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THE AtBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 191 1
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Who haa not heurd someone rush to tha telephone In a fine temper and bark out "Hello! What do you want" only to riiodulate suddenly Into the aoft and honeyed accent of amaiing meekness upon learning who It la. !im people take advantage of the telephone lo any rude thliva anony mouldy ihnt they would never dare utter face to face, H le easy to shout bad language Into the little Mark cup of the transmitter; the tiny colander hole lit the bottom eem to Invite one to strain one'a voice. This ta especially true' of heart-to-heart tfilka with "Central" which of courso Is not a pretty girl with her hnlr In puffs, but an Impersonal switch-, board dotted with plug, fio you can uae heated language until the wires become Incandescent and no-; body mind.. It ta a difficult art to project one'l personality over the telephone al most ft difficult a It Is for the musi cian to put htmaelf Into what he alngi or plnya and make It "get over" the footlights'. Tha telephone de prive the voice of the apeak or of characteristic Inflections and nuances, and what was tenderly uttered may sound harsh and grating and be misconstrued. To some who hove freuuent occa slun to uae the telephone It Is n se rious business, and tnelr manner be trays thill' Mime of the solemnity of the performance. They talk In mensurod and steady phrases, and II seems to be something of an ordeal. Other, wholly at their ease, Indulge In Jocose and familiar language quite as though It were n tete-a-tete con versation, " This leaves out of confederation a largo class of telephone users who seemingly respect the telephone too much to approach It closely and ap peal t o think they pan throw their words at the Instrument from afar off, like pitching quoits, and stilt be heard. These persons are almost as t tasperatlng as those who direct their office boys to summon you to your rnd of tha line and then Ueep you awuitlng their royal leisure. Hut the ettguvtte of the telephone would de mand a acparata chapter. WIIK H IS TlUHiKK? The Simla Fe New Heilcan an ys' "Washington dispatches: Inform the New Mexlran that Henntnr Owen if Oklahoma persists that New Mrx ten before It la admitted shall change 1ta Kitmlitullun so as to permit of Its amendment during the first five years' exUtcrico of the state by a majority voiw of each legislative bulla.-, ratified by a majority vote of the people. It remains to bo seen whether rVnutor Owen la the people of the United States and Is trigger than the president of the nation." A ltlfll 1HSTHHT. The magnificent scenery and the notihlo progress In the mining Indus try In llin Mogollon mountain district of New Mexico sre graphically pic tured In "The Mogollon Mines." an elaborate and artutlc public ation tell ing about the Mogollon district. The Morning Journal has Just received a copy. It give the reader scmo ade qunt idea (if the large proportions nttaincd by tho mining Industry In Irani county with numerous picture of the virtou big modern plants now In operation In thst section. To anyone who has not followed the rapid development of mining In the Mogollons, this book Is an eye-open-rr. The prface contains tils Inter esting fact that the mountain range, the district and tho famous mining re.tnp are all named after Juan luna. clo Florea Mogollon, governor for Spain In tho yesr 1T1S of the vast empire now embracing Texas, Cali fornia, Itah, Nevada, Colorado, Ari on and New Mexico, Thaw will not submit to an ciamln ation as to hi aUid nf rolnd, al though lie has applied for release from Matleawan on the ground thot he la sane. Harry may be addicted to brainHtcrms on occasion, but he lias never been quite a fool, and his relative know he la good when lock ed up. It might be embarrassing If the lions committee should ak Mr. Fcrguia to exhibit his credentials. nssiruMTiK-H. Muih Interest has been aroused by the little Item In this paper yesterday rird!ng th enterprise of a farmer who Is new preparing to pump water ijQ fret and rati fruit on the mesa east of this ilty. If this farmer dem onstrates that be can farm his little ran h with water pumped from that depth at a profit it will mean thst many will follow his example. The hundreds of square iiileg (,n the mesa sre the best farming land In the world, lacking only water. If It can be fnrmd profitably by pumping, the resulting possibilities on these vast stretches are something to make Al btiiuenueans