn.
Arriraa Vaughn X:tl p, ra
jftViu Vaughn dally.,.. 8i4E a. in,
Arrim. JRosweii K.. 8:00 p. m,
(Auto, waito until 1G;00 a, .si, for
arrival of F, . W. train tfo. 8.)
Faro'ene way, SI. Sound trip, 818.
163 lb baggage carried freo: eseM
battacei. IMS f4 180 Ife. f4g
Up to 1,108 Mw. trrtea.
, ,CneUoM made at VaujfBn with
Ktl JE. xVaVB. W. b3 Santa rA'tiraia.
MftyJU AtkAai al BfAJasAa1 4asBXsljKeal
4WJ9JS"ama PaTa?jajF 1 VtjsnrwnVf XwTBsJUTs
. -rL ,iJ . ...
. Oh Friday, Jja JUd day of Xovw
wr, Ml?, jtjl 10 o'clock n. uiv la
mHJtt ilia City Jul I, on North Rev
VMWmt. 1 Will eoll um'browa
Jb&tfk- miiom nine years o d: will
wXpi atobt Sep pounds, branded on
toffMttftfcpJifMtf. of right hind out'
Whmhh.011 Alnd iwl
I'! SPOR TV I
DO FOR Gill
Albuquerque Battler Declarea
He Will Finish "the Orig
inal Tony," and4 Finish Him
in Workmanlike Manner.
"I'm noi umlerrutlner Caponl hi a
flKhliT, I in not liratKlnK nlxiut m-
own ability, but I nay for th Informn.
Hon iiii'i Knliua'o of mv. f-lcniJjj Hint I
lim K'xni; Id nton f'.iiwlnl t...r,.r.. u...
ellith r.unil' dcclnryil Ulll Kltu.
tftlny. Hi-cnkliiff or tli'n pi olm bio h
null uf t tie I'i Itiifl-cuponl liutilu. it inch
U to ii Hi.iRMl In tlx, j.;kH' ii,i,,tiT
next Mornl iy evening.
"I kin. that Cuponl will i.utwMKh
mn inn! Unit b- In an uvtful iibtor,'"
continual I'dtiiM. "Willi nil Hint I
um KOln to win. I mn hunt im nnlln.
AtbuiiucMiuo ih my honu- town nnd
tbo pcoiili luff know I Inn I will nht
t)ni IlKbt of my f(. iiKiiliiNt Cuponl. If
J win it mwuiH tnai um ukhIii on
my tvuy io rtn'OKnltlon na u boxnr,
which U my uniblilon."
Cuponl rincltitl IraiiHportutlon lo
Albiinucrtiun toiluy, ami will liavc no
an to iirrlvn lu-r' un noon hh ihihrIIiIc.
1Ii will put on a fw public work outa
nflur Ilia nrrlvnl Juat to allow Hie lorn I
tana what 1u tun do. iiiiuh
boon working out lucli diiy for llin o
Tlio PiittiiH-f'iuionl bnttlu l tho blR.
KfHt mill moat Important card !Vrr ar
ran Kill by tlio New .Mexico Atblrlli
' lub. Dt-aplto tlui hlKh ( InnM uttraiMliiu
Mlrijctor Lovy today announced (tun
(ho price will remain un hcfurn.
Enthusiastic Meeting of Uni
versity of New Mexico Asso
ciation Today; Board of
W. ,l HlKKlnn wfla eli eti il preMib lit
of tin- 1'iilvtirally of Ni-w .Mexb u th
letlr .iNKni'iatlou at a largely it 1 1 ndi-d
and MitiiiiKliiNtli' meeting of tin- hikhii
Izailun ilurliiK uRMnmlily limn ,ii Um
'vuraity thin momliiK. MIuh IIiIi-ii
JaiiHd vtaii cleetud vice iiri'Mhleiit and
I.. 11. I. ii key, Muc(ctary. The I ... n t
of mitriil of the uMoclutloti u.ix il.it
cil aa f"H..VB: Prof. M Auk. II. A.
(. Weem., MImh K. A. llleke I'i.hI
ilent IUkkIiis und Hecretnr.t l,i'iey
urn ex olllelu mumbiim of the im.iril.
