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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1912.
t3 V .1 - ; I . "tf iff t! , - .f i f t 1 ,i i si -t t -i It i ' I AM IWnitPENniCNT NEWHrAPKH. Tilorning Journal (Official Ncvtptfwr nf firm Mexico) rubllhfd by Ih JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO. r. A. MAiTHKRWIX. W. T. Mcl'HKTilllT... IKN W I.CSK M U KOX . . . . lrfldBt MiairT . .Cltjr Killer K.llh.r WmMD Krremlt,ll, ii. J. MIKWI MurqMll HuMiIIbc. hkraf o. lit. Faatrni Kffsiiltlrii, Htl.ril H. Ml l.l.lliA. M Turk Bow. w tark. Rntfr4 u -ef.nil-f Imw mailer at lb wi.ffie at AliiriiH-rij, V. M., o4r cl uf Cnrrraa of March I. 17. THR MOIINISO JOl'HKAt, I THF l,KlINt HKf('MI.T'-AN PAl'KIl Or SKW MK-XUII, tiri'POHTIN'l THE fill' ri.rn thr nKprnt.i. an paktt AM. THK TIM K AM TUB MKTH'llW OP THR Itrrl'MMCAN I'AIITT WHEN TIlKl I(K KIllllT. I.aras-r rrraltlft lhan nr other pir In New Mi-Hixi. Tha tmlf imp,. In Na MItro l.urt r)r i)r in Ilia r TKIIMH or M'llSl'ltll'TION. fiallf. hy rarrb-r, cm inuolh ,.fc I, hr mall. t,n no-nth c Tba IHertilng Journal him a hlhr rlreu ttttton ralirtff than la nrtM.tibMi lt ny olhar paper In Vw Mr lcu." Tha American Ktwtaipr l'iractr. , Ai.nr(jrKiigrK .ar tti t NEW MKXIIX) lll'MXI'KK -M)ITI)H. " " Th liuliii-i i iitidllloiiii f lb country how a alriiiijrfr toni' nliiir ,lh eU-rllon In mil of Ihf way. Oni fnrt hn utiiixl nut ironilii"Till.v frnn the firm. Tln rii n no uiiHcttMiiK nt Millie! during tin? cnniiKiliiD. In ir vlou tir, PUI-nlin I l tli'ii hud tiic i tfi i I of xhiKiiullriK inurkclH uixl 'caualnif onti'riri'i to nil Wall ulreft IIhtb ;ih Jimt 11 little Hi'inclu nalon thut tin- I'ull WoORi' IlllKllt Irluilliill. i'oloni'l nrw vlt w kii'-Ii u rciMiirknldo i harnclf r. 'Mitn iu h nn i norioiui iit rmitinl op nlurlly. Ih mo KHfn to iirroiriillhliiK the" lini'iHnilr. that no oiip fun n'-uft- him ly urdlimry Ktundiiiil. Thirf tTi then hi ii f-iir tluit he! itiluhl Swtonlfh tho country with a limditlhlr to lit niuiidard. But th 'li'tlim wim held nnd n .tiiiim'rf.'illvc r'i l I ii I vwm cli'i-ti'd fn Hip iiri'Kidni y. Thr cmnitiy ilri W' n lir-alh of r ll ( ii nd thr whpn hr-ifiin lv turn n tlllk- uior rapidly, tloniuh Ihry hud liccn koIiib lit u hlnh riid' lt-forp. Hut oik- ilitniMT ixIxtH Tim only llihiK Unit him hrld Um k a iiiillou wldi' hooin ttwH Imch thi- 1 1 1 1 1 . n w II . 1 1 1 1 ' of tfeltliiK flloiiuh liilmr. With thf m'lllciiielit of IliK Itiillun-Turklrdi win' .Mild llii' curly 1 1 1 ti n ii I of tin- l:nl kiin IrimMiH now iikmudi), Ihf hun dr'd of lliouxiinilx thiit hum li lt our shorvB liuiinif ttn ial yi-nr will lr. 'turn, nnd innr liiliorcr "111 umif with them. ' ItHllrnnda will he l.ullt, fiiil"iltn will Incrciim' thi lr oiilpul, furm vnliirK will ro hl4hr In roiortloii o thr a-rop thut huli hi iii prodiii i'd, i llO H will hiiv l.iri' in ronnloiiii to their o(fpiiliitlon, liprM cim-iil uili ho tin. i rd r of the d iy. It I" Ipllll' piiH!l." lllilt Ihf Ul'lllllll 4irljly miiy oiiiriMi'li till' ri'Kolirri'H thi couriliy. n m j 1 1 1 t in tln mm- Viu luM thut iiniKt roim? frotti thi upi'ii- n of Hi" riiiiiuoit (iiiimI to trnfilr, Hill d it Ih mil IniprolMilili' thut wilhui I I wo to fio i-iii ii ri'itrlloii niii y art n. im Ih thi' lii" Itii lili" it nit It of Iiooiiih ililW, ITot tluil (Orh cl llt lllliy hi' I'l'HHOII- dlily ixpiil.'d will mil hiio I he 8lii;lil- Hi chi'i kliiK i lfri t on thr iii lU ilii H t thi' hootiuTH. Alco, Ii will not Kli p In oplf from I'i'lli'v li'K thut, whi'H prlcm Ihinp boiio flvo yc.it n hi-yoiid Uic liii'otiu- viiIimi of ii city, 1 1 1 v will Kllll pro higher. Aim., there will l.e lh"e who know that property vnluci ure too hkh. hot they will hope lo till loud hefure the t-llllnp I emeu, Il hiin ever lnn thus, nnd will u ji'lilliiile unlll the end of time. I i:is;i ssvs i i i t i iov The voters of wisely w In n Ho lt, 1"V Jl lis -h as In emigres. He both as h il.