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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28. 1912.
1 i,:; !i III ll s ,g i i Cwt Jiinr list cmfto journal HUM Hawipapne at Haw Maslaa) rvanakaa tk, XNAL PUBLISHING CO. tACTIIBliaON. MeCRBlllUT.... W- I.UfK rox ....... .rratdal Manar City Bailor Bailor . J. italic feallalaa, I'kkawj, BL, uriinuHw, KAII-fl ft. MI' .MOAN. M rsrk aw. Mm Tar. i aa aaoona-alaaa matiaf at l"' .Una ! Alixqu.rqu.. N. M., aaoar mi , laraaa at Marc t, H't. ', MOHNINU JOI'HNaT IH tHB icSi rPfOKTINl TUB PBINCI- 'fflU TIktB ANn THB MBTHOlia OP RBrt'BUCA PARII WUBN THBf in, mrruiailun man any ulnar iir i M.iioo. Tka onl pa par la Naw ! laaura aar 0r I TICHti or HI ui uiriiun, I kr aarrl.r. ana mnta... h mall. on montn. .c HOC 4 a Moralna Journal kaa a kl(bar alrcu 1 rating (naa la aoeortfa to taj olbar 1 la Ntaj Halloa. fa Am.rloaD Pr ntrartory f AilNtrlii actually closed her galea to Servian produce. 'What Auatrla did una to pint the economic ruin of Hervln, und tho, flK- urea allow how nearly ahe, auececded. Hut AiiHltlit'a malevolence coiiaolldnt I'll I hi' Itll Ik.lliH. Hi iv In turned to her alster In anrrnw, and the ) aplscd Herbs, Huliinra mitt Greeks have ahuuii on the bmtli field what thu nulled I in IU ii tiM cim do. "Ill her conomlo, all tilts Hcrvln elm lined I he rhiirneter of tier Indua trie. France, lender to ii II the Kluva, financed great puckllitf houaea, re f rlKerntors. special railway, chin nnd ah I pa, whereby for prepared incuts mid tilled fruit Hcrvln haa found a inurkrt In 1'K.vi't, Malta, Italy nnd elsewhere. "Auslrlu'a fnllurn to achieve the economic ruin of Ken la explain her ntnenr now. And , cim ace, ton, why Hervla wauls 1 n r ukkd ; for Iu ramto rM-llM prosperity for Hervlii, "la Austria, oppressor of Polo, llnl liin, Hlav, to be permuted hy Chrla tendotn to ataitip Into the curth thoso valiant Hci'lia?" iQI'EKQt'l NEW MBXIfO gi..i:iui, riusri:itiTV. j only alik apot In Amerlenn na la on Willi atreet. The com ! aaeni lea rfport rrcoril hrrak nllduy trade In nil pnrta ff Hie ry. Merehiinta hv not miidr lurire iniirKlna of proflta na In pant acnaona. for ffiirchiixeri hd It druiiinied Into them thai oat of llvlim hn liceli too hltth, hey huv InalHtcd on rcdtietlona. lnidxtreet a report that (h aiilea j been ao great that the reduc j have not rerluceil the net proflta merehanta. In other wohIb, rndor haa made aa much money 'War an he riuide laat year and j urchnaer hna received more for loney, A moat autlafactor atate- ? (1. Dun anil Company tell u" ha nolahlo development of the I of th yetir la the trcmendona tialon In rxporta. For Inatunee, jnovement from New York Inat na 2,17.On). a km In of M, j0 over the aume week Inat year. ii It may i-e aeen tnni wnnc at I eel hna had Mie Brief, due ent deelKloiia of the aupreme and to ln cNtiKiitluiiH of vnrloua eaaluual comtnllleeH, indleatlnu dniHllo leiilnliition may lie ex il, tha hUHlneaa of the nvelBKe of tha country never In a tlon an aatlafuctory. iihormore, tho prnapoet for the icaa of the country could not lie . Inveatiuenta nra aeekliiK JnntB channcla. The poHlofriei (linent hna Hindu a campiilKn iat get-rlch-qulek nnd traudu 'aehemea that will aavr to the fry w vera I hundred inllllon dol 'i year for the permanent IhimI- of tha country. The annuul from tho I'anunia canal will eeano, nnd It hna heen a fur arid greater handicap on (he money fy of the country than people ily reallaed. ' N year l'JIS promlaea to hreak Jevloua recoida for pronperlty, lia thu year that la cIohIiik haa I a record hrcakcr compared fany former year In the hlatory ? I'nlted Wiitea. a. a. JDMa tiii; hk.iit max. j VI I Tin: cwAii .om:. .' report tell tin that I'realdeiit la homeward ImiiiiiiI from the Kone, whero he went lo learn idltlona are ripe for liiuuKurat- ivll