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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL FRIdAoCTOBER 20, 1911.
FOUR TAFT HOPEFUL FOR SATISFACTORY THUS MONTANANS HC IS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE Would Have Duty Placed So as to Satisfy Grower, Man-! ufacturer and the Plain Peo- ple Who Buy Clothes. II Mnrwlnf J.iaraal kDrrlal t W ir Hillings. Mfiil . t.'tl 19. The itin- eiarv of pr. si b id 'I -ill supple- ineiitary tour 1-1.,) tin; .:' w.ih i ' e 1 1 . tl I I . i , nf hi l-eluiii tn Wash- iticl.tti Wi,a lived l"T . m em i. r I. Tin- original trip it' nut lit I'lH-bui,' i. lohei "I Mr. Tuft will ! tut No vember 1 I .Mnrgjiilown. W. Vs.. Imi, I IP'tn there will kin In Hut Spring. . d.r mi' il.. Ill' will spend n -h 11111- U.iv in fun Inn. mi. Nm i-iiil.iM 7. W lll'll 11 Will Volt' lit III lM il I I'll'l tn'tiK In that i uy. .November In- will l.f lit Finnic fi ll. Kv.. .Nmntihtr l I leilgcvll'e Ky.. I" attend llii- Lincoln faint i i' I I. ration Nn ember 10. Mi Novem ber II Mr Tuft will pav hurried vis ll In Nashville. Tilitl.. NtWaiue. T mi . I.i i Ml lite liilv vtail of I In Smith, where Major "Arclnr" Cull i m e went In school, Mini tn I'hatU rtoc.ga, rrmii the lalter city Mr. Tuft will go direct til Washington. Ti dav llti' president trav elcd at rns the miilr of Montana, hi train mi Time running through field nf rmw. Tim temperature m Unite thin morn ing wh below frecslng. The . r ! -1 1 1 - Ji t n welcome t'i Mori tuna w tmn-pultlsan, , but cordial. Inventor Norrl. h democrat urn I Sen ntor lUin. a republican, were annul;.' th more prominent giiod aboard the presidential train during the tiny. Ktmiliir Mnvcii. a democrat, wa mi ni le 111 meet the Mt-lilfllt, Imt Will a telegram nf greeting. The iltiv Was tint entirely devoid nf poUUc. however, fur T. Arlhur Mar- low, till If ltlhlll fill IiiiIIiiiihI coinmll- ti i rnnii fi. r the slate. Represent Ulvc 1'i ny an. I imi hil other republican leader hoarded llw president's train h'hI were In conference Iiulh with Mr. T.ifi ini, HetrrUry llllic. ilii' nf I he sublet la dismissed wi'i N suriessnr tn I' eileral Judge ( nrl Itnirh, R Ihi Itri'iitlv rraittllid. Tnt'tv nr Bi-vcriiJ 1'Biull.liiU-a hut Mr. Tn(l Ulil nut inillciitp hl prcfxreiu . Ili will Bin- nimliliTiilili' in in - Unit In thi- anliji'il. JimIki. litiarh wan liili'i to thsi (lletrlrt it IIHIh nmrc tt'ivn it ymr nk. fnlli wlim hl di--ftliw nf fi.rmi'r Hfi ri'lury of Hip 1m. tiilnr IiiiIiiiik-!'. Iii'iurn ilii ll.tllltiui'i -I Im hot i'iiiiKri'Hlun ln cmlKiilllH; C'ltlllllllll''. I'ri slill-ll 'I'llfl lllrtill' lll Hll.lridHl'B In liiiiin, mi.1 lit a tirt-HkjiiHt Iim.iIitv il I im In ri'tvKiHii'r w rit-r ami h m-r-unil at tin- 1 1 1. in .1 .i v (ht'att-r. I'.u h hih tiutiu- at ihi' I f n t r iilm'i hiii) fi lluttlnu lil iiililicts Si'iiHtiir 1 iiih. M'liniiiiii ii Hint h wna in nnnr nf liiiiv rulll li iitliin nf tho iii lillr.itl'.ii tlrlllll'ii with lln. i lllltMlll .t Till I'llltiri'. Ill M ,l. I i. ii 1 1 v I'li'ri Mill tf hi' hllM Vlilli'il I him f.n , til)' H I'Kliir III luii lot'i lii'il ihili' i.( aiiiiiirt from tin M'liKttii'a vilin )i v e ln'urd h IIHIT Mlllll'I'Nai'f Tlii'ri' ni'ic lilt nilmitf Htnpi ill Tlir I'"ih,k, l!nir..'iHiiii mill l.hliiK-l f t ill till t II H ll In I'llllllli;" II. 'tr till' il i-aitli'iil wim i nli rt.i liirft HI illliin i I iH.il matin HH jhIiIu mk In tin' llnlii iirk tin lit. 'I. I,. .iiim hi'i'f ,it iiiIiIhIkIH. Mr. T.ifi will n lul l ilihiv In Wmhii- Iiik ami Rumens. Hiin.l.iy Hinl Mun itiiv In Smith i.'iKnt.j, At l.lvltiK-Inti Ml. Tuft 1 1 1 iK hili'T l ill mil tl vi'l.i .. thf wtit'l mill ivr.iifn hill, 'I 1 1 1 1 . 1 . r 1 . 