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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1911.
Morning Journal (Of Artel JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO. D afaOPHKRRtXt J A MRS L KUAi K .... t DANA JOHNSON , PrMOfeat .Mauflsg Editor K41lar W cotena Hrprt-wfiUtlTa, V. J. AMiKlCSOX, Marquette Ilailding, Cldcafo, BL rtrrn Ticprf-vntaUfe, HAU'll iL Ml UJi., a iark Ko, Sew York. ""'.tf4 " .,t'wl.1 M"ln,lL 1SJ etf fii .1 A it, us ir.j u. N. aL. saoa ant at iuiim ot Mrca a. "" . Tim mormmi join'. i thw ikaoinu mk ft nm fr-arm or kw AI L THK tik. am thk etii"'h OK Til K AM I 111 H A fAHTI HUM THKI AftK KK.IIT lTm rtrrwlallea Ma aar mthmr pmpm la hew M.itrw. Tke wl ee ta Mlra Umur4 ttwj 4f la Um w. Tf BMlTor K B NirTtUN. rxtlr t mail. tBMilk ..... Dlly. b wrier. oJWoiu.ta , "Tke Mrl( Journal kaa a klihee ele entaitua rutrna aw). Our aopee la " MeiW lb Aaerl emm Kew.papOT IMreetwrr. Ai.ni m taut f MKXH'O ' .VOW Tt) M KT. itx!. Alliunufr'iue haa made a rather creditable record duriiiK the punt ten yen ra, Her (.opulntlon haa practical ly doubled; ahe haa ae.ured many Important Industrie, aha tui built nindern bualiiena block and hand aome home, bus beautified litrmlf tuitll tha city Id one of the most at tractive In the west and hit nMtimed a long lend over all competitor a th chief bUHlnc center of the southwest. Where one eastirn uinn fiva yaar aro could locale Albuquer que on the mnp nnd tell whether it wtta in the I'lilted Htale or I'erti, now there lire a hundred; the city Lm been wonderfully ndverllKed and there I probably no other city of th Mune ,lie In the country in widely , known to the general public. All this ha been accompllrilied Uli diI what haa been considered by many an Insuperable obstacle to per manent development the fact that New Mexico ha been a territory. Many cltlxeti who otherwise would have. Joined this city' efficient town building orttunlxatlon have held buck because they thought without stnte hood It wiin't worth while. .All of u have believed that with statehood a fact Ainuguerqiio'a opportunity for growth would bo vuslly greater, and w have not hesitated to boast of what thn city would be come under a alnte uovernnuott. Having secured statehood, It la now time to make good on All)Uitierqtie. With such a record of arcornpllrih nirnt In the territory. In the Mute of New Mexico tha limit I taken off and nothing bound the poHnblu dev elopment of thin city save thn limit of the energy and enterprise and loy ally of her cltlaena. In the Commercial club Albuquer que now haa an organisation which hn become known all over the wet for its efficiency and Its determin ation, it miltdarlly and Hi way of getting result. What the Commer cial club ha done however I merely an earnest of what It can do nnd may do and will do. The fiiHK nnd fury of the political campaign are over, the people, have settled down to business anil there Is nothing longer In the way of a steady, Well oiKanlxed, nggrt'Hlv Irresistible campaign for (Ircater Albuquerque, New Mexico 1 bound to go ahead; her development w ill lie phenomenal, her wealth tremendous, her growth In population and prestige tinparnlelled; and Albuquerque muat lead II, If wa full to do so, there are other town whkh will be glad to supersede ua, Nor I the growth of the country going lo carry the chief city along with It nnles we get out an( root for Albu-' ouerque, work for Albuquerque, boost for Albuquerque every hour of the f day and wheresoever we happen to ! be. Cultivate a whnleann.. .t.n,... t alnmn for your own town and It will make you euthiisliiHtln and optimistic about everything else. There In to be n meeting of the Commercial club tonight. If you are Interested In having Albuquerque make anod, be there. And don't for Ret that it U nop-ihe sole prerogative of the officers and directors of the club to take the initiative, Kvery m.Hi who cue t tlf mcctliii should ! go v lth the purpose of submit! In" his ' f"rt!l H,',, M"1""1 bo grinders up i f own .d.