stop and think. The grip germ Is now lying In wait for the queen of the May. The man with a large assortment of itarden seeds Is the leading optimist of the hour. Douglus. Arlx., Is a mighty good town for the traveler In search of rest and ijulut to cut out of his Itin erary. Minnesota's legislature will never consent to indorse the half-nelson or the short-arm Jab as proper parlia mentary procedure. A baseball pitcher can get more ad vertising than a prima donna and does not have to Invent a dollar In costumea or Jewelry. It Is hoped that Mexico Is not go ing to b one of those countries that grow accustomed to lotting other na tions do the worrying. Among the Joys of spring are the retirement of the problem play and the freedom from risk of encounter ing an egg with a past. Ity refusing to go up in an airship the king of Kliim proved that he Is sufficiently In touch with modern civilization to avoid taking chances. The enthusiasm manifested by the 1). A, 11. at each now session argues strongly for the theory that the pre vious one was greatly enjoyed by all. The boys at Anpapolis kicked against the governess attending their hop simply because a governess Is too recent a memory In their case, no doubt The rubber business starts with the complaints of the African natives who gather raw material and ends with the walls of the man who buya auto mobile tires. According to the American aecre tary of commerce and labor, "we have enough coal to last ua 7380 years." Hut rhat "we" will do after the spring of 9241 A. D. the secretary does not venture to say. The pros pect Is alarming. "VIA Wir Edward who was at Judge Oaynor'a sido when he was shot, has been awarded a hero medal, This la ona of the occasions when a hero ran be relied on not to fade away noon after tho cclubratlon. After spilling all that champagne some of thoHe French wine producers are sure to experience a shocking caae of next morning remorse. Mean while California will furnish the Im ported French wines. At the late convention of launder ers at iJtwrenca, Kan., one of the delegates wore a celluloid collar. It's a case of no physician takes hla own medicine. Americans who are going over for Ih coronation might as wull learn rlKht now that an automobile Is not a gasoline wogon but a "petrol cart" in dear old Ltinnun. John Hund'a twenty-four acrea of beans in the Mlmbrcs valley netted him 11353. 34 In 1910. This looks as If the festive frljotn was the farmers friend and that tho aforesaid bean flourbdieth nobly in the Mlmbrcs valley. It is unauthoritative!)' reported from Chihuahua that "Provisional President" Mudcro will build a merry-go-round at tho hisloria town of Cnsas Ornndos, with which to enter tain the patient newspaper corres pondents this summer. As a rule the grafter In fiction Is almost as artificial and Improbable a creature as the story-book detective. Mr. iAiiliner Is of a meek rnlher than a revengeful naturn, yet an ex cliunge Is authority for the state ment Unit he would llko to lay vio lent htuiils on the wrntches who rals- ed a fund of 1100,000 and slipped It Into bis pocket when he wasn't look Intt. v gieauung, nppung inland sea nmld the (IcRert, tnhtch stretches out of slitht toward the horlxon, Is one view of the Itoosevclt reservoir In Ari zona published In the April number of "The Kurth," which most Impress ively demonstrate to Ihe eye the pro found (hattue whli h la taking place In the arid west by means of Irrigation. The April number of the Santa, Fo publication Is tlcyoted chiefly to ar ticles ou the Hootevelt project and the fialt lilver valley and Arizona op portotUlies In general. A usual It Is an absorbingly Interesting number, beautifully Illustrated,' with photo graph showing the old and the new In the terrltoty to the Went. Stylish horse and buggies fur nished on short notice by W. U Trimble A Co., UI North Second treet Phone I. Journal Want Ads Get Results ALLEGED FORGER B Colorado and Southern Agent Held Under Bond at Clayton Makes Clever but Unsuccess ful Attempt to Escape. (gpertal forreapondMice to Morntnf Jouraall Clayton, N. M., April 24, Charles W. Lanier, the agent for the Colorado and Southern Railway at Ies Moines, who has been held here for several days and bound over to the grand Jury on a charge of embezzlement, made a sensational attempt ot get away Sat urday. Lanier has Impressed every one In the city with his honesty and awaiting bond from his old home In Decatur and Montlccllo, Illinois, had been allowed bond. The Clayton "News" says: Saturday morning the operator of the Western