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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1913. SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN. The Best Light on Any Subject XXWUf. Still the best substitute for daylight. Rayb Lamps Durable, simple. Easy to clean and rewick can be lighted without removing chimney or shade. ft At all dealers. THE CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY (Incorporated fn Colorado) Denver Pueblo Albuquerque SCHOOL GIRLS IN EGG-BOYCOTT SNOW IN RATON MOUNTAINS PLAYS HOVOe WITH TRAFFIC The Philippine bureau of forestry X Alex, reports that American and European ' K. P. Davies lumbermen are trying to secure larg and regular shipments of Philippic woods, mainly for cabinet making. ONE OF THE FINEST HIGH SCHOOLS IN THE COUNTRY IS IN THE FIELD WITH A REAL STRIKE AGAINST THE EGG MARKET. The heavy snowfall of the past day or two has played havoc with rail road traffic, the chief trouble hems in the Raton mountains. Trains are stalled at Trinidad, ae- t rouble dii" to the 1 ! Chicago, Deo. (!.- ;is always an effective strike, greatly ! feared by the powers-that-be. When !the students joined the great Russian 'strike of 190.", there was nearly a 'bloody revolution. Today American : students have joined the strike against jour czars the efts kings, j The famous Hyde Park high school of Chicago, one or ttie nnest in tne country, Is the first in the Held with an "egg strike." The Hyde Park girls members of the domestic science course originat ed the move. "Not an egg will they use!" ex claimed Miss Iva Campbell, their in structor. "They have voted unani- jniously to join the strike, and so I've been forced to drop eggs altogether SURGERY OF ITS TERRORS 'ZL my . j "Hut Hint is easy. Kggs are not near- .ncyviiuc DUllC r. 11 "ri 75A s&L reported wire heavy snow. The snow in Santa Fe beg'iu to melt this morninii. making the si.'v.nlki tin- (comfortable for pedestrians. ! In the country the snow rirll'is are cording to reports received today, and j f.,jry deep, owing to the wind wi !i Ifor this reason a stub train 1o be iuiv,, blown at Intervals. called "So. 1" will leave Las Vegas j Ready for "Santa. ' A student strike (01l tilll( going westward. Tho east! ,.,,...,. mmmt!.HH were bound trains are mailing neauwuy .is far as Raton wliere the snow drifts have halted them. Wires Are Down. Tin) Associated Press wirs Denver is having trouble and 111 j There are seven spruces in the j I'nitul Stales. Four are confined to jthe west; two to the oast; while one, w liUe spruce, has a continent wid- ilist ribulimi. COUGHS THAT PREVENT SLEEP. These roughs are wearing and if they "bang on." can run one down lti shares, Santa Fe, X Afex. .Airs. M. II. liyrd, In shares, San'a Fe, X. ilex. I. B. Patterson, 10 shares, Santa Fe. X. Alex. .M. V. Aliinzannres, in shares. Santa. IV, X. Mex. . The dui'aiion of the corporation shall be rij years, unless sooner dis solved in the manner provided by law IX WITNESS WHEREOF, we have I MAYO BROTHERS NOW ROB i.eu ai wnu uengm iuua ui ."'"" anec physically and lower the vlial resist-i I'-ercuiiio set our hands and seals this to disease, .Mr. Hob Ferguson, : sters who have fond visions of the i I'ine Si ., (Ireen May, Wise, w rites : jliig Man who is soon to hitch up his.. W11H (.IViUy troubled with a bad j reindeer to a sleigh tilled with stock-, ,.ol,Kh thai kept me awake nights. ; fro.'ii ling-fillers, and swoop down Mount , 'pwo slan i,oitles of Foley's Money! tele-;Haldy two weeks from We Inesdny. ! illuj j;ir compound completely cured; graphic news sent the Xew Mexican just as the Midnight Mass hells toll ,,- today hud to go around by San Fran I joyously at the cathedral of St. Fran-, , Cisco. The Postal Telegraph company Cis. : CE RTIFICAAE OF INCORPORATION j OF SAN LORENZO LAND AND J THE CLOTHES THEY cheap finery, and often utility articles j MINING COMPANY. WEAR IN GREENLAND such as cooking utensils, clothing, stoves, furniture and whiskey. The