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THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M MONDAY, JANUARY 28, 1014.
1 SPORTS H
Fnrke Davis, in Treatise Ro
twittly Fvapfirad on Subject,
Goo Iitto Htotory of I;m
wmi I$Wue in Oollogo
lAMMMMMli PJ OHrrWttiliiU)
nw Turk. . M That "mnn
mrr bamball," tbc mom Important
issue in furrnii irrtiosji athletic, is
not a modern sports evil Is attested
ii Ptatt Davis in trestle reeeM
ly prepared an tine subject. He
"Fit ttrtlMMH f prlnc la
roatv aaflMem Um amrtimMHiy of
luwif HWlli: In th eariv
days of Ik diamond, the decade of
th- 'Te. mmin eoiiag mn wr
In grant demand hv th professional
tsiima, for In Ikni period the college
nln. pnlcglarly Harvard. Prince
ton ant Teje, l superior tn th
city nWnta. Kor time there wm
tin objection In the colli-gluns play
B'tamtnVaifailon Tango TuxeJr
I Just like
To get the
ing and fur
i extreme low
prices, go to
log with the professional)! during
the summer vacation, although th
t-itmi-r openly wr paid for their
nice in th- of 17.
hunt icr, two famoit i .liege ptav-rs
mm lk nam' inallti.iioii. iho il r
aruduatlen aerc pint ma with . l-i. .i
i 111 nine. suddenl lift Mi' .
tonal team, re-euier. 'I m.ii. m ,.n i
i) thlf prn.'. Ilfti.l Hi. i . -.p. t.
it in from the rer to the ft-.ru n.
th lntrvHelle f.impuiaii
Thla spectacular ... inrini
nrallv cni red attention np...h
suhect of urnfaaaionHiii.ni a
milt of the agitation w Ml- h r-. J I - t
fix colleges, nanieii Ainlo i
Krown Harvard. Prim eion I'uit
mouth and Yah. ntt in Hi. .1.1 m '
ear.tlt hollar at Uprlngf li 1.1 I
bar 6, 1ST9. fur th purpim. T li
tn a common iii,iiii mi. u .1 11
pneelhlr In fi.rwt i tinm-nnil l. imr
Tklt dellher.iltone cycrtiimlh ir
oueed both Th rnlr nil..pti.i on
that occasion inn a follows:
" 'Any at n't 1 tit who hn i.ei-n In
regular aiteiuiunce for the ai.. of
any mltaga car In nn irpnitmni
ahnll b IIIU In that inr rr th
nln. Any atndnt wtio nfitr h 1 -dnto
akalt ulay for monv nhttl' ni.i
"Tkto vlonr rut alrurk Mrotb
at th 0rivanpa a (hny nlatad In
th atmn4 dav of ltiTS. hut a nrlil
waa on th hnrkxin In whtrli aim
nlirlty in amrt waa to i:vilnn rapid
ly Into romplalty With tit
rad uf III ram th nnranlai'il
amutcur nlhhHIi' rluli nln. lb tm
mar rairt nln. th- tnnnufarii.r)
nln, anil th aniall city atnatur
nln. wme of which war so man
nd that Ilia public Mm-nitaclual.
but arcuratly atylrt litem aa artnl
Hinulur nliwa Ttia orunnlaatlon.
IlkowKw. chtofly aouiiht ih coilg
Kara. Aln ho ubjrtlun waa ralaad
at flrul In th ollHtH playing with
thM UMina proldil ha rlvii
only (tla KiMa.
"It waa wot Iobk. towvr. heforn
rumora wr rlf of tiaililil fpn
noeounta. of hlKlily valuable gtfta. of
lilKh wUrIa ootntnrcll poeltlona
In wliUh 110 nervloo wax rqulrd.
amt even of eret py-rlln. Kot on
ly wro tho UolloKiniHi omhrtillwl In
chnrKofi ntid countor-oharKoa lint
tli jmrtlaans of thco aummer leant
llkewtan Jolnotl the liuo nnd cry Th
illvldetl HlleKtnnoo of twine of th
latter 11 them to furnlnh crllv
to their politico proof of tho pro
folotm!lsm of rival iiolltK'n-
"Curlnualy, it waa footlll that
aufforeil most from tho cnittlnK
alontt, duo to Iho tlnuhlo foot that
tho (onthnll Reason followed Imihi1i.II
and that tho otar of tho diamond 11a
Hftlly wna a Htftr of the icrldlron.