1 1 u I t li it t Hit' !tit'HlWni Ik t ' lu ll', ivlirlhrf shuiihl I ix Html ll llll' UH'IIKl' I'l lilt' . Iillt't'll 1"I1 I mull t;nin Hint ihi- .Mniitiiiiii iiul :l"i is ln.'i Hit' l.'M. r TI i it t iin Hull ,ik hi'luri' lh.' in till' hnnril mill w. i-IihI lu'Hr Iiihii thi'iii. Willi li Ih Hit mm.' iMnilii.il ii ii. I ihi- H...I.' Juki. Win ii in- n I tint inl'ii iii;iH.in iimi in. .1.1- Hi.' r... inn nil-mill t H'liM. I hi ti - ( ili'll ht',11' thl . uiu; I VMM Mill III'. I'.'Ui in iii'ii.i' in th.' i 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 ' r iimi Hi tlii.Mi' Willi HI',' I'.I'.U mini mi. I II"! Ull.i III" Hill II II 1 ,11 I III illli W.'iil I'lm '' AFTER GRIP I'l. i l-l. In IIH HHI n . in Ii II In In- til ' I Hit- .', .lull.' t ;li HI II pi . til il , I'M ',.h nil iii-i i' l Hull Kll.i Im II 'mli'il f.ir ilMlll' I . iiinlltlnli i.r Ilii' wlll.h It'llVI'M Hit' t.i ntlli'l lllMt'itt'H. il.itiu't I huh I.i nlil it. t mm! I' ' II, lll'll I' I.' In -t nil llliw i si Hilnu tlim w t t mi ml , I . I.. . .Ill Ml I rl k lilt) . ' I ' I I I ,, h.i . Hi y.rlp la Iimi ii,:lil miiiv. I in mi li mill turn I'tiilx hii.I mttKi ii, li! ,t. t'S HI' !, I'V till' li. imt il. -lui. a Hi. .ii,il't.. 1. 1. .ml iiilln; uiu! hiii I'l'iimit mm.' hi. mil In In in, h iinil W n;n i ,r. (i.ii n I imi, w il H li' mil" ll lliiliall,'- i.-i-.I lh. i ml In i I mi, I i'-, nil. ,111.1 I . ,.!l" I t'l . 'I. Mi .1 , Kimt.'i, -...ii. .rliill nil. 'i 'ih"! ! u i ! ' liiin i i , 1 1 !! i him v , h , i Mm il I i h i I u in f.i nl iill.l Mill , I l.ulh In ll.'M II Vim. I ll.'IICV -. Al- H I,., k if mt til f I" .1 II, nKiill' l.i-( ,. ' ,.. X M 1,1-. !- 1 Free to Ranchmen i . slt .1 I nl l . hi- 1; If hii'iu t i ,, ii,-. i. 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 i ' kl.t iicmi l ilt llll. I i i . h i mil. mj htl '(I , th, nhj, illl , ill! In II w hi. It in I n ll'ii k ' t-i l ni.tlli lit. riiKii" i mi r 4 itlnl I..I l-i u- I . 1 1., h, Kli't t.i th -till v Imii tl. M- rili. liilh li.in J UM . I'llllll'ltt. It 4 ii'ir.-n ill tiui ... 'tfl.'f T till' H-klllH. J lit. iit' Mliitf : .1 I 1.1. Ml I IH'- 4 H"lt imi hull In 1 I I'M . M'iih- iiiiinf nml ll.lltHM J I'l.iinlv J Mil 'UIU I s MHII I M I ( I XI I Ml, uli Ullitv I I 'mi, T, . IFF ALDRICH S MONETARY PLAN YEARLY IN GOTHAM T si DIVIDES NATION INTO" FINANCIAL DISTRICTS National Rescue Association With Capital of Three lun- dreci Millions to Have Com.ul of Currency Supply. Ht Mumlng Journal ftprrlaj tmt4 Hln.J iiMliitiKtim. I. I", Ur, IS. Komi cr Siltiitor Alilllill of lihiitlf lilaml, t.iilav hi i In n i ; i-tl In thr National Moiii-t.i r i oiiiiiUMMion o( liii h h 1m i Ii. ill until a n-i iuni of hia plan fm nnnn-lary I. tin.ttlnli. Thi t nlnlniM slim inuy imt thla ruporl n tht liMia tif lia rt-rtiniiui'htl.'ititni to t'oiiKri'.aa. Tb haali iiirta i.f th n l Imi-iI plan him milMt'iiii'iitiv th" Knnii- aa tho' fiiihotlli'tl In .Mr. Altlrlth'a flrt pro- poill Ml III . thf 1 olllllliMKion I.imI Jiiliiiari, whli li hi- M.ilil hr Woiiltl M. iM' a it I, una for mttlontil dlat iik imi I'.ili-riv the plan Hill provltli' l" lh,. o, nit nliil Inn of III. .i. I inllil I UtMirv,. itMMiM'iHtlnn. with iiil'liiil of ippri.xliiiitiilv Illili.Otiil.diili in whhh Ihf I'nlti'il MittiM ko frniiiitit anil thf Im it k at nwiiiiiK mIihiim In thf it-MnrlH- t'.ni ah. ill he the only tl.p.ilm. J The pliin nfffrfil ilh tiling 1hf I'iiIi,.,! Slat. Int.. nlift-n flitHni liil liliairli'la r.'ini.ina tint IniriKfit. In jem h tllMirit t th.' hank ahall form lo- ml HMMot i.iiioii .f ihvlr ow n. which j In turn Hill In- ivprfHcriled in Hit' l.iiini h.-M nml finally In the i rntr.il nlttlll..illnil Hir.ilIKh a MVMtl'111 of cli'i tion of till i-i tor it, whlfh It la wihl. will iiuiki' It InipiiMMihl,' for any i'f tlnn or at't of hunkiTa lo control the rtholtj. To pidvltle for thf mn.ODH.niiO of two pi-r ct-nt Kiivi rnint nt linn.la now nu tii'il l,v ,hc national hatika ami uat-tl a tho l.llBla ot nott i It'l lllutloll, tile li'llnwInK plan I pmi'i'Hi'd "rpon thf applU'Htlnn nf the r" m i'v. BMocli,tti!ii I In" act rt'tary of thf trtiiHtiry aha II rxi IninKf tlin two per cent lunula, w hich the aami Intlun w l liny from thf bunk a at pur and ac crued liilereAl, for a new laaue of Ihree per cent necurlllei. payuhle In fifty year. The reacrxf anoclittlun will pity to the government a apcdal frunchls,. tm of l.jj per cent per ear on the amount nf kuch hnml. A the Koverninent'a actttul Intereat chniKe on the two per cent la not ac jtiiftlly 