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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 11,1912 FIVE. ON SANTA FE Stops Falling Hair and Destroys Dandruff IT ST U U L I! I U jj"" ' 'MMMatMWMWWaMIMIM I llWllliiBMML, ' ICWJU LIVVII LIU UViv CIRCU Makes the Hair Grow Long, Heavy and Luxuriant ' and We Can Quickly Prove It , - " If You Wish to Double the Beauty of . Your Hair at Once, Just Get a 25 Cent Bottle and Try This Surrly try Dandrrine Hair Cleanse if y6u wish to immediately double the beauty of your hair with little trouble and at a cost not worth mentioning just moisten a cloth with a little Dandcritie and draw it carefully through your hair, taking one small strand at a time, this will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt or any excessive oil In a few moments you will be amazed. Your hair will be wavy, flu If y and abundant and possess an incomparable ' softness, lustre and luxuriance, the beauty and shimmer of true hair health. , Besides beautifying the hair, one application of Dandcrine dissolves every particle of Dandruff; cleanses, purifies and invigorates the scalp, forever stopping itching and falling hair. Dandcrine is to the hair what fresh showers of rain and sunshine are to vegetation. It goes right to the roots, invigorates and strengthens them. It's exhilarating, stimulating and life-producing proper ties cause the hair to grow abundantly long, strong and beautiful. It at once imparts a sparkling bril liancy and velvety softness t6 the hair, and a few weeks' use will cause new hair to sprout all over the scalp. Use it every day for a short time, after which two or three times a week will be sufficient to complete wlutever growth you desire. Ymi ran surely have pretty, soft, lustrous hair, and lots of it, if you will just get a 25 cent bottle of Knnwlton's Danderine from any drug store or toilet counter and try it 'as directed. I; ' ' I S .-' ! . . Choral Aggregation May come One of. Busser's Finest; Some Topical Songs That Ought to Be Winners, WORKING DAY M 1 TTO FINISH 1 E Six Hundred Men Now Employ ed at Eagle Dam; Work is Rushed, to Escape Freshets of Spring. fprlal Correspoadrnrs to Morning Journal) ;'" Klephant Butte. X. M., Fob. 10. Ther are now about nix hundred men employed here and the bis niajorit.v of them are employed on the flume This work is being rushed day and -r-iKtrt. -rrsf -tlma in approaching-whirl ' floods can he expected In the Itlo I. rondo. A flood in the present con ditlon of the work would he disastrous and onuso a. great deluy. The flood lust October greatly delayed the work, otherwise the flume would probably liave been completed. The excava ' tlon for the flume wan finished last ! December. There were, 104,000 cublo ;. yards of material excavated. Much of Ibis was Ktone and had to be blasted. J' At the beginning the exeex'uted ma terial was hauled by dinky engine . down the river a short distance to ,i ravine and there dumped. letter the material was used to form coffer '. dams built across the river on either hide of the damsite. The tipper coffer dam Is 36 feet high and will divert ' the water of the Kio (Jrande Into the : Hume which Is 1.000 feet long. At a . slope of four and four-tenths feet In the entire length of the flume It will carry 20,000 cubic feet per second. Al the lower end of the flume the wulcr will be prevented from flowing up stream by a cofferdam 21 feet high. , No work has as yet lKen done on the excavation for the foundation of the dain. The fltinie must be ready fo: 'use before work tun begin upon the Inundation of tho dam, ! Katisfaotory progress has been made 1 en the erection of the towers, three li , "'itlur side of the river. All are now Hearing completion.- The," height of the towers on the went side of the river is 125 feet while those on the east side ure only So feet, as the hill Is higher oil the east side of the river. Much excavation was necessary to se cure a site for the towers on the west side of the river. These towers' will bo used to support lurge steel cables by means of which material will oc pluced during the construction of the dam. The dam will be 200 feet above present surface of water in river. 