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THE ALRIJOIIPROIIP MOfWlNR JOURNAL MONDAY, JANUARY 1. 1912.
SIX cue mmttcpt iilorning Uotinwl MMI Hwpupaat ml Waw Malta) rabiMaaa hr JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO. O A MACPHKKSON PratlilaBt JAMBS L BLACK Manf1nf Itiiiiair a DANA JOHNSON Odltar Western ll-wrwniatl, C. al. AMtKIIH).V, Marquetta Diiililinjc. Cliicmco, Hi, Faatcra Ilrprmpntallvo. UAI.l'll It. HIMJUAN, IH park How, Now York. ' Entor.4 A aavni1-claaa mattar at tha aaatofftra at Alhuquoraua, N. M.. uaalar act if OonireM of Marob (. 1171. AX AIU.E t'ABIXET. ' There Is no doubt that the cabinet uf Prealdent Doctor Hun Yat 8en-8en la nn able one. Their very namni In dicate their atHtoamanllke mental ataturc. The cabinet we may awaln any in piiaalnir, constat of 1.1 Hung YenK, Wontc lllnx, Ton; Fal Leonid Hah Chen I'lnx, I'lnK Four, Wu TiriK Title mokmmi jotKNAi. ia rnn f.KAIUYG HM'I HI.M'AM rAI'KK OF NKW MfXIIO. HI I'I'OKTINO TUB rRIN- rii-i.im or thk hkih ni K AN ritTY MX THK TltlK, AMI THK METHOD W THK RHIIIIKAH IABT HUM TMICT ARK KK.Iir. I.rfur rlrralatloa Ulna aa? athar paaar tm Naw M.iloo. Tha aalr pwpar la Maw Mailra tawad ararit 4ar la Uia yaar. TKKV4H OF HI HH llll'TION. Daft?, tiy mall, una ma-nib laa Dally, br oarrt.r. ona month "Tha Morning- dnnranl baa a hlchar atr aalallna ratlna thaa la mranUi to aa athar paper la New Mriloa." Tha Aaaarf aaa fcaw.papar ltraartarr. ti-Brurrriqt VRW MEIICO tx k-Wham ktni.ici,i: HASH? The Wanna! atals board of health ha lrKun an tnveatlKatlon of thu haah which In nerved In public places. Ita object la to fix a atandnrd for that iIIkIi and then ace that renin ur anta and hotels live up to It. The Chlcuito lntcr-( Icean aaya: We confess that the tuak Hcrinaun uaually difficult to un. It la easy to Itnaiilne a ilnndard for ckkh, ornnitea, meala and Hie like. Hut a slumlord fur IimhIi accma like a contradiction In terma. HusKi-allve, II Ih almost like propoalim fixed rules for chaos. Aa we take It, the cascntlal char acteristic element of haah la Ita wild, unfettered freedom of composition, lla'h leiida Itaclf to the moat dlverae materlnla and condltloiiH. Almost anythliiK or any combination can be hash. If the culinary artlat will only tnkit th trouble to i y t ll lliroimh a very simple process, 1 Now take tbla chnrnoierlstlc away, try to reduce hush lo hard and faHl rulea, deprive It of It M adaiitablllly to altnoat liny condition of tha larder, unci will It be hush? We doubt II. Jt will, of course, be aomcthlnK, and Irbnbly aomclhinit that la fairly edi ble, tint the c. ireful iiihii will hesl tnle to call it tin h ll. If the Kansas Imaril of heallli noes ao far ua to eHtalillHb a standard for haah, we foresee an litflnllude of lroaecullona, and alio a popular out cry that may force II to rescind Ha ordtr. The cook that doesn't violate the hash tatanihird by no're force of habit will be Ihc rule and shining ex ception In Kansas. Wu fear that Kansas Iimh a( lust alartcd oil an enterprise that Ih fore doomed In failure, ll la compaiallvely cany lo Miuul-ii l.c bed sheets and looil In m m rul und ill nun ami the I . i and shape of puhjlti dilnklnu cupa mill other ihlnaa of that aoit. It la i vrn romparattvely i any in Kannaw in flahibirdliie IdeaH, ao thai almoat i.rlnnly will about alioul Ih.' i-.iiim ililim dl Ihc kiiiiii lime, Ihiih aatlnir n ht i'l u-i l n tliinkniK uiol thai uavoui nod oi'iklm; II mill h auali-r foi tin' lpc of aliilcomn th:il the Hiintluu cr llltc k i uia to piefer Juat at frerenl. Hut to alandiirdlae lun-h I" taldnh rul.B f..r Inllnilc aricty. foi put. i I liinil.lt. tor Imredllde ada;) tablliiv. Inr iiiiiiiiiiiiiiliil Irreapon-lhll-tt . ll Khrrii8 limn thai file will a. lil. ti a t une lliat no i out uu lil i an U. mid and that future edit rntlnna i . 1 1 1 1 . t Mifli' li r . 1 1 - adinlrc. A FKAm-Tli AlWAIOXMEXT. 