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THEEVENINQ nERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., MONDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1914.
Tks Evening Herald.
TUB KYKXLU I1EIUL1, ISO.
UKOnns 8. VALLlANf. Manager
It. h MKNINC3 Editor
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On month by mall or carr'er.10
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Editorial flooma 117
TIIK TIMt: TO AOYKItTlsR.
Jusrrrii l. fisknlhath. i.rei-.rHitl-in
c.f the I'liiinKo iliir
iiii'iit .V.i mi fiu t urera" Aaaoi lu
tum, nn m n.inl"nt i..n represent in ft
it n niinunl li.m.lio. of Iwu hundred
rnilUun ilnl.n'a. mule n al'iech to tilts
iiKsii.ltiii.nl In ( lili imo Thuradiiy In
wtiii h In- KuiJ:
"Nn U the time to ndvert!e '
rnnatnntly rind rotialatcnt ly . ,
"The I'niieil Stale In full of
money. While It in true. p shall
have thi Kiii'Kpi'un trade and
I'urt of tho Siniih American
trntlp, do not lotjret thiit r i M tit
here In America wp hiivp thp j
coin, the croi ami Ihp ruatoni
itn, Don't forget that H la your
advert lainj; niiin who ut you
on the m;ii. Keep at your nd
vei limn. Iion'l Hive a hiK
vpliiyh followed by a lot of al
ienee." "i oln, ro. anil c'lstomcr" - This
a;oli Hinan lot' and In to hualne
ni"n Ikih annulled hi thp tlniinci.il
cilii. lion In Hip I'mtvd St.itc Iricfly
and accurately. Th country, he
iliowa, li.is all thp thacnt ml for proa
perity. Thp RdYertialni; man inn
makp tin- limine, inun prnapei on
if t he mt ert i:ni man In permitted
to do hit vvoik properly and veil.
That 1m h Iiik "if." .Mr. Kltsen
t.r.ith tell tlio rittht courw to pur
sue. His advice applies to thp aniull
Kierchnnt (ti!tp in forcefully a It
iltii-n to Dip man with a nMloiiiil nd
VPitlHinit neemmt and n nu'lonul run
torn. "Don't Rive a tiiir riliih followed
hy a lot of lprnp."''
That ainisle a litem e huiiih up Ih
whole inline of the failure of a lot of
preaenl day liualneta men to make
Kood. The opular memory Ih ahort.
Thp 1I aplush of today In wholly for.
gotten huh. mow; whether It lip an
i.ilv TtlNlnK hl'luhli, u HpluahinK iran
fdy, or ntiy othir hlg upattPrltiK of
H iifiitlon ovi-r thp landHi app. Tht
"IiIr tlaMti' followed hy a lot of Hilt-nip
HpHI aUvertlMiiiK (allure, and
nd i-rtlniiiMT fallurp today uprllN Iiipv
itulle liUin''K failure. None f thp
Kr-at uicpim.' In national ndvertis
1 11 tc ever tried the hue Mplnli and
hIIpimp HVHtPiri. Their ayatem, and
the oho which wins In the advertising-
game, l.olh great and amall, i"
thp a'eady, peralntent, tvery-day
pound inn which Rlvea the fiikle
American uli!lc no ihnnoa to forn-t.
Thia Ih the kind of advertlalng whi h
jirodui'ea the rndurlinir reault. The
"liiir mdaMh" la well enousti for the
ppeclal ociMHlon and to aip.lenient
the iiteudy tanipalKn. It la thp long
nilence that la lalal. Far too inuiv
hnninenM men expect, the bin plah
of today to ciury them throuuh to
morrow and next wefk and next
month. Th trick cannot Iw turned
The I'nlted Stnteu. nn the Imr nual
nena man aava, ha the coin, the crop
and the ruatomera. TIip American
luininiHH mat) who roc after liuai
ncK Ktvrn.it I ally, and aclenl if Icall.v
and eurneHly, will net It.
In any communit y. (treat or amall.
the advert laer who uj-pm the "Hi
tiplih" cSHtcni. in hla ad el 1 iaiim.
rnnkea a teinpotury dlaiuriiam- I"
the current of trade, and for a lima
may even do a satisfactory humnes-H.