governiii) tit lo Kiipplaut the : ilt ti t ileapotlHm that haa ple- there wince that alli of land en the Aklantlc and the Pacific Jiecjulred. i admlnlKtrallon haa I n Ineor- , lie and exeeeilliiKly aide. 1 1 ll I In ') ry nature It la trnimltory nnd lla a, like that of all dcHpotlHina, pendent upon aeeldeul. And o. I pa, it ittuat pana. It haa heeli ! ile. In fuel, only in derived from ,.erlor Kovernmeiit which for the 'lit and for a apeelflc. purpose upon IncorrtiptlMllty and aliil- ; Hueh Bovcrnment never can lit j-Nlitiito for democracy, which ' nil lla fuultK, cannot l aa ell ' had diBpotlam. A good dcapot- .lependa on Kitting a (ioethalH, a and to one allot. VertheleHM, were It poaalhlo to nie Colonel (aoethala In offl tually, the licttt thlnu that could n lo the canal Rune would he a i nied le(tpotlnm. And, conBider- he charniter of the people and rol'lem that itiUHt lie dealt with e I'nited Statek. It ia doubtful If f omy, auch aa may be Krautcd to ' II he en unmixed good. I Al'HTItlt M Nt:HIA. It la generally conceded that the next aecrctary of (he Interior will he from one of the public land atatea, liy nil the rulea of common aenac, Mich ahould he thu cnxn, for what tha beat Informed man from nny oilier acctlon of the country doea not know of public landa nnd of Indiana, and what ho cannot learn durlnu; four ycara, would fill a volume much la iter than haa ever been turned out hy the government printing office, Not only ahould the, next aecretial-y he from the public land atatea, hut he ahould he from one of tha alatca where the government landa form large percentage of the urea Included within lta hordera. Hueh ure the atatea of New Mexico ArlRunn, Colorado, Wyoming;, I'talu and Idaho. While there are public landa In a number of other atatea, there ore few problem connected with their udinlniatratlon. New Mexico haa it man eminently fitted for the office of accretary of the, Interior. Hon. A. A. Jonea, of Kaat Lua Vegna, haa mridu n cloae aludy of moat of the problema In volved. He hna had broiul practical experience, la one of tho heat lawyera of the wcat, hua aound Judgment mid la acrupiiloualy conaclenlloua. Mr. Jouca would mako mi admira ble udiiiiiiictrutor, nnd known more, both of public hind problema anil In dian ul'falra, than could bo learned by nlmoHt any other man during n four yeara' term na accretary, or even by eight yeara' aervlce, Mr. Jones haa devoted much of the paat quar ter of a century to atudylng tho quea tinna ho would be called upon to deal with. Them la no tiieatlon that Prraldent Wllaon would net wlacly liy giving the Interior department portfolio lo Mr. Jonea. Hhould ho not do ao, tho po altloii la nlmoat aura to fall In leaa competent ha ruin. DONA ANA COUNTY BLIND LAWYER IS FEDERAL CHARGE IS T VOTES TODAY ON BOND ISSUE IHIVAN AND WIUNOX. nay be of Interval to know why t haa been ao hisluli lit upon eT a port on the Adriatic atn, ivhy Auatrla hna uaed every i,a ptini.il le to tiltw k her piirpoce, it actually lu draw the eword. -Vlinneuiii'llx JoIiiiimI haa the fnl K illuminntlliK etlltiirlal. hy doea rtervlu j liixft on huv j Port on the Adriatic r The an iia fotind in her relutionx to t ! rvia haa .tltle, hi. km. poultry ruita to aell. They are about her 'aaaeta. hrriian exporta nutiiiul- rut out thlollgh A until.,, Hllie ,'ljla.jtix themaelvta afford no s-t. alid aline the way to uesl- i -.urope lrt- acroaa ttoiigarv mi f Ian Croatia, up the Danube In Air. lliyan's relation t" the Incom ing lidmlnlatrallon ciitiHtltuto by far thu moat IntcrcHtlng aubject of apecu liitlun in Amerlenn politic today. That he will go Into t hn cabinet Ih ex pected. Hut It la not expected that he will tllctale the coiidllloiiM under which ha will cuter the prcHldciit'a council of advlHcra, The rumor that Mr. Ilryan will ex act aa