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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. THURSDAY.DECEMBER 23. 1911.
two Great Idmball Display A lure .Moment "f he Famous MMIIM I. pivno una Flayers have arrived at our mart. Call and inspect the Piano with a WOKI.Il UIHi: lIiriTTA TIOV. The KIMIlXI.Ii graces ?.".. (two Amcrii.m homes and Is en dorsed ty the artists of the world. our prlrrs and terms are Interesting, JOHIiLlSHBCO HftisMits to Tin: viHTM misw company. X ' Auttyi mux i; . m. 10 WELCOME NEW YEAR LAVISHLY INHEWYOHK Fifty Thousand Persons Celebrate Coming of 1912 in Hotels and Restaurants at Cost of Million, wi lal rrmHintti'nr In Mornlm .lnurn.il New Yoik. Drr, 24. 'Die new year nf 1IH2 will be u.-diirnl In In this rty by u i-ch (nation tui'li us id observed nowhere else tu the world, mid one whli It will lnuki- the In rnous feasts of l.unillun srem Insignificant In rum parlsttn. For luiiliy yen's ilm pnt'sinst pf the old year bus lit'iii tlm rlly's greatest night of celebration. 'Iliia your, however, two factors combine to give It added Importance. Mncn the festival falls on Sunday It wilt lui Impossible to secure liquid refresh ments except n lintel und restaur ants as a part (if tin' dinner. For 1 !' unit) reason there will ho n (ill night lliiiur licenses Issued. Am a result tlu ivlcbrulion w ill Im confined to the city's great )iuitiiri'N und guests will le forced to order tlu- nlghl's supply tif champagne curly. For two weeks every table In every popular resort In th lobster tt! t hiii been reserved for the Inovltablo 'supper'' ut prices ranging from $10 to ISO apiece und Unit tukes no iirroiint of the triiiny dollars that will be spent In oth'T way after the Riime Im on, It Im es timated that 60,000 people will jar- take of tlin fount In tlmt glided tn ll tif ItioHdwny. lirnldid Whlrh ull tlit ri st of tln world (o i'iim lumi' mid nn InlcriiHtlnK n Niw YiiirK Kv. ICnotiKh food will liu mien or wnnlid to ri (1 an .army for a w tx.k, mid thi ii'liampngne vooiiBiniifi would flout ti bnltlfulilp. The Mctinn In wlilcli tli ii'li'hidllon will lie mimt ulrcniiotm - tinda from Twi'idy-thlrd iri-ft to Ji'tirty-mlKhth utri'i'l nnd ipui Iiim Iturll nix at I.nnxaiT Hnuioif into whlrh llroudwny, Hoventh mvpiuui, Forty o'Coml Klrpid and Forty-fourth atrort junir an iirmy of rcvoli'm and Hluht aeon. Arimnd lhc aiiunre uro riinui-d th fiimoua riwiiinniiiln nnd lioti'ln whiirw tho fun will 1 morn tiiroiirl oiia. Ho Kit al tun Iiitii din ili'innnd for plai'p that the mimi'lty of the ri-KUhir dlnliiK ruoiiiN and i h f , m w n rxi'et'di'd long iimi, uml ult hoiIm of mnki'Hhlt't arrain?i'iniMita huvi lu-on nind( to ai'iommoiliilp Itm ovi-rlloiv In linll rooms und pntlnm. 0 " That tho sTeiit Ainorlrnn hrn niny Boon bo railed upon to net tin her own pPrt arrooiitiint In addition to her duty of prodtit'liur ckkm, Im now IhiIiik Indli'iitid hern lit the minimi pou.try how tlirmiKh onu of llio alruiiKi-ht ili'Vlrig in lhn history of i hlrkcmlom In future It will not be mn'firli nl fur Mrs. Hiii to In V lhn riu;, for til new rri ordiiiif ili' Ii e will iiIhh nuiko It niH cBwirv for In r to nivn v t It t 'ii testimony to tlm fffert Hint aim tun dona an by inran of rrayona of vnrl oui iiilurii and ri'ioiillnii hliiHia oi' pupcr which will bo fin iil.ihod brr. The tifiv