'Holh La Toilette ami Aryan," aaya the evening paper In the eourae of a rrltlrlam of the aenator from Wlaconaln. now an aaplrant for the prealdency, "would place atrlpea up on rnpitallata luapected of violatini; the Sherman law." Thl.i aennitlonal annoiinevment ought to utterly damn ut once and forever any vaunting aaplratlona of the Kentlemen with the pompadour toward the chair of the chief execu tive poxltion in the land. Kuril nn atrocity na la here auKfceatet! la revolt inn to the moral aenae of every law abldlnar citizen. We Join with the evenlnit paper, the creation and rep reaenlallve of aome of our own cor porate IntereatK, in atern condemna tion of this revolutionary and violent deposition on the part of Mr. Ia Kolhlte, not lo mention Mr. lfryan. We mlKbt paHH over the fact, men tioned by the evenliiK paper, that Mr. I .a Kollelle Ih ho far aunk In III" aln fiilnena aa to advocate woman n auf fniKe: It would be poaaible In a adr It of broaden! charity to forxlvu Mr. l a Kollelle for beinif what the eve ning paper ri'Kiinli aa that uriapcak able thlnx, a proKreaalva republican; but when we picture Ihe lawieaa de. pravlty and dlariard for our eatab llahed lnatitullonH which niovea n iiiun to aak for the enforcemeiil of Ih.. Kll,.l, :,, l... i.A ......1. t... ... . ,. , , ' , oiiKht lo be a livestock dcparlineiit uiiiiiiuif- limn, uie iMiiiaaHiiuie iiiiiiin- . ..... ,. .i . juiniiy hi oui8e o uiik EAT APPLES and Stay On the Water wagon... CLOVIS REAL ESTATE Through the apple the human race loat Paradlae. Will the apple be able Fa nf, Kim Che Yue, Hinff tlnK, Chin make up for It by takinn the place tiln f'no, Chunif Chin, One I.unK, lliff Hinit, Tee, How (Jow Yin?, Chunif Tal Yuen, Wonit Moo, Ah Funir Bee, Hal Jimt, Hal Flint.', Shu Gar Tout!, Me Zn tilnk, and (iee Ylme H'unR. We cotiKrat ulate the jircaldcnt on hi wlae choice of advlaera. He mlKh have combed the whole Celestial em pire ben pardon, republic with a fine tooth curry comb and found none better. Tom Fal Leonn, mln lMter of the Interior, Is In our opinion, eapccially fitted for hia poat, IiIh ef ficient work In developing the com merce of KhlnK KunK 'look, aectir Iiik the Kreat rat canneriea nt Yuk. Flnir Yip and hla other public aer vlcea bclnir atlll frenh In the public mind. In neloctlni? the minister of aKrli ultiire, however. If we may make a aiiKKealion, Sow (low Ylnn. a hla name IiiiIIi uIch, would have been bet ter lulled for the Job than Chunx Chin, although the littler aa la well known, la one of the leadera of hla province. It baa been numerated and Willi Home show of wiadoin that there cf the "Jag hoapital" and other drink curea and by putting the old-faah-lonecl demon of Intemperance to lout? The lowu. State Horticultural ao cbdy thinks ao. ThiK year the MiH aourl Koclety of the name name ex pecta to llnten to tne clalma of the new echool of temperance worker that originated up In Iowa. Dr. Samuel Halley of Mount Ayr, Iowa, wna the flrat to bring It to the nolle? of the public. He aaaertH that the as the far-famed "Polson-8iuad so subtly that almoat before he Is aware of It th Jnnker finds nlmself goin for hourj t.t a time unvexed by the twlnice and twitchintra that formerly hara.ae,j hlna. The report that la to be made by the experts In the cherpltry bureau of the department of (iKriculturo will lie awaited with Intercut by friends of the- apple. Just what form the tcata will take has not been an. r.ounced. It may be that Wiley or aoinf other of the heads of the bureau will form another "aquae!" tjpit will in time become as famous NOW LIVELY Many Lot Transfers and Con siderable 'Building Noted; Melting Snow Literally Flood ing Country, Aperlul Correaponilrnea to Mernlct Jonrnall Clovla, N. M..