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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1911.
jiilaloy'sjj Ripe and Juicy Received fresh every day t Mr Ih Native Apricots : 10c lb. J : Watermelons ; 2c lb. 5 Green Beans and Yellow I Beans I 2 lbs. for 25c i Fancy Iced Berries 2 for 35c Loganberries 2 for 25c Blackberries 2 for 25 Raspberries 15c Box Belle Springs Butter 2 lbs. for 55c AJ.MAL0Y Phone 72 Municipal Flags. The city of- Indianapolis has jiist adopted h municipal flag, and there .are ample Indications tiiat the fad will spread until no hamlet large enough t' get listed in Frank Hitchcock's steam-roller Index, nibi i-wise known as the Postal Outfit.- i!l lack an en sign to tling to the breeze on estal occasions. Already Buffalo has adopt ed the Idea, with a veritable Niagara of enthusiasm, anil Pink Mink, Mich., and Yellow Dog Aril., will follow shortly. Just what the Huffuln de sign will be ;ms not so far been an nounctd, but Indianuolis who for an instant would be in doubt A lame nian could guess It with his eyes shut a bottle or Ink md a pen. on a Meld d or, surrounded by a flowing act "f whiskers. Now let the civic race for fame ami ?lory proceed. Let all the artists ol the land lay aside theii designs for magazine covers and tooth piste ails and devote lh-lr Olympian genius for a day cr two to the creation of munic ipal banners so that a stranger travel ing 'from ocean to ocean may be able t tt II through what towns be passes without consulting railroad folder or Policeman. Just as a starter we take pleasure in suggesting P beanpot for lioston, a folding bed for Philadelphia; a dollar couchant with an outstreatch eil hand rampant for New York, a b-'g of stripes covered with snot on tt background of stripes for Pittsburg and a couple of bottles i f beer unu a butigstarter for Milwaukee that Is, "'il'ss St. Louis should file an objec tion. Washington Post LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES They Are Closely Observing Public Health Conditions . An examining physician for one of ihe prominent Lite Insurance Com panies, in un Interview on the sub ject, made the astonishing statement that the reason why so many appli cants tor insurance are rejected is '"cause kidney trouble. com. moo to the American people, and the irge majority r applicants do not von suspect that they have the dis ease. "c states that' Judging from his own experience -and reports front '"uggistn who arc constantly in direct "uch with the public, there Is one Preparation that lias probably been '"ore successful in relieving and cur io these diseases than any remedy Known. The mild and h....n.. ...... 'c of Dr. Kilmer's. Sivamp-Knot Is on realized, 'it stands the highest . ,i,H remarkable record of cures. e find that Svvnmp-Koot is strlet- nu herbal compound and w0 would "'vice our readers who feel in need " such a remedy to glvo It a trial, v. . , "'I t all drug store in " 'ttlos of nixes f i f t y cents and " ' 1 doiiur, llowev, r, if you wis!, first to test " wonderful merits, send to Dr. Kii "'r & Co., Iilnghamton, .V. Y for ''"plo hot, i,., absolutely free. When nting h,. HHrp nn(J n '"rn!ng Journal. Jcumal Want Ads Get Results. NAT REISS MHKESLUDRGHIEFSMUST'SRFFORD COIEOE VARGAS PARADE HOWLING HIT III Carnival Man Pleases People of Kearney, Who Say Show Is One of the Cleanest and Best Going. Nat iteisg anil his Mb carnival out fit, which he will bring to the Now 'lexleo fnir this fall, have been mak ng one egregious hit in that dear eurncy. Neb., according to a recent ssuo of the Kearney "Dully Hull." which gives Xat and his show a big pull', ns follows: A happy crowd of several lumtiivJ caught by the carnival humor, cele brated the opening performance of the Nat Ileiss carnival company last NAT 11F.IKS. The Carnival King, t'omimr to Albu. ipicniie I'ulr Willi Big: Show. evening by attending thP cleanest and best shows ever seen with a carni val ccmpany In this city. From the beginning to the close of the shows the evening w is one of en IJoyment to the Kearney patrons. From the roulette wheel, where the : youngsters rolled In glee clear around the semi-circle of tents to the glass blowers the crowd found stmethlng worth wiille to amuse and to enter tain. The side show was more than worth the mcney. the Oay Paroe was enter taining, the old Plantation wag amus ing and Lotta was great and tu way i Irene was whirled round through the air in a hypnotic trance was mystify 'imr .Showers of confetti and a hippy spirit -on the part of all added to the enjoyment of the-evening and the manner of handling the crowds re flected credit on Nat lleiss and his corps of managers. The people were treated courteously and the employes as well as the patrons at no time laxed into the least suggestion of hoodlumlsm. For the first nig.it the shows were unusually well patronized and the crowd was thrilled with the high div er's werk and in the various shows, a deserving review of which cannot be given here, the performances were first-class for no pains had been spar id to make them so good that the peo plr; who attend may go away and spread a good advertisement for tin; managers. The reports that Nut Keiss brought from other towns we at first look with a little bit of salt, but the Hub now finds no fault with the carnival, and after attending every show on the grounds, rccoinn'ends it as the clean est and most entertain'ng carnival ever brought he re. . Forest Kile on hntou Mountain. Trinidad, t'olo., June 26. Two hun dred men are today engiged in fight ing a forest fire on Uaton mountain fifteen miles south of here that brok. out late last night and hue destroyed much valuable timber. The lire is be lieved to have been started by campers and Colonel J. A. venh, owner of the W'ootoon estate that Is being dam aged h 's oll'in il a big teward fni their apprehension. A Queer Inhabitant of New Guinea. An extraordinary-looking animal Is the- Pro Kchidua, a species of ant-bear which Is tound in certain parts of New Guinea. The natvex of the Arfak mountains have a very peculiar theory as to the origin of the species. They believe that a certain bird now and again lays a special sort of egg in Its nt-.-t, hatching it out n the ordi nary way. On discovering the fome nting has gone wrong nnd thnt the shell contains sonie weird kind of ani mal, Instead of a fledgling, the mother bird not unnaturally gets angry, and decides to evict the little stranger. Noting that Its unout Is suitable for burrowing, she takes It down to the ground and buries it, when it later emerges as a full-grown ant-bear. The native Idea, of course, Is ipilto wrong; but the little beast iUelf, curiously enough, lays eggs and lives by burrow ing in the ground for worms and Injects. It likes a rocky, limestone country, and Is onlv able to move very slowly. Wide- World Magazine. TOl'GIl OX TEXAS. A young lieutenant from n New York regiment surveyed the Texus "i-.-nerv gloomily and reflected upon his great distance from the lights of Hroudway. The smoke from the smel ter and the swirling sand from the low-lying hills had spoiled the lieu tenant's disposition. "Tell me," said un editor from F,l Paso, "isn't there seme hidden pur pose behind this im bllxatlon'.'". "There Is,", replied the lieutenant; "we are g"in. to force Mexico to t.' k-; buck Tex.i."-Kuivcss Magaxine, Journal Want Ads. Get Results. NEBRASKA j: fk X WSI APOLOGIZE 10 I Committee of Lawyers Finds That There Is Good Ground for Charging Gompers, etal., With Violation of Court Order. I By Moraine Journal Spm-I.iI I.-a4 Wlrr Washington, June 26. President Samuel Oompers, Vice President John Mitchell and Secretary Frank Morrl boi) of the American Federation of Labor, under rules issued today by Justice Wright of the district of Columbia Biipreine court, were cited to appear Monday, July IT and show cause why they should not be punish ed for contempt of court. The court'a action followed the fil ing of the report of a committee of lawyeis appointed to investigate th charge that an injunction granted by the court in favor of the llucks Stove and Range company of St. l.ouls had been violated. In case the labor leaders ore ad judged guilty it is an open question whether the court will impose a ju dicial sentence. The committee's report submits that there is ground to charge each of these parties with wilful defiance of the orders of the court. However, it Is suggested that the labor leader ucteJ under the belief that they were within their constitutional rights and the committee virtually recommends that due apologies and assurance of future submission, If they be forth coming, settle the matter. Mr. Oompers is deallh with as th chief offender, twenty-two of the twenty-seven typewritten pages of the repoit being devoted to him. It Is probable th cases will not be heard before fall in the event another trial becomes necessary. The United States supt-eme court recently