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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1912.
FIVE. TQ ALAMEDA mm-- Splendid Roadbed North of City, Replacing Bottomless Sand Must Have Mainten ance. trip over the pleca of roadbed ' built north of the city and Juist south j of Alameoa nieces of road In the county, where once was sand anywhere from six inches to two feet deep, impassable for automobiles and nearly so for wagons. The attention of the county authorities, however. Is culled -to the fait that the tine, smooth surface ol this road Is beginning to break tn places and small repairs now will save money and keep the road in onml condition. Like any other Rood road, this highway must be main tained and should have attention every week or two to keep it irom disintegrating A permanent, solid foundation has been constructed, but the greatly increased volume of traffic since the road was built would wear away the surface of any roa-1. One of the chief road building les sons to be learned in this county is that when your road is built, it Is only a start. Regular repairs must be kept up If the road is to stand the racket. While every dollar spent on th'H $1,000 piece of road, about two miles In length, its usefulness is greatle lessened by the fact that be tween here and the city the road Is o bad that it Is as much as a man's life or his machine's life is worth to take It over the road. A small expenditure of money will fill in the chuck holes and immensely improve the road and the work should be started as soon a possible. There is also a most Inviting field for good roud work south of the city. A. far down as Ranchos de Atrisco the road is practically all In good shape; further down a great deal of lllling is needed. For miles the swamps and floods of last fall have left a sea of half dried mud through which the road winds, fairly passable at present, but sure to become a con tinuous bo? again as soon as the wet season comes. Last fall many miles of this road was mud from fence to fence anywhere from a fow Inches to three feet deep. Working on the Illvrr IVanks. The main current of the Rio Grande at the Barelas bridge has been di verted over into the middle of the river and the county Is taking aavan- t tage of this fact to set a large force ; of men at work on the dilapidated : , : " ' " wing dams and badly washed bank above and below the west approach to Ahe bridge, which will need pro tection when the river rises. Great imtKses of brush are being anchored along- the bunks with heavy posts driven into the river bed to hold th,e brush and this Is to be filled In. witli arth and gradually built out Into the river. The river has been gradually eating into the west bank at the bridge approach until extensive filling will be necessary. IMowlncr far Advanced. The valley farmers generally are hard at work now and have been for some time past, beginning their spring work and large tracts of freshly plowed land are everywhere In evi dence. It iu tintnH'nrfhv thjit farmers north and south of the city are level ing and breaking up considerable new land, this being especially evi dent where the roads have been im proved, as at Alameda. H has ul reiuly been clearly demonstrated that the building of a good road in this valley immediately increases the traffic and results In steady Improve ment of the land and greater activity in sale. SANTA FE PENSION IDE L Official or Employe Need Not Prove He Has Become Inca pacitated to Share Benefits of System, The Suntll Fa railwav hum decided hit in order to become a pensionirl a REPAIRS RULES Afi MORE LIBERA "i ine ro;m an .officer or employe need I "occo ano me Miveremmy oi toe sui T"t prove that he Is iiu-aoacltated tn. It also created a multitude of mrotigh rervico for the railroad. 1 nmn in nt a,ie to work and h ii len with tho company a ruftlcUr.'. 'ength of time he will be given ;i Pension. Thi u m ..i -..i Inu - Clltllllff III i UK I KJVIII-," Pfn'ions for disability Whichi niket it l.. .nr.:.... I. r. - .1..' . - HIMKMII ir llltj CUIOl"J J reeeive relit f. It no longer will ne necessary to RhuW ,h.. disability r'J"l by actual service. "flic-ally stated that the board peni, ni mu.