general result is that the (ireen land people dress different to the Quaint Customs of the World's Queer more remote Eskimos. People. ly so necessary as many housewives That the Mayo Brothers, called ' th'i tail of the case is gone into by scien- (think. For an eggless breakfast I surgeons' surgeons," have robbed sui-itifc men before the operation is pc-r-;i,now f hundreds of possible mfmis! i gery of Its terrors and that they lose 1 .'Mined. ' I This strike is going to be a great thing only eight cases out of one thousand i The doctor says there are oi.e bun-j just to teach housewives to use such and eighty which come under the cirtd and twenty-five new cavr. pel (menus oftener. even of it doesn't break scalpel, were assertions made by Dr ,ay at the Mayo hospital and of these, j the high price of eggs!" J M. Diaz, of Santa Fe, who has just! percent come under the surgical j The Hdye Park girls voted to join returned from a prolonged visit to thojr;,re of the Mayo Brothers and lbir ;the strike at one of their weekl Mayo's hospital at Rochester, Alinno-:llMjStants. sola. i Dr. Diaz left Santa Fe two monllis ago for Chicago, whore he at'.ended j the fourth annual session of the din- i ic-al congress of surgeons held 'n the! Windy City and attended, he says, by j J,0i0 surgeons from all ovpr th"j United States and Canada. j From Chicago he fent to Rochester, i Minn., where he put in' his time study-! ing the methods of the Mayo Rro-! (hers, surgeons of world-wide fame, j "It has been stated that the Mayo s j achieve success largely by the speed j with which they wield the knife," j raid Dr. Diaz. ' I should rather sayi it was the wonderful precautions theyj take before wielding it the care in the selection of their patients who come on the surgical table. It is real ly marvelous the way they have intro duced 'system' in surgery from the moment the patient arrives until hej leaves the hospital cured CoflW A n export's st'i'Vicc fiw. Tic picks out your tiofl'oo for you anl pays your grocer for it Iiiinself if you don't approve liis clioicc. That's the true liiean-ius- of itioiieyhack with Schilling's Best. aroma-tlght cans, ever cleanly granulated. In fresh The forests of Florida contain Evtrv de-1 different kinds of wood. 175 GUADALUPE, 15-YEAR-OLD GIRL, IS THE ANGEL OF THE REBEL ARMY IN MEXICO - ..- ... , 'i lTtL'i4M!V . miirM j&'y Shw lun cheons, which, according to custom, must not cose more than len cents a plate. Their first 10-cent eggless menu was as follows: Consomme. Fried Pork Chops. Tomato Salad Apple Pie. We had to serve apple pie instead of pumpkin, and omit t lie mayonnaise ! dressing from the salad." said Kather- -ine M linger, leader of the striking) Iglrls. "P.ttt we simply will have to j make such sacrifices until the price or eggs comes uown. j "And let all the other schoolgirls In America join the boycott, and just watch that price come down!" Eggless Breakfast For Week, menus, arranged by Miss Campbell, the famous instructor in domestic science at Hdye Park high school in Chicago: No. 1. Sliced Oranges. Fried Mush ( Broiled Bacon Browned Potatoes Toast Coffee No.' 2. Stewed Prunes. Boiled Rice Bacon. Dried Apples Coffee. No. 3. Jlananas. Cracked Wheal Codfish on Toast. Coffee. No. 4. Apple Sauce. Pancak-s Chipped Dried Beef on Toast. Coffee. No. 5. Oatmeal. Ham and Fried Sweet Potatoes. Coffee. No. 6. Corn Flakes. Liver and Bacon. Fried Potatoes. Coffee, No. 7. Stewed Apricots. Sausage. Fried Siveet Potatoes. Coffee. Ethel Nelson, a Hdye Park I Domestic Science Student. 