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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 191 1.
T IRRIGATION IS! PROFITABLE Faimeis On Job Nidit and D.iy I'nder Carlsbad Project: poj1 Card Day Obseived With En thusiasm. . perl ('irr-p.t,4.n- It Xl.trtotiK Jmrl fin -l-bud. X. M . J tin.- WMtrr linn Ji,i be. :i turned l ;u lit.. tt. big taiuilg til tin- Curls' I t"i!t mm.' the f. i nn. is art- mi tin' jnii nu-l.t urn .I'.IV, Nielli iriig.lthitl has It. colli. ' t,cn.-r.i in tin .i.l..t hi- ri'in has prov.-u thai It ill Tin- b.u rrs.-rvdrs mi' lull Mid irt mir i. n hv wrtl . r i .ii i j -l l. , Ttn I import ant a dliiy in tin- vai. r . rv i. e el thin Maye nf llin i rii-M may mean heat ' t,s. The condition if tii.. cmp is must Xr. lit lit. Tin- 11. Ill i in) m like t t.rn mul cotton arc making rapid growth. 1 hi weather Ihiii l.iiii warm Hhh n: occasional slm,,. r. The second cutting i'f air-iirn is in.r half finished. Tin li-Kl hat I satlsiat tm y . Tin- all.il ln d imp I doing ' ui-ll. .i m linl ler tor threshing tin- imp arc al ready h, m. T.iIk s. asnn thi- mo-t lm provt (I method li-r handling t It - ''od crop from tin- inning tu Hi. liiillinii ulll prevail. Snil buyer .hi iilriii.lv bargaining f"i tin- truii. IHki artl lnjr n Winner. The lull of New Mexico day nut with splendid support in Carlsbad Mini the Carlsbad project. Assistant Post master Hill says that the niuiii . r of card sent nut w very litricf. About 4.1.100 card were specially printed ' tree distribution iiint nil dealers in postal tin i! m: tic ii low riiii' 1 t home view In he iiki'iI mi this (. Tii Cnr rcnl got ""I splendid edition fur the wi (iifiuii, profits, ly Illustrated with Hew vlctv. Tin- Argu wa i'"' finely illustrated. I'ntli paper puh llehfil editions Unit nr- vt-iy , ie,it- blf. The official t.r Hi.' Santa Fe rtlilUity. MNNinli'il III IllilhV tMMH. J. ilrlnkor. tlii urin i.il imwimi r net nl f K. uf X. M. mi iiihi .I tin- m ii-)ii-rg Willi niuiii. i . . Hi nt nit. I'.nih i Ki;tM.i'it Hi"niiti-il uf tniiiiy i urn uiii'K tu in- "i i'i !! t.niiuiy. Illlli-lili l lull rroiin I l. Km kliin l, .Mi-., J 2i. -A niaxl- tiuiin npitil u :i.3' Kimtit, ."(ST Krcatrr limn tin- imiii'.ii l ri iiiin un lit Kan uttiiiiu il hv till- in- l iilli il Stair I'Hltll ldlii I'tllh. til.- lllli .t M.l.lltli.ll tu I hi MMimn m liri'.iitii.iiiKlit. iliirlnc In-i rtuiKlMi'iHuiitiiiii triiiln uv.-r tin- ttl'llrl Ml t-iiiiriM' hi-i't- Ih.Ihv Still AkiiIii-I Piilili-htr Tni-I. Wiixhliifctoii, Jinn I'll - A i 1 1 v i I iinll trtiKt unit Mtallml tlir I'l'i imlli al I'uli-Htthi-rw' iiiKiti lilt inn, rnimminly i nlli'il llii' Matinxlm- tnicl. l.f lil. il In tin Unllfit Hlati-K fiiurl hi Nftv VmU mmif tiin tnmiirrow, Hi rnrilln. In iilinis uf thi rtt iHirtnii nt nf Jiisiii ... 1 ftr 0klftl, CUlamia The Onty r'reton ht rr:hf C(Ui, ihntlrrr.l 15. fr two itrt-.it i unrtiitr-.. iirn tlnnAie tl)r-(iugSnmt ihv vi , l ,iti .invr mul itmiliutwm rwitm rim nl t ..! it U th(.e oi Sunlunl ni4 I iiivcum i-i i a (oruu. LtMttttlor'ir U'i cm m'- wtli nnt,li in eHMi infn(, V JnccHr'tt tM'Ifluiiitr lt iivt C'imtmu.ii, hli(ry muve u. M.nifni symnasHHH, Simci.iI t.' fr brihh liny 'dwfi. A. M., I .at. 1, II.. I I'T rxii:mooi t ; t w itm ii t'OMIWW. 