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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 29,1911.
Horning journal (OrrkUl ymfmr t N. Nuh) 11ktii.li 4 by lb JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO. I. A. lUCPHKBSUN rlnrtt JAMK.S S, I!J.A K ....... Mum(Ib Kdltur R. DANA JOHNSON Bdltoe W. A. KKI KHKR Cliy Kdltur K. . K.A.TB -A4tmiUI MtuiM Wtwtera Itopraamiartrc, C. J. ANUKHMUN, BUrqMll UuUdlM. IkhMf. Hi. Ksstrra K.rrattlnl mi. mi R. mi'i.moan, rark . S li rJ am-wr?r.sr.T:r?-J.i J""- - :ttt---.--t... ..-1- Knnr.4 u Moa4-ctM MltM M Um tefflct, t Alhuourii, W. M.. awdar Ml of Oner of Marcfe I. tit. THIS MORKINO JOTHIMl IN TUB f Ainxt kh'i hi r an rArra tr msw MICXK'O, M I'ei'KTIMI THK l"HI lfl.M lr TIIR KH'I HI.K AM CARTV Al l. THK VIR. AMI THR MtTflOIMI Or THI MK H HI H AS f AKTV UMaX TURK AMI KII.UT. land Df Tart enterprise; things to be dune r Ik lit must be done on a wale of million. Mining ifhemci. water power project and reclamation en terprise yet unthough of will need mormon, capital to execute; and It la to be hoped thnt the advent of statehood will mean the aupplantlng of desultory, amaU-capital methods with Uie big cal pinna and their ne cessnry fond. To repeat the truism, what New Mexico now need and la suffering for, la rapltal and great volumes of It. TREE TI.ANTING IN' AIJ1C. targer elrrulaUM tkaa say thi tap la New Mnilctt. The aalr papa ia Jtw Meihw awry r la tha (hi. TKRV OF t IHWHHTIOHl Dsllr, by nail, una tnunth br carrier, ana montk , Tba Moralnf Joaraal baa hlfba elr nlallua rating tkaa la aaearda4 la aar ather paper la Maw Meliea." Tke Aaaarlaaa Mawapaper lMraelary. AiJirgiKHuii MEW MEXICO That llv Dr. Bel aold for UK CAY JM) UKI WISF- That pumping for Irrigation will be the mean of the speedy developmenf of great arcaa of untitled land In the Klu Grand vtilley near Albuquerque la lit nin e evident to a man who ea with big own eye tha remarkable things which have been accomplished In the Mlmbrea valley. Thar the water Is lifted by mean of gasoline, till, iiiiptbii and electric pumps 'from forty to seventy-eight feet and the land la wnivred at a big profit. In Ihli valley the lift ia much lean, eleo trie power la more easily aviilluble mid there la ho doubt on earth of the bounteou aupply of tha water which Underlie tho valley. The visible flow of Ilia Rio Grande la merely a ilrop In the bucket a compared with tha immense Invisible lake which pcrmeote the aoll of the whole cal ley ut very slight depth. If the eo. pl of the Mlmbrea vulley Installing plant at a cost of rrom $3000 to 14000 and 'lifting from forty to aev titty-clght feet can iiump water on the bind and make a fortune out of farming, the farmer! of the Itlo Crai 1 t.il'.cy furl certainly it tt wM V 'ieil their power Will b cheeper, hv.v tntlluthm cost t hi ati'r. and. th wniiln ptiliiiinK pronoMitlon ff'l Jowed out h( n f tcaily redued tinure. Willi bla (uvu Aoll and motor, the fiirmer here will be thoroughly In dependent; he will have to wult tieliher on the cloud nor the capric ious pleiiaure of the unreliable Itlo Hihvo. )lu will not huve to wait until hi neighbor get through water I ii J his hind before he cun Irrigate; when he needs water he can pre the button and the wiaardry of electric, ity will make hi nlfntfa bloaaom a the rose; to mix up our metaphori cal bloNmim a trifle. lie will hav' so to speak, Jupiter I'luvlu. iw 1 r ,f i , , , ..... 