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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 28, 1912.
FIVE 1 'A OPPORTUNITY! n THE n f 11 II I I m urn OFP Of Men's and Women's Ready-to-Wear Garments Your Chance to Get a Big Gold en Rule Dollar's Worth of New and Stylish Women's Wearables -FOR-- 75c This Sale Is Now on AND WILL LAST ONE WEEK Reduction PERCENT ' " PER CENT Women's Coats, Suits, Skirts, Dresses, Kimonos, Sweaters and furs. ALSO MEN'S SUITS and OVERCOATS This Sale Tor Cash Only GoMara imte Dry tells Co. "We Do What We Advertise" COUNTY AD EARLY 20010 ON HAND ON DECEMBER 1 . 1 1 Treasurer's Report, Filed Yes terday with County Commis sioners, Shows Collections Totalling $119,607,42, According In t)u regular report for the moiitli of .'uvtiiilr filed by Treas urer M. Mundoll with the board of county commissioners yesterday the county liml ni'Hrly 1200. unn on hand Dec. 1st, before the I'tiHh bk divided up villi others who derive moncysj from the county taxes, Th exact j Biiuiunt was I hrt. 4 rtS. 3 Tho oollee Uoim for November, l.y fur the heavi est month of the hiilf yeur, totalled 1 1 ,., 7.4 At tln lr meeting yesterday the com missioners took n a nunilier of mut ters, allowing several IiIIIh against the county n m I discussing the Ionic post onetl county survey. A letter whs presented to them ly Assistant Dla trlct Attorney II. II. Jamlxon, Kent hint liy John l Zimmerman, contractor for the county Htirvey several years ago, which asserted that the contraclor thotiKht he would he able to finlnh the work hy July 3 let, anil mat he wiiuhl comply with the couiIIIIoiih iiiiineil In a letter from the commissioners to i him. If he were grunted that much j time In which t complete the work. The commissioners instructed Mr. j Jamison to- Inform Mr. Zimmerman I that his contract would be extended to the. date named, provided that lie I would wait for the cash demanded by the contract until there were sufficient : funds in the county survey fund to pay him. What tile surveyor will say ; to this is only n matter of conjecture. Three years ago, or nearly that, Mr. Zimmerman contracted to survey the county, platting all holdings and turn ing over to the commissioners a com plete plat and copies of his field notes, for H price considered very low. It was a good deal lower than the bid made by any of his competitors. His hid was accepted and for u few months Zimmerman hud a corps of workers going over tho county with rod and transit. Hecause of a lack of funds he was never able to finish the con tract. Lately negotiations were com menced with him and It now appears that he is able to do the work. The commissioners ordered a tele phone InstuI led In tho office of the county superintendent of school in the court house. yeur out, .110 siuie com mini ine Kim y.ud. The bn)s were released Upon their own rocoguixunce, Last nlKht It. M. (Iiicgn, mho Is employed by K 11 ill. detected three men In the in t of stealing coal from the sumo yard. (Irlegn m templed lu ar rest the men. but they run. He llred four shois Into the air to stop them, 4iut this only accelerated thulr speed (i nil llley made good their getaway, tll'lcgo secured several lame (tunny sacks which the men were tarrying. They dropped the sacks when they fled. New pictures. Pastime and Crystal. The Golden Itulc's bin ".MKT Christ mas Savins Stile" will wive yon 25 per cent. It's now mi and Insls it week. ... t - ' FIRE SEASON OPENS IN FORESTS OF SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION HERE ON WAY HOME Alvan X. While, slate superinten dent of public Instruction, was in the city last night on his way horn t Sliver City. Mr. Whltn declared that sentiment In the capital was very high over the stoppaKe of local travel throtiKh New Mexico on (he Califor nia llmlled. "People are nil wrought up over It." he said, "but not so much as they were before the Santa IV allowetl us to travel to Alhuiiier.Ue on the west bound train." Mr. White declined that he had yesterday apportioned the wrhool funds on hand to the different coun ties, at the rate of .1.1 cents for each person of school ime. "We had 1113, n or a Utile more on hand to be ap portioned, so we Just made the ap portionment, (iellerally, ive keep funds in the Kcneral school fund until they