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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1911.
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The federal government doe, well to Uae unprecedented vigilance and energy In seeking to prevent the or ganization of military expeditions In thla country directed iiaulnat the iience and aufety of Mexico. There I a nuedal need and a ieclul ulillwu lion. At bent the Mudero administration 1ih a hard tusk. It la luxct hy many dlfflfultlea and ome of them art American In their origin. (Irani of lnmta and privilege! held hy Ameri can! Which Wera obtained from the rla government, are one fertile miroe of unrent In Mexico, The obli gation Which reata Uon rrealdent Madero to protect foreigner In their poaennlon of vaxt irurta of hind anil of many valuable mine and much other property, li one of the dutlca which make hli tank henvy. Among Mexi can! tha belief li common that these foreign IntiTiiNt! repreaent a greilt deal of aucrcasful Hliarp prnctlce. Another nource of (lantter Ilea In the reiidlnea of Americana to undertake military imtvIco in Mexico whenever It la offered aa an opportunity for ad venture, at good pay, or ait a chance to get "on the Innlde" with the. new government If a revnlutloimry enter prlae nucceeda The fact t tin t the revolution which drove Iln out of Mexico wna engineered and orgimlx- rd and promoted, tn lurge meaiiure, In and from the I'nlled Hlutei In crease th obtlgiitlon reMtlnir upon thla country to give the government Which replaced the old l'Mag uVapotlmn a fair clmncH to Juxtiry Uxelf before the wofld ami In the ratlmiitlon of the Wexlcana theinitelvea. At bent Mexico I HlrtiHgllng with a hard ttoik. It I illITU ull to qulcl down a country of mixed raclnl ele ment, crude liiiluMli'lea and prlmltlvu mode of llvlnx, after the tinreat and excllement of civil war, Alwuya poor, Mexico la now burdened with Indii trlal drawback Dprtiiglng directly from the revolution itgalnt Plu. And when the government turn urgent need of every dollar of II revenue for the Uxc li tnl tank of pence It I cilillut-il to pend much money In guarding the northern' frontier mid preparing tn meet and repulse IiivunIoii from the Vnlted State. Manlfeatly thl I onfiilr, Ameri can reapoiiMlhlllly, In some degree, for the iiecen of the Madero revolt I no clear that It lniilc u heavy obliga tion reeling upon llila country to give that nunc Mudero government n fair chance. The vlgorotta and strict en forcement of the neutrality Inn h Kiting tbe Mexican frontier I a na tloniil duly which could not be avoid ed without dishonor, A convention of delegates to the New York Slate Federation or Wo men' Club hn decided not to do any ("hrlstmits shopping after leceinber 1Mb. Thin Is carrying an excellent Idea ti little too far. There may be goiue very good reason for buying Christina gifts within ten day of Christmas, lint the bulk of the shop ping should be done before, It glie the purchaser a w ider choice nml pre vent the rush of lute buying, which I a hardship on the ptisnus who work In store. The action r the Aero Club of America In prohibiting lb cosed avia tor from flvlng over tnclosures where a gume of un kind is in pium-ess will be oiiiini ml. tl In in U inter est of public safety. Hut sm h prohi bition should not depend on t lull res olution. It Should be the Subject of legal penaltle. for the proleition of apeilators. California's attorney g" neral hold that under the common law the worn, en voter of tlio slate cannot sit us Jurors. IVrhapa not; but wait till the Women legislators leach Sacramento! The attorney general will not be able to rrcognlxe the common law nficr they gel through w Hit it. The adoption of the vocal Ion of profcNsioiiul aviator by it banKi r's son Illustrate an attribute In American heir to wealth which ought to help reassure iiinr.illst who deplore the Inflm in e of ih 1n-i on lU'lr inheri tor. i ue c ountry litis no occasion to ue- pair If lis Institution generally are no more Vorruut" than football I .ii.. i i i .i . . alleged to be by the p.ss.miMle conch tt WcaUl'U KkMjn, tiik sTitna.u: at xki;. On the outfomf of the ltllt of Winking, tilt h at-cins likely tu begin at any moment, will de; mil the Im mediate future of China. Should the imperial fono suct- In btallnx u(T their assailants. It Is poailde that a national convention, proposed I"' Jni ivai, win it nroi n iram 4nj h nionart-nv. retly abridged an in us preruitKiii ca. mu) oe pre fervid. If on the other hand, the liuur fents capture the city, there Is every reason to believe that a