Union Tele graph Company delivered two mes sages to the Unnk of Commerce of this city. One of them directed the placing of 92,000 to the credit of Lan ier's attorney, John A. Pace of this city for the purpose of miklnfr his bond. I'nce made the bond by hav ing Mr. ,V. 11, Land and Koy Am merman sign the bond and secured them with the 2,000 telegraphic order. Tha other telegraphic order was for $600 to be placed to Lilnlcr's credit. Lanier Checked a amall amount of this sum out. The total amount checked out by him approxi mating 1200, the balance being paid to hla attorney por part of his fee. He stayed In town until about three o'clock when It was discovered that he had left town In an automobile. In the meantime Investigation dis closed the fact that Lanier hnd gained the confidence of the young man working nights at the depot and had bcn sending and receiving mesnge for him and had forged these two messages, signing the Bank of Monti cello to them and hung them on the hook, after telling the night man that he had received them while working Tor him. The day operator delivered tha message and the forgery was not detected utitll Baturdny afternoon. Peputy Sheriff John Urophy was Im mediately started In pursuit and caught Lanier nt IJberal, Konsas, on board the Itock Island train, bound for his old homo In Illinois. Lanier was brought back to Clayton and lodged In Jail, and Tuesday morning arraigned on the charge of forgery, upon complaint made out by the district attorney. Lanier waived ex amining trial and was bound over to the September term of the district court In the sum of 13,000 In default of which he languishes In Jail. Lanier stated on his return that he was not trying to btttt anyone but wa confi dent that he could raise the money upon reaching his old home and thought ho would be able to get there before the trick was discovered.' His wlfe has been In Decatur about ten days and he was getting anxious to have his bond and thought he could readily arrange It If ha got back there. No barm lias been done to anyone except Lanier and the young boy who acted as night operator, ticket seller, porter and express agent. 5 IB FORFEIT Federal Court Decides Big Systems Must Give Up Lands Valued at Over Fifty Million Dollars. tly Murnlns Jnnrnul gperlul leased Wlrel Tort land. April 24. Federal Dis trict Judge Charles E. Wolvorton de cided today that the Southern Pacific and tho Oregon & California Railway companies muNt forfeit to the tinltnd States government about 2,400,000 Seres of land, which Is valued at from $40,000,000 to $75,000,000. Interpreting the act of congress granting tho land as an aid to rail way construction, the court held that congress Intended that thin land should bo sold to bona tldo settlers In tracts not greater than 10 acres to one Individual and at a prlco not ex ceeding $2.r.O an aero. Every con tention raised by the railway company has been defeated In Us fight with tho government. REAPPORTIONMENT BILL REPORTED FAVORABLY Washington, April 31. A bill for the rout poiliolimeiit of the bouse of representitlves on a basis of 433 members was reported favorably to day by Chairman Houston, of the house coirimltteo on census. The site recommended Is tho same e provided by the Crnmpncker bill which pasfed tho hoiuo In the Inst session, and Is nn Increase of forty one over the present membership. The Houston bill does not contain the provision of the Crumpacker bill authorising the secretary ()f com merce and labor to reapportion the house, after future national consuses. If the Houston bill becomes low, the representation will be one momher for each 211,"7 Inhabitants. One Conductor llolpcii nacR to Work Mr Wilford Adams la his name, and he writes' "t was .confined to my bed with chronic rheumatism snd uaed two bottles of Foley's Kidney Remedy with good effect. The third bottle put me on my feet and I re sumed work as conductor on tha Ix Ington., Ky . street railway. It will do all you claim In esses of rheumatism." It clear the blond of uric acid. Sold by O'Reilly A Co. Try a Journal Want Ad, Results MAKES REAK 2,400,000 ACRES RAPID PROGRESS Dl F L Forty Men and Fifteen Teams Busy in Mesilla Valley; Fi nancial Report on County Balances, (gperlul Correapnndrnea ta Morning Jaareal Santa Fe, N. M., AprlI 25. Work la progressing very rapidly upon the Camlno Real between Dona Ana and Anthony. About 40 men and fifteen team are at work between I as Cruce and Dona Ana and double that number In the neighborhood of Me ellln park. From Mesilla park to within two miles of Mesqulte the