- .....i,.. -i. ii,.. i,,.c. n'nt of n pciirp n tft any emtdove or ffleer h.. u... i i.i.7...i.. I.. . HUD III VII I Jllll II UUUfll h,!'' f"r li years r more and who .r ih r""'1'l the age of 65 years i "n ' ! hive Income rermaiient v menoitaiij for performance of ne scrvt, i ... i i service ln which he has been in- ou cannot be transferred to othr f,,P! - "uien ne is uie iu in- rn provided only his Incapacity h.is ' oe-n Hue to misconduct. n"w feature of the pension lmVn '" Nxnta Fe will affect a r , of men in the employ of th. Albuquerque. Wnrlr l. i - , , a . ... WORN TO THE BONE ' nourished it ne.dZ i f,Uy tissues for future eahh v M P-udent man lays raus- ihi'"0"" strain and overwork rv , t ,urclu to be uiK-d P. the y trir''Pf,h ta tone 'ou ar d.ivJj,,;"' bis earnings for a rainy mhirh t iu 'h,,t ""inded plumpness " om tn !l lne ,orr of Perfect he i ,c, b'ne" for the booes of Mdr . M hands stand out un- tijj j "' Viiioi.' r-ur""0"" condition colls for rn t,.ni ?"ious cod liver ami le,h I 't oil. It makes new ooml - -. k. k- no rtak " " " Tou "gain, j it 'i""' ,!,",' oa -'t li.?: 1 O Keilly Co, Drug ' "f!'le. X. M. !k ;t,, jr ... sfairesbla4sa I'our .Men hers of l,e ISnui (iiuiul 0 Klks' Tliouior on Ton of Scenery and Georgeous Costumes With LeBrun Company Capacity House Sold Already For Fine Performance Tues day Night at Elks Theater By Finest Lyceum Company in America. With a. ton of magnificent scenery, costumes heavy and gorgeous with silver and sold, and the very highest art i:i n.py and acting, the Le Brun Grand Opera company, which appears at Elks' theater tomorrow night as an attraction in the Star Lyceum entertainment course, bears the de served reputation of being the finest company under lyceum management In the United States. Rev. K. U. Tol bert, who Is resoonslble for this tine series of entertainments, exhibited Saturday a chart of the opera house u-Kli.h aliiiiuAfl urtlicrl uaall ttSlIn 1A colrlfortabl" fill ' the bouse. This will h increased to tax the capacity )t 1 the thelUer by Tuesday night. The ine meuier oy rummy muni. me Mt..lt, Saturday night were still Boin With a ruah. The remainder will go On sale this morning at 8:30 at Mat son's. All those who desire seats will do well to apply for them as early as possible. ; Some Concise Data About the l.c limn tiiaiul Oiora Oniijiaiiy. Every nrt-mber of triip company has uppeared In grand opera, and three of them In leading roles. Madame Le limn studied tinder Julia (lavarottl in Milnn, and also under t'go Angcrl, so her studies were all in the pur3 old Italian ctonol. Madame Le Brun has a repertoir GERMANY AND FRANCE . With Special Reference to the Moroccan Question - By Count Johann Heinrich Von Bernstorff t.crmitn Amlfflswntlor to tin I niloil Slntcx. (From the Outlook.) The Moroccan question has pussed out of its controversial stoiia und is now a part of history, so that we art' able to look Lack on it with an Im partial spirit nnd to Judge the alms and results of the German govern ment's action with fairness fair ness which seemed to be sometimes lacking during tne heat of the dis cussions. It is well known that until l!ul England nnd France were contending with each other for ruprt nwey in Mo rocco. Then followed the Anglo French agreement of April. IStut, and in tiie fall of the suine year a French luuiking syndicate coi'tractcd a new large loan with .Morocco. Privileges ot such importance wire uranteil to the group of bunks thai the eventual tate of the sultan's ejiioire seemed to be decided. Germany, however, interven- ed: the em . -ror visited Tangier, and a few months later the conference of Algeciras v.'n held. In fair words it oroeijiincd the Independence of Mo piovbiob: and stipulated the "open door In .Mona co. At the same time. I however, police powers were grantert ' France and Spain in eight open (.Moroccan ports, and, furthermore, the tri'Mic concerning the above-mentlon- - . - U l(idn ton muiii-u i roil in aineiidments. Almve all, owing to thv Ion f Algero-Moroccan border line, the conference could not prevenj French influence In Moroi-co Irom continuing and even Increasing. On account ol the wholly unwltled and untenable conditions in Morocco which It is no use denying opportunities for the exertion of French Influence could not