121 Went (odd. I'liono Hi T),vrlii,r for rfnt. ftlhlmn mul repalm for all nakra. w.a. cor: CARPET CLEANING Phone 568 205 E. Central Ave. THF WM. FARR COMPANY VTholeaala and retail dealeri In Freah ; R4 Salt Meat, SauKe Specialty For fflttl ntl hurt tha tilRgoit aiar- kM rrbe. ar. paid. I J . ... " "' ; nil. SIMPLE.OIL ENGINE t M-s I '.! inl.iu- or li . i i.M iie No Ciiiuriim, ia. ...rk No batterlea, ii ii'oiible. St'e oltu operate :,t ::u; ,;,,;, Menu l''ur paitlciilais in,.! pii, addn-jta ', 'JIIIC SISII'I I: oil, lAi.INi; CO., ). ' M V Ml Mi d, " lhjuim 3.i-:;i. ;nrnrtt H'nr k A lllllCiler. Me. IG - ii ; cltiK. of (Commerce E-ttablishta 1890, Albuquerque, JV. M CAl'ITAl. AXl) till! H.rs, '.'"0.0l0.0 Off tra and IHrrttor: B0L0MON UINA. W. S. 8TKICKLKR R. M. UEHRITT Prfnldanl V.-rrn. and Catlilat Aasf Cathlar 3. C. BAi.DKIDUH H. M. DO CO HE RTT FRANK A. Ht'BBEU. U, Yf, KELLt AMPHOsIO CANUKLARIA WM. McINTOSU HIGH HANDED HORSE GOVERNOR'S PARTY THIEVES PROSPER Audacious Rustlers Terrorize Canyon Diablo C-nmuy and Stockmen Prepare to Take Vieoious Measures. (Spn-lnl f trr..fidrr la MttralBf Jaraal l'r-. .tl. Ariz , Jniitr K. Ai t urtl ii. t: tn tli.- t-uil. mi. in iiimft' yfttrilay l' Kr.-J W. 'iil. Inilnin Tr.ltU-r ft I'iiiiv.ni lii.il.lti, mii' uf tin- nittxt .tn- I t-in!..ii ami liliili li.tniii-il tirKuiitxA li.ui in li..r.-.- M.t.liiiK hit knnwn in ArUmi.1 In la t-xi.-.i i f in that limi. II. i- in iiiiiIi- tti I'hiKtiix to .ni lit tin- ni.ittiT t.i tht" Stork Saint. iiv linartl. with tht- tihjwt of hali)K iriinlu.il a. tin il l,intit'.lli.l at tin- tailii-t I'l'iiiirtwiiity, lui.i repr" s. iit nat tuall all slut km. .ii In trnit tlimri.l. Mr. Vulx ctalf tint will If riilnm tin- miuf "ii th- Anili-riton iiit-sa, In nit Utility niilPii tilntv I'an Mm I Hit ii!... In- ran iutu a hunch of II v,. mi ii. urn! a bainl of eighty t'Olta, all t.rainlitJ rtrtiitly itli the iso nill.il linns nf tin- i inn bloat tun. Thf Mum- iimiHtinii is ii'i'valliiiK in other s.itiniis aim the Irn-i of ininj; hnrM'l liim iii-sniiii-il hiii h bIhl ihIiip iiropor tiuiiK that 1 1 1 1 ii i I tu t - in linn In de iiiainl.il l.y tht, ntuekmen to Ftnp It. The iiii'ihoil mlniit.il by tti? rustlers are i iitniiiiKly i arrieil out. A fit r the t t.ltit are fniiiiil rimiiiiiK on the rani! they are nit out ami ilr'.eii In a e. hi teil ... 1 1 1 1 . iiii.l l.r.iinle.1 u ilesired. The i in rn are K' tieru lly unaware of thin t oritliiii.ii until It Is tun late tu lllelltify Unlr prolHTty. The Navajo .'iitlh.iia are iiiiiiiIik thf (n avy Ins. rs. vt hile many American stnt k ii are nisi, niiff-rins luritely. .Mr. 'nl mi a that ulriee the re Ik'iiI of the iwiinvr law, ruittling has ii ..si. r. il a ml i '.title anil home yteal ini! are l.. in eoii'lui letl In the moil nen ami fluKi'aiit manner in nil fi ll. .us ,,f nnrtliein Aii.ona. TAX COLLECTIONS Three Per Cent Higher Than a Year Ago According to Re port of Territorial Auditor's Office. (Hiietlul ULiiaMi la llir Mnrnlna Jtiuraull Santa K N. M.. Jne i'li. The per ii llll,!:.. nf t i.ll. i Ii.. ns of JUKI I'lXi-s liti to date l ;.7.,.r sliu.'sl three per cent hicher lli.iil it u.m u vear an. This Is slinnn by the table made by I'bief I'lerk A. 1. Morrison. Jr.. In the territorial travclinc aiidltor'N ollife. Tile 1 1. I t 1 1 1 1, K ft ale bed on v am, mill of territorial tax referred tn Hie tfi-rilolial treasurer I.