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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1911.
morning journal (Offlfhl Ha-.papa l Halite) l'lil.lUkr4 Uj tl JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO. l. A. MACPHEHHOtf Praaldant JAill'H H. J).At K Maaa(lac Kdlff DANA JollNHON ICdlttir I II. 8. HtHllKTT.. CUT Mil' . 8. KATES Advurtlalnf Manafar Waaler RmMtaimb O. J. AMiKKWIX, lUrqwtl BaUdiaa, lb Ira fa, M. ataatam HVpraaantaflvai KAIJ'H K. Ml l,l.l)N. U I'ark Hum, btw 1'vrk. Kntr4 as aarond-Haas ina'Mr at tha pnaiofrira at Alt uaurruuv, N. M. isnelar ot ul Cuntraaa of Marita I, li;i. TIIK MOKMNO JOIRNAt. I THE I MIMi III I'l WHAN I AI IR or MCV MKMl l, St I'l'IIKTIMI THH MI'S. I'lPIr r THE HM'I HI II Af l'KT All. THK TIMI-. AM) l'HK METIIIlUS (If Tilt. HI I I 111 KAN jrAKTl HlllS TlltV ARK UK. II I . Larger rlrrulalli.n ttiaa aar Mht ppr la Naw Mailru. Ik aailr paper la paper u tha aar. - aaiiM taaua avarj mr im rr.HH or t b( mitiox. Palla. I'f mall, una mutiih Ic tialljr. by earrlar. on oi"nih tot "That Varnlnf Jntsrnal ha hlabar rip. etnaiHia raiiBff tana la srrorAad ut mnv ihar papar In Naw Metlra." lb Anarl- aaa jxassapapes iniwutrj. AIBCQIKUQIR NEW MEXICO mi: MosijriTo. Now t hut I ho hum of the mosquito l uwiiln beginning fnlntly to In- heard In the land, especially in the region over which Oovernor Wouilrow Wil son rule, our kind nnd paternalistic secretary of agriculture hns Isieticd a bulletin telling how to got rid uf the llltlo licit Unit sing at Its work. It is a simple device Unit I suggested end uno that him the authority uf long yearn of we behind It. You put a tin inn im the ii4 of a stick, till the can with kerosene, nnd present It before the miintiln' astonished proboscis, where, vulture like, he pram on the celling ready to descend when you are unaware and dm in your life blood. ( will be Btire to tumble In; and by thin meutii "perhaps the majority of ntosqttitoa In a given bedroom," to quote. the. rlrcumnpect and stately lan guage, of the official circular, ran tic put out of your miner y, not to any their own, Then there in a mosquito trap, with which the Indiana. Inventor hna sometimes caught ua inuny a eighty, thrne fine specimens In a almile ftlght hoiir day, or no fewer than ten and three-eighths In a single hour. The trap connldtH of a biitae-JIned box about a foot leimtre, This la put In the durkeat and rooet purl of the room from which It la denlred to expurmite the Inaecta. They crawl In throunh n door at the top of the box and alt there In the plenannt aveluaton Hit noine one liitrotltltva Into their iiiUIhI a teaxpoonful of licioilne. "Thla Killx all tha niomiultoa inalde, and tho box Im thereupnii replnccd," A nilnlHlcr In Hotilli t'arollno line found that when ho hold a hot lamp chimney In lila Itaiid he doea not notice the petty annoyance of num. (Hill.) bltea. The remedy In thl cae attema woraa than thn dleeitHe. Hume of the waya and meana auKKealed are rather complicated i they remind one of a device for klllliiK roachca that haa iiclualty been need In public libraries. All of the many varieties of rom hen nr Inordinately fond of the flour puMe In bonk bludliiKi, and npo! the hooka In their endeuvora to Kit at It. The astute librarian taken two saucer, one of fbmr paata and piaster of pari mixed, the other of water. Tho bu eats the flour punts arceilllyj the ml mixture of plaster of pails makes biro I li I rut y, and to ittirnch his thlrHt he drinks the water. Whereupon a planter i aat Is foinied IiihIiUi liim and he dies. It Heroin, In thn ruM of the imutitil tn than an ounce of prevention In the way of peirnlUInx or uboUshlnn pools of KtatulliiK wnii r lo Ki t rid of the larvae n worth 11 pound of cure In the shape of mechanic artifice for the rapturo of the mature "culex sulcl- tllllB." H would seem that the people of lii'lkcloy, Cal., who elected a soclul lt admiiilKtralloii a few dayi HK'i, are not Very tnlhualiisttc, after all, about socialistic competency. At any rate, they havo defeated all of the eleven bond propositions looking to proposed municipal Improvements. The obvi ous reason Is that they were afraid the money WouUI not be properly spent. The Inefficiency of the social ist Hilmliilntration In Milwaukee was plobably III 111 II tl. Muiliii I.iithei's Mut'iKniph. has jut sulil fur E 2 Ti.M'rt. Cable tlli-palches an liotintiiiK thla fart arotian the fear of the hi n nir.u ion n t oik e of the "Amal-Eamli-d Ai-mh hit). . uf Aiipoirapli Ar Hals." There bus bteii many a trust formed on li s plovm atlon. A headline siijs: "l,awer get 1 311. ami." rurefiil readinK of the Item fallx lo dlscb)e whether there w anjthiiiK i 1st they could have Kut ten. J'"iitlu i liit n-t in uri tic travel may be amum-il l the fact that It in on no un hard lo redlsi over it wns t i find it In the (iihI pl.i.