'I'll i. eleetliin of tlin miiuiiKiiH ?.f I tin
varliuiH iliiiivtiut'iiln of atliliti'H will
no taken tii nt u mcttliiit to be held
In tttu week,
DAY'S NEWS OF SPORT
HOT OFF THE WIRE.
Chlciign Woid hua been received
here of a mute on the pint of auvotul
Western league rliilis lo break away
from the present cln.-tiK and expanJ.
The Invasion of Chlcugo and thu
eatahllahment or rival clubs In sev
eral American uasncl.itlon oltlea uro
Included in the plvn to form u now
Ita promotera In th Western league
.jtpeel to bo Joined by disgruntled
American association owners, hut Id
ciun (hla doea not occur the plana un
to locate rival rluba In such (owiin hh
arc necessary (o make a compact und
Dululh. Minn Wuller Miller of
Nt. Paul defeated Walter Sutor of
Cleveland, weliui weight wrealllng
champlun. in two straight falls hero
laal nlKlK. one hour, six minutes and
thirty seconds wus required for (hu
flmt fall, while the Nucuud waa madu
lu twenty-threu mlnutua.
Lna Angelea, Johnny Uundeo, (he
New York feuthorwolght, cumpletaly
oulclaaaed Frankla Conley of "iCo
nosha, Wla., (act night at tho Vernon
arena, Aficr ualnj tho Wlaconaln lad
aa a hutniin punching bag for eighteen
rounds, Dundeo ahot In a terrific left
to tho Jaw ut (he beginning of thu
nineteenth round that put Con I ay vlr
tually out. Ilefreo ICyton atopped
the bout and gave Dundee the dec!-
Uuudoo'a work waa exceptionally
rasi nna cieyar ana )pweu inai ne
waa to be rrHonMl with in the arram
ble for Johnny KUbdnc'a title.
Cleveland, O.-lmmy Duffoy f
U(i rf a to received tho dcfolalon on nolnta
i over ilarry Tllonioa. (he Engll.h light
v weight, at lrt 1oJt;oT tholr twelve
roun.o pgT)t fftre jai nigni.
New TnrU.--Att 'hut one nf the
twflhty-elglit achedtited games ImvW
bien, played In tho professional ll.H
bulk lino world'n chainplonahlp Ml
Hani I'lurnamcnt, und the final match
htlwr-un llupl'v. u- champion, and
MormiiRNtar will be decided tonight
New York. Tho 1'nllcd Htate
Hfon-i n brilliant victory In th In
lemauuiial JumpInK contcrt for olllccra
of all nations tho horao ahow yea
lirdaj, laklin flrft hiu) wcond hon
ora in u field of twuntythrcc. con
talnlnif ri'prcacnlatlvwt of KnKlalid,
''aniiil.l, Holland mid llclxtum.
l.ieut. C. U. Hcott, Thlrti.cnth I nll
fd Hlutei! cavalry, rldlns I.leut. Her
kilct T. Jli'rcliant'a Nrator, wan il"
clanil thii winner of tho bluo rlbiinn
Cajt Ouy V. Henry, Thirteenth cu
nll. IiiiIhIiciI ai-ioiid on llanun.
Fine Fishing in Mountains As
sured for Next Summer as
Result of Activities of Dep
uty Game and Fish Warden
Kama IV N. M.. Nov. 20. Them
will lie tine IkIiIiik next nuinmcr on
the I'eriiM. liefiuty (lame anil Kluh
Warilui I'lik'c li. Otero Imin Keen to It.
Neter In (ore lu the hlHtory of the
Kami- uurilen'M ulllce. pcrhapH, him no
iniirli rare mill Hullrltiide been hIiowii
null-fry. Hlme Nov. U. 2.13,000 troujL
wire placed at tho head of the I'eeim.
