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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1911 I Suggestions; V V f f V V 5: v V T ? Y f f y y y y y Phonographs Victrolas Records Pianos Music Victrolas Records Music Out of town orders receive prompt attention. Oi instruments, our prices and our terms Vvill satis you. Our business methods will please you. request for catalog and further information vv please us. ' I Learnard-tindemani COMPANY The Square Music Dealers' n. .LI' L J 1 0H A All ii ii Y i-oiawisi.cu i uu. Miouquerque. IN. IV y y y y y " L JOKERS ARRESTED FOR HOMICIDE j lice lieutenant: It. Arccy To I ward !irtliih.-r, Jusei.h K. , i ami William Tappe. it was rir.-t supposed thj liietram committed suicid Coroner Shora-utt started ait salion on the theory, he tin that KllC Was ih Vll tllll of a , Joke and did i.i.i know that, lakir;' poison. Thomas J T rctiit,l mi (.nil of I3.IMH1 a other prisoner wire released "I ll!,(itll. New Yuik Hcuity Dealer is Charged With Causing Death of Girl; Five Others Accused of BeinA Aixesy.jiies. Hr Mri Journal H. l.t I tit -4 m tr. Sew i oi k, ti- . ; Mx mi ii w-i rp liti'tid 1 1 . lif U fi.r 'imi.l. It, in the ii- nil of .Mil TiiMrMiii. w iiixi i'1-oiiiiig l.i-l irrni i arhohc a, ul l lH-'t.M tlll'lll f ' ' I J Toll- Ii, a I . i .Mil, i 1 was i harged wiih hnic 1. 1, luiii I , ih.ir.il w .ii, l.i'iiij a. i . s m.il. urc .limn J Mii'mHu p.. READY FOR OPENING OF IRRIGATION ( Ii'' ..go, lrt-. 2. The kit Knini..is jf ihi National Ir congress ,,,y completed "itiIm fi.r tin- ifh annual me 11. orgiimjMtion which will ill this iiij next wnli. Thi ni.inli. r of Ilir l.iiuril i l. Insinger, Spokane, Wash lu.iii. II. A, Fowler, phoenix. A iliur ,'lonkir. Spokane, Wash en II, MtCnrmh k and W. ii. Chicago, mill V. J. Mnicc. W tun 1 1. C ZIMMERMAN FAILS 10 MAKE GOOD 0M SURVEY County Commissioners Decide to No!;fy His Surety; Asks for Wore Time to Finish the Work. Il.caua.- of the failure of John I Zimmerman, the I -is Ycgis civil en gineer, lo complete his contract en tered Info with the commissioners of Bernalillo county, in November. 1HI, !r the survey and putting of the county, the board yesterday decided to at once notify Mr. Zimmerman's surety, the I'mled states Fnlelity and Guaranty eompanv, of hia default on the contract. Thin action of the board wan taken despite an appeal from the engineer Tor an extension of time and an advance payment on hn contract. The hoar J acted largely on th advhe of County Surveyor A. D. !. Zimmerman's excune (or failure to live up to hia contract waa lack of funda with which to purxue the work to a (tuceaiful concluaion. The board took formal action In the matter when It adopted a resolution offered by Commlraionrr M. ft. 8prlner. The resolution Introduced after the communication! of both Mr. Zimmer man and County Surveyor Ogle had teen placed be-fore the board, considered and entered of record flneer Zimmerman's surely Is IH.OOQ and Is gilt-edged. The action On me rounty survey was the most Important matter brought to the attention of the com missioners at the meeting yesterday, although other business as tranaart !. Cnuntv Superintendent A. Tl. Pfroup presented a claim for 19.83. as ex pense contracted in attending the re cent meeting of the New Mexico Teachers' association. The claim wai disallowed. It was stated In the meeting that Mr. Stroup had been advised before the meetimt In a circular letter sent out by Territorial Superintendent Clark to the effect that no part of the general school funds were avail able as expense money to superin tendents wishing to attend the meet ing. A liilm of Uoad f iverseer Ilrvant for $25 for office rent was also disallowed. Jose Itomlngues made application to be Krmit. il a license to open a sa loon In the village of Tljerns. An af fidavit was presented from John Myf- V duty . En- for Maybe It's You That's Out ofSoi The world is all right; that's certain! If coffee drinking has put you out of tune (it does ma uitil the world looks gloomy, let some sunshine in by a chi lo well-made POSTUM It has helped thousands; why not you? The change