Thus tho fall of 1880 found the old
Amorlaui IntoreollnKlntn Footlwll
namictHtlnn. which linil founded nnd
nurturml Hie InlercolleHlal khihh.
lucked In ft Ullter row over rharK
of prnfaaalnnHllam whlrh Had artarn
In 'summer ImmmImiII,' a row that
ovontMHtly wrxikil the weettatatlou.
Thla waa followed by fMimiar oon
trnveralaft itmnnK the varloim Inati
Ititlona fortnlHK 'dual leoK"' In alb
letlott and the brMMn of Intorent
lKlate relallotut made a treat din
during 1 he early year of th decade
rf th . The bittern of th
rival atuilent IhmIUm extended to th
alumni and tn tit farultl. Thus
the condition iHteatno Intolerable.
'Hp tn thla time collex faeultleit
bad regnrdeil cnnipotlt.lv nthlotlwi
na xclunlvly n matter of atudent
wnmiHtneut. They now peroalved.
lmwrver. that tho Institution Imd
renrheil a atnx of evolution when
It waa b much n mutter of faculty
aupirvlftl(in na any department of In
atriK'llmi or luiKlniw ndinlnlntratlon.
With the ndnptlon of thlt thoory on
tha aubject reform began."
OVER 175.000 ACRES "
THE CARSON P0REST
On January it the imMdileut B"
d a pMHtlHtiiHtlen tilltnlnatlnir ITS,
666 norm front the 5rii nnttonal
(ureal In narthurn Nw Moxloo and
adillntr to II 21. lit ucrea. THu Ituad
quartent of till foraat are at Trw
I'lmlrna. Nw Mwlco. ActliiK Huiiar
viaora It. K. Marali la at praMtit In
Tli landH UmlnBto lie in several
tract, the two largoat lnan the
Mean dt Ida ttaR. MUK f tilt. CHa
hw river and northvraat fmm the
Pledra I.utnbre Hntnt, and an area
of over four twnililp In the victn
Uy oC Karvtlleta and nuthward. I1v
nmll traita of from nne to vrl
eeotlon each IrlfiK alonx lb MHam
uouiMlary btwen Kervltleta and the
Uolnradu Hnn. arr eliminated. n
alao a. amnll ar Uwen th Or la
tolw I d la. 8rwi and RaHcUo del
Rio Orande KranU, at tha aoulHwaat
oorner ot th Tnu dtrisron ' th
foraat. Willi 0 the tangs eliminated
ar In grant part rotting ratnr ttwn
mounlalnouH, vary IHti of tha art
11 ctMwMarod nultnbl ror agrtcul
ture. Muab of It ia gooil graalag
land, liowevor. The unappropruiied
utnda oltniinatad from the MnUonal
foraat wtlt b omwMI to MtUniHt
1'ebruary 16. Mtitll and bveludlnif
March IT. Kit, aftar widen ttm
tbv will b open to entry.
Th taiwta add! He alntiK the wat
alitr -t Ui Jtoartllfl ilrvatan of the
foraat. Tho nrw fw n iu nnr
vtrv rough and lutv bn wltn
drawn for the uurpoe of atratgbin
Ina th battndnrr ami trtwlinK t
to iniliid awvaral at amln of tnr
I'roncr Itxtuoftotiiii of ApnrMilntlnn
A eoinallinwt ulianW be an dltUikly
given for mam nemtit and gwid wrr
lr aa a klek far defective tiodi and
noor frervloe. Meet 00 Ml a regltno
thin This hi why so tmiiiy have writ
ten to tha itMttiifaetNror of Cham
bMlaln' Cnttgh Ramedy telling of ra
tuar1?al)le curat of eouglta attd cold
It Iian effected, and oxtiraaalHif Ui air
HPIirecUtlon of lit xooil qHalTuon of
IIiIh wall knnwn remedy, i'or aaia y
DEVICE FOR SAFETY CONTEST IN FRANCE
AND AVIATOR WHO WILL REPRESENT AMERICA
BaaaiMg 'u i nl I lii liiflinitfj'
l.auiini tl Mtiarrp m.i'lltlv left
AtnurlfH for llatro nllh tbc Mrst ofl
tho ncropliuicfl with nutomnti? Ualanc I
Inc devices which will represent Amcr
lea In tho $100,000 nrlatlon safety
tontwit to lw held In France, hoglufilDK,
In Kcbrunry. The di vlco of Hlnier A
Bperry Una applied tho Ryroecopo to the
tnalnlennnco of tlio itcropinno n Htanii-
Ity. With thodoTlee la a ('urtls flylni;
boar, on which it win uo ocinonwrntoo
Lawretiro 1). H perry, tho Inventor's son,
an nvlator, will net na pilot for tho fly
Ins bnnt In tho sixty mllo test required.