Mr. (Hero look Up 20,000 of thcue
fr. plaeliiK xlx eaiiH at HarrlNiiii'H,
ki veil i-aiiH at I'miehuella, three eaim
at WliiKor anil thirty ciiiik at Holy
llhit. They were m ilueei that
Diet mi be taken rare of tlila win
irr nifil then turned out Into the
in. un M renin next fprliiR. Thin la
i ..iikIiIi red a heller nay than dump
Iiik Mii'in (tito the main htream now,
liliiK them at the mercy of the
lari," r trout, for now they urn pro
te. i,.i Mr. (item' knowleilKi! of tho
In n ineihnilN or haiiillliiK the fry In
MlmkliiK utreamn, Kulneil by yearn of
expelleiiee lu the Kame wunlenN of
flee, eualileil him to carry out hla
work mimt NiieceKKfiilly. He and hla
c i ii l hi ii 1 1 ti h. however, underwent
many harilxbltm, HtayltiK iii all nljtht
in the very cold weather, iiunilllnK
Hlimh lee fur hour after hour.
Thin wiim the enlileMt weather III
willed triuit fry have been pluuteil, It
Im culil. lilHeiiKMliiK the trip. Mr. Olc
"I ahouhl not care to make It
axalii In mhIi -ita weather for a
lare Minn of money. The expedition
wiih moNt HiieeecHful. I wua nbly ua
Hinted by IMtvurd Mr len. the deputy
Kunic warden on the I'ecoH, John
lliirilnnn. I.lewellyn Moyd and Minn
Ituth WliiHor They went through
the urileaf with the nntliualahiii und
eheerfulni'NH of true HiiortMinen, nnd
lliiieh credit will he ,:-i, them If
there are plenty of nli to nn.lilu tho
aiiKlcra halt next aummer."
USED SAGE TEA
To Darken the Hair and Re
store Gray and Faded Hair
to Its Natural Color.
II la easier (o preserve (ho color of
(ho hair (ban (o restore It, although It
Is pusalblii to do both. Our Rrutul
inntheiH uiuluratnod thu secret. Thoy
mudit a "sugu ten," nnd tiielr dark,
glnssy hair long after middle, life waa
duo to this fact. Our mnthcra havu
gray hulra before they uro fitly, hut
(hey are beginning (o nppreclato the
wlmlotn of our grandmothcra In using
"aagn tea" for tholr hair and are fast
Thu present generation hua tho ad
vantngn of (he paal In that It ran get a
ready In . usn preparation called
Wyetjia Huge and Sulphur Hair Item
cdy. Aa a sculp tonic and color ro
atorer thin preparation la tustly su
peilor lo the ordinary "nago tea"
iiiuile by our grnudmnthers.
The growth und beauty of the hair
depends- mi a healthy condition of tho
sculp. Wyelh'a Hugo and Hulphur
Hair Itemedy oulckly kills tha dan-
druir gerniH which rob tho hair of lt
lira, color und lustre, makca tho sculp
cliu.i und healthy, give the hnlr
Htrength, color and beauty, and makes
(let a so cent bottle from your drug
gist today. He will give your money
back If you are not satlanod after u
TEU1S0H WORKING FOR
BIG ATTENDANCE AT
The Hanta Fe New Mexican sayat
Taut Tetitavh. Illustrious notentaia
of tho Ancient Arabic Order of Uifl
uysiic Murine, in in Sunta Fo thla
weex iiinKing arter the Interest Of
"Hhrlnedom," Mr. Toulach la work-
Ing hard lo havu n large attendance
at the ceremonial (o be held l A1SU
iiueroite during (he early Dart of next
May Just previous to the- meeting; f
thu Imperial coucll, which f)U. be held
In Dallas, Texas, bsginalng Uay 13.
Mr. TcutsOi Mid today) "We expect to
ma ku the rnedlnj in tta)Laya a mem
orable one. Dallas hsa .shown marked
ability In the .vast !a-har.4llng a great
convention. intha tlty la blessed,
with aMP-.rb 4iofel aellltlea, DallAa
aitrprlaed the HptTp syorid In ISftSt
It will astonish the Bhrlners In 19U,"
Good Roads to
at San Diego Exposition
Department of Highway Im
provement to Have One 'of
Finest Exhibits on Grounds;
Hew 'Mexico Building to Bq
0yrtl Crrp9rdeBCc ! ha nctaMJ
Wu-hlnKlon, Nov. 1?. If (here la
one aubject which the entire country,
and Wntihlnftton lu mrtlcular, ia In
terested In more than another ut the
prcaent lime, It la guod roada. Con-.
