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T Moore Ranges ie or $ ON APPEAL IN Per Month from 5 Acres of Land That Can be Bought at from $300 Per Acre Up. So Long as Judge Raynolds' Decision Stands, Citizens of Albuquerque Are at Mercy of Water Company, THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1912. NS1STS mm 1001 -JZZjL ; ligl i! ' i i ' mmn m mi in i BRADEN CASE Spfoi ll features of the "MOOIiH." combined with the UHiial i i;t J i -ties i,( a first class rniivo. make it The Stove for You ri J SOME SPECIAL FEATURES Controler Damper MlinltK'S CnN'TIl' .!: li I A M f K 1 ! is an over f (inln.lir.K device and is a pipe damper aail u check iliimiH-r combined and is Im-ated III the pipe just uliuvi! nn.l ,n t Midi- 111,, roiruiar damper. Hy its lift; one-third In one-half ul" the I" 1 1 I can In. saved. As the heat is null crated in the firebox anil circulated around tin" own ii can hi perfectly mn. trolled hy Ihe use of the O ntrol Hamper, ll is an indispi nsible font urn in connection with Mrs. Hol er's (luide and Mf ll It H'S liven Thermometer, us liy its use a uniform heat may he held with-' out additional fuel. Hot Blast Fireback MOOttM'M . Hoi Ulast, Kvcrlastins Fit-cbuek means a vast sav ins; in fuel as it hums the Kas, the smoke and the soot of sofl coal and burns the cheapest made of .dacic as well as the hesl lump. This fit'e , ., luicli Is made in three sections, each i;,olinn friiiiri.m-tiM lui i ns flues on the hack side extciuliuK from I v the top to the bottom and on the face side or V. 's.'J'A.J front ar.. nari'iMV nettieiaiieular slots about four inches lonn' and tlitco-cinhths of an inch wide, opening into Ihe Hues. 1 he air is admitted iirried up these nigh the slots 'I. The gas- of the coal, iniles and is scaping UP l!y burning in lieat units -l as herd e 1 Mno'tK'x Hot Ulast Fireback 3Mnvja ? accomplishes Ibis. Moore's Hinged Top Meats and Fish an' more tender when broiled directly over the live coals and the brovvinil toast is more crisp and delicious. Thin patented device allows of this beitiK done and at 'he same time Is so airarmed as to prevent a in smok,. or smell escaping into the room. Iviverythitm; is drawn up the chimney. When feeding the lire the I ringed Top will be found a very ureal convenience. o spilling of fuel, no smoke in the kitchen and Ihe fire can be fed evenly. Moore's Anti-Scorch Lid Moo I Ami Scorch bid is very useful in king cereals, milk or oystei:; or anylhing which a slight scorch would spoil. The lid pre vents the flight. 1 scorch. Moore's Simmering Cover MoniiU's Siiniii' rile; Cover is a small lid in the center of one of the large lids which permits the use of a very small vessel directly over !lie file. 'NJfjkjji through ilie draft opening, curried fjfkMytJfi flues, heated and discharged througl I 'o-lly against the sides of the fue I genci a;e, hy the partial burning ol 'Wj9&$P J mixes Willi ibe hot blast if air, igr l 4ijBjkQa7 '"'tiled in the firebox Instead of e the flue as in the ordin n v r'in're. '-32"" ,h" ,'""1 i os valuable in V. '.?sa'' I MOOUK'S Hot Ulas ' aef omnlishes Ibis. 21822G EAST CENTRAL In ;i coium milea t ion to the Morn ing .lolirnal, in re the recent decision rendered hy Judge Herbert I', liay nolda In the ease of Uradcn vs. the Water Supply Company, a prominent property' owner, who signs himself, "A Taxpayer," urws that an immedi ate appeal be taken from Ihe de cision, which w.Ik in favor of the Water Company, to the New Mexico supreme court, that thai tribunal may levicw the ease and pass Judgment thereon. The cumiiiuiiicat Ion, which Is ol Interist to citizens generally, fol lows: Alhmnicruiio, Aug. 2u. I!l-. Kditor Morning Journal: I'mler the recent decision of Judge Kaynohls in the ease of Hraden vs. ihe Alliiuiueritne Water Supply Com pany, it Is held that it citizen cannol sue Ihe water company for failure to provide water to extinguish a fire. In other words, It is purely optional with the water company and It can arid, trarlly at any lime'shut off the supply of water without any redress to the elt izens. So long as this decision stands, the citizens of AlbuueiiUe gel noihlng In tile way of fire protection from the water company