Hut In the long; run the advertiser
wilh the Mtruily pound, even If It
u ainall pojnd, aeta the hon e ut
out of that cliolx.xt of u!l market",
the jtreut American i .itnhination,
coin, (o.h und i imloiiiein.
11 III 14
lli:l III M TMK
Dn. rticiiAiiD p. sTitoNa h
In a recent laaue ,f the Vale
Kevlew a ery anggeallve, f
not very cheerful, article on the re
lation of the I'anama canal to world
mnitntioii Dr. Stron i one of the
uulhorlllea on .rlenta tieaea. and,
though hla modeat article glvea no
Indliatlon of the fact, he haa been
m at... , ..... . nn.l . u . 1 1 , f I I
fine 01 i i'r in . . r.t iiu i , . , . , , , i j
. Jaoclurion which lor aaweral yeara held
inveatlgater f uch troublea. Mel annUll, fp.,lVa, ,,i,,g much to
hta faced the terrible hubotiic plugu"
In Manila and China and run many
other itrent'rlaKa In th rauae of l
ence, r. Ktroiig call attertlvn to tl
furt, little noticed. lht ine of the
treet Imixirt.int queationa the fun-
atriiction of tn c.mai raiaeg ia aa if
he effect It ue will have on the
aanitiitlon of the vArlmia inuntilex
that will be lima lirmi lit into closer
nmnminicHt Ion with each other.
Pin Inun efloiln to build the ihihiI
failed thr.Minh the tavaaea of innl.irla
anr yellow fever, tiomaa and lioelh.
ala loininercd thee. i'liiiiiina, mice
a pliiaue nii, la now n healthy city,
nil l HaNiiiiH. both owlim tu what we
.have done for them. The health of
th T'hllipplrip lun been KlniiUirly
I'.ut there hua been no Improve
ment in the conditiona of Otiaviut'ill,
the nearent iort In Kcumlor; it la rot
ten with tnalnriit, yellow fever, bu
bonic pliuiKO, etc., and there will be
foiiHiaiit daiiir of reintrodiblloit to
Pit mi m ii. It la noted, too. that Alu
baa not yet n i n yellow fever, l! will
b i iitlrei)i (Mmnibif for Hhlpa tu carry
inoaniitoe. which have the fever
rerma In them, to Axiatic porta, nn
the other hand, Amatlc porta can
more paxily aend to na bubonic
pinnae und cholera.
Dr. Strong pUi'KP! thnt, Inntcad
of iisi ix the Monroe doctrine as a
war matter, wp mo It to aupervlne
the henlth of our nelhborn on thla
continent nnd rb-ir nwnv the reser
voir of disaie that atlll plt there.
Till: l.l or ol'IDIITl'MTV.
V TIIK day before rhrlatmna
In D-troit fifty of the ilty a
wealthy Luaiiienii men, forinet
newHlioyH, put BKlde their renponnl
Iniitlea and their diKnity and sold
newMpapcra for charity. Xothinn
clue. roba)dv, could allow In a muf
utrlklnpt wav the chuncea for ad
vancement (hat thi country offero
hi thoBe who oi.Hem plu. k and abil
ity. Not in Detroit alone, but In
every laiue American city there are
nuiiiliera i f nn (-.-Mfii 1 1 biifinena and
proffFHional men, koine nf them mil
lionaireN, who got their niart in H'r
by nellini: n: apa per f. Horatio Al
rr haa been Indelatiualib' In wiiiltiK
hooka for bova w ilh thia pry theme.
or a Kiniiiar on", ami Inn enorta in
fiction have been outdone by the on
reera of men who are today hlKh up
in the world.
No other country contain no tunny
clf-made men an the I'liiled State"
betnuae no other land haa ao many
opportunities fur self-advancement h
America. The cruiMn between a
newaboy and u millionaire, la not a
w ide one, necesna t ily, and It la often
bridged I" " t"tirprii:ngly ehorl time.
The hoy who makea a aucceaa gelling
newnpapera U apt to have the quaU
tiea that will win when the time
comeW" filf hint to' enter-u' brou.li-r
field. The aturdy youngatera who to
day cry their wurea along our city
atreeta are In many caaea the tnli-
liotinlrca f tomotrow. II they do
not reach the atage of "bloated plu
tocracy." they may at leuat be jle-
tiended upon to "make Rood ' in
every aenae of the word and prove
citizens well worth while.