republic will tip estiibllKhed In the nth, even If a reformed monarchy I continued tn the north. And that Yuan Shi Kill j wi, annul be able to save the north to the throne In not at hII certain. A revolutionary victory at XuriklhK would certainly he followed by a lonK period of uncertainly bordering on anarchy, and under am h condition ultimate miecexs would tie more likely i n He with the limitritent party. During the lust wi ck or so the Mnnchu leader have been committing murder by the wholesale In Nanking, IK.1 and their bar bur cms mU have alien '"jated many of the troopa which before were counted a loyal. Some 3D, 000 Imperial soldiers wcte reported A day of two ago to have deserted and Join- led the revolutionist In their march upon the city. A few day ago It wna announced that the Manchu general, Chang Hsun, had given order to dl contlnue the culling off of queuelesa Chlncae heads, hut the order may be too late to save that reactionary offi cial from sharing the fate of so many of hi victim. The force under Oetu rnl Chung de fending Nanking I said to total 11,001) men. These are strongly fortified and are well armed nod trulned, but are understood to be poorly provision ed. Opposing them la it force Indif ferently armed and of uncertain num ber, but evidently determined, and I li I will have the itipport of the rebel wer ship In the river. It evident that Nanking, which already hn figured Importantly In ("blue hlntory, will he given new blu tnrh' lgnifcance by the event of the next few days. The city once wan the i'iillul of the entire empire, and In 1 H r 3 It waa captured by the Tulplnga and neiti ny mem Tor more thnn a year. It I the scut of a military col lege, nml has mi Important arsenal and factorle for the making of war material. from tha point of view of western government. It would aceni to bo tie- Klruble thai the Imperialist might succeed In holding Nanking, If there were any assurance that their success lher would be followed by the CHlah- llshmcnt of a strong, progressive cen tral government nt 1'eklng. t'pon the unification of China would cem to depend the salvation of thnt country. Without the dominance of a strong central Hiilhorily the empire thrent t'lis to be broken Into fragment, In viting forelvtn Intervention iind per- hap continued alien control. This would be unfortunate for both China and the foreign power. t Now they talk In lancoln Center, Kan., about tarring the men who tarred Mis Clininlierluln. Then the larrer of the turrer might be tarred In turn, ami so on. Mr. Carnegie' willingness to testi fy In the Steel Trust Inquiry seems to Increase In direct proportion to the M it I n m of philanthropy from his store of Steel bonds. Mr. ltockefelliT seemed to Mr. Mer rill "a kindly, brotherly sort of a fellow" JuhI before he absorbed Mr. Merrllt's family railroad. Many have noticed this. i'l'islii yields to liiiHsia In the mat ter at Issue. Thnt was what the lamb did when accused of spoiling flic stream for the Wolf. Ami much good It tlid! Not since I.oiiIh lllnnc, the fiery French orator of socialism, has In duslrlal competition bad such an ex coi ltallou as Chancellor Day now gives It. It's no use; the man who goes home late at night needn't try to give an an excuse the declaration of Thoiuns Ktll soa that American sleep loo much. A New York cook ha been arrested for stealing a steak Still hi seiilcnce oiiRhn'l to be u severe lis though he had stolen nil egg. ' The protected wool-grower ure gathering iiboul Mr. Tuft Just ns ir they expelled to write still another presidential message. The recall of the call loan ns a political Issue would sweep around Ibe ragged etle.es of high tlniince like a prairie fire. liussln seems to have been more sucicssiul wilh her ultimatum than Italy with hers. Mr. llr) an was shipwrecked u earlier than usual thl time. A Mull t amer's Imtl Seems heavier when he has n back and kldnev trouble. Fred hren, Mall Carrier nt Atchison, weak lUt. Kan., with snyii: "i havi) been bothered kidney and bladder trouble-and had a severe pain across my back. When ever 1 carried a heavy loud of mall, my kidney trouble Increased. Some time ago, 1 tarted taking Foley Kid ney rills and Since taking them I have gotten entirely lid of nil my kid ney trouble and mil ua sound now as ever. J. II. iritlelly. I'nlr Weather for Week. YViiKlllllif I nil '.r t'l; 'Che enin'i... iweck will be one of generally fair weather In the southern Mates aid ,," i""1 I'"1' f '" wl" ' ''r In the middle. west according ,k,v ,.,.,, ,..,.,, ,,v , , 'bureau. to the cathi r Public Forum Itllulilblc I'MNcnieiit. Kditor of Morning Journal: The utur i.nn .