In exchange for the valuable franchise granted ami Ihe large annual rental pnhl for the hy drants. Uradcn In his complaint, al leges that his property could have been saved if three buckets of water could have been obtained when the tire was first discovered, bin the pipes Were empty and he, a poor man, lost all he had' The judge of Ihe dislricl court has sahl he has no redress be cause his name docs not appear In the contract between the water com pany and Ihi' city and has refused to allow the ease to he heard on lis mer its. The matter Is too important to every citizen to allow It to lest at this. The supreme court of the state should pass upon it, so that the citizens anil Ihe insurance companies may know Just what righis accrue tinder the contract, nraden, as was said above, Is a ooor man and probably unable to bear the expense of appealing his. I ease to Ihe supremo court. Ibe city could set tip Ibe matter definilely at a comparatively trifling expense by passing an ordinance in the city coun cil, Instructing the city attorney to take the case lo the higher tribunal, rndotibledly the altornevs who rep resent Hraden would consent to I his arrangement and It Would then be known to Just what extent the citi zens are at the mercy of the water company. This case brings Ihe mallei up directly in point and a final deci sion would settle, the ituestion. Cntll. it is so settled the home of every property owner Is ill danger, for it is not probable that the officials of Ihe water company will make uny great exertion to provide waler for fire pur poses when Ihe court tells them ihey cannot he held responsible for any failure. The experience of Ihe past has been that a public utility corporation does just what it is compelled under the law to do and no more. It seems that the city council should take Ill's mutter up and il is not probable thai any taxpayer will object to the small expense involved when Ihe vital im portance of the (pieslion is consid ered. A TAXPAYEII, CONTRACT LET FOB BRIDGE BEPAIB AT BARELA5 County Commissioners Accept Bid of Missouri Valley Bridge & Iron Co, for bteel filing and Long Leaf Pine, I SENATOR CUMMIN S ENDORSES THE dial and is much appreciated by Miss l.isotor-1. a nc. The ehhi scout or the liiil Scoiitsi is still a visitor in Albuiueriiie, She' deelal GIRL SCOUTS In 1 p., Ill I" S Ihat tllele has been nothing sterious in her movanonis while, c. ilia i she is not afraid of news- r men and that she likes lo meet Pie Iowa Statesman Becomes Member of Advisory Board and Praises Movement in Letter to Founder Now in City Senator Albert 1!. Cummin--, of Iowa, has accepted a place on the advisory committee of the c.irl Senilis of America and heartily endorses the movement and the objects for which the organization stands, in a letlir re ceived yesterday by Miss Clara Adella I.isetor-Ijine, foundi r of the C,i l Scouts and at present ch'ef n out of the organization. Sonic time ago M is5 T.iyetor-l.anc wrote to Senator Cummins. asking hini to become a member of the ad visory committee. He apologize in bis letter for the delay in answering the note, saying it reached him but a few days ago. ile warmly endorses the movement, is unstinted in his raise of its nints and promises his heartv cu-opcration and assistance in insur ing the Ruecen of the movement. Sen ator Cummins' letter ia extremely col - While lu re. Miss l.isei or-I.a ne also has received a letter from the pub lishers of the liclineator magazine, asking lo r to write an extended story on ihe girl scout movement for publi cation in that periodical. This she vviil do in Ihe near future. DEATHS AND FUNERALS Mrs. l ord's Molly Se"l li-l. Yesterday afternoon on Santa Fe train X". -'. the body of the late Mrs. Johanna Ford, who died last Satutdav, was sent to Delaware. ! ., while final illl. rmeli! w ill be made. The hoib va. accompanied by Mr. ami Mis. T. .'. I oi it, John V. Ford, and Mi-s Nor.ih Ford. Yisleiilay morning al H o'clock, .. ii,,. Immaculate Conception cb'ireh. Mineral services for ihe de ceased wre held. These were laruclv aMellded hv friends of the family. Ite (lliem mass was celebrated by Ibv. Fin her A. M. Matidalari. while the senior choir rendered sa red music. The palibearets at the funeral were M s To riiev. J. Cowell, M. o Doti nell, J. Heaven. I A. Te.