-hb cUJ't per cent retained to pay t oinmissiohn nf treastneta and ;:sesti.rt!, ; The table s .y ,-nuntit!,, and the jllrst fl'riuri s ,lin i ollci tit.iiM for May. i lull; the Kecoml, itttal colbx liotiti and the tlilnl repr. Keiita tin- peiv c ntaiie of i la.-i II. j tell The table is an lol. l...'.il: us. 4 ! 71; low Ib-i nallll y,.s. I'lniMs. tH.:,:;t;,9,-,; J :; 1 . :; r .1. ..! : I'i'lliiv. I I'l.rMi.Hi; S31.SSt.XI: 77. 1. t'uri'v, II. iiti2.il: S 1 1 . 2 5 1; . a ; 5T.n. I lon.t .' S. K.l.lv. ' Irani. Ana. J!.."i'l 112; J lTi.TivI 1,2; ! I oT.i..". 7 ; SlT. 211. HI; fil.K. lu. 'tn". !'2; : 1. 1 i l.in.i; M.J. 1 !innl,ilii.t 4 4 I.V $ I I .I'M. OS; Lincoln S.iii m; $i.;;.'r. 2'i: t.:, I .u ha. S V!'!i l.!':i: S2,i.lHH4; H2.1. Al. Klnl. t, S.3:!il.:!i. 811(11.21' 79 . (. Al.ua. .1.7!'2."."i:l!i.l:ii :1 : Hfi.l. I'tt-ro. SS.212.17; S I vti 2 S.t ; k 2. ijti.iy. S.' 4I1.1S; 111. 722 TH. 73 4. Li.. At-rlLa, 12, SI" I j . T.l n.r.9; .'.'.i ;!. ,-lell. I.4I4H"; 7.4J:.2; Si.Mi.i.27: $:..r.7o.ii. 5. VI. S ml. i al. f.n 2. Sap Juan, i I, .127.1 I ; S 7.."ir..7Hi ''.il.,"!. San Mlmu-1. i I a,;7.on : $ 2 : . x I ! .12- tr, :. sanla I'e, 11.472.71; S I u. I ;i. I (S ; M.2. s"""- ';"; ,;:!: 2-4.VJ. S.tt in ro. li.all.Kx; S 1 .1,7 1 t.ili! ; i; t 2 Taos. .'. ii .: , .1 1 : St. 2".v v - ;,ti.7. Tn n.iui . , SI 2in;.7.1; SI !.. 1 1; SM. I'tiit.n, s '. v i ; x . s l ii , .; ii . 1 1 ; ux .i, V'.i I, in 1 1. 4.K.1il."2; SI I 47n. IS. 7.. Tot .Is $ 1 Jn.i'.'S. $ :it:i,Sii.l H, llt-.il it. e- Ib id In,- Then j 1'illsl.in i;. .Inn,, .'li... I. I'eaisttn all allt. net .111-1 pliM.i.nt nf the fllbill LfllllV it. Ill), lilt i. thi" , it, ;,n, s I M i 'al null. in. a .btk t mplov - ;. .1 In th. . ..I 11. .Iin. V.,t.li'...t .V I '..III .,t IH . I.lt.keis "tie air. St. . I '' lit.I'V. .halted ttllll tile tilt l tt ' ab ' at I belfUKd,,. f j 111. h, . k. late I l m, I II i- said ",,t. mi wttrih the b..n,s i I iVe I e. i... ,,, ,i, l,,i,,n, bile i.. .ii ua.e.l I'harisi-s of ir,vn ;an.l re-.niiiS stol. n k Is w.-i,. m,,.!,. Iialli-. I'. al st.ll alltl Cini.i .1,111 Tin- rpiiri. Is sh,. a help t.i b.r mi.ili.r "" a-ketl ,'lie Uoiiiau, "V,-i indeed.- repll. .1 til. other i"sht- ba t n.cbt b.r .. s., 'nilimrv I ;" nisli .1.1 of . ookiHB - Y nl,nii;. I Inn Star. INGRES! R S ni uuu SPLENDID WORK DONE ON THE BLUE CANYON ROAD Mills and Prison Warden Re turn' Last Night; Territorial Engineer Still On Job, i ;..v iTiu.r W. J. Mill, ami Warih I I'leof-it Kinii-r,i of th,. t.rritorial nt nit.-nti.iry lit S uit i Ke r.-turnetl tt till t ity l.mt niclit from Sor.irrn. lure tiny, in eoiiiintny with terri torial Kimineer r'harl. a l. Miller, in siei t"-tl the work tji-ne by the force nf convict on t!ie llliie canyon Toad, lielw.