1-2 per cent alnce the hmika i pay Imck a half of one per cent a tax when the hontls are tided a the Itaala of mite circulation, t tun will r linhiirae the Kuvcrnmcnt for the ex tra Intereat It will be ealleil upon to pity aa u rcmilt of exclutnKlnK the Iwoa for three. The cxi liiinne w ill emihle the guv ernineiit to piuvlil,. permanently for liirite portion of the Intereat hear ing pulillc tleht at a net Inierent I'liartie if nne-hnlr per cent. Thin ar riuiisemi'tit proptiHi-a a anlnilnn of what nntiiy fliiMnclcra ileiiitrt'tl the MreitteM ohalncle to the ihtn. It (lla linara pit nianeiilly of the bond ae tiiii'il cuirency without Iohm to lite Ko eminent itntl w ltliniit lninalnK upon lie reserve anaoilatlon the owneiahip of ? (l.lillii.lioti, two per cent lunula. The aaaot littlnn will Hgree to hold the three per ent for fifty ycitta. hil Ihe Mt'crelitry of trenaury, after five yinra will hav the option of perntil tiliK tile iiaM.icialloti to Mi'll the act ur Itlea nt n rule not greater Hum J7f., (ilifl.ntin. The novel nnient iiih re aerve the rlirht to redeem any of the linndM In Im i' tun I ui'll v to buy any nt thi'in at pur fur the trimtee of the pnatnl atmiiKa avMiciti, or othcrHlae, I'l iivialniia for tlie eleiiimi of dlrec Iiiim have Im . ii i hitiiKi'tl In Hie ivviM til I'l, in with tin- hi. ,i of tu i ii i m 1 7 1 Ti tile iiiiMMlhllitv ,.f tnnU'ol Itv Hliv Mir lion nt Kt'otip- There will tat 1 1 1 be liiiiv ilii.', tnia as in Hie original plan. M ineiiilii'i a, i t nl Hi ti, vl: The t;ii it inn- nf mi aMMotin I loii. hie deputies, the Bi'tiflal'v nl the treiiH 1 1 r v . the ai'tntiiit o( iimim.-ri,- nml lill'til'. Illlil Hie rnllll'tl'lillet- nl lilt lillTI'lUV. Kin-It i.r Hi., lllli i'ii lliinm la) tli trit'ta nf Hie count!-) will elect one ili I'et tor. tweUe others w ill h,. elected by Ihe ah.tre linhliia: ami Hn-Mt I tt i-lil -H.'M'li w!l elect lo Ihe linitnl lit the aihlilluiiitl niemberK who ahull lint It,. ollieciM nf litinkK, but niity be director In Ihcin. itnd w Im mIiiiII riili ly t vpit Hi nt Ihe linliialiinl. iigriinb liiinl. i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' i( i a I anil othti' Inli'ieats .il th,, country. The complete plan prmulcM that m Ihe Iwiitv -Tour till l.it'M In Hie tm In I 'T KinnpM, urn inure than lluvt m,l be i lei ted Irolli any I. lie tllMllicl In the ol'fcanl'.allim 'nf the executive CotliMlillee of tlllle nl!lbl'l'M milv tun ii! Hi." rite elected member (the other Imii-' bt-liiK the Ktivi-rnm nf (he USMoctil t Inn, hi two tleplltiea mid Ihi CI. Ill pll idler ,.t the t HIT. 'Hi V eX I'T I K l.i imi y l,e I I; i i.ii II tl nm any tint iliatiit l. Th,' wind,, boa nl ol iliret -l"i unit I . ... i c to Itaelt ii 1 1 .-inilinr ily It lli'Mlli-M , till im nt. I In, tin. I In ,s' I he ext ' nt ,v,. . -.'1111)11111',. w U li i ' mil ml. The i, i i,.'in.,l plan proiidttl ilml tl,. t'.-Mib-ni alimild hftiv (i.iwei- i.. it in. ii e Hit- Kiuvrimr. The I e iM.-d I'htn I.Mtlves the liKbt of reutt'Mil In ,-two-HiirtlM Mile of the board. tin.' 1 1 1 ii il tan I i haiiKe ia the admin '..i in incut, el Mhip nl Mtatc liiinki an. I iiiimi i..mp,iiu. thai emit.. mi t" i t I tain at.iud.trda. 1 1 . . nil I'tliellla for lea, i'l I'M In bi lul. I i'UMInat tti'pnMiM nit- innde Ho M'li.,. lot- national biink.i, stale li.inkf in.) Hunt c. unpaid. n. Imt Hie in'.ceiil -i"i. -Vie 1 1', toll vnit'iita nf national nnliliM ale im ..1 1 1 Ir, to the extent of re, ,1111 in.! in. reHeriea aiiiiinat time tie pnaiii exci'in for the thirty data pre- . ,1111k ili.i, in. it. nil) , A pint iMi Hi that lilt" HuantiHIIiil' th ili. mint tm at nuitiht i ot i.