is easy and pleasant when Postum is m right; that is, boiled full 15 minutes after boiling begins. Good Postum has a fine color, delicious flavour, and nch, nourishing food elements for rebuilding brain j nerves. j With mental poise and the body swinging along smoot' life is worth living. j Ten days' trial shows. There's a Reason" for postur Postum Cereal Co., Ltd.. Battle Creek, Mich. oy. and lulando Sanchez lo the ef fect that the Tijeras village did pot contain I Hl inhabitant and the li cense Was refused. An appropriation of not iiure than 129". was ordered to be used In work ing and improving (he public road knonn as the Williams street road, and he work was ordered done under the supervision of F. J. Wilson. Warrants In cover the regular cur rent accounts were ordered drawn, and the reports of the county treas urer for lh,. months of September and iietoher were ordered entered of rec ord. This business huvliig been complet ed the matter of the survey of the county was taken up. A i omniiinii a tlon from ('nutty Surveyor Kle. to the effect that J. U Zimmerman had suspended operations on the survey of the county, except platting and could not possibly finish the work by Lie eeinber 3i. a provided bv the con tract. Mr. figle advised that the surety of Mr. Zimmerman be notified of his de fault. This letter was Immediately spread upon the minutes of the meet ing. . The following communication from Mr. Zimmerman was then read to the board. IVtlcr I 'mm J. I.. Zimmerman. K. l-as Vegas, N. M Nov. 2S, 1911. Hon. Alfred (irunii lil. Chairman of the Hoard of County Commission ers of Jlernaltlln county, Albmiuer oue, N. M. lear Sir: I Leg to report that on August 1, 1HII, I was obliged to sus pend the work, temporarily, of sur veying the county of Her nalillo a provided for under the terms of the contrail between your honorable board of county connnlsMoiiers and IllJSI'If. At that time I had completed tha field work of the Km (irainle valley, with the exception of c small portion of the llanclios de Atrmto, and of the town of Atrmeo on th west side of the river. The w ork of sun eying the subdivisions of these two fractional townships is yet to be performed, to gether with the tie lines lliereor.. 1 have procured from the I'nit'sl Stales surveyor general copies of all government surveys anil plots to gether with ihe field notes of all lands held in private ownernhip. including grants an.) small holding claims on all laliils within the county, evi ept those within the lllo Grande valley, -according to the terms of the contract bp. tweeti your honorable board and my self . The xi'iiii! holding iaims at Chil li! are Hot vet surveyed. The, general county map will be ii h i ,. utter all the detail of the In terior lines have been arrived at. About three-fourths of the Held work has been coinpletid together with the detail plats of the valley latiil.i To toiuplete the whole work as pro vided in my contract will require at least thre,. months more time, pro vided the weather be good, and If it I-" had :. correspondingly increased time. I was compelled to suspend this work on aciouiit of the exhaustion o, n.y funds. I had expended, up to that time. 1 1, von. no on this work. I had iuiv pleted al rangementa for the disposal of tertaln of my property lor the purpose of raising sufficient funds to dnrrai mv expenses In completing the survev. The party to whom I had ar ranged t. sell this property has ialled lo fulfill the terme of the contract, and i oiiseiiiently. I have been with out tun. is with which to prmecute this w ork I h id hopes to remedy the delauM of the party who contracted with me t,. purchase this property, by selling il to someone e!se or by making other, arrangements, but notwithstanding my must diligent efforts. I have not been nbl,, in accomplish the desired results. There has been almost a complete cessation of movement oi lan.lr In this psrt of the territory within 1 tie past few months. 