'ilon of the tide, branded and hitched to a ,0 ft novel What we need la one thorated with the equipped deniotiHlratlon "n the Hatita Fe. lilant here. If one plan HiieccHB and It Is shown Th article published by thla paper by the ftuitervlaor of the Mania no National Forest on tree-plontlng tn Albuquerque deserve , careful read ing. Th matter of three planting howdnya Is an Important one. Our predecessora confined their efforts In this line mostly to the planting of our old and furzy friend the cotton wood of whom we have had approxi mately enough. We have found nut that there many other much hand aomcr, more ornamental and useful ahada tree which will thrive quite as comfortably as the cottonwood, Now Is the time to plant the tree which will beautify the streets of the coming Albuquerque of 60, 000 peo ple. We owe considerable) to our ancestor and our fore runners here'''n ,tu,e' , . , , , ,J1 the urtiH- i or iiieir inouani uinesa in iiroviuinv.yiijm shade for u and should have (e big win much kind consideration and reM' the chief fjia .me nurn n.iut.pUv 1.1 lia nil hi the dl ' ' " 1911. The trees frequently ana look a little 1(1 gn(j 00iori as to what kind we plant. .em no two - the purpose TIIR IKMIN(J THI P. ; r"" J1"" nn stre to co- rlty and state the g' It is to b junkets w( visits bet' varioua t all of ua, our nelg' other fel: Just a lit TLURE'S BODY IS PIANIST PRAISES PERFECT III FOUND I DEEP K IT may alwa-,. ,r nm , rT i,ai mirio IVL DULLL I VVUUIUO SHOW CAUSE OF DEATH hi way The Mt tlon that I'hlniUn Ico from Remains of Unfortunate Santa Amalgam fe Officer Murdered on Belen Junket o nr, n,..U AIU. vui uii uiuuiii iu niuuLjuui que Last Night. risk. SPE every t" ailka a store iy Mr. Albu ime dec- gowns. In nly a few of a n ii I M WILL CHANGED AlbtKiuerqiitt can learn a lot arB on eJ,h the courteous and remarkably v rltlsens of the town of Demlnf Mexico. The member of tr Commercial club learned a go thing while In Denting, t past week. They learnr deal about the science j of pumping for Irrigating d what wide awake f perserverlng farmer' 1 11 JZZXT" Musical Organi about umted.uion Will Continue to Be work for a lnn,An oC I nnrnar! nnrl ' IMIVOII UO l-OUl I I LA I U UIIU ihaiTin.;' Lindemann Band No, 1, of irrlg i i The h ttbsolittj are b1 uMii s mm DECEASED ,d In the new type ,e tnu nix mallet in yards, near the ma- figure that the wntcr'oday or tomorrow, that It can be mixed i 1 1 can go and look at t' out of the ground, until the pumping fc a recognlited neces, tlcublu method ol allile way to do It A movement lol tlon of auch a i 1 1. 1 would cerluliily'i , . ,, .. moral and fiiuuH-tJod That Wells, Fargo re-pie f the city,, Are Figuring on Cut Z:ZnH """t Other Line Charges jar Future, UK mVT Till ' 1 ' j - mil Intftext to local IiiihIik'sh The erection 0,hur ni,),,,,,. ,lu, . fit Cutler. N. W .. nt. somewhat Indetlnlte as for the trentmai at the Wells, Pnrgo Kxpreas lug ore l an In i-operatitig llh other ex- , ... ciimpanles throughout the ' ' ' "d Hlntes, Canada mid Mexico. In. . a . l . i . . . learning o udolil a avali.ni if rnl, in At a recent meeting of tho musi cians, who recently launched the New Mexico Htatu band, It was decided to continue the organization under the old immo of l,enrn;tri and UnUeniiinn Hand No. 1. Lenrnard and Mnde mann Hand No. i will continue also pinnule, n(j herelofore. I'arnnrd and Undo la epoerl manti Jtund No. I la composed of mu- Ihe (yp)1 "lr',,nK rnnRlng In age from 17 to 25 years or age, ana witn nut very tew exceptions, they arc Alhiiiiierqueana, born and reared. Hand No, 1 has given excellent service to the general public for the punt three years and has always been ready nnd willing to donate ItH services to tiny church affair or public enterprise. Tho bund, allhoiiuli a young organ ization, has served at dlxtlngulxhed affairs, among them being tho In auguration of Governor Curry and (lovernor Mills, the reception to Pres. Idcnt Tuft In Albuquerque, official band of the last Albuquerque. Trade excursion, and It also played n sue- ccHHful season at ltohinson park. New uniforms huve been purchased for tho band, rehearsals are hold weekly and as soon as weather per mits, series of street concerts will bo undertaken. The management of the band will offer to donate Its serv ices to the "Htatehood Hpeelal," pro viding it musical organisation Is car ried. Mr. F. K. Kills will continue as bandmaster and lender of the two I,, and U bands. empire, and