-e. The pol'ir ivjiiunr w ahull have alwajs with u. liuenlhe Keiilna may yt wholly em. ni tisite the Imrae Iruiu Inn k Iui'.iIihk iiinl permit It to Imure x (IiishiIv as it sporting jirt,..iU.m or a XOI iill pet. In Frame the rlo precedes the i iDptViliK the chaiopaKUc obttlvs, in till coutary it toUuws. I II (.i: IV 4 II IN A. 1 hat ( hinn la wakltiE up seems to be no ilrenm. The ChlneM', or u conshb r al.le portion of theiu -aro Rolnu in fur i h.iiiiie. M')i:e of this ellane muy be m the ilirii liMi of progress and re (..iiii. due notable IhiiiM la Unit the Chi nee are tikmii :ip iithbtlcs. A late report of the hxncal director of the V. M. C. A. in HiniiKhal has It that bull Kiimen and traik athletiea have In come a common spot tacit! In China, tboiiKh no sin h uamcs or eontestn wire held III that country up to ten years ao. The movement toward nthli tics) Indicate a remarkable reversal of the Chinese mind or Chinese mental attitude. A few years ski) It wh conshh red undignified by Chinese to paitlelpute la any Kiinie re quiring physical exertion. The Chi nese mind could not grasp the Idea of men working so hard merely for fun, nnd the Chiiminan could not see any fun In It. Athletic contests have now become ni in rnl In the klnKdom. A disuse is eomiiiK over China. The nature and portent of thla Is not understood by western nations. There Is some talk of the process of re publicanism, but thin should not be taken seriously. China may become a republic, but the possibility of that event is too remote to be Interesting at this tin)". There Is a certain break iiiK away from the old-fnshloned con ceptions, a cuttliiK off of queues and drlllliiK of urmlea under European drlllninatera. The hatred of the Chi nese for the ManchiiB and the Man chti dynasty, always Intense, is now active In some quarters, lly some this Is Interpreted as a yeurnliiE for great er freedom nnd tsken as Indicative of the growth of republican sentiment, Ity others the movement Is given a contrary Interpretation, In that they believe that the present government of China stands for moderate progress Iveness and comparatively fair treat ment of foreign nations, while the so called reform or revolutionary move ment stands for anarchy and tha do structlon of lives and property of foreluncrs. If there Is any republican sentiment in China It Is not very well developed. The ferment that Is now agitating that land may lead to a change of dynasty, hut not to it change of the form of government. China Is nearer anar chy, to be followed by a new despotic dynasty, than republicanism. on, vi:i;y wv.i.1: In case thn democratic attempt lo keep New Mexico out of the union is upheld In the limine and tho territory la compelled to vote on proposed amendmenls, iv procoedlng flagrant, Insulting and without warrant In law or Justice, would It not, after all, be wise to fool thorn auiiln and submit? Many and various have been the si hemes proposed w hich It bus always been hoped Would turtle such resent ment In New Mexico us would cans her to refuse tho terms. We fooled them once on the enabling act, the most unfair, unjust, Illegal, "final ex pression of distrust" ever Imposed on citizens of tho United .States. Wo no ceptcd It. Congress has agnln added Insult to Injury. If It comes to iv cru cial del Islon, perhaps wo had belter accept again. That Is, with any soil of guarantee that another Insulting condition will not be Immediately forthcoming. It might be worth while to have another opportunity to rc'uiku the peanut polltlcluns'nt home. The whole business Is Illegal and domineering and arrogant; we may extinct that New Mexico will be treat ed that way until she becomes a state. One more piece of contumely more or lesa, after nil, makes llttlo difference. It hardly seems worth while In