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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1912.
CURES INDIGESTION MODEL HIGHIVAY TQ WVY A Y ? ? ? ? t Ten Cents Per Copy. i BE OVER 100 AND STOMACH , Absotuiefy Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Crape Cream of Tartar "no alum, no lime phosphate BELEN FARMERS ARE AT WORK IrJ E AHNEST Good Winter Leaves Ground in Excellent Shape for All Kinds of Crops; News Notes of Beien, tiprrlul OirraepoDdtm'e to Moriilug Journal Helen, N. M., March 11. Farming in earnest has onco more rommenoed Id and around Belen. As a. result of i very good wlqter, the ground is now in excellent shape for every kind of crops,, and the agriculturists and fruit growers are getting everything' into ihnpa for the season's 'work. With water in the ditches, and every pros pect that thero will be a continued supply throughout the summer, und with more snow than usual to enrich the foil, there is an excellent prospect for this summer. On Sunday morning at five o'clock death came to Jean Louise Heinken, the nine months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles J, Relnken. The child had been suffering for some time nd was worn out, death coming only when the strain could ba endured no longer. The child was born In Helen on Juno 4th last. " Impressive funeral rites were sol emnized at the home at 4:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon, a large number of the friends and relatives Of the family being present. The sevices were In charge of Rev. K. M. Hutchins, of Belen. During the services a number of selection were sung. Interment was made In Terrace Grove cemetery at Belen. Work on the new reading room and club house which the Sunta. Fe is electing in Belen for the benefit of its employes is progressing very rapidly. Inside work is now being pushed rapidly as possible, In un effort to have the entire building ready for occu pancy very soon. When completed the building will be a most excellent one in every respect. Several of the cider employes of the railroad at this point are seeking the appointment of librarian. Among them, J. D. Abell peenis to bo the favorite. A petition is being -circulated in favor of Mr. Ahull, who is not active himself in Kicking the appointment, lie is the oldest employe in the service locally, and it is expected that the petition will be grunt'.Ml by Mr. Itusser. The Choral club held its regular rehearsal on .Monday evening with a giiod attendance. The work on lieii mlt's "May tjiii-cii" In progressing nicely. . H. K. Davis r turned from Los Luims Saturday evening, where ho had spent the week as a iimtnbcr of the grand Jury. lira. W, J. Duvison will leave Helen in a few days for an extend -d visit with re la lives in Muriutty. Sho will he accompanied by her two daugh ters, Mr. J. H. Pecker, of Helen, is spending a few days in Albuquerque on a pleasure trip. Frank O. Fischer and Oscar Uoebcl were In Albuquerque on Thursday IT.OM TIIK NOIJTIt Where the Winters arc Snows Deep. COINTKV Cold and tin' Writing from the vicinity David Hamm made famous, a man says that he was an hal itual coffee drinker, and, although he knew It was doing him harm, (Ta Is equally harmful, because It contains caffeine the same drug found in coffee) was too obsti nate to give it up. till all at once he went to pieces with nervousness anl insomnia, loss of appetite, weak ness, and a generally, tised-up feeling. hich practically unfitted him for his arduous occupation, and kept him on n couch at home when his duty did "i call him out. ' While in this condition (trape zius tiHid was suggested to me and lesan to use it. Althoush It wss In I middle of winter and the ther n i meter was often !elow ero, nl- st my entire living for about six ' xs of severe exostire was on Gi-'pe-Nuts food "with a little bread " I butter and a cup of hot water, till I was wise enough to make Fo- 1 1 my table beverage. . "After the first two weeks I betran ' bcl lietter and during the whole uler I never lost a trip on my mall '-te. frequently being on the road ' er 8 hours at a tim. "The ronstunt marvel to me was h" a person could do the amount of "rk and endure the fatigue and hardship as I did. on so small am mount cf food. Hut I found my new rations so perfectly satisfactory that I have continu d them-"-usiiig t"h Postum and (Jrape-Nuta at every "'-"I. and often they comprise my entire meal "All ruy ncrvousncts. trrltabilitv nl inmnntiia have disappeared and heaMhy, fixture I sleep has com ' back t no-. .Hut what has been erhas the greater surprise to me is the tact 'ht with the benefit to my general hilth has rom a remarkable im provement In my eye-sight. "If a v;ihmI .ippetite. good digestion, 'HMi eve-Fight, strong nerves and n ettve brain are to tw desired, 1 van ,v from my ow n exn ri 'n-.