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THE ALBUQUERQUE M0RN1XG JOURMl. THURSDAY. I'MJiRY 12. 1911.
What Prominent Albuquerque Men Think of the Constitution V y y y t V A. f y y y y y t y y y f y y y y y y y y y y y j y y y y y y y y y y y EO'.'.nr X'.rt:js Ji.urn.jl. "They whom the 0xi wish to destroy they first mk msd." It may l considered pr'jrsp t ;. xc.J perksp imf:!iie fur a prohibitionist t rrt'irbte fcb fellow laborer in the cj. f r thir ataaats'. to a!h'.xt. but candor roropt'jt me to characterize the effort and X'U uttrnc of those divine ho arrogate to themselves the leadership of the prohibition party ft frlvilous and il logical; thrir statensm ir.ts iadlng and full of misrepresentations. These pople are urging the re jection of lfc tonMitsilion ctnjri'y on at-jnt .f failure of th tonve ntion to fr.sert to t?ie crganic til prohiJ.ittry prt-.ij..n. They would Ignore all the food feature In the crsstituti.-ti. d.fregsrd the Vnif cOfl'ni'4 strurrle for independence, our urgent demand for permanent law that would in- er , mersw resource. They wou;d, lik the dog "1 the bone, Jose the ubtvne for the shadow. They would acrlfle the material benefit that r5jlt from statehood, statehood nc achieved, then will the people have an oppor tunity tn upon prohibitory legislation through their chosen representative. At the preent tim, w are not certain tht a rmjorlty of the voter of the territory are In favor of a prohibitory la. Evidently a mejor'ty of the (hwii delegate of both parti? !n the re-mention did not approve of inserting a prohibitory provision In the organic act and wisely, too. f"r good and sufficient reatona An l,-iuw it doe not t-'tjn tt-r. and th other, that no opportunity had been aiied the voters t i!r;are thrtr wiht von the jt)et. to theae (trenuoua aJ vki- for the rJtia of the en at.tvtin tLeTe in tnaJ'jrUy rule? Thir uuerancea and freijeBt mireireaentatlon of facU wouM tutsnt the preface of "J-kr" n the altitude of the clerical reformer. There may U aome, a irt Btjdm'fvreHd. u fr auth efat'c prfrman(-ea, Imputatina. at a rule, without a of ft t warrant them, are dpki'! and rowardiy, but when constantly reaorted ta by th enemiea of the c-fritltution, they cannot cmpiasn If they are made to uk their oa medicine. It ha been hi pereJ iitjct that aoroe of the moral reffrmer are In lh aervke of polltir-al enemiea of the toa atjtutlon. Perish the thought. Tet the people look on in wonder and urprie at the mlnlater on the rt'flm, and th m!n!eter In the pulpit; the one affiliating with the democratic loargnt. Mx'ialiMa, and womaa au!Trae adiratea. the other pranelcff about on the platform kicking chairs to pier, takiitf trw votes a(airvt the constitution and all the while uttering fa!e representations a to the make Op of the ronatl rational convention. And what if there nere e!ev;ti Ikiuor dealers in the convention Ar? they any worse thaa the ones who patronise them? Were It not tor the deirradirir habit of rtrlnkin there would be no aaloonn. To my certain knowledge. thre cf these liquor d'.rs sho were members of that rv!ld convention are good and respectable cftiaenm. The other eixht are lriMna!!y unknown to me, tat I prwume that they had the for. ffd-nce of their ron!i!uenu or they voold nt have beta there. The cause of prohibition will not be advanced by heaping eontumMy nd abuse upon thr.e who art engaged In the liquor traffic. The remedy is within ourelts. "Cast the beam out of our oa eye ft ret ere we take the mote from that of our tseighbors." Choos men to represent uj la our tegllturs and In congress who lil faithfully represent us. and if it Is the will of the majority, prohibttioa will prevail. The writer has advocated prohibitory tesltlation , many years and wuld to even further than most others, la striking at the root of the evil. He wouid have federal ell't to prevent the dMKUtlon of alcohol, as there are many suhetituus st hand bth for medical and it ntirtc us. History records that in 144 the great wedh