1,200 feel long, measuring along the 16 feet roadway across the top of the dam. The duin on the bottom will le ! feet thick ami win rest on bed rock which Is 60 feet below the pres ent surface of the water. The dam will be of solid concrete. Supervising F.nglneer Louis C Hill and .family have gone to I'tah for a month's business visit. W. M. Keed has returned to Kl I'nso nfter a brief visit of Inspection here. He was accompanied by V. II. Frunk-land. Herbert W. Yeo and party arc mak ing a topographic survey of the Kin con' valley. They have a camp near Arrey. ..... - .... Much work Is being done at the Asn Canyon stone quarry. The power house is Hearing comple tion and soon the camp will be light ed with electricity and much of the heavy machinery operated in this manner. , . lbmllng t ii;iis Starts in March. Chicago, Feb. 10. More than six hundred clubs will compete In -the American Howling Congress tourna ment which starts here March 2, ac cording to A.. 1. Lang try, secretary. The final hour for el islnn the entry list Is midnight of February If FUNERAL OF MRS. TORREZ IS LARGELY ATTENDED He'liil IHsnntct. to the Morning Journal. I Socorro, N. M., Feb. 10. The fun eral of Mrs. A. l Torrez, which oc curred here today was one of the larg est ever held In Soeorro, business be ins practically suspended during the ceremonies. Mrs. Torre was the wife of F.dltor A. C. Torres, of Kl Denfen sor. She was. a member of one of the oldest families In the valley and one of the most popular ladies in the Gem City. She was 40 years of age1 at the time of her death. l'.urlal was In the San Miguel cemetery. To put a live, enterprising company of University of New Mexico musical, edy stars on the Santa Fe Heading Koom circuit ts the object of negotia tions now In progress between tho university and the railway manage ment and It Is to be hoped that these negotiations will prove successful. It is the Intention at the university. If the plan goes through, to put some twenty-five boys anil girls, the pick of the varsity talent, on the road with something new and novel In the way of topical songs, and othe.r stunts which will make the west sit up and listen varctully. There Is some splen-( did material In the university and a twelve-day trip over the Santa Fe lines would give this city and the university some splendid advertising. The uni versity here has never had a chance to get on tile Santa Fe circuit, but there is no doubt it could give the troupes from the larger institutions a good run for honor? and make a series of sensational hits. It is an In- teresting fact that the greater purt of some ti00 applicants have been turned down by the reading room management, snowing how much the privilege of making the Santa Fo'tour is coveted. In addition to 'Saturday Night at the First House," a production Inter spersed with a fearful and wonderful' collection of college veils and so forth, "The Sunshine Stale" and many other offerings to be put on In case th; varsity gets on the circuit, the follow ing two gems would certainly make good an niiv old stage: The 1"b That Teddy rounded. Of u famous Institution the story 1 would trace; Valhalla's not the name it bears, nor yet the other place; A title strictly llihllcul'a the one by which we call The Club that Teddv founded for the other fellows all. Join, Join, join, we're waiting for your name; Unless T. It. has put yuu in, you run nut hope for lame; No mutter If you think you are the universe's hub, You've yet to be a member of the Ananias Club. In this same Institution, as maybe von have heard. The privilege of membership Is not on all conferred; You'll have to count for something, ir, by his Nibb's grace, In the Club that Teddy founded you can never find a place. . Chyi'us. . Some men seek after greatness, on some is greatness thrust; The working of tho lutter rule's variably Just; So the voting on a candidate Is regu larly done In the Club that Teddy founded by its President alone. , Chorus. IV i T Y Vsc fi'ciBau,iip w I i rj i r i I All In- IVpt., 7111, le- Till) llKKI'K llK tO.Ml'.V.VV, troll, Michigan. Please find enclosed 10 cents for which send mo sample bottle of Newbro' s Htrplcldc, ulso u book let on the care of-lho hair. N nnu- CIO Address Slate " You can enhance your natural charm and attractiveness by the intelligent use of Newbro's Herpicide Nice hair, well cared for imparts a sweet dignity and winsomeivessi an air of naturalness which no matter how great the effoit, never can be assumed. Clean, thick, luxuriant