W But w' much . Iem'nd like."1'" ami fo quite Indebted learning o wdoi.t a system of rales known room near future, which will menu 1ng out ever'- u nuuniun w w puce charged doubt tha wasted g -m b 1 n .e alien he packages and been the other nreiu.nl uml u-lii.l, """ vn,-fawd fur many year., for tirciy oe,,nient of eight. The plan is a yet In a tentative state, hut It has gone fur ennimh in Indicate tl.ut tho new system win i 'h. In effect March 15 of this year. At a meeting of the mummers of express companies, held recently M ,ew York. It was agroi-d to charge " only one graduate on a atilnuient (nun point of shipment to iIibiIhh lion, no matter how many different companies may handle the package. In rtlier words, this menu that the "other line'" (barges will bt. ellml Mated. For Ionian, e, n package hlped from Alliuqiii rqitu to tiltiiwa, Canada, .it which probably th,. Wells 1'iiiwo company has no oft be, will be srrled straight through on H spei llled plan, viltheut any trn"fer charges, m " has hIvdijs lieett rustoiuary 1 i Info express companies, each "I'jii's exeiuHivc lermory, nir eaen lompany to charge a separate K'ad Hate, making two local rate the ship. pets have to pny. t'ndcr l!-.e new nrrangciucnt, how ever, tl, b.ng,B IwlHecli u II offices will be the smile as If one company hud carried the package from ship ping point to destination. This will cause a rjtflml reduction In express , be, III When You Ken tlto IU II On the bottle you have our guarantee that you are getting the bent cough and cold remedy. Dr. Hell's l'lno-Tiir- llnney has millions of satlhfU'd users. At all dealer. BUSINESS COLLEGE ITEMS Knrollmeht for present year pusses the century mark. This week marked the passing of Hie UM) mark. The attendance has been steadily Increasing and with the entrance, of live students this week the total registration for both day and evening school amounts to 102 MUdctltM. An address of extraordinary Inter est was delivered to the students last Friday by lr. K. J. llulgln. Mr. K. It, While, K Paso manager, and Mr. V, C. Id-all. New Mexico In n 1 1 ii K i . bolh of tile I'llilcrwood Typewriter company, and Mr, C. S. Hubbard of the I.. C. rhnlth Type. writer company were callers ut tho school Monday. They u II report In- crinHi'tl sales ittsil state they need more stenographers to till their calls than the schools of the southwest r aid,, to supply. Colonel William Merger of Helen called at the school ThuiHiluy and niudu an Interesting tlve-mlnute talk to the students. 11c says his stenog rapher, an A. II. C. graduate, Is Rlvlug hliu excellent satisfaction. Hudcuta have entered from many counties of the territory this week. Those from New Mexico, outside of Albuquerque, to enter this week were: 1,. M. Muthls of Han Juan county; Mrs Lillian Avery of Smiirro, and .Charles Arnold of San Miguel. A large summer school Is expected and Inquiries are being received dully from all purls of the southwest, and even from other sections of (he coun try, especially from school teachers. The school will run continuously through ihe summer with forenoon sessions, so that students may enter at any Hum. A Hew machine dictation cbisia of ten atudeiils has been organised and It Is expected that some records will be made within the next two months. The Santa Fe railroad com pany last night offered a re ward of 1500 for the arrest and conviction of the person or per sons who shot and killed Mc Clure. News of the reward waa telegraphed broadcast over the Santa Fe system and It la hardly possible that the murderers can much longer evade apprehension. The body of J. A. McCIure, of the Snnta Fe aecret service, who was murdered by an organized gang of car thieve Wednesday or Thursday, was brought to Albuquerque on Santa Fe train No. 812 at midnight last night and turned over to Strong Hrothcr. . The body was found In a deep wejl near Abo yesterday after noon after a diligent search