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into bin plana. Apportionment 1 Union County
I, II. II-. Eirctt, Superintendent
f School iii and for Union county.
New Mexico, hereby certify that I
hve duly apportioned the General
S -hool Fund of Union County on
(it the thirtieth day of DecemKer,
I 'J 1 4. The amoent apportioned hi
Four Thousand Seven Hundred
Ktnctv-tbree and no-100 Dollar,
( 14,793. 00). The number ofieho
liatica in aaid county it 4973. The
wte per capita ia $1.00, which it p-
p irtioned to the various district a
District Amount ' Scholastic
1 594.00 394
2 60.00 60
3 269.00 269
4 ' 34.00 34
5 101. 101
6 M.00 65
7 55.00 55
S 84.00 84
0 64.00 64
10 . ÍÍ.0O Si
11 70.00 70
12 65.00 65
IS 48.00 48
. 14 59.00 59
15 101. 00 lOt
16 68.00 98
17 90.00 80
IS 17.00 17
19 40.00 40
20) 55.00 55
21 71. 00 71
22 874.00 274
2 95.00 . 95
24 . 7S.00 73
2 S9.00 39
2tS 17.00 17
27 50 00 50
2 15 00 15
29 44. 0O 44
JO , 33.00 83
31 72.00 72
S2 25 OO 25
- SS 31. OO 81
J 15.00 15 .
35 59.0O 59 1
36 60 OO 60
3T 35.00 35
J 23. OO 23
39 55.0O 55
40 68.00 68
I 63.00 63
42 41. OO 41
4 41. OO 41
44 2d.0O 26
45 69.00 . 69
44 - 26.00 26
47 .; ,;. 2.0 62
4 ' ft. 85 00 85
4 28.00 28
5 . lOíOt' 102
51 2 00 29 ".
52 89.00 69
5 37 OO 37
54 34.00 84
5 17.00 17
V 56 . 4.00 64
57 33 00 33
5 30.00 30
5 43.00 43
O 34.00 34
I 31.00 81
4 59.00 5V
tU 57 OO 57
4 44 00 44
5 49.00 49
66 50.00 50
7 45.00 45
50 00 " 50
70 ' 18.00 18
71 24.00 24
72 22.00 22
7 23.00 23
74 1.0O 61
75- 38.00) 38
76 48.0O 48
77 30.00 30
. 7 50 00) 50
' 79 30.00 30
' 80 17.00 17
SI 34.00 34
82 37.00 37
8$ 38. OO 38
In Urge Cities Wc:.i Wcrk
f cr Sclera V.T.Ü3 Trading
CROCHET AT SODA FOUNTAINS
Ca'lag Oiria and Otkars f Every D-
r f Seeial Standing Can S Found
In Odd Plaoaa With Thair leadle
and Yarn, Making' Winter Apparal
far Fighter and Refuge.
"Well, what do you know about
The man drinking malted milk and
egg at one end of tlx soda water
fun nut In In Chicago, naya tbe Herald
vf Hint city. guaped audibly
"Wall. I awear. lia I do you know
about that!" be repeated and choked
A rule luiMM In a bin Oxford (ray
ulster waa tbe itu of til comnio
Hla appraising and approving eye
bad marked ber arrival, een her
perch uenwir demurely on a tall three
legred stool ami give ber order; bad
even noted the trim cut of ber gray
toped lioot aa it tole around one leg
of tbt stool to clncb ber eeat
He saw ber take off ber trim gray
gloves, roll them into a neat ball and
tick tbem into tbe left pocket of ber
u Inter with one hand and wttb the
otber extract from ber rtRbt pocket a
wild of while wool stuck full of flit
tering steel. Tbia wad she straight
ened out. acixed tha brlKhl needles
and proceeded to knit away aa calmly
aa a grandma by tbe lireslde.
Th Myatary Salvad.
Kroro iM'iHtitb ber swiftly plying On-
Hern the liMlf or a tmin s anck fell.
"I didn't think there wna a girl In
any city in tbe United States wbo
could do that nowadays," alKbed tbe
mun with the uinlted milk, reluctant
ly taking His eyes frm tb pretty
picture and going hla way.
Be should not nava been astonished.
a women tu every little town and
hamlet ara doing the mom.
Knitting women and croc beting
women, too. bar become common
place of Chicago eights the past month
or inore, hile women of other large
cities in tbls country also are growing
equally Industrious, shopgirl and so
defy dame alike.
On street cara. In the elevated, on
auburhan train they are there with
glittering needle, flying lingera and
soft yarns. The things they make are
niimtl.r for aoldlera on European hat
tlenclds and the women and children
refugees from those llelda. Every min
ute la precious to tbe knitter.
In Laetura Room and Gymnasium.
In tbe lecture rooms of tbe schools
and uiiiversltlea. In tbe gymnasiums.
In tbe lea rooms nnd waiting roo ma of
the stores, everywhere that women
with lelsnred hands congregate, knit
ting and crocheting women are found
The co eda of the University of Chi
cago Mblppcd cartload of wearing ap
parel for destitute women and chil
dren to Belgium
One hundred young women got tbe
material together by working every
apare minute day and nl:ht for m
month and more. The ticking clock
and the clicking need lea ran rival rncee
In lecture rooms and study balls, a
race ttiut la not euded yet. for the mak
ing of gartnenta Will goea on though
the Mrxt consignment of relief clothing
from 0. of C. women baa left Chicago.