-liability and absurd ity of signature to petition on sub ject pertaining to political or do mestic eci'iiotm Is painfully apparent to the most ordinary mind. It is r. method more honored in the breach than In the observance, an, cannot be too quli k!y discountenanced anil condemned. The seemingly correct postulate that "in a multitude of councilors there Is wisdom" must be taken cum grano a-ilis," or condi tionally. If the muuitude were soffit lently Informed upon all subjects, regarding which, they were called upon to give counsel n.l to rMmu opinion, well and good, hut If not, wisdom would not be shown and too many cooks would sort ly spoil the broth. The foregoing truism waa very forcibly Impressed upon my mind ov the oc currence at the cllv council meeting a few evening io'ii. lmrtng the loated and somewhtt personal discussion of the street pay ing iUestlou tin n being consul, ri d. a statement wna made, that from eighty to ninety per cent of the property owner bordering the street propos ed to le parved, wire In favor of the Uiughlln or Smnd.ird Asphalt svstcm. as cheaper and better than the bi tulltblc umler the Warren patent. At the time of the meeting. 1 free ly confess my Ignorance of the merits (ir demerits of either of the paving prtw esse, antl will venture the asser tion that aeven-elghtha of the Pro testant aguinsl the bltullthle sstem were eiiually Ignorant, ir such be the ruse, of what earthly aecount Is their Judgment or opinion? An opinion given or a Judgment rendered with out any distinct knowledge of the subject matter Involved Is Indeed worthless Mild unworthy of consider ation. On asking a very Intelligent cit lr.cn of thl city to explain the bl tullthle process, he replied: "Really, I don't exactly know. I think the i lib f Ingredient! of the mixture ure asphalt, cement, sand and gravel." A to the quality anil relative proportion of th Ingredient or their mode of as ocluton, he frankly declared that he knew nothing. About the same reply wus elicited from several oilier person. A n lnt resort, recourse v;u had to the city epeloeer, whose iialili cMlem are uniiuesllonable and whose Judgment and experience are entitled to respect, lie very kltully guve me the Information sought for, and show ed specimens or the two asphalt mix ture, and explained the duality antl proportions of the Ingredient com posing- the two systems. This interview and the cine subse quently had with the courteous and very libit' agent of the Warren patent for the bltullthle Hyfttem, Impress d upon my mind l' great superiority over the Standard Asphalt method. In the smelting of ores, with which I inn somewhat familiar, 1 tun con vinced that In order to be u compe tent Judge of the best anil moat re liable methods of reduction, it re quires much more than the simple knowledge of the different Ingredi ent of a furnace charge. To say that lime, coke. Iron and lend, nrnl " furious blast are necessary I but u moiety of the knowledge required; the nnitler of the most Importance la to know and f' regulate the relative proportions of each In the mixture or charge, to produce perfect fusion; the same rule npplleH to the. proper mix ing of pavement Ingredient. The only way to obtain u correct knowledge or the best substance Tor street pavement Is by persistent in vestigation mid practical tests. I uin satisfied thai audi has been the en deavor of the manager of the bltul lthle system. In comparing specimen sect long or the hardened pavement of each sys tem. It was quite noticeable that In the gravid Klrutum the broken rock ir pebbles were of greater average sir.e In the hitiillthlc pavement, than In tip.' standard asphalt. My cxpcrlcnco in conglomerate rock formation ha convinced lue that a more perfect ami stronger con glomerate obtain In a coalse pebble lormalloli than In a fine one. In Na ture's laboratory, the ceiiieiillng ma terial lire mostly qnal'tn, silica, de cile and ferlte or oxide of Iron. Coars er gravel provides more empty spaceu In tbe general mas and enable the cementing solution to reach n larger extent of rock or pebble surface In greater quantities than It would In a liner and more compact triable nuv tcrlal. In many Instance of Masting through conglomerate rock forma tion, the explosion would cause cleavages a ii,i fractures In the "cilld pebble ta'her than ill the Intervening i ementiliK material. The above thought! and reflection:! have Inclined me lo believe that as long a pavement was determined upon, the preference shown by the majority id the city council, and their acli'Mi