since Flrday noon, conducted by New Mex ico mounted policemen and Santa Fe officer. Four bullet wounds In va rious parts of McCIure' body Indi cate only too plainly the treatment he received at the hands of the "Abo Pass gang," and his death waa prob ably Instantaneous. From oil accounts, McClnre was shot from ambush. Upon hi arrival at Abo, he discovered that the thieves had been carrying corn away from a box car, a trafl of corn from a hole In one of the sacks Indicating the di rection taken by the robbers. Mc CIure evidently followed up the trail of corn and was fired upon as he neared the camp of the gang. He wr apparently shot first through the left wrist, then through tho forearm near the nft elbow, breaking the bono. Th third shot struck him n the abdomen and the fourth shot entered the skull at the top of the head, the bullet coming out through the chin, having traveled completely through the brain and the roof of the mouth. Either tha third or fourth shots would have caused d.-nith. It la evident that the fourth shot was fired after McCIure fell to the ground, or to u reclining position. His body was curried to a nearby well and thrown In head first, fracturing tho skull. It was found In this condition by tho officers yesterday. Special Officer Snowden accompanied the body to Albuquerque last night. Three bullets were found In the clothes, one apparently a forty-four and the other thirty-eights. It Is not known whether they were fired from rifles or pistols, but were quite likely dis charged from close range. In addition to MeCluro'a body, tho searchers tinenrthed u largo amount of stolen merchandise, several cache" being found adjacent to the well. Hp to midnight last night Hen Wil liams, chief of the. Santa Fe secret ervlco, who Is directing tho search for the murderers, had received no word a t their apprehension. Mr. William recently sustained a badly sprained nnkle which prohibits him from taking an active part In tha chase after the ossasslns. Lieutenant Collier, of the mounted police, and Santo. Fe Officers Olds and (lalusha nre scouring the coun try around Abo In a systematic search for members of the gang and It Is believed they will sooner or later be successful In rounding them up. In any event the chase will be continued Until th murderer are cither taken Into custody or arc shot while at tempting to (jet nwny. It I known that the Abo gang Is composed of desperate characters and that they will not hesitate to fire In case they are gotten Into n corner. McCIure, the murdered officer, was well known In Albuquerque. Laa Ve gas and other division points of the Santa Fe. He was about' 40 years old and had been employed by the Santa Fe- for many years as conduc tor, brokeman, baggageman nnd se cret service officer. McCIure was a member of the Order of Kallany Conductors and alno a life member of Albuquerque Lodge, No. 461, It. P. O. K. A wife and child reside In Texas. It Is said thut McCIure and his wif" separated some tlm,, ago. A slider, Mis. M. V. Taylor of 702 Kast Har. rls avenue. San Angelo, Tex., has been notified of his death. Funeral ur rangemenla will be announced later. IED INSTRUMENT ros.SK lH'HSl'KS 1IOWK AMI HIS TWO SOXS. Santft Fe, N. M., Jan. 28. Posse ar in pursuit of Kil iHowe nnd bis two sons on whose ranch tho body of U K. McCIure. tho Santa Fe ape rial agent, waa found yesterday. It is reported that Howe nnd his sons started for GitUinus Station on the Kl Paso & Southwestern shortly before McCIure' body was discovered. Of ficer believe they Intended to take a train for Mexico, but with posses on their trail It Is not believed they will escape from the territory. It Is known that McCIure had traced box car thieves to the Howe ranch and found several carloads of plunder at the ranch house. Officer will make no statement plating responsibility for the killing, but hope to capture and" hold the Howes pending on Investigation. It was learned