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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 29. 1911.
SIX morning journal (Official ..pt ! Hula) f-hUkha kf t JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO. d""" mphbion pmi jamk m.vk mumim 1i- k. dana johmwk WrMoin ItrtiM-iumlTe, C. J. AMHJlSOV. Msrqunie UuiMiiifc tWrajro, 111. rji-t-m IU'preenttlti, KALI'll IU Ml lJ-liV. IS I 'ark Itow, New York. Bniia at rod-rinH ntltOT t t (.'ffH ! Aa.iejueniiw. N- St.. sad fr TH MORVtsn Jiimil ! TH nisu at ri 111 n i I'Ai'i'B of vMiii. ti liimriMi th riiiN hum or tm urn hi u a rrr All. Til TIM H. AMI TMIt METHOD or TIIK KM I Hill A rAKTX 1HM ARK KK.M1. tm s. Mr tea. Ik Ml Ul Mriira Ikhw4 i la lk . '"'hm or "i hk KirnuN. rl!f, l !. n MKmh ltl. k Miliar, oo laoaik The Mmnlum Airaal ku a klakee Hr- u paper la Metle." 1 a Amti- mm Newl Mre, AUitQtmgi mew Mtxiro l Tin: nvitK. How different la anv place m en b)t thty from what It li when viewed at nmtit! t'nder the inn, the ecreeii m apprar: the foul and ugly thlug at.md forth there I homely mater iality and realism. We know and aee to much of what la here, believe lh Philadelphia 1'ubllo Ledger. The fiim Inatlng mtcry of .oniethliig withheld In lacking; there I no In -veatllure of rotnuntlc glamour, no iiggftln of vague reache beyond what we can clearly vlmiallre. At that we behold la iitiHtantlu) and sound and pronaic, Hut when night ha dropped isllctitly, the fine of the phenomenal world I changed there by. We move In a. place not known before. Incisive outline are; blurred and dulled; the prone la tiAiialaled Into poetry, and renllmn give place to nehtiloua ItnpreMionUun. To line a trite, familiar Itiflance, that I what Sir Walter Hcotl meant what he Hold, If thou wouldnt view Melre aright flu vlolt It by pale moonlight" He wtia well aware what a necro- tnnTiiv,,. I fl,u iiwti.n ami I ho litver'a em.erl. nce. alncc Troll u or Iander ; or I'yrainn or Humeri, ha upporl ed thi dliM'uvery. The moon, the In ronitutil niiM'n, ha gllvcred over th len amiable aKpect of place, per aoiiM, thing lnr It glinted through the leave of Eden upon th coll of the aerpent anleep. Homellmea the highway thnt la corrugated with rutu In the ditytlme aeem Inexplicably amoothed and flnttened after dark; the rough pImcci are made plain, and the progrcn of the vehicle la n trim ijull In It fleetnen a the ianag of fhlp m row a favoring aeH. Could wr ace the hummtakl and the 1111 evenncKa, at once the courno would reem full of Impedimenta, If not ipilte Imputable. The deprivation of the light Iih been A kind of mercy A certain Meaning, 't h" taken nway the real and the uetunl, and ban mib atituted the fantaatlv and the Imag inary. The liareli crudltlea have gone we nre now In fulrylnnd, and there are audible "this horn of el Hand faintly blowing." In the dark tuns we nee, In the silence we hear, all manner of thine Invlidble and In audible by day. There 1 n rennon why the ilarkncM t ime, mid (he deep tiniuil)!y. lioincllme In life the ilurkncrut falN. The light Kin's out of the aky ciuiipletely, leaving not the mlnuteat point of ntiiijlilne, much lee tin aiir otal ultei'ikioM. We are, to ucc Mil ton line word, "nlghi-fmindered," and ll aeein eiUully dliricull to re truce our aieiH or to advance ct the position where we are appear mi- t. loll ii Tln n conn the aevcre nml lin.il text of the man or the woinun thele Is III u. It In mi euay for I hone who tbliik they have the light to view complacently the 'limp of life" and give good advice lo thoao who nit In (inrKiienii and in Hip nliadow of death. It U eafy to tell the other thnt niulil hide the iitiboautlful tliliiMH ,aml that even thoae airlcken w ith I'liinliii e can nee the face of (iml. Hut when vim are alone In the dark It In a till T rent matter, and "the heart I, niiweth Its on tilHerneaa." The people we meet nil our way downtown are generally will uml i In i ff. il They have an air of the liu y trtiri'iriii,n of lninliie, of in tcre"t 111 giilug coiu-eriiH. of participa tion In the world' work and it rec Iiiillou, What about ti.e people we ilo iii it m e the one vv ho are In the laik'.' t'li H 11 opera night, the box en and Kullirlin me crowded with an ftitinidli'd tl-.roiig, buiKhiiirf