- Deo. 30. Kev. J. H. Measer, priBiding elder of the Al buquerque district of the Methodist church, spent yesterday in the city. of He left on the noon train today for er at i lie end or the track and alt down and weep In hopelcaa dlnconr agenient. The Idea that the Sherman law wan Invented to be enforced la as tounding. Think of a man who is ao radical an iiKltator aa to stick plna into our benevolent corpora llona, owning newspapers am! other thlnga, simply on the flimsy ground that they are law breakers! There are a few things uboul Mr. M. Follctte, who Is, after nil, a rather energetic and pushing aort of n cuax, which we have felt free to criticise; remark able aa It may seem, we overlooked this, his over-weenlng offense, and the revelation cornea to us as an ex plosion. This rank aoclallst and demagogue reai hea the end of the leiner wiien wnn ill concealed an archism, ho coolly proposes that the Sherman law ahull he enforced! Moo and Sow (low Ying. As premier general I.i Hung I lent;, as also Indicated by bis Christian name, Is adapted splen dldly to the demands of diplomatic Intercourse. Take It altogether, It is a fini bunch of men. We are confident that the appointments will meet with gen eral approval in America. eating of two or three luscious and juicy upples dally will reduce the Irri tation caused by liquors In the human tlasuea end digestive organs. He clalins that the chemical combination of acids that give the apple ifs dis tinctive flavor can be relied upon to restore the normal conditions of the tissues. When the normal conditions are restored the so-called "craving" for strong waters disappears. live was the cause of It all, accord ing to the original accounts. Iiy set ting her white teeth Into the red ( beck of u ruddy apple she let sin into the world, und drunkenness has! Dr. Wiley when he was experiment- IK"nls uu"n lm: ya""' liii; en the deleterious effects of cer tain adulterat'ona in everyday foods. In the meantime the Iowa Horti cultural assodatlon, having fathered 1 li movement, will anxiausly await the findings of the department ex pert.". Dr. Halley Is not anxious. He asserts that his experiments with the apple ns a furtherer of temperance (overs, hundreds of eases and an In terval of many years. He in sure that his findings will he substantiated by any set of experiments and tests that may -he made. He points to hia ca' hook and Its records as proof The snow which has covered the ground here for two weeks past is nearly melted today, and everything Is afloat with water. Prospects for the farmer were never better In this section. , Heal estate has moved rapidly In Clovis this week, and the fact that prominent railroad people have been among the heaviest Investors, has led many to believe tha.t Clovla is on the eve of another boom. Dispatcher Fred C. Welmore clos- The total wealth of farm properly In Montana Is tlWS.ono.OOO, ns shown by the new census bulletin. It nearly trebled In the last decade. The size of the average farm Is 516 acres. Till: POI NT OF AMKIKIM. Willi tin., neile Ma! in l I .11 , II benlna to I g,el ln.1,1 ;:i!i.ii LUliill Pin.. Ills l ''lie et ih i i 'it i In k In k an 11 tha t. .run. I at lilli tt llilliKS lll.it Iimh I.i i 11 Fl.il li d for . I.. Iio c Al Ui.na anil In, iin i hi, Hi entitled t fur H i- l l. m ni t itun of liU l.w.i) ui'.i Mouiiinin r. t- n"iiie time. New M. x Ihe I I edit the Letter- nt In the l!"k aid there In reimon til In-lli f tile ...lllHMKl lll lllle the honor nl ( riuin .1 ing the cmiinl nr- ganlitiitli "t kind t i w . n the IK o I" Itcgiirdlng Hie victory of the blue ballot, purely as a victory for prohi bition, regardless of the rumor that a few voted for it on Initiative, refer endum, recall, and more-eiislly-amendable grounds in general, the Santa Fe New Mexican, which wan never caught napping yet, tells the republican party !th considerable asperity that the New Mexican warn ed ll to leave that blue bull'. I alone. "The result," aaya the New Mexi can, "tella Its own lulu and