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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1913.
PAGE TWO SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN. i i Si K i a TRYTHESE THEY WILL PLEASE YOU FRESH OYSTERS, COVE OYSTERS, , OYSTER COCKTAIL SAUCE, SWEET RED PIM1ENTOES, WALKER'S RED HAT TOMATOES, DYER'S BAKED BEANS, ORTEGA'S PEELED GREEN CHILI AND NEW COMB HONEY. WINTER GROCERY CD. mOlSTE 40. I CAPITAL COAL YARD PHONE 85 oa1 andolreestaal,l Wood SWASTIKA LUMP FACTORY WOOD CERR1LLOS LUMP 5AWEDW,?,?D STEAM COAL CORD W?D ANTHRACITE COAL, ALL SIZES. Montezuma Avenue, near A., T & S. F. Railroad Depot. DENVER & RIO GRANDE RAILROAD CO. MISSOURI-PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. 'r'J ,ST. LOUIS, IRON MOUNTAIN & SOUTHERN CO THE (WESTERN PACIFIC SHORTEST LINE TO DrNVER, COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO, Where Direct Connections are Made FOR ALL EASTERN AND SOUTHERN POINTS TRAVELERS TO THE EAST will find every want anticipated in the modern high-class service provided by the through sleeping car routes to St. Louis over the Missouri-Pacific-Iron Mountain. THROUGH LINE itx?j3 Gorge-Feather River Route, acknowledged to be the Scenic Line PAR EXCELLENCE of all America. FOR INFORMATION AS TO RATES, ETC., CALL ON WM. M. SCOTT, T. F. & P. A., 244 San Francisco Street, Santa Fe, N. M. I. A. HUGHES, C. L. POLLARD, R. J. CRICHTON, President. Secretary. Manager & Treasurer. Lumber and Transfer Go. (INCORPORATED) HEADUABTEBS FOB LUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Shingles, Cement, Plaster, Roofing and Build- 8 Ing Materials of Every Description. AGENTS The FAMOUS DAWSON COAL GENERAL TRANSFER BUSINESS AND STORAGE gJF Your Business Solicited. V -J. Phone 100 and 15 W. :: Foot of Montezuma Ave. NEW MEXICO MILITARY INSTITUTE 1J . . , , j I Tie . A-.M' M:::J- K; K K K V MAIN RAILWAY CU.jj ROSWELL, NEW MEXICO. 'TbeWest Point of the Southwest. Ranked as "Distinguished Institution " by the V S. War Department. Located in the beautiful Peoot Vlley. 1,700 feet bore sea level, sunshine every day. Open !r work throughout the entire ees Ion. Conditions lor physical end mental development ere IDEAL such as cannot be found elsewhere In America. Four teen officer! and instructors, all (radiate from standard East ern colleges. Ten buildings, modem in every respect. Begenti : E. A. C A HOON, President J. E. RHEA, Vice-President J. P. WHITE. Treasurer. JOHN W. POl, Secretary. W. A. FINLAY. c For particulars end Illustrated rata. gee, address, C0L.JAS.W.WILLS0N,Spt. CHILDREN HATE OIU, CALOMEL AND PILLS "California Syrup of Figs" Best For Tender Stomach, Liver Bowels Tastes Delicious. hook back at your childhood days. Remember the "dose" mother insisted oi castor oil, calomel, cathartics. How you hated them, how you fought against taking them. With our children it's different. Mothers who cling to the old form of physic simply don't realize what they do. The children's revolt is well- fcunded. Their tender litle "insides are injured by them. If your child's stomach, liver and bowels need cleansing, give only deli cious 'California Syrup of Pigs." Its action is positive, but gentle. Millions of mothers keep this harmless "fruit linvp tn take it- that it never fails to clean the liver and bowels and sweet en the Btomach, and that a teaspoon ful given today eaves a sick child to morrow. Ask your druggist for a 5(Vcent bot tle nf "California Syrup of Figs," which has full directions for babies, children of all ages and for grownups nlnlnlv nn each bottle. Beware ol counterfeits sold here. See that It is made by "California Fig Syrup Com pany." Refuse any other kind with contempt. THE OLD STVLE IS BETTER THAN NEW Philadelphia, Nov. 5. Eugenics as a means of selecting husbands and wives, fell before the old-fashioned method of "falling in love" yesterday in a popular decision rendered by the Drama league, after a debate In Wash ington Hall. Percy Mackaye, who has written a new play on the subject, championed eugenics. Harry La Barra Jayne, president of the league, favored the old-fashioned "falling in love." The audience of 30O, nearly all women, ap plauded the latter's Idea. Mackaye's argument, advanced in his play, is that in the next thousand years we will build up a new stand ard for picking mates. Instead of marrying for wealth or position, he says, why not marry for strength and health