and ami-abb-, excluding all rlfchu and Hoiinda that ate nut pleasant. What about the ttliimnm1 Jnllti that me imt a full as tin: opera limine .' If one man in in the thealcr, uiiotlar Ik III Moyhiueii Mug. Milady weep lit the tletlllou eon own of the plabmiM", her nlMcr 1 (iviiiif about her own leal trouble III a lionpltal, or lii a mihiII unsavory In, une with the rent overdue. Thin neWfrpajar i M'l'i to tniiie unilef the t; 0 of nou, lone at tlo- end of evct v thing, minliiKt the wall, denpHlrllig and uliout to niiir. iiilcr. Inil dm- one in that ticnpcriite ntale of mind and body care about the frothy badinage or champagne, the acintlllNtinft 'H or Jewel of fanhlonable dinner ta bles? They are In want of the thing that (how In the buhl me dally tak ing for grant! d. '1 hey only ui-k to live, not lo enjoy lite. The worker In the weathop make, ho place In hi or her program for fun it la a monotonous grind to extort h meagre vvtMuHviK o vul vl "lU UM ( ii I 'h ff circumstance" and In take the bit ter bread from the teeth of adversity. One doe not'neej to far as to the east end of London to find hag fnri spei Imrni how xii'tcnce la more precarious than that of the sparrow, and a near to the gutter. for "all poor souls lost In the Jark-' let u who have th llaht take thought and tar. It l es, enoush to leave them out of the reckoning. They are accustomed to neglect. Hut this U an age that, to an client not known before, la leaving the well-fed and comfortable nlnety-and-nlne In the warm, safe fold, to go out Into the wild waste places In search of the one that If lost. The darkness to ua la beautiful and It la our trl-nd lie cause we ran return to the warmth and the light h never we like. Kut to those who are condemned to wand er afield And have loat the road whereon we travel In our fellrlty, the perpetual nlsut lo which they dwell i a chilling urror. It U our business to no forth and find them and bring them hack Into the light. tiik iii mi ttm rmiiATinv The youth who bore 'mid tiow and lee the banner with the ntrange de vice, "Kxcelnlor," wan but the embod iment of the modern Idea. In the opinion of the New lurk Herald. We live In an age when the etruggle for Iett thing I driven by Impulse In our nature to improve, and the mad denlre to get rid of the atmosphere of the pennlmlnt. who nee nothing good anywhere. If being perfect would end the dally carping nil would be willing to become perfect, even If perfection were dull. Mr. John Ii. Itoi'kcfe llcr'a parable of the "perfect roue," w hich wag only attained by lopping off alt It Pinter, until it been me the "laat roae of um nier," m to apeak, only In it turn to be gathered In by Mr, Wlckendinin, lone hone of It beauty beenu. Mr. llockefellf r ha had to expluln that the part he played In the ore land manipulation, which left Mr. Merrltt with no money to pay hi fare home, wa purely philanthropic. Mr. Andrew Carnegie fulfilled a long ambition to liecome a reporter, and that hi experience waa reamm ably eomplote wa shown by the fact that the floor of Mr. John lllgelow'a In nine waa slammed in hi face. Hut Mr. Carnegie got Inside, arid there fore ran be claed n n perfect re porter. He limy yet become the per fect Interviewer and Induce Mr. Mor- fH" Hut what I leading U to theno ohnervatlon ha nothing to do with mere millionaire, hut with the move ment In Iowa to produoe perfect lia ble. The women' club of the Mat have decided that there mtint be an Improvement, while of course ad mitting that h a general proposition every mother' babe I perfect. They have offered prluc und will end Ir. Margaret Clark, of Waterloo, to Kur npe to make un. Investigation, thus admitting; that the Kurnean pro duct' may have guperlorlty over thnt of Inwa, In panning we note that a ntep in the rlrfht direction has been made, because Dr. Chirk never hud a baby herself and therefore will not have a struggle with muternal pride In reaching Judgment. Hut here lie the crux of human perfection. Starting with the perfect baby, how fur will we go? At once we will have the perfect wife, the perfect hilnhand, the perfect cook, the perfect chuuffeur, the perfect millionaire, the perfect ngilator, the perfect preacher, the perfect presi dent In fact, we will have the