aniuunt to enough to make a re spectalile, sum for each county." Mr. White said that the school pop ulation of the state was uhont 101,000, an Increase of only 1,000 over last year lit this time. "This shows that we have an honest administration," he said, "as the rolls are evidently not padded." Mr. While left on the mldnlKht train last night for Silver City, Dom ing, l.nrdsl.urg and Las Cruccs, at which latter place he will nttcn? Farmers- Week at the Agricultural college, January 2nd to 0th, "I had been troubled with consti pation for two yours and tried all of the best physicians In Bristol, Tenn., and they could do nothing for me," writes Thos. K. Williams, Mlddleboro. Ky. "Two packages of Chamber lain's Stomach nnd IJver Tablets cured nie." For sale by all druggists. BRILLIANT SOCIAL EVENT TO BE HELD BY FIRE LADDIES ARKANSAS ! When Season is Over in West ern States It Begins There; Fire Control System in That i State is Efficient. 'I'lie report of Severn forest fires ill Arkansas apprised officials at the headiuurters tn A M nn ucritlic of the third forcxt district that the fire sea son is open In that stale. The fire reason In the western slates closed more than a month ago anil will not bo open until late next spring. Arkansas, however, bus a fire season (ill its own. It begins in De cember usually, and lasts until sum mer. This Is due to thn fuct that Arkansas winters are dry and that the rainfall Is heavy there in sum mer. Florida, which Is included in the third district, al.'o lias a wlntej- fire neuron, but It does not begin until Jnnuary. Climatic conditions are re sponsible fur this scorning reversal In that slate also. The forest service has completed i efficient system for fire control I in the two Arkansas forests. Jt has I watch towers and telephones there Ijust as it has In western forests, but the plentiful water siiiily In Arkun- sas enaoies mem io nave . i"';r horse fire department. The horses carry tanks filled with wuter. When a fire is reported the horses arc driv en to the scene. Itangors in Arkan sas have water baas that they strap on their backs and when a blaze Is discovered soon enough they fre quently are able to put it out before it grows large. The service hopes this year to de crease the fire loss in Arkansas un der last year's flKiires. A decrease in the loss lust year In comparison with the record of the previous year was apparent. The fires ulready re ported in Arkansas were small. The Santa Fe fire department is planning one of the most brilliant social events of the year, to lie held nf tho Armory Tuesday evening. As that Is New Year's eve, preparations arc being made for events fitting to the time and the spirit of carnival which will then prevail. Arrangements for tho dance are practlijijly completed nnd assure that It 'WtlHlife one of the swellcat affairs ever Wh en by any orKunlsuitlnn in the city. There will be a confetti battle at midnight anil free horns will be given ulf who attend. Unites will be admitted free. The music will be the best obtainable, Handsome prizes are on display in Matsnn's window and will be awarded to those appearing- at the dance In the most beautiful, original and Krotesimu costumes. There are twelve prl.es in all, but of the ten In the window almost any would tempt any observer to cumputn for them at least, They Inc lude tobacco Jars, clsurs, rlnns, a shavlnif set, socks and ties und many other dainty und useful articles, and have a total value of $50. They were contributed by local merchants. ROAD BOND ISSUE IS PASSED AS MEANS OF ECONOMY El Paso County, Tex Votes $350,000 for Improving Hiiihwavs and Expects to Reduce Tax Rate by So Doing (ll.v UiimliiK Juiirniil .e, hil liiwil Wire.) I'll Piiho. Dee. 27. V bond Issue of $:s.