riH'onllnn di'vlie by wlibh thw eKK-tHylnff iii tlvttliH, of nny lion run bt di'tcrmlni'd roiiKls-tn of nHinnll ntril Hour nfr.ilr whlrh Ih iittm -hod to on of ln-r IrgM, on tlii did of whlrh H fiiHti'iird a pli'-rp of rolorrd rniyon, When alii- rnlri'M tho aprrliilly loilll DihI hIic lorka litTMidf In, nl lhi hiiiiio tliiio lowrllm: II bur Hint lutrr oil tnakf an iirrountnnl of hrr. Aflrr thr rut; Im anfrly ill po-lti'il, to rri;nin ln-r friTdom hIii' tniiKt Mloop to iji-l liiiilir tile bnr, nnd In ilulim ho nlir iimki'ii a murk with (In- rrnvon nl tilrtird to hi-r bit on a plorc of pupi l' that Is pliinil on 1 ho floor of tho rn tlillu p to tlu lirnt, tllHH trclsti linn the fart that thr In n It !i the ml, Mu or urcon rrayon, mm tho rio may bo, lias bild tho i-kk. Uliil,- thr .I,. vin in no) llki ly lo ndior t H nisi of tho moriilu;; no nl. It will umloobl citly wol k II hlllil.-lllp to til. iv.' fowls whirh do not Um up to their recpon Flbilltlr an vtiK produrrl H. Tlm modern Mvslrm of edit, atlonas BREAK UP THAT COLD Week's rircnti-iip-a-Cnl.l Tn! l.-.s nrt HUlik to fclvv relief. Vuu ,1 a,'t l.uvi to keep biking tin in and icLing tin :a Tilt' euro in iilTiitel 1M-i-.!dy. Tlu y rt elan o!alc-i o.it, .1, jsting tuldcla wb;'li cot:la:n i.i u.i-'-li rcir -i!e lo i!,i,.( ivii-.e. (initio, T'fO'MI't, l'fflien, lill.l I. olinm e,, ill In Irratiuetit of uld,4, Ihi','h1,i am! La Cr.ppr. :u. al All Albuinierf)Ui Iiruggli!, Ask Your Avar's Hair Vieor Js romposd of ' 'i J 11 ' Show this to your doctor. Ask him If there It a single injurious Ingredient. Ask hlra Ii he thinks Ayer't Hair Vltfor, u made from these Ingredients, Is the best preparation you could ute for falling lulr, or for dandruff. Does not color the hair. priKtirrd In tho public aehonU of moMt rltlt-M U all wronif In thr opin ion of Mayor William J. (Jiiynor who ilora nwt hfMltMte to point out what. In his opinion, aro It most mrloiiM ilrfntM. In the flrnt plai', acforiliiiK to the man who has kIvti Kplrtctu ii-ni-ttrd arur, children In tho city iK'hools aro inailo to study too hard; an (itti'inpt 1m miido to tnirh a littlo of rvtrythliiK nnd an n result nothlmt ia learned thornm-hly. Allot hT count In bin Ihdii tnieiit UKuinst ho modorn ai-hool ayMli-m is that whin thn chll dri'ii fiiifrKo from It tloy aro tiripro piird nnd unwilling to do tiNiful Work. Thf boya r'fiino to Irntn nnv trado and tho kIiIm turn iii tlnlr noyoM at hoiiHi Work. "Wo ur-i t.ow l.iiiiulnn boH and i;IiIh out of thr romiiMin m IiooIm w ho uro tauy.ht mo mm h mid who think tin y know ao iiiiii h that I hoy dimply won't wi.ik Willi thrlr hand," mijh tho mayor, "I'nlrMM liny ran Ki t a Job wherotliry can sit on a IiIkIi atool at book or I't ti tMH'wrltor, thry aiinply won't try to work.'' Ilia rrmody Im to attempt h f trnrhliiK of lalij'uaisoa and Keti- ial niibjri Is and inoro drill in IiiiIum- tllal Illirs nnd ibiriirMtlr crotioniy. 'ill one point 111m Honor undoubtedly will havo the miunliiiotiH aupport of Iho arhool rtilldrcn Iht'iiiHolvca nnd Hint Im on bin nxMortlon that tbrlr liinkH Hhould bo tiindo llKbter, New York Id anon to have thn llrKt xllk-hatlod pollro aquad In I(m hiftoty llllil IIM 11 remllt tllla pinmieH to Im tl dlnlrult winter fur the rlever lirKKnr.'i, or "pahhamllrrH" a" they lire known, Who have been ftorkliia; to Iho rlty with Iho Ideu of ronplliK thrlr uailnl tlrh reward In the iiiokI cxcltialvc fer tloiiM of the city. Thn new antutil la being oi'uanlrcil )irlnelpally to pro- loot th Flflh nventiti and club iIIm trlrla from thn operations of beganr of eountry-wldn famn who every win ter through thrlr skillful woik re lleyo pedeHtrlniiH In thla illtilrlrta of morp than tiiCO.iiOO, Already on Mirrnatlon baa pprrud immtiK the e li i t "pan handling'1 circle and aurh (elelirllleM lift '.oiiIm the friiHt Throw, er" Hiid "Jimmy the Hone fJnawer" nnd many otlura ciiuiilly well knout) urn prepiirlng t" leave before tho Milk. hatted K(uad really got buHV. VV'lien It doiM New YorkeiM will bo treated to a novel apncttiflii. Ac loi'.llnif to tho tiiHtrurtioliM Inaueil thn innnihera will have to parade the laMhlonaliln illMtrleln clad In fmek ontM and "Ilk bnta In the aflernoon and In full evenliiK ilresa ut IiIkIi'. They will mn Uo no arrenlM. They are expected to aervo only aa u lure fur "panhandlrrM.11 When n pproarhrd for a 'touch1' tiielr ordrra aro to string him nlong until a pollcemiin In uniform Im encountered und lodue fi complaint Jimt aa an ordinary cltleii would. Hume of the Miind wanted to halll ut wearing Nik hnta but when lhn value of aurh headgear us bait for nieiiillriintH wiim pointed out they tin ally yielded. A new l"Ti dlatanee walking record baa just been rhtabllslird by the ar rival here of Cr'.pt. II, M. Sea ton ''Im thereby nmiplrtnl a walking Vi'lp urouiiil the world. I'npt. Sealon b II New York In April. 1 lios. Hinl alner that (lino haa riiveivil ;ti,7oil nilh-M rv cil iivrragr of neafh 1 h'.fty luileM a day thri'iuiliout the entire period, lb Pas accepted cotiveyanee only in cruMKlng the ocratiM und other water hpacrn which it wvn ImtiuHaibk' to trnverae on trot. If Ills rlahcs up' well-foiilidod be piobil.lv mad-' the loiiKi'Ht ooiitluui'UH ,i tilt. 'V ever arcnmi'llchcd l-v a pe.iratr'im. Inrl-id-log the iroi.-liij.: of ccry iif' of the I Mill I II ell i CRD? ; Captain Peri.liins Repot ts That ! Dan.",nr of Bloody lipiisin;; in n Aveited, mppmcs Has net lly Mnralna .limrnil MiM-ilut Inmed Wlr. Washing I on, lei'. i'V.-- -Anxiety I" the war department today was relieved ! by a cablegram from tiovernor ticn irrul ForheM of Hie rhillpplnea, ron- llrmlng the pi'ess reporiM of the aur ri'ss ofojenij.al l'ershl!m's attempt In disarm without bloodshed trouble Mome Moroa who had a-uighl refuse on Mount lajo, The governor grnrr nYtt cablegram read: "John C. Fershlng reports three hundred Moroa am rendered; opposi tion to tllmirniiiment practically end ed. Consider hi management of af fairs masterly." - "I do not bt'llov there is any otli.r medicine so good for whoopln cough as Chamhrrluln'a Cough Horn edy," writes Mrs. Francis Turpin, Junction City, Ore. This remedy Is ali unsurpassed for Colds rr.d croup. For aaln bv all dealer. Doctor '. oirrta, ouiaa. Sodiam rtiisru. lapduun, Saga, Alcohol, Hater, PcHum. n mm PRFCIfJCTflR mmm Judge McFie Decider That "He Has No Jurisdiction to Settle Election Squabble of Union County, (3p4-btl IH.putrh ta thp Mnrnlng Jnarnul. Santa Fe, N. M., Inc. 2V. In the liialtrr of Hie refusal of the elorlion Judges and cleik of the Clayton pre cinct t' sign the certificate i.T the election, which was certified to Juilga Johri It. McFIn for action no progress