and possibilities of aiding the race? President .Tayne didn't think so. He said frankly the investigators of eugenics had experimented with white mice and sweet peas, and human na ture is far removed from both. A DOG SAVES MAN FROM ANGRY BULL Beise. Ida., Nov. B. But for the bravery of his wife, who attacked an angered bull with only the help of a dog, Gus Anderson, a prominent ranch er and candidate for county commis sioner at the last election, would have been a dead man, and, as it Is, he is in an extremely precarious condition. Mr. Anderson who .lives on a ranch near the Soldiers' home, went out to the corral to milk some cows, when a bull which was in the corral with the other animals came upon him from the rear, knocked him over, and be fore he could protect himself in any way had trampled hiin. His wife, hearing his cries for help, appeared in time to witness the attack of the animal, and calling a dog which be longs on the ranch, Bhe set him at the bull and succeeded in dragging her badly-injured husband out of the cor ral while the dog was worrying the animal. HE SPENT FORTUNE TO SUPPORT GIRL New York, Nov, 6. John C. Schild knecht, 23 years old, cashier, who it is charged embezzled $55,000 from the Washburn-Crosby Company, while drawing salary of $20 a week, was ar rested in a Brooklyn rooming house to night. The boy, who supported Effle Mc Minn, a beautiful Tennesse girl, in a $300 a week suite all last summer, supplying her with a maid, chauffeur and two touring cars, arrived from South America as a stowaway. He had 15 cents when he stole aboard the ship at Montevideo. "I'm tired of it all and quite ready to go to a cell, where I won't have to dodge detectives," he said. ESKIMOS SEND FUR BY PARCEL POST. Washington, Nov. 5. The benefits of the parcel post have entended to the Eskimo, and he is making use of it. The price of the white foxskin among Eskimos in northern Alaska has jumped from $2 to more than $20 In the last few months. The natives have learned that they do not need to sell the skins to the fur traders, but that they can send them direct to the States. Polar bearskins have tak en corresponding jumps in price at the source. BEWARE OF OINTMENTS FOR CATARRH THAT CONTAIN MERCURY as mercurv will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange Ithe whole system when entering it rhrniieh the muCOUS Surfaces. Such 'articles should never be used except inn nreRnrintions irom reDUtame nnysi- ninna an the damaee they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from tnem. nans L;aiarru fun, manufactured bv F. J. Cheney & Co', Toledo, O, contains no mercury, and is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous sunaces or the system. In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get trie genuine. It is taken Internally and mnriR in Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. Cheney ft Co., Testimonial free. Sold by druggists. Price 7oc per bottle. Take Hall's Family Pills for consti FOREIGN AFFAIRS NOW THE PROBLEM EUROPEAN NATIONS ARE FEELING AN UN REST AND THINK SOMEHTING DEFINITE SHOULD BE DONE REGARDING THE MEXICAN SITUATION. Washington, Nov. 5. Foreign af fairs, particularly relations with iMex ico, continue to furnish the moBt acute, if not the most important, prob lem confronting President Wilson and the administration. To the very last the president maintained the attitude of hoping that the elections advertised for October 26th in Mexico would fur nish a means of settling that problem through the elimination of General Huerta, the dictator. The utterly far cical character of the alleged elections however, has demonstrated the futili ty of such hope. Meantime an ele ment of sinister potentiality has been injected into the situation through the indiscreet comment in Mexico City of Sir Lionel Garden, the BritiBh minis ter to Mexico, who chose to present his credentials to Huerta on the day the dictator had arreBted the 110 members of the Mexican congress, and who expressed to some American newspapermen his frank view that the American government did not thor oughly comprehend the Mexican ence by a British diplomatic official of question. This unwarranted interfer ence by a British diplomatic official of such standing threatened for a time to produce an unfortunate strain upon our relations with Great Britain. The British government gets out of it. however, by officially