per fect world. IX)ST MOItTI M tTT-ITS. The piifectlon of the phonograph hun niiido It possible to perform some grewnomx feats unknown In the sim pler day of our father, ticiimlonal ly one reads of gome limn prem hitu bin own funeral sermon or of some woman furnishing solo music at her own Interment. Now comes a ntor from Clibago that two men who have been dead four years entertained their old club with famous stories and song which had been iiimie upon phonographic records several ear ago. It I positively uncanny to think of familiar voice coming buck out of the world of shade in laugh ter anil merry Jet, The member of the Chicago club uppeured to hae no compunctions about this form of n lei talnnicnt, ;i el It hi hardly probable that pont mortem witticisms will be come linlv ersiilly popular. line of the most valuable scr b en of til" phonograph In in the fact lln't II enable practically everyone I'1 en Joy the worlds famous slngei ut their ln-nt. An science lead greater perfection to the reproduction of the human voice by mechanical inc.itin. the opportunity for enjoyment nrnl education will become universal. Hut ill iiianti I pieces of mimic or of ora tory there Is something of the imper nuiuil an well as of dignity a tut exalta tion It In not ns though our rlose friends Alio bad gone before nre speaking out of the void In shocking Irreverence und mockery. In clone association with the pres ervation of the human voice Is the preservation of human action In urn lion pictures. The world has ben waiting a long time tor thnt perfect adjustment between the phonnvtraph ami the moving pliture which will give grand opera or tragedy in chro matic and visual unison, Some ad Viiineiiicnt has been made and the proposition involves no Insurmount able difficulties. It Is merely a mat ter of mcchatib al skill. Than the pos sibilities for pint obit nioiikry hiucn will be boundless. I'crhap the world call get used to this sort of thing, but while the novelty lunts It I hard to contemplate It without a feeling that the proprieties are violated and the rierel dletiity of tho Uml vulrnitvd. A Chicago paper object to "fash ioning a biplane after billiard" the buuurd Uing a dirty bird, rif fle. A presid-nt of the Inited Stales' had bis home at Billiards Bay, and he I credited with a clean administra tion. The biplane will not have to eat carrion. The astronomer, announce the dis covery of more canal on the planet Mar. Till come just In time to make Tluink-lving a day of real and everM'K''riihout our hei,.fui . trononicre" The decision of the I'.ock Inland e -ployea lo accej't the 'ominy's terms and not Ko on a strike in rather dln couraKlng to the waiklntf delegation but It Is a Kre:it boon to the employes' wive and children. Throwing up good , Jobs in a mighty poor a hard winter. Kngland In nald to le In the 'throes of a political revolution." With the iitfr.i,'ette throwing fit and throwing bricks at freipient In tervals "throws'' seem to be the more accurate word. Serious Accident Befalls Unfor tunate Box Car Tourist at Du ran; Injured Extremity Amp utated! imm.hI lil.twOh to the Morning Journal. 1 Kstaticlii, N. M., Nov. 2H. l'rank Whalen, aged HI, who for some years ha been following the warm climate lines along the railroad, wus brought here today from lurnn suffering from a mushed foot. Whalen was beating hi way on a Mock Inland train. Stopping at Du ra n, the engine wa uncoupled from the train and sent uliead a few Hun dred yards ror water. Whalen crawl ed oui of bin berth on the roils and went to Hie place where the engine fire box bad been cleaned. He scrap ed away the cinder und lay down on the warm ground, falling asleep. Ilo wus soon awakened by the engine bat king onto him and before he could get out of the way the tender hud punned over his left foot, crushing the toes. Inuan being In this county, Whn len as a county charge was immedi ately sent here for care. Pr. W. K. Sunderland amputated the foot tit the arch .and the patient Is now In the county Jail in care of Deputy Sheriff Knbinson. Whalen claims I'ennnylvunln as ills home, but says that ho has been an aimless traveler for a number of year. T DOSE WILL Indigestion, Gas, Dyspepsia, Heartburn and All Stomach Trouble