thereon, was correct. The remarks of Councilman Clarke, however, ns to the necessity of u storm sewer, or what might ho bet ter, n uniform grading of the city streets, are worthy or consideration find much to the point. A. W. 11 AHTt IS. Write it Letter "ItucU Home." Morning Journal: In connection with the Idea of the personal letter to the "back home" newspaper, suggested by the lturcuu of Immigration a short lime ago, the idea has received a cordial welcome ell over tlie state ami many of these letter already have been sent out. Vim will recall that It was slated thai a very large portion of our popula tion has come Irom the rural districts or the central antl eastern state. antl that all ol thee people have at least one weekly newspaper "back home" to whli li a personal letter about New Mexico could be sent Just at this time W'ith every assurance that It would be gladly received antl published, thus re sulting in a great deal or beneficial iiiheiiiMiig for the new slate. It has remained for Mr. Frank Maplln, a business man of Farnilng lon and publisher of the Farinlngtoii Knterprlse, who has uiready done u..ii valuable publicity work for the Mair. to make a suggestion, In this connection which Is of value. At Mr. Nlaplin's silkiest Ion, the Fiirtnlngton Hoard of Trade has prepared u letter about San Juan county, the Furminu ton dbtilct. ami New Mexico, for the signature of those people In that com munity who euro to take advantage of it, If jour local Commercial club will prepare such u letter, mid let it be known through our local newspaper that It Is ready lor a signature. Invit ing such of your people ns cure to do , In come In and address and sign It. liie result will be large: number of these letter fri in your district and a doiihli'ig of the efficiency of the plan IhroiiKliout Hie state. V o hope that our i lub will cooperate with u to the extent ol preparing such a letter and letting It be known through your local new .simper that the letter Is 1 1 sdy for osn. Very truly yours, 11, U. llliNLNC, ALBUOUEHOUE Tl TAKES HIS LIFE I if. C II ,'iJLUi S. H. Rand, a Painter, Swallows Dose of Strychnine, Death Following Within a Few Min utes; Had Been On Spree. Spar 11 rarraonoailrar Muralac Juarsal i Winlow. N. M . Nov. :'6. S. H. i Hand a painter end recent arrival tn town from Albuquerque, N. M., com mitted suicide early last Sunday intir n'ng taking a dose of crystallised strychnine which resulted in hi death a few minutes later. Hand had been drinking heavily the night be fore and making himself generally disagreeable around the house where he was rooming all that evening. The following mornirg he was called to task for his action of the even ing before by the proprietor of the hour and waa ordered to leave the premises Immediately. Shortly after ward a groaning was heard by the other occupant of the house and up on Investigating thev found Kami on the bed in convulsions. A doctor wa Immediately summoned, but to lale to do any good. Justice Wai'e impanelled a Jury untl at the Inquest held, a verdict of sulcldt) by strychnine poisoning wa rendered. I'ntlertaker W. A. I'arr took charge of the hotly and buried It In the local cemetery. Hand wa a man of about thirty-five years of age nml up to the present time no one ha been able to give any infor mation aa to any living relatives, al though it Is thought that he had rela tive! In Kl raso. Texas. In Lighter Vein All He Meant. Scene 1. Train slopping at a big Junction. Ticket Collector (examining passen ger' ticket This won't do, sir. you'll have to gel out and Passenger I'll not get out. I re fuse to be bullied hv you. Here is my card. You have your remedy, etc. etc. Ticket Collector I only wanted to suv sir Passenger Don't talk to me. You are only tin menial. Fetch the station noisier. Ticket Collector It's ull right, sir (Train proceeds, and paanenger re liit.'w tabs of his various triumphs over railway official!). Scene '1. A dark and lonely rail way platform. One melancholy figure brooding. l'assenger (thoiighfully) I wonder 11 that collector only meant to tell me 1 was In the wrong train? Tit lilts. Sequel Wlltlloil. "I see," says the man with the crocheted eriicat "thnt the secretary of agriculture has publiahed a valu able mininhlet on 'llovv to I'rcuare the Ciiespcr CutM of Meat.' " "Yes, I read about that, answers the thoughtful man. "I wlcdi he'd get mil a Cent ll'.l llllin I til 1 1 1 1 ill I .' I Oil 'ItllW to Procure) the Cheaper Cut of Meat.' That would oe runny neiprui. Judge'?. Library. ' Not Much .More Than tins. Aunt Mantly What's the mutter, Kben? I'nolo