-aa about what Is 1 for the ! "'""''V Verbiage; they ore mere mill- ..., ,. . , " " r ,h' I " ""' mill" run under high pre. lt and tliidiiig out his nelKhhor' jfctire but carry no separators or bolt ideas. It Is die uitgtona or the ! machinery, labeling their brand business men that the i lull wunis I "Hialn Kooda,'' and which contain j ru re is another phase hi (lie sit uation. it.. .. 1 1 i. i ..r n.i ... .i,-,.- m tnitnrul lid- vertlsing. We huve been ndvertlslng speeches, ten. twenty and more Albuquerque'a future a rnt deal thousand words, In a day I hot ini tio w let us get huav and do win,! u.. l,"n,",,: l,lm'- Impulse, weath advertle "ir and uudlence aupidy the topics. It U time to all gel together .nil push. Come out and push tonight and don't wait for the other fellow to start the ball rolling. Another thing dun't gel th Mea, n you n:ipnr n not to be a member of the club, that Its membership Is full 1 h... about half the member, , anouid have. There are plenty of valuable nnd useful citizen who ought lo be working with the organisation Whit u.. it, ,' What we need to do I to pull together. There are a l housed and one thinys Albuquerque ought to have thut .he ha. nol. Khe ought ,0 have many I..,, ... mo.e Industrial establishment: .h- nghl t.t le making use of the resnur- tea at her doors; she ought to be populating this valley with wood wlda . ., awake larniem, hc ought t0 be manu- factuilng l .r rjw niaterliils ut home: the ought to have more good rose;, and ihe ought to huve Innumerable r,iii, u,i.. hi . .i. .. i other things. 8l,e can get them nil If alie Ha after them. TO t;KT THAT KOAO. The Farmlngton nme-llutler hat a new scheme to secure that new railroad which It present a fvllows: The necessity fur a railroad outlet to the south l u generally under stood thut tin argument li needed on the utJfU. The qufitittn it not do we want It, tut how can we get It? We have made many effort", all with like result. Several time we have believed the construction of the road practically assured only to see each time Rome unknown force suddenly Indefinitely postpone the project. Purango, rarmlngton and Albu querque, Individually and collectively huve tried to present the matter to Investor but have fallcj lo Tar to Intercut them. Now Instead of spend- In money on purveys and right of why not make a combined effort icresi mow awe to outiu sucn a .,.., ..l, fort could be made by the people of Ijil'liitit, !'..ir Juan and Munlefima counties. Colorndo.and Han Juan and Bernalillo or McKlnley counties, New Mexico, we believe It could be done. It if not posNibl to Ret 2,500 peo ple in these counties who will put up an average of $100 each for tha con struction of the road? Hu'ii a lum would be ten percent of It cottt and certainly would be attractive to those financially able to do the work. Sin li .1 aunt we believe, could b railed by systematic effort. It seem to u it would very likely aet result. We would be pleuaed to hear an expres sion from the presa In the Interested territory ua to the feasibility of soma such plan. It will be a dramatic acen when the present veneration, become white haired and tottering, ahull trudge down the atreeta of AlbuiUeriUi population 100,000 to buy u paper In the hope of finding out ilia result of the election of 19U. jonn J. AlcMunnra I aald to he a devoted admirer of the "little, simple, kindly deed" of life. That broad and benign bcnevolcnofi which finds ita ex prcNsloli through the dyiiRiulto bomb U a new variety of the nllk of human kindlier. There I renson to believe thst after the arduous expenditure, of rather n large aum of money, the Honorable William H. Andrews, late of Pennsyl vania, ha had delivered at hla door in return, one large gold brick. A I.o Aligelc woman Voter want ed a mirror In the polling booth, and