Brcaa ahow'od ut the last aeaalon tluit
It la keenly alive tu the Importance
of thin aubject. Tho uutnfior of blila
Introduced calllna for nutlonal high
waya wan aurprlalUK. Many cort
sreaampn arc atauncli ndvocat of
the Idtu of building ureal ayalcma of
national roada, and (he moat powerful
man In tougrta, .in-uktr Champ
lark (whu mlaacd uecomlng preal
iiei.t b) u vury nar'-jw margin), la
one of them.
There la no further neud, it would
w-eru, of preaching the advuntugea
-ten the tifcc-iuity- i,f xood lnturt.lut
biKhniia. A nyatcin of good roada
wan ouo of tho th-iiRM which made
itoiiie Kreut and hhIi.iI In continuing
ita Rreatneaa. Kven In what waa then
a n mote province, ami now la Great
lirltaln. one may walk on roada tho
Itoniam built, troudniK on tho very
Htoiieit laid by the 1'Klonarlee of tho
Caeaara ' In thia country wc nru but
lii-Rliiiiiiii; to prollt ii the example ut
such ancient nullum, ,i Itome, but our
depaitment of iiKre iilluni hua been
prctiurltiK for yeura. through Ita good
roada bureau, for Hie mmpulgn that
now ban the country In ita graap.
Many iiiIIIIoiim of ilnllarn ure being
appropriate! by the Hinted, from New
York to California mid Oregon, for
exteiiMlve ayatema ! hlghwaya, and
It will not be many iura before una
will bo utile to tratfi from the Atlan
tic to the I'.i'iiic ,,v,.r perfect roada
li tilcye'e, motor or horao-drawn ve
The clt of Hun Iiieioi, Cul., la very
much Inter. Hied in tnia iiivtlon. Only
two or three weeka .in a motor cur
ran- waa hebl between Hint city nnd
I'hoeiiix, Aria., to demonstrate tho
auierirlt of that route for (he weal-
cm (livthiiin of a iiailonal highway.
Mn j m Wad hum of San 'Diego waa no
enthusiuMle oter the mutter that hu
arraiiRed for an "outlaw" racn with
Mr. Terry .1. IIiuiIiimikIi, and won It.
II H Mn lit that the superiority of (he
San Micro route wan fully demon
strated. And now It la Planned lo
hate a good roada department at the
San niego cxpoaltlou In 101C, The
government experts uro counted on
(o make un exhibit and every motorist
and other roada enlhualaat In the en
tile country will take a very keen In
terest lu the exhibit, which should
be tho most complete ever made uny
where. - Aflcfcflf .WrfriYh Omn-lica. "
Many Americana are not uware
Modern Silo Added to
Report on First Year's Work
Shows Boys' and Girls' In
dustrial Clubs Now Enroll
Nearly Thousand Members;
Cheese Making to Be Tested.
Hprrlal 1'nrrrapnnileare the Herald
Stale i-nllege, . Jt., Nov. 21 A
now silo has been udded (o (he equip,
munt or the Miumul husbandry de
tainment .mil is now In use. It cost
completed till-, ,,nd hua been par
tially tilled with corn and sorghum,
which will he i.-d to (ho college live
stock In about sixty duys. Tho Mrs!
year un- of tu silo will bo u aort of
gencim experiment and next year It
will hu completely filled with curtain
kinds of atandaid feed and dctlnlto
experiments and tests will bu mudo to
ascertain thu table of sllugo fed under
New Mexico lundltlons to different
llvoHtock. The mo keeps the feed lu
(no same general way that cuuued
vegetables arc keid.
m:kltV a thouhand
That the bnja and girls of New
Mexico nre iilit.. to their 'opportunl
Ilea Is Bhown by the report on the
mt year's work of tho Hoys' und
alrls' Industrial clubs, now being Is
sued as a number or the Collego Rec
ord. Prof, w T. Conway, superin
tendent of extension at tho atate col
lege, reports that nearly a thousand
boys and girls were enrolled In the
clubs m thu different parts of thu
state. This Issue at iheHflc'ord I de
voted exclusively "to th.6 industrial
clubs und contains a copy' of ho con
stitution, report from each club, An
nouncement of prise winners., etc. At
the lato meeting of the state educa
tional association an InvltaUon waa
extended, to the collego extension de
partment and Industrial clubs to have
their annual contest at tho meeting
of tho aasoolaUun. Thin limitation haai
been accepted, and UbjoMeera of tbo'
siAio assocuiiion naya pledged tnair
hearty support or Out, contest.