Relieved in Five Min utes With a Little Diapepsin. As there Is often some one In your family who suffers an attack of lndl ucMlon or some form of Hloni'ich trouble why don't you kvp sonio .n iieoin in the house handy? ThU liininl'ns blessing will digest anvthln,' you can eat without the slightest discomfort, and overcome a sour, gassy Stomach llv'o minutes alter. Tell your pharmacist to let you read the formula, plainly written on these aO-cent cases of rape's Diapepsin, then you will readily see why It makes Indigestion, Sour Stomach, Heart burn and other distress go In five minutes, and relieves at onci such miseries as Kelt-hint; of (Ins. (eructa tions nf sour, undigeH'oJ fund. Nausea, il -ad ii hen. Dlzsineiu, Constipation ami other Slot oi. h ills. r Its, Seme folks Pave tried no long to find relief from Indigestion and Dyspepsia or an out-of-order stomach with the common, ev cry-day cures advertised that they have about made up their minds that they have something else w run .-, or believ e theirs Is a case of 1 Nervousness, Oastrltls, Catarrh of the ! Stomach or 'a ncer. This, no doubt, Is a serious mistake, j Your real trouble is. w hat you eat does 'not digest: instead, It ferment and sours, turns to mill, das and stomach I'olsiiti, whb h putrely in the digestive tract and Intestines, nnd besides, polon the breath with nauseous odors. A beany appetite, with thorough di gestion, and without the slightest dis lomtort or misery of the Stomach, is w'uiting for yon as soon as you decide to try i'upe's Diapepsin. BANKRUPT GRAIN FIRM PAYS ITS OBLIGATIONS Minneapolis, Minn,, Nov. 2H. The !'". II. !'ai v company of Minneapo lis, has disi barged all of its 2,l'ta,u0 !luhii!eilncis by means of collateral tiut notes, according to the statement of 1". II. Wells, vice prexhVnt. today. Tin- issuance of the notes whs made necessary because ol the Indebtedness at the I'eavev tivain company of Chi cago to the Minneapolis concern. roughing at Mgbt Mcimti loss of sleep which Is bad for everyone. Toby s Honey and Tar Compound slops the cough at once, relieves the thktmg and dryness In the throat aim heals the Inflamed membrnni. Prevents cold develop, tng Into bronchitis or pneumonia Keep always In the house. Refuse ubilliuuc J. 11, UiUelly. ENGINE RUNS OVER HOBO CRUSHING MAN S FOOT RS END MISERY IN STOMACH PARTIES TO DIVIDE SENATE SEATS Albuquerque Legislator-Elect Gives Interesting Interview! to Washington Newspaper;; Blow at Standpatters. John rtaron Mure, representative- elect from Iternalillo county in the SAYS BURG preparation forM11 tate legislature. In an interview KHIl y UUBCUl l. , vveuiri, a i.it , correspondent for the Washington Tim , discusses the probable action I if the New Mexico legislature in the election of two I'nited State sena- j tors, as follows; j "Iiespite the fact the regular or j stamtpat republican organization hu carried a majority cf member of the ' New Mexico leginlalure chosen two . week vlho today. Indications are that one democrat and oto? republican pro- ; grtwtive will be elected senators, i "Hull" Andrew stands to Use the seat for which he has so long strug gled, and Solomon Luna, republican boss and national i onimllteemun, hue more prpspect of an inglorious re tirement from politics than he has of being: u senator. "This is the story which comt from the new eouthwent state today. It is brought by John Huron Hurg, a former Washtngtoiilati, w ha has for three yeur lived In New Mexico, und bus Just been elected a a progressive lepublican to the slate senate. Hurg has been a scrapper ever since he went Into the territory, und was one of the group of progressive, that belt ed the machine convention at 1-us Vegas Inst .ummer. "The remarkable result In New Mexko Is of the greatest national In terest at thU time, because it may de termine the political complexion of Ihe tnlted States senate after March 4. 