-M in. I bill" of ii hanne aiiainit 'nut "I i mil nit'i'iial ti Hiiaui'ti.itiM I Hit titer lleleloped in Ihe llll,- nf Klatll int. I. ..ilia upon Nt'ciii ilb a. I The in ,i.a ami I'l 11 ellKlble lor tlit jemnt b the iiaaoi litlli'n tire realtict I,. Min It note and bill to ex. limine ; mm me "iKMtied nt drawn fm limit til ; tur.il, ludiiHtrl.il or i niiinicninl pur I p. in a and Im! t nl' t itrVhlU toi k , j nr t.im r mix cMi nieni act iirmra. I Ijtnie l,m k I one of th moat com limit (mini, of u,iit.'i!iir rhe timatlam 'A few applu atlona of I'hmnlierlaln l.ii.iiiieiu will Rle relief, Kur ! by nil deileri o corns UBMITS 52,000,000 STOLEN i Burglars' Loot in Little Old New York Reaches Startling Pro portions Say Police Head quarters, rlal rarrpudc Xaraidt twmai) 'ew uVrk. (tit. 17. Hohbera at the rat of alim.al J2.000.0VO a year la now lieiiiK tarried on here, ae ttirdiiiK to recent reporta of the buriclar' loot, that have been made public at police headquarter. Jivr thousajid dollar worth of jewelry alherwure and ( lothlng have been alolen rat It mitht from thf house ot New Yorker during the laat month, while half a million dollar worth of aut h nt ti f f Im now iniaain aa the re sult of Hie operation of Ihe t rat k men aiine June. Ten valuable watche. ten tarat worth of dia i bti iind twenty -fli'f coatly piece of jewelry are being attired fur each of tbeae nichtly rititla, timelher with hun tlied of tlollarM wtirth of clothiim Never In the hlMtory of (Jnthant ha ita underworld become o iictlve, nml mile the police auceeed In checking. Ihi unprecedented outbreak of burglary, every hoUehnld here iniiMt be ( leaned out of all Ita poNesiitiu. Treat I iik Ton'i. Heady to spend a million dollar tit the Mart ami hundreds nf tln.n m:ntla e:n h year In the novel work of tilfltlully reclaiming the drunkard of thl metropolis, the newly created hoard f Inebriety has begun tc lake a firm hub) on the army of drinker that wind up In the police court. Hundred of prisoner charged with drunkenness have already been sav ed from prison term under the pa role that the law ha Just granted In Ihe new authorities on alcoholic. My th? time their dlnsotnanlui' charge fall again, the municipal drunk nurs es now plan to have hospital quarter Into which they tan turn them for scientific treatment. Ilefore the year I out, It Is assured that a half mil lion dollar (arm and aaiillaiiuin plant will be erected to turn out a teady aiream of reclaimed Hlcohnlb' indents under city supervision. Striking Shoyv. Flocking lo the Hecmin municipal budget exhibit with all the eagerness of youngsters nt the clrcua, thousand, of New Yorker are this vreek study ing with Interest this unique side show of the man ways In which rlty money Is spent. Hy diagrams, models snd cleverly planned exhibit earh city department I striving to shoyv the people how their money Is ac counted for and what It buys. Kor Instance, the local public mcIvIco commission has caught the eye of the crowd with a flaming diagram that trares chcIi nickel paid for cur fare here, line penny of ev rv fhe is shown tn go, a wage, straight In tel the pockets of the conductor and mntormnn, while another Ih spent on keeping of car and tracks. Half n cent I pictured as being paid for power and alum! a quarter of anoth er penny a turned over to the city In taxes. When Insurance. legal ami office expeiiMcs have clipped off their costs from the nickel, thl official figure picture traces something less than a third of u cent to the profit of the local lint. .Mayor' .Mail. Mure freak letter than ever load ed the city hall mulls are now being sent to Mayor tiiiy nor w ith every trip ol the pclspirlni; postman. At the rale of some two hundred a day, crank correspondents have begun to ciiiir.ult hia honor cm every conceiv able Mtihjei t except city business. If (he mayor s office ran u marriage bureau, a fortune teller's booth and a general liilm inatiiui bureau for twelve Im ma In the twenty-four. It Would be u hard job for Its chief to answer all the fool , ii.-si i. .i,h thus I, nihil at him. In main of which he often attempts to respond. . The best plaster. A piece of flan nel dampened with Chamberlain'? Liniment and bound on over thu af ected part Is superior to a plnstei mil coal only one tenth us much. For vale by all dealers. Y OF CHICKEN No Longer Will Fried Yellow LcsBe Pa'it of Military Menu; Tin key Will Be Allowed Twice a Year, Ml Miirnlnt .Inurn il ,Ht I nurd ITIre Washington, ci.t. Ix.