hair is merely a question of care and cultivation, If your hair is dull, brittle, uneven and coming out with every combing, it is because its life is being destroyed by the presence of dandruff , Dandruff is due to a germ or microbe, HERPICIDE destioys this germ, keeps the scalp clean and sanitary, gives the hair life, lustre and luxuriance and checks the falling, With its well-known hair-saving qualities and exquisite fiastancc, HERPICIDE is the most delightful and efficient of all hair-dressings, It contains no grease and does not stain or dye. The itching of the scalp stops almost instantly. Try a Sample Bottle and Read the Booklet. If Hot already acquainted with the delights of using this most popular of all hair-dressinw, send 10 cents in postage or silver (to pay mailing and packing) for a trial size bottle and booklet on the care of the hair. ' SEE COUPON Applications obtained at the best 3arber Shops and HairDrcssing parlors. Sold by Drug and Department Stores. Money Back Guarantee on large size everywhere. Accept nothing but genuine Herpicide, the original dandruff germ destroyer. I Hi; ltr,Sl' SII VMItMl Ml Al MOST I'KltrKCT (X)MII HH( i.aixi.s i m: us. a cheap Koap for siui mpooin;. Ilerpb -hie Aseptic Tar makes a rich, pure, lather and Is l,tc:il for shampoo. The lliric,lc Comb Xo. tHHt has larso, strong, regular teeth, does not diunagi: tbo hair and Is olio of the greatest comforts. amv vol it ii:i,i:it. ' Si c Wlmliiu ll-. lav at J. H. O'Rielly Co. ' Don't creamy smooth, Cot line. SlHvlul Agents. its to President admit a who'll be The fitting opportunity will Fnutch (if a Oeneral Klcclloti handsome batch of unexpected candidates, surprised to find In the Club that Teddy founded their membership assigned. Chorus. I do not hanker after wealth, I seek no golden store; I'm satisfied with little and I ask for nothing more; liut should 1 wuke one morning, the Founder's name to see, In the Club, that Teddy founded, IX lighted I should be. Chorus. Join, Join, Join, we're waiting for your name; Unless T. II. has put you in, you cun not hope, for fame; Ku matter If you think you are tin universe's hub. fou'vn vet to be u Ananias club. member of tin Of The Hut I.lko Uue The Caplaln of Our Team. emperors and princes, of poten tates and such. World has heard In plenty, and maybe ph-iffy" much; We'll sing about a college iiinn. compared with whom they'll seem, the little end of nothing; lie's the Captain of our Team. Chorus. Up! Line up! Take your place.--. look alive; Hot down, get down; steady, one and all; Tackle low, guard your end; every body ready, now; l'uck the line; shove her through! and lltil.Il THIS 1IAI.L! For the "Hurry Up" Breakfast Fo Tea toe and cream Alws) tvsulv I,. mtc iiiManllr from be ksxe an.l MH.IITY .MII. At hoilw. IH. Blrlw1 nlii-u Im-in. or plnr till, fr a quick meal or lum li. alU tlx- Im-M thin one .an liatr soi.it "oarlslnitrtit. tiiakr IliU fix il a faioriie Im jo.uI that. d li lt, riour and w ImiIc- "The Memory Lingers" i"Iuhi t rrral IV., IN.rr '"" Ka.Krir. Ilatll.' 'rrrk. Mh-ls. You've heard f Colonel ltooscvelt, ol Ilryau and of Taft; lly one of them you're wearing, at two of them you'vu luugh;d: if following tin s,, cltiicns it's likely you may dream; Hut give us for our louder the Captain of our Team. Chorus. There's M.r. W'oodrow Wilson. i mighty decent man; He's looking' for the White House and he'll find II if he can; For lilm If he were President we'd neveivhave to blush; Hut we fancy that our Captain make u better center rush. Chorus. There's Mr. Clark whose tag is Champ, a nervy one, you bet; He's told the boys III Canada we'll not anex them yet; We surely think he's going some, yet strange as it may seem; We'd rather follow down the field the Captain of our Team. Chorus. And then there's Mr. IjiFollette. the bright Wisconsin belle; We iear that he's progressing pro gresslvelv as well; Ills talk Is sure convincing, his mibi is like a beam; l!ut w tirefer to hear the talk of th" Captain of our Team. Chorus. if candidate for President the wood. 4 are Retting full: To Interfere in politics 1 not our usual rule; l!ut If the people want to have of Presidents the cream. They couldn't do much better than the Captain of our Team. Chorus. WARRANTS ISSUED FOR KANSAS CITY BANKERS Kansas City. Feb. 10. Warrants were Issued today upon Information