1 jmmmm hut i CERTIFICATE OF COMPARISON. I'niied States of America, State ol' iVw .Mexico. h. It is hereby cert ilied, that the an nexed is a lull, true and complete triinseript or the Certificate of Incor poration of Sun Lorenzo Land and ,,, I Mining Company (No. 7.HI with the endorsements tnereon, as same ap- The girl in the photograph uniioiilil edlv wears a costume made in Den mark or Xnnvay, where th understand t lie manufacture of clothe? for extremely cold climates. i Some of the women are qul'e at tractive. Most ot them have Matter; . , ri(,,.k ,,f Haj( Commission faces, however, than the one here , linve hereunto set their hands and af shown. She lives at Therasak. north-1 ix(( t, Keili 0f saiil Commission, at west (Irei nland. and is of part Danish ()ll i(v (1f Santa F', on this second blood. ,i:1y of December, A. D.. IMS. Trousers are common to both sexes. HCGIl II. WILLIAMS, pears on file and of record in the ollice 'of the Slate Corporation Commission, i In Testimony Whereof, the I'ltair- and the forms of head dress are prae l(Seal) Chairman. Attest: KDWIX F. COARD. Clerk. 2nd day of December, l!il". It. L. BACA. JOHN It. .McFIK. K. P. DAVIES. 7 MRS. AI. II. I'.YItl). M. P. .MANZA.VARKS, K. B. PATTICRSOX. Slate of Xew Mexico. County of Santa Fe. ss. On this "lid day of December. A. !)., ItiKI. before inn personally appeared 111. L. Baca. John l(. AlcFie, E. P. Da vies, Airs. AI. II. Hyrd, AI. P. Alanza Inai'es. K. M. Patterson, to me known i to be (hi; persons named in and who ' executed the foregoing certificate of incorporation and acknowledged that. ; they executed the same as their free (act and deed. ! IN' AVITX12SS W'MKItF.OF. I have ' hereunto set my hand and seal the (day of the month and the year herein ! luent ioned. LAl'HA W. WOOD, j (Seal i Notary Public. My commission expires Xov. 24. 11)17. F.NDl IRSF.I): Xo. 7711 Cor. liee'd- Vol. 6. Page I'l:'. Certificate of Incorporation of San Lorenzo Land and Mining Company. Filed in office of Slate Corporation Commission, Dec. '1. Mil!; 2 p. m. KDWI.V F. COAUD, fically the same. The men of south Creenland wear a garment called a timlak, made of bird skins, the fea-: Certificate of Incorporation of San thers being turned inward. 1 lifi tim-i Lorenzo Land and Mining Company.; Clerk. Ink has a hood which is drawn over we, the undersigned, in order to! compared KDC to .I.JO. the head in the open air. Another form a corporation for the purposes . state of Xew Mexico, garment called, anorak, a sort of vest, hereinafter stated, under and pur- j County of Santa Fe.--ss. made of cotton, is worn over the tim-lsuant to the provisions of the act of J hereby certify that tills instrn- jink. The trousers are made of seal- the legislature of .New .Mexico, en- ,nHnl was fjH,i for record on the 3rd skin, and the same material is cm-1 titled: "An Act to regulate the torma-;,av ot- December. A. I)., 1!H3, at. 10 nloved fertile footgear, which serves ! tioii anil government of corporations o'clock a. in., and was duly recorded ! the double purpose of sock and shoe, j for mining, manufacturing, Industrial j j 1,00k Xo. 2 of the records of Corpn. j Tlin combination Is called kamils. i and other pursuits," approved .March : )a(,p c, on tlii : Itrd day of December, These consist of an inner sock, with 15th, lStia, and the acts ameniiatory 1 i, i;i;j I he fur turned inward, and an out- j thereof and supplemental thereto, do; witness my hand and seal of office side shoe, made of hairless, water- ' hereby certify as follows: .M. A. ORTIZ, tight hide. Into the fur interior the i naked foot Is put. I The women also of south ;!reen- land wear a jacket made of bird skin, but it differs from the men's garment ; in that it has no hood. Instead of j the hood there is a high collar made of black fox fur. 1. M. County Clerk, Santa Fe Co., N' V. I. A LA RID, Deputy. CERTIFICATE OF COMPARISON. I'nited Slates of America, State of Xew .Mexico. ss. It is hereby certified, that the an nexed is a full, true and complete in the city of Santa Fe, New .Mexico, j imnHeript of the Certificate of Stock 11ml .1. R. AlcFie is designated as the , holders' Xon-Liability of San Lorenzo I statutory agent therein, 111 charge j,and and Alining Company (Xo. 771M Experiments with various chemical tll(..m,f, al,u upon whom process ' willl (be endorsements thereon, as extinguishers for fighting national for-: apaiIIBt t,0 corporation may be served. 