The, mUiI huoUanAJs-WrUriijat,
la about lo Install a chtesentaklag ap
paratus for claaa 'work and experi
mental purposes to deternilne the,
value of n amah chetso maktag plant
to the average New Hex led farmer cr
rancner wno owns cows Si is inougoc
that tho results of those experiment
will cause an Increased Interest In the.
possibilities or the afiall domestlo
cheese ractory on Nafr Mexico farm
and ranches. wisfiiA sow has
nearly two thousand -fehe factor
Im. and taa InduatrylKNa jtUtd,
ow n larw pnftMf.lt to tho
expcrlenenu and .teMvad At tha-'
that they have In their own' country
onto old churches which ar an fee
tereatlng on account of the quaftit
beauty of their architecture aa tor
their antiquity. The word antiquity
In, to bo sure, more or less relative,
hut It does not mean, In this connec
tion, something dating back merely
a century, Tho United Mates has
churches, and cathcdrala too for that
matter, which were built In the. clgh4
teenth, the aeventcenth, und even In
tha sixteenth centuries, -nnd edit
earlier. Not to mention the very old
eat, (here la tho beautiful church In
the mission style ut Pecos Pueblo,
Now Mexico, erected by tfie Spanish
padres In 1829: oldest of alt the mis
sions, it la aald, In thla country. This
churchbns been chosen by the state
of NeW Mexico ns (he model for U
exhibition building to be erected at
tho Pan Diego exposition, which la to
be held in honor of (he completion
of the Panama canal nnd which will
continue throughout (he yean- If 15,
Thu body of (ho building will be v soil
ua an assembly room In which will
be shown moving plcdirea lllu7(ratlng
(ho resources of (ho atute of Now
Mexico, In many respects the most
remarkablu and Intcresllng atulo'ln
the union. There will nlao be an J
archaeological display to give an Idea
of the treasures awaiting the sclen-
Hals who will llmroughly explore
Now Mexico and wrest from them tho
secrets of the wonderful people who
lived (hero when Human nrm.os were
penetrating (he wilds of northern
There 1m no Held of rcseurch today
which octra greater fascination for
(he layman ua well ua (he scientist
thun urchucology. The forthcoming
comprehensive display in this line at
the great San Dlcgo exposition has
given a sIIiiiuIiih to urchueologlcul ru
search. Not merely 'In the United
.States, but all over (hu world, sclen
title men are busy deltlng lulu (hu
secrets of the past. - wresting from
long burled and forgotten cities und
monuments thu svcrutH of tho now
unknown peoples who built (hem. It
Is even believed that science has prac
tically solved the secret of (ho lost
Atlantis, the great Island that waa
tho home of (hu wonderful clvllixudon
of (he past und which u cataclysm of
nuturo sunk In tho Aliunde ocean
perhaps fifteen thuuannd years ugo.
Thu Kgypdnnn and other ancient na
tions had clearly defined trndltlonn
of Adiinlls, and ivgypt was. Indeed,
perhaps the earliest and greatest of
the colonies of Atlantis, that In Cen
tral America being next In point of
ago and Impor'uncc. Tho wonderful
temples und l.ionumunta In Guate
mala, recently explored by United
States scientists und ofMcluls of tho
San Diego exposition, uro mining
thu must Interesting yet round
anywhere, and these, with many o(her
strange monuments of vanished :lv
lllxcd races, will form, un Intensely
Interesting display ut the Sun Dlcgo
New Mexico Agricultural College
Wisconsin state cullegu.