filed by F.d ward J. Curtin, special prfse,-titor for four men formerly con nected with the .na-rloan f'nioti Trust company of Ibis city which a closed by the s'nte bank commis sioner rfc-cemtw-r 3". last. The warrants ate asfalnst A. It Fuller, secretary of the Institution cliarg-d ulth embezzling a note for I2,J.': Henry W. Richardson, presi dent of the company: J. W. Thomp son, a director and J. ". ISurch. The Is at three srn JotntH- hariferi wtth musHrs. -r and btf.mit iuoih-v - r f.ilse pretense, bv oi'xns of a rihkus note fr .OSO. BILLS IfJIBOOUCEfl BY CONGRESSMEM a o Full Text of Measures of In teiest to New Mexico Sub mitted By Representatives Curry and Fcrgussoli, Following is the text of the bill to create ihe FarniliiKton land district, providing for sessions of the federal court and the capltol furnishings bill! Introduced in the house by New .Mexi co's representatives: I'ai'iiilinaoii I .a ml liltilct. H. 1!. 19.1. -10, In the House of Kcpre seiitatives, February It, 1912. Mr. FergusHou Introduced the following lull; which was referred to the. coiu iniitee "ii tlie piibllu lands and order ed lo be printed: A lull to create an additional land dis trict In the State of New Mexico, to be known as tho Farmlngton land district. lie it enacted by the .Senate and h' liso of liepresentiitivcs of the I'nit- cd Stales of America In Congress as. s. milled. That an additional l.m.l dis trict Is hereby (rented In tbe stote ol .'c Mexico, to embrace lands de scribed as follows: lleginnlng at a point on the fourth standard parallel where said parallel Intersects Ihe line dividing the state of .New Mexico an I the siaie of Arizona; tin lice east along s.iid siauilaid parallel to a point ulv-ic siid t indatd parallel Intersects the New Mexico principal meridian; thence math along s.iid New Mexico principal meridian to u point when ..il.p principal merliban loiersccts th. liio (lidding the state of New Mexb-o irnoi the slate of .'ob'tado; then.c west along said state llbe bctueco New Mexico and Colorado to a point While sal.l stale line meets the slate line iliiiling the state of New Alcxicn frulll tile slate of A nil " 11 I ; t hence south aluiig !-aid line dividing New .Mexico frcoi Aiiznna to the place of hc.iii nitii;; .iml that Fartiiliigion, ltblt Said I ltd dlKtriet, is beleliv designati , as the site lor the land oiib-e tin reof. S c. 2. That the sc ret.irv of th intciii'r shall ,aiise all piats. maps, reci-rds and papers in the SHiita Fe land ctlne ublch relate to or larm ,, n.-o 'Mil- part of the record of th. lands embrace, In the land disiricf ileeU- (laated to be tranfrrred to tbe aaoie. and said district as sfore said liall be known as the Farming- ton land (ll-ti i t. S.c. ::. That the president Is mi th..r:7.e. to appoint, by all. I with tlo ct nielli , f Ihe r nate. a p rs.,n to act as r eii-r. arid alsi a prsnn to sfii as ti-nior of the a!ireviild l-'!iri,tin-1 ten bind district, and that such l.-n- Cl t'.len l.a IIKIV lie ll.cekjiry Shail be assiKO.-d the said 1 'arm In t't land otnee by Ihe lelaly i.t the i tcricr. N.'iv Mexico. lie II tiacled by the Senate and lb. urn, of J: prcHeiitallvi'S of the I i I -ed States of America In Congress as sembled. That the slate of New .Mexi co hall constitute on,. Jmlieliil district, to be knouu as Hie district of New Mix Terms of the dlslrlit court fliaJl be held al Santa Fe on the fii"t Tue-ilay in February and Augirl, nl AlbiKliieripie on the first Tuesday In .March and September, at Ijis Criici on tho first Tuesday In April and ic tobcr, at ltoswcll on the llrsi Tues day In May and November, nod al ijm Vegas on th, first Tuesday In June and Hccciiiber, I'o Turn I'limUiuc liter It. Male. II. It. 1 8 7 ! 1 , in the House ol Kcpre-n-ntatlves, January 2i, lit II.'