reformer, Gus Uus Vasa abolished the dit;!!a;!?n of alcohol. With the great curse removed, the nation flour ished, grew prosperous, and was happy. For successive centuries after, fluctuations ia the laws of Sweden occurred. Ia the language of O'Carlhein Guilensteln, chief of the statistical department of Sweden, the result preved that a vigorously maintained prohibition against spirits showed the enor mous beru-fU produred In moral, economical and other effects by abstinence. Thus the nation roe, sr.d fei!, grew prosperous and happy, miserable and degraded at its law-maker restrained or permit ted the manufacture and sals of thai wbkft alt along In its history was the nation's greatest curse. A. W. HARRIS. V V y y y y y y V yi yi : v t v 4 y y V f y y y y y V t y y y t y y y t y y ENTHUSIASM RUNS HIDTATRALLYAT TULAHOSA EX-GOVERNOR CI SHY AND OTHERS MVKE ADDRESSES B'g Meeting for Statehood WIIi: Be Held at Alar.cgorda cn January 17 ard Another at; Tularcsa. i4a MHMtrh the Karaiac 4raall Tslaros, X. VI . Jan. 11. A Urge and iHe'y ttatthxl Ml'.y was held here Ust night asj gvJ cheer and 'B'hsKasm for the c-nitu!.on pre vaiSed. The mt:r;g a as called to ordr by Dr. Haell and ex-governor Gorge Curry as thn e'etted ctmir-n-.an of the srthr!r The speakers were CapL Currv. J-jdg Ftaleup of Aiamogurdo and J. H Canning of Carrii..o. Stait-yp's address was par ticularly gvi. At one point In his taia he stid he cacil.diy believed that ted this identical constitution been dratted by a i. motratic majority he uld think it lie bt ob he had ever read. As it is he believes it is si.rtny the utunirrivus vote of the p-op'e. Another and m re Important meet ing for srateht t ..nvsters will be held at Alamogwrd" lm IT, and another at Tularosa on the f jllosing day. At these meetings a ill be present Co v. Mills, H. O. B:ruis. Judge A. B. Fall, O. A. Liirrvi. !o and H. B. Fr lsi When buying a co'jjrh medicine for children bear in mind that Chamber Urn's Cough Remedy is most effectual U:T colds, croup and whooping cough ind that It contains no harmful drug. For sale by all dtaiers. MySSsVtstsCsisiMtW ELECTION DAY IS DECLARED LEGAL Laa Cruet wbero he will Inspect th company of infantry of th New Mexi co national gusrd at that place . Scrxling (hit lll BookA. Acting Rcrtiiry Coard ttwlay sent out the poll book to all the counties of the territory fr the election which take place Januscy SI. January 21 Set Aside By Gover nor Mills to Be Observed as Free Day Throughout Territory. Ittch Is th MaraJag Jwwl Hunt 1. N. it., lany. II. Comply ing wilh th iwijcrt of many persons, tlovi-rn'ir Wilis at nn today lued a pr lamallon declaring B.iturd)iy, Jiinuiiry 11. M h is the Oay on oiiii h the mfltuli"B e "'-J on, a legul holiiLty to b so otjserved throughout the territory. The gcv-rnor't f.rvUmntion Is found in another o.I.mm and 11I luM'.es i r-d with intt-rrM b the stitenood boosters ho are a I'Kion. Ftatninatton. ( The siierintrnlent of public in (traction agnin c;i!i attention to the evsminalion for twohrrs' certifl iatef. to be h-!4 on Friday, January 11, and Faturd iV, Jamisr)' 14. The et Hirilrintlon hre will I at the bSith hoo building. In Itio Arriba n.m t the evaDiilutto!:! be held at Knj.ati'iU anj TL-rra Am irilia. Appointed iNlcsate. Ir. J. J. tichultr of Raton. Colfax county, was today apfvolnted by (lov- ernor Mills as a delegate to the spe cial conference on medical education and legislation of the American Medi cal congress at Chicago, March 1, S and 3. TAX 111 IaimI l otrlco. Th following er the land entrlf made yesterday at the local land of fice: Thomas C. Rivera. Chamila, ftio Arriba county: Aubron Savedra, Albiinuernue; Orge W. Winter. Ktanlpy. Hanta Fe county; William B. Miller, Ftancl. Torrance county, and Charlta O. ll)er. Hyrr. For the Trcanry. Territorial Treasurer M. A. Olern has r-elved the following sums for the treasury: From J.vckson Agee, treamrer of Oranl count), 14 41:4 45; Jue K. Torres, treasurer of fiMrro county. 