-ii-i.-ui mid as ime of ih New MeXleo 111 led returned Hon II their I rpresi nil. 1U I has had expell.n.e from the lei I ll.il V ! I 'lll CM.XHII 11 I h.a ell j at the first stale 1 1 -'lion, He K now s i ' II. ill of I lie Mil I e, I lily in I he hu .1 I roo on with ii ha I (He nei da of -n n- is one of the oial J.ouse, will be In h Will be the itmj.'tn III Hie II. vl Sell I w (111 ihe ad l,t Wi.i.ilii.. Ute. and w II) be in ai i lliinbitratii.il of I'r- Wilson. New Mexico lleedh federal Km el Inn. tit I will do much l.-r tin Inn. il II, d lie stale. fl lh. I Il 1.11 I Ih. I it.,! greatest b in-fit that inn c.ane I Mexico will be the I i -ling of lb ill reseries and tie public l.n.d to which is 11. i-i in tile ban. Ii . N . w e tot -. till, if tl.. fili titl i:i ertiioi lit It caiin.-t be liopi -1 that a ni.ill- i of i iiopnrtam e can be br'i .isht abi.ut duritig the first ses.n -.f c. ti gress afler the 41h nf Man h. hot II I" lollfl lelll ly l.eluxe.l that the tie. I s Wll) legislation will be s.ililed lil ue the eamialloll of Ihe term l-i wboh Mr. F. I KIISS.-II h.'S J.ISt be. I. l ie. .1 1 A administer.-.! mm, Hie laws ar. -j eittemelv op.ieMe and depail ! , enlal ruling c. nt Hit s.i licit no um j knows what rights he has or how he cn go about complying with the lw.j The I'nited -iiales gets s. r. .! , pollgh out of the fees (or ill. lie lands to pas' (ration of them. The a nd charge for tiohninis- g crnmcnl holds llllc ami prevents development tti which the states are entitled. II It, oppressive and ruinous to tat hlu. NY' Mexico. whiTii (11 much of (he luiid I withdrawn from develop. ment. MILL ANOTIIKIl lll.l NIH IL We hint hoped ' thiit our eveiiliiK eonleiiiporiiry, inec the election if over, would decide lo he a newxp.i per rather than a lame party orKari. No one doulded WedneHday rnortiltiii thut Hon. It. It. rcrKUKXoii hud U-iti elected hy a larre plurulliy. YcHter cjjiy motnlnif, the plurality over Jaf fa wan conceded to he in the uclh horho id of five thotmand. Hut when the Herald fppe.ired. even ii a late an y-'xterday afternoon. It Infiirmed its renders th;it Mr. .If fu would prolmldy he shown to Imvt hecn elected. The tiny is pant In New Mexico when returns can he held hack nnd "doctored" to suit the republican htmsc. II Ih really slrariKe. after hnv Inir conirlliuled so much to the elec tion of IVikuhmoii hy hlunderlnK, that the Herald should think l this lime It can do other than tllKituxt Hh rend er hy iitteinptinif to palm off false news regarding an election, the fuels ahout Hilch It could have read In the Journal, even if H own lnndeniate news service should fall to give them. The Journal did not depend on re ports from committee headquarters for the news. It received the reports IhrutiKh Us regular news . channels nd wa aide to give them to Its read ers before reports received at Santa 1-e. Th-sldcs, the Jotirrm!' correspon dents were Instructed to give news lincolored. We went after the faels, not what we nilKht wish Hie facta' had been. No render or tho Journal has been In doubt since Wednesday morning a to who was elected, either In state or nation. Hueh is what the Journal conceives to be the mission of a real newspa per. The people of New Mexico seem to appreciate Its