Fhen I'm through with this gas sluff that we've ben asln' slid of lie 1 list Irfcil to trim the wick on one of 'em antl the consumed tiling nusteii into a tnnusanii nine vvniic piece. J uilge's Di brury. IVrhuiw It Few. "You would be surprised,' ed the statistical person, how much water is wasted reniark to know In a bi city." "I suppose so," replied (he with tin1 impressionistic nose: are Home people who drink I know." I 'In lad el ph hi Hccord. man there , you One of tlH Original. I tn 1 1 1 hid vou enjoy the Mayllow- cr society' dinner? Keener No; an unfortunate blun der wa made. The fowl of which 1 had u portion should have been the guest of honor." Jutlf?!', The Outward Slioiv. "Those two women always greet each oilier with the most effusive cor diality." "Yes." replied Miss Cayenne. "F.ueh takes pride In showing the oth er how artistically she can conceal her real feeling." Washington Star. Cured Him. Marks I ly the way, old man, how nbntlt that cure for partial baldness you tried? Hid it work? Parks You bet? I'm entirely bald now. Huston Transcript. Too Fur. Itlng There Is one tiling I don't like about this aviation business. When a fellow smashes hi airship lie can't telephone to the garage and have a man come out untl lix It. Wing No, u fellow Is usually gone where they don't have telephones. Cleveland Plain Dealer. The liens. "Do you furnish r.ffhlnvlt with Jour eggs, showing exactly the min ute thev were laid?" usked the fussy lady. "No, nia'aiu, we do not." replied the market mini politely. "We tried to furnish these affidavits, but the hens positively refused to sign 'em." Vonkers statesman. DEPUTY SHERIFF SHOT BY INDIAN SUCCUMBS Keil. ling. Oil,, Nov. 2fi. William K. lilake, the deputy sheriff shot by "Indian Mike' while the latter was on a rampage nt Fall lilvcr Mills, a small settlement eighty miles from here last Friday, died today. No word has been received from the sheriff's posse that I pursuing '"In dian Mike." his son ami the latter Wiie ami daughter. Coughing at Night Mennn loss of sleep which Is bad for everyone. Foley" Honey and Tar Compound stop the cough at once, relieve tho tickling ! dryness In the throat and heals the Inflamed membraneg. prevents a cold develop ing Into bronchitis or pneumonia. Keep always In the house, Ucfuse uUatuuioe, J, U, O JUclly. il Elephant Butte Notes Imperial ranaapaaaVar ta MaraJag Jnaraal Klepham tiutte, N, M . Nov. 5. A Thanksgiving social will be held at the town umb-r the auspice of the church on Thanksgiving evening. A program is being arranged and re freshment will be served, all tree of charge. A pleasant time is anticipated. The social will have to be held in the school building as the new church building will not be ready for occu pany at that time. Mr. am! Mrs. W. M. Red. w ho have been in cttmp for a numir of days have returned lo their home In Kl raso. There is but little sickness in camp at the present time. The camp physi cian. Iir. J. Dale Ciraham, takes great precaution to see that everything In and around the place i kept in a sani- 1 t.iry condition. If he discover any j contagious disease, the patient la tak ' en to the hospital or isolated, in ord er to prevent the spread of disease. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morden and baby of Cuchlllo. are guests of Mrs. Morden'! sister, Mrs. Lester Montieih. Mrs. James Deerlng Fautitlerov en tertained the card club at its regular meeting on Wednesday afternoon. The following named luetics were present Meadumes. Stanton, Maclntyre, Well. Coghlan, Montieih, Powell, Charles, Fox, Mcltee. Schinalhousen, Matson, Heatly, I'.lne and l'atton. Heed and Worden. The first prize waa won by- Mrs. L. J. Onirics, and was a book, entitled. "Tht House of Seven Ca bles." Mrs! Putton carried off the consolation prlfce, a smull size deck of card. All the new tents recently erected by the Reclamation service, are now occupied by the families of Messrs, l'atton, Kennlcut, Heatly and Hllnt. The tent each have one large room with kitchen and are very comfort able. Herbert W, Yeo. one of the well known engineers of the Reclamation service at this place, I now enjoying a three weeks vacation, which will terminate about December 1st, when he will ugain take up the survey of the Hincon valley. The children of the officials' cot tage attend a Sunday school held in the home of Herbert Yeo, each Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. They ore many of the number who are too small to walk to the town where the other Sunday school Is held. Mr. and Mrs. AV. M. Heed were guests at dinner at the home of James Deerlng Fuunlcroy on Thursday. Samuel P'atton now holds the posi tion of sand and gravvi inspector on the flume. The postmaster is no doubt the busi est man here. There are 1,400 people who get mall here. The mall for I'olo iiiiih, Hot Springs, Is carried from here which adds much to the local post Inuster's work. The !