road Is graded and ready for the finishing touches. From there to about one mile north of Vado, about 100 men are at work clearing the right of way. considerable work having to be dono In grubbing out mesqulte and tornlllo brush. In this stretch of the road will come the greatest part of the hard work as there are a large number of wnd hills and the right of way has been cut through where there had never been a highway. From two miles, south of Vado on to the state line most of the road la graded in condition to receive the top dressing. On the delinquent road tax list of Dona Ana county there are about 2000 name and they are being called out for Immediate labor on this road. Application for Water HlKlits. Application ha been made to the department of the territorial engin eer, Charles D. Miller, through Her man Gerhardt of Tucumearl, as rep resentative for the water rights of Pajarito Creek, west and north of Tu cumearl, according to section J$. lr rlgatlon la of 1907. The urvey which ha been made allow for a diversion and storage dama with a reservoir capacltly of 60,000 acre-fect, the whole to supply water for 30, 000 ncro of fruit land, truck garden and domestic use. It 1b estimated that the water will Irrigate land for the support cf from 600 to 750 famil ies, thus giving this section of coun try a groat advantage over the unlr rlgnted section According to the survey the dam will average about 75 feet In height and will back up water to a distance of five miles. Two main ditches will lead from this, one fol lowing the south sido of Tucumearl and the other passing on the north. These ditches will be 20 feet wide and five feet deep. Tho territorial engineer will pass on tho application July 13, after which, If , the rlnht is granted to proceed,, bonds will be placed upon the market for the com pletion of the project. It la estimat ed that tbe owltUbe over $760, 000. Tucumearl merchants are th sole promoters of' the plan, M. n. Ooldenherer being- president. The other holder of stock are Herman CerharSt, Joseph Israel, T. A. Mulr head, C. C. Chapman, Stanley, Iaw aon, V. W. Moore, J. W. Corn, A. R. Carter and W. H. King and aon, con tractors. Financial Condition. Territorial Traveling Auditor C. V. Snfford has Issued a report showing the financial condition of the county treasuries at the close of business on March 31. Chaves county heads the list with $94. 849. $8, and Valencia county Is second with $84,83$. 28. San ta Ve county has $3,38.87. The re port which follow show In the first figures the receipts for the month; In tho second, the disbursements, and finally ths balance April 1: TternallUo, $4,077.49; $11.01.$S; $77,08.0. Chaves, $4,137.87; $30,483.30; $94, 849.13. Colfnx, $2.9.87; $10,S.0; $37, 713.71. Curry. $4,578.31; $5,967.12; $25, 258.41. Dona Ana, $14,293.40; $15,845.77; $54,252.61. Kddv, $fi,7ST.8e; $11,194.85; $25, 479.18.' Orsnt, $5,013.69; $14,412. 2; $7$,- 657.57. Oundabite, $1,083.92; $3,023.01; $1 1.263.63 Lincoln, S7d.O0O; $2,024.45; $51. 891.52. Luna, $307.66; $8,044.89; $61,512. (6;. GO 10 THE RESCUE Don't Walt till it' Too late Fol low the Example; of an Albu querque Clthtcn. Hesctie the aching back. If It keeps on aching, trouble come. Hnckorhe la kidney jhe. It you neglect the kidney' warn ing. Look out for urinary trouble dia betes. This Albuquerquo citizen will ho you how to go to the rescue. Mrs, O. Lenscti, 110 K. Lead Ave., Albuquerque. N. Mex., snys: For over a year I was aubject to pains In my left side, Just below my kidney. There were swelling over my kidneys and 1 could not move luadenly with out misery. The least twist or turn caused sharp twinge and If I took cold, .It always settled In my kidneys, making me feel worse than ever. In the morning on arising, niy back wa very painful. Finally I wa led to try Donn Kidney Plil. atter hearing that a number of my friends hnd tak en them with success. The content of ono box completely relieved me of the pain .and distress and I have had no recurrence of kidney trouble. It Is a pleasure for me lo recommend Donn' Kidney nils. For salo by all dealer. Price 50 cenls. Fosier-Mllburn Co.. P.uffalo, New York. ole agent for tha Vntted State. Remember th name Doan'-and take no other. SOUTH E DO GI NOKEA A, SQUARE -DEAL Is assured you when you buy Dr. Fierce s family medicines for all the ingredients entering into them are printed on the bottle wrappers and these are attested under oath as being complete and correct. You know just what you are paying for and that the ingredients are gathered from Nature's laboratory, being selected from the most valuable native medicinal roots found growing in our American forests and while potent to cure are perfectly harm less even to the most delicate women and children. Not a drop of alcohol enters into their com' position. 