got It. Hut what tf she had wanted curling Iron and a get Jet? Iteally, the ladies muat not be too exacting. These thing coat money. Southern California aaema to pre sent a difficult atmosphere for aviator when we consider that it took Hogers one month to fly from Long Heath to the riicltlc. Lincoln Sterfena call tho McNa miira' "two hcrooa." If thl be the ca, evidently tha country la getting over It proverhnl tendency to hero worship, Iteye being discovered about as frequently and In a many distant lo calities u the late celebrated Hilly Hllle mid Hurt Alvord. The coininlaalon form of govern ment for fltlc I at least worth In vestigating rather carefully. It will 'lake some additional argu ment to convince King Holoinon tnbt hla accpi, r Is cracktid. Dr. K'itt, undurstiind, wua oper ated on, t.ut for candy, but at Kundy, Ce Ion. . WANTEDREAL ORATORY Kdllor Morning Journal: J" 11 oratory of a Oleeron ,,"lt the coup " J'7 J ,h,"re "I""'" " hi Is there a the list of fluent ta kers worlhv of any one of the mantle of a Iteecher, of a 1'hllllpa, of a Clay, of a Web ster? Are there any who might have grown Into a respectable classlilcallon because of fortuitous beginning? May the great body of listeners seal ed about the numerous forums and platforms scattered over the land ex pect never again to hear a new or a liesh thing? This la the declaration and com plaint: ruhllo entertainer and ad vocates who compose their own cf- 1 i' ny conswiuoiii, parasite ami filcin Ii'h of tile wholu unwashed, liuclcunml 'era In. A dor.en even msnv inn. . I iiipi.7 l-nn or IIVIl out. If. till iroill HUCIl inni'.equate preparations ami oer wrought exertions; warped develop, ment on the irt of public speakers, vitiated tastes on the part ot mull nice. Of a truth are the sense of listen. er blunted- to travel long distances r" f"r hour" '' ne o'id of ,., , lno ,;, amt .ron,"w, circular saw! I ww 'l do any good to rcmln 1 m,1,-b" orator f a Maasilllon, and f a hundred other before and after. w,,. ninil,crpl..ce. may never be for. gotten? or of a classic of our own Lincoln' llettyhiirg address, hJ. """ hundred and six- ty-flve words The rulea for effec- tire public speaking have not chang- ed. They re tho aame as when J,,,lan ""de hla remarkable pten for III r1'""" of pother Henjamln; the um a when J'aul made Iti i,i- niou defenso befora Agrlppa; thev govern in a long, unerring hue nrough the Phtlliplc of Demonstho- ' 'hrmigh tha legal advocacies of ( tcero, through the aermon of tha ji.-nalssance Hn, of the Iteformatlon, 'and mil hold true and ood amyng modern 4.t every race; they may b found In the real effort of our own public men who have darad to pre pare and revise. Hut lately had a hord of wasp arisen; they have driven out the bee. Quantity of noise U preferred to quality of prod uct; fthe Jilumlinhmenla . of rhsiou Inoha to the kober ense of posterity. rimall wonder, then. If a wicked and Irate critic may thus write the epi taph to be of a persistent, though popular, public speaker: A wondcrous, warring, wordy knight Beneath the sod at In it doth lie; Ilia tongue on earth wa never atllt, And always fought both wrong and right ' Let worried angel tell ua how Twlxt heaven and hell he explat Hut we. poor mortal, are relieved. Nor scarce one word remember now. Oll.SKKVEK. Average Temperature For Month in New Mexico Lowest Since 1895 Says Weather Bureau Report. (eiM-ral Summary, New Mexico Sec tion, NovihiIkt, 1911. The month of November, 1911, was cold, dry and windy. The uverage temperature for the state wa the low est since 18S.1, when sufficient sta tions were established to afford a J fairly uccurate mean temperature. The lowest temperature recorded ( 2S at ICllr..ibetlitown ) wa alao tha lowest November temfteruture of record, a 19 In 1896 was the lowest previous record. tn four other previous years, however, the precipitation aver aged leu than during Hit! month Just cloned. Tho