1 hav,. I. It no stone unturned in my , ffor's tj provl !c ways and means I qJ y X X X X X X X X X X y I X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X z X X X y X X X x we Here is first aid to the Gift Seeker. Our Jewelry De partment is now in complete read- mess witn Hun dreds of beautiful Christmas sug gestions among which you will find something for everyone. Gifts-de-luxe, costing the giver anywhere from a nominal sum up. Dainty little remembrances as well as the more extravagant kind will be found in profusion and we cordially invite you to come and inspect these offerings as well as make your reservations early in or der to avoid the rush which is sure to come later. of? l,?m':xy Vg1ai. n Wt.i-.-aiiiia-iL V V 1 'jc -t 1 V: 2 3 . in Jewelry Department Main Floor in charge of Mr. 1. 8. Morris A Professional Jeweler y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y V t y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y 4 wherebv I might fulfill my commit y Iieceinbt r I. As stated heretofore 1 have alrci.lv invested I j. v on of my own funds in prosecuting this work. In view oi the fact that I have ex pended so in m il of my ow n money and directed all my efforts towards this work for a considerable period ol lime without any return or Income during Ihe mid time, I lespea tfully beg of you to consider the proposition as to whether it is not possible for vou to make me an advance, of thirty-three and one-third percent of the amount of compensation due me un der the terms i.t the contract. This leaves you with a wide margin of safety and w ill enable me to prose cute and complete the contract with out any further delay occasioned by my embarrassment In the matter of providing funds necessary to complete the work. I respect full- submit that such a procedure would he eminently Just and proper and Is the one almost In- varlaniy followed In connection with contrails of this nature. The disposition of Ihls money could be, by you, surrounded with such safe-guards, that you may be as sured of its application and ur in the completion of the work specified In mv contract. Furthermore. sueh an advance would be fully protected by the bond which 1 have filed conditioned upon th,. faithful performance of the terms of the contract. t am extremely anxious to complete this work I'nder these circumstances I am compelled to usk the kind imlulgeme of vourself and vour honorable lumrd In the premise and In addition to the advance of compensation pray that I be granted additional lime, to March 1. If U'. to complete the work. I sinceri lv trust that vou can con sistently grant these rc'iuesls and save myself and surely a very serious loss, while at the same time Instiling an early tompotion of the work. At the same time, I am exceedingly anxious to make goifil on my contrail, and by a i oiopletion of "the w ork and the clmr.ict.r thereof retain your val ued tespei-t and good will and that ( ' the citizens of Bernalillo conn; w horn von reprrsent. With gnat respect I await your i.eiunariils in the matter. Yours erv respecWully, JiHI.V 1.. ZIMMKKM AN. C. K. Hcsoliiiion. ilopted by Hoaril. CorniiiisHiofier Springer then offer ed the f.. 11, .wing resolution which was se. ended b Commissioner Armijo. and adopted her.-..s it appears bv a commu nuatlun fn.iii A. I , Ogle as county survi'Voi of i)i tounty of ller.iallilo, dated N..veMlb,r -'i. I ! 1 1 . that John I. Zimmerman, who was awarded the contrail f.,r the survey and plaiting of all lands held in private ownership in Ihe county of Mernallllo. New Mex iic, and which "ld contract was en tered Into by said Zimmerman mill the board of comity coinml.si ioiiers of the county of Hcrnallllo on the i::!rd day oi November, A. I)., I!i0, has practically suspended ihe work re ijliirid by said contract and agreed to be performed by said Zimmerman, and Whereas, it appears that said Zim merman will b,. unable to fulfill, complete and perform the said con tract by the 31st day of liecciiiber A. I)., mi; and Whereas, it further appears that said Zimmerman gave a surety bond signed by the t'nlted Slates Kideluv and Guaranty company, whose home office is In Baltimore, Md said bond being In the penalty of JH.Oiui: now Therefore, be It resolved by the board of county