15.41! ft; from Game and Fish Warden tlable, $1.TS, and from Fdxard 1- Kafford, clerk of the first Judicial district court, ITIl IrrlgatPm lnbi-iii. II. It. Ilening of AlbtKieuriue. sec rtarv of the N Mn.Ro bureau of )mniiKr.itU.n. ca11'-! on Territorial Fn Klneer Charie IX Miller yestcrdny and n.ane a rrariiT m nip t piiblmh c rtutn p..rti..t of the territorial eit tMrie. r bl nnl.i repi.rt. Mr lle'tlr iUiiro to $ ;i! Ufi Ms"ir t m hrr.g on e ir:ff"!'"n I'"'' 'Oi of Nw Me. lo. Colorado t'orMiTalln. The Orc..t Western XVo.l ".rutter"' corporation of (' ! ra.' i ha f;led In corporation p .lH f in tin- territorial s ri t?ir 's t.ffire. The i!.!. t t of the corporation !s tlie wrowing sheep and wrwil and dealing in the am. The board of directors lscompoe of lir. Pitt A Wa.ie and A C. Wude of ("j.nin citv, Colo., and W. I". llllen vater of AlbtMUeriu. the litter be ing the New Mnifo aiserit. .th load office In lU-rnalHIo conn')' Mytk- 41rlc. rHiliers have bvn filed In the nee rctsr;.' office by the supreme ruling of the Kratemal Mmic Circle, of IMitludolphla county. Fa. The objwt of this clrtle "is to unite fraternally white pernons of proper age and goo-1 social and moral character In a fra ternal snd beneficial relief aocicty." Notary I'ul.lh1. Governor Mills ha appointed Will lam T. Wade of Taihsti, Kooseveit county, a notary public. SPEAKERS TO START IRK IN COUNT! T HIS AFTERNOON Went to I Cruise, Adjutant Oenersl Hr.Kkes left ye. erduy for Altiunuvriitic and theme to Statehood Meetings to Be Held in Ranches de Albuquerque and Las Padillas Today, Stumping the county In the Inter et of mteho .il will begin In earnest In the uutside preclm-ts this afternoon ahen tu delegation" of stump speak era will leaie tlie N. n I'artiua Slate- hood hendiiuiirierj lilt teams t I: 39 and drlvv to li..n. h.. de Albuijuer oue and las I'sdMlo vhre big meet Ititft have ten Mrransed. la tail, i.f the pret lni t by presln4 mciiivi were outlined an enthuai astir meeting of th Non-Fnrtisnn !ej.gue last evening. liii.orH from the onintde preiimts are very eg eurnging and It l believed that the vote on election il iy lll not only be large, but that It will Ik practically unanimous fi-r the ratifbatlun of the coimtltutb.n. The following speakers Here last nitht aasignrd to go to Kanchos de Aliiiiit!ier'tie (oday. all of whom hate consented to make the trip and each make file and ten minute talks on dlf ferent ph-mee of the nnnltution: M K. 1IK key. C.eorge It. Craig. F. W Clancy, Feilx Itac. M V. Vigil. A. A Si-dlllo. J. H. lllveta and J W. Wil son. Those 8signed to go t Fadlllas are as follows: Frnk A Hgbbeil, A COLLECTIONS TTO 91 PER CENT Board cf Equalization Finds Great Improvement in Condi tions for 1909 and 1910; Dis trict Attorneys Active. (IperUI IH-patrk Ike Meraiag 4arasl Kania Fe, X. M . Jan. 1 1. Detlar. ing thai the taves levied for the year l and collected In ll have been far above the average and praising the district attorneys of New Mexico f.r their activity in carrying out the recommendations made last January, the members of the territorial board of equalisation made a report todsy howlng the collections of taxes will amount almost to ninety per cent this year. The hoard ha come to the conclus ion that there will be no material ehange in the valuation and classifi cations of property during the year ltl. The following extract from the re pi.rt which It being prepared was given out this afternoon: rnfortunate Year. "The taxes levied for the vear 10 and collected during the year 1S1 have been far above the average which Is very gratifying, all condition llng considered The year ha been one of almost unparalleled drouth; the cattle and sncep men have been heavy losers; the products of the farms have been very much curtailed. GoM follcj-tkin. X--twIths?ar.d!re these nnforttinnte conditions the collections to date have been approximately 5 5 on an svernge throughout the territory and with the delinquent taxea to come in will amount to something over .JO per cent. Frabies AltiM-nO. ""'ur district attorneys have awak ened to th ituatUn and we heartily congratulate them on accepting the recommendations of this hoard made at the Inst year's session, that of January. 