long bi wanting. In fact, the oi-cups- tlon of I Jda ann ine oomoaruiueni well as the ocupatlon of Casablanca soon followed.. All this could havi be ii prevented only If Germuny had been Inclined to restore order in Mo rocco, and first to go to war. as would have been inevitable, with the Powerr hostile to such an act on her art. The courm of ev nts will always prove to be more powerful than the most per fectly worded treaty provisions, and the Algeciras act could not expect to alter the fact that Morocco and her inhabitants no longer In themselves forscssed the strength to reorganlxe their country. Some enthusiasts be lieved that Muley Hafld would lie able to perform this lark, but they soon had to recognise that, notwithstand ing his skill and ability as a statesman, he did not have the power to bring about th neitfsary change without foreign arsistanee. For Ihe German govertinwnt there was therefor only one v in l protect German commercial Interests in Mnrmvo, vlx. ree-uring France s lrtetitn of thi Initreet. Thts r unit was achieved bv the M ihwm ssreeinent of February , which expriM-lv ineatoiied Ihe Aleelras act ss its bssis. Cesrt- the hje-t of thi . . 1 I A -I LM bniH emiio nil! , p- ' " - Frem h advsme In M.,r en ss hm "O1 4 kfV .... - ra 'oiiiianv in Scene from Fnmi at Tuesday Xinlu. . of lifts' operas and sings them in tour languages. for three -ears Madame. Le Brun was prima donna of Henry W. Sav age's English Grand Opera company. Miss Baer, the contralto of the Le Brun company, is a graduate of the Cincinnati Conservatory oi Music. She has sung under Aborn manage ment, also the Sheehan management, in repertoir opera. Mr. Huttmann of the Le Brun com pany created the lending tenor role in the American production, "The Crusaders." Mr. Huttmann was with Innes and his band on his big transcontinental tour, during the season In which In nes produced "Parsifal." Mr. Hutt mann sang the title role. At five of the Hoyal opera houses In Germany Mr. Huttmann has sung ia "guest artist." Mr. Deane, the baritone of the Le Brun company, was the leading bari tone of the Royal Carl ltosa Opera compuny of Kngland. In Crystal Palace, Mr. Deane san? in Sullivan's "Golden Legend." He nir lh nart of "Tonlo" In "Pallucci before the late Queen Victoria and was decorated with a pin bearing me initials "V. K," which stands for Vic toria Regina. Mr. Deane appeared at Convent Garden with Melba and Caruso. over $5,000 are invested in the cos tumes und scenery of the Le Brun company. -The costume used by Mr. Huttmann In "Manrlcn" in "II Trovatore" weighs forty pounds. Every piece of jnutal is gold washed. Tbe swords used by this company were made especially for them of real Damascus steel. Special scenen- is used for every production. s nossible: so that German traders, funnel's, and manufacturers were In the mianvvhlle, under the (nine French protection. . guaranteed by treatv. able to consolidate their In terests in Morocco to such a degree that a French ' protectorate could not destroy them. No one who knew tne iniiilltions in Morocco as they really were, and not' as one perhaps wished them to be, could entertain the slight est doubt thut a French protectorate must in the course of time be cstali lisbed. This would have been considered Ihe natural course of events had the af.iiect of affairs not suddenly changed when Plnchon retired from the s-reiic b foreign office and was re- olaced bv M. Cruiuil. It seems that co lonial fanatics who could not await ih., riiieninu of the .Moroccan fruit look advantage of this change to ol. tflj1 ,le r0,s,.nt of the new minister of foreign affairs for the expedition to For. The pretended danger of tne mil itary mission and of the Kuropean col ony in consequence of the rebellion ef tribes In the mlghborhood of Fes formed a wilt ome pretext. The capital was reached and military posts were established. Although assurances were given again and again that the military forcer were to be withdrawn to the coast as soon as possible. It was e vident that the larger part of the eountrv would, like the Schanja province-, soon be directly controlled by French agents and military authori ties. During nil this time semi-official German newspapers had constantly reiterated