deficiency In temperature win general over the Mate, with tho ex ception of a small ureii In the Hlo (Irunde vullcy from the Klephnnt liutle dam southward to Hincon, where n irmill excea occurred. The deficiency exceeded 6 degree a duy In rtiintu Fe, northeast Hlo Arriba, northeast Colfax, southwest Mora and western (Irant counties. There were two period of comparatively warm weather, the nth to 10th, nnd 14th to t'.Ul, and the 10th was the warmest ilny of the month, generally. There were also three period of cold weath er; from the evening of the 1st to tho aril, 11th and 12th, and 27th to the close of the month; the 2Xth and 2Ui proving by far the coldest rle.ys ot tha month, with aero temperatures awecpliig well below the central counties. The cold was especially se vere In the higher districts of the Siingre d Crlrto range. The precipitation of the Ntnte wa lig-ht, a a rule, and greatly below the normal, except over the upper Itlo t.rande valley and from the Conti nental divide to the Hnngre de Crlsto range, where a fair excess occurred. A large number of atatlon reported no precipitation, or but a trace, and almost two-third of the atate had less than a quarter of an Inch, while nine-tenth of It had les thun half an Inch, nd the average foi thins entire, state was but 0.2M of an Inch. Three or possibly four storm periods occur red with precipitation, but none wa general, and In most Instances the precipitation that occurred wna con fined to the mountain station nnd to the northeast and north counties. Th lops of the northern range receiv ed a large amount of snow. The sunshine of thn month was large, despite u rather stormy, cold month. There was 77 per cent of the total possible sniounl of sunshine at Koswell, nnd 78 per cent lit Huntii l-'e, and the state, aa a whole, had 111 clear day, 7 partly cloudy and but H cloudy. High wind were numerous, and a gale of great violence, ac companied with much dust nnd sand, swept over the atute on the 11th, do ing ome minor damage. The pre vailing wind direction for tho month wa from the southwest. Tcmn-ratiirc. The mean temperature of the state, determined from the records of 73 stations, having an average tillltudu of about 6,000 feet, wna SH.9 de grees, or S.3 degrees below the nor mnl for the month, Hiid 6.9 degreea below the mean for November, 1910. The highest local monthly mean was 49.9 degree at Carlsbad, nnd the low est 24.4 degrees ut Kllzabcthtown, while the hlgheat recorded tempera ture was 8;l degrees at I'urlshad on the 10th, and the lowest 23 degrees below xcro at Klliabethtown on tho 12th. The greatest local monthly range of temperature wna 8 4 degree nt Ylraylvhi, and the least 49 degree at Truchaa, while the greatest local dally range wa t!2 degrees at Vlraylvla on the 2!rd. The district averages were as follows: No. 7, 37.S degree; No. K, 311,3 degrees; No. 9. 29.4 degree. I'rtK'Iptlatlon, The nverage precipitation for the state, determined from the records of 146 station, wa 0.39 inch, or 0.30 Inch below the normal nnd 0.1S be low the precipitation of November. 1910. The greatest nmnthlv amount wo 4.01 at Anchor Mine, and tha it nst n Die at l& stations, while many more had hut a truce. Tho greatest amount in any 24 hours wua 1.23 Inchei at wlnsor'a ranch. 1'ho iver- iige slum I, ill for tne state was 4.1 Inches. The average number of day with 0.01 Inch or more precipitation was throe. The district averages were n follows: No. 7 (Canadian and northeast), 0 43 inch; No. 8, (I'ccoh and Hlo Grande), 0.68 Inch; No. 9, (western). 0.12 Inch. CM AH LKS K. LINNKV. Section lh rector. i:pulslon trrdoT Mnttlflctl. Constantinople, tec. 11. The Turk ish government ha cancelled the order Ismied on liecemher 10, for the ex pulsion of Italians from Smyrna, as the result of representation on tha port of the Herman government. It decline, however, to withdraw the order expelling Italian cltUen from the territory around the lhirdanellea, the tialllpoli peninsula and other fortified place. Strike In Fnglniul lrovented. Iondon. Deo. 11. Meeting of the Hrltlsh railroad director and repre sentative of tha railroad' workmen' union have resulted In a peaceful settlement, Tha companies granttd a few minor concession, hut complete recognition of the union ha not been obtained. GOLD WINDY NBED npi 1 ' TP 1 The Historic and 1 he uarden or tLden no Country and Its t r I"" liiliaMtaut. Is as rertile as Lver r vrT,.u,o. 1 i lpU rarpMlMlra ! Moraias Jaaraall Manxano. X. M.. Dec. 11. Ex-Gov ernor l H. prin e, in hi address be fore the late republican convention at Las Vegas, stated thut It was an absolute fact that the Harden of lvlen waa located in New Mexico, and that the original apple tree, where live plucked the tempting fruit, was still atandinc in the town of Manxano, 1 have lust visited the ancient apple orchard still standing on the sloping hillside aouth of the old spring, and the diameter of some of the tree is fully that some of the largest cotton woods In the Grande valley. The orchard ) still bearing apple. had a most interesting interview with Temou Tabbett. the local merchant prince at Munzuno. who has been In busineaa In New Mexico tor quarter of a century. Mr. Tabbett la a na tive of Syria, his home city being linmancua, the oldest in the World, and a Mohammedan stronghold. HI an cestor worked In the famotia palm garden given to Cleopatra by Anthony on the plains of Jericho thousand of year ago. Mr. labbett snare Mr. I'rlnce'a opinion alut the Mantano orchard and It will be a source of pleasure to the distinguished scholar. ex-governor and ex-chlef Juntlce to be bucked up in his opinion by this eminent educated Arabian now living within a atone s throw of the orchard. The glamour of the past I everything In Manxano. Without that charm it would not have half of It fume de spite ita beautiful location. A veil of romance hang over the historic land scupc; every stone and every half ruined wull Is a monument. The ruins of i,u Cuara, a two-story rock church with walls six feet thick are r.till standing within three mile of the town. Thl ruin 1 fully three centuries old. There were eleven I'ueblo village seen by the explor er Chnmuscnila, na early ns 1580, in this district. They were peopled by the Plroa Indiana, a branch of the Titnoa family; with two dlviHloiiB, one occupying the Hio Grande valley from San Marclal to Alamlllo; tho other known aa the Hullnero. occupied the desert lurid on the north end of the Jornada del Muerto, nnd the tout bllla of tho Munzuno. The Oran Quivlra ruin are a relic of the lat ter branch ns well ns those at Ln Cuara and elsewhere. A mission wa started here as curly aa 1(26. The preaent Catholic church, which, of course, wa built at a much later ilute, is in good repair and tho par sonage, now occupied by Uev Joseph Gauthler Is the finest building In tha town. Manxano haa always been the reddent home of the clergy In this parish, which used to Include all the old towns here, Tujique, Torreon, Tunta del Agua, Chillll, and all the old towns aloii" tho Gallinaa, Capi tal! and White mountains us fur as the old town of Lincoln. Antonio Lniny, nephew of the venerable Archbishop La my, was the resident priest here' in the early seventies. When a young man he went to the One IVrfect Woman. At n meeting of the Fortnightly club, when, following a generml rule, a symposium was held on a simulant topic, u paper upon .."The . Perfect Woman," had been read. There was cpen discussion and the widest rango ol opinion hud been expressed. The last word had been said, It would seem, when u little woman of retiring manner arose. "Ladles," he suld, "there seems to be little to add to your conclusion. Yet many of you are of one opinion and many of the opposite. There are other who do not believe that 'tho perfect woman' ever existed. 