1J1." The board will probably adjourn tonight or tomorrow forenoon. it. Stroup. H. F. Itaynolds. Klfego Haca, Uamon Archuleta. Selerlno Crollott, I. M. Ferguson. J. M ftando h. Felipe C.urule. and UC.De Ha. a. Among those present at the meet ing of the Xon-Partiann league last ni:ht were p. M. Ferguson, F. A. Muhhell. A. It. Stroup. M. U Stern, A. It McC.affey. W. Hopewell. H P. Owen. lr. C. M Conner M K. Mickey. C. O. Cuhmn. Pr. J. 11. Vr..th, A. It. M. Msl!in. F. W. Clancy, ltotwrt Moore. M. A. Hob. M. C. urtls. Jem llomero, E. A. Mann, Bd It W. Hopkins. . COMPLETE FOR THE ITS Two to Or.e is Majority Against Prohibition Candidates for Justice cf the Peace in Ros well. " Imperial f ri-awi t Merwlag Jasirwall Roswell. "N. M . Jan. 11 The elec tion of jtice of the pe-ace In the two precincts of Kosweil Monday as the hottest in the history of the town except the prohibition election test April. It was up to the prohi bitionists yesterday to elect a Justice In favor of prohibition, for, under the law, sne of them must be appointed police judge, and the police Judge has the enforcement of the prohibition ordinance. -They failed to elect In either prwinct, the "wets" electing M. W. Witt over A. J. Welter, the present Jatice, In Precinct Xo. 1, by thirty-seven majority and re-electing II. D. Bell, an avowed "wet,"' over D. P. Cireiner, who was boomed by the dries." In the second precinct, the "wets" won by more than two to one. The first precinct was supposed to be "dry," but It extendi twenty miles north and a bunch of thirty six men who came In one lot from the Acme cement mill, fourteen miles north, carried the day for the "wets." In the first precinct L. P. Uucker defeated David Martin and Bevy C. Hughen for constable and In the sec ond Fred Itehrintter was re-elected constable over A. A. Chavez. It was a complete "wet" victory. Constipation Is caus of many ailments and disorders that make life miserable. Take Chamberlain' Stomach and Lher Tablets, keep your bowel regular and you will avoid thes diseases. For sale by all dealer. BLAND ELECTION FOR JUSTICE OF PEACE IS A MOST STRENUOUS ONE Eland, X. M.. Jan. 11. Intense ex citement prevailed at the precinct election here today and an exception ally heavy vote wag polled, seven In all. J. M. Morris was elected justice of the peace by a majority of one vote and F. D. Hopkins was elected con stable by a majority of two. thus running ahead of the ticket. No cas ualties were reported up to th clos ing of the poll and the city jail Is full. The c.r.TUutl'-n will carry here. A IRea! Homimeir Our Green Tag Sales owing to the big values we giveare al ways a success and our present sale eclipses them all. We have just added some big bargains Hats and Shoes at Green Tag Prices Hats at $1 .90 worth $3.00 and Shoes worth $3.50 and $4.00 at $2.40. All standard goods including W. L. Douglas $3.50 and $4 Shoes SIMON STERN TheXentral Ave. Clothier SUMY mum Great Sledge Hammer Sale Is onPrices on All Lines of Our Shoes Am Reduced, Some to One-Half and Less A part of th rra-on we are !hhi-cv leaning Is to make room for our now Srins Jdioe, ulticli will soon he Iwtc. Aool-r part b lo tic yoa fa-er titan ever to ibis loMi-a- of (wnmI Sinai. tlx- Immix- that never kmer Its standard. Don't miss, till opportunity. Here are a few price ju to give you an iil-a of uliat l going on: Pr. A. Heed's Cu-l lon Sole Tor Men and Women; regular price, t; 0 special sale price S3.KS Men's $1.50 Calf and Patent l!liH-r.er, new style, high t'-e. spe cial tl.JS One 1x4 of Gunnietal Oxfords, in blucher ft lye. with plain toe made by G. Edward Smith; regular $J.7S oxfvrds, special at ...ll.fi One Ijot of Patent Ijeatlter Oxford plain toe, blusher style; regularly sold for tl-59, choice now for enly ;.S5 Owe I-ot of 1.0d Oxfortb, in at