eet aside jail sntenc)8 here. tofore Imposed by Justice Wright. The supreme court held that the contempt on which Justice Wright formerly passed w-as a civil nature and against the ltucks Stove and lUnge company. Tho supreme court, however, gave to tho district court a right to re-open the caso in the event that any con tempt of the court Itself or Us orders, should be found, ; Inasmuch as the atovo company and the American Federation of La bor had adjusted their differences it was not supposed that the matter would be pursued further, but the day following the decision ' Justice Wright appointed a committee of three lawyers to Inquire into all the circumstances of the esse and to de termine whether or not there hd been a contempt of court itself. This committee consisted of J. J. Darling ton, Daniel Davenport and Janie-B M. Heck. Mr. Oompers Is dealt With as the neM Of an inquiry by these men Inas much as they all had been associated as counsel for the stove company against the federation. Angora Goat Skins. Nearly all the, buggy robes sold as wild animal fur arc nothing more than Angora goat ukins dyed. A good many of the so-called real monkey ifkin muffs, and coats worn by women ar only straight-b'alred goat skins dyeJ black. The buffalo, which long supplied buggy and carriage robes, has been exterminated, and nearly all other kinds of fur are rare and expensive. The demand for this class of product has always been enormous. There is no domestic animal that csn supply this demand better now than the An gora goat. Whoii the hair Is of one month's growth It enn hardly be dis tinguished, if dyed black, from the Astrachan. If taken at m earlier period It enn be made to represent the polar or the black bear, according to the dye used. One of the most profitable uses to which the Angora goat skin can be nut is n the making of lace trim mings, which command a price a yard (iuivalent to $15 for a Siuele hldu. Another use is In making floor rugs and armchairs. The market value of the loose goat skins In the raw stute Ih about $J apiece for well-haired k ins, the principal competition being lost, of the Imported Chinese skins, which are used for the cheaper grades ef robea and rugs because of their coarseness. Angora goats are now to be found chiefly in Texas and Montana, al though several of the I'uclflc coast states raise a great many. The flockt In those regions are a itobs of tht, imported Angora and the common Mexican gnat. It was not until tht fourth and filth crosses that all the churacterlrtics of the common goat disappeared and the pure white good shearing goat with long, silky mohair resulted. Their fleece, the mohair of commerce, ns n textile fabric ranks next to silk. A tremendous Increase in Ihe num ber of Angoras has occurred In the last lew years, The chief reason Is that the price of mohair has risen very high. The goatg are clipped twice each year, in February and Oc tober. They yield three or four pounds of mohair in a year, although some of them no ug high as eight or ten pounds. The other week there was sold at one market point In the great range country of southwestern Texas 130,000 pounds of mohair that brought 86 cents a . pound. New York Sun. Let Reason Talk to Habit If coffee upsets (digestion and nerves, quit it, and use well-made POSTUM "Tl.e;v a IUwmid." -" JUDGE WRIGH OE LOCAL BANK Paper In Home County Has Ap preciation of Expert Work of Auditor Who Takes Position In Bank of Commerce. Thi week's Farmington Kntctprlae, published In Traveling Auditor Saf ford's home county, ? On Monday morning at the Enter prise office Mr. C. V. PafforJ wrot.' and mailed to .Governor Mills lwa resignation ns traveling auditor New Mexico, a position he lias iiehl ever since the otllce was created '.en years ugo and during which time ha has established ill .New Mexico v..xi probably the best tin inclal sys'. m of public accounting in the I nited States. j'Jvery tax roil mane on ov i t- as-1 ' J 1 Fcssors, every receipt Issued by conn tv treasurers nnd every financial transaction of the county clerk lina county commissioners is reported to j the traveling auditors otlice at the capitoi and a duplicate set of books lx kept thero for each of the countiis in the territory. Thes books are keut bv exnerts and the work is bet ter and in a more Intelligible form than In nlmost any of the counties. This system covers not only current business, but full Information on all bonds, interest charges, and