policy. IMI. jtmo.vv ON WAII. Iir. Iiiuld Hlarr Jordun. president o I .eland Hlanford, Jr., university, Is a notable advocate of the abolition of war. Kvcn more prominent. In the wink of doing away with bloodshed Is Andrew t'urnegle. lioih of then, eminent gentlemen tuny do nil that is within their power, and Hoy are both u of power, but they will nol be able lo slop lighting o long iih tin -Hoiiii disagree, on ijuestloiis of vital Interest. The Hague conference Is nn rxecl b nt cottrl to which minor dispute: may be refencd, but when u ipiestion like American control of Ihe I'ana mu canal arlHes, It would he tinfali lor Ihe I'nlled Hlates o be called upon to submit her rluhls to a court, the membership of which would he Inter ested agaliiHl her. ill the war now raging between the llalkiin slates and Turkey, no arbi tration was possible. For three de cades, the treaty of llerlln had stood as a guarantee of tin- rlwhls of the Christian residing In Turkish terri tory, but 'lie Mohammedans had mas sacred them with Impunity, tortured Ihcin. curried oft the women and children, burned towns, destroyed clopH. There was no form of atro cious oppression that the defenseless 1 pie were not subjected to. The only appeal was by lone of alios. Sueh rcslHttjiien hiiM been nec essary thousands of times In the paM I l elisions Will urine in the future when blood alone will be able to settle the Istille. If the Culled Slates kliall Inallllalll her prestige, she must bulbl a slrmu; navy and keep an inle.iiale military force. Should she do so, no nation or eoiohlnutk.n of nations, wlil dare altiiek her. Hut If her inn a I slieiiKlh Is allowed lo become Insignificant, a Is her army, she will not be able to keep out of war for h'hg. Tic pea e theory Is a splendid one. like when on are smitten on one cheek to lorn Ihe otln r. Hut at thi.' stage of Ihe world's hiU.r, It Is met I henry. H It IIDVOI I THINS. 1 cpitblh s soul Ii of us hi.H tile people of Ihe brini; nl-oui r. oiiiiioiis. Th. si udy Slal. i nlilil slo.iil.l I'llltc.l l in the of Ml of the election, instead ailin. on the : . r 1 1 1 and Ih k him up for i.n.ilti.-r tei I Tall . l. ba 'sent n.i nil. he to his lioose. W nods oidlal .'oIlKtatlllalioliS .inpeiitor. Mr. of takinu to tin Sll. I essful I Veil, instead with all iiriin t.d. I Mr. lis wished b!m i iiiliolnlst t at I. . .1 foice of bis 'oil i- 'II er I he W II e I hat It.' cry sin 1 1 ss i ii i iim bis TEACHERS ENJOY VISITS TO LEARNARD LINDEMANN STORE The iriial d I .no I. -ii, nun Ci.iii- .Xlen.li.l curtesies to .. III Kie.il oi,,n of the isillin! l. i. lo r who ill.' h'le for the . oil e lit l.'ll this week Thoie are a great number of inusl. lans an.) music bo ers ann-iie, the l.m h,-rs and t i oppnrt'inllv tn ii house Th. e !. i-ll nl ;. e.i ..If. te.l Ihe fre. the ne of an e Illll.' sit this k.-l Pl.l el el r iiiu nllalh loilsli e and w hi. h 1" hale been I h lsit ami er torn ..( the si 1 1 1 si I uoiellt III llleV Ml The III V 11.11 It inter al.ig. i-sl.-.l. oi. tit i vt. r.ils a U the te,. hers . v is.loi s l.i a ., oppm 1 uliilv if llisie, llnii the I f hi ih. l ml i-lli-I ill. in IStllllg oliildele i . nil 11 or the ire and Sto. k men! if J'l.ltiop i.l i-ii-n the llt I . HI loll P I .. .11, :l an. I mo si. .1 tnstru It s. I l tl-'ll II h:le th. A The pi, l,.. used at I.e. ti. il fir," of eh.irg. I l I .iiol in .t.ti I 'out in i , h(, (11 I )4. ,n I psny. 'JOHNSON IS rJOIiVIII DOWNCAST BY HIS DEFEAT Progressive Vice Presidential Candidate Says Result Was Merely Incident of Fight Waged by Party. (Hr Mfimlng Journnl beelsl leased Wire. I i Chicag i, Nov. 7. (Joveriiot Hiram Johnson, of California, defeated can-J tlidate for vice president on the pro gressive ticket, while In Chicago to- day on his way home to California, j "aid (hat the defeat was merely an Incident of the progressive- fight and of "little more onseijucliep to the ultimate success of earnest men than whs the missing of a train." "We might express cur determina tion in the words of Abraham Lin coln." he said, " All we have to do Is to keep talth, remain steadfast to Ihe right; stand hy our principles; stand by our guns and victory com plete is sure at last." "The lasting and permanent lc'orv was won by progressives Tuesday II the crystallization of great public sentiment, founded upon a moral cop ccption. That Immediate success did not come to caudldales Is of no ckii tiuence. The big thing has been ie cotuplished There's a new party In the nation that has 'wnt to atay; a new spirit In Americanism that mean ultimately real progies,,; a new lif-' in politics that marks a better national exlMtericc. "I'rngrc, sives !n even- state have had their baptism of fire. They unafraid and still preserve their "'''i guhiZatlolls evcr where. "A mere battle has been fiilltiilt. a great fight lias begun. The battle has been in reallly a substantial viclorv Those who participated, I find hav-.' added strength and coinage to tip- con. filet. "In common with all A merlca lis, v " wish Mr. Wilson a successful in1 prosperous ud minis! ration. "The prou'rcssUe now has I.e. ime one of the great national part lea, with definite, fixed policies, m till; I'llirill luolit of which It web'uiies all hut Il is goliiK lolward with sol. inn de termination lo achieve lis pill poses." liovenmr and Mrs, .1. hn.mri .'.udtlu governot lecictary, Alexander C MeCal.c. left tonight for California. First Dose of Rape's Cold Com pound Relieves Misery, All Grippe After tho cry Cold Compound first dose of "I 'ape's you distinctly feel the cold breaking and all the disagree, able grippe symptoms leaving. It Is a positive fact that a dose of I'upe's Cold Compound taken every Iwo In. ma until three consecutive doses are taken will cure llrlppo or brcaii up the most severe cold, either III Ihe head, chest, hack, sloiuach or limbs. It promptly ends the most miser able headache, dullness, head and nose si lifted up, f cy. i islmess, sneez ing, sore throat, runniiiK of llio nose, mucous catarrhal dis. haiKes, snre iichm, stiffness and rheumatic twinges. Take this wouibrtul Compound Willi the knowledge that there is nothing else in the world which will enure your cold or end Hrlppe misery as promptly and with. nit any oilier as sistance or bad al'lel'-el'l'i-cts as a I'D cent package of Hope's Cold Com pound, which any druggist can sup ply l: contains no iiuliiltie be sure ymi get what you ask for accept no substitute belongs In every home. Tastes nice acts gently. 10 Rooms of Furniture, Car pets, Household Fur nishings, Etc. im si.i i i.e.! . . the I'lh iuslanf. starl ing at i m. at .Mil Mi-st lfiil.nl atomic, will sell al public auction, for w bout it may coin i i n. the contents of a it n room lo. use removed for eon it liieiice of s.le, al the si. tie room. Mil We-I Central aicnue. This lot of tin miuto is I I K I ! MAX, costing $l..".iia. the biggest part of it never baling hi ll ill use, ak ihmtig mil lisisls as toll. . w s: Ma-Sll e . ; pl. t.-. I 111 I. 1 In match II i n. k el s. O.ik . Is. sew 1 11 g 1 .'. ii lords tauue. gas r tl Ig. l.ltol , I, room s, t, corn able .utd chairs lealhcr seated . i h .1 stair ear iu good iiiili-r, um, $ 7 '. iiak In n eal.iii.-t. r. . rs and i Im t.in- in.. t . h, " brass dining 1 ,irv l ildi mi k. r. ma. iiine, .1 I I. n.:e, kite lak dress od.S 1.1 l. h i olil 'beds, 4 V. I ills Mat tin beds. sc. Inula! 'bed springs tllld lliilltles-.es. 2 healllur istoiis. "tl pair iace ililt.iiiis, ;l pair velonr porn. r.-s. talle and bid linens. . osting oi i r lla I omli. le eti liMls .lh.) iiitm.-ious i,. of fill nil 'lie. good as in w i.ilillarv. . ilul , 1 1 lii.it t limit $ I ."n . i.i blew an and I .lllplliei of kit main oih.r items i b.l , her toi tiieiitioii. This i-ti tiro lot i '. ,. Is practical!! us an. I gii.il.inl 1 perf.. tl w IP. be sol.t absolutely ol li-selAe Kememher, sale lltsl l.k int. ,ts i a P. in I place. Saturday, the stll. .".lt West Central avenue ' inspected en Kri.l O att- n I It K l I MOV I'd, .icltiiiic,rs. ods reduced and priced thi all. Clarke's Curio Store. All g' same to Try a Journal Want Ad. Results BREAKS A GOLD FEW HOURS uc IL EDUCATIO Hi WORK GREATEST DECLARES j President of State University i Before Educators Asserts : Institutions Should Reach Great Mass 6f People. "COLLEGES SHOULD FIT FOR PRACTICAL LIFE' iSix Hundred and Forty Teach ers Enrolled with Secretary at 6 O'clock Yesterday, and More to Come. one of the feature of yesterday" h-shIoh of the New Mexico Kduca tioiuil Association, which opened t aiinuul meeting here Wednesday even ing, was trie auuresg in nr. ii . " Hoyd, president of the rmverslty of New Mexico. Ir. Hoyd had as his subject, "The Next Most Iiiilwrlant t.. i. i,. Kdiieatlonal I'ruKress ill New-I Mexico In the Higher Kducatioiial In stitutions." Ir. Hoyd declared that this Htep was the fitting of the cul tural branches to the use of the pt-o-nle as a whole, so that those, who had been foiled to leave school iiiluht make use of the hlKhe early insti- tutiniis later ill life, either through cor respondence, extension work, or by actual attendance. Or. Hoyd made a plea for what he termed "vital education" and said thai the school workers were no farther behind than were the bankers and business men In fitting themselves t the present uge. He urged that edu cation he Mpeclali'eil, In cases where such was advisable and was strongly in fuvur of the selected, rather than the full elective, plan of college courses. He declared 'that one of the greatest works of a collet. c professor was aid ing; a young man or woman to clinore a suitable profession or occupation in life. v I ibservatlon was a faculty which he ibi'larcil was a very "necessary one, and adaptation watt tilao dwelt upon extensively. In'. I'oyd's address made a marked Impression upon tho entire audience ami was listened to with rapt atti n tlotl. t ; ' An aildresM by AlviJiJJS. While su el'inlendent' of public liTaU-ue'lInn, was a prominent feature of the program. This address Is printed In full else where. It will hu published In pam phlet form fur the use of touchers and olliera interested. Mevera! pictures of the association, posed before the tlnata In which the meetings are being held, were on dis play last night and orders for th"iii by .1 mud. were taken high school by Walton. from ithe teach, rs indent. ' Tin y w ere ii)Hi:ssi.s oi' i:i ( (i.mi: maim; ItV LOCAL mi:. linuudlatily alter the invocation by Kc. 'leiinoti 1". Williams yesterday morning, addresses of welcome were made by several local men. On behalf of the city, Mayor ll. K. II. Sellers pre sented th'' municipal keys to the visl- loi's and told them to consider AHui .iieriiie and all within it as their own for as long a time as they wished to keep it. Atauasht Montoya, superintendent nf schools for Herualiilo county, de livered a brief ad.ilcss of welcome, touching strongly upon professional pride as appliid to the teacher. John Milne, superintendent of schools for Albuiiieriue, iiiaile a brief but pleasing address, In which he assured the visitors of the grati fication which he and other local peo ple felt nt having them meet in this city, and hoped tluil all would eii.lox their stay and gain much benefit from the mei-ling of I ! association. I!. It. I.arkin. of laist ,as Vegas, re plied to tin s,, addresses In a short ad dress which was heard with close at tention. This address declared that AlbuiUeriiie was no more glad to have tint teachers as guests than were the teachers to have Albii iiieriiue as host, and Included a statement that the meeting would undoubtedly lie ihe gratest success ever. Several musical numbers were ren dered at this meeting bv organizations present. Included in these w.-re ""Ashes .. Koses" and l"he Model College Hill. sung by the uirls" i;!ee club of lh Cnlvi rsity of New Mexico. Tills or ganization of nearly twenty-five young ladles sang well and made 11 distinct hit with the teach.rs. They are on! the program for several other events. I The faculty nuartet from the N.-wi Mexico Normal sch",. sang "Aw aken-J lug." by Abide Norton Jamison, in the; same finished manner which marked! their selections Wednesday exenlmr. owing to the lin k of time, tic scheduled address by T. W. Conwav. superintendent of schools for Raton, on "The Next Most Important Step tn Kdiientiotial ProRi.ss in New Mexico In the City Schools," was postponed. It will be heard at a later session. j vni:Mi i: i'iwi i h HIM INK ;rnTUI(lS. Tile attend in. e at the session far siirpass, s all ep. , : itmns. At o'elm k last night the t,.t.il regisirntlon r teachers alone w is ,.ver (fl. Hraii. h legistnilien ..(In i s v. , re opened at th dimmer. i..l club ami nl Ihe Central . hool building, and in these Ihe dlf-! f.-reut teaeliirs p.,ld thi ir annual dues NEED.DR.BOtD All Albuquerque Welcomes j The representative young ladies and gentlemen attending: the First State Meeting of the New Mexico Educational Association Learnarcl-Lindemann Co. The Square Music Dealers extern) u special invitation to each ilcle;:ale to visit tli'dr i'.ig I'iaiei anil Music Store, 20(1 West (odd avenue: to Iiinkr; il lliclf meeting p"ncf. (heir lii':uhi!iii'tcrs. jir-tl feci that il i'llir (li-sirr or I.I'AUWIMI MNPKMAXN (). to inula' Ihe hricf stay of every visitor in lhuiiicr ijnr the ( onvotilloii City a pleasant one. 'I'liosc' Intcrcsti-tl In sccim;, hcariii'i or piircliasing I'ianos of known merit iiml imijiic-tioiicil excellence will lie slmwn the "irld'-( finest makes. finances we will cash your chccKs or loan you money. We iiuilo yon ! call. LEARNARD-LINDEIMNN CO. ALBUQUERQUE and received catalogues and inloi'ma-r Hon. This attendance is far beyond any- j thing which was anticipated, and w hen it Is said that fully 300 teachers ondj pupils ale to be days of the week here for tin; latt.tr'of liynitmit. in addition to those: n.itled in already meeting here, the importance can readily be men. of te IIIMI tOXdCUT I i:ti ki: or i' i;M(i not i:s A band concert on me street last night was a feature of the entertain ment provided for the visiting edu cators. The band was called out bv several active citizens, headed by Mayor 1 1. K. II. Sellers and I'. F. Mc Citnna, nnd for two Iintirs yesterday evening the ttraius of music pervaded the air. A temporary stand was erected be fore the Stale .Nation, il bank, and on it the band was placed. Concerts