u condition of hla auipoit that Mr. Wllaon dlaavow a aecond cnndl dacy ami promlNe to inlvocato the candidacy of Ilryan four ycara hence cannot be true. Woodrow Wllaon la not a man to ho run In tlila way ami Mr, Ilryan la not a man wHiuho record In auch na to juatlfy him In iniiklii, auch a raw demand. Neither of them, nor both of them, could dlMpoae of the prcaldeiicy In 1!U, If ao dlapuaed. The office atlll belong to tin- people. Mr. Wllaon'a iidmlnlKtrallon would lone dignity from the beginning If It came lo be recoglilaed that It waa but a vcatlbule to another Hryiiu boom. The hlalory of the Taft campaign, but ked by Hooaevclt, Ih tuo recent In tho mindN of the votcra to mukc auch program popular or poKNlble. The only thing Mr. Wllaon can do la to offer Mr. Ilryan the position, ax haa been ountomary with prcaidcuta to t ffer the premier poHlllun to the moat Influential man In the party who at the time holdx no public office. When that ia done It will be tip to Mr. Ilryan to iiuike a record In that puxltion that will Juxtlfy hla party III conxld crliiK him for the candidacy in HUG. Colonel Uocthala aeciun to be one of tlmae men who are able to aecure recognition wllhout beating ;, tom tom and ahoutlng "lido, here'' all the time. Pioposed One Hundred Thou sand Dollars Appropriation for Good Roads Believed Certain to Carry, (apei-lnl f'nrrtMpiHiilrnee tn Morning Journal I l4ia Cllicox, N, M., lice. 7. Tomor row the people of Iiona Ann county will go to the polla to Vole upon the proponed IHIO.OUO rond bond lanue. Whul oppoaltloti originally appeared to thla propoaed bond laaue aeema to have now faded nway, due lo the un tiring and enlhiixluatlc efftirta of the road booatcra In the county. Aa preal dent of the Dona Ann County Hood Honda AHaoclutloli, Francla F!. I'ater, together with membcra of tho county road hoard, have vialted all porta of the, county, held a aeries of public tneetlngH at which the cltl.ena of the county have been taken Into confi dence and tho pollclea of the road hoard exolalned and ahown to be In Ihe Inlereat of the people of the counly aa n whole. Hettera have nlao been aent out to cltlxena of tho county and to membcra of the Dona Ann County flood Honda Aaaoclalloll executive committee, which exlat In each of the nineteen preclncta, and in thla way an organisation haa been created that will brlngr nut tho vote on tomorrow In favor of. the bond laaue. Aa u reault of thla work the people of the county are now enthnalaatle In favor of th bonda, unit they will undoubtedly bo approved by a very largo majority. f)n Monday W, 8. Ollllani and Krnn cla K. Ijcater, memhera of the county road hoard, went to Klncon and held a good ronda meeting; In the after noon, at which wna nlao preaent H. 11. Hurrell.'thn government highway en gineer, who la apcndlng ten duya In I Hum Ana counly delivering lectures In varloua preelncla In tho county. Monday Mr. Ilurrell delivered hla lec ture to a crowded houae, over fifty peoplo being preaent, ami moat of Whom traveled ll illntanco of fifteen to eighteen miles through tho Know and cold. TucHday night Mr. Hurrell delivered hla'Tirctuic at l.u Meau, and the achool houae waa Jammed to Hut doora with an uudlcucc of 214 persona who came from Chamhci'lno, l,u Meau and Han Miguel. The audience wu aenlhiiHl iihIIc and delighted Willi the lecture from beginning to end. On laat night Mr. Hurrell lectured to an uudlence of over 250 people gather ed In the Armory ball here, ex-Muyof Young of l.ua Crucca prcaldlug. For thla lecture a largo number of addi tional vlcwa had been received from Waahlngtoii, Including a groat many allowing the beat molhoda of rood building for local condlllona in Dona Ana county, und thla part of tho lec ture waa Hatched to Willi rapt atten tion. Mr. Ilurrell lectured In MeHllla to