And It In not only the newaboy
who frequently attains to euae and
competence. Immigrant who coin
to the Tutted Htatea with little or
nothing, by thrift and induatry ac
cumulate i'.t a few yearg enough
money to make them independent.
The average American la by nature
and experience a api-ndthrlft. The
foreigner who haa made economy a
linn wit la ircqucntly more than a
match for him In uccjulrlnif a compe
tence. M I'UUIOK TI1K.
N Till"-: order of 1'rerldenl Klplcy,
of the Atchison, which forbid
the employea of the road to ac-
ept ( hrlaiinaa preaenta fiom equip
ment aiipil houaea, tht New York
World eea H'icter standards '
commercial honeMy now in for'.
uch gilta were brlbea of a kind, and
under a keenei conception of morul
recponaiiiility they have come to be
ao recogniied, la the argument.
Tlieae giita in themaelvea, more
over, m.iy be harmbaa and Innocent,
but they give rlae to aufpKion. Tliel
la nlwHva the hint Ihut mora la ''C
hind them than mere pergonal re
lard thut aomething hag been given
or la expected In return.
NEW MEXICO X
NEWS HOTES J
A hundred und lltty tuna of 1'Vy,
atored in an old livery atanle at Carta
bad, burned laat week. Th inlereat
Ing feature of the lire waa that the
Carlaliad tXirrent Hant, Immediately
adjoining the lUrning hay, eacupaa
Seven caaea of alleged murder will
(i "before the Colfag ounty grand
Jury which vonvenea at Ituton January
4lh. The criminal docket ia the Urg
ed in reel nt year.
Muxwrll'e famoua pumpkin pie hll.
elected oy the furtnera. haa been aolU
to pay debia of the I'umpkln 1'ie aa-
j,U( Maxwell fin the map
The average dally population of th
atate iprlaon at Santa Krf dunit the
year ena A November I waa 1(2. The
actual coat of maintenance, taking In
all uverhead expenae, waa bO.l cold.
! The light fd'Aiit at Axtec. Kan Juan
rm,y f,u, , f rut iiiti
tuj)X t,y u, freeunc tit aa vpeB
aupply dluh wlili It tat rlad w.lter le
county at lit
la aellinj In fun Juan
Augualln llula and I'duaido t'rux,
Hid Mexico Mexican, were arreated
In Tucuin -arl laat week after rlibln
a Tiuumcurl citizen of l.'il by a hold
up committed on a main Mrcet at
3:3a In the at fi moon.
Dev. n. H. llnriK-r, for three yean
In charge of the mlaaion work of the
l'rujeaiant churchea among the Mea
talero Indluna. haa been trunwfei rvU
from AUmogordo tu Oklahoma. An
Okl.'ihuinu man will aucceed him.
I'ulilo N'uanea wna rhot through the
n-lid.niien in (iollup luat week by
Krancleco (K.nzulca, who la In Jail
pending a probnole charge of muriler.
Thu vhooling on ui rcd In a aaloon. '
At Morlariy lam week I', N. Danne
Vlk Kobl his homeateud l)oldiMt to
Dean Itrotheia of I.im oln . oiir.lv. The
rale included 3-'U lo re, f a home-
ulead. amaller tract adloinin'. n Fee-
tlo-i of leased hind and Hit head id
V. It. liarlier, a graduate of th?
Michigan Arlcullurnl coll. nc, la ex
pected at lia I'rucea Jutiu.iry lt to
tako up the work of count)' agricul
tural agent for Douii Ana couuiy.
A meeting of the Line In county
Teathera' tieaoclatlun will be held at
Ogruru January ;d. ,
Thornag I'litker. founder C the
town of Tyrone, ha given $J1.iii' to-
wrtril n t'.lllinil hi.Nliltal ill lllat libl.'e.
Tho rhelpa-Dodgo company will give
the other hulf of the coat of me
Luciano Romero, u veteran of the
C'lv war, Ml ycui.4 old, died at In
ranch near Hondo, Lincoln county.