proves that In New Mexico political leaders dare not hv reactionary and ctimiol hope lo carry an unpopular policy in counties which they thought they could dominate, IVrhaps, If the New Mexican's advice had been taken, the repubileiina, Instead of a two-thlrdn iclory would have elected their en tire ticket. Certainly they would be In a more Impregnable ponltlon today and would have occupied heller vant age ground In tlm next campaign had they left the lllue llallot amendment out of Ihe platform altogether." Ihe original fountain of wisdom, w hich ulwaya know a w hat la union lo happen long beforehand, here ap pears lo be giving anme thinly veiled advice lo the Honorable William 11. Aiiilreus, Ihe 1 1 1 im il u l.lc Solomon I. nun ami other reactionary republi cans Mho did hope lo carry through "unpopular policies." Let lhH be a warning to these gentlemen. Here after It Is hoped they will have aa-. gin lly enough lo take the advice ol the oracle; and we nhiill mil accept as palliation of their conduct, the ex cuse that the New Mexican told them In elect H. ii. Pursum governor. In Us lew ol Ha urn ompromlslng antl rcaellonury policy, we are ponltlM-, previous reports lo the contrary nut-, wlthntundliig, that Ihe New Mc. nut only iidvociited thu cleitluo f Mc Donald, bul knew a' in. .nib l f,, re build that he was gulng to be lb,, win- Hill. What the Editors Are Saying. Hark llorf.es. It is Mild that former Governor Charlie Haskell, of Oklahoma, Is to make the race for 1'nlted Stales sen ator from his slate. It has not yet been announced If Hath House John will take ii Klmllar chance in Illinois or not. I'hocnlx Republican. Apt. You wouldn't think of comparing a hobo lo a Illy, yet here la a quotation that can be truthfully applied to both: "They toll not, neither do they spin; yet Solomon In all his glory waa not arrayed like one of these." I'hocnlx Republican. A OimhI tiny. There's no use talking, Ssnta Clans is a pretty good uhl scout alter all. Flagstaff Sun. IOoUh l ine, I n le SI. The prevailing climatic conditions In New Mexico Indicate another gooil crop for next y ear. The ground Is now fronted to a greater depth than It has been for several years. This means a great accumulation of moisture In the soli, ll also means the breaking up of the soil t u greater depth than in pavt yearn Gallup Independent. "I ih Yes," sain the evening paper, "we are going to get statehuuil uue i.f Ihese days." This, we beileic, In the Hint time the Hint. Iiu.nl editor of Ihe Tilt.-i ll ban had Ihe tvnierlty tu iiuiitli.il the subject since thune nun famous and aenwitlulial predic tions III. uie Ill, tuc.li, itch In fore the flnal pii.-a.iKc ol the statehood lull ! . r.niiau. tin lo II. KuhwcII has a glorious fill ore be fore II, ami one that every mall, wom an and child In KohwcII can help to make brighter KohwcII Itccord. hrl-tnius I'liX'nt'. Imi'I ll odd lo n you see a man walking down the street thin time of the year without n coat on, but wear ing a heavy pair of mittens'.' Gallup I n 1 1 ) n n 1 1 1 li t . tint II I omliig. The printer has us good right to celebrate on Christmas as anyone We. Ami he generally makes u glori ous success of It.--Williams News. So There. The press dispatches state that th: bat hclurs In thu state of Kansas tire aiheitislug lor iiiun. It Is hardly probable that many of the dear girls will take any chances In going to a nt.ite where they tar and feather a gill It she happens to be attractive. WilllnniH News- 1 n ''"'"' d one of the chief- of his assertions and Is willing to let ; eJ R (W1 Ht,.rdny f'()r the bc-uutiful est of these sins. The theory works the doubters continue to doubt. residence of Judge W. D. Mcllce of Kefi i rlng In Ihc 14m lion .' There are times when Ihe public good taken precedence over private Interest. Mi Klnley County Republican. ha t en. In d (ll.lv H . 111. t.