fU;hl over thla one. In passlnir it mbiht be worth while lo repeat that any roiiKtitiilluiuil amendment of nny kind known to have tha Indorsement of Forsnemm. Jone, Hand, Mcdlll and company will Iiiimi about as much show now as the proverbial sphere of crystallised mois ture In the abiding pluco of the coil, detuned. If It comes to a show down we can do It, but In the words of Kugene Munlove lihodca to congress, for the Lord's sake don't make us any more promises. In rase New Mexico re peals her ratification of the constitu tion as requested, It Is hardly neces sary to say that no cltlsen believes the fulfillment of the condition will be binding on congress. WOltTIl THY I Mi. IteprrHciitallves of the lhincr Mo tor i lull mid commercial orKaiiU.itiiuis In Colorado are prepariuK to issue an automobile guide book and good romls brochure for the use of tourists In Hie Centennial State. The plan is olio that Is Woi Hi consideration on the p.ut of New Mexico motorists n ml the mutter la recommended to the association. New Mexico Is fast becomum one of the Important motor stations In the we.-t. The southwestern route appears to be the favorite for lians.ontinentiil tourists nowaday and with the great i 'iimpalgn of load Improvement now in prourcsn New Mexico is to become par i xcrllc nco the niecca ul eastern motor- lata. Albuquerque, will be marked Willi r d letters In every automobile map as the mil III station between Denver and l.os Aniieles nnd Ivnvcr and K 1'asn lor the buz wagon I'avclii ever the Caiuiiio Heal. liming sei tired go.nl roads, ami be Iiik about to secure hundreds of miles more of them, It Is nearly time to br uin advertising them. In the seinery In I ween Santa Ke and !. Yp::s, I!:. ruinous Hajada bill, unequalled as tin eiU'.ncerltu teat In the West, In the pit tuifsqiiu southwestern country, the Indian viliuM's (if the Itlo liialuie sec tion, the uosis and mountains and iliuitlisa plains, New Mexico offer to tlu nniomobllist !itiructloi)3 be can fin. I nowhere i h-c, Im ludiuK perpetual sunshine aud a mild climate, the ideal out of doois country. With the completion of the wood roads sisbui niitoihohilttdn will cc.ive lo Irani abroad to Switzerland and the Tirol and n e America first. And they will all coin.; to New Mexico. Count 't ppclin ia Mill c xperiiiicnt lnn to ascertain whether he has dis covered an airship or u hlih explo sive. lJull.ir diplomacy may be all ribt until It gets Into the competition that requires It to I murke.) tbm n tu 9Se. Who Is the new 1912 candidate of the new nationalist party? And where, by tho way, la Theodore Hoosevelt? Ily advocating the theory that Ve nus Is Inhabited, Professor See may give; overworked Mars a vacation. Increase in Population Hundred Per Cent in 10 Years While Assessed Valuation Quad ruples, (Speelnl ( nrraMinilrn,'a lo Murnlnf Journal Axtoc, N. M., May I'. The census shows tho Increase In vpuhitlon of the county bus almost been 100 per cent for the past ten years, whllo Its aswersed valuation has about quad rupled. The building of a rnilroud south from this section will open up the vnet conl fluids, Irrigable hinds and manufacturing posslbllltieB of San Juan county, und will nttruct thousands of homeseekers. At no place In the Irrigated regions are there) a more happy combination ,of natural resources than can bo found here, and the reason for their lying mostly dormant In found in lack of t in m-portat Ion facilities. Kvon as conditions now are, much in the way of raw products can bp prolltiibly marketed If put In more concentrated shape. Homo products llko winter upples. pears, grapes, berries, potatoes, onions, beef cattle, hogs, etc., can bo marts paying In dustries' by ordinary IntclllKcut man agement. Tho country Imports all It consuiiicn in way of flour, lard, ba con, ham, condensed milk, syrups, canned fruits nnd vegetublcs, and hnnin market 'for these things Is usr snrcd 111 certain quantity. The addi tion of water to the soil Is nil that Is required to make the desert blos som nnd produce, wonderfully. (lenrheart brothers expect to build a kiln of Hrveral hundred thousand brleit this summer. The outlook for new building activity at and around Aztec seems very good right now, and brick makes a good material, not sub ject to the dictates of a lumber trust. RATON CITY PARKS TO