'salm, appears on file and of record in The name of the corporation is: SAN LORKXZO LAND AND MINING COAIPA.N'Y. 0. The registered office of tin' corpo ration Is No. 103 Washington Avenue, est fires have not. been very success I'ul. The unlimited supply or oxygen in the open, forest officers say, tends to neutralize the effect of the chemicals. 3. The objects for which the corpora tion are formed are: Slate Corporation YOUNG SUR- WOMEN: NUMBER PRISING. The number of young women who the office of the Commission. ! In Testimony Whereof, the Chair- To acquire, own, lease, occupy, use, j man and Clerk of said Commission buy. sell, cultivate, improve, deal in, jliave hereunto set their hands and af nianage any and all kinds of real and j fixed the seal of said Commission, at personal property of every nature and the City of Santa Fe, on this second description; 'day of December, A. D., 1013. To mine or otherwise to extract or i JK'fill H. WILLIAMS, Chairman, of these days have a pretty erod taste of civilization. These natives are Eskimos, or half breeds. In return for furs and !ish jthey sell to their visitors and for ser vices they render, they get. much ELECTRIC LINE IS THE TOPIC NOW EyreRPmss Attn. Guadalupe, the Mexican "White Cross Girl" Photographed by Durborough. (By W. H. Durborough, Stall Pho tographer and Correspondent of the New Mexican.) Juarez, Mex., Dec. 6. Guadalupe C'andelaria came into Juarez this morn ing, driving along in her single-horse sulky, her rifle resting carelessly over her left arm. She drew up in front of rebel head quarters and then I snapped the ac companying photograph, of her. Mexican girl. Guadalupe C'andelaria. She is rebel to the core and. as 1 stood watching, she repeatedly cross ed the field of my magnifying glasses Guadalupe was there with her sulky, and I saw her make trip after trip in to the thick of the bullets, pickiug up a wounded man here and another there. She could carry but one at a time Clcudcrift. X. AI., Dec. ti, 1913. j A heavy snow fell Wednesday night j and Thursday morning. The ground is covered with several inches. F. AI. Clough of the B. & B. Depart ment of the El Paso & Southwestern System is here to superintend the re pair work at the pump house. The pump house is to be recovered as is also the residence occupied by the pumper. It is rumored that the El Pa so & Southwestern System will move j the Electric Light Plant from its pre- j sent local ion and put it at the pump house where it can bo run throughout the year giving service at Cloudcroft during the winter as well as during the j summer. This would no doubt mean a big saving to the as the light plant ' and pumping plant coul be operated j Greenland Belle. The arctic explorers and whaler ai wove trmeh f!repnTnH before thev iw. ,inhu hnhu nnnii villi Unff.n- wit h wen if back, dizzv and nerv-1 remove all kinds of minerals, ores, (Seal! the result that the native Oreeiilanders ous Bpells, dull headache and wearl- oils and timber from any lands owned, i Attest : . , , ,,, , ness is surprising. Kidney and blad- acquired, leaseu or occupied oj me mrai.i r. 1 imhu, un. der ills cause these troubles, but if company, or from any other lands ; .'Certificate of Stockholder's Non-Lia-Foley Kidney Pills are taken as di-1 To buy and sell, or otherwise to deal bility of San Lorenzo Land and reeled relief follows promptly, and j or traffic in lands, mines, oils, wood,! Mining Company the ills disappear. Contain no habit timber, and all other materials, and; This is to certify that the under m, . ,, ...,...1 1,1 ,,.,. ! r !,,, ,.rwi,,,.tu (hereof, and anv ar-1 sinned, heliic all the original Incorno- 1 I if. ,Q PnlKKTllK U Urtlll.Y ,l.-ll.