1 wish to settle every doubt In tha minds of ul of you, for 1 know who 'the perfect woman' Is or, rather, was. "She was my husband's first wife." Chicago Tost, lliipponill In ItoMon. Hanoi Wise, when he visited Boston for the first time, was undecided ut what hotel to atop. A he wandered up Summer idrect from the South Sta tion he determined to Inquire for u good hotel, go ho accouled a fine appearing man who wua coming to ward him, confident thut from mien " cillr.cn he would he sure to get tho ; very best advlc aa to his choice or a stopping placo. What would be a good place to . stop nt?'' he Inquired of the stranger. "Just before you reach the at," waa the discouraging reply. Coamopoll- ; ton. i, III Caution. Mr. White 1 understand. Smathers. tint your church la about to go Into court to sue certain delinquent wor- Bhlners for new rent. r.niddcr Smathcrs Ynssah; Ony I doesn't call folk dat won't pay de Luwd dler honest 'debtednesa wuh- Rhippuhs. Mr. White What do you call them? Hruddcr Smathers Ne'm mind. nh. Nc'm mind what I call 'em. I culled one of "em whin I called him ill mawtiln', an' he kicked me In de he,i wid a rock! National Monthly. All the Same In the F.nd. Mrs. Malado (Weakly) I wish to : explain to you again about willing tnv properly. Knmlly Solicitor There, there: don't worrv yourself. Leave it to me. Mr Malnde (resignedly) I supoae I might a well. You'll get it anyway. The Sketch. 1'mbarrasslng. f'nt, thinking to enliven the party, stated, with watch In hand: "I'll prestnt a box of ennv to the loldy that makes the homeliest face within tho in xt three minutes." The time expiring, rat announced: "Ah. Mrs. McOuIre, vou get the prize." Hut." protested Mrs. McC.uire, "go 'way wid ye! I wasn't playln' at all." Uidies' Homo Journal. Woman's Limitation. "A woman can he just n self-reliant and Independent n a man," said Mr. Meekton'a wife defiantly. "Mebbe she can. Henrietta: incline she can. I!ut not while she wears dresf e thnt hook up the back."- Washington Star. Viitamctl. 'What makes you so sure that wn a wild turkey?" "The way It acted when T wa try ing to carvo It." Washington Star. to cvnrc a colo iv oxe day Take LAXATIVK UMOMO Quinine Tablet, liruggiata refund money if It fall to cura. E. W. OKOVE S rig nature I on each box. i&c. In Lighter Veint old town of Lincoln to hear the con fession of a trlmnal who was to be hanged. It a.fected hi nerves so seriously that he died on hig return to Manxano. Another claim to fame by Manznno is thP fact that it U the home oi Dr. Christian J. Amble, republican treasurer-elect of Torrance county, elect ed by a majority of 380 votes over his democratic opponent, Angua McGilll'- vray. the well known sheep ir. Amine 's a nniive or me ijtnu or the Midnight Sun, his home town be ing Hdde, a. seaport town on the Hardangerflord, Norway. This place ia an old stamping ground of the Norse vikings, where "Holla, the con queror of Normandy, lived. There is nothing humiliating in his defeat when MeOillivray reflects that hi ad versary came from a spot near the North Cape whence sailed a thousand year ugo the dauntless warrior oi the north who for 200 years ravaged Kngland. Hcotland, France and Ire-- ianu ami crossed tne Atlantic hun dreds of year before Columbu sail ed from Spain. Mr. MoGllllvray is an old timer and highly popular, hut had Teddy Roosevelt run against Am ble he would have been licked in thl county. Dr. Amble has a large prac tice along- the foothills of the Man xanos, and it was the solid mountain vote from the people among whom he practiced which gave him hi large majority. It ia claimed that on election duy he drove around visiting his patient as usual and hardly usa ed anyone to vote for him. Dr. y.m ble and wife will soon tuke up their residence at the county seat at Fs tancla. The doctor, although of a Foafnrlng race, owna no ships. He does, however, possess a Iluick Moun tain Climber double, chain