-sier and V. II. Itiul.e. Honorary pallbearers ri'iip-n-tii'"-' 'he sodality, were Mrs. w il i!rl.. Mrs. J. Covvell. Mrs. I.. A.'tc-m. ' Mfs- J. s- leav en. Mrs. Ii. J Ki b her and Mrs. John Powers. Results from Journal Want Ads The board of county commissioners of liernnlillo county yesterday held a brief meeting at the court house at which they b-l 11 contract for the re pair of the llarelas bridge, partially destroyed last spring hy high water In the liio Crande, and another con tract for the extension of the old Al bliiueriiie sewer, one thousand feel southward. A number of minor matters were transacted, but these two contracts were ihe most important business of Ihi- meeting. The brilge contract was given on Proposal No. :t. of the Missouri Val ley liridge M Iron Co., the eoiiiiaclors for the original construction of the bridge. The contract calls Cor steel piling fifty feel in length, driven until serious obstruction is encountered, ot to lilty feet below low water mark, or until a ii.'boi pound hammer falls lo move it without injury lo the pile. Long loHf pine will be used for string ers and beams. The stool construction will he a very durable one, and in the event that river protection makes the repair work unnecessary at some future time, can lie removed much easier than could wooden piling. It has the additional advantage of be ing suitable for use again. The contract price for the building of 3511 feet or bridge on the west end of the present strucliire, is $r,!0(i. The contract for the exlen-iou of the sewer vvas awarded to T. J. Jack sic, whose bill for the work was $.su. The other bidder, John Sti 'multilist, wanted f.s.'o for the work, liond war set at tZ"'D for the contractor. The ex tension is at the outfall of ihe sev.er on Trimble avenue. On motion of Chairman Alfred c.runsfeld. a warrant for $l!,Onil. pay able to V. II. C.ilb nwaler, was order ed drawn. This warrant is on account of moneys spent by Mr. blb nwati i in 19H. when he was supervisor of I'.oad District No. :!. and limit tin road from AlbU'iueniue to Old Allot- Ullennie. The tax roll for IS 12 was approved attd ordered traicutitfed lo the stale auditor. The holuli! of Pedro Pallez and Anw Question.... Can a man make a living lor himsoll ami lamilyoii a live-acre garden anil Inrminn tract in B UM jruac (Gillenwater Farms) Answer. It depends entirely upon the man. There is no question but that the land and water can do it. Example.... One-half acre for house, barn and outbuildings. ! One-half acre planted to garden and fruit. Four acres of alfalfa, growing four crops per annum, will feed five cows, and if aver age good ones, will earn $1 00 each in milk and butter, besides the calves, which sell for about $1 0 each, in all amounting to $550. To this can be added two brood sows, raising two litters each year and fed on alfalfa pasture should result in twenty-five pigs, weighing two hundred pounds or more that will sell for $15 each, making a total of $375. The place would also easily support 250 hens, which will net a profit of $275 per annum. Recapitulation Cows and Calves $550 Pigs 375 Chickens 275 ;; Total ..; ...$1,200 $100 a month, besides all the vegetables, fruits, chickens, milk, butter and eggs you can use on your own table. Bouvelard Place is located along the new Rio Grande Boulevard (now building), two and one-half miles from the city, and is subdivided into several hundred choice garden and building lots 25x1 50 feet each, which we are quoting at from $50 to $1 00 per lot, and a number of two and one-half acre orchard and farming tracts at from $300 per acre up, terms to suit purchaser. Similar Colorado lands in same state of high cultivation are now bringing from $1,000 to $1,500 per acre, and pay a profit on that valuation. See the fancy chickens in our show windows, 115 S. Second street, and ask for a free ticket to the drawing for next Saturday evening. Telephone us and our auto will call for you, or see any real estate dealer in town for plats and prices. Suburban Realty Company, Owners OFFICE ROOM 3, FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING. TELEPHONE 899 B. SELLERS, Sac$ mmcrs Office Also on the Ground iom r- KtLLT, IC l'adllla, approv ed. M. Matulell. for pre on whn Ii be is ri -i lurulsb in Ins eapa- easill er, Wa : la I'll d. ilistrileled I" leipleKl el- to Mlipel'v be III. liernnlillo eiiuntv' Initio I'haVez y l'adilla, as blllelieis Were filed ami The (l.i 1 1 1 1 nt mlmii on ibe I. (Uil'ed by lavv I' eily as eolinly ll Tlie clerk wax the slate engine expenditure of .shale of tbe iner protect imi fund, which amoiiniK Ibis vear lo about JL'.JTiii. The county Iuih no money in the treasury available for tbi- pur pose, aside from this slale lutid. I'ermisHion vvas t-'lvvii V. 1 '. Tlia.y lon, iis an. ul lor I ir. J. K. 'ipes, to close two alb-vs hi II block ill the I ',1'ow'liewcl 1 bail addition lo He city which b id recently been I m r -ebased by tbe duclur lor use as n san itarium site. MR. COUNTRY MERCHANT! We run fuiiibh you with Just as Koiul btltler as V oil call buy i:it, be sides patronizing a New Mexico in dumry. our btuii-r is pasteurized and w ill compare ill quality and pi it e with the best. live us it trial and we will con vincc you. SUNSHINE CREAMERY, Albuquerque, New Mexico. 'irpheiim. 4 bb; reels of fine pb -I ill en. Cla WuJek'lilB. JOHNSON ITINERARY OCEAN TO OCEAN CAMPAIGN California Governor Will Leave San Firmcisco and End Last ward Tour Only Wlun Ho Roai'hcr, Now Yoik, ,. Ibiav. of California, and llvefetl ( 'oll.v , ol evv .lel-M V, 1 lib d oil I be eololiel li, lore Ills depal lllle oil Ills iaiiipib;ii (rip. The colonel would not dl i ass Ins collletcliees. 'ol ivii hsiamliiiK the spread of pro hibitum, the lepoll ol It .Illllli:-- t nun of Internal revenue s'oouh thai, for ihe lineal vear etidbiK .lulv. 1st. Iv a million dollais more was paid out lor revenue on vvhb.kv than iuiiniu.' ibe vear previous. The nil tax, s broke all prior record-.. .Inst the same drunkenness Is deereasiii;: I Me ib r.ib- di inklic; is on the In- 1 1 a--e. Ilr Mornlin .loiirmil Hi- lal l.!liM-lt U lr l N'evv Y'ilk. Auk. .''I. - I'rov.l essiv e national ip adoiiaiters Ii.ih u rra lined a partial Itinerary tor Ilie projected nip east of biivi ni'it Johnson, ol I'ab- fornt.i. e; lidlil.l le or V C e president. (loveirior .lohicoii il was learned lodav vvi'l I. ive San I'l a IP is,i( on An. )i!.isl 7 1 1-. lie will no P. Salt Lake ll liy Whole lie Will -ii Ilk Oil the CVell- j ii; ol Aiuiiisi 'i,th: lieiiver Aimust I :isl. Mn iiT thr-uih Kansas and .e- Tlle tobacco trust. Ihat Solved, has Just paid a ill 'Jll per I i III. ,vi dls- llelld Of tailed li Mrs I'.. ll.inv Storer hi declare foi Ilo Ihird party. Results from Journal Want Ads When whole slates In-Kin lo sin; '( in vv a i d. I 'In isl la n Soldiers, " II Is lime for the cynical old parties to lako waiuim: -ihat a cainpniMi Is on. A. S. Jones, of tb r.ut Pharmacy. tTileo, Ciil., who has handled Koley ,v i'o.'h medicines for many years, says: '! consider that Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, has no ecpml, and is 1 1 in' coiikIi medicine I cull moiiimcinl ns containing no narco tics or other harmful properties." The genuine In a yellow paekuuu. J. II. D'libdly Co. CHICHESTER'S PILLS W 1 III ll A HUAMt. X h...kM-lrr' lUw..NJ Tlrady I'tll. In !( a D1 i.-filli.V imuJ with Hit Kitrfti, XS 1 k lhr It mjt mf jour v UriMtnL A.h t ll l.t iri H.TFHMI SOI D BY DRUGGISTS VRVttHRE et;ika ind on to evi Yor!.. i lam oln iovi-rnor Jobiison will Flu nk at the Ni l.raka slate l onven- i;on ol I ll c prot'l elv e p.illv. He Will ,i -o !ieak at the llblil ,111,1 New full, e:ili. ol I V e li I Ions, ,:ihisi;v i i t him i ssi s I I KM, )l 1 l.MK. ! iivst.r IS. iv. N. V.. Aim. -'. I'o lllleal eolMlillolls Ul three lates vv I re I, poll., I to I'lilmiil Koomi v. ll I. .day a a el M s ot t olifer, liees. Conclers llijo faliiloel tb, of Hnlite,ula . i'luunK r r . Venus and Palmer's Violet Talcum Powder k3JtXIUl. 1 5 cents a box ; worth 25 cents Williams Drug Co., BIX'E ntONT, 117 U'twt Cent rat Montezuma Trust Company ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO. Capital and Surplus, $100,000. INTEREST ALLOWED ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS.