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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1912.
FOOT ) SAWMILL CAR HITS BUGGY: DRIVER NJUREO Although Huilcd Fifty F eel By Collision, M. O' Garcia Re: celvei Only a cm m Right Le; Bimuy Badly Damaged, a southbound em ,n iim mwmui division, firm ; i hugg) driven by Al. y. "Inula, ni ihe Mountain roSfl 'I.iskIkk .it i.311 oVIocK l -k. i r - i.im lasela was thrown titti fist, lie says. Inn iped llli a Rash In hi right Juet I,, i,,w Dm knee, The buwo' w damaged, iui not K,, badly that n num., i be repaired Ggrctn'S hor, was bruised and QUti nut Mrloaaty, mid one of his gfi riding in Hi, butty, wa killed, Harcla iu returning from hunt- inu trip, ih i i u"i " presetting ear, ha mid. op at llll lldota III, II-, lll.lt "I I I Ik Tiii ear "in- ithiii iwenl of the mail when in mm li liiiKHi was ul", ii the li a hipped the horsa end IH caught tin r .ti end of Ih n ,,n, ell Oil : . i r ' was standing up. read) to .lump, win n the odlUeton came and h ,i tin , i n nut, hiol hi- Hire, hounds In the One m.ic killed and another is missing, he reported lual night, His tw rjuara, a Wlneheetet shotgun and u :ii).:in" rlflp, were badly bent An anretpoblle waa following the bintgv ami if the gum had been loaded fne flight have been discharged and joiindd Choke in Ihe motor car Clare'a Wae a brother-in-law of VAy entine Trujlllo, who wnH killed "t WlneloWi iris i it weed when an mi t m nk exploded, iiih i is in old Albuquerque, He in an electrician in the employ of Hie Santa Kg railroad ',, k Kt fail. "Thl i i 'in io Store, Hint- ARRESTS WILL BE MADE IN DEMING ON FEDERAL CHARGE i ii inii li i Htatea Mar. ha I II, leal nlahl for Oemlng h,,illliK t l Mll helle FINE DINNER SERVED PATIENTS AT HOSPITAL ami eh MlHl.ll , ,llni id t. ' ELUDES WATCHFULLNESS OF OFFICERS M-iiuti Mustc frrV Hirbn Wh s signa i Ti.ult Station n i ' - .hi itntfur ImoIi Whilr til tun hi- Matlf I the Albuouer MM iurl Kid Who Sdid Corns? I I l . - rTC IT 111 i use ul I i It W.al. , H I'l.ll, tW V v t 4 .ii ii w,ae paa c l,tf ' t Mtr Ml.d Si artta I November Jlai. according in a warn ' Im letter, received by tin- Ullltlol) hum hi lure. II,- loft tux murk there, n" i lie iliil hi other stations, and the rell- Muni offleSfS Jin- Irmklnu fur lllm. station Master Klnckilr uiif ulvou. no description or the Kid nailing from the land 61 mules for the veri good reaaon lhal Bone ul the eta 1 1 on muster inn i' seen him and recognhH cii him, Although tin in, eager get him, they ru, vi- nut been able to , tch bun in Hi - Tiie Kill" evidently 1 1 1 not atop botwe.n Trinidad and AfbuqUi i,ii-; I n In iiudcmiirk here l dated No umber (4th. Ilii ha adopted SoA r fggnous arrow, it polnta mal In in, v 1 1 1 1 i u f- 1 1 1 - -iiiiji'ii, liiilli'ntliii i in, i in hflK departed fot r swrmefl GOOD ROADS LOCALi L to Bo. Applied to Organization 1 Become Moie lai ay I 101 a men i, of, making the Albuquerque Iocs Mexloo Hi'in' linada' : rieete. Win i ire Hie Meeting ol t In, working i, I Hie Nett I, itli, ll lie n l tonight el . when Hi, prugraiti efltnmlttee RtttrmltR Hr re port, tihm eninmittee wiiv named to limit a Rchedule of work fm Die loeiii. ii ii, j tniM eempleted (enfatlve program Hioeii lum hmi the markM approval ,,r the r, roadR I m,i who have gen It. 