oilier matters ix-rtainlng to oath county. A duplicate set is ulio kept which shows the rondlitoiis at uny lime ol the pent tentiary. Insane asylum and the eight or ten educational institutions of New Mexico and which handle any whatever. . The territorial all public boards I territorial mineyi. " ! traveling auditor's office also examines all territorial (mintites to pass a given point, banks, at periods of nhort Intervals,. &nU Fl,ana ftn(1 rtlli,lits (lf n,,Br. and It la gratifying to Mr. Hal ford and !by towns nR we, nR tourl8tH rrom a 8I10UIC1 i( lo ;no peoine oi ,-v mi-M- co that there has not been a terri torial bank failure in New Mexico since Mr, Safford went Into ofllce. On only a few occasions were banks found In band condition and in each of thesn cases Mr. Safford personally di rected their affaire until they were again on a sound basts. The first year Mr. Safford took theVlrln and ,1,le1d wax tapers flicker. ortlce or traveling nuuuor, he recover ed from county collectors and other public officers iarge suing which were found owing and many, of these de. linquencies had run f"" a- number of years and it in almost remarkable that he recovered the large amounts he did without a single prosecution or suit. From that time (o this, 10 years ow-lng to his careful supervision, there has been only four or, five shortages in th accounts' of county lofflftlals and In each of there cases; Swii. Safford has succeeded In oolleuUiW Uoin either the defaulting oftlco, or Jiia bondsmen every penny of rJuJ.lJiOnQney which they have" failed to accni r for. Mr. Safford refjgns! tVr Bo purpose of accepting the position of cashier of the.Tlank of CoiJimerev of, Albuquer que, the second largcfjt' financial In. stitutlon in New Mexico, and the one which has made phe'nomlnally rapid growth during the past six years. The Fani of Commerce Is a terri torial bank, not hampered by restric tions os to loans which ore imposed on the national banks, and is there fore able to do more for the upbuild lng of New Mexico than any other In rtitutlon In it, because it Is assisting rying a banner emblematic of the so the development of tho territory byclety to which they belonged. Many providing funds for real usUte and women followed, praying the rosary other Improvements and for the pur chase of county, school district and municipal bonds and Indebtedness which are very hard to dispose of on the eastern market. We congratulate Mr, Safford on the success he has made a.H a. public offi cer, and upon his selection for the important position which he will now tako, and we also congratulate the Hank of Commerce on being so for tumUe a to secure tlte services of the st known man !n New Mexico, and a man whose ability as a financier is so far ahead of uny other man In New Mexico that there Is absolutely no comparisoii. 1 PRETTY CEREMONY HAPPY CULMINATION OF ROMANCE A pretty romance was brought to a happy culmination yesterday when Itev. Hugh A. Cooper of the First Presbyterian church united in mar rlage Ralph H. Doubleday of Laramie, Wyo., and Miss Olive K, Walker, of Cheyenne. The bride arrived In the city yes terday morning, having come all the way from Cheyenne to meet her lover, and no time was lost In getting the license and finding Kev. Mr. Cooper and having the ceremony performed. The groom Is the manager of the picture show which is traveling through the country showing the pic tures of the Cheyenne Fair and Hough Riders week, w hie h was attended last fall by ex-President Hoosevelt. While showing the pictures at Laramie, Doubleday met the young lady who last night became his wife. The at traction was mutual and the end of the courtship took place yesterday when each one pledged to the other their wedding troth. The happy couple left here for the west last night. They will show at In termediate points between here and tho coaiit, and will then spend a vaen tlon beside the great waters of the Pacific ocan. A M.I.M STAlt Pooth Turklimlon was talking in Indianapolis about the stage "There were two actresses In an early play or mine." h rild "both very beautiful; but the lending act ress was thin. She .(uarreled one dav at rehiarsnl wt;i the other lady, nnd ho nmle.l the quarrel bv saving haughtily: 'emeniljf r. please, tint I am the star!" "Tes, I know you'ri the star." the other retorted, eyeing with ewi umused smile th liHilInq acte.