-l'he ellmlna !l 'ii nt' chicken rtmn the army menu, ihe limitation of turkey t,, Tln,i,ks- h Im: and ,-ly ri.it mn --, the tmhtit':!.in 'I so -I ailed "Held bread" for hard la, k ami the abolition of Ihe Held ration sum up the Important changes 'ii Hie army lalmn im the American loldiii made during ihe last year, itc ordirig to the report of t'otiimisKar) Senernl Sharpe. The elimination or chicken has re tailed in a yearly sainu to Ihe itov enimeHI of $,"i'.',tiiUI, The .lull) average coat of the ra tion. I mied cliiiir.4 the year In (he l iuli'd State nhinc waa .'2,T,"i cents: M.ttla, SK.xil tenia: Hawaii. 24.10 lilts. Polio Hli o. 2K ,T. cent: sboad ttan.iporis. i'.i.'yl cents, American sol dier In Ihe Philippine. 24. Rg cents, and the native soldiers In the Philip pines, I4.S7. The report shows the n erage cost mi man in Ihe I nited Stales to be Hrr!n; ,; ( th,, Philippines. (III. .'I The iMiii iiiii'tilal farm rondilcteri it t M'nii v icara, Philtpine Islands to determine whether iiolH'oea could be MtccoHfillly ralaetl In the Philip pine ll,i,U has proved the unleasi i i I i ! v i f sin It a nlolect. The l. 1 I "rimed 22 bushels to an acre but only It tiutticls were tit tor eonMiittp1 ion. Results From Journal Want Ads STING UNCLE SAM DEPRIVESSOLDIER OUR la A already anticipated and provided tor in this of suits and overcoats which we've got together for you. Hart Schaffner & Marx 7 TAKE II EASY, IRE ADVICE OF RAY Famous Driver Tells How to Win Endurance Automobile Contests; Has Wonderful Record of His Own, (HrxMiiil rirrDindar to Morning Joarasll Indianapolis, hid., lul, la. Kay K. McNnntarii, of the Premier Motor Manufacturing coin puny, of Iiiillanup cdis, who its a successful contest driv er I almost as well known to the public Interested in motoring as the leading race pilots of the country, Is again on the load, hciti en route to the Pacillc const, where he will spend several months piloting endurance runs and reliability emit, '.Ms with hi sU-cyllniler Preniity that is still In California, following the completion of the (iccitn to ocean tour of twelve liemier cars last month. McNa iiiara has u wonderful record j a contest driver. Although only 24 years old he has the distinction oT having participated In almost every Intir and reliability run of importance In motoring annals. Moreover, he has never taken part In any contest in which Ins car did hot liimii with a perfect load score while the victories to his credit probably exceed in num ber those of anv other driver. McNam u ra is of .splendid ph.VMtniie, w ith great strength and endurance, but his suc cess us a driver and pilot probably has been due more to Ills good judgment than anv Hung else. He is careful and cotiscrvaiiv e at ull times without be ing timid He Is not it I lit til to follow any pacti. hut lie is a student of road conditions who will not ask his car to tin the impossible. i The most recent notable piloting of McNamiiia was nl Ihe wheel of Pre mier No. 1, ihe head of the raiavan ot twelve Premier cars Hint recently made the transcontinental trip from Atlantic City lo l.os Angeles, a Journey of 4,700 miles. Inc luding a few small detours. The mechanical trouble of the entire caravan on this trip was practically nothing, a truly remark able record considering the great road tlltfliiilties. The center route was fol lowed In this tour. Lead by the pilot car Ihe ocean lo ocean caravan of Premiers averaged lti;l 1-7 mile a day for the entire trip from Atlantic City, to t.os Ange les, over Ihe center route. This Is a remarkable average when the almost inpassable roads of the Allc ghenlc. lite miinbo roads In portion of the middle west, prairie ting holes anil ex-.