-.l I I .'iii'lll' , S.IV1 Die l.il.t i V ' l uL . ' wdl I level. I the M . I fc'tt.i hi a.:lllllo-lt.itl"ll ti' I" I" iru: vie. k.. on rila.1.' I.l link." Thin It irallv a ,-. ..iiiaiiig pt. .! t and, k.i .'ii !'! I the "re V i. lie II- mo h ir.i'li.'il -I"' . .it is- -1 a ' "in.'i t li..t th' nl,.l. f,i..n.- v.i. in lil'.r ,!l,.p. r,.i'l f.M I, 'II a ' -ellt'-'T. or r-.no tb. i k lik. Ih .1. rileblo M..ICI1U. wll the iiiaiuie age of lj; Mii'.ke.l elttarellea for 115 never BMW an iiutu. Whiih ut llir-i hablta la cbtcllv responsible lor I'll i Mo a l"HKi vti l Imrd lo ay. Han ! He Miuvvn. Mis-ollli edil'ir refuses I" pob- bitunrv notices of peiqilc w hi , . la leil to siiLneribe to bin pa He navs: "People mho do not their home paper are ilesd nny- i.arn, ha w ay, and their mere panalng nway la years and of no hewn value. "FlniMlaff Sun. llsh liv III, p-r. I.Ike Hii.i inoitv xinit r. We have Imlshed our canvas! for tlm 1SH: l-a.ie of the AI.III fjl Fit t;l III H IMItl (TtlltY and ih alre to ak all vvho liave chsnged their ri- li in e i.r bunitii sK aildreaa alin e their rr.'balilv If the Itutti were- kn .wn. tile il,il Wll,, pill fill bullets llllo Hie head of a Sun lie.ii luirher, had) names were taken In notify na that jml li- lived a f.n e n..iMgc at (hi ll i ml-, il Inn vlitlm: ir pet nun" Iio IrttUI hail -limed the 1 1 1 ul ill I (T Willi n.ili tv r.wor We I Ihe Al- M.'tle.l 1 hli'l ll. pt'iile a' .1 ... l... . !., I lIu "1 w .,. lliir .In V . II, i. .. I. i i.i l d w . .leiiina ' i ii, .I)., ill. i n A ! Ih.il .. L. In the r,ln hi'- . The 'eiiii.t ... f the iiui ! uiiienl ol Vellum, i. sitting lit '.hlli. our adopted ,i i In I ion ileilnnna .a tn'-.tii ,ii:,,i!..t notl .in ji'""'- a '"lltel li:l ll-'ll il.l . i1 all ,1'tlu'l l ' al l,'.r ,a I 1. ill ii ,.i in '. to I 1 1 1 I n. we tuny make the proper correction. Verv truly. John I". Worley Dinetorv Co.. 11 W. Central. iSALT LAKE PIONELR ! DIES IN CHICAGO ' Jill.. "S.ni."i .1 ' il.l- ." IV New M' 111 an. ' '!'. -demo rat c pi. . r v and s.iii.ta.v a : . v . t: ppe.l -I li. i kiuiiiilauult. .ii Ihc " p- d It I" Hi' a lie ' p luli-i; .i!,U VA o e.al I'a Y ll la Jlikgilll."" I'lllel-l l a II -a ll ill t.oliil.'O at tha Mace ut 4; a .1 Woriil a l.la- liotoriatv Lv a Ir rllllie l4 I 1 .. I'.IMHI 111 ir-;. 1 I'l.l-.IU.'. 1 ' ' . ;i I . IlllKll Anala-ta Tl. a I.i. v. I ii,., ..r of the Klghtv-llmt N.w Veil. V . ;iltlla'l m. a tlO'Olba T of Ilia ' i'VH 1 a aiall In Sill FlAn'inac and lot tlt.aliv Va-.ara a r-lala-llt af S.alt jaa- I'ltv. all. al ll'Tl' taaalav I't plla ll- itioioi. H-- w.ia 11 ya.itn obi. out along the old linen that "the hair of the dog Is good for the bite.' Thu soothing action of the acids and sugars contained In the apple straighten out the disordered condi tions that a long si-rlcs of drinking bouts has caused In the human economy und all Is serene after a month or so of apple eating. It Is a cheap cure if it proves a success. The I'ecos and San Juan dis tricts of New Mexico alone ought t'i be able to furnish the means of curing; thousands of horrible examples of the evils of Intemperance. A barrel of apples ought to be sufficient to re move the worst ense of craving on record. The msn who wlKhes to re tain his appetite for strong waters should take notice nnd puns the push-cart at the street corner with eyes averted. The claims of the Iowa doctor were the first ever made by a scientific man. The theory has long been look ed upon favorably by the layman. It Is not r.tnrtllngly new to the drinker of strong drinks. Many an Individual on the eve of Inking a Jntuit on the water wagon has fortified himself for the ordeal by eating it pound or so of bonbons and eating a half dozen apples. Some how or other sugars always siem to lessen the alcoholic appetite. Critics of the drinking places assert that this explains why there Is never any sweet ( inblniitioiis on