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foililM All Cars -Mife inj America in 1912 Will Be fords What a Valuable Message to the World THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1 1, 1912 That old, reliable 4-cylinder, 5-passenger Model T Touring Car, unchanged during its four years before the public, except for a few refinements, put on the market now for $690 equipped to the last de tail. The Model T Commercial Roadster for $590. The Model T Town Car for $900. And a new Delivery Wagon on the same Model T Chassis for $700. These prices inclutlo full equipment, f. o. o. Detroit: Extension Top, Automatic Brass Windshield, Gas Lamps, Generator and Speedometer. !s there any wonder that "Whe n Ford speaks the World listens." If this were, the announcement of anew modefyoa might be skeptical of the car's merits, but Ford ModePT i$ the best known car on earth, Moie of them are on the highways of the world than there are cf any other motor car, This is the fifth season of the Model T and its absolute reliability has been proven by 80,000 satisfied Model T owners, Think how that car has been tried and tested hi four years of hard service, Ford owners in every quarter of the globe will tell you today thattheir Model T cars are'reliable in every emergency and of surprising efficiency and utility under any and all conditions. After all of the millions of miles those cars have traveled, everybody knows the Ford Model T is right, ' ' .A l-YMtn MODFX T TOHPF.IK) Kl'XABOlT. S-Pasncnger 4 -Cylinder 20 Horsoowcr Car. Irk-e 50 Include top, automatic brass w liidshlcld, speedometer, two 6-lneh gaa lamps generator, three, oil lamps, horn and tools f. o. b., Albuquerque. No l ord Cars sold unequipped. m B H)IU) .MOUKIi T MMlA:(HI. UO.lSTt:K (Rumble Seat In removable.) 1 3-Piivciier I Cylinder 'JO llurwpiiurr Cur. I'rlee ."0, Includes lop, ntiloinutic lu-iiss windshield, hpeedometer, two ll-lneli tins lump-, tciicnilor, three oil lumps, born uud tools r. o. b All.iitpicripie. No l ord Cur sold unepiipHl. ijm 'M I '.Ml t l Ml at Si at iiti Moiii'i. t i oiiii-iuxni toihim; cah. , I Fore-doors are detachable) A-l'atM,iiKer ' l-Cylimler 2(1 Horsepower tar. I'rlee 7(iO Includes extension top, uiiloinuilc brass windshield, s-fdomi lor, twii H-liieb Kits lumps itenoriiliir, three oil lumps, burn uud ta Is f, o, b., Al builierjue. No l ord curs sold uueipiipieil. And that's the same sterling car that is being built for 191275,000 of them with added features which go to make it even more convenient and valuable for users, By reason of the largely increased production, "with consequent economy in buying and making, the price -for 1912 has been largely reduced. These prices are possible by reason of the large production and the splendid efficiency of the great Ford Factory, Another reason is that we ship these autos in carload lots, which cuts down the freight considerable. We carry a full line of Ford parts and automobile accessories stock. Therefore, no Ford owner need be deprived of the use of his car a single day for the want of some little pait. The public is invited to call at our store rooms in the new Korber building, North Second street, and inspect our line of Ford cars. To out of town people we will gadly mail catalogue on request. TTrvTnTriTn'Tra OvTT llTrTVrTC,Tr A IT HTVTh A TVTlTh SIT TIPIP1T V (HtTti NEW MEXICO FORD AGENTS ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO I CHILL HURRICANE ast Immediately utter SWEEPS NORTHERN en intensified the suffering in the fur part for the .1 . l j ir..iiniri ihi I lit, i -li..tn normoin section tt in m..o-. ... - - ., were Mailed, several cities, notably! T II l,e nw gif t, t Oswego, and Wotertown. were prar- luncheon, lnolmlimr Kdvvurd t . Inn n fctllv eut off from communication ! nnd Samuel Alschuler, two of r txtept bv wire, and u food and fuel; democratic candidates tor nomlnn famlne was feared. . ! Hon for governor of Illinois. Cufforlmr wan reported i ninny j (joVKKVOK MKNIS MV IV mailer places where coal supplies ,V hk(: T l.KXIMiTON' have given out. The cold wave extend-. ,,,,,, Ky., Feb. 1 0. Ooverimr ed well Into New EnKlund. numerous , , Nw j.