-avatlons of the panics, the tractlcss uind and sink holes of (he dererts and the chant, crains. peak and steep statics of the mountains me consid ered. , Hue tear previously he made the transcontinental trip over the south ern route or Panta Fe trail at the wheel of the Premier car of A, I,. Wrstgard, rcr''est'nl Ins the Tourlns Club nf America and the good mud department of the Vnited Htates government. There nr Innumer able ilifll. ttltles on both of these routes, ii heln necessary many timea for motorists to make their own roads. The much traveled Indianapolis pilot i nt he act epted a an authority in contest motoring and he acquired his knowledge hy consistent activity In ahn .sl every state In the union, lie has ,t keen memory tor road con ditions and offhand can give authen tic di'la-.N of roads In almost any lo cality in ihe country. His trips have several times taken him Into Canada anil Mexico. M' N.imara vvns the driver nf the Ptcmi'r car In the Chicago H-di-Miillity run In HM7 which had .1 er fect score and which won the SI11H rj Oil trophy for the consumption MNAMARA particular 1 1 CrrlM Rut Icsartcr Mwxj of the least gasoline over the thous and mile of the trip. He also made (he midsummer run from Boston to New York under the auspices of the Automobile Club of America and he drove a car a thousand miles In eight days from Kansas City to Oklahoma City and return in the Western 'Re liability run. The roads were so heavy that on some days the contest board laid out but 39 miles- to be covered. Kach car was equipped w ith picks nnd shovels to make even that distance, it was McNamara who drove the Premier car in the Quaker City Motor club run from Philadel phia to WilkeSbarre In mld-wlnter, which he Won. He drove from Bos ton to New York and return In the elapsed time of 22 hours In the run of the Ray State Automobile club of Ronton, with sealed high gear and scaled bonnet brought his Premier through with a perfect score, In 1907 McNamara drove the pi lot ear for the Olldden tour and he also was the pathfinder and pi lot In 1S08. In 1909. McNamara's Premier car carried the Olldden tour chairman and In 1910 his car was pro nounced the winner of the Ollidden trophy by the referee. Ho drove tho Premier Century car through the bigger portion of lis schedule and has taken part In numberless other events and relliiblitv tests. Rett sons For Sucvpms. Asked what features he considered the most important in contest driving lc.Viimnr.t said: "The first thing a new driver at tempts to do is to start out each day and run as if the devil were after him. He tries to avoid the dust of lite other contestants by keeping in the lead all day long. He cuts around other vehicles and takes grave chances of running into ditch or toppling over the side of a bridge. He Imagines he la winning the con test. "licfore he Is out two days he Is suffering from broken springs, hung-ed-up fenders, cracked radiators and broken wheels and he finds he has to follow the tour as a non-contestant: whereas If he would make a sched ule for himself, each day, which could be used every moment of the day, to govern the speed of the car, in order to come to tlie checking stations on the tick of (he clock, and keep thirty-minutes 'ahead of this chedule, to account for a punctured tire, he would find his car In good condition at tlie end of tlie run. "For four years I hav'e been watch ing a set of nu n in the GUddon runs who always broke their cars and received heavy penalties. F.very one of these men begun each day by racing and one by one they came to grief. In motoring it Is possible to to make haste slowly Just the tunic as in everything else.'' MNamara never tires of louring or driving the pilot car fur other tour ists He is particularly fond of ex ploring new territory and im route Is (00 long or arduous for him. At Ihe conclusion of the recent ocean to ocean tour of Premier cars he ex pressed the wish that the long (rip might be repented without delay. CONSTABLE GETS MAN WITH RIFLE JUST AS HE COCKS REVOLVER The Lordsbhrg Liberal gives th InllovviiiK interesting account ,,f the recent fatal shooting there; There was a double tragedy in town Saturday night which resulted In tht death of t'lilarlo Sazueta at the hand.1 of Antonio Oru7.cn. and the death ol orom o at the hands of ContstiMf Allen, while resisting arrest. Tht two men were miners, and worked foi the "X.V company. A day or so pre vious there had been a dance out at the canip. at which there plenty ol whiskey, and a number of the men, Including these two. had kept up the