Ho will bo mot In Krnnco by (llenu II.
Curtbw, who la nmklnc nrrangomoiits
for tlio trlabt at an early date.
'Xtio RyroiicoiH) stnblllzor tins been
erently Iniprovcu dnrlnc the Inst yenr.
As seen recently at tho plant or the
HIorry Oyroeeojio Company, In New
York. It Is now n small, compact nnnn
rot tin, welgltlnK JIUlo more than thirty
pound and occupying a 11 area about
Smallest Output of
The gold mining Industry of th
1'nlied gut whm again generally
normal In 1013, according tn II. 1).
MrCnskey, uf the I'nlted Htntes goo
logiool survey, but early flgurco Iiull-
CHte the sniHlloat output oinoa 19B,
when It wtts $JS8,liO,17U. In 1806 the
production luaretUHMl to itH.STS.aoo.
In 1807 It dropped to JM.UB.780. in
19811 It roae to $4.ie,00a, III 100 It
renchsil the lilgh-wnter mark of $,
671.400, In ItlO It fell to S.I.I00.
In tail It rose tn 2SS.IS0.000, and In
1913 It fell agillli to t93.lot.n00. For
1913 the preliminary attmuL'S of the
Iphtlbiical survey ami kurwttt of the
mint Indicate h domeatic gold pro
duction of SK,3n,023. 11 deer of
Jfl. 150,177 from the llnal Mguraa for
'fit decrease la t be nacrlbcd
mainly to decllnaa in the output from
Alaska, Nevada. ttopUt Unkou and
t'tah. In Alaska tha net decrease of
over tl. 500, 000 waa due In pari to
th exceptionally dry summer of 19)11
and tha consequent water anurias
for both placer und teds mining, espe
cially In the Interior, and In part to
further exhaustion of th oonana!
depopslts of tho Fairbanks district.
At rirbank. In the lnnoko-ldltarod
region, ami on Soward J'enlnaula, tha
total falling off was about 2,jii0,i0fl.
and th sluicing saawiii waa leas than
half the normal.
On tha other bond, th output of
the ltuby dint riot Increased over
1500.000. tho draining output of all
Alaaka Increased nhout is.(ise, aiMtj
the production of moat of th Alas
kan oh nip was about nurmul. In
ledo output a decline of tSOO.OOe I
IndlsAted, chiefly from the Jnnau
dlntrlct. but this district coiitaltta til
fomoHN Tread wall mines and propar
atloiM wr being inude on a vast
scale for future production from alin
liar great depoatts of low grade area
near by. Thla district uusy Mtratiiualiy ,
bevonio tlm leadiMR ffM nrodttrln
district in tit Ualtatl Statas and lift
Alaaka in first rafc In total out
In Nevada tn goui output gsciinaw
about 10 tier eanl. ar over $l.lM0t.
owing nnrtly to a decline In the a
rag grao or or tnaumi at ui
UoUiflenl Consulidated mill awl part
ly to a falling oft in th output front
emaller district 1 hi th other hand.
th production of gold from placern
and Tonoimli ores of Nye county In
creased somewhat, and a consider
able output of gold was reported
from Churchill and dork counties.
In stautk Dakota the pfuduotiwH At
gold declined nearly $700,000 froM
lb record yield in 1912, but the yield
w htlll bove the yearly avemav far
the last decade. The great Horn
take Mine and mil were contlnu
ouely operated, but with dcreaaed
output. In Utah the falling off IH
gold yield was vr KT&.ooo and was
due ohiefly to the exhaustion of tha
or bed tee of the Mercur rnin In
MerHSHA the gold yield decreaaed
over $100,000, principally In gold de
rived from copper and siliceous ores.