-o (alls' Novelty Ac t. Crystal lodiiy. Help the Rood cause along hy se curing your tickets for the Anthony College Sanitarium lteneflt at Powell Drug Company, The J Calls' Novelty Act. Crystal today. GREEK FUGUE Two Officers and Restaurant Keeper in San Francisco Vic tims of Desperate Battle in Ferry Building, Hy Morning .Iniirnid Niiet-ial l.nuied Wlre.l San Francisco, Nov. 2H. Policeman Thomas Finnelley mid Charles CI. Castor were slit t and probably fatally Injured find Ocorgc Condos, a restaur ant man, slightly wounded shortly before noon today, by Paulos I'ran tioegos, a Creek. Prandoegos I salt! to be wanted on a charge of murder In Velloy, 1 1 recce, and an attempt was being made to arrest him at tht Fcr-v building when the shooting occurred. Prnndoego was knocked down by Ceorge Moss, a chauffeur, while try; Ing to escape and was captured by Police Sergeant o'Keefe. It was learn ed Saturday night that Prnndoegoa was in San Francisco. Prantloegos wa also suld to have dangerously wounded another Creek at Velloy, Creeee. The police department was notified and t detectives detailed to arrest Prando'egos, foe whose arrest a reward .of $0U was offered by rela tives of his alleged victim in Crcece. Near the Fqrry building shortly he lore noon today Prandocgo was. dis covered by three cousins of the vic tim. Ceorge Condos attempted to lake the mini Into custody himself and was shot through the thigh by Pran tloegos. Policeman Castor attempt ed to nrrest Prantloegos and was shot through the abdomen, policeman Finnelley came to Castor' ussistame uiul wus shot through tho arm mid abdomen by Prantloegos. Tbe latter also fired "t Policeman William Do 1 it n. but the bullet went wild. Several hundred commuters mid Sunday excursionists were at the Ferry building when the shooting oc curred. Panic reigned for a minute and then ipmoh started in pursuit of the Creek who hail done the shootire. When captured he wus rushed to the illy prison to escape threatened vio lence. At police headquarters Pramloegos stated through mi Interpreter that he began shooting because he feared violence lit the hands of Condos. Preliminary Hiiccs Totlnv. Savannah, ,Ca., Nov. 1:6. Thirteen staunch little racing cars will be sent oil' In the two contests preliminary to the great Yaliderbllt cup race at break of day tomorrow. Thirty min ute alter the conclusion of these events the big nice will start. Hcfore dawn twelve hundred Na tional Cuardsmen will take up their posts on either side of the twelve mile course. 1'neh man 1 equipped with ball cartridges and Instructions to keep the course clear. The today. 1 Culls' Noolty Act. Crystal RESISTS ARRES SHOOTSTHBEE TWO-YEAR-OLD BABE BADLY BURNED WHEN CLOTHES CATCH FIRE tSpringcr Stotkman. Monday afternoon about 3 o'clock an accident happened at the home of Wallace West in the north end of tho city, which rami! mar taking the life of their little two-year-old daughter. The mother was out in the front yard sweeping when she heard screams from the child, end running in saw the child's cloth? .ablaze, which she extinguished as quick as possible, immediately summoning a neighbor who went after Dr. Hopkins. The physician found the child ba.llv burned about the riuht ide of tho face and eye, the mouth, shoulder, side and ritrht arm, and administered to its comfort a best possible. For three days the little one's llfs was oespared of. and not until Thursday was much hopes of Its recovery en tertained liv either physician or pa rents, but since it has been improving slowly. Mrs. West had both her hands se verely I urned. While the mother was out In the yard the child, sitting on a high stool by the stove with the door open, was poking sticks In the fire. In closinr the door of the stove the chilli's dres-t was caught in it and caught fire. In Its fright it ran for the mother and when the mother reached her child found It enveloped in flames. Its outer clothing was burned from it body. Mr. West was out tf town at the time of the accident, but was sen; for. Woman Suffer Hrokcn Vrm. Josiah Middlekoff and wife of Illi nois, who are visiting their son, Owen Middlekoff at Miami, started to Springer Tuesday morning. At the i bridge over the Cimarron in this eit their team became frightened at an