that, according to commun ications received in Germany, the Kuropeans tn Fei were not at all In danger. When these hints preived to be ear no elfe-e-t, Ihe "North German Gaxejtte." on April 0, 111. address ed a new warning to France, which could not lie misunderstood, d-clr-tng that a sultan government with the aid of France no longer represented ihe sovereiirn Sultan as defined by the Aluee-iras Act, and that Germany therefore would be entitled to re-sume her former freeelom ef action. This warning was not heedeeL Kventa took their course, and It was soon clear that the south ef Morocco would also be drawn Into the growing unrest. Id this ease the s-curity of the Euro peans living the re among them many Germans might inde-eiel have been in dange r, since there were no Frem h troops In the south, and no fore-e-a of the Kultan which could be counted on. At any rate, several German firms feared that their Interests and their officials were in danaer, and during the month uf June asked the German noveriiiiie-nt for proteetioiw As a cein- seeiuem-e, the elerman cruiser Panther was sent to Agamr. The French new supers published l-irlns; those riavs i.rove that, after hjiiirt,; l-in rtartlwi at first. French Miljlic pimon erj" sn erfectly on- Omnncft th rmnlsi nf th Meb For -mnv nna mho Kail followed the courwe Jl "f-e'TO fHiM it wwa conceivable that Germany should sud denly wish to conquer Moroccan ter ritory., Kven during the most critical moments of the whole affair Germ any had always emphatically declared that she pursued only economic in terests In Morocco, and this with good reason. For Germany the occu pation of some part of Morocco apart from the war which no doubt would have eiiMUed could mean noth ing else than a-long und continual display of military forces perfectly out of proportion to the possible gain. The friendship of the Moroccans fur Germ any naturally would have turned into enmity as soon as she followed the ex ample of France and took up the role of an aggressor. It fs only necessary to glance at the map and to look at the se route from Wilhelmshaven. in Germany, to Morocco by way of the British Isles to understand what it would have meant for Germany to send a large military force to Moroc co. This would, however, have been unavoidable, since without such a force. H would have been impossible to subject to German rule the sturdy tribes of south Morocco, all the more so because they would' have tried to obtnin help . from .. their Algerian neighbor. As already stated, the attitude of Germany was soon understood In Paris. The error of the expedition to Fes having been made, there was nothing left but to bear the conse quences and pay dearly for what oth erwise an the course of time might have been Obtained without any sucrl nee whatever. There could be no doubt what price Germany would ask. On tbe one hand, increased and precise guarantees for the mainten ance of the open door in Morocco, which would enable Germans to set tle and do business In .Morocco In spite of a French protectorate. On the other hand, ft compensation In the form of colonial territory, which hud already often enough been mentioned during the earlier phases of the Morocco affair. Frequently the desire had been expressed in Germany that such a step should be taken. The government, however, had hesitated, hoping that the independence of Mo rocco might be maintained. This hope was now destroyed by the force of events, and Germany must be consid ered lucky for having been able to return to the idea of compensation. It is well known that from the be ginning this compensation was desired in the French Congo, in order to unite as much as possible the adjoining German colonies on the western coast of Africa, were It only by forming an economic unity through the establish ment of appropriate trade routes. This goal was reached by the recent Mo rocco agreement between France and Germany, which gave the latter pow er access to the Congo and the Ubunghl. Although, of course, opinions may differ about the value of the territory ceded to Germuny, it is evident that German commerce and Industry, Ger man miners nnd farmers, have ob tained valuable: guarantee for their Interests in Morocco. .The agreement