In Colorado tlie net gold output de
clined only about s 200,000, th leases
being mainly In Hop Miguel. oura,
Boulder. Ollpln. Mineral (freed)
ahd l'srk counties, although these
leneea wore largely offset by hh In
rreaaad o':i,.ut of ovei t nr., 000 at
Cripple creek (Teller muniy). and
Inereaae In La Plata, Han Juan,
Chaff. Wummtt and other counties.
0 old jiredMOtton wae about normal
In Idaho and W'sslilBWtnn in 1911 and
Inereased over $171,000 In rlsona.
nearly $300,000 in California, narl
$100,000 In Kw Mealco, and over
$800,000 In Oregon. The Increased
nredUOUOH In Oragan wne largely due
to batter jytekl from established
falifnrnl retains llrst rank In go hi
ontput In 191$. followed In ordsr by
Osiers du, Alaska, Xavada, deuth Da-
two feet stjunro and less than two feet
high. In this spH.-o 11 10 tho discs, np
porently about fifteen Inches in dlatu
ot or, which, revolt int; nt a high speed,
Krslt In tnalntiiliilng a horlwnlnl josb
lion as tlio offct of iyrrtncop!c force
when tlio aeroplane Is tilted from tli
bight tears in IvM
knlii, and Utah.. Increased output on
any largo soal Is hurdly to be ex
inn-ted from any of these s to tea In
1914, and Indeed the totnl domostlo
gold production of the near future
uiuy- show further docltne. from
present knowledge of our mineral r
u ureas and mine development the
only Ittrgo Increase to be expected In
th nanr future will be obtained from
the mining of large depotiu of low-
grade ore In the Junaati district of
Alaaka, and by th llltla those ar
fully developed and producing at
highest cMiH th may not more
than agfeHK tha dpciin In other dl-
trkts. Th unremitting search by
prospectors fr another UoldiMml or
Cripple rreak Ha no far disclosed no
new ore bodlan of eu,unl Importance,
fin th otbst hand, a considerable
number of new pla er .ind lode dw
imslls of lossar value nre being found
earn year, aft)) the prospector may
yet reap rich rewards, for new terrl
tory still swatjbj ecplontiion. and obi
fields mav yet be profit 11 bly reNHn
lnd In ' enter detail.
Aa In 1 ' 12 aoM dredging continued
generally sctlvo lu 1913, especially In
California .md Alaaka, where Increas
ed dredging enpkelty kae been added
In the Inst twe years, other forms of
placer mining nave been somewhat on
Aecordlns t estimates from the
reeords of tho liurenu of fereixn and
doraeetlr coHinieree th Imports tn
101 coniprkwij gold valued at $.
adl.009, rind the gold exported in
1911 wsa velHOd nt t8l.001.80. The
Kcses of r4ti ever imports was
about $2l,sriet Hgadnet an exceas uf
Import over KjterH of $1 9,113,010
lu 1912. K'S.ICI.110 In 1011. nnt
I14T.S9S In 1910, lH 1900 tho esses
of export over Imports was $38.
T0I.9S5. The Knii tmiinrted in 191S was
weiMly in the farm of or nnd bul
lion, ami the oXIinrts constated chbtfly
or refln.'.i i.uitlan and coin.
8lh"r ProtlHttltm llniliK All ltwiird'.
Th i.riUmlrtary eetttnaies of the
United nut awwlog li4 eervay and
bnru of h mint Indicate u domes
tic sJlver priNluetlnn In 10)18 of 37,
001,111 on., utineea. valuo4 at $40,
361.171. This tva th greatest out
since diiio-athi silver production ve
gan, ac ..rumej te H. O. Xcf'laskey. of
the nif " "nits gMlosal survey. It
waa the it' aleeK vaftie of darowile
silver ..iii jt ttlKW HOI. The final
iltfuren tor HMx (Ot.TOd.SOO fine
ounce ..1 -ilver. Vtlosfi l ;j.19T.