-it JiiK ; I H IWl O WIU lliltr icm'i ill'- i.v, iinmi- : 1 neree . . - ",'" " ,n j...., ,,,,.1 iuiv iinri ael nnv ami f ni-tinrii nn. thereby associating mem all kinds of merchandise, goods, and , selves together, under the provisions wares, either at wholesale or retail, tor Section 23, Chapter 79, enacted by. and to that end to conduct, own. oper-; the .'Kith Legislative Assembly of New ate. lease buy and sell stores, shops, ' A'exico. approved March 15th, 1905 warehouses and business locations: : for and on behalf of themselves and To engage in and carry on other jail oilier stockholders who may be nianiifaciuriiig, mining, fOlistruct ion con e associated with them and sald or transportation business of any , corporation, do lieieliy declare that kind or character w hatsoever, and to j there shall he no stockholder s liabtli tliat end to uctiuire, hold, own and dis- ty on account of any stock issued by pose of slocks, bonds, or any other j the said corporation, and that all ( oonglllioiis or secuiiiieH 01 any coi-t sioeiuioitiers ol said '-oi porai 1011 snail MOST WONDERFUL GOWN SEEN ON NEW YORK STAGE THIS SEASON together that way during the winter for about what It now costs to run the pumping plant and the revenue would j be quite large during the winter months from the light service given. At the regular meeting of the Busi- j ness .Men's Association Tuesday night; much correspondence from the Pecos j Valley relative to the proposed Cloud- j croft Pecos Valley Electric Line was j read and it was ordered sent to Air. C. ! C. Carroll of the First National Bank, i Sprinfield, 111., who is promoting this J line. There has been a hitch on the right of way from Hope to Artesia and as soon as this is cleared up some-; a very different situation a week or so ago. It was on the battlefield of La Mesa, where Rebel Gen. Villa de feated the federal army after a bloody three days' battle. My first view of her was during the second day's tight and Villa s cavalry was desperately charging up the sides of the mest (bluff) where the federal position was, in the face of cannon, machine guns and rifle volleys. Men were falling rig;ht and ieft. I was standing in an automobile out of the range of fire, viewing the scrap with field glasses. (You know, it was my business to take photographs and deliver them, not pose as a target for lead.) There were many examples of great heroism, but none as great, I thought as the heroism of this 15 year old in that ratfley bang old sulky of hers,'h'"R definite will be done by the gen- j tiemen wno are promoting tue line. : A line of this kind would mean much I hnt liRiintlv nhp lifted the man in her- I saw this fifteen year old girl lnjBelt The Bne,d , besjde hjln and make that Mexican nag gallop to the rear for all he was worth. . I was biiBy watching the movements and didn't count how often she reap peared on and around the firing line, but she was there at least a dozen times. The rebels call Guadalupe the "White Cross Girl". She's the only one I have heard of in this bitter, des perate land of blood. She carries no white flag, but a pole with a rebel banner is fixed to the back of her sulky. In the little box back of the seat she carries a bundle of linen for band ages, needles, thread, scissors and a few bottles of antiseptics,- all of it very crude beside the kits of the Red Cross nurses with a well-equipped army. to both the mountain section of the county as well as the Pecos Valley. The outlook for the construction of this line is very good at this time and it is hoped that the citizens in the Artesia and Hope section will do everything possible to secure their end of tho right of way. HIM- THE MAN WHO NEGLECTS SELF. When his condition points to kidney trouble takes an unwise risk. Back ache, pain and soreness over the kid neys, nervous or dizzy spells, poor sleep, are all symptoms that will dis appear with the regular use of Foley Kidney Pills. They put the kidneys and bladder in a clean, strong and healthy condition. Sold by The Capi tal Pharmacy. IS w poratkm, individual or copartnership; To own, build, construct, operate, he exempt from all liability on account of any stock issued o? held by them, manage and control ditches, reser-; 1 xcept such liability for the amount j voirs. canals, telephone lines, bridges, ;of the capital stock certified to havii roads and highways; i been paid, in property or cash, at the 1 The business or purpose of the com- time of the commencement of busi ness. IN WITNESS AVHEKEOF, We, the said incorporators have hereunto set our hands and seals this 2nd day of December. A. I.)