-rxev made an im piinlH repuiliiiK tempernturen far be-1 (,(.t,.d vMt h(,r tl)(lilv utter it wal low zero. HoHton'a low record was' . . . . ,e.mrt,,n fr one below. ,.,i,. llu iieiit lb ' afternoon in eon- .1,... ..1... .iti.ilnitl.il tt'llM tWO t 'lth ilnmmrntlc ltil.'r! l?n- .l min . - -,,,c,nT n ........v.... b.-low, reuched at 9 o'i'lock this morn- t tnp holme of Johnson N. Cam- TEMPERATURE TUMBLES MANY DEGREES BELOW 1 Heavy Snowfall Intensifies Suf fering in Many Places; Trains Stalled; Fuel and Food Fam ine Feared. IV Morning Jours! iieHil lr t'lrf.l New York. Feb. 10. liilter cold Weather with temperattireH rallillif ifnv tU'Krees In-low the lero mark, held wny over the eastern Heeliunn of the reiuitry linlay nnd tonlt?ht. Kce urrts of years were broken in um ee tluns, notiilily In northern New York, 'i-rly-one below lwln reeorded ut me Point In the AdlrondaekM region, while tfni)..ratnie of f i oni twenlv to Ihlr-t-live In were plentifully rejiort l trem ftate potntx. , BitinB lnd and a heavy tnowfall inff. . There was one death In thia ctty fn.m cold, and mueh aufferlnft amonK the poor, t.ittie renct wua luvmntu for tomorrow. t olilest ll Tenty.fiic Years. OKdenxburit, N. Y.. Feb. 10. The mereurv statidB 24 de;rcoa below aero here tonight. At SaratoKH, 15 de greea below was recorded tod.iy. Preseott, Ontario, on the oppimlte aide of the Ht. Lawrence river from here, reported 40 below. These tem peratures are the coldest In twenty five years. H..n near Versaillea. It was reported he niiKht be for m v. ral da.xa. here WILSON OPENS CAMPAIGN IN CHICAGO ON MONDAY Chicago, Feb. 10. C.ovei nor Wood row Wilson of. New Jersey w ill opt n his campaign in Illinois fir the dem ocratic presidential noi.iination Mon day, Lincoln's birthday, when be wi'! be the uuent of the Iroipiois tlub ul a luncheon and deliver the principal address. He will arrive here Monday morning frm Kentucky and w!ll dv.- DOCTORS USE THIS FOR-ECZEMA Evans, i:x-Com:TiifFioner of, "'aMh. say: "Tin re it abnost no re- "'"on la-tn.en skin disease and tlf, J'wsl.- The skin must be cured Jlirsuj, ii,,. ..kln xhe Rtrni!" most washcil i.at, and s salves have bn r -- "ra inunn vi.rtimss. i ne m !" ii!.siians of rl,ii,g i hi-- country d on this, and are ire- K ,.h ,.f -lnt.r!ripn. thV "inl an, t;-,, r inredlenta Tor eracnia "l all oh r .I;),, diseases. This runt j""""1 l I n.nvn aa D.D.P. Preaerlp- -- r.i'zenia. f lloltm-s. the well known skin specialist wrt.r: "1 am c unvlnei d that the l 1.I. Prescription Is us much n s'.eci.le tor iH'ii iiiH as tiulnlne fr ma lar',.. I have Men prewrlbln. lb I)I.i. reirndv for y.nrs." It will lake i.nay the Itch Ihj inslunt you apply i. . la fact, we are so sure or wnal l).I.I- l" do for you lbt w will be iad to let von have a 1 Is.ttle on mir Riiaranlee that it will cost you nothing unb-ss you find that it iloes the work. , , J. H. o'P.i. lly Co . dnmuists. I''I aKenta. Steam Engine & Boiler For Sale at a Bargain The X.w Mexico Collese of -V. M. A.. Ieated at ARr.eoltar- t l V. Mi,.. ha. lor sale, at a Im.nain. n .-name and bo.l.r In "r., ..r(,er. They are l.th made by the F.rie Knlne orks JW n. - .. of , hor...n.al type. i2 bp., bh talanc.,1 valve and UII Kovemor and two heK whe. Ir, 32 inches by C in.