112. Hegular republicans always counted on two senators from New Mexico. They c .needed that the dem ocrat would Kt two from Arizona, and o in all calculations the twin southwest states were set down a a tund-off. "Hut the result of the New Mexi co election wa a revolution, direct ed naalnst the reactionary Andrews-Luna-Fall-Cntron machine. The pro gressive republicans Joined wllh tho democrat In supporting the demo cratic state ticket, and elected near ly all of It. The biggest fight wus to control the supreme court, and two democrats nn,l one progressive republican have been elected. It I composed of three members, "The old corrupt New Mexico gang wanted to be sure cf the court be cause It would be their final safe guard, loosing It, they have lost the one (insurance of protection In carry lii(r out their plans fur domination of the state. , "'The legislature would have gone I'emocratlc-progressive by at least two to one,' sth Mr. Hurg today, but for the fearful gerrymander which saved the machine. On every thing that gave opportunity for a stiite-wldii vote, the machine was de feated. They held back the returns, doctored them as much as they dar ed, and then couldn't beat us. "'No less than 161 precincts were held buck for ten days after tha eleitlon, and then the returns from them Were all found to be overwhelm ingly In favor of the machine candi date. Ity this urt of thing they say. ed nominal control of the legislature, but they couldn't save the state tick et. McDonald, democrat, Is elected governor by about 4,000 In spite of all the fixing. " 'While the machine was holding back and plugging the returns, the democrats and progressives organized a legal committee, raised $10,000, and are now on the trail of the election ( rooks.' "Mr. Hurg's explanation of the sen atorial situation is most interesting. The democrats and progressive re publicans together come within three or four of a majority in the legisla ture. This, of course cannot control. Hut it turns out that tl niimbir nf the men whom tho machine republi cans nominated and elected were In sympathy with tho revolt, nnit are determined to Join it. As a result, the coalescence Is assured, Mr. Hurg says, a comfortable majority to organise the legislature and to carry out the original program and elect one demo crat ami one progressive republican to the I'nlleil Stales senate. " 'New Mexico is R progressive com munity, as tho country soon will dis cover,' declared Mr. Hurg, 'The re sult was a rebuko to the gang', methods at the 1-us Vegas convention. The real people simply hud no chance there at all: the gang rode over them in n manner that made all the de cent ifpinion of the state rise up m the protest that brought about Ihe re sult we have seen. Now watch New .Mexico; there is going to be a car nival of machine-busting nnd hoss hustlng when the election frauds get to the courts.' " Tovlund is ready, at the Uoseiiwald store. After many hours of hard work the toy department is ready aain for the reception of the boys and girls. This vein's showing of toys i more extensive than that of lutd. the first holiday season of the llosenwald store. Tons of every description arc found here to delight the hearts of the young people. There are mechanical toys, animal toys, miniature furniture, Hying machines, automobiles and games that will amuse old as well us young people. In tact the display Is endless and almost Indescribable. The third flour Is already becoming a pop ular section of the store, and the ele vator makes tew ascents that It docs not carry a loud of kids, smiling In an ticipation of what they are to see In TuMaiul. The east window on Central avenue Is given over entirely to the toy dis play. It need not be described further than to say that it Is the finest toy display ev er made In Albuipieruue ami Is one of Decorator Klnehurt's best efforts. For roughtuK, dryness and tickling In the throat, hoarseness and all coughs and colds, take Foley's Honey and Tar compound. Contains no opiates. J. II, O'Ulolly. 10 W M AT Hi BIG ACREAGE WILL BE United States Engineer Sidney W. Cooper Supervising Pro- ject Gratis; Work Being Fi- nanced By Private Capital. (SfwL-il firrt-pdenre ta Morals Jonraal licswell, N. Al., Ma. Zi. oniracts have been signed for the reclamation of 860 acres by drainage near Dexter and liagerman, the expert w r of which will be done by Sidney v. Cooper, I'nited States dYalnuse engi neer, who Is surveying such enterpris es in the 1'ecos valley gratis to the land owners, t'f the 950 acres to be reclaimed, 700 lies west aol south west of Dexter in a long s.no a quar ter of a mile wide and .1 ralle end a quarter in length. This deal is being financed by (1. S. Douglass and J. L. Vanderbout, of Dexter. The Hagcr man tract consists of 250 acres and Ueorge Davlsso und McKinstry brothers have placed the aione.