din, king ami naturally tsere niu some quarrelling. No one knew what quarrel preceded the shooting. About H :ii. Just as the limited was In the yards, the shooting occurred on the cross walk by the Roberts & Lcnh store, ornscn flre, two shots Into Sav.ucia. who dropped to the ground Judge Mf-Gmtf. and R. H. Ownbj were near the eipress office and saw idea about clothes is .I! ! have made for us this season the best lot of gooj stuff we have ever seen. . The new fabrics ar? particularly good; many fine worsteds, blue serges, fancy cheviots, Scotch tweeds; a wonderful range of good colorings and patterns to select from, Many new models to please your taste in suits and overcoats. Mail orders receive special attention Suits $20 and up Overcoats $ 1 8 and up SIMON Central Avenue Clothier. the shooting. They went over where the man was lying on the ground, and saw the other man backing up the alley, gun In hand. Neither were armed, and Mr. Ownby went after a shot gun, while the judge followed the shooter, keeping him in sight. He went around tle corral fence back of the Marsalls place, and Just then Constable Allen came up, armed with a rifle. Judge McC.rath told him where the man was. and he circled around the coiner, and found him backed up against the fence. The constable told him to throw up his hands. The right hand went up, but only to a level, and he had the pistol In it, pointing directly at the con stable, who could hear the click as he cocked It. He, shot, hitting Orozco In the head, causing Immediate death. KazueUa, who was shot through the abdomen, lived till the next day, and then died. The coroners' Jury found that oro.co came to his death while resisting an officer, who was forced to kill him in the discharge of his duty, and In self defense. Constable Allen was about thirty yard from Oror.ce when he shot, and experts say it was TUCUMCARI MEN UNDER ARREST FOR ALLEGED LARCENY OF BALLOTS f Special Dlspal.'b tn th Mnrnlnr Joarasll Tueumcarl, Oct. 15. Thomas Tay lor and U C. Kellenhetger who rami' to Tueumcarl recently, were arrested late Friday evening on a warrant charging larceny of the ballots of the Quay county democratic primary, which was held In this city on the sev enth of the month. In the room at the Palace hotel where they were caught was also found ballots nnd substitute ballots marked In accord ance with a "slate" also found nt the same place, to throw out of nomina tion certain names and place others In the list. It is said that tlie ballots were stolon from the safe of the coun ty chairman, S. T. Hopkins, who dis claims any knowledge of the affair. The men vver,, arrested on the suspic ion of the theft, it is said, something crooked having been suspected for several days. They were placed under bond In the sum of JfiOO each, this be ing furnished by R. C. Slubblns In the form of a certified check for the amount, S. T, Hopkins, former chairman of the central committee, has resigned, Captain J. C. I.angston being appointed to fill the vacancy during the committee meeting Satur day, at the conclusion of which meet ing C. C. Davidson of this city was elected permanent chairman. The central committee held a ses sion all day Saturday up to midnight In an endeavor to disentangle the af fair, and finally ended by declaring nominated those who were evidently in the lead from the early returns. The ticket named is as follows: J. D. Finnegan. clerk, 211 majority: L. O. Pearson, treasurer, 138; 1. ,1. RriscoP, county assessor, 462: F. Ward, sheriff, 389: .1. C. Williams, school superintendent, 49: V. H. Hector, county commissioner of the first dis trict, 60: Fred Walther, commission er of second district, 38: I. C. Collins, third district, 269; C. H. Aldredge. state senator. 421; J. W. Campbell, representative. 114; J. L. House, rep resentative. 80; .7. V). Cutlip, probate Judge, 106: Orvitle Smith, surveyor. 