-0,ll)0 for loud Improvement In Kl Pnso county carried at a special elec tion held today. An unusually heavy vote was cast by taxpayers In the ru ral districts. The funds will be used to continue the ('amino Ileal, which close ly follows the old Santa Fe trail from New Mexico, where It now Is helm; Improved by convict labor. through west Texas und Into Arizona to the west. It Is asserted that the bonds will make a reduction of .1 cents on the $100 valuation of the county tax, rate, by dolntt away with the present heavy road tux. JOYRIDER RELEASED FORMER GOVERNOR BY JUDGE GRAI6 in iTuniiT Dnun IIIIIUUI UUIIU RETURNS FROM Will GUI Thomas Pierce Probably Wi'l Not be Tried for Obtaining an Automobile Under False Pretenses; Not Arraigned, Thomas Pierce, a i rusted Thursday for taklnu a Joy ride in Dr. M. K. Wylder's Ford mini bout, yesterday was released on his ow n recoil n I xn nee. Justice ilcoiuc. It. Crul continued the arraignment of Pierce on the for mal chai Ke of "ohlalulUK an uulomo- bile under false pretenses." The re- j lease of Pierce on his own word, aft- I er his bond had been fixed at I'.'fiO, and tile indefinite continuance of his ai Tiilminiciil probably means that he will not be lulled Into court. Mrs. Pierce's Intercession for her husband was Instrumental In clfcct Inir her husband's release. When Pierce went to the Jull Thursday aft ernoon ami Have himself up to Chief of Police Thomas Mc.Mllllii, she lie van her attempts to procure bull. Tills she was unable to do. Mrs. Pierce took Pierce's supper to the Jail Thursday eveiilnu and Ihluklnu he mltiht t:et eold in the Jail, she took him blankets, from their home. Progressive Leader Declares Roosevelt is Idol of Party' as Before; Thinks Legislature: Will Remain as It is. SHOO IN PARCELS T key's Me. United Stock Salt, the nature solves It. In a state of na'.ure animals . Ill the herbs of the fields, In ll.lt sails ot Ihe tarlli and rick Malices, Ihe element, they cl.ive llley Hecly seek thisc elements, mills in a slate ol n.itme die usi finiii violence or accident pract , ly never from aeiiiilred tlineases. ' doctor Illelnn U i s, Now, nature has pun bled two I sateuii.iriU In two very common lerlalf - salt and rhnrciutl. I It Is an absolute fact if oil take Just salt and charcoal, and 1 them In fore your animals you ' una limn nny toward pi'cVcuUna ease. Hut why do ihlnu by half w you can buy "Salt-em, t out I Medicated Stock Salt, and solve whole problem'.' 1 There are certain danuers lu hornier iloveinor MIku.I a. Otero, eonunon methods of "saltlmi." I of Santa Fe. arrived In Albu.pter.iue ,, , . )t U-k hm are easily polsone. last iib, I, I from the capital, his first ,, ,,. llnllm,lH f deprive uppeanin... lu this city since he at- rr 01R , ., tllP tended the prom edv e natherlUi, In ,,.,, r w,0,.MKi ,,, ChbiiKo ii short time situ. digestion and overtaxed kidneys tbivernor Otero did not wish to n,,- sure results. speak very dellnltely about local tuples, ss he hud been out of the state for Severn I weeks, but declared It was ilia belief thai the IcKlsluturc would remain nrminUcil us It was ul the ter mer session. "I think us does Mr. Haca," he said, "that last year's ses sion was an extraordinary one, but that that does not prevent the oruan l.alliin of tho body at that lime troiii contluiilnii as It mauds. I Mr. Otero would not lie very tlef,- nite about II, but Intimated tha lu Ills belief, Speaker Hacn would tenia, u on Ihe Job, "lie lias many friend iininiiH the deniocrais," he said, "and who Is there lo f lu ii t him.' I think he will keep his place as loliH I's he WIWllH it." 1 1 i n Ihe other hand, we have tr common salt a pure (.rude charcoal, and to this s'mnle have added active medicinal pr 'pies, maklUM a medicated stock uniformly mixed accordlinr to best phnrmiieeiiticiil standards, crv ounce Is a dose of mild t medicine to help Hie action of the er, i educe Die utiuln on the kbit ' and Hon. I'd $i.;.o perfe the processes ol d i I'all. 10 lbs.. Ill itiis: '.'0 K. W. FF. - VV . The quicker a odd Is Rotten rl tho less thn ilauuer from pacim nnd other serious diseases, Mr. I P ST TAMPS A POSTOF CE Special Design of Pasters Ar rives Christmas Day for Use in Handling New Branch of Postal Business. cuho everything had been Itoosevelt, who remained the Idol of his party. Just as he hud been before the vote were counted last November. "Tim slogan was victory In 181," he de clared. "The Hlherlim of the pro gressive in Clilcimo was such a Mill liei Inn as is seldom seen. It w as composed wholly of men who wanted to see the .ronresslve principles tri umph 111 the next presidential elec tion. Tile party will carry on Its fliiht. prosecute its propaganda, Just us thoiiKh It had not been defeated. You must remeiilber that we went Into the Inst fluht handicapped by a very lab' start, yet we made remarkable, show-Inns." H Hull, of Wuverly, Va says: firmly believe Cluimberluln'l C Remedy to be absolutely the best pnration oil the "market for cold have recommended it to my frl and they all narce with mo." Fot i by till druKKlst. Today and lonlubl the (liildcn hilt "KhyIiik Sale" on hullo' ami it IDAHO BANKER IS LODGED IN PRISON New pictures. Pastime nnd Crystal. A THREE YOUTHS ARE TO FACE A CHARGE OF STEALING COAL Three boys, chanted with stealing coal from C. W. Kunz- coul yard, ........ ., .,,. t-.l, i,rt'rn,.fin bv I Officer Pablo l.uian. They will u i pear before Jude CralK this morn- j ins. Olficer l.tljall eailKllt Jose Alluyu. years old, carryliiK sway coal. The t.y told . him that Ceeelio tjonxales. II years old, und Antonio An.iyu, I" Wallace. Idaho, Dec. i'.. In cus lody of u deputy sheriff, 11. F. O'Nell. loriner president of the defunct wti.ie P.ank of Commerce of Wallace. arrived here tonlKht from the county JhII at Couer d'Alene. The prisoner will be arraigned here tomorrow be fore District JuiIkc W. W. Vtoo.ls on charues preferred by the state's t torney InvolvInK the alleKed recelvliif i,f deposits after the bunk was found Insolvent. O'Nell was placed In Jail here tonisht. CHICHESTer;spjll3 tU- SlHHalbHiAl (nil la 4 xl 4iM M.aiV h.,.n, aw mk KiMxM. V it'sfVTTKM IASIWNB HKNI riLI., fc M UNflMMUl son Br deists mm Special parcels post stamps to the value of t,l.".3.ri0 have arrived ut the local postofflco and are (ill ready for use when the parcels post system blossoms forth bright and early New Year's morulnK. The stamps are nil of special design and color. They are divided as follows: It. 000 one-cent stumps; 4,500 two cent stamps; 2,700 four-cent stumps; 11,000 five-cent stamps; a.tiOO ten-cent stumps; 3,600 f If teen-cent stumps; 3, (100 twenty-cent stumps; 3,000 tvven-ty-flve-cenl stamps; iioo seiuuty-five-cent stumps. The postage due stamps for use on parcels are as follows: It no one-cent postaKO due stamps; 450 two-cent postage due stumps; 1100 five-cent postage due stamps; 4(i0 ten cent postage due stamps; 4ii0 twenty-five-cent postage due stamps. Postmaster It. W. Hopkins declared lust night that he did not know where the parcels post business could best bu located In the ofilci. "All our win dows me working now," ha said. "Of course, the proper place for this thing is ut the stump window, lint ns It Is likely to be iille a slow process, mail ing panels there may cause u good deal of congestion und dcluy. The public Is not going to like that. "We expect to huve a good deal of trouble with package Unit are hn roperly wrapped or packed. The department is going to hold the post master responsible for each Insuffi cient ly wrapped or packed parcel Unit is ucccpled, and although we urc uu Ihorlxco1 to turn down anything thai does not look like il would stand thoj trip all right, people are not going to like to have their packages handed buck.' Then ull packages must bo marked with the name ami address of the sender. 1 never saw the value of return cards on packages iiiltc so clearly as I did lu the Christinas rush .lust over. Time after tlnui there would lie a package Willi address lorn clear off. Csunlly the return curd was left w hen this was I llu case. Then we would simply notify the sender that there was such und sui h u pack age In the office minus an address, und they would supply the address. After which We would deliver the package. It was a little delayed, but It got there, all right. "Tlie paekages offered for parcels post hunilllnv most bear the name and address of the sender, otherwise we can not accept thcin. i "Tills panels post business Is go ing to be u slow affair, anyway, 1 am afraid. When a package is delivered at the olfice for shipment, we must first of ul) weigh It. Then we look up the place to which It Is going, say lilcago, for Instance. Chicago is In postal unit No. -Ola. Alliuiucrue is In postul unit No. 4U2X. We then look on Ihe map for postal unit .o. When we find It we see what none It Is In from Alhmiucniue. Zones origi nate ut every inwtol f Ice, there neing eight of them. Then we figure tno rate for so many pounds to such ami such a .one. In this case the sixth, for Chicago Is In the sixth nine from Al bll(ileriUe. Alter that we tell the shipper how many