tooi hnr,i tljt antpvt of that year
to b th,. araT6st In fiHHnttty up to
that tini. but the yield rar 1013
gives 11 n Increttan of 8.S31.1U ounees
over thnt ,r 1812. The blghest mar
ket iv of the domestic sliver pro
duced in any one oar whs reached
In 191. hen U vm $37,610,060 for
r$,33n,i)iin ounoaM, the average mar
ket price being; therefore, OS.S cents
a fin mine. In 191t the average
iprlre was ci.t oeiils nn euneo. and In
1911 II was 60.6 fllts.
The n. liable ItYlroaHe In protluetlnn
msv be attributes! slilslly to tlm rec
ord output Jtril tnoreajte of over
1,roo.nfto ..uncee tram the sHver-loaU
ora of the CotMir d'Aletie roglun of
Idaho nnd lnernst0 from the silver
lead and other mine of Colorado
generally, the sJieer-leHd nre, prin
cipally of Tonaimli. In Nevada: the
sine ores of JIHtttt. Mont.; the sill-
rot"na' iM1MSw&. mSJi
and faia ores of Ariaom 8W Tork 0 agenlll for ,ho llilfied
and csltrornia. The Wf dorease
in ailver prvdueUSn In 1913 waa that
of oier i :iini,08 tbe ounees In I'tah.
mainly in th ftelM from th lark
city and oibr IMil ores. The output
of silver tram ui MPlier ores of
Uutte Mont , ntu) of III Istk 'nines
trf MlihUinn. fajl oaT In '91$. but the
decline m Mutte watt offat by great
ly Increased "Ui)fH from sine ors.
With the return of copper prodiK I
Hon to the high figures of 1 1 2 and
Ihticaeed output uf allvr-brliiK
alllieoiie, leud nnd aim urea, th.' all -wr
output of th l'nitd Htntra may
Bit 11 new ri'ionl for lH; uml with
return "f bualneaa proapvrlt) und fair
in ml markets and prkea the value
i.i 1 hi' Htivr yield ahouhl ansa me even
Ih merage nfHclal New York em-iiii-rilal
price for aller tn 1 91 1. waa
Ui . irnta h nne 011m e. Kor Janmr.
l'.ii. 1. 1 he average iuotd market
i.n i- row to Sits t'ntM, only to fall
111 Kciiruury to 816 cents and IH
Miir. li to 57 I ienta. Ill April th
.ti. ( nxMin roe to '0. cents and in
M m in sn.t vent, hut It dropped in
J u in to cetita and in July to AS 7
-.nil in Anguat a roa began at
.' 1. rciichlnti BO. 111 Mptmbrr ami
il" h in (ictobr. In November th
I'll... huh 58 rvttta mid In l)cmbr
.1 i.imi'iI the ymr at nhiuit rent.
Tin- iiwrag offlclal prlr for trw
w..ir waa flo.s cntH. The lattr half
t Ihii aapecbtlly lndlactd a tempo
r.iry decdno in buain prosperity
11 ml dir. tnarkte wr aomwhi l
fnvorable tlmit in 1012. A marked
rn inns off wan nleo noted In 112 It
Hhlpmenta ot Mlvcr 10 the far east,
1 hour t China being laa than half
r the Hhlpmenta for 1112 and inns
to India dcrnalng ovr to par cMl.
The imiMitlH of atlver In 1911 wr
wiiui'it t tlSS.02.7t, aa wrtimatoM
rr.iin the rcrorda f til bureau of
ilomeetli and foreign tftlHinerce. Tho
cxportH during the ee.nn year were
v .liH',1 ,it SAS.S30.H2g. or ItT.HftH.lH
111 i-i.a or the tnlue of the ItuiHirlM.
in ml-' the escceae of exporta ovar
linporta waa valued at Jl6,66S,869.
Tin. Imnoria of idlvor In llt were.
is usual, chiefly In nro and bullion,
.. . .
..ml tle ex (tone wro Rimnm wmw
n refined bullloti and coin.