(.(.li:s AND CADKTH
HIJ.VDY IX)lt I'lNAH (.ami:
The football championship for Arl
una and New Mexico la to bu du-
lihal at .folios Purk In Ijis Crut-es on
ThaukHglvliig duy, when the Military
Institute and thu Statu college play
(heir final game of thu aeasoii. Tho
Agglca udded another scalp to their
hull last Saturday when they mut the
Culturally of New Mexico at Albu
iiieriUD und defeated them by a score
or 27 to a, but (hu result of (Ills gumo
docs not give them un udviinUgo over
(hu cadets, um the latter also def ruled
thu university by u largo score. More
over, tho Injury to Quarterback Lanu
of tho Aggies In Saturday's game, may
dlaablu him for tlio Thanksgiving
gnmo, which will bu an udvantngo to
(hu ItoHwcllllcH, who also havo a for
midable eleven. Tho roltcgo won (ho
championship of boih states last year
and Intends (o hold It, but uvoryona
admits that It will havu u hard task
on turkey day thla year.
IF WOJU3X ONDY KNEW
What n Heap of llapplncwt It Would
tiring to Albuijueriiuo Homes.
Hard to do housework with an ach
Urlngs you hours of misery at lei
sure or at work.
If women only knew tho cause
that Backache pains often come from
'Twould savo much needless woe,
Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak
Itead what an Albuquerque cltlxen
'Mrs. Frank X Smith, 1021 S. Arno
fit., Albuquerque, N. Mex saya: "I
derived great benefit from Doan's
Kidney Pills and this hu led roe to
reoommond them to more than one of
y -friends. For Ave yeara I wan
troubled ly a dull pain In the small of
my back, always more severe If I stood
ior awhile. I felt tired and X waa ua.
able to geurallef. Finally Doan'a Kid.
ney Pills wero brought to my atten
tion and on taking thorn, I was helped.
1 have unlimited confidence In thia
remedy and shall always bav a good
word for IU"
For sale by all dealars. Price E0
cent. iFoster-Iillburn Co.. Buffalo
New York, sola agsnta for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take n other. Adv, Si
"Has ho the courage of hla-comic-;
i t hiiulit tut. Ifa doesn't care.
hnw much hi nrtxhbura, laugh -ttl'
hi mi ho digs in hiu garden just me
same.'v-Detrolt Free Press.
ot iteir Diir
Hot only pure wool but the finest grade
of it goes into the cloths from which our
ALL- WOOL garments are made. .
This Is why we can show unusual
shades and weaves In our suits and over
coats. 10 0 SUITS AT H5 SPECIAL.
ylnd then the way our clothing Is made
Is different. They are not sawed out and
slung together by carpenters of clothes,
but hand-scissored and hand-made by the
best tailors working under wholesome,
Our prices are no more than our up
grade clothing Is worth.
Analysis Shows Maxwell Sugar
Beets Have High Saccharine Content
Splendid Showing Made in
Northern New Mexico Dis
trict Where Growing of
Profitable Vegetables Is
Assuming Important Pro-
Maxwell, N. M Nov. 18. Yester
day local beel growers received ru
portH from (hu (Jurilcu City Hiigur
fuctury on thu augur contents of (hu
beets shipped from here in October.
Although thu analysis wiih inudu on
first dug beets, which la always low.
It hIiow'h that the uvcruge for the en
tire tract s 18 per cent, und Hnmt!
went as high aa 21 Vi pur cent. Thu
average around Harden City la 16 per
cent. HiiutH dug (hla month uro sure
(o gu higher. Field Superintendent
Nolan aaya he would not bu surprised
(o find some of (hu bee(a go ua high
as 2f per cent.
licet growing In (hla district la
somuthlng new for die furthers, and
tholr luimuillulu hucccsh has been
highly gratifying. Around Kocky
1-ird, where they havo grown beula
for (hu paal llftt-cn ycura, (hu uvciugu
Is thirteen tons tier ucre. Tho aver-
ugo on the Maxwell tract thla year la
eleven tuna, some of thu beds grow
ing on laud that had never been
Plowed before. Thla showing la truly
remarkablu In a new Held. S. It. Out
retson, who raised hcutn In Colorado
und kiiiitva how, dug eighteen tons per
item from part of hla laud. Other
farmers on thu tract can do aa well or
better when they understand the
This year about !I00 ucies of beets
wero grown here for thu Garden City,
Kun., factory, nnd (his small acreage
wilt bring thu growers not teas than
125,000. At eleven tons per acre,
beets aro averaging thu growers
tuft. 50 pur acre. And there arc no
long walls for tho money; no worry
over the market.