21 much better agent is used both tor extracting and preserving the medicU nal principles in them, viz. pure triple fpflttPfi A1rnttflnt Tttte rtrifnt nosKPSSPS Ilia trlnsic medicinal properties of its own, being a most valuable antiseptic and antltermcnt, nutritive and soothing demulcent. Glycerine plays an important part in Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery in the cure of indigestion, dyspepsia and weak stomach, attended by sour risings, heart-burn, foul breath, coated tongue, poof appetite, gnawing feeling in stomach, biliousness and kin dred derangements of the stomach, liver and bowels. Besides curing all the above distressing ailments, the "Golden' Medical Discovery" is a specific for all diseases of the mucous membranes, as catarrh, whether of the nasal passages or of the stomach, bowels or other organs. Even in its ulcerative stages it will yield to this sovereign remedy if its use be persevered in. In Chronic Catarrh of the Nasal passages, it is well, while taking the "Golden Medical Discovery" for the necessary constitutional treatment, to cleanse the passages freely two or three times a day with Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. This thorough course of treatment generally cures even the worst cases. ' In coughs and hoarseness caused by bronchial, throat and lung affections, except consumption, the "Golden Medical Discovery" is a most efficient remedy, especially m those obstinate, hang-on-coughs caused by irritation and congestion of the bronchial mucous membranes. The "Discovery" is not so good for acute coughs arising from sudden colds, nor must it be expected to cure consumption in its advanced stages no medicine will do that but for all the obstinate, chronic coughs, which, if neglected, or badly treated, lead up to consumption, it is the best medicine that can be taken. To find out more about the above mentioned diseases and all about the body in health and dis ease, get the Common Sense Medical Adviser the People's Schoolmaster in Medicine revised and up-to-date book of 1000 pages which treats of diseased conditions and the practical, successful treat ment thereof. Cloth-bound sent post-paid on receipt of 31 cents in one-cent stirps to pay cost of mailing tnly. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. . McKlnley, $984.60; $1,706.87; $12, 324.06. Mora, $1,685.21; $3,475.87; $21, 343.27. Otero, .$6,718.50; $5,271.25; $22, 064.15. Quay, $7,474.85; $7,850.99; $9, 811.81. Rio Arriba. $1,828.15; $3,631.(0; $45,779.45. Roosevelt, $3,215.52; $7,914.11, $19,418.50. Sandoval, $449.23; $1,403.67; $21, 151.57. San Juan, $1,115.46; $2,210.75; $9, 882.57. Santa Fe, $12,181.89; $5,302.72; $36,636.87. San Miguel, $5,208.70; $10,313.67; $53,898.45. Sierra, $1,184.57; $2,905.53; $25, 198.67. Socorro, $3,729.07; $3,076.13; $70, 194.26. , Taos, $821.25; $1,979.83; $24,725.24. Torrance, $2,380.60; $1,447.45; $18, 757.66. r , ; Union, $3,389.78;' $7,012.54; $18,-5 640.42. Valencia, $3,337.93; $4,766.66; $84. 197.28. , Totals Receipts, $98,912.08; dis bursements, $188,480.74; balance, $1, 019,035.01. Off for Maneuvers. Colonel E, C. Abbott left Saturday for San Die-jo, California, to attend the maneuvers. Lieutenant Harold of Roswell, has gone to San Antonio. Burcnu of Immigration. The New Mexico bureau of Immi gration at the session in Albuquerque on Saturday re-elected George L. lirooks of Albuquerqte, president; John A. Haley of Carrlzoxo. treasurer, and II. B. Ilenlng, secretary. Notaries. Governor Mills has appointed th following notaries; James W. Bennett, Weed. Otero county; George W. Dex ter, Albuquerque, Bernalillo county; Albert II. Harvey, Carlioo, Lincoln county: William H. Wiggin, Elephant Butte, Sierra county. lAnrta Opened Vmlor 820-Acr Act. During March 227,674 acre were designated by the secretary of the In terior as non-lrrlgable and subject to entry under the Enlarged or 320 acre homestead act. The lands are In Idaho, Montana, Now Mexico, and Wyoming. During February 152,412 acres were so designated and during January 239,200 acrea Land Entries). The following are the land entries made at the land office Saturday: Frank B. Neel, Morlarty; Caroline Lo dln, Raton; Cornelio Chavex, Halls Peak; Thomas J. Wllmuth, Estatlctat Dixie C. Howell, Wlllard; Newton Schothelt, Estancia; Andrew