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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1912.
TWO ALL FOURTH CLASS ELDER OR 0 Z G 0 KOCIALISTS WILL Absolutely Bottled inBond 6' TREATED BADLY POSTMASTERS TO NAUGURATE BIG Look for the j"Stewart" Trade Mark f IT, IS YOUR GUARANTEE OF A 1 PERFECT STOVE OR RANGE The Royal Stewart: Represents Practical Perfection in a Cooking Apparatus -'W 1 ffik tii&fl I .vfciVfUai imA ' Made in Three jrpSjjri with Reservoir, with Gas Shelf THE ROYAL STEWART Nothing Better Made in a High-Grade STEEL RANGE Raabe & Mauger 115117 NORTH FIRST BE SAVED FROM DEMOCRATS President Taft Proposes to Place 36,038 of Uncle Sam's Employes Beyond Reach of Spoils System, HITCHCOCK IS TO RECOMMEND MOVE Chief Executive Believes Ail Government Officers Below Cabinet Members Should be Non-Political, I! EL PASO Aged Revolutionist Marched by Officers Through Streets Handcuffed While Peering Mob Hoots at His Heels, EEAR DEMOCRATS 3,000 FEDERALS TO BUSINESS NEED NOT GUARD BORDER EXPECTED FROM CAPITAL (Continued IVuiii UN l'nr.) tlfibli'. However, lilt' Mexican slate department 1m expcilcd to make for mal application for 'i,n,pus' extradi tion on the chume of niunlcr. He Is aliened to have shot In death u ,'our ler fnirn Colonel illrmi while the courier was handlim him a message at Altar. A part of the orluliml rehel ham: of Hnilllo fninpn, now a I'nlletl States prisoner here, was ronleil hy federals tinder Culonul (llrtm, m I m al Carho. The rout wim complete nnd Kscnhosa, thti Insiirrecto lender, nuiilo h In cs cap afoot and lindens. He Ik said lo haVu been descried liy iiiohI of his men. Two relielH were killed n ml two captured. Jloth the Inlter were cxe culed. The feilentlH also captured twenty-seven horses, Hill puck animals and thirteen guns fighting at Kan yesterday, In defeated nnd mnllered. Another hand of rein Ik under Vnl cnzuelH raided lh Kineller town of Fitndlelo on Monday nnd burned bridges north of Santlnl on Hie South ern I'aelflc. A hand of hostile Yniiils In reported to have raided the town of Corral, after burning I ititU; on the Tontclil hrain h. I .leiitcnn lit Kn elseo, one of Cninpa'H officer, dli'd of SAYS GOVERNOR WILSON Presidential Candidate Cam paigns Through Pennsylvania During Continuous Rain Storm, KEYSTONE STATE IS CHANGING POLITICS If Party Should Bring Disaster Upon Country It Would Com mit Suicide, Declares New Jersey Executive, guns.' Thcie wan also'l"'. Morning Jrmjl apertnl l.f,,.-J Wlr 1 , ... , ,, Scrantoii, I'll., Sept. i:i. 'IhrnuKh ncho oHole, near roan . ' , . , , .. ' , rnlnv tvimsv Iv aula, ilovenior Wmul- which the rebels Were i , i . . i ,,,,,,,, . l ow Wilson rode today, campaigning as he went nnd nihil sslng thousands of perKoiiH, who crowded the wayside stations o see hlin. lie arrived here u1 11:12 o'clock tonight nnd pntiiol- paled In an mil hl'el la parade to the 'armnrv, wlvre n big ntnns picclli; trim held. Kl'imi the inolticnl the , drii rntlc cnndlilnie crossed the state j line ai riillllislnir, New Jersey, ninl vmv' v " " " si.o I al llnstnn. Kelaware. Water- woundK today al l.lano, uw ording to I ( ,,, ,,.,,, .,,. ii.lsl,iirg. ther all official niessiiK' I'O.MMTIOVS (.HOW Mtllti; ( OMI'l.K I I l IX Ml A M O, !;i I'aso, Sept. Willi the socnll ed socialist movement In Solium, urnj eo'g I'e.hel folccM entering l.'oallulla i ll I stragglers from both factions engag ing atlciitloii In Chihuahua, the i . I -hin for the gov ei n in cut In the three border KiateH today appears dlffn nil Those three elates cnniprlses a terri tory eipial lo lhal ol any three west-j co ered crowds I, were inulii'cl tiieet hlin. It w.im Kclllnu Inward dusk when tile Bovornnr liai hed SirondshiirK and ii he lei'iied Iron, the rail of Hi'1 ol.ni vat ion platform the hrakeinan removed a rear llltht. "They know we doh'l need any ar Hltclal liht," said llo- i a inlid.i I e. anml 1. 1 uyht.-r, "and that ther,. Is no dan er on the pari of a democratic can didate of a mn ,1 collision, hey., ice crn Mates I,, (ho I'liUcd Stales, and to gariiBon every (own and unard e cry riillVvny would iimuIic the major por- j lion of the Mexican iirmr. whli h at presint also is eimaiied will! the pa la revolution In the smilh of .Mex-I Jco. I NevH rein hcil here to,i.,' of a hat-j tl. last Week 111 Which nearly Mia li lels nlmoM nniilhlliited tns tclerals at a. point in 'lillin.ihiin h. lnw Sun derMtii, Tex. t 'allien, en arrl Inu al.San- Uerwill report that the I'attle Kl'onnd Ik cneied with dead. Toe lelnls arc t.eltcVed to l.e lho"e of liellernl I'as- caul , ,roc,i's eMitimiHid who since hi tas"cd eer the I 'likluiahna stale lulu Cfmhlltlil to I he holder Mate I" the eaU. aMidiHK all form Ida nie ted- eral force?, I iemial F.. , Steever at fort I'lisf tolllnht reielved a lepolt of the lo,.t ItiK of a Mexl. an lior.l. i town hy re pels mko are opeiatinu liclnw Si. mi Ithinca, Tex. The redeial a,m nml.-r tiin.r.ils Hnciu .iinl Teli.'Z is proefi'd liil! iowhiiI Ho- 1 1 x "f , 'lulei.i hna. the spile capital s-oitl, uf Jimn No Klstuio e ha1 I" n si hi P., - k to I'c.ir- nll. the Atll- Mean lalC.I'etlllB li lll' l I Kollthwesl ,.f Jii,ii.-i. 1 1,1 .,1 die I Pv al- ' IncV nf repels w re, h,ie ll,ntd from Sonor.i. the wHi-m Polder stale With the il.-,,,t tai ., Ih. 1'e.Pralj Q"lniiin f "r ihc state . 1 1 t . I . th, re-I Kourcei, ,if the iihi.-i'imii. ii, on tlie Irontler app. ar ,n 0.- l ived, and ti" j noi troopK ,hn he spitred ! e.,,i,,n lwn Ix-tow this leader p" ill. The Mexican -onol al Ml l'as. has re- i f oivrd olfuial noi,fcii..n ih.it .!. ! federnl troops will lie mice, I llin"a-!i tnoliody is In the same rntililiit; class, "so that we an- not a I raid of any olhe; train catchlni! up w II h "s. "Th,. Inleleytini; lliln lo Ihc whole country is thai the ureal u " l'enns l' uila, thai so hou: h.is . , nn d entirely devoted t" ihc Interests of one pat I. and -i. ,ici..ns of 'he .led" cratie part as if the d'-m.. crisis d' I not III, ile, slalal the I'llla nelal and bus iness llllelest nf Hie ci.nilllV Is lloW show in a loarl-.d iin ltu.ii. ii lo Inrn away from the failv tli.il has not sat isfied the pee pie and entrust Its Ipi.-ncc t.. the p.irn lhal now .-!:-iuu a m w t ol poll. I. s in ..,d. r tha til.- t m 1,1 1' as a whole hum he served "I want lo call you to witness thai the dcnnici it I, parte has had .!' slaiitlallv lis ptesitil pronram r v.- tlllllilU. tile i!o el'MI I 111 to the pe.ipl Id nun.' IP in 'tc, n M ats. We aren't dolnt: anvthlnn new in the c.ir I'M?. Whit I, as happened in. i, ihc i .mi le are h. itinc'ii lo s. , that ii II i !' all we, wet' - WllilllK t" stav 'i.ai of power on Hie conviction lhal I the ihM Was nillll W hell upon nil, j OW ,1 pi Vtt.il HI W e COIlld j I, . of , ,,e people States "Vow W j pari .-f 'he illtl .-. Is a ; hi the stat want hair the 1 are del, loo -et'Vo ill " i" ,f th I nili 1 the I'niled State, Into II not explained from what t.ril'oM fi' trooi !II be Pronntit. l.ell. v .. Ih. re isn't my ,.-1-111 V w Pel e toe 1.1,-iC " , l.ct.r iind.rslooil than of l'i nils, h aiiia. Hoi I litl'.l Of this I'"" I a. i ill ihe I'lliled Slates ih and voil do,, t Sllpp ! I lhal In.isoo . h a- .! ni'" lats al' . t.im d ill.'l.'l'l Kill. I of . nlel prise 1 1 . ,1.- t..it'i- . on tin ir ""I llnoits. "line or the pap.-ls in I 'h t la ib I ' . vei wittinKli th. oili.rd.M that . tli.. il. Hi... rati . ..nun, IP .1 ei ollonl- ,lo iialavii i, th. MtlN.1lV II s m:m f OftKI Ki tsllil wtrv WKKhington. Sept. '.'3 1 phmiim m ,f Jtltl- off'eialK Kalit lolliKht that no nrdera had hu prepared f r the ill loltPn f the Mi Xl. all rebel ! 11(1. I . i"miM, and hl folUmeiK who w..r. rr"','' 00 ""' Aniern.in iil of the oyndarv t,nlv, 1 i onlllM , 111. V w i ol 111 I : I null, ' sue i"e I oiltOll'. N w pi. t n ri.llt, i. a lot 1 'l slal. I in: If toil lot---' the oHI,oK ill-.lni II wl-li ," hadn't. iiilt. l llH' 1 1 ilO- I his icln IT Miirnlng Journal Hwelal I.r,ml IVIrr.1 Washlnclon. Sepl. II was prac tically dicldcil loday that I'resldeiit Tall soon will issue an executive or der placing I'ourth-clusH postmasters 111 Ihe classified service. This order wi relieve llli.oiltt postnuisteiH from Ihe iinccrliiliity or political appointment. That the president would lake step, his first acl toward piiltinu practice his niloii expressed belief thai nil Kovcrnmcnl offices below the Klade of cabinet lueiiihcls should Ii" retiMiVed from Ihe liiflueni e ol polities find placed under the civil service, he. l ame practically - certain late today, after II llolcKa I loll of post ina si e l s, le t ii I ,i in k from Hie annual convention of the association nt Iticliiinniil. 'a., had been reeelveil at (lie While House and hy 1 'osl II, a ster 1 1 cnet a I 1 1 Hellene1!. The visitoi'M suliiiiilled a monster pcli 1 loti HlKiicd by alionl 20, (MM, postmas ters, iisUIiim that they lie placed in Ihc classified list. Ariel- discussing Ihe mailer briefly with Ihe delegation. lelel fi ,1 the executive .Mr. llUi'heocli. Later (Br MurnlDK Jfiumul Kielnl Tinwd TVIri. r.l I'aso, Sept. 2!l. A stroiiw pro test of pre xx and public was raised here today feKardliiK Ihc treatment of I'oliilicl I'ascllal (lluz o, father of the lender of the Mexican revolution, nt Ihe hands of a I'nlled States deputy marshal and a custom Knard, win, nmrclied Ihe ned revolutionist throiiKh Ih,. KtreetK from Ihe slatlon to the jail, nearly canalim a riot ainonii the hooting .Mexicans who fol lowed the priMoner. I'lofesslonnl men nnd police hnvc offcted to lestlfy lhal "Hie Klaml old man" of the present 'revolution In .Mexico was linUed by liamlcutfs to another prisoner not of his class; Hint n cab was twice offered Ihe emortinn officers and refused and that no attempt was made lo iiiiet the insult inn remarks made by hoodlums. "My capture Is merely an Incident in the revolution," Colonel ttrozeo said today when seen at Ihe Jail. "My loss will not matter. My hoy with nearly 1 . ".no men has entered the state of Coaluilla. The revolution will ko on. I ,h, not matter." Colonel Drown w.,.- not arraigned today In the local federal court. lie Is held on a chiirnc of murder, pre ferred for extradition hy the Mexican consul here,' and by an old charRo of arms smuKKlinK made by railed Stales authorilies. .ruaii I'etlro lhl iipp, Ihe revolutionary "Kent, from Washing! I. C. arrested here yeK terday. will be taken to San Antonio, Texas, for trial. 1'rrsldeiil Taft comniitlee to Ihe commit lee called upon tile post master general. In n few days Mr submit to I'lesident recommendation that Ki'alileil and Ihc lo act promptly the I'ecoium country there llllcheock will Tall a formal the petition he president Is expected ami favori'ibly upon i-tirlii t Inn. In Ihe eiillre were 111.1172 fourth-class postmaster at the end of the last cal year. Hy executive order issued In July. lihlS, 1'rcsldenl lloosevelt placed the four! h- lass postmasters of all Ihe New KiiKland stales and of New York, New .b t , I'emisyh a niu. nlilo, Indiana, Mlchlmin and Wis consin In the civil service a total of 111,, oia. Those sllll without the serv ice numbers ilH.ih'IK. Moth the preshlenl and Mr. llllch eock have recommended to coiibivm, that all poslinaslets he converted Into el.uull'le,! ScI'Vice llllll lllill Si I fill' as poiisible Hi puslal service cal Influence. As lo the lirst, second and third class postmasters, leKUlatlon by con gress would be rcpilred to place them more hitder civil service reKllllllions. IIIIIISPS I'.XITl ItCK WIM in: hi:ti itM'ii to i i:di .i ai.s WnshlliKton, Sept. 23. The treas ury depalimenl today aitthorliied the return of hoists belotiins' lo Mexican federals, which have been held al KiiKle Pass on (he American side of the Mexican border. The collector of customs at KiiHle Pass reported to the department that these horses he IoiikciI to federal oflicers who had been at Irani, da before its evacuation. MEXICO RELEASES P NICHOLS ROM PRISON Hi Ire personnel ol in, be removed I'roin polll- WOMEN WILL PLAY MPORTANT PHUT IN BIG CONGRESS Addresses Will Be Made Before Conservation Meeting at In dianapolis hy Notable Mem hcis of Fair Sex, (Mi,-, iul n.ri'Mwnali'U,'!' I" Mi'.nhiK .Iimriml.) Indianapolis. Iml.. Sept. 2:1- The w, nil, u of the I'nlled Slales will have tli.ii- inning al the conservation enti ,fr,.w, which opens II fourth session In lliis cilv Tuesday. ( leloher 1. It has lone, I,,, ni known that the ol fleers of the congress have been niaklnc special pl'cpnl aliens to make the inc line, one of Interest lo women, hut only loday was Ihi meld made of Hie are expelled to he In a statement Shipp, leflllilelV definite announce, noted women who In i e. today. ThoninK H. eullve secretary, announced that Mrs. Matthew T. Scott rtlu Wviklj. Civsl.il. Ptesident uencial of Ihe Daushleis of the American lleyolnllon, will be pies, m and address Ihe eoimress; that Mrs l'hllip N. M e, of St. lmiK, re- tirlm; preshlenl of Ihe lieneral Feder ation of Women's clubs, would surely he mi the proKiain; lhal Mrs. Krederle Seliotf. president of the national con i.ir'.s of n, others, was expectrd to at tend: that Miss Julia Clifford l.athrop, chief of the children's bureau, de partment of commerce and labor. Washington. Ihe only woman ever ap pointed at the head of a itovernment bateau, would be here and address Ih, eoimresB. Another noted woman who will be p resent and take part, is Mis .lohn It. Walker, of Kansas Cilv. vv.-ll known over the country a one of Ihe foremost woman orators of the l lllted Stales. Tin- usual number "f woman lead ers of the lotllllrv are expected to briny l.'iti'lli.'i' a vasi number of duo women. I laughters of the American l;. v i.lni hni. and other women Interest ed in ai ions kinds of public work iliroiicho"! the country. Another not ed woman who will be here Is Mrs. Marian A. Crocker, head of the ! 1 ailment of onset v atnni of Ihe wom- n's clubs of the i o utility. In addition, the liM of deli'iaites 1 nadv appoitoed shows that women an- takttn; an increased Interest in conservation. This 1 so marked that the local vvoio. n's oi ani.aii..n. of In dian. ipol's will make special effort to entertain th.- vNitltm women ih leuates Kvi iv vvoman s eliib or oilier woman's local oie "!?;,' !! is entitled to . point Ihn official ileh Kales to Ih" i.Hli:,. ss Willi all. t Hales. The eoll- p UMII eoli. i.ss ailtholllles say that to tn-uie tiroper i reib ntlals the dif h li-nt i h.l.s should m lid tile lismes of Ih. M del. Cat. K to Hie exe. oliv e secre tary ol Hie conservation i..,i';n-. in llu? itv. at I'livv, I Ambassador Wilson's I meat to Land Marines Has Effect Upon Governor Who Acts with Promptness, Illy MnrnlnK Journal (tiM-elnl Wlrfi.l Mexico Cilv. Sepl. 2:!. W. C. Mi'll ,,ls, an American fruil mower, for whoHc release Ihe American amlms sador, Henry l.aae Wipon, ' made a peremptory demand on Covcriior Malum (liicrra. of 111' stale of Ta niiiuliptiH, has been removed from the Tamplco tail ii ml placed In a hospital under Kiuird. Nichols is 111 ami his life was In Jeopardy as a result of hi.", confinement. This action was taken by order -ol the supreme t Jiulyc, who pre viously had ordered his reimprisun mejit and 11 lias relieved a situation lhal fast was becouiint; acute. Coveriior C.in rra acted promptly on the demand of the American ambus sudor and k'aV" assurances by tele graph lo Mr. Wilson that he would Hive the matter personal attention nn 01 It had been arraiiKcd lo Ihe satis faction ol' Ihe ambassador. Ambassador Wilson expressed him self as. satisfied for the present, but will permit no unnecessary delay In the further proceedings, which hi' is confident will result In frceinp Nich ols. , 1'edro l.nscuriiiue, Ihe Mexican tor ciftn minister, has niven Aniluissador Wilson nssuraiiie lhal he will use his best efforts with ihe isoveruor of Ta inaullpaH and the court offi. lals to se eiire all a mel lot a t ion of the condition I of Ihe prisoner. I Senor Uiscuralne expressed his in :,linnallon at th- aclion of the supreme j court of Ta ulipas in orderliiK the I Imprisonment imam of Nichols, who ! prev iously to the appeal had h i re- j moved I'roin the Jail mid kepi under jRiiard al the local hospital, i The ambassador has been advised jthal Nichols Is III and that his life is I i leopal dv as a result of his con finement. Tin- charm' acainst him is ithe killina of a Pandit, Caballos, who 'had been pursued by the authorities I for months. " i ID 1 I' in W H.I.IAM. llf-S. ..u (.iliw lo threw iihiovm f,,r that Will Si, tnli. are y.wl? siir -p.. Papa nil I havent a wIP ut- w . 4. uJ to In -lii io or' STRIKE FOR IE SUFFRAG Belgium is to be Scere of Gi gantic Struggle for Exten sion of Equal Voting Power to All People, FOREIGN ASSISTANCE PROMISED WORKERS Fifty Thousand Children Are to Find Homes in North of France; $10,000,000 Ex pense is Expected, By Mural, i .learnid Sprcut I nised Wlre. Hrnssels, llclKinio, Saturday, Sept H. A ureal general strike i projected by Koclallsts of HcIkIiiiii in Kupport of a universal Kiitfrasc amendment to Ihe constitution. Hostilities aualnsl Ihe Koverninenl will henln In Novem her. Half a million workers will- be involved in Ihe strike, which, II is proposed, shnll last six wockB at a cost to their funds estimated at $10,060, iion. Women seems as cartieBt uk th? men in the propaKMndu. I'romlseH of sub slaiitlal financial Kiipporl have bren received, the commillee offlelalK aver, from the I'nited Slates, France. Cicl imiiiy. KtiMland and Sweden. Arrantte- tneiils have I n completed to send 4H. nan children to temporary homes in the north of Franco al Ihc stall of the "Hike. The I hnroiij,'hnoss loaders is evidenced extra work In the avoided. There will lion of coat stocks Kaclory workers ar. put to ipiantltics needed day. In spite ol' the announced desire of the eonimlllee that the peace shall not lie (list ed. numbers of revol vers have found I heir way Into the hands ol' workmen. Tile uovernmcttt has Issued special instructions lo po lice and ucndarincs to round up war like weapons. The uovertiuieiit Is making Its nr raimemcnls lo repress excesses. Troops will be rushed Into all In dustrial cenlcrs the moment Ihe strike is declared. ()0ll Jfrar TRY IT-v? Since 1780 ALWAYS GOOD Sold by CONSOLIDATED LIQUOR COMPANY, Albuquerque, New Mexico THREE P ROME I HEWMEXC STO MAKE SPEECHES cf the soclalls! on all sides. All milieu has been he no acciimula- nttalnst the day. linillins! the out- from day to Senator A, B, Fall, W, E, Gar rison and Alex McPh'erson on Irrigation Congress Pro gram at Salt Lake, cuss (iiestii ns pertinent to its fului'o dcv'elupltlelll. -The 11,12 session of the Irriwntion congress will lie Ihe anniversary of two imp, .riant events. first, it .vill be Hi,. I w i ntv -first birthday of .ile congress llscli and In addition it will celebrate the si.xty-f if th anniversary of the inception of Anslo-Saxioi irri Kaliiiii. Oddly C!)olli;ll bo'li of these iinnlvcrsai ies will be celebrated nt the vcrv place wluye, they oriRinated for It was al Salt l.ake City that the na tional urination congress first, spratu; into bciiij.' and at the snme place tin lir-it wab-r was turmrl oulu tho land for irrigation purposes by AiiKlo-riax-ons. Results from journal Want Ads MINE INSPECTOR BEDD0W QUALIFIES FOR POSITION (S,ii'l:, CitrrmiMiililcnee lit MnrnlnK Journal.) j Simla Ke, N. M., Sepl. L':i. Heese H. : uetiiiow-, ol Lincoln count y, w no ssa-. turday was appointed state mine in spector by itiiv. W. ('. .McDonald, to day ipianl'ied lor tho position and exp licits to enter upon his new duties Wednesday, ut which lime he will con fer with the governor. Bperlul riirreNnnnllpnre fn Mornfnc Jonrnal) Salt Lake, Sept. .:(. Senator A. 11. Kail, W. 10. ilarrison. president of the New .Mexico i'ol!ci.;o of .' u i'icti It lira 1 ei Mechanical Arts, and Alex McT'her soii, of Koswill, are incliTdeil in the list of speakers who will take put'! in the deliberations of the twentieth na- tlona! irrlKation eonress. which meets at Sail Lake, September .'lath toj i ickiiiit ni u. in. wari ison w in sjii'iii. on the subject of "(iood lloaiis." and Mr. Mcl'lietson will discuss "I'umpim.; lor IrrlKation." I'ndcr the direction of Chairmali (leol'Ke A. Slmw of the I'tali board of control of these plans arc rap'dl.v ap proaching perfection and on SePl 'm her ,'lOlh, Salt l.ake Cily will inauui atc the ni ati"-t and mi : t important i;atherini4 ever brought lnji ther to cel ebrate irri;;alion'a pi'o.crcss and dis- A Skin of Bcau-ty ts a Joy Forever. MARCOS C. DE BACA OPENS CAMPAIGN IN RIO ARRIBA COUNTY (S,..iul 'i,rrrsiiMli'ii,-i, lo MurnliiK .lourieil.) Santa Fe. N. M., Sept. 2:1. Marcos C. dc llaca, the prontessive party nom inee for conKl'css, left today for llio Arriba county, where he will open his campalKn, speakiiiK at severul towns in the county this week. Mr. de linen expects to visit Taos, Mora and Sando val counties on the present trip. He fore the election he will speak in prac tically every county In the state. LEARN STENOGRAPHY; NEW NIGHT CLASS STARTS SEPTEMBER 25 fcR. T. Felix Gouraud'o Oriental Crom or Magical Heeutmer. Rrm-ivpH Tan, Thuple, tlri. Moll I'ittCiieS. ami fiitiii Dihchsc, atin .'very bitinifh on beauty, and ite hi'K 4it lectmn. It has htuuii the tmt o; 65 yarn, ami in so r t:istc i tobepnreit Is propeity irii'.la. Accept nocouriler fvit ui eimilar nnm'. Pr. L. A. Savre taul to latly of the liaut t'in a p.'itient 1 1 " Ah you laditi will u?e tliTu. ;ournnr rrnm' s the )-a-t liarniftil nf alt tin kin preparation-." For sale ny an tiructjiMB aim rant;. Oooda li. alrrj m the trnlti'il Stales, Canmla and Europe. IERD. L HOPKINS, Prop, 37 Ursat Jones Street, Hew lor i GERMAN PRUNES, PEACHES and CONCORD GRAPES Order Now to Put Up I CANE SUGAR JARS AND GLASSES JAR RUBBERS PARAWAX PURE SPICES A. J. Maloy PHONE 172 21(1 West Central Avomiv. Results from Journal Want Ads St. Vincent's Academy Conduotoil hj Sisters of I inirity cf Cineiunati. o. A ic vv class In sleiiouraphy ami touch typewrit ini; Is to he organizi'il in the Alhu.iucripic llusincss I'olieKc Ninl'1 Seliool the coining Wednesilay cveniiiK. The t iirollineiil in eacli classe la re ssiricleil in onlcr that the individual instruction so valuahh.' In the work may he ohtaincd. The start must he inaile with the other students in the class, and accorilinv.l.v It hchoovos all inleiiditiK lo enroll for this work to no tify Ihe huslness college inananenient of their Intentions in tulvance of Wed nesday nlsht. Niiiiierous applicanla. of necessity, w, r' rel'used enrollment for the tiliiht classes last car and the opportunities presented .y the orsaui nation of this class should he grasped hel'orc tl is loo late. Ai itni i:ki i: m sim:ss ( Ol.l.l t.lX I 'hone H27. RE-RECORDING Of BRANDS IM1HKTAXT XOTK'K TO CATTLF MKX AX1 STtK'K OWXEKS. In consequence of the great number of brands now on record In the office of The Cattle Sanitary Hoard, not now In actual use, the State Leg islature him passed a law requir ing all owners of recorded brands to re-record their brands within a period of six months, commencing on Sept. lath, 1912. A failure upon the part of each holder of a recorded brand to re-record his brand In the time required by law, forfeits all richt of further use. In a short time circu lar letters together with proper blanks for emlinff In renewals to the office of the Cattle Sanitary Hoard will be sent out to each holder of brands now of record. To facilitate this work as much as possible, nnd to avoid the lapslnR of brands. It is earnestly re quested that all parties now having recorded brands, upon receipt of proper blank from this office, send In 'heir renewals with the least possible delay. t attle Sanilary lUuiril of New Mexico. I iv W. J. 1,1 NWOOD. Secretary. -' P ' M bo II ; jaj. ""s ."j . I 8 ' ":4 S. V. Corner New York Aven"e an1 X. Sixth St. Phone 494. SI'KCIAIi ATTKXTIOX GIVEN' to CJOXA TAINTING, ELOCUTION, MCSIG tor C'atnlofiue ami further Information apply to Dlrectreaa. ACCOUNT NEW MEXICO STATE FAIR, Albuquerque October 7th to 12th Siinia IV ill s.11 roiiiul trip tit ki ts at one first-class Tare. Tickets on sale Oct. .Mh t l-tl. IU't'l for Mtirn, tht. 11th. P. J. JOHNSON, Agent