waa made today. When the ctiMe came up In rham hcra thla morning Judge .Me Flo an nounced that he waa not certain that ha hud jiirlmlh lion In (he premlMes and for personal ri-aaoiia did not cure to take It up. Thla leuvca the matter no nearer a Moliitloti than liefort! and delaya the canviisKliig hoard in making Km re port. It ia believed until aurh time a another JimIki can h aecured to de cide whether or not the election judgia ahull be ordrrrd to rign the certlllcatrH. Jiulgo 1'. J. Roberta, in whose dls trlrt l i.lo,, comity Ih loratrd, has hern ti hi 1 1 1 ii ii i i ii t -.l with, mid it Is be lieved that ho will nt oiire tal atepf to hear tho mutter himself or rmiueat miothi r judgo to art In the preml?e. It Im undrratood thai Juilge Hubert." hesitated to art In Hie mailer because of lhn furl that be was a randldato on the republican ticket although '"Is elrrtlon would nut bo uil'rrted by the deelMlon In the Clayton rsi.lr, regtird IrBM of whlrh way It was derided. CoiiiimoI fur both aldea of tho ran troversy, it la undrrstnod, have ngrerd that Judge UulicilM la the proper loan to deride the. case. Tho failure of Judge MrFle to act thla inoijilng dlHsipalrs the last hope held out that tlm Mtiitrhood procla mation m' be Issued In time to hold tho inauguration on January I. A telephone message waa recrlved brie tonight from Judge Huberts .m nounrlng that ho would reach Santa .'(, t i.rriiw morning. Thia gives ground for the hope that the day will not be aerloiiM. T I Prized Possession of W, E, Holt Object of Great Interest at Recent Meeting in Windy City. r 1 S . i rKf. :' ' , i OnO of the bndi;i'M Issued at Ihe first nireting of Hut Nalloiuil Irriga tion congrrss, in Doming, N. M., in the ye if 1S9.1, a rul of which Is here published, was oxhlhltrd In Albuquer que recrnlly by Willard I'.. Holt o'i Demlng, a delegate to the recent 1911 meeting of tho National Irrigation congress In Chicago Ihe nineteenth annual gathering of the reclamation Isls. Mr. Holt exhibited the badge at Chicago and it aroused the greatest Interest among the thousands of dele gates, a large majority of whom were oblivious of the fact that Doming ts the birthplace of the greatest de velopment organization In the western Culled States. Mr. Hull Is contem plating Installing the badge among the New Mexico archives at Sanla Fe and preserving It to posterity. Dmr.rroHY notut. We have tinlshed our cunvns for the 1912 Issue of the At .Ill'gt'Flt Vt i: CITY D1HI X TOHY and desire to ark all who have charged their resi dence or business address since their names were taken to notify us that we may make the proper correction. Ycry truly, John F. Worloy Directory Co., El V, Central. Try a Journal Want Ad. Results ii mil E RP.1GATI0M CONGRESS BADGE (TDK ' fr s, 1 1. F ! ki . COOK HUSH NERVE HIT IS n i Decides It is Time to Have Vin dication and Brings Suit Against New York Times For $100,000. IWrlnl Crr.onilB to Morning Journal New York, X. Y'. Ur. 24. lr. Frederick A. Cook, the Arctic explor er, has Juat entered suit against the New York Time for libel, asking for 1 100.000 damages. Three causes of action nre named In the complaint. The lirst ia the pub lication on thloher 2-", 1911. of a story with a h-adiru. "Uiot by Danes F.mN lr. Cooks Lecture showered bv Had Kid!." "The New York Times." "aid Mr. Kly Simpson, attorney for lr. Cook, "stilled 'that Cook's meeting was broken up by the audience, that he hud to flee from tho hall by a fide door, and was protected from vio lence only by a strong detachment of police.1 Th f.u ts are that Dr. Cook was cheered by the majority of un audleticn of tll'teen hundred persona, and that Dr. Norman Hansen, who raised nn objection to Ir Conk's ap pearance, wan compelled to leave the hall. Dr.