KINO ALBERT'S MESSAGE
Of GRATITUDE TO AMERICA.
The magnificent generosity of
tbe American people In forward
ing Immense qunutitlea of glfta
of foodstuff to my suffering peo
ple afford nie Intense autlsfac
Uon and touches me very deeply.
In this, my country's hour of
trial, nothing has aupHrted me
more than the sympathy and tbe
auperb generosity of those who
have assisted In materially les-
nenlng tbe same, and I desire to X
offer my deepest thauk and at
the name time to convey a mea- $
J saga of good will for th New
5 Tear. " ALBERT. X
. King of the Belgians. J
w w ww e a a e e e a e A
THREE MEXÍCAN CITIES HAVE
PROCLAIMED A NEUTRAL ZONE
ALIMONY IS "FIXED INCOME."
It Ha Bean 8 Defined, and Es-Husband
Must Held Out Tas.
Alimony in fixed Income, and tbe
person wbo paya It must withhold any
mount due nuder tbe Income tax law.
Tbla decision wna announced by Com
missioner of Interim I Revenue 0born
rn a synopala of rullugs on tbe law.
wbicb were in dlmi irreemeut with pre
vious rnllngs and supersedes them.
The aynopsla makes It clear that
while an American woman who mar
rica a foreigner tuxes bis nationality,
be cannot claim exemption on proper
ty liable to tbe tax Salaries of United
Btates Judge appointed since the law
was enacted are subject to the tax. as
re thoae of retired judges. Tbe mile
age of congressmen la subject to the
tax also, except that part actually ex
pended In transportation.
Fees received by preachers are re
garded aa part of taxable Incomes,
Christmas glfta are not taxable.
San Luia Petosi, Mantsray and Saltillo
Ban Fighting Near Tham.
The capital cities of tbree Mexican I
states. San Luí Potosí. Monterey and '
altillo, have declared their neutrality j
In the factional war rending Mexico
and propose to prevent any military
operations in their neighborhood.
Tbe latest novel development In tb '
complicated Mexican situation waa re- j
ported to the state department from t
Ban Luia Potos!. Tbe governor of that
tote originated tbe acbeme and saya
that he baa obtained tbe co-operation
.of tbe military authorities at 8altlllo I
and Monterey. '
If the scheme, la successful It will
seriously affect the military situation
In Mexico, for these cities are impor- ,
tant military strongholds, and troop
movements through them are necee
eary In oeratloii between the north '
and south of the country nnd against .
Tamplco and the cast coast
The authorities of the tbree cities
declare that they Intend to stop all
train service between the City of Mexi
co and Laredo in order to keep troop
of tbe belligerent factions out or their
nelghUri-bood This will end the last
means of communication between tbe
City oí Mexico and the Cnlted SUtes.
tbe Vera Crux route hclng already cut
la tbe military opera t lona between tbe
Zapatista and Carranxlataa In tha
State of Vera Cms.
PRIESTS AID WAR PRISONERS
Pep Send Tham te tamp. Where
Thy Will Loh t Cemferte ef Men. I
In the hope of alleviating tbe d la
comforts of prisoner of war and tbe
anxiety' of their relative at home
Tope Benedict XV. baa Instructed all .
bishops In dioceses wherein are mili
tary prisoners to appoint one or more
priests who are acquainted with the
language spoken by the Imprisoned
soldiers. These priests will be Instruct
ed not only to offer spiritual counsel,
but so far aa possible to iuok after tha
material welfare of the prisoners.
Particular efforts will be made to
discover whether the prisoners have
communicated with tbelr families and
If they hove not done so to persuade
them to scud word borne Immediately.
In cae where prisoners ana unable
to write letters the priest will per
form this service for them. They will
also use every effort to nee that aucb
letters are sent home safely.
THIS DOG A REAL EPICURE.
Trnr From Boston I Cnfirmd
Mrs M. It 1. freshet or Kostou.
president of the Millennium guild, an
organization which opno, Hie uliiugb
ter of anlmulH. Im n oi umiiiiv terrier
that Is a vegetarian
Slater, lis 1'ie terrier li known, nc
cordllig to Mrs 1'reshet. Iihs never eiit-
! This is w but Ulster liken: Lentils,
peas, beans, celery, carrots, radlsbita.
lettuce, apples, nuts, egk'x. outmeal and
I "Many of our tlWasea come from
! eating meat." says Mrs. Freshel, snd
wben I become a vegetarian twelve
years ago I npplled tbe principles to
anímala. My Sister has never bad d la
temper lf folks would only teach their aní
mala to eat vegetables we wouldn't
have thla fuss over the d!aeasia of
Whar Procsdut I Slow.
"What's your excuse for sieedlngT"
eked tbe judge
"Oh. we live in rapid llmea. your
houor." answered the motrtft lllppunt
ly. "Evcrytliiiii! Im to i-ed up a bit
those days "
"Not ill all." Mild ibe judtze. "And
you will observe Hie iiuitniry If you
will sit down and Ntid the dny lu this
courtroom Ten dollars "-l-oulsvllh
YM WED THE Ml
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