-en Socorro ami M.iK.lal' na. Kn- Kinttr Miller riiiiaiiieil at tlie rmul viinit luisleil with the work of laying out the route ft.r further work and wilt return today. The governor and warden exiiresxed theliiftelven an very muih .lcaseil with tin- way the big Imiirmmt-nt Is lu-iim carried out. While at the coinitt ramp they In- e-ii)al.il conditioiiH. which have re sulted In the rdriipf of Hniiie five eon- vh ta and it I lu llevetl that no further rwre will occur. M. . llurstim ar raiicd for the trio out to the canyon am) I'll t itizi'ii of Socorro nccompan lej the governor's party in half a tloren automobiles out to the artne of operation. The forenoon wa fpent inst t tiiig the work and the party ar rived at the tmivtt l ramp Jiift at lunch time. The official report that the work !;! r.nt i.n'.v h, lione ruiidly but thoroiiKbly and m-rniaiitntly. When linished this road will afford a iuick and easv route t om Socorro to Mait iluli'int an, th,. Interior of the euunty itnl tiwliiir to the laittely iiicreamd nil nilw-r of a iiliimoliili-s now used by the nhccpmi n and ranchmen It will be a bis; convenient--. Knplneer .Miller complimented the citl'.cnn of Socorro most highly for trii-ir wine-attahe eniuusiaam in me matter of good mail, and aald he had not found a liv elier bunt 11 ,'t' cltuen in the terrllorv. GEM CITY Civic Pride of Postmaster and "Citizens Results In Real Beauty Spot In Center of Socorro, atrrtid i.tt,lt-h la Ilia .Mitrninv Ji.araMll Socorro. N. M June 2. Socorro ia Juntly proud of ht r new 1 ity park. In Hit renter of the plaza, whit h largely IhroiiKii the Initiatlte of I'oat-mant.-r Kiltrell Iuih been made one of the handsomest little beauty spots tn lie found In any city In New Mexico. The "Id picket fence ia now beini! re moved and a mat cement ci.plnR put 111 Its place while the K'niilals have be, I. otherwise Improv ed mid beauti fied T Cor.vict Makes Way Fiom So corro Back to Penitentiary and Wants to Stay There, lt.-Ut liUpitirh lo the M.irnlng JnuraaM Santa Ke. N. M.. June 2ti. ' 1 wa si iiteiit t ti in serve a term In the pen. Ilelitlall lllld lint III bull, I mails" K.'lbl a tniiviit lin uiiieare,l at the pri son Vesttiilay and rana the bell for admittance. He escaped ivo or three days a;t I nun the , tun Id imiih at work on Hie Line I'an.voii road near So, orrn and iitaib- his way back tn the peni tential . evidently prcicrrin the i i ncry inside the tour walls to that around Sot tu rn. He una ,romptl ad mitted ami will bine his desire fstay at home Kratilletl. SURE GUREFDR THE BLUES M . 1 tin - KniK, the "noisy liuttli tiiit-diaus," stilled an Immense hit at tile Inuailar Crystal last lliuhl In Iheir initial p, rtnrmaiii . V'ilh a ple.i.siiiK .i.Mil.iMalit.ii of snwini:, ilall. Ilia all.) illiililtable ItruttUi- lilt jolly lain, h mail.- many hearts Kind. Mr. Mattin Is a ClUllttlla II Set i.ll.i to in. lie mul his tunny .tilths, t lever ami It'lint il, are a suit' cuie t t.r tile blue-, T'ie Hi. naueiiit 11I ui the I'rvstal are tn If . oliKlittlllati tl in their (-Uni ts tf s.tiiu Ki.ittl, tban vauilttlll- for tile ainllst lilt 111 ltiVtls t.f e tin. ( Itliittti l.rls Sniitli, t St-liool Meet. San I r 111, tn. tt. Jitrte 2'. -- hit an.. In the tlty l, Villi, h Will be 11. . llle iw-vt triennial t oiiveuiion of the Ini.