cents he will have to pay und he buys that many stamps ami outs then the package. ll It Is properly wrupped and uiurkid with the correct name and uddress, we accept It. After tilHl We do the rest. He has pressed the button." I Mr. Hopkins said that h scale of eleven pounds capacity had been re-, ieive.1 for use on the parcels post busi ness und that half a clmn-n six-foot tapellnes had also been received for measuring parcels. No parcels Unit can not be compassed by six foot line or w hich weighs more than eleven pounds csn be accepted. ' I Tlw t.olden Hole's Ug ".fler Cl.Hlins Ssvlor Sale" will save jrmi . SALT 'EM. Kvcry time your anlinals gel off feed, or out of condition, you lose by It. You can bring them back to health nine times out of ten If your treatment is light, hut you lose the time In Hint uiibnal's producing per iod, you lose your own lime and la bor and worry In doctoring, us well us the expense of treatment, In most cases yon lose from a set-back While the animal Is regaining condition, In short, you lose every time you stop and doctor discuses, All ti n I n ut in urc liable to get out of condition. 1 There Is the danger from worms, the natural pests of ull live stock, which multiply when animals are kept under domesticated condi tions, ( 2 There Is danger from getting "off feed." 3 There Is dunuer from waste of feed worms Ket the substance or from weak body organs which can not take cure of the feed. From worms and the listless, "do-less" off-feed cntulltlotis there Is (lunger of any one of ll down serious diseases which are liable to attack farm stock and mo hard when Ihe animal Is out of condition. , Now, having told you the danger, we are uoliix lo toll you the remedy. For there Is n short cut that will save you this dreadful risk from H oi ins and illscaac. There Is a way to sa feu on id your profits. Kvcry stoi kiuaii wants lo lie the owner of nifty, thrifty livestock. Kvcry feeder wants to see In 111? herds those sleek, well rounded sides, and the gleam and glisten, the roll lo the hide that pr Ises top prices. It siiiiiiiIn like hiiinniillniiulilMil, bill It's business inniumeineiit. one trouble In treating disease Is that II has u good sin ft lief ore you know It. I'sually you don't know anything Is wrong uiilll there Is some bad symptom. Now consider: You knnw when you lire reeling "run down," not utile lo do your bcsl. You know this long before any outsider can sound the warning. II Is cMielly the same with your iinlinuK They know -long before you can know that something Is wrong Willi coudll Inns. To be profitable, all stock must be kepi under unnatural conditions a little over crowded, a little under ex ercised and .1 little over fed. Is 11 any wonder anlinals get out of con dition '.' Now then, tills Is the biggest prob lem before the live slock owner: How to keep his herds 111 vigorous, pro ductive health how to push to the 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 i,f healthful production lu or der to show good returns for the high cost of feed and care. j We solve that problem. We solve II with "Salt-em," Con- rcndy-lo-wcnr. 2.1 per cent red ui New pictures, Pastime and C'r ELKS' IK Saturday Night, Dec. 2! By Special Arrangement ; DENMAN THOMPSON'S: "Dramatic Evergreen" Ml): 35 MT 11111. Il'k, It s tutw on and I , a Qrpheum SATURDAY, DEC. 28, AND SUNDAY, DEC. 29. Jubilee Minstrel Show Will Begin at 8 O'clock. BAND CONCERT IN FRONT OF THEATER AT 7:30. Sunday Matinee at 2:30. The Old Homestead Personal Direction MR. FRANK THOMPSON America's Greatest Success , Always Guaranteed. Twenty-Seventh Season. Price. 75c. $1.00. $ ELKSTheal Wednesday, Jan. 1. ISP BY CHARLES KLEl AUTHOR OF THE IJOiN- - AND THE NOUS -THE GAME! ERS: Maggie reppHiEn m:t sai.i: .movdav m vrsc l!l( I S 7.V. !.") and li(M I l.-V l I.IIN Al'TO 1. , (Curries I . S. .Mail). Leaves Itosvvell 10:10 Arrives Vaughn 3:2 leaves Vuugbn dully .... X:o Arrives U, .swell :n" (Auto waits until 10:00 ll. m , arrival of ll. I'. S. W. trnin No Fare, one way $10. Hound trip. 100 lbs. baggage curried free; e: baggage, $:l..".0 per 100 lbs. Hug up to 1..10M lbs. curried. Connections niude at Vaughn all K. P. S. W. and Santa Kf tr HokhcII AM,, O'- i:cH. w t.nrhiiglon llros., Vaughn. DUKE CITY CLEANERS- IIATTE 19 W. . 11 lone Y r.