'i'he em Itteewlllj repori on h number of itenia, IncltHl Ing, ii in m.,i,i, the Barelai bridged Which It feel.s RhOUld he llll, lie the RUbiecl of Rome liuiuitv. uiier mattera of Intnreil "in be pfegented, notably 11 Rcheme for the urganlitpg of the outglde precinctl locali mill niie fm ih,, mapping of ige 1 1, null roada, Dreal rntereel Ir he tin taken in the) iiieni. UN ihe general public i wgk I Ina up to Ihe fact Hint it propoeeR to actually act iiHhIi HinmHiiim for the progreeg or highways In VMt die- RESTORE COLOR TO FADED GRAY Stop kindiuff, Fa tching Scalp, and Make Jt ay Hair Giow. There Is nollMiiK new ,,i... n the bleu of using Sae for restoring the eohir 1 of tin, hair our grandmothers kept their hair dark, glossy and abundant by the Use of s simple ''Haae Tea,'' Whenever their hair fell oul ,,r took on a dull, (gded ur streaked appear - iinee, the) in. ule 11 brew of Suae, i leaves, iind applied ii to their hair , u 11 ii h onderfull) bi netlctal ri Nii,iiI.ih w,, iloii'i have I,, resort lo the old time III, some metlloil of I gathering the herbs and making the Men I I,, is il,,,,,. liv akllle,! ehelnisls better Huin we could h 11 ourselves; 11 mi an tvR nave to do is lo call f(r Ihe riiuh made pro, hu t. Wvetb H Sagg 1111,1 Sulphur II. in Itemedy, Contain 1 11 K Mage In Hie proper Strength, with thi addiftrm et sulphur, another old'' !''o, scalp remedy. Thl pro pa rati MIllHlful ,,r and l-.-aulv in the halt, iiml ISl w NEW PROGRAM HAIR lolle of the begt reineillen Mill villi use ' , ,,' ,, for dsgrdrwtf, dry, Itching!'" "'lotbs obls, ornup. b,.- eluiii 'soalp, and railing hair, Sol s tlU.vsd other affections "r the throat, ineni bottle from I'oUr druggist today,' ohgst and Igngs. stops hi grU'l'e, in id on will In surprised al the quick COUghS and has a healing and soolbin I rgsults, All drusnjrwts sell it, undsrj effect. Remember the name, Foley's I sua run te "lutt the nunie.v win be re-,iionoV ,,n.i Tar Comnound :t tut Accept I I llllded ROADS IN BEST OF T eiiuias Running Now, and Winds Have Not Yet Whip- ped Sands Over J Bernalillo County. W II fol s, now fi -t nf the I th, i e itli from rioodlllK. as th, SQUtnS are not i iiiiiilix in. epportunii y for I tb.odinu ami consequent musVt) nlgtij wn, Ao.ulor teal IS w he h ,iiii-J tribotta o Hull pl,-s,nl eomlilloii is Ih'l 111, w llldl, llile not ." ",,.i',", ! i In- Suiuls over th highways and i.n . ,,, .., del . 4 then, diffienM till- hlahwmt, will le tu fill, RiMfe f.-t seieml monlhl id eome uwtsss nn -11 li,,,, w i uuce 1 1 a us. ,,iii u , his here ymtftitac. ill ,f win. h bit .nn. tin. luurinnjt for I-s MSfl l.v w.., ,.f i-itth,,.,. San tntottki and , a,, thtio ca im f rum K ign... I'llt and was lir first of lis maki ih, Marqoett, ui Us geeg h. were hen touring ears. CONDITION T PRESEN 4 i-ie r 2TJiy a Journal Want Ad. LAW E run Clad Ordinance Police Department ables Keep Albuquerque Clear of Sus picious Characters, I Tl "III, t iforcement of i lie "vag' fhh r uf Police Them, is r , ' H 1 1 Hi h 1 hie fur till riniiH crime in aiiu- . ordinance, h ' gg Mi M iliil '. RCgrclty of i citierque, LTndoelrabte ohgraoterR ceme here hum ae they in, ti, other railroad clt- ii'H, iimi hut for a Rtrlngehi 'viif' law and the Rtrlci enfonpemenl the i it j would be teeming w ith criminate ol all aorta, ah euenlcilouR charaetere aw Mailed us aimn ii they arrive and when their M iii, lee expiree they are given I to underatand by the police that the) I have overetayed their welcome here So broad la the clty'g "mi" ...w Hint C'OnVictlOII Of RURPlClOUR ell.i! "'- tera le eaey, and