ItKCOItl) IMHIHt'CTION OV
lOUTI.A.VI CIWIHNT IN IHItt
Cctdoglitil Kury IWlnuitw
ShoWM Vcitrly Ton Million Ibir-
According t relurna received by
the I'nlteil Mates geological survey
up to January 13. 1014. 11 Is estimat
ed by ICrneat K. HureJiani, that tn
quiintlty of Portland emnt manu-
fiirt tired in the United gtalen in tis
was approximately 88,106,00 barrel,
countered with 8t.-U8.096 barrels In
1913. an Increase or about .S7.ue
barrels or II per cent. The eell
mated shlpmenls of Portland cement
during 1918 wore S8.SM.000 barrels.
compared with 86.018. Mfi liarrols In
1913, an Increase or about s.stu.tue
barrels, or l.S por cent. On account
of a largo surplus of production ov r
shipments stocks of commit at the
mills apparently Inereased more
than IS per cent, or from 7.811,330
barrels In 1912 to 11.37S.080 laurel"
at the dnso or 1913. In 1J1 the
rotation botwcoii production and
shipments wore the rovursn or those
for 1911. whnn shipments exceeded
production. It may be necessary to
revte considerably the estimates (
stocks, but It Is believed that thesv
figure for production nnd shipments
are very close to thnso that will be
shown by complete returns from all
Although few definite statement
as to seHlHK prices are at hand It is
evident that tho average value per
barrel was appreciably hlgkr Own
In 1913. Increases of 10 to It cent
a barret are rHrau iroin kvcki
pianU in the central ami eastern
states, but there were Blight de
crease reported from a few- plants
In the Hocby Mountain district.
Two new plants, both in Washing
ton. wre added to the llt of pro
ducers during 1913
ARMY OFFICER, WHO
CAUSED RIOT IS
HONORED BY KAISER
Ilerlln. Jan. !6. The list of deco
rations made public Includes the
Ited Tingle of lite third cbtes with
hnet. to Colonel von lleutor, who re
cently was acquitted by eourtttwtrttal,
or charge mado niaiinet mm in con
nection with the troubles between
tho military and township people at
Whan tho last army lUt waa pub
lished on November C. 1913, Colonel
von Itntiter hold only tn Had Itogle
or the fourth class.
Among ulhorn decorated was Hoar
Admiral von llelteur-l'aMhwItx, who
oommanded the Herman muatlron
i.tei. vlaitetl the UpHeU States h
1913. He reeelved tho Ited la(le of
the Beoond class with oak wreulh
Arthur von Clwlnner, dlreetor-Hn-eral
of the Detitseh Istnlr, nltN re
eelvns the Hod Itagle of tlio second
cIhsb. There are more than 1. 000
names on the list.
TAICIl IT IN TIMIfe
Just ns Boorea of AJImnuornuo Peoplo
if you nexleot Kidney baekaehe.
urinary trouuies otten lauow.
Dean's Kidney Pills aro for kidney
baekMhe.Jtnd for other kidney tils.
Albunuiruue eltlxetis eytloree tliem.
Mrs. it. Kourncllo, 401 South Ilroad
way. Albuquerque, N. M says: "1
have recommended Dnan's Kidney
Pills to many of my frlonds and ao
qualntanees and they have learned u(
their value. I.lko myself, they all
think highly of them, tionio yoars
oko I used three boxes of noun's Kid
ney Pills and was cured of pain In
iiv trneW thn. liml trmilitflrl tnn for
many years. I was also relieved of
rhetimaile pains and l have never
iiean bothered to any oxtent stnee. I
held just as high nn opinion nt noon's'
Kidney Pills now as I did whon.r,
puuuciy reooiniiieiiueii inuin euioy
yeors ago. I haven't needed any kid
ney medicine since. 1 am enrtalniy
grateful for the euro Dean's Kidney
Remember tho name Doans and
take no other.
Ahk tho "Kioto Mnn." nimt nslc
jour nol&hlHir. Tlttty'll ImuIi tell you
t(mt CciHIiw Cool -hanl or soft -Is.
tho (Mwt obtnltmblo In AlbtiquerrjKo.
mitt It twin n niore. Ilnhn Coal Co.
BUYS 133,000 ACRES
Immense Traot in Sun Miguel
nnd Mora Counties to Be De
veloped; Fine Ohiongo Prop'
crty in Exchange,
Hants Te. X. M., Jan. 2. Pi. '.
helalrtfr. an Illinois millionaire.
who with his attorney, Walter II.