to night and tomorrow night will be part of the program. MI.HItY TOILS I OI LOW . OKA I'llllll AL OVI i :s l j Merry times for every iiody follow-. ed the oratorical contest. A number j o High school Iiovh led oil Willi a veil in the Kills' theater and for ten minutes after, it was almost Impossi ble to hear one's self t li ink. Kvery glee club, every college delegation, was sounding its school war cry, anil when along at the finish, the I'ntvcr sily of New Mexico chimed into ttio general dill with its T. N. M. Hall! Hah! etc.," the noise was complete. A parly of High school bos suak.i danced di v, n to Second street and Central avenue, anil there disbanded al'ler a few rousing jells. The Las Vegas Normal tilee club, after another serenade at the office of the .Morning Journal, for the bene fit of those members of the staff who had not heard them the night before, paraded down town to a cafe where several meinl crs were at lunch, and serenaded them. Following this, a eht rus of yells broken out from this aggregation, the local High school, university students, and others, which completely drowned the music being rendered by a party at one of the ta llies, and the roof was raised by the racket. A ll.iuiiii r.iie and Albuiiner iiucans were cheered long and lustily. Two policemen acrers the street eyed the throng with charitable eyes) lliiit saw nothing and grinned with! their unofficial ears open lo the har-l iiittny. while their official aural or gans were deaf. l-'or half an hour or so, while the crowd that had attended the contest j was at lunch, the itovvn town streets were merry with crisp cries, si hool ami college yells, and Ihe fresh, clear voices of two or three girls' glee clubs. TESTIMONY GOES 'Governor Foss Found It Ne ;es- saiy to Incie.ise Military Toices at Lavie-ice During .1 Textile Stiike. . , IW Mnrnlnr Jeema. Site,-!-,! I Wlrs I -.leiii. Mass.. Nov. 7. That i!..v- l-'oss found tt ii.'.-1-vsir.- during the I, .wrcl.ee textile strike to in I r. ase the iinluarv f,,r-. . .... .,-.1 ,,., , ,,.v.,.P.r ,. ,,,...,, ,,s ,ir..i t , t, (,,,- .y i;i,t,., m Holm, in (,.rei, r s. r. terv to the governor. In the Kttor la.v atimtti Caruso trial f. r the la p:--.,, murder. Mr Holm in said he he ml Col n. 1 SwceUer, in vomniiind of the nuhii.i. ONI TIL OF STRIKERS M'i:t l L THK I S nnd TLIIMS Tor TIASV I'AVMI.NTS (iioiiil on every Known tnii-hnl instrument. ItL.MLMIiLIC. ( Itl DIT IS f.OOI) AT Ol ll STOIIi:. Should Jon run The Square Music Dealers Established 1900 .l'der tiie si tl' strikers ;!iEli, when "iri-e 1. 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M. trim "-aj-MB will he VOIR short of NEW MEXiCO INDIAN SECOND TEAM MEETS EIGHTH GRADE AGGREGATION TODAY The second team of the Alhutier i0e Indian school will play its first game of the season today when it meets the Kighth grade team at As sociation park A small admission will be charged and it is hoped to realize a ccm forta hie sum from the game in view ef the fact tha! there are so many teachers In the city. Piti her Arrested l'coria, III.. X. a I'leiplier of tile l.lci;in:r sl.t'!', IV; ii! i) I'oon on at! v on f-ci Ions hargc. . T. t.-iy Walk-r ( 'lev ( 1;: ad A il'cl ie lit s arrested In re t tiia i;-e ef CIO chief of dcteclivcs of Nashville, 'lean., where a Win rant is being held for his : rri-si on a charge of atteiiipted murder. Walker denies having been in any trouble in Nashville. after germs . .i::.M::'Z'Ui.ti.-i!it, . I Another National Campaign Swat the Dirt" Ut tt COLD DUST TWINS do your work" .... -, . I,-' f-, i-fw. wasQ.rr. AMERICAN PEERLESS RCOPING