furnishes a powerful instrument .in the hands of the donna n government, nnabllr,' It permanently t to protect German interests 1 spite of all con trary efforts. A careful reading of the text of the agreement will be con vincing In this respect. The exhibit prohibition of differential treatment of goods Imported hy foreign ooun tr'e which Is of eal benefit to all nations, including (le. United Stiiles, the s.ft erc rules Tot controlling this, the possibility of an appeal to a clear ly defined system of, arbitration with regard to claims auuinst Moroccan and French authorities, the possibili ty of the construction of private rail ways without public competition, nnd their administration by private boards all these provisions of the agree ment cannot be too highly valued. On the whole, It can therefore be raid that the negotiations)' conducted under the morat pressure of the send ing of the 1'unther to Agaillr led to a satii factory result for Germany, be cause she avoided chasing phantoms, and tried only to reach a koiiJ which It was possible for her lo attain. PROPOSED SERVICE CORPS TARGET Measure Objected to On Ground That It Makes. Civilian Em ployes of Government Eligi ble to Pensions. Morning Journal Hperlsl T eaueel Wlr. Washington, Feb. II. An attack on the proposed service corps in the house today furnished the first Indi cation of the fight that will be made next week on this feature of the Hay army re-organlzation plan, which is s part eif the military appropriation bill now being considered by the house. liepresentatlvea Mann, Mnndell, Kahn and other republicans declared a civil pension roll would be estab lished through, the service corps to which clerks an other civilian em ployee of the army weiubl be retired after the comparatively short atrvle-e. The proposed service corps la to take Into the military- ranks em ployes now on trie civil list, such as teamsters, wagon makers and certain grades of clerks. FOREMAN PAT. NUNN OF DIAMOND A OUTFIT IS SERIOUSLY INJURED sTlnl Cwti u Mnln iwraill .silver City. X. M.. fvt. . fat Nunn, foreman of the Ii:imond A Cattle company, was thrown from a bucklna; horse and eriously If not fatally Injured. The accident or- rurrd at Whitewater. Ir. O. J. YVestlaka was called and found that i two rihs had been 1-roken. H fixed up the broken hones and left him r-stinK easv. Word received today, however, showed the development of symptoms that would Indicate In-tft-noi Inturles of a serious character. Dr. Wesllake lronpht him Into town by automobile and had him taken t-i tna LAdiea hospital. A WARMXIi AAIST WFTT ITTKT. Wet and chilled feet usually affect the mucous meml rsne of the nose, throat and lunirs, and la rrippe. bron chitis or pneumonia mnv result. Wstrh carefully. , nnrtimlarly the children, and for I He rx kins, stubborn couaha lve Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. It soothes the Inflamed membrane, 'and heals th - rough quickly. Take no substitute. J. H. OHMIfrs - TT is a of Indep - WL mA The woman who Is independent does her housework in the quickest, easiest way. The use of Gold Dust points thai way. The Gold Dust way is also the most thorough wayJ Gold DllSt attacks grease and dirt, and drives it away with little effort on your part. It does all the hard part of the work, with the aid of your brains instead of your muse le. ii every nome in tnis land used Gold Dust for all the pur poses for which it is the best cleaner, there would be more independence among American housewives. Sign your Declaration of Independence today by ordering a package of Go!d Dust from your grocer! Do not use soap, naphtha, borax, soda, ammonia or kerosene with Gold Dust. Gold Dust has all desir. able cleansing qualities in a per fectly harmless and lasting form. Mad. by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, Cticao Makers oi Fairy Soap (Ih. oval cak.) "Let tbe Gold Dust Twins do your work" 1 Star Spangled Banner Plays Its Part in Bernalillo's Country Schools Patriotic Exercises in Remote Precincts Instill Love of Coun try Into Little Tots and Interesting Exercises Will Be Held! On Lincoln's and Washington's Birthdays; Portraits of Great Men Encourage Aspiration to Be Great; Los Padillas School Has a Fiddle and an Organ and Spirit of Young sters is Admirable. To innke tho country school hoiiro A place, not of Irksome labor, but of lull rest ii n I attractiveness Is Ihe iiia hltliin of ii niiuibor of the tenchers ;n the riir.il srhuols which Is IuIiikIiiv about n moHt wholrKoine spirit iimoim tho pupils In the outHlile precincts. HI partlculnr Interest Is the manner In wh'ch patriotism is belns Ineuleated bv Ihe teachers so that the American flan, flvuui over the country school houpe Is taking on u new and deeper slKiilliennee III I In- minds of the !"s and girlH. In no place has the representative of Hie Morning Journal found " more Hilmlrnble .ye h on I spirit than Ihst in the little atlol.Y. lmiltllnn In I-or Pa dlllns. the snuthermnost preiim I of the county, just south of I'ujarlto and si me seven miles south of this olt. The teachers here lire Air. Ijopen anil Mifn Narvaes, and alltimmn the liuililiiiK Ih Mo miikiII. crowiled and with two teachers workinK in the same room, they ure accomplishing most praiseworthy results. There ale fifty pupils hi Ihe first, second, third ami fi urih grades n this room, and then is a scurclly uf desk fM that Ihe smaller pupils are packed in like sar-i dines in Mis Narvaes' end of the Mpurtment. I.Ike many others of tin country school hiiildinus, this unpre tentious udnlie structure Is not ut all Imposing externally, 'but It is worth while alier you net inside. At one end of tile Iouk room Is a beiiutllul American fine, slv feet li,n. draped over a fine portrait of the Father of his Country. Nearby Is a portrait of Lincoln: at the other end of the room Is v pond likeness of President Tafl. newtlv framed: there are portraits ol the cnmiiiiMslnner f rduiation. no.nl enitravlnRTs Including a number of lively animal pictures, and the finish ing toui h Is a number of pretty Jap anese lanterns buns' In the mlndows. The schoi.l room Is bright und cheer ful and attractive and the enthusias ts spirit or the pi'plls as they stood and sane lustily in time to the violin or the urmn, ahich are parts of the school furniture, performed upon by the teacher, was refreshing. First they sail if "You Ask What Plate I lne the J lest Ntw Mexico. New Mexuo." the stomas of which were written out neatly in th black board, and winch Is a beautiful and Insplrlns Mate sonc. loiter with si;il snap and pel feet time the pupi.s sanj; "America" in Spanish. The repertoire of the pupils Is touch more extended, however, boili In Kn lish ami Spanish; and it was note worthy that they saiiK lh KnuHsh Words clcarlv and rtlMinctlv so th.it there was no iit fn uiiy Iu uiideist.ind Inu evei v word. The rw-Hatmrs a hii h tjk place durlna the stay ef the vis itors were well done, and ailhoiuth as usual s..n.e of th.- pupils v re too rsttb d to ri!iirinhr some t,f th. Ir les ns. It is evident that the disci pline Is perfect, that tb- pup, Is know wht they are Rotni; to school for and that thev finrl Ihi hnd lems, a pit Hssnt place to K to. The residents of that pirt if I . TadillHS lylns over cuaii sl the w st ern stun, I hills want a n hom h"i!." In that s'tton. but Ihe uper!n: reieot ia in fsvor of eoliina the prohism l. build ns a n-w schxd halt way l tweea Uie t mu x int. A laisier hinld ln than th prss.-m -ne is abw.nt-lv nerenry anil lnn- I'adiU'ss aietri-t U Declaration endence pretty well fixed I 'tna nulri lly so that the iJirccmra can alienl the Iiiiiomi tion. .Mr. Lnpix und AUhh Xurviicx are entitled to tlio hlnhi-Ht praise for Ihe elitliiislasm they ale riuttiiiK into then wi ik mid luspirinM in tliu un an I Kills. Allollier Model School. Another model mile school Is at l,os t'anilolai los. jiisl north of the city, in charKe of .Mrs. I.i very. A now bulldina has been constructed hem aloiiu the rlKiil lines. It Is u one room Dtlnbe. whh h will lie plastered on Hie outside, Willi a ro- of windows close together all all iik the south Hid.: ami Iwb hluh souare wtmlows above the blackboards ut each end, wild a door ut tiich end of t lit- north side. Thus the ihthtiiiK Is fine and tho southern exposure makes it possible to heat the ro in with little fuel. Tin" school house Is most substantially and strongly built, with massive walla and Kor.d roof, a stout roundalloii and heavy eeilliiH beams, the