advising the state department that Sir Lionel Car den repudiates the interview credited to him. Thus, technically, Great Britain preserves a correct standing in the matter. At the Banie time, there appears to be an increasing feeling on the pari of several important European powers that something positive and effective should be done to terminate the intol erable conditions in Mexico. Indica tions that Europe might find it neces sary to act on its own account led to consideration on the part of this gov eminent of the question of issuing a general and formal statement definite ly setting forth its attitude not only toward Mexico but also toward all such problems, which are, unfortu-, nately, of too frequent origin in th." western hemisphere. President Wil son seems, however, to have conclud ed that it is not necessary yet at least to issue such a statement. He has, to a certain extent, covered the ground in two recent speeches. One was at Swarthmore, Pa., on the occasion of the commemoration of founders' day at Swarthmore college. In extolling the spirit with which William Peun sought to establish "a free common wealth" in America, the president said that the prof essadu purpose of Ameri can conquest "was to see to it that every foot of that land should be the home of free self-governed people, who should have no government what ever which did not rest upon the consent of the governed." And then he added this sentence, with its sig nally significant bearing upon the Mexican problem: "I would like to believe that all this hemisphere is devoted to the same sacred purpose, and that nowhere can any government endure whieTi is stained by blood, or supported by any thing but the consent of the govern ed." From Swarthmore the president went to Mobile, Ala., where, in an ad dress before the southern commercial congress, the president supplemented his Pennsylvania speech. In a general discussion of the Latin-American sit uation and problem, he said: "The development of constitutional liberty and world human rights, the maintenance of national integrity as against material interest that is our creed. -"I want to take this occasion to say, too, that the United States will not again: seek to secure one additional foot of territory by conquest. "It will devote herself to showing an honest and fruitful use of the ter ritory she has, and she must regard it as one of the duties of friendship to see that from no quarter are material interests made superior to human lib erty and national comity." While the president in making this pledge regarding the future action of the United States undoubtedly voices the present sentiment of a vast ma jority of American citizens, it was inevitable that -i it should be pointed out promptly that not only the cir cumstances under which he made this declaration were very different from those obtaining when President Mon roe declared the famous doctrine which ever since has borne his name, but also that the president has no power to give such a pledge and make i: binding upon his country. Con gress has on a few occasions under taken to give pledges of that charac ter. The one made in the Teller reso lution at the beginning of the Spanish war has been kept, but the famous Crittenden resolution, adopted nt the outbreak of the civil war, endured hardly a year. A new complication has been added to the Mexican problem by the grant ing of asylum to General Felix Diaz, who took refuge in the American con sulate at Vera Cruz with some of his followers and was transferred to one of the United States battleships. This act, while undoubtedly one of hu manity, and probably the only means of saving General Diaz from Huerta's assassins, is in contravention of diplo matic precendent, international law and naval regulations. In bis famous and authoritative work on internation al law, Mr. John Bassett Moore, coun sellor of the state department, cites a number of precedents which up to this time have controlled directly against such action. It could not be done in the case of a powerful coun try disposed, as Huerta Is, to make trnnhle. hut this is a place where "might makes rigut." BIG MENU FOR A HALF POUND WREN Madison, Wis., Nov. 5. Results of a scientific investigation of the capa city of birds to destroy insects were announced at the University of Wis consin. A Virginia wren, a farsh bird of one half pound weight, showed the most remarkable ability for devouring pests. In one day it ate 144 amphopids, twelve grasshoppers, twelve meal worms, three water bugs, one water scorpion three inches long, two small tnnflsh, one stickleback two and a half inches long, one caterpillar and fifteen flies. The second day it ate five live horn ets, one crawfish two inches long, one i'.og one and a half inches long, and cue grass snake eight inches ilong. The bird tried eight times to swallow i lio snake alive. Finally it killed the re))tile and gulped it down. In the two days the bird ate more than its weight. 