automobile driven by D. A. Clouthler, who had started for" Hayndo. Mr. Clouthler stopped his car nnd went to the assistance of Mrs. Middlekoff, the two succeeding In quieting the horses, in the meantime Mr?. Mlddldioff lumped from the wagon to the ground fulling on her right side. She said she was hurt and Mr. Clouthler took her In his car at once to the office cf Dr. Hopkinn. The physician at oner found that her right arm had been broken In two places, and the proper medical attention was given her. Mrs. Mitltllekoff is a large, heavy woman, and In Jumping from th wagon fell on the arm. causing the fracture. The accident 'a unavoidable, no one being to blame. IMMENSE TRACT OF LAND TO BE OPENED TO SETTLEMENT SOON (Seclid CorrimBontlenee to Morning Journal Clovis, N. M Nov. 26 It Is learn ed from authorative circles that the 100,000 acres of railroud land lying north of Clovis will be opened to set tlement soon and that the cm in p any which controls the selling of this fer tile section will start immigration trains down here in the enrly spring. This is encouraging. This Is one of the largest strips of p-ood land to be found in the entire union and if it comes on the market at a reason able price. It will cause the greateBt flow of Immigration to Clovis and Curry county that has taken place In the history of the city and county. Negotiations are being made now, It Is said, to secure some of this land by local real estate men, and should they be successful, they will consider themselves fortunate Indeed. Thla, coupled with the many good things in store 'for Clovis the coming six months will mtiko things nick up. LEGAL NOTICES Territory of New Mexico. Office of the Secretary. CERTIFICATE OF COMPARISON. I, Nathan Jaffa, Secretary of the Territory of New Mexico, do hereby certify that there was filed for rec ord in thla office nt ten o'clock a. in., on the Eleventh day of September, A. D. 1911; Articles of liuirKirntioii of STI ROES 1IOTI X COM PAX V, . No. !;i. intl also, that I have compared the following copy of the same, with the original thereof now on file, and de clare It to be a correct transcript therefrom .and of the whole thereof. (liven under ill v hand nnd the Croat Seal of the Territory of New Mexico, at the City of Santa Fe, the capital, on this Eleventh clay of September, A. D. 1U. NATHAN JAFFA. (Seal) Secretary of New Mexico. CERTIFICATE OF IXCORPOR. ATIOX. We, the undersigned, in, order to form a corporation for tne purposes hereinafter stated, under and pursu ant to the provisions of An Act of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of New Mexico, entitled: "An Act to regulate the formation and govern ment of Corporations for Mining, Manufacturing, Industrial and other Pursuits," approved March 15, 1905, do hereby certify as follows: I, The corporate name is Sturgea Hotel Company. II. The registered office of the corporation is 101 Central Avenue, Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Sam D. Stevens, is designated ns the statu tory li gent therein, In charge there of, and upon whom process agninst thi corporation muy be served. III. The objects for which the cor poration la established are primarily: a. To estaiuish (ind conduct a no te! and restaurant business and to maintain a public bar for the Falc of liquors and cigars In connection therewith. b. To purchase licenses of all kinds for the purpose of conducting such hotel, restaurant or bar required un der the laws of the United States, c.i the Territory of New Mexico or Stati Of New Mexico. c. To lease, purchase or Require bv gift, donation or otherwise, real estate, buildings or personal proper ty of whatsoever kind necessary ol required ih conducting such hotel, ves taurant or bar. As subsidiary to and in connection with the foregoing, from time to time the corporation may: Manufacture, purchase or other wise acquire goods, wttres, merchan dise and personal property of every class and description, and hold, own mortgage, sell or otherw ise dispose of trade, deal in and deal with the same. Acquire and undertake the good will, property, rights, franchises, con tracts nml assets of every nuinner and kind, and the liabilities of anv per sons, firm, association or corporation, either wholly or In part, and pay foi the same in ensh. stock or bonds of the corporation, or otherwise. F.nter Into, make, perform nnd car ry out contracts of every kind, an! for any lawful purpose with any per son, linn, association or corporation. i Issue bonds, debentures or obliga tions of the corporation, and t th option of the corporation, to secur the