walls being smoothlly rinished and the hlackhoaru and accessories uood. To shew how far a Utile school money will no when rightfully spent. this school house cost only tU'.Hi, while It Is Slid six times tho aiiieunl has been speiil in the past few years on the I. oh I'ddlllas liuilditm i hlch is not in (.'oml,; ulthouuh sliKhily l.iruer. Mrs. l.on-i erv's pupils were uniformly clean and mat, there belnu some liTty pl.Us of all grades. They mere Jusl pi -iar-ins to o tliri.UKli the rai:tlce of Some Washington's birthday exerelse when the superintendent arrived. Two of Ihe hriKhtcM little chaps In Ihe country sre in this school. j iKnitcio fandeiurla mid Chin ito (lari lii. each about five years old, and who w lit lo Ihe black board ntul piped out In the best Knitllsh win i v. r heard. lonK sentemes an the oburd. polntinR to emit word in turn with .4 poliili-r, and koIiik tliroui;h the pro ' nunclutioii if lomt lists of separate' words without a simile ndai.ilie. 1 Ii. ouickness with which they learn the language and barn how to read and, spell la soim thing ali:i lutely aiiiaz-. IIIK. iueh aork as Is helm .lone in' thise two sehoois is mosl inci.urii Inu and means that the next crop oi Steam Engine & Boiler For Sale at a Bargain Th w M-! o College of A. K M A. boated st .g. a iillorsl Col lege, ,r Mexico, has tor sale, si u barEiin. n eneine and boiler In good running ord. r Thev are la.ih ni ide l.y Ihe Kri- Kniiine Works. The cinfim- i of the horiu.ntal l..r, "t bp.. eilb lwlnnc.-d valve and 5arden-r ball governor and two !.! h. , is. 21 treh.s by ta In. hes f spectivcly. Tbe boll.-r Is of the locomotive t; !-, 33 hp. with pi t ifl grates. The -nifine Is so i onstructt d tbl It may be pbu e, iniii.r lh forward part of th" boiler Ih'is utilizing the minimum of sp.n e. I he I oiler has mv eta. k hi' h need for three days only. The ColVgr mil aat-ll th outfit lomjl-ie for l",.("i cash f. o. b.. Misllla I'ark. Vew Mexico. Thl Is a iuiiI boy and will I t the needs ot a ia!i J ainf n plant. proepe-t out fit or small mill. Apply to J. 0. MILLER, Registrar for Ihe College, Vl.llKIITIIMl. (fllJJK.r, MV MKMCO. DUST n'Hlve citizens up and down ttfls vnl li v re trolnir to he intelllucni. useful people, irnfres:lv and with Ihs hrsi Kind of rnonl tintnlnif. Tho vulu.) ( f the I'uik these te.j hrrs nro doing Cinnt be overestimated. UGLY GUN FIGHT AT Son Puts Bullet Into Intoxicated Father During Scuffle in Rooming House; Victim Recover, S,ierliil t'nrrrsMimlrae to Mornlna Jon null DeniitiK, N. M Feb. 10. A Serious shootinu affray took place short ly alter midiilKht lust night In the Meluiniel roomlnit house, on Sil ver nvenuo. It uppcura thnt H, V. MeUanlcl came Home last nlKht In A tatc ol intoxication, first cicatlng ,t dlsliii iiiincp in the new Mi Daniel rooiniiiK bouse, next door to the tele phone huihllnir, on Sliver avenue. When be left this plae(. he went di rectly to the other Meluiniel roomlnK house, near Ihe Iieming livery stable. on the south side of r!iv,.r avenue. enue. . wife Tlwv I At this staue he ran across his and stepson, lliley (icorae, Tl entered the house where a .,,rrirt 1 took place between (.curve and M. liaiilel, each knockliisT one another down sovern I times. Finally McDan lel started to hunt a six-shooter that was on a sh. if i.!vv. th col upon which (Icorae n .;!e'plna. A light ensued and (Jeorge, in order to pro tect himself slid mother, fired at Me luiniel at close rungc. the bull strik ing a rll on the right side und coin I in: out at th back. A physician was , called and when the lollilnir was re moved the bullet fell to Ine lloor. He was removed Immediately to tho Ladies' hospital, where a minute ex amination was made of the wound. It" is resting easy today at noon. While Hie wound is serious it is not considered that any fatal results will result. icorae was taken to jail shortly after the shooting, and lie will prohatdv l.e given a hearing this morninr nod be allowed ball. The Producers' Power company has received one car of machinery for the powir plai.t that Is to he estab lished one mile east of luiulng. The remainder of the machinery. consleS in .f four car penis, will be here within the next week- or ten tluju. Results From Journal Want Ads I 1