-. use CraK -Nuts and I'ostum. Name given h Postuin C" . Battle Creek, Mich. Heart the little bcok. "The Koad t "Hlvllle," in pkgs. -There's a rea in." Krr n-ail ihr- alxitc h-Uer? A new evening at which time they witnessed the boxing' bout at the Klks' theptei. Luther- Fust r, dean of tho New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanical Arts, accompanied by hU brother, were in Helen on Saturday. While here they looked over tho adja cent eoiiutry. They proceeded to Al buquerque in the evening. " Miss McCnuloy has returned troiii AllitKiiicrqiie. Kh.'f went upon Sunday evening, n turning Monday evening. 'Max 1 'alien of this city was a busi ness called in Albuquerque one duy last week. Saturnlno 1 Inert, has returned from Los Lunas wher-; he acted as Inter preter for the grand Jury. MISERY MANY APPLICATIONS TO GRAZE CATTLE ON FORESTS More Than Two Hundred Grow ers of Sheep and Beef Stock Ask Permission to Range Their Animals on Reserves. This is the season when the for est supervisors are busy handling ap plications from ranchers and stock growers to graze their animals on the the national forests. Already, moM than 200 of these have been handled by the local office of the Manzano and Zuni forests. The grazing system allows 2,800 horses or cattle and 4,r,nn aWp to be grazed on the Manzano forest-and 3,900 horses or cattle and 49,000 sheep to be grazed on the Siunl forest. This capacity has been reached only once, three years ago. That year was ex ceptionally dry, and growers found it hard to get good runge off the for ests. Tho system prevents any over crowding, whatever, and as it has reg ulations regarding over-stocking the range, proper removal to different beddirfg-'grounds every few days, and other measures calculated to main tain the quality of the range, it is said that the grazing facilities now offered by the national forests are actually better than they were a few years ago, notwithstanding the fact that they have been In constant and neavy use. The niaintainance of good range and liberal treatment accorded the stockmen by the for -at service has made many friends for the govern ment men, who now number many stock growers among their most staunch upholders. Inlideed, so great have be-n the strides made by the range under pro per supervision, and so beneficial has been the effect of that supervision on Its resources that u movement is now on foot to placo tho whole of the public domain under a some what similar system. TAFT ASKS CONGRESS TO REIMBURSE TEXAS Washington, March 1 2. President Taft late today sent to congress a brief message, recommending an upproprii tlon sufficient to reimburse the staff er Texas for additional rangers em ployed in policing and patroling" the Mexleantboider the last three months of 111. and January of 1S12. Patrol service by the rangers, the president said, saved the United States a more extended army patrol. No Gas, Heartburn, Headache or Dyspepsia Five Minutes After Taking the First Dose of Diapepsin, ... - Why not get Bome now this mo ment, and forever rid yourself of Stomach trouble and Indigestion? A dieted htomach gets tho blues and grumbles. Givo it a good cat, then take, rape's Diapepsin . to start the digestive juices working. There will bo no dyspepsia or belching of Has or eructations of undigested food; no feeling like a lump of lead in the stomach of heartburn, sick headache and Di..l-ieis, and your food will not ferment nnrt poison your breath with nauseous d rs. rape's Dlu pepsin costs only 50 cents for a largo case at any drug store here, and will relieve the most ohstltiute case of Indigestion and