BE DEDICATED WITH SUITABLE CEREMONY ltn ton, N. M., May 12. Tho park committee, has perfected their nr rniiKemctits yesterday for the formal opening ami dedication of the two new city parks on Friday, May Huh. Invitations were sent it number of speakers and other visitors; of note, who will bo present on that gain oc casion. It Is also expected that the lull. lie school children will take a very prominent part in tho exercises of that day of scbuol activities with the dedication ceremonies. Itesldes the forum! pm k" opening, a Santa Ke trail marker will be placed with ap propriate ceremony in the northern end of the historic Santa Ke trull crossed the park site. Much real und legendary history will be connected with this attractive part of tho art erniion'H program, tho present park site occupying a ptirt of what was formerly the Wollow Sprinxs ranch, a historic slopping place for the early trailers before the days of Clif ton house, It Is planned to have one of the ablest and best Informed speakers of New Mexico here on th.it day to review the events that took plnco near this historic spot during tho '(ids and '70s. The day will W a gain occasion for Hilton nnd every one of her citizens is cordially invit ed to participate in the day's pleas ure. DOING THEIR DUTY Scores of Alhiupierqiio Headers Are 1 .011 rn lug the lluly of tho Kidneys. To filter tho blood Is the kidneys' dutv. When thev fall to do this the l:ld nevs are sick. llackaclie ami many kidney Ills fol low. I'rlnury troubles, dlubetls. Pomi's Kidney rill cure them All. Albuquerque peopU endorse our claim. J. I Curd, of Albuquerque. N Te., says: "Some three or four yean tmo Doan's Kidney rills wera Crt brought to our attention and the con tents of several boxes gave relief I a member of the family who had suf fered greatly from kidney complaint. This person was benefited to such a great extent th.it she publicly testified an to the curative powers of lloan'i Kidney I'llls. Since then I have taken 1 loan's Kidney 11 11m and have found I hem very effective In relieving back ehe and regulating the passages of tho kldnev secretions. Our expert. iu. with. thi preparation warrants our high opinion of It." For sale by all dealers. 1'rlre 50 rents. I'osler-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo, New York, sole agents for tho United States. r.emember Ihs uaiur Doun's nd tako no other. SAN JUAN COUNTY GRQWS KaPIDLY INTERESTING FACTSSEA SCOUTING fiS T THE OLD Old Timer Supplies More His torical Data of Time of Fran cisco Pcrea and Nestor Armijo, Kditor Morning Journal: In a later conversation with Colonel Knjnolscn I'cren he vlated that Ion Ambroslo Armijo. in company with Juan and l'.afaei I. nut, of Los l.unas, made a trip over the Hila route and the Mojuve desert to California In the year 1852, going cs far as Sin I'.ernar dlno and I.os Ancch-s. Nestor Armijo was one of the party; this he learned In consultation with Hon Melquludcs Chaves of I.os 1 ninnies. Don Amhrosio and his companions drove several thousand sheep which they sold to advant'ice without Koing farther into the state. They remained In California about four months, aim much of that time while neKotluti.-ig rules of their Ehcep, they were the guests of l.jon Carlos Uubldr iu of San Hernardlno, and of Hon Jose Marin Chaveg of I.os Angeles, If tha cole-net's memory serves him hlt;ht (and: I have very good re isuns for believing it does), these Worthy (long had a (lev lightsome time. Don Curios had a fine library In his house and It was reported after their return homo trial Don Ambroslo Armijo kept close com pany with the rire-plac duiina tho greater port of the winter, ulways with a book before his eves, Carlos Ttiibldeuu was of French ex traction, ns his name Indicates, lie came lo New Mexico about the year 1S25, nnd settled In Taos. Jose Maria Chaves wag born ami reared In Klo Arriba county. About the year 1S30, or a few years later, the two began driving small flocks of sheep and a few Koats, over what has since been known as tho Spanish trail, to California. Money being scarce their flock were exchangee! for cattle and horses which they brought home and dlsposoa of for good prices. They prospered In the conduct of their business, nnd both grew rich. About the. time of the American occupation or a short time