rnnimissionera of the county oi Bernalillo in special session assembled, that the said surety, to wit, the I'niled States Fi delity and flunranty company, he no tified at once In writing of the de fault of the said John 1. Zimmerman in keeping, fulfilling and performing thP terms, convenants and conditions of the said contrail, ami be it fur ther Resolved, that the principal fact set forth In the statement of A. U, ogle, county surveyor of the county of Bernalillo, and filed with this board the 2nd day of liecember, A. P.. 1811. be certified with the pro ceedings herein. The board adjourned subject to the call of the chairman. aMimd murder of Colonel Thomas micstlonim,- of Mrs. 3. K. Itaumann H. Swope. lagged today, owing to the on the entries thereupon. No new entire session being Kiv n over to the feature of any importance was dcvel- reading of nurses' charts and the oped. The Peevish Child Needs a Laxative STUDENTS DANCE AT ODD FELLOWS HALL An enthusiastic crowd of High school students re-inforeed by a large delegation of students from the Var sity enjoyed a delightful dame last night at the Odd Fellows hall. The dance was given In honor oi the close of the football season at the High school and the university, and the gridiron heroes of both institutions were on hand t take part In the gen eral good time. Professor and Mrs. Milne were the official chaperons, enjoying them selves as much as the younger mem bers of the crowd. Punch was served and the hours slipped iniii kly away to the tuneful strains of the music. Truii-port Hiiffalo Sails mi INih. Washington. Dei. The navy transport Hul.alo will leave San Fran cisco about December IS. laden with men and storer for the Asiatic fleet, now looking after the Interests of Americans in China. It was also snld the supply ship il l.-r. would s-ull fr Honolulu from Sill Francisco nbout December 15, with provisions for the Pacific fleet now engaged In joint maneuvers with tile troops stationed there. -;- , lr. U tile's ( a' Drags. Kanms C'ltv, Mo., Dee. 2. Interest in the trial of Dr. P.. C. Hyde lor the It Is natural for n child to lniii.ii and play and when it sulk.1 drowsily or cries you may depend on it some thing physical is the matter. If you see no evident-en of a serious ailment you vvill not be wrong If yon quietly give it a dose of mild laxative that evening on putting it to .bed. The remedy most generally recom mended for thla purpose is Dr. Cald well's Syrup Pepsin, which1 mothers throughout the country have been giving their children for a quarter of a century. Today thousands of fam ilies are usin it where hunilnifu used it then, and there must he good reason for this word of mouth recom mendation. It Is admittedly the perfect laxa tive for children, women, old people and all others who need a gentle bowel stimulant and not a violent salt, cathartic pill or doctored watir. Dr. Caldwell's Svrup PepMii vvill net gently, and when taken before retir ing will bring complete satisfaction In the morning. After a short use of this remedy all I onus of outside aid can be dispensed with and nature vvill at?ain act alone. All classes of good American peo ple keep it in the house for Ills of the stomach, liver and . bowels, and amoi ir the thoti-nnds who have writ ten the doctor that they will never be without it are Clara Wilhite, Sul phur Springs.' Texas, and Robert Anderson. 10il7 w. 3lst St., Austin, Texas. A dose of it has saved -many a person from a serimi.-i illness. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it In the regular way of a druggist, at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family sia ) can have a sample bot tle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. V. V.. Cald vvill, 4 or. Washington St., Montieel lo, III. Y'uir name and address on a postal card will do. svt riHf o rut ir.nr vi rinf .sb rutiG.rr Phone 242 'xursn w until us i-it.ii 1 & out tutor ma FOR Motors and Electrical Supplies Why Do We Advertise Them ? HF,C.l'sF They are coveted by the broadest guarantees. ItrX'AlM' We have faith in the goods. 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