same by mortgage, pledge, deed of trust or othirwtse. Acquire, hold, use, sell, assign lease, grant licenses in respect of' mortgage, or otherwise dispose 0 letters patent of the I'nited States or anv foreign country, patents, patent rights, licenses and privileges, inven tions, improvements and processes, trade-marks and trade names, relat. ine; to or useful in connection witu any business of the corporation. Hold, purchase op otherwise ac quire, sell, assign, transfer, mortgage, pledg.' or otherwise dispose of shares of the capital stock and bonds, de. bentures or other evidences or in. debtedness crsuteu by other corpor ation or corporations, and while this holder thereof, exercise all the rights Bnj privileges of ownership, including the right to vole thereon. Purchase, hold and re-issue th shares of its capital stock, its bonds or other securities. Remunerate any person or corpor. ation for services rendered, or to oc tendered, in placing or assisting to place or guaranteeing the placing of underwriting of any of the shares of stock of the corporation, or any de. bentures, bonds or other securities of the corporation, or in or about th formation or promotion of the cor poration, or in the conduct of its bus iness. With a view to the working and development of ine properties of tht corporation, and to effectuate, direct ly or indirectly. objects and pur poses, or any of them, the corpora tion may. in the discretion of the di rectors, from time to time, carry on any other lawful business, manufac turing or otherwise, to any extent and in any manner not unlawful. The foregoing clauses shall be con. strued both as objects anil powers, but no recitation, expression or dec laration of specific or special powers or purposes herein enumerated shall be deemed to be exclusive; but it Is hereby expressly declared that all other lawful powers not inconsistent therewith ore hereby included. IV. The corporation is authorial, ed to Issue capital stock to the extent of Twenty Thousand Dollars ($20, 000.00), "divided into Two hundred shares of the par value of One hun dred Dollars each. V. The capital stock with which the corporation will commence bus Iness is subscribed by the incorpor ators ns follows: Sam. D. Stevens, No. of shares, 2S; amount, $2,500. Anna F. Stevens, No. of shares, i; amount, $400. Frank McKee. No. of shares, 1; amount, $100. Total, $3,000. The postofflce address of each of the Incorporators is Albuquerque, New Mexico. The incorporation reserves tho right to amend, alter, change or re peal any provision contained in .this certificate in the manner now or here after prescribed by statute for the amendment of the certificate of In corporation. VI. This corporation shall continue In existence for the period of forty nine years. In Witness Whereof, we have here unto set our hands and seals this 9th day of September. 1911. SAM. 1). STKVKNS. (Seal) ANNA F. STEVENS. (Seal) FKANK McKFE. (Seul) Territory of New Mexico. County of Bernalillo. ss. On "this 9 day of September, A. D. 1911, before me personally appeared Sam D. Stevens, Anna F. Stevens and Vt-iinlr Mi-IMP In OlA known to ho thfl persons described in and who exe cuted the foregoing instrument, and acknowledged that they executed tho same as their free act and deed. In Witness Whereof, I have here unto set my hand and affixed my of ficial seal the day and year first above written. (Notarial Seal) E. W. DOHSON, Notary Public. My commission expires Aug. Slat, 1913. - ENDORSED: No. 6930, Cor. Ree'd Vol. 6, Page 128, Articles of Incorporation of KTl'RCES HOTEL COMPANY, Filed in Office of Secretary of New Mexico, Sept. 11, 1911: 10 a. m. NATHAN JAFFA, Secretary. Compared C. F. K. to J. O. Territory of New Mexico. County of I-'ornallllo. ss. This instrument was filed for rec ord on the 12th clay of Sept. 1911 at 10:20 o'clock a. m. Recorded In Vol. "C." Misc. of ReC' ords of said County, folio 87. A. E, WALKER. Recorder. Ry IDA L. PLIJMMER. Deputy ReC Squibb's Olive Oil Anyone acquainted with pharma ceuticals, knows that the name of Squibb means "Guaranted Pure." You can buy Squibb's Olive Oil from us, 50c nml $l (H). WILLIAMS DRUG CO. 117 V. Central Ave. riione :s Elks' Theatre Saturday, Dec. 2 The i Traveling Salesman (Ry James Forbes.) DIRECT FROM NEW YORK AXD CHICAGO. Will open up a brand new line of Fresh and Vp-to-tho-Mlnute SCIXTILLANT WIT AXD HUMOR Mingled With MIRTHFUL, MERRY MAKING iJuarantecd to Cause, With Each Sale A THOUSAND LAUGHS A CotcrW of Congenial Companions Headed By DOX MACMILLEX and DOROTHY CJREY Will Assist THE TRAVELING SALESMAN Scats at Matson's