automobile ln which during u threo hour fifty mile drive the writer enjoyed the aighta Oi the Estancla valley. We visited one farm In the Mnn suino draw where two farmers have 300 tons of fine upland gramma hay. CVimlng oack we stopped nt the well kept farm of H. 13. Chapman, where we bought 8.000 pounds of pinto beans. Mr. Chapman la a successful dry fnrmer located five milts from Manznno. His barns were filled with corn and outside were stacked large quantities of kafflr corn und cane. He also had two carloads of sugar beet, fully matured, without Irriga tion. From actual analysis one of the samples went eighteen per cent Bac chnrlne and eighty-seven per cent pure. Hugur beeta raised In Califor nia do not average much over thir teen per cent It would seem that the tipper Munzann country is the natur al habitat of the sugar beot; in fact It takes a mountain valley to pro duce the best variety. , Those raised on the I.h Cuevo ranch a few years ago went as high as 22 per cent ar charlno and 90 per cent pure. La Cuevo is near Watrous in the Mora valley with altitude and conditions about the gam aa ln the Kstantin valley. With the States 22 to 22 (San Bernardino Index.) Tho news that New Mexico ha elected ono republican and one demo crutlc congressman gives capeclal Im portance to the Arizona election to be held eurly next month for a reason that few persons have considered. In the event of a third candidate running next year, with enough votes in the electoral college to prevent either of the old parties getting a ma jority, the presidential election would be thrown Into the house, and with Arizona sending a democratic delega tion to congress It might be Impossi ble for any candidate to obtain a ma jority a situation that would give rise to Interesting complications. It will be recalled that the consti tution provide that 11 no candidate receives a majority of electoral votes, then the house shall proceed to choose by ballot the president from the three candidates having the larg est number of votes. Hut "the votes shall be taken by states," and n ma jority of states Is necessary to elect. As the electoral votes are counted on the second Wednesday In Febru ary of the year following" the general election, the present congress would be culled on to choose the president Hiiouiu no canuiouie receive a nni- ijoiity in the electoral oolleae And it ia to be borne in mind that twice this contingently has arisen, the first time with Jefferson, the aucond with John Adam, Now an unusual division exists ln the house. While the democrats are In a majority of sixty-eight, they con- troi vno delegation or a minority of latate. At prerent forty-six state are (represented. The delegations of three Maine, Nebraska and Rhode '"""J6,6" (llvl,c ed J ot tne I remaining forty-t hree the democrat .... ,v ...... .1, un-mj-iiiH,, before f'ebruary, l3, it mav be ex- pectea tlwt botli New Mexico and Arizona will huve been admitted to the union. The New Mexico and Arizona delegation 1 evenly divided. If Ari zona next month should prove demo cratic, as ex.iected, the house would stand by stntcs 22 to 22. From such a situation the alterna te es would be a deadlock, or a com bination of pro-greaslve or reaction. nrios without regard to party line. In that event, the progressives, being n the majority, would stand the bet ter cniince. If there should be no election be fore March 4 the vice-president-elect would become president. The chance would be that the same conditions thut would prevent the election of a lent GRAND CRUISt TO THE ORIENT By tb 8Mt palatial eralalBt steamer .float tt "VICTORIA IDISr (19.800 Tool) all In from New Tri JANUARY 13, 19U on a T Day Crnls n MAIIKMIA. I'AI, II,. HIKDI I I Hit A.KN atl Ibe UltlKM, Omt .TJH ami itiard. Th "VICroHU Ll'IStC" l KUliil wllti rv, ndrrn Sratare. (irnrtdlni mrf luiLiirr ami comfort ua lou er'ilae. . th Vbn to TTpjf h.ditl, .u( Anir. Areu4 14 