the free lunch stands. lilting, salty, rich and acrid (duffs are claimed to be the favorites nf the man who furnishes bite to eat along with a glass of liquid refreshment. In spite of the: annual frosts that blunt the hopes of many apple grov- Ing communities every spring, there Is always enough or an apple crop (hat tills fruit remains within reach of tin se w ho crave It. The produc tion of this fruit is constantly In- rcaslnx by about 4,(lon,00 barrels every year. Millions or luisiieis oi re, nnd yellow nnd yellowish-green apples are placed upon the market every year. You can buy them at any Hum from the push cart man ou the corner or by the barrel If your raving Is inch that It tukes n good many of them to ally it. Phe cold storage companies pile them up by the thousands of barrels against a possible day or need when the rrusls, ttie live scale ami other Insect enemies may have done their w orst. Si'crclary Green of the Iowa llorti ultural Society, was so Impressed with the value of Dr. 1 till ley s sug gestions that he Immediately took Ihe matter up with the bureau of hemlstry lit Washington, which deals with food values an, I fooal lore in general. Dr. II. W. Wiley, then in charge, agree, to mak' an exhaustive study of the nuitliT, but as yet there has bci ii no report made nn to hi findings. low a Is sllll firmly con vinced that a revolution 111 temper ance will he worked by the use ot the lrult tif the orchards. Apples ha ye considerable food value. So considerable In fact, Hint they rank with many or the meats and vegetables that are usually look ed upon aa being very nutritious. It lakes UAim miotic of heat nnita to carry u human body through 'he day. The potato mill give off t w aiity -four of these and the apple eighteen, l'aitataies. It will I.i noted, form on of the main reliance of the worker. Tile apple call not be Ignored, either a a soiira e of power or a possible cure tor the age-old evils or lutein pa -ana e. There ore chough appbs In the I'nlted State to glvr every man. woman and child !n the country Jlc Is a country doctor with a prac-; east Clovis. This is one of the hand tice that covers his home town of.somest homes in the city. Judge Mc Mt. Ayr and extends out into the 'lice will move to another property, aa country for many miles. He knows he has large Interests here. It Is his hi peoplp and their temperaments j Intention to build again during the Ei-en In this uulet place he has found j New Year. ninny opportunities to test his unique (lire. The scientific side of the ex periment appealed to him and he set about proving the theory as care fully as a laboratory physician would luive set about the hunting down of some new disease germ. Feeling mire of his facts he at last consented to address the Iowa meeting of apple growers and there lay before the world hi findings and opinions. , AMUSEMENTS. ORPHEUM THEATER Coal and Second. DIVINE DODSON FKSIALE IMPERSONATOR. THREE REELS OF REST PICTURES All Scutx 104 he annual ball of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen given at Society hall the snme nigiit. The ball wag an elaborate affair, and the dancers did not depart until the wee small houra of the morning. Miss Zura Hayden has been elect ed to a place in the city high school, occasioned by the resignation nnd marriage of Miss Jennie Adair. BO'MGlyK'WITH CARBOLIC ACID HAVE YOU READ IT? It is a current report here that one of the head officials of the Santa Fe railroad now in the city, has this week bought fifty choice lots in the residence section of the city. Hanker 11. D. Oldham has just purchased property in the I.elbelt addition to the amount of $9,000.00, and also the residence property of J. N. Prlehett. This is perhaps the larg est and most costly residence in the I citv. and Jlr. Oldham is to occupy it The Adler-l-ka book, telling how , a home the first of the year. Mr. ynu