-r. iiHlional Saiiilaj s. hot.1 asxui latum. Tin- t x.,, I date in I'.'M ha lint been t-lt,t ted 111 yet but i-rtil-abh t, ill Ije toniori o . GTS at wmm utinu BEAUTIFUL PARK AT WARN SENTENCED TO BUILD fills IIS! COMEDIANS' RAFF A GROCERY GO. Good Things to at GROCERS A N D B A KERS I'ol'fee t-ak,. tin- liest you ever ate, freb l. .day Ilk- t'rcain pufis ithnse delic- ioua ones, ilnzen 3IK- Almon.l II. .ri.s. the kind every one likes, duxen . . Sc Layer , uk. s, all kinds and flavor, e.i. Il from 23 to Olle Fruit Inns (with nut and raisin-, dozen .... Ill,- Try a f.w of our bakery (.nods, tht y are fine and It ninth eal.r to buy a cuke than bake one the,, hot day. Special for Today Only l.arvc can St. I'hArh milk le 1- run SI. 10 I quart Mason Jar tjtyer olive "M. S otie-iiouii'l can Heinz I'.aked Leans n."c fi biitlltfc niiUnt Club tiiiKi-r Ale. better than imported . in 1 tiinrt can best olive oil H5r Laiiaiia.", per dozen 2,"m' 4 t una lame .delicious cuntahitipt-s 2.V' 1 crate name u.irty .... 2.H l, in' fnri:el. dot rolls ami fresh bread eiery day at II o'clock. JAFFA'S ril0?'KS. 51-32. WIFE PULLS KNIFE T OF CRAZED BY DRINK, SAN IGNACIO MAN SEEKS END Thrusts Weapon Into Breast Before Horrified Spouse at Atrisco; Believed He Recover, While standing laikiiiK to his wife .11 If. nt of the home af i ,la.l Arm -lo at ItanchoN tie Atrisco at noon yes-t.-rday. Carlo Il-rrera. a well tu do native of San Ignaclo in the lllo I'm n t) valley, w ithout warning ja ked a loin; knife from hi belt . tal plungetl tt Inl his left breast. Ii'i'c y missing the heart. Hi w ife shrl. ketl and as H rnra fell, after a f mil attempt to pull Die knife out of the wound, she stooped over and extract.. I the wi n-'-on. rr. F.ligio Osuna was tailed lr.111 tbh city and on his return last nn'ht sai,' that the man. while .-.angcrou. ly totuitled in the car, II u ngion, and a 1 hniii'i' of recovery. Hi rrcra. it Is said, has iten d.-.nk-ipe pretty heavily for th. past we k f i- so, but wis apparently si her Wit 1 he committed the deed. . cause t ut drink can be assigned fur llle deed, and il Is believed that til - mull s .ll denly went insane a the result of the 1 1. nil, In, tl ion of extreme heat an I booze. JURY IN SEE CASE ORDERED LOCKED UP FROM HER HUSBAND Chicago. June 21. Judge Huiinre. in w h.ise court llle trial of Evelyn Arthur S. e. founder "f "Absolute Life," Is being ctiildiict-.l this utter noon, ordered that the jury he lucked up the rt maintlcr of the trial, on rep resentation by the def. use t.iat the jurmen mixht be Inflm 1,. ,-d by car toons and report appearing In th new s,-,. s. Court adjoin n. ,1 early to allow the luri.rs to -, 111. such pe i.uial , Heats as thev l'i . need. M. lla Ibes, one of tin- leaders of llle Lull, via 011 the st tml most ol the liav. rrost-cuttir Luinham wa 1,111. LI.- to f! ure from b.r 1misln that there liittl tver been Hnyihing morally in egiii.tr. althuuHli she ad mill. . I thing in the fain,. Hat with Sec , S:ic dt ait-d that she nn made a com csstoii to Police Captain Uanner. Try a Morning Journal Want AO HUNDRED WITNESS PROCESSION Solemn Corpus Chi isti Pageant of Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe at Santa Fe Sjnday, !riH-ri!,l IHsiuirli " th Mnraiar Joaraall j Santa Ke. N. M., June Hun jdred of people turned out yesterday .morning to witness the solemn C'or 'pus fhrlstl iiroccKSton ol the Church ioC Our Ladv of Uiuh alupe. whici 'took place at i:2) a. m. Man., niem- berii of the parish walkeJ in the j.ro cessinn, which proceedel oj, Ou.ula lupe treet to Montezuma avenue, t? lOalisteo street and down Le Wrs:.." ! .street hack to the i-hurr!!. There wcie Jtwo altara at which atop v.