today that McCIure' body was found In a well. It bad been pierced by many bullets. Millions of Hi. tiles, of fr. r.cll rine-Tur-Honey used an nually la good evidence that tt Is a good remedy for Ijiurlppe, Coughs, Colds and all Throat and Hronchinl j Trouble, Iiok for the Hell on the Edith Haines-Kucster Congrat ulates Learnard& Lindemann on Excellence of Chickering Brothers Upright Grand, The Learnard and Lindemann com pany, which hna furnished piano for nearly all the recent Important musl- j cal events In Albuquerque, la almost dally receiving letter from artists praising the high quality of the In- ttrument handled by the company. Among those who expressed delight with tho Instruments furnished by the Albuquerque company, wa Countess de Swlrsky, the celebrated dancer, who used a Chickering Brother Ca pacoustlc grand. This same Instru ment was used last night during the entertainment of the. Ayer Concert company at Elk' theater, and after Ihe concert Mr. Edith Halnes-Kues-ter, composer-planlste of the company sent the following letter to Mr. Learn ard: My Dear Mr. Learnard: I waa de. lighted to have placed at my disposal your Chickering Hros.' Cnpucoustic piano. It haa a beautiful tone, re markable for power and singing quail, ty, and combining In an upright piano the characteristics of a grand. Sincerely, EDITH HAINES-KUESTEn. Albuquerque, N. M Jan. 28, 1911. CROWDED THEATER GREETS CONCERT Santa Fe Reading Room Asso ciation Entertainment Last Night Successful From Every Standpoint. Elks thenter was packed fn the doors hint night with an enthusiastic atidlence, who liccejitcd the hospital ity of the Santa Fe Heading Itmi'm association, and listened to( ja rare musical treat. Seldom does an Al buequerquo audience have, "a chance like the1 one afforded -last evening In the appearance. In this city qf the Ayer Concert' company. -Three musi cians, eacri'hn artist, rn 'her line, thor oughly delighted rtao mge audience, which ri'fusi'a" ti tut; hllstted with re peated encores." The ' company Is headed with Delia Domil 'Aver, prima donna soprano, with a ' per fectly hiorvcloua range of voice and depth tind tenderness of tone. Iler singing la exquisite and her encore numbers, "Klllarney" and , "Aanlo Laurie," completely won the audi ence. Not many voices are heard to day In the concert world to 'compaf? with that of Mrs. Ayer, and her numt bcr were a real treat to the music lovers. The talented Violinist, Miss Estelle Franklin Gray, played hnr way straight Into th hearts of her audi ence. She wna charming In appear ance and a born artist. It may not be generally known that Miss flray gave her first recital when only eight years of nge, and that she Is barely twenty years old now. She Interprets with Intelligence, a marked individ uality, and much dash and feeling. Miss Uray has a fine Cremona vio lin, made In 1715, which nho has In sured for HOPO, and which lends Itself splendidly; to her Interpretive abilities. Her work last night dem onstrated that ahe has a thorough knowledge of technique and possesses the soul and temperament of a genius. Tho pianist, Edith Haines Kuester, Is a composer whose music Is known throughout the land and her brilliant playing last evening was proof that she Is one of the leading pianists of the day. The concert wa a little bit better than the average Santa Fe uttructlnn and saying that, the most is said. Ir. Hell's Antiseptic Salve Is good for anything for which a salve is Indicated Such as pimples, black heads, sores, chaps, ulcers, sunburn and all skin affections. 