Up- Hft Stomach in five minutes. i Here is nothing else netier 10 iasn Gas from Stomach and cleanse the stomach and Intestines, and, hesuie one single dose will digest and pre pare for assimilation Into the blood all your food the same as a sound, healthy stomach would do it. When Diapepsin works, your stom- nch restsi gets itself In order, cleans up and then you feel like eating when you come to the table, and what you eat will do you good. ' Absolute relief from all Stomach Misery Is waiting for you as soon an you deride to take a little Diapepsin. Tell your druggist that you want Pape's Diapepsin, because you want to be.com thoroughly cured this time. Remember, If your stomach feels out of order and uncomfortable now, you call surely get relief In five min utes. ' MILES LONG NEW MEXICO ONLY ALLOWED SIX DELEGATES Its Selection of Eight Republi cans to Chicago National Convention Oversteps Offic ial Call. fBy Morning Journal Nuerliil I.ed H'lra.J Washington. March 12. Officials of the republican national committee have been asked about the fact New- Mexico has chosen eight delegates to the Chicago convent ion, tiHhoiqrli the call for tho convention entitles the new sate to six. The New Mexican delegation chosen last week has been claimed In part both by Tall and Hooscvi.lt supporters. The reprei-vn-tation of states in "lite Chicago con vention is based on the new congres sional apportionment, two delegate for each senator and member of con gress. New Mexico now has two members of congress, but under the new appor tionment will be entitled to only one. Secretary William llayw.trd of the committee has been asked for a ruling. Will Be Over Hundred and Fifty Feet Wide With . Room for Autos, Trolleys, Wagons, Pe destrians and Conduits, ISpwtnl rrrMMindenr la Murnlng Journal) Xew York, March. 10. '1 lie good roads question la one, which today Is occupying tho attention of ever thinking man In tho I'tc'ed States. This qut'Htlou docs not iilt.it alone the farmer or automoblllM, but is one which Is of vital Importance to all, owing to the fact that cvciy extension of the good roads movement and the completion of very new artery h.u resulted not only in a greater produc tion of food stuffs In thai paiiletilai section, but has cheapened them on account of the small cost of getting them into the market. Although at the present time there are between 13.000 and liu.mni miles tif improved roads in tlic I'nitcil States, either under eomdructlon ot proposed, no section of road is receiv ing the careful Investigation or Is being watched as closely by (be road makers of the country and by good roads advocates, as Is tho luti-mlle road which (leu. T. Coleman Pupoiit Is constructing at his own expense through the stato of Delaware. (Jeneral Dupont felt that any antontit of money which he' ftilglu give for a road would bo of far greater ben d' It and would have a tar greater influ ence on tho brlppltwBB snd, material prosperity of trie people of his state than any other project he might se lect. . To quote his own words: "My object in building the road Is not only to provide a good highway w here It is badly neoded, but uImo to work out In a practical way a problem that will, It successful, revolutionize the building of roads in the United States. The problem Is, how can a free country road be built to make It pay Its orig inal cost, cost of maintenance and a fair return on the money Invested." The solution of t'hls problem as worked out by Cencrul Dupont, us u result of his experience on the Dela ware road, Is a system of graduated assessments, so arranged that all who receivu direct benefits, from the road are to bear their share of lis expense, at the outset, and will later bu t'-coinpc used by rentals ,r the un used portions of the road itself. Suppose, for instance, that this Delaware road was being conslructid by this method, instead of beltiu give!) by (itneral Dupont,: tin the V Y t r f y y ? ? r r r ? ? t ? y y j y y y y y y y y t y y f y y y y o M l4 V Ui 0 u D 0 CO 06 CO 13 c u 0 0 to c c u 0 s A 0 : : : Boost 'for New Mexico THE SUNSHINE STATE 1 : : : : i i i If you have not already sent a copy of the ALBUQUER QUE MORNING JOURNAL'S HISTORICAL AND RESOURCES EDITION