cooperatlon be I tween Police Judge Craig and the I puii lepartmenl haa forced dro'ee lot hobowR to int the 1'paee.pn" maik ion Albuquergue'R back gate. Anrgti made bj ihe ponce under the "V4g. ordjnajice In nearly every Instance uieanR cpnYiction in the pniiee bourt, one ,,r the rirni urdinancee patted p) ihe fiiNi eiiy council it w'',M called ii bxigrd or trpeteee then -waa a ovag'' ordinance, it wae drgwh up i,n the ,-iiv nttuinev. miller Itietruotlona rli -en at tile flral meeting, ami paaaed it Hi,- eecond RegRlon of tin, original 1 ty fathera. ThlR ordinance continued 111 effect and h dig verj well, v Ith Jva mi amendment, until recently, whan tin- presenl admlnlatwtlori declttijd thai a more Rtrlngent meaeure axatpiit itinernntH w m necessary, The prtmeni IrOn-clad vagrant Jaw wag passed 1,1,, re ihmi two months ago, ami ap proved h Mayor D. k. B, Seller! Sep tember sth. I Hers Is R copy of the lei "vag" ordinance! "He it ordained bj the 1 It) council uf the ity nf A !bucjurtiuei That ail persons in the city or t Albuquerque, Who are hlle ami il -ulnte mill uii liboui ll use any Juggling of oiher unlawfu Kiiuiif. or plaS, Wh,0 are iunnwan ! piifereiK. conflgonee men, com mot I drunkards, rimi Rtreel walker, n) Who me lewd, wanton ami lascivioui I iu npeeeh or behai lori or who gyi eiiiiiinmi rallers bt BTgWleTi, OT win nrH hahU.uatl neglectful of iheirem ! pleytriRhit or calling, and fle nPl iu I fnli provide for themselves a foji I I lie UPpOl I thell lam 1 he:, wh nenleet all lawful luisineMH and habit ually Kpeild tfleir'time lly fleipientliili houses il III fame, imiiilii husee ,11 tippling ';i,uei or whu are foil or lodge In tlie rllgnl time in in, uses, shells, barns or unocc I In I ililillllgK gild not giving a koiiiI ae coug! pf themselVes; m- who an known to be thieves, burglars, plik poekets ,,r otherwise criminal, either g their own confession, legal con- v lotion 1.1 Otherwise', anil hav ing nn lawful means oi support and found prowling ground tin city, or are r oi in nn) gai house within Hie 1 6a guilts of 11 nils or tlpp II he ,1, sl Ion conviction thereof ! In ihe dlscretl ( th rt. In 1 II, H e t I sum not I, 150 and than defdu nu ll fl ,r pi It P haul in I hiub p f"r :l i"'1"."1 ""' then nlnatj days. . 'Tells the Whole Stun." To Saf thai l-'ob-y s Honey an' Tir p pound in best for children and ,,. ,m,.,, uml aonlklns no anlutes i. II. ,,nlt, i,,,i-l ,,r il," lile Ih. whole h h ,,nu 'Rlellv I it uk Co, GAME WARDENS ARE WANTED BY CIVIL SERVICE AT PRESENT ist of ggme ;,oo a I'M otl a, , unci, I 1 1 it',ins from 10 NotfltDU Like ZCMO tor Pimples Never! .ell b, Buttle Btiji Ing u IHe ' ' J'l.l V BI M , ! w ha t trial oi ISIti see such u dlffi lellie nl) a marvel. This la Ba, after your first , remed Zf.Mi . ' ur llqutd; .vou just rub, u on ih. skm it sinks rtgllt in. All 1 iti-hlns s:o,s it ,s u i,,t ,i ni , ed lo ilii , ,tl and does it Allei a Tew aptdica- ii.-U-. everj pimpb . ever blotch, nil I e, y.. III. I soles. eXenill p.lln. bllick- In.ol- pri, k I v heal and rash simply, vantsti Preve H eonrluslvelji at a iSSSgt "f "til ii lew cents. 