32 ARE KILLED IN FRENCH TRAIN WRECK. Melun, France, Nov. 5. Thirty two persons were killed and forty injured -vhen the Marseilles-Paris express i rain was wrecked by collision with a local train near here late last even ing. The bodies were not all re covered until this afternoon. New Mexican Want Ads always bring results. Try It MUST BELIEVE IT. j When Weil-Known 8anta Fe People Tell It So Plainly. When public endorsement is made I by a representative citizen of Santa i Fe, the proof is positive. You must i believe it. Read this testimony. Ev i ery sufferer of kidney backache, ev 1 ery man, woman or child with kid ney trouble will do well to read the following: Toribio Rodriguez, 110 Johnson St., Santa Fe. N. Mex.. says: "1 suffered off and on for several months from backache and pains across my loins. Mornings when I tried to sweep out the store, my back bothered me so much that often 1 had to sit down. The trouble got to be constant and no matter what I did, my back hurt me. I finally began using Doan's Kidney Pills and I soon found out that they were what I needed. A box and a half cured me. I am just as enthus- laatif. in mv nraise of Doan's Kidney Pills now, as I was when I first rec ommended them several years ago." For sale by all dealers. Price bo cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's anil take no other. Majestic Cafe j ! ' THE SANITARY t 1 SHORTOBOER BESTflDBBHT I I REGULAR MEALS. Open Day and Night, f I Best Equipped, Most Modern. I Special Dinner Parties. ROMULO LOPEZ, PROP. I 1 SANTA FE, - NEW MEXICO. vuvuinJuxJiAJuvinruuvruirui Have a drink of Coffee Mrs. Paton, the Pure Food Dem onstrator, is serv ing George Washington Coffee To-day and To morrow at the a Come in and taste it. The flavor will catch YOU. jnoflern Grocery Huu. nniuirtnnnnuwwunrLrftnv I EGG PRODUCERS Green Cut Bone and Oyster Shells $2.50 " " Meat Scraps, .05 " lb. Ground Charcoal, ... $ .03 " " Poultry and Stock FoodComposed I ffj fjC aaf rw4 of Corn, Bran, Oats and Alfalfa, f$ld pCI GORMLEY'S GENERAL STORE PHONE 19 -W . leght IN THESE DAYS OF MODERN METH ODS, Electricity plays a most impor tant part. The grandfather would be amazed at the radiance of the mod ern home and why all this light-? To make the home more homelike to make the home the most pleasant spot on earth for father, mother and children. Good light that Is easy on the eyes Is very much to be desired. POWER NOTHING IS QUITE SO CONVEN IENT as to touch the button and your stove is ready to cook your iron ready to use, your toasted ready for the hurried breakfast, your vacu um cleaner ready for the fray, your washer ready to cleanse, fan ready to cool the heat ed rooms. Electricity will do every thing tor you. We furnish it at reasonable rates, day and night' Estimates and full Infor mation cheeerfully given. SANTA FE WATER & LIGHT CO. MULLIGAN & RISING, FUNERAL DIRECTORS License Numbsrs, Ml. Day or Nifht Phone, 130 Main. Next Door CORRICK LIVERY BARN NOBBIEST OUTFITS IN THE CITY Busies and 5addlers a Specialty. Hacks and Baggage Transfer. Prompt Attention and the Best of Satisfaction Ouaranteed. 104 DON GASPER ST. ftSK FOR TICKETS FROM SANTA FE To El Paso, Bisbee, Douglass and all points in New Mexico, Arizona, Mexico and to the Pacific Coast, via NEW MEXICO CENTRAL to Torrance thence. Best lil For Rates and Full EUGENE FOX, G. F. & jBMHBIHaaBaBaHBaaalBVafaaBaaaaVl DISTRIBUTOR OF LEMP'S KEG and BOTTLE BEER BUDWEISER IN BOTTLES Manufacturer of all kinds of Soda Waters made from Pyre Distilled water. Agent for Manlton Spriaf Mineral Water. tdi cDHriNP . J Santa Fe. New Mex. THE STAR BARN W. A. WILLIAMS. - - PKUKK1C1UK. GENERAL LIVERY Hack and Baggage Lines. Entire Stable Re stocked. Best Rigs you can get. SADDLE PONIES, TWO AND FOUI BOISE OUTFITS. M0MPT SE1VICE. 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