Farmers around Hocky Ford, Colo.,
aro gutting rich raising thirteen toua
of heels jior ucro with an average
sugar content of 16 per cent, and they
havu boon growing beets for (hu past
flf(ccn years. Three or four years of
beet growing on Maxwell lands wilt
bring (he avorago hero up (o llflecn
tona or hot (or. It Is not unreasonable
to say (hat wllhlu n few years tha
farmers on tho Maxwell tract will bo
receiving more than $100 per ucro for
tiugar bcots aro tho great ready
money crop. No matter what else
tho farmer grows, a few acres of
sugar beets will bring in tho money
In the fall to meet Immedlato obliga
tions, or tide things over until mnr
keti for other crops aro satisfactory.
Tho beet crop Is a certainty: the
grower knows how much Is coming
from five or ten a'crea and can appor
tion the money accordingly. With
beets the element of doubt Is re
moved. One thousand acres of- beets may
be crown on the tract nest year. It
cwould mean that -1100,000 or moro
would . be put In circulation among
the Maxwell farmers during the fall
of 1913. i.
Ardent feultor 1 Ivy my fortune at
Fair Lady Tour fortunel I didn't
know you had-one. , .
-Ardent Suitor- .Well. It Isn't much
of h fortune, but it will look largo
liMlda those tiny feet. Boston Transcript.
TRATING PLANT AT
Sherwin-Williams People Com
mence Big Enterprise;
Camp Now Shipping 25 Car
loads of Zinc and Lead Ore
Kelly. N. M., Nov. 18. The Owirk
Smelling and Mining company ownud
by thu Sherwlii-Wllllama Paint com
pany, of Cleveland, Ohio, In pulling up
a 20ij.ton concentrating plant lo cost a
quarter of u million dollars, ut tho
Ozark "group of lead-xluu mlnCH ut
Kelly. Thu new superintendent L. P.
Presler, In pluco of Joe Brown, who
recently resigned and who hua been
with tho hiuiiu company for thirty
years. Tho Ozark propurty has been
worked almost continuously for tho
juiat thirty -llvo years. First, It wan
worked aH u allvur mine; aecund ua ci
lend mine, und now la operating as a
xlno mine. It produces both eurbon
iitea and sulphides of sins. Thu com
puny ahlpa tho enrbonato ore, und
concentrate!) Its sulphides.
Tim mining camp of Kelly la now;
ahlpplng about an car loads of zinc
and lead uro each tveuk, most of
which In produced by thrco compan
ies, (ho Trl-Bullluu (ho McDonald
lousing company und , tho Oxark
Mmeldng und Milling company.
Thero has been reccnlly discovered
In tho Nit shaft of tho Trl-Bulllon
mlno 11 largo deposit of copper oro,
A abaft waa sunk GO feet from the bot
tom of which a drift wn run one way
fid feet and two croacuta wcer run 25
feet cacli way In solid copper uro and
yet no walls huvo been encountecrd.
Tho Osuirk company la nlso driving
ii drift to cut tho samo great copper
body on Its ground. On tho atrength
of this nnd other discoveries, It lu
piedlcted by u well known El Puso ox
port, who has visited this camp ro
ccntl yund Is very famlllur- with thd
workings nnd tho geological condi
tions, that In a fow few yoara Kelly
camp win take Us pluco aa one of tho
big copper camps of tho southwest.
In tho Socorro mountains a, mljo
west of the corporate limits of the city
of Socorro, v, H. Byerts, a mining
man. of that city, Is doing a lot pf de
velopment work In tho old crrit
mlno, which Is a silver proposition.
Ho will eoon erect a mill and cyanide
plant to treat the ore. At present he
Is working a large force of men In th0
The old Oermanla sine mines at
.Kelly, owned by C. T. Brown of Socor
ro, aro at present Idle, This prop
erty has been on of the most produc
tive slna and lead mines In New Mex
ico. - i i j
"Are you going to wear aide whis
kers If the fashion Is revived?"
"I don't know," answered Mr.
Cumrox. "l, might Jf. it Jll .mgjVo,
aomo of my wlf' callers act astlm
Id nnd deferential toward me" aa they
do toward :my butler," BaltlnidriS