1 Yu niur sis Hnythlna In your life l, I Pk. .I. Mi i iuriiimeil or re, I 1 .1. n.d skin soi ,s, euts. I i ii l sea, or i i ilalng tltf y.U.Mi, ) - Id at drtti; stores in 8.1- iesr4 mid tl bottles, or sent direct, "in j tn-elpli-l pne.. I w K W Lose Ms-b I CITY'S 'VAC KEEPS DOWN RIM ll,ciiit- ijiiiih, ,M, i m ii is.i - Ila ei.nl a i,s all times as in in h S(t'lhe yi tin nuieia wiuun iu a des.a.H .V;TSr.?r r"L ' SANTA FE CONSENTS E E Direct Connection to and From Pecos Valley to Bo Made at Albuquerque llrioaftei as Result of Investigation, from ihe Pecos v he mttdl! fllreet, ,e ipiest made of the will h result ' ilia h the state eurpur.iie 1 lereafter pastieigfei - 1 1 points north ami east t Mexico ami tin- Pi n vice vers win noi hi over all ninht in Aiiuu heretofore been the 1 11 to anil from the Pei -i nn mi mm tu run Re ci with egJM anil Weal bo the main hiie. The fi) written l,y the corper Minn. Im Melr-ex phi 11. , 1 "i "Santa Pe, N. M. N "Commercial Club, ftoa "Oentlemen: Beferrh ler of train Schedule MMllin. from New anil -main rtlons Ii s on 'I leC, lot Mi IMI well, . W. lie to the nwit from ami u I 1 1 ley 11 ml Santa. present gehed- points In ihe Pecos I'e. N. M., under II nil, 11 passenger trnli nhy point hi ihe van buquerque at Rrifi uonnei tlon With thi fur igmy, rwjielririR In remain in Allnupi, 1 1 nvellni A'r rives rrm ,t Al jltS I e I i nln h passerrgeri all nlulit ex- dases when Cl'PUIIN tliat In extlen, the train for iatiiV hup'penii to bo late and the rinsReriKern may poesl hly he able to make connections. This matter huh gOAe Inln verj thorouKh ly 11 short llnie iij:,, villi tin- Kioemi manugei lit li , nan 1 u llhes of the A. T, & H. ('. l!iiil(lnv .:,,.. an, I We are pleased tf mate lhal We are t,i- 1 . i iii reeeipt of a communication from him to .tin-'eiT," 1 that under h new train nijheil;Hi( hieli becomes effective on DeiVinher sih. next, the train from points iii the Pecos valley Will arrive In ATBOquerque al x i p in., the trsl departing at 8:4B unri while HiIm Is a luxe connection, general manager the Simla Pe has stated thiit 11 was the very host II" CDUld do aqd. lit Hie same li make eonneetloiiH with the trains al other junction points, 1 lo,we ejr, if. Ih'' train arriving from points In ' i V)': IVvos valley hap petiM to he n few mlndtes late It will lie arranged thut the train from the north will w'alt Utlltj such I'eeos val-u- train arrive", s, thai a passenger maj not ie, reotjlpil tq remain over in Vlbu'iucjrque, all night. Itcrerrlng to the situation Iii thi1 opposite dlre lion, a passenger leaving Santa Pe at :i :n p. niu f'tr il point In the I'eeos i-lllle) eonneet;; with the A. T. S. P, west bound, Hulii ?t f ani.v. Which Id ilue to arrive ' hi' AThuqUerqtie at 7 :20 p. tn'.i trie tl'aln to- the Pei nf vallei fruni that point being tiardad to leave iher, .it ti6t p. m., and while thli; Is also a rattier close conhectlon we haw arranged with (le ageir Fox, or ttfe Santa I hold the trailli for 'u P until Bi8Q, so that pagaen al Man lines, tr s 1 alb ) ngers destr if that Her-inconvent- Ing to avail triemtel' i le,- may hoi suffer ellee he l.ninir over 111 A 1 1 1 III 1 1 !e l', l ue all ierqu Infori llil In of y lllllllt. "We ale submitting this Hon, thinkipg pet'tinps n wu some Interest to the clttaen tilt) and or the I 'ej us vallej rg I. Voiirs very t ruh . "ST VTE ' ! HM'i H:.TH i m Mis Bit ,N. "By HlTOrf II WILLIAMS. I .' " f 3 f "1 'liatnna n. T NOT TO BE SOLD IS BELIEF , B, Mi Millen, Co Cai Line, Scouts Transfer, but A Might Be Mistake idea ot Tlte riihuu t-lreulatei that BI I'., ,, , ipltalieis ed in the purchnMc of 111 que TvactloD i'oitiaii laughed st, bui m-ithei nor delilcl. wlu-U sllhlnil M Milieu. isel for th, last nlRhi Hi. Mi-Mill, n idea of i sale, ami Whlb abaolutvl) m ite that th proposition pending, Inti UCh was Ih, ease. "I v, as with Mr. Jasiro, il. Ill ol I the eompauy, all day, vvt, rla." In said. and I oertalnlv l,elh-w that If (here i i n . I llillg PI mini n 1 1 in I ., ,le ,,r transfer. Mr, .1 is il have loUl RRW. Hut In- gl Hon such a thins " lasl i the in v-ol, lit, iirtn nakel-sftebl "al. Wedneedaj sitina Hi ' Chadbonrtii oi the be il company, .