- in ihe bank to carry out this contracV The work will be done through the winter. t.irl I'ndtahly Fatally I'.uini tl. Mies Hesnie Hennett, a young lady of twenty years, was seriously burned today when she upset a bottle of tur pentine on her clothing and the vola tile fluid caught fire from the red hot stove. She as rescued by her sister or would have been burned to death. Her cotton clothes were afire from head to foot and her fh-Kii is burned to a crisp In place. It is reared the burns will yet pruvi fnt.il. Miss Hennett has a claim in the north end of the county and was camping near this city with relative:). Handsome New Hunk Iliilldlnx. W. I Wlmmer. of St. Louis, the architect who is drawing the plans for the new First National bank building, arrived today in compar.y wllh A. G. Godair. the bank president, and the desires of the directors will be learned in order that tliey may ne Incorporated in the plans for the new building, which will be erected this winter. The new building; will set a new pace for banks in No Mexico. l'owcr riant to Cost $250,000. The new electric power plant of the Hosvvell Gas & Electric company Is nearing- completion and will reuch a cost of 1250,000. Eighty miles of high clans copper wire has been strung to distribute the power over the Herrendo tract north of the city, where it will be applied through pump to watering the thirsty bind and maktng of that section n farm land similar to the country east and southeast of Hosvvell that Is watered by artesian rivers nnd wells. ltoswcll to l'ave Its SlrectM. The city council's paving commit tee orgnnlzed today by electing J. W. Khca president and Clark Dilley sec retary. Estimates have been secur ed which show that the cost of paving the district now In contemplation win be $0,000. The totul valuation of the property affected is $250,000. Thiv put the cost easily within tryp 10 per cent limit. nnt kaclic, Ileudnt'lie, Nervousness and rheumatism, both In men and women, mean kidney trouble. Do not allow It to progress beyond the reach of medicine but stop it promptly with Foley Kidney Pills. -They regu late the action of the urinary orguns. Tonic in action, quick in results. J. II, O'Rlelly. ALBUQUERQUEAN TO SHIP 100,000 SHEEP. TO KANSAS CITY To ship lOn.OOO head of sheep from New Mexico to Kansas City is it large undertaking, but when one has but a.fli'O to begin with the task looms larger still, Yt this Is Just what Isldro Sandovsl of this city, has contracted to do. He has closed a ileal w ith cer tain sheep commission men In Kau nas Cltv to ship to them (luring the winter lOO.OuO of New Mexico sheep. Yesterday Mr. Sandoval started the first shipment of 20.000 on Its wav. Of these he supplied 5,000 from his own flocks and purchased the other 15,000. The balance of the immense order will be gathered together as fast as possible and shipped to their desti nation. Mr. Sundoval expects to be kept busy the entire winter gather ing und forwarding the several ship ments that will make up the total. MhiKiucrnuo l'iide Arc Sliown the Way Out. Kidney diseases nre verv danger ous. They come on silently, gain ground rapidly, and cause thousands of deaths that could have been pre vented by proper treatment In the i.eelmilntr. Nature gives early warn ings of kidney diseuse backache, twinges of pain when stooping or lift ing', headaches and urinary disorders. If these symptoms arc unneeueti, mere is grave danger of dropsy or fatal Hrlghts' disease. lMtn's Kidney rills have earned a reputation for their ef fectiveness in kidney troubles, and are known and recommended the world over. Alhuqueruue readers should find convincing proof in the following statement. It's from a citi zen of this locality. Jacob Kenestrlck. "Oil Lincoln Ave.. Fast l.as Vegas, N. Mex says: "My opinion of Doan's Kidney Dills which was publicly expressed In a. testimon ial I gave In their praise two and a half years ago, remains unchanged. Whenever I have taken Doan's Kid ney lills. they have