night; at lu Agricultural college, on Monday night, December Itoth; ut He rlno, TucKilay, December Slat, und at I.a I'ulon Wednesday, January lat, after which h Icavoa for Demlng and Silver City. Tho cnthiiHliiMin In favor of good road in Dona Ana county aeema at preaent lo lie unbounded, Kvcry one la ii good road Initiator. The native people ,.Kpecially uro taking uti niMlvo peraonal IntcicHl In not only tulkiug up good rouda but In biluging out u heavy vote at the polla loiiiomiw. New plcturea. I'liHtlmo und Crystal A ASPIRANT FOR SE TOBSHIP Upper Branch of Congress May Have Second Sightless Mem ber in Henry Ridgcly of Delaware. (Himm'IiiI t'lirrenpiMitlenre In Mnmlni Jmirnull Wllnilngtun, Del., Dee. SJ. When the next aeaalon of the legialalure mocta In January, there la anro to be a big night when thn matter of electing a democratic United Htatea aeiiator to auceeed Senator Hlchiirdaon, republi eun, la brought up, and from tho prcx enl indli atloiia tho atruggle la ant e to be one of the hHferat In tha political hlalory of the atate. There are now ao many poaalhllillc that prophet arc lieeoming morn and more cautloux In their proillctlnna. Willnrd Saulidiury, tho national ct iiimltteeman, uppeura at the prcHcnl time to have the lead, hut It la rumor ed that ho la going to bo aubject to auch an attack by the du Punt repub lican machine,' aided by a certain cle ment of ' democrat, that ho will bo eliminated from the fight. The du Pont machine la now Reck ing; to mako any aort of a deal with the democrat tn defeat Haulabury. Henry Hldgoly, tho blind luwyer, of Dover, haa been boomed for the berth by tho antl-Haulabury faction. He la an able lawyer, and democruti have a number of tlmea unaucceaaf ully aoughl the uae of hla name for varloua poMltlona. It la aald, however, that ho will not rcfuae to permit hi frlonda to uae Ida name In connection with the Honatorlal fight. Friend of L. Irving Handy, ex-congreaaman, are atlll declaring that ho will be tho most potent factor In thn fight, and that with Saulaliury eliminated It will bo easy to select him. Therefore, they are not Inclined to Join tho proposed coalition with Kidgcly unless they first boo that Handy la hopelcsly boa ton. MADE AOAINS JAMES T. FAY Former Postmaster at Farm- ington and Manager of Dis tillerv Indicted on Three Counts by U, S, Grand Jury, HOME HEALTH CLUB (HY 1)11, DAVID II. HKKDKIt). Ventilating; the Home, Just recently I received u letter from u vouiiH lady attending nchoof saying that, she haa hud a cold for several weeks, and that Mho Just NEW MEXICO SITE IS SELECTED AT SAN Fl RANCISCO Commission Appointed by Gov ernor W. C. McDonald Picks Out Location for State Build ing at 1915 Show, IjHiru Jean l.lbhy nay a nothing get at i eoltl aa the human heart. Did Aunt Ijiuiii ever feel one of those hot air replster when the heut get turned in the other direction ? The gentlemen who were tcMIng a fourteen Hn li gun aomenlicre off New York not off scot free, but they heard Ihe Iiolsc when the cannon' fa.-c blew off. Champ Clark declare that he will not dlsi -una pryan. with anybody, per haps he believes hla t'CU liu la 1 1 ix t.io limited to tl that subject Justice. , otlria lias persistently uaed the J-tunlty to haraa Kervia. Kot ice. In Je-., JHOJ, becauae ter ' ho,- lo but fine French nrlil- net fad of iufeilor Aufetriuu guns, The president -eie t aaya that his first tint) aa pteaideiit la to belli Mi Wilson unpack. Wonder what Mrs Wilson think about it? Hi she ever art n a man unpin k (Hperlnl lM.pnlt'h lo tha Morula Journal.) San Francisco, Dec, 2i. The Now Mexico c ommtsxtnn, appointed by tlovoriior W. C. .McDonald, as a re sult of a bill passed bv the legislature in January of this jear. arrived In Ibis city today, and selected a site for New Mexico's building at the Panama-Pacific