-in, n bo is Mr Jasii , - d luah ed iron ami s maaatn his tt-r. Th, i line, r follows a slot , circulat ed here several weeks aso. lhal r tatn i ahfoi n .ins were int, t, si. ,l in the Inn and mUilit be Induced to i ik, i over Ihith were to th. effael that Ihe pnrehasers wen- to make the svst, in "nforni to the standard in western Itles in point of sen ,. i ml .ii-conino Mi llion nut wei, , Mend it lllatel i.tlh . PrSSRRRSJSt. 1 1 ,, , v.. an vthll la I In for n! j f lUr imiiiv u,. .ir. iioosiv . lnde., haie. It's on nl 1 TO ARRANG SCHEDUL RACTI01M COMPANY Morning Journal Entertains Boys and Utrls at manneei YOUNGSTERS BY THE F Vaudeville and Motion Pictures at Orpheum Amuse Kiddies for Two Hours at Special Performance. rnlng Journal's big matinee afternoon for the children erque was r great success. chlldn n'R paper, thi lew po.nt hOSt, The anil that ui I re ask ti mi the motion picture t the prograrn staged for ii benefit m the Orpheum numbi their Bp theater, ei', you could have heard a pin In any pari of the big house, kiddles applauded wildly when Th ever the hero defeated the villain, anil siinietlmes they htSggd the vil lain, in the comedies, Ihej etteered ami whistled wildly at the points Willi !l appeal, 'li III them. Oh, there was no question bttt that they enjoyed the show, I 'in inn the v auilet ille, the) were a mtie restless, bui when a bhwkface comedlari entered the Rceno, they set tled iii, n again, This wax something Ho j could undrgtdhd, even il the) did noi kimw why the wire, in the skeleh. si Ill he jealous of her got - band, Some "f th boy present, walked up to the Btage al this point, anil tor a while H (coked as though a fringe of small boys was hung oh eVery available spot about the fruni THOUSANDS SEE SHOW of the theater. They nil wanted tn k'et as eiose as possible to tin- wonder ful darky who stuttered so tieiinht fully. Another feature Which made a bit was an Irish comedian, win, marched through tiie theater playing a violin. This one thing made 1 in ael one the children win long remember, Th,, vaudeville throughout was re fined, a "sister" aet being Hi ll) number beside the sketch ami tin Irish comedian. The pictures ware line. They Wele ,,r exceptional photography, and were projected on the screen without the least flickering; The kids Were there in force, Ves terday morning, before tin- hour "f If! Ol'YlVell there wo IV seol es uf t belli, Waitlpg outside Hie Office Of tl"' Morning Journal for the previous pasteboards which w id admit them to Hie show, and fioni that time un- .01 no, ,n they entered the office in a steady stream. Soon alter noon, the numbers began to slacken, but by thut time more than nine hundred tlekets had been given eut, Tim struggling hundred or s" wh,, cawg alter noon were aei imodated with tickets as the) came. The theater was rirawded long be fore ih" performance began at 2-iSt). There eie kids everywhere, big boysi small girls, colored, native and otherwise, There Was a fringe of small boys sitting alone the edge "I the wail. :i utile