before, the two located In California. Colonel Pcrea met them at their homes lale in the fall of the year 1853. Colonel l'erea referring to his ar rival In Santa Ke In tho late fall of 1S45, In company with lion Francisco Flguea, related a pleasing Utile Inci dent. No sooner was his presence knnwn, than th". pffer wag made by Juan Kclipo Ortiz, vicar general of Hie diocese, 'of his white mule to car ry him to his father's house In l'ern iillllo. Luckily the colonel met and accompanied home, his uncle, Joso laaiulro Pcrea, who was mounted c -a good horse, "hcy made the trip In six hours. golii(f liy the Tlujiida route. !;un FranelHio Klguen calculated to be detained at the capital about fif teen days, In order to rest his tcniTi slerg and animals, and to have some needed repairs made on his wagons. He had thn custarna officials to deal with also. These: matters being con cluded, Don Francisco conducted h:s train of forty wrigons along the east ern slope of thci' Manzalio range to Abo Pass, where ho entered tho Ilio Clrnndo valley, thence over the .Tor nado del Muerto to Paso del Norto, thence to his home In Chihuahua. For the Information of the many readers of the Morning Journal, who know but little or nothing about the Spanish Trail, I will here describe It. properly, the road begins at Taos, and extends in a northwesterly direction until It reaches tho I'tah line, prob ably one hundred miles north of the corner of tho state; thence It extends westerly across tho atute and also the state of Nevada to the California line; theme southwesterly to I.os Angeles. Fremont, Carson and Joseph Walker pnssoil along that route returning easl some time during the year 1S43. old residents now call the road "The Old Spanish Trail." It was abandoned after 1M1. for three reasons, the want of grass, the want of water and dan ger of Indians. W. II. II, ALLISON. A I I W TUF.I.H Itl'ri'.s'l'l'.ll. May I through your valuable paper suggest to the city park commission. that It would be wise to plant a few trees, before tho spring Is past, In the vacant spots around the Highland driveway. They would add much to th0 beauty of Highland park. C1TIZHX. CATTLE BUYERS IT 'E Unusual Activity in Pecos Val ley Market; Roswcll to Have Complete Church Census, (HpeeUl rrrMxtnriftac to Mnrnlnf ournai Koswell, N. M., May 12 A big bunch of cattle buyers nnd commis sion men arrived today and there will be considerable activity In th,. local cattle market. They will deliver and receive principally on contracts closed lust winter. Among the well known bnytrs who arrived today were A. U Ktllsore and 11. C. Harding, of Amar lllo; J. L. Hush of Denver. W. C. Shultx of Cheyenne Wells, Colo.. K. J. Wilkin, of nrunti. Colo., Charles Clayton of Denver, C W. Merchant of Abilene. Tex., S. S. Ward of Vv cos, Tex., U K. Merchant of Carls bad. X. M . J. R. Pearson of Cody, U'yo , Charles Wilson of Ivnvcr. and i d hers. A chnn h census of Hoswell Is to be taken. In one day. The takers will ask the people to what church thev belong or have a preference. If an v. and the Sunday school lo which the Hdtcti belong. If any, ana their pre I'vi'vlicc. I ABDU SPANlTlinlL ROSWELL IN FORGE STI IT FOR BOYS Unique Idea to Make Boy Scouts Aid to American Mer chant Marine; Will Cruise in Fishing Smack. Sea scouting for boys as a means of arousing greater interest among Americans in the merchant murine U advocated utrongly by A. A. Carey, secretary of the Wiilthain Watch Co., of Walthum, Mass., and a great en thusiast In the l!oy Scout move ment. He Intends to take liny Scouts to sea this summer, and with that aim in view he has bought a Glouces ter fishing smack of about 80 tons gross. He is having this ver?cl con verted into a Scout ship. Mr. Carey Is hopeful thnt other men tnteresfed In the l!oy Scout work will take up sea scouting. He is ambitious to have a fleet of scout ships along the Atlan tic coast and another along the Pa. cli'le coast. Mr. Carey looks upon sea scouting Is of Importance to Americans, nnd believes that If American boys can be aroused to an Interest In the sea, there will bo si greater chance for the de velopment of our merchant marine. Aside from that phase however, he thinks thnt his scout ship, called the "Pioneer,'' will provide plenty of fun and helpful training for the boys. Speaking of his