- Cook finished his lecture, whs loudly applauded, and went quiet ly to his hotel. ll wiih not rotten t'ggi il. This Btory, w hich wua sent out from Copenhagen by a correspondent In thn pay of pro-I'eiiry Interests, shows the sort of defamation whlrh the frlrhda of Mr. l'ctiry have been disseminating, chiefly through Hie media of th" .New York Tunes and its affiliated ' papers for thu past two years. i ""Dr. Cook's second cause of action against the New York Times Is based upon tho fulae defamatory alntrmeiit published In the Times on May 21, 1910, under the heading. 'Cook Tries to Steal I'nrson's I.Ifi! Work.' In this story the charge was nnul that when Dr. Cook, ns u member of the Hel Uian expedition (ISH7-1S99) stopped at Tlerru del Kuego, ho mot n mis sionary, Hev. Thomas Hrldges, by name, who hail compiled n Yahgan Indian grammar nnd dictionary. Ac cording to the Times story, Dr. Cook induced Mr. Hridges to lend him tho manuscript, and then attempted to publish thlsi under hla own name. Hy referring to' the title page nnd Intro ductory chapter of tho dictionary, anyone ji'ini ascertain the falseness of this charge. ' Dr. Cook specifically states In hist Introductory chapter that 'Iho credit of collecting nnd making thla'Yithgun grammar and dictionary belongs solely to Mr. Hridges, who devoted 'liidsT of his time during thir-ty-seven irt'ars in recording this ma terial.' Uy work,1 he continues, 'Is limited to A slight re-arrangement of the words, a few additions of notes and .words, and a conversion of the Kills l'hotietlo characters in which thn native words were written Into ordinary English orthography. "The third cuy.se of action is based on the publication of a story on De cember 2-, 1H09, under the heading, 'Having no original OhservotionH, He I'sed Loose's Fakes,' charging that in his report submitted to tho Uni versity of Copenhagen, ho hud used observations given to him by August W. Loose. A comparison of tho affi davit made by Dunklo and Loose ns published December 9, 1909, In the New York Times with tho report which Dr. Cook sent to Copenhagen absolutely disproves that bald and malicious statement. Dr. Cook, when approached by Dunkle and Loose, who offered to sell him faked com putations, absolutely rejected the ne farious offer, The New York Times, who bought the Dunkle and Loose affidavits, , in its efforts to discredit Dr. Cook, specifically charged In Its reports of tlin verdict of tho Vnlverg Ity of Copenhagen that ' a compari son of Dr. Cook's document with the Loose observations established be yond a doubt that Cook has made use of some of thesu.' Other newspapers, not having the unique facilities for comparison which tho New York Times had, accepted the Times' stute rnent and reprinted it. As a matter of fart, the New York Times In its own story, under the date of Derember 22, 1U09, ror.vlrls Itself of deliberately mis-stating facts. In