seating Capacity was taken up. Hiere were innny youngsters stand' pjt, Bnd it nn- i ilo 'hestri , k of the theater i hundred children i bared omt every everything then llll" Wild West allege corned) . and 11,11,:, Mere all ri se. The kids were rds, The'j had a n the PIKOSt hoy allesl sisler of HO' ed hoy, Who duti nniv avuiiaiile Meat there wer irlv Rtandlng. They ; thing and took WIlHtto see Tl film, ihe power the strong v a il celvod wil 'P pleased beyong w, splendid time, frot on down lo the sin smallest little eolol fulh eave her tin I" bed ll If th railing, e,l anil . Which Journal Th the nil had a spit just wll.lt the ed them lo ii I, lid Moll WAYBELLE BERINGER. RATON GIRL. WINS IN BEAUTY CONTEST (Surrlsl " , r,,-lM,,'r ItUtOO, N M.. Hon ,,f Raton's ,, Iu ' - .lolirll.il Nov, :s. Hei-otsnl-intatltng reputation ; as a locality in " chin. He calculated I to make for health ami beauty comes 'as a result Of the natioii-wiile beauty ! contest in whhh Miss Mnvhelle Ber- Inger, daughter of George Berlnger of i ins city, ami hersetfya former resident i of Raton, has been adjudged the third most beautiful uifi ba America by a committee composed ot four of the bsi reeognlsed authorities on stage Miss Wringer, who is !! is ot ,.,s ,.,.,. ,, ,,.sldelll oi Los Alls Irs for the past six years. Many in Katon will renienibcr her and rejoice dtetfng tailed honor ot bp ,t several thousands whose DANGER OF CONSUMPTION LIES IN NEGLECT llaaceesM I'h.i raw it Take ,i, oilier I Ha rnn.ii who havi Cohmim t(i-:i HVM Wlllflj If tlir . It iW NKiKU'il tlmt ii UoBf t hvin toi'-tiitiiit.it. ti hnn bMI l it K.iinpw. t .tn b i r ii . rrl fti4Bi- iinl 'i1' et1- i'nil"l fi'ttH-ll. wbn bit "It-i ltd MKHinM Ilii' n tuir l tMtrilll ItillK i-ninln r iiif it'M.tiuK iicti.i i tn 'n i .. i t Thi- tuf f t-rinc fr-.m 'nottmpt k 'unr huij ti ttai is mM1 t i i'l Hi rtU '.iin utiiil Iht nt Itgji K I Wif rrngft- l- ui SSi ..:n oM y. . i t-u in una t'oqtii. ii' in die M(, til Wal IliB.P, ,, ... V rk ""111 njtns .Ituxapiia anr -f4NMnfliaICii)r Hi-mil,, pnwtts KHS . ,,i,ih, i I beauty Iim won recognition from the ( national coromttti mm Bertnger plant later to so on the stage. I PASSENGER TRAIN HITS HANDCAR AND KILLS SECTION MAN Santa I whlell all nger train No, , . e at It: 10 ii'eloi'l; r ate, Wiled fl ec Lamar, Chief., yg 1 r the foreman Is il l, last night, "lie Hun foreman 1 tardav. The n unkiuiwu here. Th, foreman and one laborer were nn a handcar. Both Jumped when they saw the train, hut the foreman Bttcnipped to PUll the ear nff the track, He was figging at the ear when the engine struck It, He was dead when ihe crew of the train, which was brought to a quick Rtdp, reached him. F L Butter, Cheese and Egg Pub lication Declares His Method in Distributing Cows Is Ex cellent One, in n 'recent issue the Mllwaul Butter, Cheese ami Bgg Journal, publication dei oted to those tin nu portent industries, contains a some what extended write-up of E', B, Van Horn, proprietor of the Sunshine Creamery of Albuquerque, in which Mr. Van Horn's method of buying cows and seiiinK them to farmers on the Installment plan, to Insure fl cream .supply for his creamery, is praised as a step ill the right direction. The article, under ihe beading Keep mil- i n tin- Winter Supply," follows The roHowinhg, taken from an buquerque, N, M paper, shows one way of keeping up the winter supply Of uiilk or Cream, ' 111 order to in sure an adequate eicani supply