ship, Mr. farcy says: , "Her cabin amidships will contain nineteen folding canvas berths, of which eighteen are to be occupied by boys, and one by thslr Scout Master, Mr. Stanley Cady. There will be three small patrols of six boys each, so that a single patrol will man one of the two boats which will be carried slung on the davits over the side. When at anchor in suitable places tho boys will have boat practice and boat games, with swimming, diving, etc. While at sea they wil) be divided Into walches and taught as much practical sailing and navigation as possible. During July and August there will be four cruises of nearly two week each, and the cost will be about the same lis that of a summer ramp. "It Is hop"d that oilier boats will be used In the same way along the Atlantic or Pacific coast lines; and the owners of the Pioneer' will be glad to give or receive suggestions which might tend to help the work along. Please address Scout Ship 'Pioneer,' euro National Headquar ters." Mothers Ynnt Their Sons lo llcconie Hoy Scouts. Mothers; approve of the Hoy Scout organization. While many of them lit first were timid about letting their sons form patrols, and go biking and camping under the guidance of a Scout Master, they now say that the boys have received a great amount of good from the new organisation. Scout Master 11. M. Walls, of Parkers, burg, Pa., writes to the National Headquarters of America, saying: "Mothers report splendid results. They find the boys more courteous to teachers nnd women In general. " Hundreds of other reports sent In show that the boys who have taken up scouting are moro willing now than formerly to attend to the chores about the house; that many of them offe;r to help wash the dishes, run errands and show little attentions that give untold-happiness to their mothers. Scouts make It a point lo see that their small sisters get to and front' school safely. Chippewa Indians lSccome Hoy Scouts. Indians have become fioy Scouts. A putrol of Indian Poy Scouts was organised recently' by L. S. Dale, northwest organizer, In tho Indian m FRENCH FEMALE at P I L L Q. A t t mrr ih Htnir for Rumtinw MuiffrcuTinw. film KNOWN 10 f All. ur-1 8orty 1 Htln. favnoii (iitiiteH'i let M.'iiff Kt'fWIt), MdMH priiat.l fur Bl.fW iter hox. Will will, ihwn on trlttl.kt U d"I for wtwn ifjrttl. HmpV frte. If jm drug.. doM n I ' Hire mew wiia juurann-rf to UM UNITfD MCDICALCO. aoi Tf, UiOM'tM, Sold In AlbuQutwi fcv the i. H Q'Peiliv Co VK MARK IT A IOI.T To serve ynu with bread that equals any that "mother usod to bake." It s so good that once you try It you'll see the folly of bothering with home link ing any, lopi cr. Kurpor? you take a reft for a wec& and have ns supply the blend. We think you'll like our bread as well as your own, pcrhapi better. PIONEER BAKERY 207 South First Street Vaughn anil Koswell Miiii and Pass mgrr llonte. Leaving Ynugnn dally at 8:45 a ni. arrive at Itoswell at 2 p. in. Leave Roswell lt:80 p. m arrive at Yaughn i:50 p, m. Baggage allowance, 100 oiinds. Pate for excess baggage Is $5 per 100 pounds. We are equipped to carry any kind f trunks or buggage, up to fifteen ntmdrcd pounds. Special rates are given for excursions, for eight or more passengers. For further Infor mation write the Roswcll Auto Co., a well, N. M. . I. jtBr - . T.1 t ,a zji I i i lis mm 1U li'lf t IS r-rwrii-a - i i tiiiii I? ! mm iLiriLSfj: .rori iiq The Modern Wash-day Time was when The Wash was a weekly nightmare, wash-day dinner a by-word. The New Perfection Oil Cook-stove has changed all that. Once the wash-boiler is on the stove, it leaves you free to attend to the dinner or any other work. You can move a New Perfection where you please and light it in a moment. It requires no attention after that. A single gallon of oil lasts all three burners seven hours or more. No coal or wood to carry ; no fire to feed ; no soot nor ashes. It keeps a kitchen or laundry cool and clean. It cooks to perfection, with the least trouble and expense. OiLCtok-steve. village on the Fond du I-ac Ileserva tion near Colquct, Minn. They were interested quickly In the Hoy Scout activities .which Pale told them, In cluded, such things us training, track ing and stalking wild animals and bears as their forefathers used to do. 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