., 1913. II. L. BACA. JOHN R. AlcFlE, E. P. DAVIES, AirtS. M. 11. BYRD. AI. P. MANZAVARES. K. 11. PATTERSON. pany is from time to time to do any one or more of the acts and tilings herein set forth: and it may conduct its business in other states, and in ter ritories, and in foreign countries, and may have one office, or more than one office, and keep tiie hooks of the com pany outside of the state of New Mexico, except as otherwise may he provided by law; and may hold, pur chase, mortgage and convey real and personal property, either in or out of Slate of New Mexico. the state of New .Mexico; j County of Santa Fe. ss. Without in any particular limiting; On this second day of December, any of its objects or powers, it is here- j A- D., 1913. before me personally ap by expressly declared and provided I feared It. L. T:ira, lohn R. McFie, E. that the corporation shall have power j P. Da vies, Air". M. II. Byrd, AI. P. to issue bonds and other obligations ! A'anzanares and K B. Patterson to me in payment for property purchased or known to be the persons named in acquired by it, or for any other object, j and who executed the foregoing and in or about its business; to mortgage : within instrument and acknowledged or pledge any stocks, bonds or other that they executed the same as their securities or obligations ,or any prop-! tree act and deed, erty which may be acquired by it, to! IN WITNESS WHF.REOF, I have secure anv bonds nr other obligations hereunto set my hand and seal the by it issued or incurred; to guarantee 1 dav and year in this certificate above any dividends, or bonds, or contracts, 1 written. or other obligations; to make and per-' form contracts of any form or descrip tion, and in carrying on its business or for the purpose of attaining or fur thering any of its objects, to do any and all other ai-ts, and to vxeicioi- any and all other powers, which a corpo LAURA W. WOOD. (Seal) Notary Public. Aly commission expires Nov. 24. 1917. ENDORSED: No. 7715 Cor. Rec'd. Vol. 6. Page 242 Certifi- ration or natural person could do or cute of Stockholders' Non-Liability of exercise, and which now or hereafter i San Lorenzo Land and Mining Corn may be authorized by law. pany. 4. i Filed In office of State Corporation The total authorized capital stock 1 Commission. Dec. 2, 1913; 2 p. m. of the corporation is $2,000,000.00, di-! EDWIN F. COARD, vided into 200.000 shares of the nar i Clerk. Many a fashionable New York modiste has been besought to "make me a gown iike that," after one of her w ealthy patrons has seen a certain creation worn by Georgia Caine, as M yrianne, in the musical comedy, "Adele." The dress is hand painted and has a bouffant tunic of white tulle about the hips. The effect, when Miss Caine moves about the stage, is not unlike a swirling cloud ot mist, so gossamery is the drapery. value of $10.00 each, all of which stock shall be common stock. The amount of the capital stock with which the corporation will commence busi ness is $5,000.00. 6. The names and postoffice addresses Qf the incorporators and the number of shares of stock for which severally and respectively we do hereby sub scribe are as follows: R. L. Baca, 450 shares, Santa Fe, N- Mex. John R. McFie, 10 shares, Santa Fe, Compared EDC to J.IO. State of New Mexico, County of Santa Fe. ss. I hereby certify that this instru ment was filed for record on the 3rd day of December, A. D., 1913, at 10 o'clock a. m., and was duly recorded in book No. 2 of the records of Corpn. page 94. on this 3rd day of December, A- D., 1913. Witness mv hand and seal of office. M. A. ORTIZ, County Clerk, Santa Fe Co., N. M. V. I. ALARID, Deputy.