International Kxposl- tlon. in 115. The commUsion consisted of cx (loveriior Herbert J llagerniun, of Hoawell; ex-Cm i riiiir W. T. Thorn ton, of Santa IV; H. K. Twltehell, of l.tis Vegas, Mayer J. J. Sehuler, of Union, and II. A. Jastro. of Deiii iug. Thla makes the tn em v-fourth atate tn select a site for participation tn the eomlna; woihl'a fair, anil la the last of the Pat If if coast states, all other having nmde their selections. Willi the exception f Texa and Utlahoma every state west of the Missouri river, has selectee) Its flia;V building site at the exposition New Mexico has in mind the erec tion of n building ,,f Mexican art -hi-tecture. to be of adobe, surrounding a patio ami the planting are to be of t actus an, other deceit growths If you didn't get hat ou liked for Christ iii-ti imii ,ati tltt.itt h,t ou got. Take a, Haulage of the leg (,,l,l, n Hole Saving sc. 25 i r ifiil rctluc- Htm mi all miiiicir cai, Milt., skirt. Ire--, kimoiiti. swt-alcrs ami furs. l mi-it's suits mnl ovcrt-oftlx. Kvery family hna need ct good, reliable liniment. For sprains, bruise, aorenea f the muscles nnd rheumat ic totins there in none better than Cbuinbeilain . bold by all drugfiiaia. snccy.es and coughs something "aw ful." Kho took great palna to add that she couldn't account for It, be cause alio never slept with her bed room windows open. To you, .Home Health club readers, I'll Klve you just one guess aa to the cause, of the young lady's cold. To transpose one of Solomon's saying: "What would It profit one to gain a world of knowledge and In doing so lose his health?" If tho value of fresh air were reck oned in dollars and cents we would all lie figuring; out ways and means of getting It. Come to think of It, It has, indirectly, a decided money value. Health and a clear brain arc worth money. Proper ventilation of the home Is requisite to both. It Is true that most of our homes are built without any thought to ven tilation. Wlille tho fact Is regrettable, It Is not a valid excuse fur living and sleeping in almost airtight rooms. Itooma have w indows and doors, and these can be used In such n way, oven in the coldest of weather, as to give a fair degree of ventilation. 1 waa walking; tilling tho street a few days ago and noticed two men working outside on a house. On waa nailing weather strips around tho windows against tho sash, and the other was putting up a heavy storm door. I was reminded of an old song 1 had beard Somewhere, the words of which ran something like this: "A little mule work for the undertaker. A little mure work for the casket maker." Colds, pneumonia, consump tion hut what's the use, you all sec the point. How can tbiors and windows be arranged so as lo permit ventilation without permitting a draft through the room? Tho best and most prac tical device that I have found Is the deflector. If one cures to spend the money ho can have them made of plate glass. Most any one who can use a saw and hammer can make one out of it pine board that will givn as good service as a glass one. The only difference being lu the looks. Take a one-half to three-fourths Inch board six to eight Inches wide and saw It the length to fit into the win dow frame at tho bottom, tine edge must rest on the window sill, elevate the other to an angle of about sixty degree. Now tack small cleats on both sides of the board so as to hold It In position, and allow it to bo slipped in and out us desired. The edge resting on the window sill may In- planed to the proper an pie so that It will set firmly. You see now the window can he raised from a fraction of an Inch to 5 or 0 inches, and there will be nb draft through the room a the air is deflected or thrown upward toward the ceiling. A window on the opposite sitlo of the loom may be lowered from tho lop. thus securing