--re made i for the benediction. Oik- van at the ! house of EverUto Lucr and tie oth er at the house of Mr, Mart'na Laci. I Tlje street were in good col! liti m jaiid were lined, with cedar tree,, as If. customary on there occasions. The aacred host wa carried by the pastor, the Kev. A. Besset, who wag attended by the assistant pastor, th Lev. Julius Hartman. Durro I'omc lulo II is Ovtu. The gentle hurro, alias saint of the desert, alias Kocky mountain canary, is coming into his own. Alter centuries of hard and meniaJ labor as a wood carrier, the gray coated beauts' with the elephantine curs, are to be the Mar boarders at the summer resorts in Lie middle wet. This is attested by the following let ter sent W. H. (.Socket of thi .ity, by James K. .Halliday, proprl 'i -. of the Hermitage hotel and votta.'s at Michigan City, Intl.: "bear Sir: Our friend. Will Wunn. say you arc tht best man in New Mexico. I want one or two burros for my boy to ride. Kindly inform me by nturn mail the cost of same, properly crated f. o. b. express, r. S. Call on me while in the city." Well, Mr. (Joebtl has answered that excellent burros. that are "good lookers." and will travel at a fairly Kod speed, can be had for 111 each. The transportation to the ltoosif! stite will be J35 more. So, for about $100. Mr. Halliday's boy . may ride burros at his father's summer resort. Notaries AiMiiiteil. (Jovernor Mills has appointed the following notaries public: Colin Neb lett, Silver City, (Jrant county; Allen M. MctJce. Artesia, Kddy county; IMan-clino Cartia, Santa Fe. John . Heneau, Logan, Quay con-iy; Wll'l-i m McKean. Taos. Taos cou.it v. Huek From t'arrlioio. Chief Clerk Rupert F. Apluini ,1 the department of cducrlion. I. is re turned from Carrizozo, wi-r-. he !c livt feii an adilres on '"i ii ' S. hxol .'.a the Social Center," b. lore the icuntv institute, which is hrimi he J :l.ere. i'rs. Pixon.ls 'in.- conduct''', and Miss Maud Hancock of Santa Fe is instructor. Mr. Asplund savs that County School Superintendent John Haley has a fine corp of teachers and hi:- schools are In fine cnnditljn a a ii suit. Allcnit Needed. Further developments in the horse and express wagon mystery which at tracted the attention of ranchers in and mar l.amy, would Indicate that the owner wa a (it rmun or American shoemaker and that he acted in a manner which would Indicate that his mind was unhinged or he is playing a stupendous practk il joke. Il appeals that the unideiitirieu man. whose horse and buggy was found at the old coke ovens, was go ing from Lamy to Glorletta and on the, way scattered shoe tacks in the sand and burned an umbrella he car- ried with him. It is said he "planted ' no less than tight pacKaRt 01 mem,,,, js,.aied for not only by reason tucks. j of the Intrinsic interest ot