-ss's long, slim flfiire, but you'd look heller, my .lehr tr you wire a llt'le meteor." Wash ington tXnr. III SANTA EE Solemn Ceremonial Attends Carrying of Statue to Chapel Whence Procession Returns to Cathedral On July 4th. . (Spm-IbI CorrfMpoatlracfti to Montta Juaraal) Santa Fo, N. M.. June 26. The statute of the lilessed Virgin Mary, carried by tour young ladies In snow white attire un.l wearing the silver medal of the Virgin suspended by a otiMii.. riMn.ti ..m tli..ii t-h.Mtf un.l carrying a pearl rosary in their hands, was the central figure of the famous DeVargas procession w.dch whs held here yesterday afternoon and was witnessed by thousands. It was an Impressive service, with 'real devotion as its keynote. The , , , , ... nrimniiH nil lu wil.l i .,. itw fit ir n til a vow made by Hon Diego do Vargas ;vay back In 1S1.S that If he conquer ed the Indians, who resisted his entry Into Santa Fe, as a token of respect and gratitude to the mother of God her statute should be carried In solemn procession each anniversary. For that reason this statue, which IIs ""id to be the same one in front 'of which the great De Vargas made his vow at the little chapel which Is now known ns llosarlo chapel. Is cairi' d each y'ear through the streets, preceded by a large number of the faithful from both the parishes ef t.'ie Cathedral and our Lady of Omnia- jlupe Although hukir..r in the rainbow of colors Been in the dresses worn by the . tn., iirneeHHtons n decade 1 ago, the procession yesterday was nn imposing one and took over twenty land who happened to be In the city, gathered .in the plana shortly utter 2 o'clock and lined San Francisco street w ith a view of seeing the procession. The Cathedral was packed wltU people who began their novena oi nine days In honor of the Messed ed In front of the statue which was placed at the altar rail In the sanct uary. Then at 2:45 p. m. the bells began to toll and tho procession began. First came hundreds of young women from the church of Our Lady of oua- dalupe, marching In double file. They wero dressed In white and most of them carried parasols und umbrellas lo shield them from the burning rays of the sun'. Other women from the parish followed, and they were attired In black. Several mothers were seen to carry children' nnd other to lead thum by the hand. Following these came many men who walked with bowed heads. After them camp the Rev. A. I't-RSet and tho Kev. Julius Hartmunn, rector and assistant recjor of the Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe. They wore black cassocks and white surplices, with hlrretuiH on ta.tir heads. Following the two priests came three altar boys In led cassocks, and white surplices and one carried a cross nnd the other two, candles. More girls then followed, one car- in Spanish or Kngllsh. Then another banner was seen, the banner of the Sacred Heart. The First Hcglment band came next and the musicians looked very smart in their neat, blue, tight fitting uniforms. The band played a relig ious march, and It added much to the solemnity of the occasion. After t.ie band wulke-d many boys, members of the St. Joseph's Society cf the Cathedral, and on the com ol' ch was pinned a red badge. Several nuns in deep black and car rying rosaries at their side, passed by contributing nut a little to the re ligious atmosphere of the procession. Finally came the niuea venerated statue with Its flowing white Mil and crown of gold. It was carried by four glrlS members of t.ie Sodality o. the Klessed Virgin and on either side of them walked members of the so ciety, ready to relievo them nt Inter vals. Following the sodality came six altar boys and then the Very Itev. Antonio Fourchegu, vlcnr general of the archdiocese and rector of the Cathedral. He wore a tape of gold satin and a luyman held an umbrella over him as he walked, leading in the singing ot psalms. A score or more of the older members of the parish walked bebiu( the vicar generil and thus closed the procession. There will be services there every j day for nine days, when the novena will be concluded on July 4 ind the statue brought back to the Cathedral ! In solemn procession again to repose in the south wing of the Cathedral I frr another year. Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications, as they cannor reach the diseased portion of the ear. There !g only one way to cure deaf, ness, and that Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition of tho mucous lin ing of tho Eustachian Tube. When this tube Is Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It Is entirely closed, deafnesi la the result, and unless tho Inflam mation can be taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hear ing will bo destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused bv Ca tarrh, which Ik nnlliliiff but an In- flamed condition of the mucous sur - faces. We will give Oti Hundred Dollar for any ciun of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hull's Cftlarrh Cure. Send for cir culars, free. V. ,1 i-URVKT Co.. Toledo, O. Roll by Druggists, TSc. Take Hull's l amlly Pills for consti pation, v 1 a 1 1 J iH Mm i Onlv the woman - . ivnu a what comfort ana relief a New Perfection Oil Cook-stove brings into the kitchen. It is not only that the New Perfection cooks so welL It saves so much work in other ways. There are no ashes to clean up before going to bed ; no fire to bank for the night. Everything is ready for cooking in the morning at a touch of a match. You are saved from an from soot and dirt; saved from chopping wood and r srrv. inn Att f n 1 m In the kitchen or wai. in me huiucu ui me lauuuiy, ior me lightest or the most elaborate meal, you will find the New Perfection stove with the New Perfection oven is the best and most convenient. OiLCook-iStove Senator Miles Poindexter Be lieves Irrigation Organiza tion Has Done Much to Pop ularize Conservation of Re sources. flpecuil Corivt.ponil.MKw to Morning Journal Chicago, 111., June L'fi Miles Poin dexter, United States senator from the state of Washington, and chairman of th senate committee cn expenditure!. In the Interior department, this de partment of the government embrac ing the I'nlted States reclamation service, has studied the eiteei of Irri gation development In the west from a social, political anj economic point of view, and recently, In an interview at Washington, he discussed the law of supply snd demand as It relates to hind, emphasizing the Importune- of conserving ami- developing the re sources yet extant, lie asserted that the national irrigation congnss whu h has its nineteenth annual sessions 'here- December 5 to 1), has been the leading organisation In ci filing pub lic opinion in behalf of I, lis work. Calling attention to the fact that many arid areas which are in.w prac tically worthless can be made to sup port the dons, st rural population through irrigation, he -said: "Willi the settlement of practically all or the public lainK which ttill prodiic crops without irrigation, the necet'Kity appears of utilizing those vast arid regions which enn be made productive by the application ol wa ter. The striking features ol this develi pmeiu an- thai by this artifi cial supply of the needed moist ore for vegetation, instead of merely Improv ing tile land, it transit-mis It from the most worthless to the most valuable nnd fruitful land In the world, and areas which were Incapable of sup porting a single family have been made, and can be made capable of supporting the ibn-tist agricultural population of any p;irt ! the coun try. "Til" desire ror limits Is Insatiable; U 'm inherent in the grt-nt race uhbh i'xs principally Mettled and given form and character to our nation, Homes ma n the land art a social and ect n omlc iietesslty nnd by the cruel law or supply ami demand the nc. , for land bus been intcnsiiied, and Is be ing inlensliie,! a Ihoiisaiitl-fold, uhlh the supply has been correspondingly exhausted. "There Is no more n a real open west where everyont mifchi have op portunity menhv by moving to it. The constantly Increasing- Huud of popu lation is barred of further w.-.sOur.l .movement bv the l'olfle on an ami is I turning back upon itsell. Social anil political, as well as economic, pioh- It-itiH more acute tlum any We h.ne hail to dlsposo of heretofore, will grow out i f this iomlitii.il. In solving these problems no greater help can be rendered thou in conserving und developing the remaining natural re sources of the land in order t.. meet as fully as posxllilc t.ie needs of t he coming millions. "There are yi t millions of aei. s of arid lands so situated that water can be brought lo them, anil the prosecu tion of this work, with the mainten ance and conservation of tin- -ss n tlnl elements for Its success, rank among the very first In Importance of thos... things with which the future of our nation has to ileal In working out its expanding destinies. "If the perpetual power of the streams in the western mountains tun be preserved from private monopoly, and If nil of this can be ntilin.