tractive, blucher style, wilh tips, made by the well-known Krip p ndorf-Ditman Co.: regular 14 05 oxferds, very special choice -I2.S5 About 200 Pairs of K. C. Barfs Mioe that reguUrly sell Tor H.00 St. St and tS.40, on ;! at half and less. These shoes run mostly in odd sizes and narrow lasts; come in vtci kid, patent and tan, either lact or button. Ton can t find a bigger bargain anywhere in America than thi? one take your pick of the entire li t for only tl About 1(M I-air Short Lots and odd s.tes In Mioses" shoes that sold at HOC. Il.ii) and t4.). This gives yoa a very fine opportunity to pick up some very special bar gain. Thea shoes are ali good, dependable and serviceable, made from solid leather. pU-asir.g style; your choice, very spexi&l S2.0O About 100 Pairs of Women's Pump ami Oxfords mostly short lots and odd 8:2-: values in these ran to Jt 59, very siH-clal, choice of the lot If you find your sixe In this lot you will find a rare bargain. All Women's M.00 and $3.50 Shoe in ail styles, on sale at only. $2.35 All Our Newest l ines of Women's Mmri tht regularly sell at 14.00. tt.l') and 15.00, in latest styles end lasts; new velvets, patents, velour, ete,; also patents with dull glove kid uppers and velvet tops, and many others take your pick now for only $2.85 THE IDEAL SHOE STORE The Home of Good Shoes 105 So. Second Street 4.1 QQMAJORiTY FOR F IVECQUNTIES Members of Territorial Board cf Equalization, in Session at Santa Fe, Have Facts and Fi Tnroe 01 vdi Chaves County, Eddy County, 50. Grant County. 400. Sandoval County, 709 San Miguel County, Total for five counU-s 4.10 to Marwiaw Jsaraall All yellow laundry soaps contain from 20 to 40 rosin. Sunny Monday Soap contains no rosin that's why it's white. It is made from pure materials, and its use means the saving of clothes. Sunny Monday contains a wonderful dirt .starter it saves rubbing, time.and labor. THE K K. FAIR" AN IC COMPANY CHICAGO (Special fmmw Santa Fe. X. M-, Jan. 10. That the constitution will be adopted by a large majority on Saturday. January II. Is the opinion of member of the Territorial Equalization board now in session in this city. These expressions were given this morning to the New Mexican: James F. Hinkle, president of the board, from Roswell and a well known dem ocrat: "Chaves coupty Is goinr. to roll up t b!g a majority as Eddy for the constitution. Together they will sure ly give at least 1000. All business men in our county seem to be for the constitution and the tax payers are strongly la favor of it." Frank P. Jones, Silver City: "C.rant county is for the constitution and every cl'.tren in the county who read the constitution is in faur of it. Editor W. B. Walton of the Silver City Independent has been doing I magnificent work, for the cause and 'you can count on us polling 400 ! majority for the constitution. - J. H. Lutx, Lincoln county: "The eastern -ait of our county is safety I for the constitution but th west Is a little cold about it. We are con fident that the opposition will fade away when the constitution is ex plained and your Rough fUder George W. Armljo I just the man who will come dwn to the voters and tell them what what. We do not anti cipate any trouble. If tile Spanish speaking voter listen attentively t the arguments that ran be adduced in favor of the constitution." Alejandro Sandoval. Sandoval ccun tv: -Our county l going to poll up "00 majority for the constitution and the only opposition is In the county districts whrfe people have not real the constitution." Ir. J M. Cunningham. Ijis Vegas. San Miguel county: " have had an eloquent rampolifil In our county, snd with ell repcvl lo the g--Hl peckers, I eure you there Is no nneseity fr alarm. We? are going U roil w ittsttMMi Uiwt aa a v i majority in San Miguel county for the constitution." Where Spell Hinders Cio. Hon. Jose l. Sena, secretary of the republican party stated thia morn ing that work continues to nrouse enthusiasm throughout the territory for the adoption of the constitution and the following itineraries for speakers have len planned: Candelario Martinez and Msrgarito Romero, to Anton Chico. Guadalupe county. Judge Elward A. Mann, district at torney of Bernalillo county and Hon. C. M. Compton, delegate In the con stitution, from Portales, Ro.evelt county, to Fort Sumner, January 11. Mr. Compton will speak at Vaughn on January 14. On Thursday. Henry Lot. member of the Iktard of F.