ihe subject. The man had with him shoemaker's i hut also because these emotions may tool and as vvt little Is know n of hi he taken lo exhibit in comparatively history t tmyje and elementary form, contli- " . . - ,,.. t ions which are found In still greitcr A message was rcct'lv ,d from l-amy (.mll,(.x). , lh human subject and nil nioiniUK siaiiiig toiii a 01. in an swering the description of this trav eler, bought a ticket at (Jioriottu for Albuquerque and on reaching the Duke Citv threatened to sue the rail road company for alleged collision with his horse and buggy, which was mile nwtiv. He will probably receive a visit frm an alienist. TWO MEN HURLED TO I DEATH IN EXPLOSION! reoria. 111., June 26. An explosion in the coming mill of the Western Powder company at Edward street station this afternoon resulted in the death of two nieu and the total de molition of the plant. The cause of the explnion ha not yet been as certained, but i It supposed to have been started hy a spark. The hndios of the two men were! blown a distance of 1.10 f't-t and I t rl'dy irangied Mogolfon Stage and Auto Line DAILY I.XC EPT SIXDAY. Leave Oliver City. 7 a. m. Arrive Mogollon, 4 p. m. Leava Mogollon, 7 a. m. Arrive pllver City. I p. in. special car on request. Call or a Idrcua C. W. Marriott, Prop.. 811 er City. N. M. I FRENCH FERALi PILLS. KIVII Illttl Tl till. r r-tr r ,u. i. 11 UJ.4.'..J 111 B-fJc4 tw,i4 1 v.r fi.tttt tm (..... I'init, ! intl.fci w ii4 IV : r--ifwl. Hjn)th t rw. If ymt 4tfiUl ait m , ia rmt ofitm i n $oW ia AlbvwuqM fry lit tt. 0'fffr C EL PORVE!NIR RESO RT Do you enjoy mountain climbing to El Porvenir. w i, jvj ttuui iisiuiiK aion to El Porvenir ..a o y,U e,"j0;i dC" and 0,her W fia,"e shooting. Including the l.,h and the bear? Coma to El Porvenir. Do you want a rest from the things you are used to, a real vacutien rest and recreation? Ccme to El Po rvenir-you will be ma,e "01', ,J c8a. . 3L, P. C).. lVtrvcnlr. X. M. FEDERAL COURT OF APPEALS UPHOLDS E ABBOTT Declines to Review Suit Grow ing Out of Broyles Bankrupt cy Because of Lack of Juris diction. The case t.f Franz II. Schmidt, trus tee, against the Hank of Commerce of this city, an etho of the now famous J. N. Iiroyles bankruptcy, was prac tically thrown out of court by the L'nited States circuit court of appeals at St. Paul, on the ground th it the court h:id no jurisdiction to review the case, it being c bankruptcy mat ter, after a decisi, 11 had been made by the supreme court of New .Mexico in the case. This opinion practically uphold Judge Abbott, the trial Judge of the nriginar cause, who decided the cn.se for the plaintiff when it was fir! heard before him. The supreme court of the territory held with Judge Ah lott on its review of the case, and the action of the court of appeals also sides with him In the matter. In the argument before the ?t. Paul court, tiie plaintiff, Schmidt, was represented by Francis K. Wood, of the firm of Marron A: Wood, while the JSank of Commerce was rcprt vent ed by Colonel E. W. Lol.son. Emotional Life of Animals. Conduct in "skulkink" animal which ha hitherto been treated as a form of perversity and punished severely seems to Dr. Wyndhuin Cottle