Li Kt Wedneaduy from the efTccta of
nurna. While Kitting near an oin n
fire he fell asleep and hla clothes
caiiiiht tire, lie aa alone l: lila l oom
at the time (about 3 a. in.) and 1 ,)r
door waa locked. In hia excitement
und the endeavor to put out his .burn
ing clothcH he could not open tlo'
iloor, and the neighbor had to biea.
it down to effect entrance. I'y ;h
time lin wna done he waa en i-ailly
tunned that be died u few hour litel.
1 WOOD FLOUR FROM t
t SAWDUST WASTE I
In it ifloria to att;vl:t tuinplclc
utilixalion of our loreat reaoiircea, the
lederal government hna been making
Inqutriea into the pnllillticn of man.
ufarturi-ig wood Hour from aawdu..
The Hour in queatltin I not the
Kind which ia converted Into fluff.,'
idavulta or flaky put-try, nor la it a
Mib(Ui!iito for com meal, althoUith it
look somewhat like It. Tina wood
flour ia made by grinding dry xawdUHt
or attiull wood' waalo (that of pine or
aprucc la excellent for the purpoae)
in a iheap mill, aimilar to the kind
In which com and ry- are ground.
After puaaing thlougli the atoiiea and
the bolting cheat, it la aucked or baled
for ahipmcn'. It la tlien wonh ti.f"
to lU.tiO .er I hi.
Thia Hour 1" need in making dyna
mite, and Met a the aliaorliatit tor
the imro-l-, eruie. Dynunute made
with wood Hour an one of ita Ingred
ient Ih Somewhat inferior to that
made with lntwaorial eurtn, but It i
cheaper. The u of wood Hour in
the manufacture of dvnamite, how
ever, Ih )ut a minor ua. of tue pro
duct. jia chief ua. ia in the inariti
facture of linoleum und xyolle, 4iott
floor overinga that ure very popular
tor u.ie In kitchen, hull, corridor,
cafe, reatauranta, and ntlli- room.
It I Impervioug to water and Tactic
ally lire, proof. It la alao uaed aa Hour
materiul on om tt the ilerin.in war
veecla, ftir It ih not liable to ake
fire or apllnter if hit by ahella.
The manufa-ture of wood Hour I
already ait extensive induatry Ui
Kuropi. Norway h i ie n manufac
turing: It or year, and expori thoua
anda of tol a, tiermuna alao la a Large
manufacturer. Knglar and Ktance
are exlenaive ou.vi-r. l the l.'nlted
Ktte the matter oi woou dour liur.
not aa yet been given much eonaJder
ation. A lew mill in the nuUtiH'
weat and ona ut ll .iiui.im, Waahiia
ton, are all that have attempted -to
tranafer their wood want Into wood
flour. The amount of aawduai to be
had In thla country, especially In the
northweat, ia unlimited, and lumber
men ehould welcome thla method id
turning their w iatp o pra' tn al und
f rohtable product.
LADIES! SECRET TO
nung llu.k Ita toliar ami l.natre
Willi t.raiidma'a Saar Te
Common garden a.iae brewed Into
n heavy teg. with aulphur and alcohol
added, will turn gray. iirtj-d ai-vi
faded hair ieaul It ully dark and lux
uriant; remove every 't'it of dandrurf,
atop a'al itching and falling hair.
Mixing t ie Ku'ge Tea and Sulphur re-
Ipe at home, though, la trouble aoine.
An eaaler way la to get the ready-toll
ae tonic, coating aoout i'l cent a
large 1xlile, at drug atorea. known aa
"Verh'g Suae and Sulphur Hair Item
edy,'' thua avoiding a lot of mua.
While W'pr. ry. faded hair la not
ainful, we ull dealre In re'ain our
youthful apt.earance and atttactlv'e
iit. liy darkening your hair with
Wth'a Sag and Sulphur no one can
tell, ihet-auee it doea it aJ natutully, 0
evenly. You jut darm-cn a eponge ot
toft t'riV, w,,h 11 ur' ,r"',, ,nl
through,, iur hair. Inking one aiaall
atrund at a tune. 4iy morning all gray
haira have duppeand. After an
other application or two yur hair I'p
coinea beautifully llark, giomy, aoft
and luxuriunt and )ou appear year
DARKEN GRAY HI
Bars That Have Figured in
Song and Story Go Out of
IJusincss With Enforcing of
fhoenix am. 1 1.. ta n
f.iiiioiie old Aiiroiia aaloon will paaa
out of exl-lence ben the t!cwide
prohibiii m amendment goc into ef-
ten. Many a gru.lel inioneer U
deeply mourning ill" late of the more
or lea gilded, an. I more or lea pnl
iill.il palucra whe:,. ho and hla iro
nic were wont to forefather In the
golden tluvs that me to oe nn mote.
Tho aatne . ray ha ired. tough-handed
old mineig and viopieroa are coin
pliitiing tli.it Arizona ia not what It
uaed to bo before the ultra-moral
pot-til iii.'ti moved in from, the eat
ainl beituii to run thing. Some of
them are cAcn thi- itening to drift to
ewnl.i. New Mexico and other
realm where oin- can tlll Imbibe
M.mei hilig rtrong. r
wltlioiit rundlnf ui
thin lemon pop
nil of "imported
They Would fa c with relg-bitton
the depriv nflon ot their favorite bev
el age did they io.i know that prohi
bit io will mean the cloning of the re
ri thut for go many year have
In en their aoclal eiilera, their club.
Some doctor ten !n I'lagataff I going
t j introduce in the leglalature a hU
providing for a r lal center In eorh
:n ot pointed town, eipilpped with bll
luid t.iblea. pool tublea and now-ling
nl .. Sii h nm... fliid may aatialy
tin i-rfi'tp Icllderf 'l bill they will not
bo IrojHcnled liv the pioneer who
fought Apat ireg and red-ee with ''
partially and efii.il pleaaure.
Aruoii.t haa coniribuled much t
tb larifc lag,, of the ction. New coti
ili.on." In the eo.ilivvtHl led to th
i ii .- of many v .Mm hioI phtiiae.
loiiie derived from Hip Spanlall. unit
1 1 urn Indian diiib Im and aoinp lioin
:ill,hly htimulated Anglo-Saxon imugl
.lalion. There i something In the
ory, clear air of the eonlhweit that
lii.-i'tie pictui eaiio i,e, hiridties and
oi.'Kmalily of Jiinjuage. In no way
waa thi original; y e.i atrinlngly dl--h.cd
na in the uainCu of D.iloona.
A(. vone who euM'o-iea fiat the iiameii
riven galooti lit i epiilar wealern fic
tion arc whol.'y , Invented iy penny-a-liner
need only c ioH through a few
Ariyona mining camp to be con
vinced thnt the Imagination of the
Hello ici r I all too lecble.
T,nere are two "lluckei of
In full Id.iKt in Aiotomi today.
at Jeromp and the other at
Hie one mi Tear e t owned
;t;i n, who I an mgl-ig to turn it in
to a moving pliiiue hoiiap when pi li
bit Ition doea ita worat. It la under
hlood that the ruime of Hip eHtabliah
l.o nt thereafter will on the Oi'inieuiii.
in the early day there wag a. a
I n n at the Fm i una mine. In Vuma
county, mimed "Three liu-keta of
WluTe IU'iuiftt I 'ell.
The "Hoof i ml Horn" ia in the dive
dlatiict of Treaiott hut ia known from
o-ii. end of the sluip to the other be
cause of the inoJiy alining evema
that have taken place within Its
wall. It was only five or aix ye-ir
ago thut Dick Hetiiiett, a wealthy cul
tleman, rode hia tiony In at the front
door, llred a few bullet 4..releMily' in
to the giaagwure and ordered every
body to line up at the I'ar anJ dtiriK
with him. Some ne behind it whiakey
barrel pluKged llennctl bei'nre the
first drink waa r.erted. Today there
ig a allver dollar, tut In the auape ot
a tr. nailed to the Iloor where llen
There ia no mor. unique place of Its
kind in Hie world than the "Slope" ot
the Yavapai club. 1'reacott'a moat
fashionable and excluaive social or
ganixalloii. The "Stupe" I under
ground and ia walled with rough pile
log. Kveryt hing i aa primitive und
frontierlike aa poaaible In appearance.
Sir liilbeii I'urker and other n tabic
who hava oeeti entertained th'le ha'e
carried the fame ot tho "Stul.e t.ilhe
enda of the earth.
Im-ii lriM'oit Wan tlx t apital.
In pioneer ilava I'reacolt wu the
capiial of Arixon.i, and the Saxarac aa
loon wa the r. at t apitol. No one
ever thought of looking for a terri
torial olli'-er In 'he nrlbial rapitol, on
Cutley atreit, before Suing througn
the Saxarac. How the Sax.uuc liM
it name, or what the name meant,
ia one one of iie unaolved tnyattrieg.
Tiax'ii'i I'amoua Itar.
Tucaon 1 well eupplied with hi
torb? drinking phict-a. Beat known ot
all, 4.erha. ia the "Legal Tender."
"Congreaa Hall," at one time the mot
famoug gambling liouk of the aouth-
ieat; wua lu-,i a number of year
ago. A quiute, tl a te'itury ago,
aiiootiiigt acrapeg occurred linot,t
ruriUy In "t'ongreaa Hail," and a
tlaahlight photograph taken there had
an Important cited on tue political
hlatory of Aiuona.
Jl waa at the Ixginnlng of t'bve
land'jt hrat adiiiiniatratlon. A Dem
ocratic governor wua to e appointed
to tiucceeit the I'.epubllca r liu uinoeiu
The leading laiididatea were I '
Hiirhra and a man named 1'aiker.
i'arker had the tndoiaemeiit tif Hi
Denna ratio teiruorlal tuitral rom
niiitee, the lia.i mun of whlih wan
Kred l. Hughe no relation t L. '.
Kred Hughra who wua a faro dealer
In 'Voiiifrree Hall." bul III Ihoae day
Holt wag regarded aa a perfettly le
gitiniMle otcuiuiion in Aruoni. one
day u ihotoipher finpoed 1iy 1
t,'. Higiiea uiiokteiitalloualy filtered
the place and t up hi apparuuia la
a collier while Fred Hughe waa
deuliiiK lo a Chinaman, a negro and
two Irelghler. It loidved l.ke a tlah-t
lignt uf tie whole room waa to h
taken. Inaiead. onl the Hugheg ta-J
bU waa Included In the c amera a
acope. The picture wa aent to Trea
Ident t'lKVeland. "Here I my oppon
ent principal vPHrter at lil daily
work," I- I. Hughe wrote. H waa
appointed governor o..n after tn''t
alioke of political aagacity."
Tataan gaul "J 1' 1aN.
Th tiiiiy'lwo nuted I'lioi mx aa-
loon that ei'rvivri! Inio niodiMrt
tlmea are cloaed. For eara the
"1'al.o p" wug the mec. a of nil cport
Ively Inclined In central Ariaoha. A
man who la loduy on, of the leading
lefoiiiiere of the atate dealt f.cro
there, and hlntory euva tbgt he wa
a firat laa dealer.
ten tf thiKiaanda of dollar' i hanged
hatifla over the "i'alate" latilea night
ly, (inlaid waa a ign proclaiming
the 'Tallica rite only eMond t-laaa
aaloon In the territory. ' Jut what
that meant, no one know. The ae-
otnmudatlona were pretty much the
game na In any other revolt of like
Only two or three month ago the
Q. T. waa cloned anil the building it
had occupied for thirty year waa
torn down to make room lor a mod
ern office- olock. The Q, T. waa a
' favorite rendegvoua lor cowlioyg ami
I'hoenlx had a Itahk Kxchange
which la not a tlnam iul Inatlltition but
a thlrat parlor noted for it Import-
ed ler, Ita aatiage and the tradl
tlona which hang about It.
I'aiiKiiM SabHiiia In t.lobe.
Hlobe'H moat noted enloon l the
"Hold (.'oln," owned und liiailifted by
"Chuck" Logera, aa well known In
i. - i. ........ . i.i,.i....i 1'...,
low rmiiw"i ia I..' o. . i.i .
field In Hip eaat. The "Midway" and;
"K.I Morn" are Clifton a hmtorlc re-
,,fta r..r III tblmlv Tl.w 'llllli
'(looae" wa the ibiggewt of them all
loil t.ur.. Utf.. l.ol It fl.tl HOi.it PVll
(lav. The adobe building It occupied)
wu later need a a ai hool.
More-ici l not a "dry'' town hy anyi
mean, hut there are no oar' Iheie. i
All Ibiuor la aold at wholemile hy tt,ejl
Shannon Copper company, which j J
own the ground on which Moreiici
tandt. ntteen year hm M iten't
waa ewepl by a terrible lire. The
company then decided to lenap n.
ground for auburn In the lebuilt
town.- Now, every nfternoon, when
the miner or the day ahift knock oil
Work, hundred line op a the font-
puny warehouae to pur- !iap tneir ri
freahment n 'bottleK. .Men are ein-
plojed to do nothing except collect
the empty bottle they throw rib-nit.
NewUii.il, M kill ami ITittuI of It.
After the Hie all the anloonlM
moved to u apot u'bout u mile from
Morencl, ami over n hill, where they,
founded Newtown. Today Newtown;
claim the prmirt dial iin t ion of being
the wickedcat plop in tin. world. It
In made up finitely ol euloona and
dive, with not eve-i a grocery tore
to reilevt the monotony. j
Jim Nichola "Jlr" la probably t
Itoabee moat famoua aaloon. Doug
la I comparatively new und h.i n
old-time retort out I well auppllcit
with place where one thlrt may
Twit TombstoiM- SaliMina.
Tomlmlone hoata the "rony." own
ed by Jim Marra, mid "Went IMace."
The latter owned 'by Alien Wcntworth,
for ninny year niayor of Tomlattoiie.
Moat of Yuma a hiatorlc bur arc
now cloaed ihut ahe atill iian tile "Old
I'la.ltatlon" and the "lUrby." Fl.m
ataff h.ia the old "Va'l" and alao
(ieorge Uluck' place, thp roof and
wall of which are perforated with a
hundred bullet hole. Some .bold aou!
named one Klugntufr hifr "X 10 I " ."
The "Hlg Hug cP.io," at Mayer. I
one "f the famoua bar of thai reKi-in. ,
A lew mile Hoiltheaat, ut Huiliblebee, j
Ih Snider' atntion. It ia related thai
once, w lien a ciiatomer compiaiin-u "
the uallty of whiakey Snider proleat
ed volublv that he paid 1 "" mil
lion for hi whiakey and If It wa to't
good the fault wu not hi.
In only one Inatam-e doea a hint of
profanity enter Into the name of an
Ariroa a.nloon. That ia in the caae of
the "Dtimpliino," at I'row n King.
Striking originality i often , dia
played in alg'iH aeeti in and about
Arizona "bar. "Kvery nation welcome
bill Carrie" I l're.cent. l.lkclw.
"If water will BIHill your alloc, what
will it do to your atomach?"
GALLUP HAS REAL
LIVE AND MURDEROUS
The itallup Independent pay:
William Heed, who wilh hi wife
conduct the ltccd rooming Incise on
Went It.Ulroad nveiiue, wa bndly beat
up und ibrulaed and til. Saturday
night on the alreei In front of u down
town uloon. After the man head
hud been beaien to a nine if pulp
with onie liiKtruinetit with aharp
pi oJm tloba, preaumubly a ilx rhootel',
he waa loaded In an uutomouile which
wa driven iy a man with black
curly hair and a alouchy black hat,
and dumi-ed into the I'lierco uiol b ft
.here for dead. The body waa tiirown
in the 1'uerco Vai k of the Sunlit IV
lound hou. Truck tn the anow
allowed where the auto had been
driven ttp cloap to the iliunka of thu
river. It waa not determined whct'ier
or not the driver of the auio wu t'te
owner or whether th thug liad
atolen the juto for the puiimrs ol
diapoaing of the body. It ) elated
that two hundrt 1 dollar in money
had been taken from the Injuted man. J
Iteed happened to be a ratio r.
hardy griiili iiiiin, and the Mow dellv-j
I red liy the naf-udaiii did lint have.