Rcksrt, of CHteMKu. has left tor horn
after spending sefi nays In San
ta Pe. will become heavily interest
d In New Memlro. a cording tn re
port, having bought 53.00 acres of
lit holdings of J. Ii. Hand and the
T1aoH Hanch company. The pwr
noee of Mr. ishellsbereer's trip to
Santa F was to Investigate th var
ious filings for wster, made by Mr
Hand, and which form an important
part of the transfer These having
Wn found juat as i-epraeentetl. and
the New Mexico Irrigation lawe hav
ing been tliorottphly explained to th
two Illinois men. It Is aaM that ih
deal la closed. It having depended
solely upon tho results of th In-
vMsttnatian Into th vreter on the
Mr. Hand sefta to Xr. iiUelktberger
who Is reputed te lie several Uines a
millionaire. 63.000 seres lu Han Mi
gttel and Mora count!, along I he
Santa le railroad and the Morn and
Hftjiello rivers. Title land is all lr
rtwUrte It hi saw. nr. imnu re
eaned for himself 6,000 ncrcd in the
triangle formed by Ohsvh and Asui
n the HsnU Fe nnd Alamo.
the present home or Mr. Hand, nnd
lb reserved watr right for 4.776
sores, the 11 nee of water, wuter
rights and privilege ot every kind
carried In various Mtan going
It Is said that as s part of the
nnaidrattnH. Mr. Hand gels
splendhl Chtraga property In ex
chang. which pay a handeonv
yearly dividend. He It however
not left Nea- Mexico nor closeil nut
his holdings her entirely, still tielng
the owner of about 16.000 acres In
the state, some lit. 000 head of sheet
and various other livestock Interests.
Mow lu llrcnk Up n Had Cold.
Oeo. P. pflung. of Hamburg. N. Y.
says: "Chamberlain's Cough Itcmedy
will hronk up a cold tho quickest o
nnythlnir 1 hovo etr sI." This
remedy contains no opium or other
narcotic It Is most ntfeetiial nnd Is
pleasant and safe to lake. Try It
Kor sale by nil druggint.
LAS VEGAS TO HAVE
NO TROLLEY POLES
Ijh Vsgee. N M , .ten. 26 Trol
ley poles soon tna vanleh rr.un the
business section of the clt th Imh
Vges Transit Co. having agreed
to remove them provlileil the prop
erly owners will permit ..r th.. wire"
being atmiicnded hy iilin-lioi.-nt to
building on either aide of the tn-ct
The .Ity council pnased n rii.lutl"n
EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 1, 1014.
In Conformity with the order of the Interstate Com
The following table is illustrative of some of the differ
unoes between the new and old rates
I und tho fnl- I JffW Old New Old ' Now Old
I lowing points: llatsn ituloe I Itatos ' Itnteg Itntes I Itittes I
t. Denver . .TO At .00 .Tl 1.30
I Dallas ,3S .Tl .16 1,1 .3 t 166 I
nan rranoisea .40 .80 .77 UI0 Ml i 17;. ,
I Pt. Iiubl .44 .30 ,0S 1 941 1.1 6 1,76
Chicago .41 .30 .71 , l..'. 1.32 3.00
I Mutte .11 .10 .M 1,40 I I.l 3.30 I
Xw York 1 .08 1 .80 4fl I 1.4U 1.S3 8.3u
Food Products Carried at Still Lower Rates
Highest Class of Transportation.
Free Insurance up to $50.00
A Receipt for Eaoh Shipment,
Telephone or write to your nearest express office
giving the "leetric railway rompnnv
pi'i miaslon. If It la found neccaanry 10
do so, to repine the pole on th
etreete. nnd making It 1 1r that th
r. inovnl of the pol.-K in in no e.-n n
nher or thi- right of lh- iotnmn
to na thi' ntreci lor hu h it purpose
First Concert of the Albu
querque Choral Society
General Admission 50c
Tickets on Sale at
A. If. WtMMl I'H-M'lltS
A l'lny tivcry woman should see
Tbo MnunntUnlliMi of
Holicrt V. ChomlrerH' irt
An Interesting Prtiblctu linn
dletl Willi Orent Delicacy.
PRICES 75o, $1.00, $1.50
Ktflis on sitlo nt Mnlson's
IHMdt Store, ividay, Jan. 'J3W,
at S o'tJook.
Ct'KTAIN AT H:no SHAHP