tliis winter, E, E, Van Horn, proprietor of iiie sunshine Creamery, 111 make another purchase of blooded milk Stock which he will duttslbute among rarimr.s up and down ihe Rio Grande valley, seiiiirf. -the cows bhl the in- in- pur - I R1 menl plan. Tl chased will i and will Com high grade HolstelnS from Caillfomla. Mr.) Van Horn is also buying bogs lo lot- ten for the market on buttersntlk ami kafflr corn," ThlR brings to mind a number "f methods thai we have been planplng to suggest for some time. Such a course as above may possibly be more practicable ill .New Mexico than in some or the other states, yet it is a plan that may he followed , ul else- where and prove very popular and profitable, Ai this' time of Hie year th,. Rupply of milk or cream Invaria- ll y t'ullM oil' ami uiilcsM more patrons can be secured, which is v ery dlf fl - cull where competition is keen, the make falls off and the cost of making a pound of butter or cheese sin's up in consequence thereof, it is indeed fortunate tor the man above referred to that there is such a co-operative spirit among the dairymen of his see- Hon, for this is absolutely necessary in putting such a proposition through. !.;;;!1i,'l,';l,;'b,r,'1';n''ti;:'emi;';; s': tlon, where the farmers would be glad to buy more cows on the "wtnlhucht plan and thus Increase their herd t" the advantage of both the fttrmer ami the creaiueryinau. Another Important Item in thg above is 111,.' fact thai hiish uradc or pui" bred cattle are to be purchased, thus in.-turiuK gradual Improvement iu the herils;of that section, ir in your own loctaltty Ih, farmers could nut bo induced to purchase any it th present time, Ille i chaae of a good pure bred bull to be gged by patrons of tin- creamery WOttld eventually hale the same effect on the production of the herd, i ih, bin some buttermaker or cheeeeniakei save: ' i ll onh be here for a year or twd mnl what's Hie use." That's .lUNt Hie point, tile position of the buttermaker ur cheesemsdter is too often held by transient men who move around from on, place tu another, and Hi" sooner tit" buttermakera or cheegemakers Ret t,, a point, where they prove their worth in such a way that the patTOns will object to their leaving anil pay them a better .salary to hold them, the bett- i for all con cerned. A man wh,, is permanent!) located Can most always do better work than u be is cnanging every year ur two He can then Hiink of Ki.hiK after things as the New .Mexico ereainervnuin has. :,ln II it is io-i,riliil,l.. I., too- MM ami fatten them on sklmmilk or imi- tennilk and kafflr corn in Now Mexl- co. ,t certainly win pay many a wis COttSin and .Minnesota mid low: creamery man to feed out sumo hon' on the waste products of the factory It is not a new proposition but ha.- , , ., ' . ,, m.od investment Buj a few fall PUJ from oiu- of th. n eth bora ana Bivu It a trial Th, egtra work is neffft ( bb. tin- profits stir, and it will afford a diversion worth while I q I TEACHERS OF BARELAS MILWAUKEE ARM JOURNA WRITES UP VAN HORN ENTERTAIN 120 PUPILS m KODd" "hv Yu doub' J2Z latatemenl that iiooth s Hpijiu would end the most aRRravating case T . ' I of catarrh. leacnerj ,i th, Bare las district I A n.ir(1 r,ii,iier pocket inhaler and sell,,,.,, assist,-,) bv Mrs. Neil, v estei a hottie nf HYo.MKI and simple ill -da.v eut, named the lg pupils ,.t thi.- struct iona for use is 11.00. This is s,h,, i. The teachers are Mrs (irimm. ' ewHwd the 1IVOMKI outfit. If one Silas ih s nnd Miss Svhro.