25c at all dealers. BAllTO finance BOY SC0UTS Prominent Citizens Behind Plan to Purchase Uniforms With Proceeds of Entertainment on Washington's Birthday, Concerted action was taken yester day by prominent people of the city toward linn niing the Hoy Scout move ment. The Hoy Scouts stand for Ihe best In young manhood and live up to principle that will endure after manhood and full cltlxonship. The movement will help the boy of the city and make future men for n greater Albuquerque and it Is high time that the Hoy Scouts were reeog nlxed as u potent end powerful factor In the development of the youth of the city, over aeventy boys are en rolled now and they are In dead earn tst about making th? Hoy Scout movement In tho city a "go," nnd a careful study of the principles and alma of the organisation, which Is world-wide In scope, will show great er depths than 4 banding of boys In mete child play. Heallxlng fully these thing, business and professional men are ready to back the boy, nnd WE DO WHAT WE ADVERTISE he Golden. Rank ANNOUNCES wmim SALE AMD SPKM iSEW OF Cheney Bros. Famous "Shower Proof Foulard Silks Select patterns, no two alike. New designs for 191 I . Foulard Silks make desirable gowns for Easter wear. : :::::::::: SEE SPECIAL WINDOW DISPLAY lctul them every possible uld and en couragement. At a meeting In the Commercial dub yesterday, attended by a few Interested In the movement, ways and means for the purchase of uniforms for the scout were dis cussed. It is fully understood that the ma jority of the boys enrolled as scouts Knro able financially to buy the re galia togs, but it may be that a few itro members who would feel It a hurdshlp. Tho Hoy Scouts ara a thoroughly democratic organisation and do not desire to draw class dis tinctions; besides, the boy have de cided they would better like to cum the money with which to purchase their own suits. For this reason, the meeting yesterday was called nnd was attended by former Governor George Curry, Judge E. A. Mann, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Mncptrson, Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. O'Ueilly, Mrs K. E. Putney, James Tralnor, commander of the Boy Scouts, and Hart Schwahncker. The meding was called to order by Mr. Macpherson, as chairman pro tern. Mr. OTtollly put in the form of a motion the giving of a ball in the Armory on February 22. It was seconded and carried and the choice of committee was next made In the usual order. I!y unanimous vote, Mrs. Amudo Chaves was elected chairman of com mittees, with powir to appoint all committees except the lloor commit tee, which will be composed of prom inent men of the city, and a patroness committee, "which was elected yester day. Mr. O'Ueilly, Mrs. Macpherson and Mrs. Putney compose ' the patroness committee, who will secure names from well-known people of the city. Mr. O'Reilly, Mr. Macpherson, and Judge Mann were appointed to ord?r the suits for the scouts, that they might be In the ity In time for the ball. Hart Schwabacher, a grad uate of the well-known , military school, with Commander Tralnor, will have charge of a drill which will be riven at tho opening of the dance. Mrs. Putney will, on that night, pre sent tho Hoy Scouts of Albuquerque with an Immense Mag which wil( he tendered them by some territorial offi cial Governor Mills, If he Is in the territory and if he will honor the bull with his presence. These proceedings yesterday uTtcr noon started tho "ball rolling,"1" and from the enthusiasm displayed It will be a huge success, both as a financial ami a social enterprise. Former Governor Curry Is an en thusiastic believer in the Hoy Scout movement, and has signified hs In tention of aiding the big bull to be given In the Armory to ,1k,,. best of bis ability. The boys thctniiclves are, anxious to undertake tho decorations and will use United States flags cnf- tirciy. When thn enterprise (s itil up to the citizen of Alhuquerqtie there Is little doubt but that U will meet th(. hearty co-operation and support of the men and i Womeu of the city. ball In the Armory on WuKhinslon'f birthday. ' Rooster planning for more water for this section. Do they contemplate dry stats or did the prohlbs prompt them? The Gem believes In plenty of fresh water. TEXAS DOCTORS TO CARLSBAD SPRI RAISE ALFALFA Three