to your friends, pq SO RIGHT NOW! LET THEM KNOW that New Mexico, the Sunshine State, is an Agricultural ParadiseThe Homeseckcrs' Haven -The Investors' Profitable Field. LET THEM KNOW the possibilities and future of the new stato, LET THEM KNOW that Albuquerque is the Metropolis of the new state. : . EIGHTY PAGES of the mast interesting reading matter with hundreds of illustrations, REMEMBER, we send any number to any address or ad dresses you wish, postpaidfor 1 0c a copy. , Boost for New Mexico-NOW e : o 3 ft 0 c 3 2L W 0 c CO m a CSV 0 3 Ten Cents Per Copy, y y y y y j y y f y y y y y y y y y y y y y y f y y y y y y y x I I y- y t groat value to the Btate. One of them Is the toutulallon of several agricul tural uxpcrimentitl stations. In (barge of trained men, which will be main tained by the revenue of the road. At these experimental stations It Is pro posed 'to work out carefully the spec-Ing breaks and lal nroldenis of each Individual sec-, r luineu Dupoiv Hon of thl" Ntafe ii nil thus be able to, thun the penetration system. In the penetration s.vsteiu the Hlotica net hav ing been evenly covered with asphalt, are.upt to shllt when the asphalt is softened by the heat of the nun or Is contracted by extreme cold, thus chiih- iiii-vciiri'ss In the The "C'hlld'a Welfare" movement has challenged the attention of thoughtful people everywhere. Mothers are na tural supporters, and will find In Foley's Honey and Tar Compound a most valuable aid. Coughs and colds that unchecked lead to croup,- bron chitis and pneumonia yield quickly to the healing ami soothing qualities of Foley's Honey nnd Tar Compound. J. II. O'Rielly Co., Local Agents. Try a Journal Want Ad, Results read some twenty-six acres of bind have been condemned for every mlK of road. Hevenue from the road wll' bo partially derived frojn. trolley franchises, from wa,tcr, . .telephone telegraph ,and wwer rl jht ot wui rentala and partially .from the r nlai of that part of the twenty-Kin a,iv." per mile, which is 110$ used for uctuu: road construction. j. Ah laid out, the Ijtipotit.roud con sists of some seven parts, although not all of them will be developed itii. niodlutt ly, the idea having to Increase the size of the road as the trnllio becomes heavier. When completed tho road will oomdi.t of a forty loot strip in the middle, which will be given over to automobile, and on either side of this lolly foot strip, a fifteen loot strip, which has been re served for trolley lines. Peyotul tho trolley lilies there will bo thirty foot roads for horse drawn vehicles and heavy traffic Adjoining each of these last named roads w'll lie dirt roads, fifteen ect wide, under which will be laid water pipes, sewers, telephone ami telegraph conduits, ot. eliminating any necessity for touring up lilt, paved portion of the road. As will In. seen, the total acreage utilized lor the road. In spile of the magnlficint width and arrangement, will not come near taking up the twenty-six acres reserved, and It Is from this remainder that It Is expeet td considerable revenue- for road maintenance can be derived.' (lenernl Dupont h is conceived sev- ral other features, which he itileriuc to put through ami which will r,e of advise the farmers In such a way as ,o Increase their material prosperity. (iineral Dupont also Intends to set monuments 1,000 feet apart, ulong the whole length of tho road, these points being csialillshcd so accurately that tiny can servo, us ."huso polnta" in any future surveys of the state. In the actual construction of the road many experiments are being tried, which will be exceedingly use ful for rei'c rence purposes nnd for the , alliance of future road maker. Al-i .hough different systems of road con struction have been experimented upon, it Is probaiilu twit eitner me bliiililhle or penetration system will be tired, I'olh of these systems arc alike at the beginning, tho basis of both h,'ing a concrete foundation nhot, I six lie Im h dei p, which Is lab) after the road has been properly giaded mill drained. In the bitulltblc process the top dressing, which Is rolled until iluee or lour Inches thick, is composed of crushed stone which has been thoroughly coaled with as phalt by being run through a