A. 7.a mosa. Springer; Leonardo TruJHIo, Santa Rosa; Brlgldo Segura, Colonics; Jose Feliciano Torres, Oonxales; Adolfo Gauna, Elvira; Cathie Zlgel man, Wlllard. , New Company. Article of incorporation were filed In the territorial secretary's office Saturday by the Mlmbrcs Valley Real ly company at Doming, Luna county, with John M. McTeer named as the ststutory agent. : The company is cap. itallxed at $30,000 and $20,000 has been aubacrlbed. The shares are $100 each and the holders are Estill E. Sutton and Pobnrt X,. Thomas of Louisville, l'v ech W; Jolv.t M. Mc Teer and Oliver H. .Cooper, both of Deming, each 60. The company Is Incorporated for fifty year and will do a general real estate business. Finishes Ijong Tour. Adjutant Gcnerel Brooke has re turned to his desk at the eapttol aftr a long tour of the territory. Inspect ing armories and the national guard In the various cities. Tho adjutant general states thet tho Inspection was satisfactory In all cities except Aln mogordo where the company will probably have to be mustered out owing to the lack of men. That place ha suffered from the drouth and the remilt ha been a scarcity of men to drill. Mr. Rrooke accompanied Col. W. S. Harlow of the New Mexico military Institute. . ' Good result always follow the use of Foley Kidney Till. They give prompt relief In all rates of kidney and bladder disorder. Try them. O'Rlelly ft Co. LIVELY BASEBALL GAME AT ST. MICHAEL'S COLLEGE Special Correnpuuuencs to Morning Journal Santa. Fe, N. M., April 25. The most exciting bas:ball game of the season thus fur at Santa Fe was wit nessed yesterday nfternoon by a large number of fans at the athletic grounds of St. Michael's college. The contest was between the college team and the Victors of Santa Fe and was a hard fought one from start, to fin lah. Until the seventh Inning, tho prospects for tho college team were rather gloomy but In that Inning the latter commenced running up the score and kpet up this work until the end of the game. The pitcher for St. Michael's college bad the best of It and he hr.s the record of 'Conning out eleven men. Four homo runs were made by th college boys, threo of which wer? knocked' by Paul' Frank and the fourth by O, Anaya. The fi nal score of the game was 18 to 12. Frank Ortiz y Pino of Gnlspo, an alumni of the college, witnessed the game and becamo so enthusied that he promised the college team a new an K of Established 1 $90 CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $2110,000.00 . Officers and' Directors: SOLOMON LUNA, . W. 8. tJTUICKL-EK R. M. MERRITT President V.-Pres. and Cashier Asst' Cashier J. C. BALDR1DGE H. M. DOUGHERTY FRANK A. HUBBELL H. W. KELLY A. M. BLACKWELL WM. McINTOSH 9 "7 Halm rilONE 01 ' ANTHRACITE, ALL SIZES, STEAM COAL. Coke, Mill Wood, Factory Wood, Cord Wood, ntlve Kindling, Tire Illicit, tire Clay, Santa Fe Hrlelc, Conunoii Brick, IJme, 4r444444)4r4r4)4444H4444H 4X04 MORNING JOURNAL ADVERTISEMENTS GET THE BUSINESS CONSOLIDATED LIQUOR COMPANY COR FIRST AND COPPER EVERYTHING IN OUR LINE WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOG PHONE 138 P. O. BOX 318 ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. If You Cannot .ja.ti.i.r. "JOHNNIE ON Lilhgow Manufacturing Stationery ICo. THE NEW Phone 924 o ifit '- ,jrV ball and bat for which the team ii luly thankful. The second ana third teaim of the college also had two fast games, the former with the Santa Fe Browne the score being 11 .to 8 In favor of ths college. The latter played with ui second division boys resulting In i victory for the fourth team. The first team will go to Albuqutr. quo next Saturday to play a return game with the University of f Mexico and the Santa Fe boys have high hoiics of winning the game. A Hi-liable Medicine Not a Narcotic. Mrs. F. Marti. St. Joe, Mich., wyi: "Our little boy contracted a 6even bronchial trouble, and as the doctor'i medicine did not cure him, I gave him Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, la which I have gre.it faith. It cured the cough as well aa the choking gagging spells, and ho got well in l short time. Foley's Ui rry and Tir Compound has' man v fines en veil ill much trouble and v nre never with, out. It at tho house. cM by O'Rcillf & Co. Try a Journal Want Ad. Results fommerce Albuquerque, JV. M Coal Co. cpem 44WAH f-i Call Just Phone When you arc In need of sixv-iul ruled blank, account books, loo l-nf device, filing ,b" lnt'ts,,, yubbed Muii'l and all &t-to-datc of fleo pitfloV0", 0"' r,iii-e.., ii.-,,l.T will k THE SPOT." MEXICO HOUSE ALBUQUEP4l!E, N. M.