Brothers Purchase 740 Acres Between Lake Arthur and Artesia to Raise Feed for Big Herds in Panhandle, (Special CarreapaadsDe to Moraine Journal Hoswell, N. M., Jan. 27. Three Texas men, brothers and all doctors, A. L. Taylor, of Hereford; L. Taylor, of TuliK, and L. F. Taylor of Haskell, have bought 740 acres between Iike Arthur and Artesia In the I'ecos val ley and will put It Into an immense alfalfa farm. They bought the raw land from John H. Uedlnger, of Hos well and Dallas. The alfalfa will sue ply their Immense cattle ranch In Texas, when grass Is scarce. They own thousands of acres In the Tanhandle and have leased land covering a strip twenty lfcagtle In length. . K. W. Poth has traded the, Haynes A Honney water power mill and Ice plant to T. S. Jackson, of Lubbock, Texas, and George A. Morris, of St. Louis, receiving a hotel in Lubbock from Mr. Jackson and the balance In cash from Mr. Morris. The new own ers will remodel the Ice plant and have it ready for the summer ice business. ,The New Mexico rioard of bar ex aminers, composed of W. J. Lucas, president; Julius Staab and C. C. Catron! members nnd J. D. Sena, sec retary, will hold a meeting at Ros well on February 2" and 28 to ex amine applicants for admission to the New Mexico bar. ... The Allison office building at Main and Third streets Is to bo started nt once. The .owner; Rev. S. C. Allison, of Albuquerque, has let the contrtict to Ihe Stephen Construction company of Houston add El Paso. . IIo Xever Got Ills Money back. Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salvo cured his eyes and ho did not want It rainless and harmless. Gc at nil dealers. i Musical comedy TO BE VOTED ON Special Election on Proposed Change of Name; Final Re turns Show Statehood Maj ority in Eddy of 959 Votes, 8prlat Correspondence ta Morning JoartMl Carlsbad, N. M., Jan. 28. A specW election will be held on Saturday to vote on the change of name fro" Carlsbad to Carlsbad Spring. A rath er heated campaign Is now In progrcn and it Is difficult to ay what the rt suit of the election may be. Correct returns from all the P1 cincts in Eddy county are now avail able and show that the conatltutim carried in this county by a major"? of 959 votes. Some very offcctl work was done In the county the 1 ten day before election, M. S. Grove the chairman of the republican com mittee, deserve much credit for l efficient work for the constitution. H? covered ' practically, tho . entire counts In his auto. The Only precinct tn he did not visit cast only three vN In favor and 18 vote against the co stltution. ;; J. n. Cherblno died suddenly yesW- ilnv nt iIia acta nf aAVnntv-aiX. - . - - f r v - Cherbino haa resided in Carlsbad many years, lie haa heen engaged 11 breeding MUbkoded Hee!p neorly " hla life havlnir enyaired In the ness first, in Vermont, later In Tc and at last at this place. CAS DISCOVERED ftl Gem theater. treat next week. Hlg company. LAS PALOMAS ,-i i r i i i 1 1 n " .. n i "J0fl Uompany Will be urfian 'and Well Drilled to See iffa' ported Strike in Bed of Biver is Valuable, NOTICE On and after Feb. 1st. 1911, o will sell strictly for cuKh. c cuy. v i, Jumna me jiasi is montns we have Boost for the Hov Scouts aim tt big jullt up a large business hy selling cneitper man tuner credit stores No we find by selling for cash we can greatly reduce your present cost f living that you cannot afford to ifiy on thirty days' time, Youri r-p-At fully, THE DAILY GROCERY CO.. 207 K. Centrat Kngle, N. M., Jan. 27. It ported here that natural gas ha ' overed at Loa Palotnas u organlxed m As the so ' sfi li set a company will be ilown a test well at once. , r . . .... ,l..n 'noes a resioeni ot tnitv . hubbies coming out of the river, rammed an Iron pipe down I" sand, lighted the top and g"1 a foot high. 4 What Can We Ho? ..i . . . Wlll" I Mora tnan ir you are , .after using Sutherland a B.ag' j5c Halve we will refund your money. I at all dealers. i