an Interview with Commodore Oustav Holm, a member of the committee which passed on Dr. Cook s reports, the Times quotes Stops a Deep-Sealed Cough in a Horry A Family Supply of Unaqualsd Cough Remedy tor 50o Monoy Re funded If It Falls. Cough medicines, as a, nils, contain a large proportion of plain syrup good In gredient, but one that anyone can make. A pint of granulated sugar, with X pint of warm water, stirred for ii minutes, givel you as gixxi syrup as money can buy. A 60 cent hnUlu of 1'tnex, mixed In a pint bottle with home-made sugar syrup, gives you a full pint of really bette cough svrup than you eould buy read r mixed for tJ.tiO. There's a olear saving of fc.UO. Full directions In package. And money couldn't bny a quicker, bettor remnuy. Takes hold at once, gives almost Instant relief, and usually atop the most obstinate, doop-oa.ud cough In IH hours. It stimulates the appeliid, Is lightly UxiitlTe end has a pleasant taste children take It willingly. Fplendid for hoarseness, asthma, chest pains, and other throat troubles, ahd unnquuled for prompt results In whooping cough. l'inez Is a Mpecial and highly concen trated, eomM)und of Imported Norway 'White Pine extract, and is rich In gnaineol and other natural healing pine elements. Simply mix it aa directed with sugar syrup or strained honor, and It la ready for usn. I'seil In more iioniee In the U. H and Canada than any other cough remedy. l'lnex has of leu been Imitated, but never euoeeKsfully, for nothing else will produce the aame results. The genuine Is guaran t'X'd to give absolute satisfaction or money refunded. Certlticate of jtuaranteo Is wrapped In each tmckagn. our druggist has Vlnei or will get it for you. If not, esod to Ihe Ptaex Co., Fort Wayne, lud. PHEHDMEHAL t V V V ? ? ? V ? V Y ? ? i t 4- t THIS BANK IS ONE OF THE OLDEST AND HAS THE LARGEST BUSINESS OF ANY BANK IN NEW MEXICO WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS f REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE flRST RATIONAL gANK ALBUQUERQUE, N. A., At The Close Of Business, December 5th, 1911 ? ? ? ? ? ? T f t RESOURCES Loans and Discounts . . Bonds, Securities, Etc, Banking House and Furniture, United States Bonds, 340,000.00 Cash and Exchange, 1,109,550.46 X 1 A t t T t f ? ? ? T t . y t t ? ? T V Capital, . Surplus and Profits, . Circulation, .... Deposits, .... Total, r DESIGNA The policy of National Bank is to maintain its well earned Repu tation for Safety and Conservatism 5! A Skin cf Beiat-ty ,a a Joy Forev H T. Felix Oouraud't Oriental " Cream or ISflc'c! Beautiiln RmiiOVM Tup. jtimplm i, nnd skiti itifcitfB, 3 -T ann every DitTincn on beauty, and Ho flen iWiection, If Llab stood I lie tt vt 64 Tenrs, anrj Its bo iiarmlcss we ttftrlt lobenurclt 1b miperly n.Rtte, Accept no counter, ffit oi ilnillni nitine. Dr. L. A. Havrt Mid to a lady of tho. haul ton (a paiivtitit U-V 1 hi f x7 "Ai Tnti ikuiu A IVK ra oa tbimi V X I rnnimiiitnii Jonrnnl' rrrnin' M tti lnst F.m.iil of U 0i ihii) i.i-eiiaiauoiiii.1' K' r iiule by all uyui.tiit9 and I' .incy 3iMM 1). al.jn in the Uulied Suiw, Caunaa nuil aiusi. W.l HDP5.1K3, Prep, 37 Great ims Sttett He hi Captain Holm os saying speciflcnlly: 'Loose's observations were not used In the papers whlrh Dr. Cook, submit ted to tho University.' "Dr. Cook's primary purpose in