mlx- lhns ing machine. In the penetration pro cess the crushed stone Is graded over the foundation and melt, id asphalt Is lin n poured on top of It. In cither case a top course of phalt and rami Is carefully applied ami rolled and Ibis not only it u: a hinder and levels any slight Inequal ities of I he ri iul surface, bin als s, rv es to Peep ruin or snow w.ttcr j i.iii, pi nitrating the road hi l )i'i ure. While the hllulithlc process Is limn expensive, It withstands the action of the elements belter In ninny respects, The -Importance and value of gin-h u project as tlils'ono undertaken by (Jeneral Dujionl cannot well be over estimated. It Is Important and miIii able, not itlone to th retdd tits of Delaware, whose benefits are dlreel ami Immmliat,!, but Indirectly as well to tho entire country, for many new ami complex, problems I" read build ing have been solved by Hi lu rid Du pont it nd the corps of experts assist ing him in the task of liulldtrq; this notable contribution to the good roaiN movement. HoWith whose fragrance Is too sweet lo waste itself in this obi world of :lii In and sin. Tho babe only three years old was one of the most beatitl-1 lul lit his last sleep that the writer has ever seen and tho funeral,, though, simple, was one. of tenderness that tried to exprcsj the sweetness of the llllle life that wan gone. A host of sympathetic friends filled thr, rooms id tho home during the laat services over the Utile sleeper. It. P. TOUlEIlf..' ; Dr. W. K. Provlnes, specialist In eye, car, nose nnd throat, wilt return (o his of l ice, I'.udiii l, (iruut building, In a week or ten days. BEAUTIFUL TRIBUTE TO DEPARTED CHILD. BY A LOCAL MINISTER Here nnd there It Is given men and woliiuii to 'possess lltllo mien of pecu liarly bnaullfiil characters. Such a child, was llllle Sherman Taylor Al len. His bright sunny disposition was seldom If ever clouded, his happiness seemed spontaneous The -Good Roads Movement in Delaware New Road Being Built. from End to End of State t: ami bubldliig over. His sweetness and geiitbliess Was so marked us to greatly Influence the family and many friends who fame into the home, bis smile wan , omagloiiH and his sympathy was quick ami keen. Kvcn as a babe he seemed to take the whole lainlly Into hlH heart ami to love them nil wllh passional,' fullness. (ireal, strong men who irkw and then enuie Into tin home were much Impressed with the tenderness und Joyfiilncss of filth Sherman. As Is so often the case with children of tiiiiiMti.il beauty ami lovell-, ness ol character, he was taken so sudd, nly from the home that the hearts of the loved ones were broken before they realized he was to go. r'olne way these children of the most winning personalities and promise of great things ale plucked like rare OPEN LETTER To Over a Million Owners of Hyomci Inhalers. Pceaiisi- of tin, enormous sales of IIYOMKI din-lug the present year, wo ilc-m It advisable to publish this I I tt r. HYiiMp;i has cured more cases of catarrh (acute, chronic, iikllil and .-tllbliol l) I tllllll nil the entai l ll spe ijallsls In America.1 Hut In order to get the best and quickest I'l-MllltS tho di r-'c tbins shou Id bo closely followed. Change the gau.e 111 tho Inhllcr every week, or, better still, every four days remove both stopp us from' iu liaier before using. Never mind how- etrnpgly of HV- nMKI the Inhaler Btnclls, to get ac tual benefit I fi ilrops ol IIYoMKI should le poured Inlo the Inhaler three times a day. A less amount won't destroy the germs. Iteid tho direction carefully nnd If von ure afflicted with a stubborn case of catarrh use the vapor treat ment us directed, Itemcmber thai tho little hard rub her Inhalq- will last a lifetime nil- , that an extra bottle of HYoMICT an' generous simply of gauze i nn be oli mined for only r.O cents. A complete IIYOMKI outfit Incluil ing Inhaler costs $1.00 at J. H. O ltlel ly Co.. .mil dealers everywhere. Jdoiioi back if not satisfied when you use II YO.MKI for catarrh, catarrhal deafness, coughs, colds and croup. I if i i ii w !rm YOUTEB DOWN to v&rxyou do tsoi ime. .-rvrei ran n-?r i": CAfA int.. r " v. 1 w,-,r:i r CIASSMD am a p ar from linn lo tlnir. TV fcftlli 3 tr-tiiiliw ii-m ami full ff hwiuan air