-d for the general ben. fit of the nation, .there Is scarcely a ' 'unities et to b(- limit t" tao oipin iliailo by th. ir use nd development I "The National irrigation congress i has taken the lead In rreafing a jsonnd public opinion In behnir of this j great work. It has rendered a great anil lliistlmabld Service to the tuition, ami slioulil bo t'licoiilHaoil no it ,ii.- cil by all the who are Interested. In the welfare and gr.ntn-ss of oor country." NATIONAL CONGRESS SHEEP HAS BEEN LEADER mm Yt f. " I:- t PIT '! !!'- i, 4Jlf "What a Relief!" who Via frUrl lfnT overheated kitchen; saved the laundry, for the lightest or Md nth I. 2 ud 3 bunwn, wild bt. iiHuM blue Mwlrd chwn. li.ndK.ni.lT tfialvd ihfougtwul. 1 bo 2- nd ) burnrf Uomio b. Kid with or vnfkoul c.Liort lop, wludi biud b 0.1 lf 1,M. low. rack efe. PraLcriv-rTWfwrft! mt wrila tmt L. 1D..M ClfCllUr Ia fk- i IllM Continental Oil Company I Incorporated1 ) Important Conference of Offi cials of New Mexico Sanitary Board and Bureau of Animal Industry Men. . A niei ling of the district npeei..rs of the New Mexico sheep sanitary hoard Is In progress In this c ity, hav ing begun yesterday morning and it will likely continue until tonight. The '""pectin s are inciting in connection with Or. Marion lines of the I'nlted States bureau of animal Industry, which is to co-operato with the board In looking aiu r too comijliance with the sheep flipping orders that have bei n lately isued bv the board. ' The inspectors i f the Arizona dis trict are also In attendance at the meeting, which is being held In the office of Dr. ,lnies in tile Occidental building. Preparations are being made for the beginning, of t.ie sheen dinning not la- ter th in July 10. The fullowiiiir is a comolet..' list Inspectors. of the attending chief Dr. C. i". Btliug, F.ast Las Vegas; Dr. C. C. lleacock, Carlsbad; Dr. J. J. . lougt ndol.l. r. Uaton: Dr. O. A. Llpp, Itostt-ell; Dr. T. A. McCarthy. Santa Fe: Dr. It. M. niberter, Clayton; Dl. K. i:. ohlakt-r. Flagstaff, Arizona: Dr. II. K. Pine, Carrlzoxo; Dr. W. A. Sav age, Dalhiirt, T.-x.; Dr. F. L. .S. hneld er, San Itafael; Dr. W. Si ii Ulnar ker, Duiango, Colo.; Dr. W. Sorrell, Wll lard: Dr. 10. S. Spin. II. r, Mug.lalei.a; Dr. s. A. Wafers, Ch.itnii; Dr. M. C. AVil y, Alhoipit i ipic. An additional complement of twenty-five in.n Is to I... employed under the sup. rvislmi of the visiting veter inarians, besides the regular force of about a hundred men already cm ployed. The standard pi escrlptlotis nil1 dipping the sheep will prevail, and lueh Infccte,! animal must he dipped twice lu the dipping period ft. cleanse It ol the Infection. IIOT-IMY IHMOIt. "Do von re-tllxe that the Ice water funk you have drunk from may be swarming with microbes?" asked tin fussy health faddist, just ns we nad finished refreshing ourseir. "Yes, I tin," we answered defiantly. We moppet our prcsplritig faces as we spoke m mi attempted to pull our wilt ed coilui together 111 front, for dig nity's sake, "And aren't you ufruitl of thoee microbes In the ice wilier?" "No, sir; we are Jealous of them." Cleveland Plain Dealer. POETIC EAI J.ACY. "oh, for a bulge In some vast wil derness," sighed the man who tiuctes poetrv. "What's the urc if talking non sense?'' rejoined tin- niatlcr-of-fuct Vrlend. "If you hail a lodg( ill a wil derness It wouldn't be two weeks be fore you were clamoring for u rail road and a 1..1I 1 slate boom," Wash ington Star. Journal Want Ads Get Results LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE EOH prilLlCATHTv Iaibllsher. (Not Coal Land.) DKPAItTMK.VT OF THIO IXTEKIOU I'-litca States I.nml Office, at Santa Fe, V M , June 6, l!Ul. Notice Is hereby given that Matin Dolores, heir nnd for the heirs of tliintnte. of Laguna, N. M., who. Oil February 1,1. lst.7, made Indian homestead entry. No, "hh.'i (03311), for w I-J ot sw 1-t section '.'fi anil w i-j n w 1-4, section it,, township 10 N, tinge II W. N. M. meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make, final INSPECTORS III SESSION Hv-e-yeiir proof, to establish claim to the land above described, beforu dec. tl. Pratlt, W. S Ct. Comr, ut Lagunu, N. M.. on the an tiny or August, JI1. Claimant uaiiies ns witnesses: Fran cisco Platen., of laigutia, N. M.j Al bino Sandoval, of Lagunn, S. M.i Jose M. Chaves, of Luguna, N, M,; Jostt K. PV'tiiM. of Lazuli... ;.'. ii. . ...... MANUKL It. OTKUO. , , KegUler.- , 0-2T; 7-37.