bringing- suit Is not to procure any large amount of money. Dr. Cook's solo purpose is vindication. All that he demands Is that tho American peo ple bo given tho truth about his case and decide for themselves. It Is In teresting to note that Dr. Cook's claim Is now receiving the endorsement of foreign acientifio bodies and various noted scientists. Among those who have endorsed Dr. Cook's recently published hook are Otto Sverdrup and Professor Lecointe of the Hoyal llel 'glun (ieographlcnl Society. FolloKv ing Dr. Cook's recent appearance be fon' a bonrd of scientists in Ifrussels he received offers to lecture in Ger many for an entire year. It looks as though Kurorie were going to accord fair play to Dr. Cook even before America.'1 ROLLED NAKED BOY IN SNOWBANK; FINED Denver, Dec. 27. Pome one told L. ' L. Chadwlck. a laborer, (hut nnv hnd habits which his six-year-old son might possess, rould be corrected hv rolling the youngster's naked body In the snow. Chadwlck followed this ad- j vice and was fined $100 in the tnu- nletpnl court today. . "I am pleased to recommend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as the best thing I know of and safest reme dy for coughs, colds and bronchial trouble." writes Mra. U B. Arnold of Denver, Colo. -We have used It ro Pentedly and It has never failed to glva reUof." For aale by all dealers. t v 9 Hit a R. ,s. x - ka i i ( Total, LIABILITIES - 4i TED DEPOSITOR Y OF THE j UNITED STATES. j the of ficers and directors of The First j PRELIMINARY STEPSON REPUBLICAN WOOL BILL Washington, Dec. 27. Republican members of the ways and means com mittee will begin work tomorrow on the republican wool bill which is to follow the lines of the tariff board's report. Representative Hill of Con necticut and Dalzell of Pennsylvania, called on President Taft today todls cuss the matter with him. l'pisoopal Hlsiiop Coii'Ki'ratod. Chicago, Dec. 27. Hev. William K. Toll, was today consecrated suffragan bishop of the Kplscopat church In tho diocese of Chicago. This makes htm the third suffragan bishop In tin United States, the others being the suffragan bishop of New Yo'.U and the BUffrngan bishop of Philadelphia. Tlie Finest Beer Ever Brewed Tell "George" to bring youBIatz. Watch for the label-the triangle. It stands for quality. " Always tho samo Good Old Blatz" from Milwaukee Stern. Schlosa & Company Wholmttl ommlmra 1 1 S-1 1 T W. Coapw Amu lllllAimAII. U mm ej n tttw rrr: m I I t ? ? ? ? ? ? t ? ? ? ? t ? ? ? ? Y ? y ? ? ? y ? ? ? ? t f V ? X ? ? ? ? ? ? t ? ? t y ? ? y y ? ? T ? ? ? ? 4- X t r $1,811,474.07 36,042.61 42,000.00 1,449,550.46 $3,339,067.14 $ 200,000.00 .51,432.20 200,000.00 2,887,634.94 $3,339,067.14 WHAT A LOAD OF BP.EAD it takes daily to supply our army of customers. And the army Is grow ing larger nnd hungrier for our bread right along. If you ask us the reason we must refer you to the people who can eat the bread. Probably a better way yet would be for you to try the bread and enjoy learning the reason by actual experience. PIONEEPTBAKERY 207 South First Street INCORPORATE YOUR BUSINESS C. F. Kanen's New Mexico Corpora tlon Laws, Rules and Forms, compli ed to date. . A useful guide for corporation of ficers, attorneys and engineers. TO" need no other. It has everything " one book. 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