. Mr. fur ry introduced Hie following bill; which was referred to the committee on the Territories and ordered to be printed: A Hill, to niiihorlao, the secretary of the Intel Im, the secretary of the treasury, and the attorney general to deliver to the governor of tin state of New Mexico for the use of the slate certain furniture ami fur nishings, law books and lypew tilers, lie It enacted by the Senate m;. HollSe of Kcpl'cScnlllliVCS of tile I'lllt- ((1 SlatcH ol America In I'oimress h xeinlileil, That ihe secretary of Ihe in terior be, and he is In rcliv a ul horlxcd and limited to deliver to the covern'.r of the slate of Nov Mi xico, for and In behalf of said state, all the I ii rn 1 1 il re and to i oisbings now the property of the Foiled Slates and lit the present in Hie capltol hlllhl'TK? at Santa Co. Ill the slate of New Mexico, and which have been pin i has.. I fruui time to time under the authority of au Ai : ill. It. ISliit!) oiitlllcd "An Ait to en. able the people of New .Mexico to form a coin til ut ion and slut" govern nn til and be afliiiiiti d into tbe union oi. .in e.iiial fooling with the original stales; and to enable the people of New Mexico to form a constitution and kI.Uc government and be udmlHi.nl into the union on an eiiua footing ullll the original states," approved June twentieth, nineteen hundred an, tin. Sec. 2. That the secretary of the treasury be, and he Is hereby, niithor iJSi'd and directed to deliver to the gov ernor of the slate of N'cw .Mexico, fur and In behalf of said state, nil Ihe fur niture uinl furnishings in the capltol building at Santa Ke, stale of N'cw Mexico, and now the property of tho Culled Slates, and which hae been pun based under the authority of til l several congressional Acts which have hud for their purpose trie direction and control of the al lairs of the let', litoiy of N'cw Mexico. See. ,1. That the attorney general be, and he is hereby, n ut luiriied and (United, Insofar as the properly here Inafler do-cribed is, in his Judgment, not lie 'iled for the present use nf III I olliiliils of Ihe Culled States Mit'hiu the state of New Mexico, to deliver In Ihe governor of tho state of New Mex ico, nr and In behalf of said stale, all law books, typewriters, typevvsilcr desks, letter presses, and other furni ture and furnishings now the proper ty of the Cnileil Slates, and, on Jaiiu niy sixth, nineteen hundred and twelve, in piisscsslon of the Judge and clerks of court In '.lie several Judicial districts of the then territory of New .Mi xico. owels are Basis of Child Health The f doto ! i hildi. nn.t v lib , archil moth, r. who wat,-hc I lie tl V i .1 1 pei u I in rit les of lot ,n. will sihiii disci, cr that th' iuipoi lant thing in emu. .! I'.n t ,hll.is l.'oo, health Is ti keep the bovxils IiuoiallV open. SlllUKlMl bow. Is will be lolloKcd bv l.iss ol ap petite. r-.-ib-siu'ss .luring slop. Iirl tabihtv ami a Oo.i-n and one Minilar evidi-neiM of j IivmimI disonh r. At the hr-t siL:n of such disorder elve the ii i hi a tcsspoontul of I ir. Cahlvi i ll's sv nii l' i-sin at tiivht on r tiriTiic and repent th,. dose the fol lowing hikIiI II lo-oonsarv more than ihat will s anely be needed. You will o-.nl that the clllid Hill re over its . - oustoini d K""d spirits at once and nil! eat and lo i iiormnMv. This relTle.iV IS M XltS. I,0 ' TOVC II I e O t over s'!is. (ailiarties. laxative unhrs ami s "o.lir tbi, it.'", which are elto-(-iher loo powerful for a child. Tint ; homes ,f Mrs. S. A. I'lttman, Miguel, Tex is, and J. . '. Mills, 1 Mimas. Texas, ure iiIhhvs supplied with lr. Cabl w, -U s Svrup l' psiu, and with them, asj with thousands of others, there is no ml .unite- lor this i-1 an, I laxative. It Is really more than a laxative, for It contains Kopcrior tonic properties " hi. h help to tone and sirengthen tha stoma, h, liver and bowels so that af ter a brief io-o of it all laxatives can be (lisp, i, , with and nature will do its ov. ii w ork. Anvon. vv !-hlng to make a trial of Ih.s l.iutdv betore boviiiK it In the r.gui.ir wiiv of h ilrunjii'i at flftv cents or one dollar a larue hottt .laioilv Kizi-I can have a sample ImI lie sent to th boine free ol charge l.v simply nildressins 1 'r. W. ft. t'ald w.ll, Ci. W.-.shir.gton St. MoMiccllo. III. Your name and addirsi, on a po-tal niril will do. i pre Mr. bill. I'sjerl t oiirt Me.ir H. I:. 1xtr,K. In th- House f n t titi. lives. January 27. Ilt. Currv inirodiniil the following which whs reterred to Ihe i-omniittee on the JuiHcu-ry and r.lered to lie pritsil: A IbM. f.xinir the lion" and places ol holding court for ihe ditri t ul It tells til ibsut SEEDS, BULBS, Plants, Poultry and Be Supplies slrtMt ik.pswisllr f-s-thfirdti"rs nH Platita-si ef tts Western counter . When fon baf oar 'swsls. jiMi tt. W-t s.orfc, n,i,l t ,tm ts-t trmn. Tm f utm t.d er.,lli. . srlus TvMi of ,wu!'. Hit racatl or MID matt ratUM tkM k ! tkim pmr THE DARTELDES SEED CO. o.V."-1"