can EASILY guard against appen-; j,rlu.ne(t wiiI bl,,n (he predion of ,11.1.1s and get INSTANT relief from! elaborate home within a few constipation or gas on the stomach, tS being read with much interest by Al-'"'11"- huquerque people. it Is given away, free by O'Klelly Drug Co. Results From Journal Want Ads Among the holiday social occasions this week was a delightful Christmas party Thursday evening at the home of Judge and Mrs. W. I). McBoc, and Roswell Druggist May Lose Sight as Result of Bursting of Bottle of Fiery Liquid, Special Correspondence to Morning Journal Uoswell, N. M., Dec. 30. C. C Pegg, prescription druggist at Dan iel's drug r.tore, who had a bottle of carbolic acid burst and throw nctd In to his eyes was able to be down town yesterday for the first time in a week. He is able to see a little out of one eye and says that he believes the sight will remain in the other. Eduardo Heclar and J. C.onznles were arrested yesterday a'l'ternccn charged with perjury. They will be given n hearing before Justice Tull this morning, Policeman Klrkpatrick, who was tried in justice court on a charge of assault, was discharged, being found not guilty. r i ; ine n. arg-rlcally than apeak inc. that anv ..M. i,.r Ihe rle. V ,' I '. all. ti .-f a-. i n nhi,,' i II,,- I, ll. a r,.w jiaicen ai'iiles Mill every vear. New Mexico alone produces en.niah this rualalv an, luscious fruit to drive the drink aninlHi linns out a f business for ganiil ir the new cur,, ever be ccmea popular. rraatUally every state In the union t-aatmla i-ppba and apple tra-ea a, moll.- Ihe a-a.-i Is. and thousands of l.arn-ls of the bent are shipped t tori I to countries every er to sat isfy the palates of lln apple laivers. lir. Halle), Un. moat recent ariisa aiv era r of the apple rure for intemptr anac, pa. lot-, out that this common lrult wains I., powaa certain pe niilarlv I.U-ii, la-. I aclda tht r.thr and lull the drinker into forgetting the nee.l ,.f his dally an. I hia hourly nips. The a. i.!i that are preaeii' a'a-iii to l.la ii'l i tienile.allv ami I'fo aim e an e'la-a I am the crating nerves that i-n.il.lea them a tgiia.re the ale nianalk of Ihe ajai.ni far Itajin-r. When he Levins to make a Mniy dia t of applas In,, eyes tear and his f.c.e lows that rudaly tinge that niaka-B aif him a markca! man. The more apples he ,ovoura the more He t T ? ? t t V t t t t f ? ? ? ? : T ? t y ? ? f ? ? y y ? ? ? ? ? ? y y y Report of the Condition of The t ? Bank of Commerce of Albuquerque, N. M. at the close of business December 30, 1911. (Monday, January 1, 1912 being a holiday.) X t Resources Cash in Vaults and Ex change $ 782,905.41 Loans and Discounts 1,036,375.42 Real Estate, Stocks and Bonds 45,436.85 $1,864,717.68 Liabilities Capital Paid In $ Surplus and Profits Deposits Subject to Check. . Time Certificates of Deposit 150,000.00 i 63,388.67 f 972,577.40 678,751.61 ? T t t J Y Y Y Y Y f Y t t Y t t f f t Y f t ? Y t ? ? ? ? Y k $1,864,717.68 y t y y a7a v and l l.a.l Lrva'iial Ihe permanent Ihe ci:r la apt ta Le I ... a ill lid it Lit ili-li. e. Iin '-1 aila'i. yi'iir kliln ll. r tra'llMa- (,, ila't.-laap ran h of tui-ilu me. T.ake Koley Kl.l- aaturatea hlmaa-lf with the aclala anl net lill They tie .'iia k rruli thr ,,wr of tha vrcharal f mil unld Cl.t l - II I a P , '111 III. la, Itli Sa-'i'l " i Ihe (!( r.- 1 l the l.-ll. h "I SIIV- ing pioii'i iiicm. J. i-ll. o Un lly. Jlluiiij aUoholic. Tho travins le.itcf 1 y y y y it f y x Y y Territory of New Mexico, County of Bernalillo. I, C. V. Safford, Cashier of the above named bank, da solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. C. V. SAFFORD, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 30th day of De- i cember, 1911. Correct Attest: SOLOMON LUNA, J. C. BALDRIDGE. W. S. STRICKLER, Directors. R. M. MERRITT, Notary Public. Y X Y ? X ? f y y ? x y y y y y y f y y y y x n