472. The other candidates have accept ed this ticket according to report, and will work for Its election. Much feel ing Is shown here over the matter ot Ihe theft. FARMER WHOSETiFE CLERK SAVED IS SUED Anderson, Ind., Oct. 19. Herschell Bailey, a clerk, today sued Ira C. Peck, a wealthy farmer for $5,00u al leging that he gave up three pints of blond through transfusion, which sav ed the farmer's life. Rallcy refused to accept a check for J4U oifered In piymenl. Biliousness Is due to a disordered condition of the stomach. Chamber aln's Tablets are essentially a stom irh medicine. Intended especially to tct on that organ, to cleanse It, Jtrengthen It, tone and Invigorate It. o regulate the liver and tn banish biliousness positively and effectually, ''or sale bv all dealer Try a Journal Want Ad, Results hne new stock STERN MAUNIIUUt Uh WILD WEST SHOW MATCHES SIZE OF 101 RANK The magnitude of the 101 Ran: Wild West Show is In keeping tr ine famous ranch troin which it rives its name and where it had : crlgin and which is the winter tine of the show. This ranch Is the lilt est in the world and is owned by : Miller Rrothers who with Mr. Edo Arlington are the owners of the pi, show. One may bo able to gain tl: Idea of the vastness of this stupe: ous ranch frum the following !;. ures: The 101 Ranch is situated In BI Oklahoma. In fact, it is HI Iks to Without tho ranch there would bt : such station on the Santa Fe rallro. as lillss. The ranch covers over It1 000 acres which Is larger than M F.uropean principalities. It taken parts of three counties and is t. sole support of three townitili There are nearly seven hundr homesteads on this vast expand productive real estate. The o"H grazing section is enclosed with th!' hundred miles of barb wire fenclnjr 1 erect which cost the ranch, own $50,000. Twenty thousand acrci f devoted to the cultivation of -cot: cotton, alfalfa, cane, millet and or er feed crops, one section of U ranch is an orchard that Is prods live of all the fruits that can he gro In the eletrant climate of oklahon Over 25,000 head of cattle grasc ct stantly over the Immense gram1 ground while hundreds of blond' horses make it their home and m tlply. It is also the home of if iHi-gest herd of buffalo in the wor and the only pure blooded Imf' that are not confined In the put'1 iBnd zoos. The 101 Ranch boasts Its own weekly paper, electric m and telephone system neccssltntif the 118 of over two hundred ml!' of wire to connect the many sontti eu buildings on the ranch. Mill'' Rrothers operate their own hint smith shop, harness shop, siniislil unci smoke houses, general slore n dairy. The name "101 Italic h" I" rived from the brand "101" which ' placed on the left hip of all 1" stock. The 101 Ranch is the supply n1"" for the 101 Ranch Real Wild Show. It was on this ranch thai had its birth and the same utmost' that permeates the ranch perineal" the show. Of the hundreds of t" boys snd cowgirls that make tt' ranch their home the very leadf'' are selected for the show on the rw The pick of the stables and cat' enclosure alone are chosen for lit" summer season and no better opr' tunily could well be Imagined to the western life of today tlmn I','' forded by the 101 Ranch Wild Shoyv unless It would be by ''lB' Journey to the west Itself. There H' over 100 Indians wtth this show they are all the true Indians a th'' exist In the west and not those ' ed from the eastern reservlor whose value as true represent"1 of thla nclhle 1 mi.rli-un llM loWt ln passed away by constant assocW'0" with the white people with they have for years Intennarrt The Care of the Bathroom do' In the bathroom the clo.-ct ret'11" constant attention and frequent, Ita; ongh scrubbing. Ri nse the scat ,E flush freely. Put into the bow! or closet a handful of Gold Dust waM powder and let the solution stand some time. Then take an old lroo and scrub all the parts that can reached, especially into the trap at possible. Flush again, and add m1' of the washing powder and wah M the flushiiiR rim and ali parts and out. Stains of iron from the ' if not removed by the couring. n.' removed with a few drops of Mf chloric acid. Send votir soiled rlothes The Duke City Cleaners. 220 WKST CJOLD --VF The most up-to-date clean" Plant In New Mexico. 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