SORE. TIRED FEET
. , I
"TIZ" make aore. burninc, t.rel feet
fairly dance with dcligl.L. Away eo th i
aWie an f paiu. tlie corn. eaMouMt. '
Uliitef BD'l bullion!.
out the acid kr. l
poliM.n that mlT
up jour feet. Na
Blatter kovr liar 1
jou woik, hove
V'tig ou tianea,
Ii o w fur you
walk, or how long
)ou remain on
your Iwt, 'TIZ"
Lrlng real ful
"TIZ" ia wo,
derfal fnr tirl.
a. I. in f, woll.-n, amarting (uei. Viair f.t
ul tmi'le for Joy i aiioe iwnt hurt or
event l if lit
tiet a 2J sent Uig of "TIZH auw front
gay drngyiat or dif arton tit atore. Ka4
l.ad toilui (ureter wear aaialUr sliuea,
i vui fta,t ffv!i, kwtal aal kajpy.
the' Immediate fatal efTei t a waa ct
pccteit, end in a lew hoora hp regnit.
ed in ni Ion leva aultb lent to call f ir
help, ir' at leuat eotnn one waa al
tru ted to t'i,, apot bv the moaning
of the Iniiiri'd man. He now lying
In a d.i nreroua condition at hla home.
Up f-. a not been Cona loiH a anlTlclent
length of time to inaKe any at.itenient
ir M'gnd to the Incident.
Two local men aire arreated andj
held In Jail over Sunday, but were
later rele.iaed on their own recog
nlzance. six welia a ml Dlfk Holman
were the two arreated o.n auaphMon of
lieing lonnecled With the aanult,
I Ice. L'l.
Hi t irn
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I a a
Your 1915 Bank Account
liiModnir tin hank tl rou-li wiiicli in tiiiiKicl your
flnaiulul a I' air during (H5 I an lniMMaiil mailer wlibh
elioiild i-1-.i'lvt' inM infnl ! nlilcrnt1in. p Invito jiim
to .M'ii an aitniiiit tvltli llil liiKtitutloii, winch iiiiiform
ly t'MttiiU imirtiinia nod elll lent htiI.c in iati'oi,N,
anil liy mi -on of consoriativc! iniiiiaciiiciil mnl uniplc
capital ami mirplua, nffordH iiiiiiiiY-lii.ucil safety. IH am
lit airbill aa well a lnrKi are Invited.
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J. C. BALDRIDQE LBR. CO. 423 S. 1st St. Phonr. 402
Figure with us
W , II. liAEifj CO.
fur t' Ilw la Twrt t4
Supply your wants of Bedding now
while the stock is at its best. Our
assortment is better than ever before.
We ar2 showing
Blankets from ..$!.00 to $20.00 a pair
Conlforts from . . $1.25 to $27.50 each
213 to 215 W. Gold A?e.
furniture, Carpets, Draperies and Stove.
onlv, howiver, o the groun'l that
ibev had been out on a tear earlur
In the yiivbt. The iifKiiult wig om
mltied aonicti'tio ilurlirg the late hiiurg
of S.tluidiiv nulit.
"I'ii. what ia a bracgnrl?" "Me' a
mun, my ami, who b. not afraid to ex
pcea hia real opinion of hlmaelf .''
put ti knocker on
She That' ampprfluoii with one
like you In the house. Kxchange.
San Diego Exposition
New Year's Eve
-At itiii'.n'fclit. Hefeniher "1, the flrat stroke
of twelve mil niiiioiiiici' the tiriitul ')enicil
of the IViiiiinni California K.xioaition, I'liti
the 1'U.i revelry
liicvernent of a
w ill rumtfli'iirc, tunl
our o'oua I It tu iait ion
of exiiiiaifi H.iwcra. of nn 1 1 it tuml lienut v,
mnl of eieetiip'.il:ir prodm-Mom will lie eele
bri.tcd i.iiiidat sdeiidor, g iiety, lirt, mu-iie.
To San Diego
New Year Excursions
l.uw round trip fare hclweeti nil t:itioii
on Mil n tn Fe,
-Tickets on Mule.:
"L. 21. ;o. "' L".l
limit, Jan. 1", 1H1'
on Sash Doors,
& Mill Company
CKHUIIXOS LIT SIP
(J ALLL'P LUMP
AVTunAcrrii all sizs
KINIIJN(1 AND MIIJ WOiiD
BRICK AND PLASTKK1NO LIMB
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