-ii-r 'l bottle does not banish your vatmrh. The . hildr..,, ,uRht ,.. - an et another for only r. vents, ea h ... ,i. .... i i ,. Thousands ue It for "-otighs. cold an I n. s wh. th. v tnvd ,u ,.! ,na obi cr j,,,, ,n. j ,,'ltlellv Cfk. n.s and tin lea, hers aert.l r.-fn-sh- nnd ,trm.-Rh"ta everywhere Cottofelie ..better than butter tor snonening Eat butter, but don't waste it. The right place for butter is on your dining table; the wrong nlare is in vour kitchen. Every time you shorten or fry with butter you waste money, v.0110 lene the vegetable shortening will give you equally good results at one-third the cost. Cottolene makes light, digesti ble food, which any stomach can digest. Cottolene-made food is rich, but never greasy Neutral in taste, practically without odor, rnriolene is a product of carefully selected cotton oil, refined by our exclusive process. Use one-third less Cottolene than either but ter or lard. Cottolene is never sold in bulk al ways in air-tight tin pails, which pro tect it from dirt, dust and odors. It is always uniform and dependable. THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY iii nts. including cocoa, coffee, cqoit- ip aoughnuts ami other gooa t. , Superintendent Atanaslh thtni llll: Mont tors. i Adell'o Chaves wei i visi- E i i- Heartburn, Gas, Dyspepsia Stomach distress and all ended with pepsin," Pape's Dia- Von don't "ant a slow remedy when ur stomach is had or an uncertain or a harmful oni your stomaeh is ' tuA ' vgluaWet you mustn't mjuru- it with drastie drtfgs. fanes Diapepsin Is doted for its speed in ness; Its regulatini ta mlMlo dyspepsia, trouble In over. Keep tl your hon arge iving relief; ils harmfoss ertaln unt'ailing action in siek, sour, gassy stomachs. uf cures in Indigestion, aStrlt'-S and other stomaeh made it ranmus the world perfect stomach dettor iu keep ll handy get a enl ease from any drug stor Hni th,. i ami then ir anyone should eat thing which doesn't ukTree with ; il' what they eat lays like lead, ferments anil i 1 causes headachi eructations nl' I and I onus go. Izlness and nausea : and undigested soon as Cape's food remember as Root 9lapepaln comes in con' stomach all such distress promptness, certainty I overcoming the worst orders is a revelation t tact with the nish Ils ease in much dis th use who try il I , I eastern flyer will STOP ONLY TEN MINUTES ant. I ' isseniter tr, i according lo a planned chattgl in the schedule, will slofi only ten minutes al Vlbuquerqtie, PassttngcrH will eat al Lainv instead of here. The train is to arrive here at 1: In o'clock In th,- afternoon, and passengera Would prefer not to em s,, early, I trkansas town Has RSnO.OOfl tiro. Leslie. Ark.. Nov. ;v Fire tonighl let-trOS I'll Ihe plain Of I he . I ;. il- lamR Cooperage Company of ibis city. aiisillR a loss estimated at $3OO,A0Q, BOOTH'S HYOMEI Breathe it for Catarrh. Physi I cians Prescribe it and Phar- niaCISlS heCOmmeriO II. f- . I Quickly Clears Stuffed-Up I Head and Stops Snuffling and Hawking. In the morning, shortly after you awake, ),,,r Header, do vou have to hawk ami strain to aet that stubborn piece of mucus out "f your throat'.' '!,t rid of catarrh now: it will prow Worse, as you Rrow older. tine day ,,f breathing pleasant, hanlhig UVi- M hi (pronounce n tiiKn-o-nn-1 RUaranteed catarrh remedy will Rive . v..,, ,,,.n i, ..nderf nl relief that vol. DOSE MAKES INDIGESTION CO