ventilation. Sup pose there is only one window in the room, fxe the deflector and lower the tup aash. While this will allow oiih a poor circulation of air it is a great deal better than none. Veil see, in getting ventilation, the Idea Is to have the Intake near the floor and the outlet on the opposite of the room near the roiling;. IRperlal rorraannnriVne to Momlna Journal 1 Axtee. N. M. I . -V. Jamea T. Fay former postmaster at Farming- ton, waa arrested by Deputy lT. H. Marshal Collier on three different count today. Hearing will come up heforo I nited Slalea Commlasloner ITriintr Slim lln nt Farmington. It la anid that the charge against Mr. Firy Ineludo selling ll(iior to an Indian and manufacturing licpmr without paying Internal revenue tax thereon. Mr. Fay has been manager of tho distillery at Furmlnglon for some months. He waa at one time a prominent republi can politician of San Juan county. Cniisplnicy la Allojteil. The confession of Plnkney H. Head, tho Indian who act fire to tho Farm ington cunning factory and tho lumber yard of tho Durango Planing Mill & Dumber Co., In that city, la said to re veal a conspiracy by which Head was to be convicted of tho crime and two accomplices were to receive a reward offered for thu culprit's detection. K.rneat Woatbrook and C. C. McKlnney are under Indictment with Head lis accesaorlea. It la aald that C. C. Mumina, manager of the lumber com pany, was told If ho would pay the offered reward, which was $3110, to a friend of tho accused men, the name of the guilty man would he given him. This he refused to do. Further In vestigation brought out evidence that showed ,thnt Head to be a mere stool pigeon, and the making public of hlR confession la nwaltcd with much In terest. v Numerous Ciikcm Disposed of. District court la proceeding with good apeed, under tho guidance of Judge Abbott. Disposition has boon made, of the following cases: Lu Plata Horse Company vs. H. S. Cooper, dismissed nt plaintiff, cost. John Pearson vs. John Swlro, dam age ault. verdict favor defendant. La I k in Heck ct al, vs. Peter Adam son, Kr., judgment for plaintiff. H. J. Ovcrholser vs. Foster Illuck lock, damage suit, Judgment for plain tiff. K. H. Chambers vs. O. E. West, Judgment for defendant. K. K. Otis vs. F. M. CJuinn, judg ment for plaintiff, $280, lien Murr iy, charged with conceal-1 Ing stolen property, was admitted. I Tho grand Jury returned additional Indictments as follows: Frank U. Allen and David Hobert son, doing business without licenses. W. J. .Hill and Ted Holmes, selling llijuor to minor. "No bills" wore returned In follow ing cases: Jack Iliinee, Krnost Chambers, J. It. Swlro, David Truby, Henry Trilby and Peto Lltz. Keconiiiioiidnllnim hy (irand Jury. Hcconiniendations wore made by tho grand Jury In its report. Among these It was advised that the next grand Jury look more closely Into alleged vi olation of gambling law am illegal selling of ll(iior; that an act be passed liy the legislature making it compul sory to get written permission before deadly weapons may be sold; that no evidence whul ever of "court fixing" could bo found; that tho county treas urer's office was kept neat, the treas urer is under $28,000 bond to the coun ly and nil additional bond of $10,000 as school fund custodiun; bounty ou wild unimals Is urged repealed; now olCIco fixtures lire recommended for treasurer, assessor and superintendent; more fireproof vault room is urged for tho county clerk's office; a new Jail liulltllnB is recommended. Ask nny rimmI doctor what lie "thinks .of tho judicium, use of pure, old whiskey, and he will tell you that it is the best sort of a Ionic and in vlis'orator. Hut you tnusl choose lite right khul with tare a, poor whiskey will tlo more harm than good whiakcy can tlo good. When you buy SUNNY BROOK The PURE FOOD Hhhkey you have the guarantee of the largest distillers of tint uihisltcy in the world Vf t' -if if v ' u Hi rs. rrl PlNNV&ROOK whiskey -HU1II.KW - BROOK 'that It ia the yery beat and purett that money and skill can produce a whiskey scienti fit ally dislillrd anil larefully a fed for the express purpose of being; nsed as a hrallhjul stimulant in tlie home. SUNNY BROOK The PURE FOOD Whhkey la distilled, aged and bottled In bond under the direct sup ervision of U.S. Government Inspectors, and the Greoa Government Stump tli.-it seals each battle guarantees that tho contents are zenuina, .itraifhtt natural whlikey, properly ma tured, mod full U. S. Standard "(loo:.) woof. TitTarmrnrro-.t The Meyers Co. General Dl.tributor ALBUQUERQUE, N. MEX. AjlJMaaaaammaai J?.' f'gpn?Jaj I ffT PERFECTION IIP I 4 Brings Solid Comfort to Old People All winter long on the Zero days and the windy, blustering days the Perfection Smoke less Oil Heater gives them real solid comfort It saves them many a cold and sickness for it easily warms the rooms r.ot reached by the ordinary heat The Perfection Heater is made with nickel trim mings (plain steel or enameled turquoise-blue drums). Ornamental. Inexpensive. Lasts for years. Easily moved from place to place. At DmaUra Eomryivhmtm CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY Danvar, Pueblo, Albuouerqoa, yhari Bulla, Bouo, 4 Laka City. WILLIAMS DRUG CO. Is now located In Its new ipiarterH In the Grunt Iliilldliij;. 307 WEST CENTRAL AVENUE DEMING SUFFERS FROM COSTLY MIDNIGHT BLAZE (Hpecliil riirrr.timnrfrnce lo Morning Journal) DcmiiiK, N. At., l'cc. SI. A tho rcHiilt of a fire which broke out jahont midnight Thursday, two Htores and a saloon were destroyed and ad Joining liulldinua Hcriously damaged, causing a Ickh cwtlinated at $10,000 on linllillnys and alock. The lire orlKlnated in the lilrchflclcl At Heath millinery atore. destroyed this estnli llahmcnt, Kttcd the Victor confec tionery and the Silver Kliiit saloon and caused a considerable loss to n barber shop nnd the N. A. liollch dry KOtuls houae. With the exception of the saloon stock, the loss is covered by insurance. New pictures. Pastime and Crystal. Report of the Condition OF THE First National Bank ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. At the Close of Business November 2Cth, 1912. side Tlut IVn-loll. Mluht just suicscst to Antly, dear. To 0attr Hay he apceds it. And se If 'round there things pear A if he reallv ncttla It. rhiludvlphiu Ledger, op- NEW PANCAKE FLOUR, Per Package, 10c !-Killoii (lln laio Syrup . .25 10-lh. can Ix-M Honey 1.00 11cm Comb Honey to 3 Ills. Mtv Meaty I'l unes 25 .1 Ihs. Ijilur Itai-ins .25 line qiinlity Siiunr. can 2 cans Sinihiirsi early ,Iiiiic IVil. I'lire Siititir Mirl auily. Hi Xltv -Im- acl Oraiixoi We Iimvc a lew li mill Doll-, to close out. Kathcr than lo iut k. IlK'lil aay uill sell llicin luai llcally nt your oh ii price. J J W e arc iiinkino; inlt celliij; prices on ! I Wtail anil lltcs-tl I inlcrwciir. Men's! ami Hoys' crcoiils. Men's ami Hoys' Suits. j W e liao sonii I Mtllcrt lytun; Coats at S:l..Ml to 1 J.iMI : I, Iris' t outs. mi ! l..0: IUs" 3.V Ualhcr l.lnirs 25o: i I Jitl it V ,'iiH- fine Wool Mills. S.k .10 .25 j .15 .251 I i t t ! t t RESOURCES Loans and Discounts $2,660,638.23 Overdrafts None Bonds, Securities, Etc '. 78,658.85 Banking House and Furniture 49,581.01 United States Bonds $ 443,076.80 Cash and Exchange 2,082,900.78 2,525,977.58 Total $5,314,855.67 LIABILITIES Capital ' $ 300,000.00 Surplus and Trofits.. 110,474,06 Circulation 300,000.00 Deposits 4,604.381.61 Total ?5,314,855.67 Your Dollar Buys More At DOLDE'S SI 0-2 1 2 South Scvoiul. THIS BANK IS THE OLDEST AND HAS THE LARG EST BUSINESS OE ANY BANK IX NEW MEXICO. WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS. 3H