-juIUation, on his rturn to Lincoln county, will be ac comianled by Probate Clerk George W. Arrrtijo who will m ike a campaign tour in the H..n-lo valley, speakine at Lincoln, pic-acho. Mn Patricio and other points. It wa in that section that Mr. Arm:jo's grandfather the late Cidonel J. Franco Chavex. wss espe cially w ell known, influential and well liked. Sandoval County. Assistant Superintendent of Public Instruction Aca!o Gallegos addresses a statehood meeting tonight at iter nahlio, Sandoval county. Ho finds little opposition to the constitution in that section. Tomorrow noon he speaks at Placitas and in the evening wlil addres mass meeting at Algo dones. FTom there he will go to Pena Ulanca and will talk there on Thursday. BOSTON-NEW MEXICO MINING COMPANY IS ORGANIZED IN MAINE (Speetal CcTep.srmr. t Marwlag f.rwll Auicusta. Me.. Jan. 11. The "Boston-New Mexico Mininsj company" is the nme of a new company, Incorpo tated under the Maine laws, for the (wrpfeo tZ enxaging in mining, trans portation. Irrigation, agriculture, man ufacturing, etc. The proposed stock issue Is 11,500.000. all common. The promoters are: William H. Canter bury', president: N. W. Jordan, ('has. Fleischer. ItoMon, Mass ; Albert D. Howlett, treasurer; Walter I. Wood man, Newton, Maw ; Alphonoo A Wyman. 8omervil!e, Mass.; Parry C. wiggtn. BrtKikline. Mass.: George H. Welwter. Charles II. Hay;, Haver hill. Maes'? A. F. Dunham. Frederick Haie, clerk. Portland. Me. All are director except Mr. Hale. Medicines that aid nature are al ways mwi effectual. Chamberlain' Cough Remedy acts on this plan. It a!!as the cough, relieves the lungs, open the secretions and aids nature In restoring the system to a healthy condition. Thousand have testified to It superior excellence. Sold by al! dealers. 15 off on All Suits at the Hub. Try a Morning Journal Wait Ad THREE WEEKS' REVIVAL BY ROSWELL CHURCHES; LARGE CROWDS ATTEND Imperial rermrteadesee Is wraiag Jesrwill Roswell. X. M., Jan. 10. A three weeks' union revival of all the churches of Roswell was opened last riiht by John E. Brown, speaker, and C. T. Curry, sir.scr. "evangelist! from the eat. The meeting are be ing held in th' armory, which tan le seated to 1408 people, and from which 3u0 were t imed away .thi operlnc nljrht. A chorus choir of ! voices is sinsin? and more voices ar wanted. An orchestra of eight piecd Is afsisting with the music. Feet So Sore Couldn't Walk Down Stairs- TIZ Cured Her Quick If you hare sore feet, tired feet weaty feet, lamo feet, tender feet, smelly feet, corns, callouses or hurt Ions, read what happened to Mrs Crockett, of Jeffersonvtile, TIZ !" IT. Mr. Crockett ays: After the ond treatment she stalked downalr one foot at time. She h not bee able to walk downstairs before In th pa five ram, except by steppln down on each step with one" foot J a time. Ttil U remarkable. five more boxes." No matter what all your feet J what under heaven you have uil without getting; relief, just use Tl It different. It acts right off. ' cure aore feet to tay cured. I" the only foot remedy ever ms" which ars on th principle of draw log out all th poisonous exudation which caue r feet. Powder a"4 other remedies merely rdog up ln pore. TIZ clean thr-m out and keep them clean. Ton will feel better th first time It used. Vse it a week you can forget you ever had sore feet Thetw la nothing on earth that ran compare with it. TIZ Is for tale nil rirugrist. ISe per hot. or direct. If vo wish, from Walter Luther Hodge A ov, chicsgo. HI. Tlecom mn44 and aoid by Ik Kuppe. S1'1 w" Latitral av., Aibu4Ueru.ua, n.