-h.-a r The Indler is of the .K-..m.,tive type. J-', hp. with plain r. Zl""" " - constructed that It may be placd under the fr.M lu2 " th- utilizing the minimum of space. The ho cr ha- a ."..""I - hah ,a u,ed for three da. only. The Col.e.e 111 -II he ' for I cash f. .. N,w M",,n : ,iS' y and n ,11 fit the n-eds of small pun, ln4 plant, prorp-. . ' "r "i;i mllL Applv to J- 0. MILLER, Registrar for Ihc College, .tidiHi nuni. mai.w.K. :w wi-.ic. Olif FIVE MEN DASHED 10 DEATH FROM AERIAL TRAM MEAGRE REPORTS OF DISASTER IN WYOMING Unfortunate Workmen Fall 168 Feet Into -Rocky Gulch When Cable Breaks at Pathfinder Reclamation Project. Or Moraine Journal ftuerinl I -" l Mlre.l Cjsper. Wyo.. Feb. 10. The Sllap pitiK of an aerial cuble across tlf Platte river at the government's Path. Under dam last niht. hurled a Kann of woikmcn in a tram ear IKS f-'t to the n eks. Five are dead mid several others seriously Injured, according t the miarer reports received here. The dead are: W. A. PHILLIPS, married. ISAItXKV FILNN. t iiift Aiooiti:. The scrne of the accident Is fift itil'es southeast of Casper. A courier. after nn all niltht ride throuph n wild and rtiaeed eouniry, reached Caspei t.alav with the first word of the (- dent and an appeal for medical as- r'stincc. From the meaner knowl . dae ,f the disaster It was learned that the men were crossing the Piatt, river In the aerial tram, as had be. n their cjstom for months, when the c.b'e broke and the car with its hu hian freight u hurlel upon the f. cks. A relief psrty, includina physicians and underlMkers. was oraaniae.1 and lift immediately for the d.im. I'ntll their nlurn funher details air not available. FIRE SERIOUSLY ;e DAMAGES ROME OF JOHN A .LEE EDISON TO CELEBRATE SIXTY-FIFTH BIRTHDAY .N't York. Feb. 10. Thomas A Kdlson will he years old tomorrow tut on his l.irthday eve lonluht h- de.lsred he felt no older than when hf uar I.". The Inventor dlarl he in still following his- four or four nd ne-hlf hours a nlsht sleep To I-k-I t midnight and up t ::!. It aives me pl.ntv of sleep and s lot ruoie lime f.-r my rir." he said. Alarm Last Night From 803 West Copper Avenue Kept Firemen Busy For Hour arid a Half. ; Fire, which broke out shortly be fore o'clock lasi nm'bt In the home of John A. Lee. km:) West Copper avenue, threatened the destruction of the law residence for a time. Aa ,1 was. the roof wjs badly (lamiiail by tile lia mc and a considerable losV wa. caused by water. All that suved th residence from belie' rutted, If not eomplet. ly destroyed, was the cfll eleni norit of the HreiniMi. . The ulaim was turned In by tele phone ut 8:4, and the c. ntral deiat't nieiii made a record run to the seen". When It arrived the lire was burning llercely In the attic and It was with dlflieulty combutted. The tinman worked huril to eXtinKulsh the ftr and llnally were successful. The blaxe Is believed to have been slarte.i by the accidental droppliiK l a liKhted mal. h In an upstairs closet. The loss was not ascertained !u:t li'sbt. but It Is fully covered by Insurance. made public III u deposition, was hit terlv attacked bv the dcelnse. He was made to review his whole life and was aked the niluuteat details. He testi fied he went on the Hold liuntlna ex ptdltlon to ilrctfon lit the fenuest f the latii It. M. Snyd 'r of Kansas City, and that be Induced Klmmell to make the trip. Snyder, he testified, had al ready obtained the sen Ices of Ji A. Johnson. Johnson, accordltiK to th.