and 1'r. Cunningham L'.rown, imth careful In vestigators of the subject, to be due tn a cataleptic or paralkxed condition The condition may be due to fear, but at any rate, these phenomena in the emotional life of animals, these physi. clans affirm In a report appearing In the London Times, bear in a way us yet unsuspected upon the emotional life of man. It is true that the emo tion of th,. lower animals and the effects upon their nervous and muscu lar (osteins which these emotions "la Prouuec nsxe scaneiy rcroivcu from naturalist and physiologists th- amount of study they merit. V It. .11 which, If correctly interpreted, would JUG ti)Mtttt0tttM Have You Seen the " - Arizona Cok Book Compiled by New .Mexico niul Arizona women for use In (hi altitude. All rcclH?g liavo been tested ami found infallible for HIGH ALTITUDE COOKING 4IH pngvs. Contains nxHtte for Ilcu'rages, Urenil. Ilrcakfa.l Ditlics, Cakes Candle, tliafin Dish. (Ihic 'rtHii-iti-s, Iiewcrts l-gg", (iame. Ires Sherbets, Irishes for Invalids, M,iiti, Poultry, Pitililiii",, Salads Saudwlelics Soups YesWalde, tu. Hound in White OllcloUi. , r Price $2.00 1 Piibhshrd l) the Williams Public Library A-s,h ialioii. I Oil Sale at 1 I STRONG Si BOOK STORE j 09 HMtMlfiHMIIIIIHIIIMfllNIIMIIIIHINIHIH ALBUQUERQUE J Bottlers of j GENUINE COYOTE SPRINGS MINERAL WATER From the original Harsch Spring In Coyote Canyon, All S kinds of Sodas, and the Special High Ball Ginger Ale. ?, 305 NORTH FIRST ST. . Phone 813, ' - LOMMORI BROS:, Proprietors, t - iou enjoy r,w. dom from the city, j heat and dirt ( fummer? Come , the mountains of u Porvenir. Do you lon ft bright a u n 1 1 s j, , instead of blizzrj, In winter? Come to EI Porvonir Laiuh, Do ' you enjfty Jiorseback rldins oser ntountajn trails or alons well-kept roads? Come to E Portfeulr. i Ih you enjoy tramps and cxplor. Ins ex p e ti 1 1 i o n a aiitons; , the gTm rocks and nine. Come to El Lorve. either afoot or In the saddle ? Cm. g a dancing, crystal stream? 01 "' vunn ever, day cxcit-i Sunday at 8 01, be found to render intelligible a great variety of human action, more -pe. cially in savage. In th uncultivated and in children." The whole subject was just sufficiently touched bv thp geniu of Darw in to show how wide 1 tield it offers for further and more minute research. Dur.liii'o iutestigaiiaii ot tile out- ! ward expression of strong feeling. w0 read in the conclusions of th.? author), tits already named, with enough tu show that these expressions are fre "" ""' associated with and may often be dependent uimn perversions wf secretion which exert an action anal, ogou to that ol poisoning upon trie nervous centers, and may , U irly either itimplate these centers In tx-presaiv-p action or miy reduce them to a state of torpor or paralysis. "Ulns. tralions of the modification of secre tions by emotion are to be tomul abundantly in all systematic works 011 physiology." Cases are rerouted, fur exampb.. In which r. bitch, incited to furlong a liter in defense of her pup. pies, ruckled tltem as soon as the dan gar was over, and gave with her milk a narcotic poison which proved fata; to thtm all. 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