HorlJ, ilaly ti i,wt sil tat Illn.'""M Rnr-kivi. HAMBURG -AMERICAN LINE. f02 Olive St., ft. Ixiul. Mo. Or PAIL TEVTSCU. Local Ajoat. president by the electoral college would prevent t:ie election of 4 ict--president. In that event the hoii-e would devolve noon the senate. There axan. complications might ri. A niiilnrit V tt fh. n-h.tlu num. tier i.f ain:. t..ra Ui.iil.l .itui-t M ml n hild the reputdh an have a majority of ten. the progressives hold the ha la nee ol power. So a coalition in the sen ate mishi be n.msible, with the ad vantage with the progressives. These are among the contingencies that add to the interest of the ap- proaching presidential campaign. Wire ami Nails Ifc-arrr. New York, Dec. 11. Wire and nail product prices have been advanced one dollar a ton by the American Steel and Wire company, a subsidiary of the l'ni,,'(1 p,a,os Su1 corporation, j She Hcd Consumption Was Dying; How Well Kckiiuin's Aloriitiie Is being hmM wrltti .lleees- til the tsclttiient of TuliercUlesis. Persons who liuve tnkeu ii huproveil. Iinliieil weight, e!i:titstlaie night su'ems Mopped, fever iliiiiiiiisheii, and lu&ny re covered. If yon ure intereMed to know I with some uiere about it. we will pat vou In toueb me laov well. uu eun I Investigate ami jwice f Mrs. (bivert s ri eaven : for yijni'setf. ltenil of l.l' 111 Hi. I na. lieiitlcinen: Thinkhii! tli.'it ceiliaos a short history of the reaeirkalde cure ef my nmtlier In-laiy- (Mrs. Anna (luvert) laiulil lieuedt some otlier Mirterem, I lierehj rive the followlnz testimonial: About September 10, 1!H. l,e uus taken siek with Cutarrhul Pneumonia, and eouthciitlly grew worse, requiring a trained muse. Xllilit sweat were so bail that it was necessary lo chance her clothing onee or twice every iilulit; her cough Inert used unit got so bud that everybody expected Hint she would not live iinieh loa;oi. The trained muse (Miss Anna Trinein in termed me that she had TulH-reulosls dial nutlihiK couhl lie done for her. In ,tnmi ry, when licv. Win. Peru, of St. Mich nel's Church, ut Sdereville. Intl.. pi-ei aretl for her death, ho recainmeiided that 1 itet so'me lCekmnn's Alterative, nnd see If it would not give her some relief. 1 flieu requested the nteiallug physleiau to jflfe his dliicuos-is nnd he Informed me that she had CiMisiiinptlon nnd was beyond nil medical nld. When I sskeil If he thoughl that It was uelc to try Hie Alterative, lie replied thut 'No physielan could help her any and I could suit myself nhoul It.' So I liuiaedlntelv h'ul Rev. Win. Hern to send for a bottle. 1'iaetlcallv without hope for recovery. 1 Insisted that she try the Alterative, which, she did. At thl end of the tlrst week's trcntii'cut. she got n had that she refused to take nnv mow of It. but the doctor advised, her to keep nn taking It. ns It was the out v thliiu that might help her. 1 nm glnd to ,i; now that Nhe kept oil ft ml soon hegiiu te Improve. Now, sh works as hind ns ever, weighs twenty pound heavier thnn she ever did before she took sick, and Is In good health. She frankly savs she owe her life und health to' lOekuiiin's Alterative, We keep it on Imnd ut all times nod recommend It lik-'ilv. "(Signed Allidnvltl JOS (ilti.MMErt." fVkuinn'n Alterative Is effective In Hron drills. Asthma, llav lever: Tin-out anil Lung Troubles, and la upbuilding tho system, lines not contain ttel-auis, opiates or linblt-formlng ilruus. Ask for booklet of cured eases nnd write to F.ekman Laboratory, liiilnilehdiln, Pa., for more evl (ience. For sale bv nil Io.-ii11iik ih uxgists mnl Highland Pharmacy and Alvarade Pharmacy In Albuquerque. Christmas Box Stationery The Famaus Crane Line. Christmas Calendars. Conklin and Waterman Fountain Pens. Gift Books. Juvenile Books. ',.... i O. A. MATSON & COMPANY Oat Of The t1 '--11 Pocket Rubber Stamps, each 25c. Engraved Cards and Plate, per hundred, $1.65. 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