- testimony, Kill, d Klinnicll and the witness shot J.ihnsou. The two men wcr: burled in olio urave mid the $4,00 which the four men bad uncovered near Coos I lav. ore., w us then re-dlvldod b' tween Snvder and Swlnney. Th.. men txpecttd to uncover $l,uu(l, wlibu Swlnnry was told hud been buried. Wh.n .unit adjourned Kwlnney was hclliR cross-exHmlned about his re tut n to Hm Francisco alter separation frem Snyder. Swinney had previously admitted be killed a man In Oklaho ma In lJiii! anil nao u ecu mi iunu'ii, had serv. d a term ol train robbery In the tetitlury. The defense, plans to put on w!t- nlne y.-urs for Missouri petti nesses, tvho, It Is contended, wilt dis credit s'wint'oy s testimony. The wit ness Is an ackitovvlctlKcd two-lime convict, h i i V 1 1 1 served two sentences lor murder and train rnbberv. KimmeM, in comau, with the late liul ert .l. Snvdcr of Kansas City, a inn ii tin in-, d Johnson and Nwinney, aeei.rdiim to Sinne 's tesllmony, . It Kiin "as Cll the llllll Kimiuell dls niilieiileil. for Cia.s Hay, lire., lo earch lor a bulled treasure of $ta. 0011, The purtv went tbroUKb 1 lea ver iitul 8 in Francisco an.i tot.K a suiliiiK vessel from Han Francisco to Cms IMV. After I'indlnK It.lMKi of the treasure, aeiordl'iK to Swlnn,. Johnson and Klmmell quarreled in the woods, Johnson shot Klmmell, Swlnney In turn shot and killed John son and Hwlnev and Siiy.b r buried the bodies .,1 Johnson and Kimiuell In the same urave. covered it with leaves uud sllpie I away. Swlnney testified thill Snyder took Kimmell'a effects and Intended t send them to Kimmell'a mother, but was afraid lo do so. THE DAY IN CONGRESS. run sF.x.vri.. Committee on irlvlleea and elec tions adonis report exonerating Sen ator Stephenson from chargea of cor ruption, 7 to !. t'nderst.iod Senator Cummins and progressives will fluht confirmation . f Al .ron T. llerriclt, as unioassador to France, thi: hoi si:. churucd before committee on ex neinlMures In war departmunt that Preiild. ut Tult rhlelded Major needi er It. May, a paymaster, from court martial, because of Huy'a political service In I Otis. s'lilleltnr MeCahe continues cxpla nilli.i, of aKt Iciiltural ileparliiieuts' aitllude In Florida evcrKlatlea land ruse, Ti i tiinony reuarditut labor eondl II. t.s in l ulled Stales Steel corpora tion's subsidiaries continued before steel trilst luw situation. INSISTS HE SLEW MURDERER OF KIMMEL! New Mexico Ranchman Testi fies in Mystery Case at St, .Louis; Strange Story of Dou ble Tragedy in Oregon. H? Mi.rn.MK inraal fcrJl l,rad llrr. St. I.uls. Feb. 1 a. John P. Swln n. v. a New il.x-. o rale bman. confess. d slaver of the man who, -he terti-fi.-d In the Cnit-d States circuit curt in .nu rl.,l ..r Hi.. k:irtir.tll n.vstr-rv ease. kll'ed llwiri!.. A- KimmeM. tod.iy withstood the io-sii.ii, HSked hbn In I i r.M-i xsmttiation bv attornevs for the ii.siirai.i-e .-..mpanv. lo. contend that Andrew J. Wh.te Is Klimodl. , S Innev was 1 tie ..in WHO. f f ti. day. Neither th,. man who claims he is Km.ioelt. ' Kinno' il's mother nT KiiotiKli - sister Hire m ...urt t.iiav to hear Swlnney, wb. ts ri:ardel n . w . ..,, etlr.,ss for th - . . , . i. K. Im .nip. th-' ntpno .,t .tie ..iik - -.,-, . insiinencf eomt.anv. S,tiit..vs i.-t in. n. piavlouslv John Deere farm Implements Recognized As Standard of Ihe World . - . . ttT - Deere Plows Disc Harrows Alfalfa Cultivators with Seeder Attachment Ft. Smith Wagons Simplex Cream Separa tors Dain Mowers New Way Gasoline En gines Deere Sulky Plows Disc Cultivators Deere Walking and Rid ing Cultivators Smalley Feed Cutters Stover Gasoline Engines Marseilles Shelters and Powers Dain Hay Presses Disc Plows Deere Harrows Velie Buggies ers Success Manure Spread Dain Rakes ALBUQUERQUE CARRIAGE CO. First Street and Tijeras Ave. Albuquerque, N. M. Xmi m i 1 1 1 1 1 1 ttttttf '"'t "UW4H4 l.