given me relief from annoying symptoms of kldnej complaint. I am glad to give this rein ed v the pruiso it deserves." For sale by all dealers. Price f.0 cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo New York, sole agents for the Itnitetl States. Hemember the nsuie Doan's and (take no other. RECLAIMED NEAR DEXTER II TREACHER US TROUBLE There is Only Ons That is Laxative Bronm Quinine VStO THE WOULD OVER TO CURS A COLO M 0.1E DAT. Al Jrays remimbcr the fall name. Look Cfyf Jlf ior this signature oa every box. 25c. fffJCTVVXge J Present Act Regulating This Industry Lacking in Import ant Particular; Other News Notes of That Section, JSppeial Oorrenpondeace to Morning Journal Aztec. N. M., Nov. 27. A petition Is being circulated in this county by the bee raisers and orchurdists which asks the state legislature to amend the present law regarding diseases of lees. The law at this time provides that any precinct in any county niuy petltion the board of county commis sioners for a bee inspector, whose dutii"s are to destroy broods infest ed with disease. Hut the law tloes not provide for quarantining; un api ary where foul brood may appear, and thus the disease is often spread over an entire county. There arc only three counties in this state that make bee raising an industry, und these nre counties where fruit is grown most extensively. Bees are on invaluable aid In polleiiir.lng or fruit blossoms, according to the best au thorities. On Trail of AHcjroiI Vole Ruyrr. A movement Is said to be on foot Kv mouna tt which the larffe ntimbei- of one and two dollar bills which sud denly came Into circulation right ai- You can save money by drinking DAN COUNTY WANTS BEE LAW AMENDED Glorieta Beer In preference to any other. None more pure and whole some. JUST TRY IT Phone 57 or 58, and will have it at your door. Southwestern Brewery & Ice Co. f I Albuquerque, New Mexico I New Machine and Electric Shop The Coleman-Fisher Co. have opened a new plant at 51 J WEST CENTRAL This plant is equipped with new and modern machinery and we are prepared to do accurate work at reasonable figures. Phone 242 impress nuuit ter the late election, may lie traced. It is common knowledge that a cer tain politician of unsavory reputa tion while in a drunken condition dur ing the late cc.mpuicn. rhowed lare rolls of money to different persons. It is the determination that such thing lhall not be tolerated In this ct unty any longer, and the move ; unearth the corruption, or attempted j .corruption of voters has the endorse ment Ol mi) (ICl-'U iiunu. rioncer U niovcs to California. fine of the pioneers of Fan Juan county, i. It. Williams, held a public sale last week and left for Califor nia, to reside. Mr. Williams came t i fan Juan county before there were any railroads lu re, und had been one of the prominent cattlemen and poli ticians. He helped in several en counters with Navajo Indians mere '.hen twenty years ago, and was a member of the good law movement that broke up several bad gangs cf caul,? and horse thieves here. ISiiilroatl Humors Aain Afloat. Humors have been going the rounds in this section, since the visit of Pres ident Jeffery of the Denver & Wo Grande, that the Grande will com mence next spring to build a connoe Hon between Karmington and Gallup. This rumor seems to raise every time the talk of the Arizona & Colorado railroad building In here gets start ed afresh. A Household Medicine That stops coughs quickly and cures colds is Foley's Honey and Tar Com pound. Mrs. Anna Pelzer, 2526 Jef ferson St., So. Omaha, Neb., says: "I can recommend Foley's Honey and Tar Compound as a aura cure for coughs and colds. It cured my daugh ter of a bad cold and my neigh bor, Mrs. Benson, cured herself and her whole family with Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. F.veryone In our neighborhood speaks highly of it. J. H. ti fMellv as well as your good health one of our courteous drivers J M GERMAN-MILLED the answer to man eeu. H every Baking Problem Its Finer,-Whiter and More Uniforrn. Made by LARABEES Famous GERMAN PROCESS A ROGERS' SILVERWARE COUPON IN EVERY. SACK J GROSS, KELLY & CO. (Wholesale Grocers.) . Albuquerque, Tticiimcarl, K. I .as Vcpas X. M fceus, Uowc, Corona, Triniilnd, Colo- t