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C LUG MODELS WIS !1 SETTIWS OF r G sino. ijoai er Va EGGS AS PRIZES rea rps; ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL', SATURDAY. DECEMBER 6. 1913. lues THE ROSENWALD sT'r r 'IL iaft I'M fell vuuiu I 'Sua II!!! improves the skin and hair RESINOL SOAP is in every way pure, delightful and cleansing for the toilet and shampoo In addi tion, it contains Iicxiiwl, which doc tors everywhere prescribe for skin and scalp affections. Its regular use, therefore, tends to prevent pim ples, blackheads, and blotches, to keep the hair thick and lustrous, and the scalp free from dandruff. IU'sinol Soap is not artificially colored, its rich brown is given it by the. Koainul med ication. Costs 25 cents ntid is worth infi nitely more to everyone who values a clear skin and good luiir. I STORE TODAY is.: I'Var' A 7 '.! ' mm Itninol Ointmrfit ( raot valuable In Oi 1 rretnifht f far ml vrujithihn, ry,TTia.t htif inrs fli' ir trial m.fvt HvtH Snap ami Alburi Lin q ue s Bis Department Establishment Plans Some thing Unique for Its Patrons This Afternoon, FOR CITES 0, J, Goodacre, of Compton,! Cal Writes John Rucb He! Will Give Ten Settings for Essay Writing Competition, "(ill Wi-man, coy h ml hard to pleaso," have you seen those win dow'.' one in lull ( almost declare that t h ! Is a unman' head li.ick of the ileeotaling Mhoine of tin1 Koscnwuld estal'litlimt ill, except tli.it here In e riisiiiiiii My n mere man who i. Ise be yond Ins stupid fellows whu don't know ii drape from a drain-pipe of :i tnnii' from a turnip, mid who will run tinuc to the end of time to cull nil manner of things about n w umiin'K ! u,.,., t th,. Ke!tiiii.-i from dress a gusset. ( looasiona lly thlH m-i,,. pntriiliio Wellington sLi g, ffritn j euliar soi l of genius dot appearance In thr world, l Hit in seenm to have ill' iiln'ii Aliiiiqiu-riii. Hveryhody knows that The offer of ti., .1. 'iooilai'ic, of I Compton. Calif., to Rivt ton soiling of! eggs as prizes In the S' hool ohildi en h i i-NMiy writing' et.nteni, i-rii-ni'it yi-strr- j tiny hy John H'o'h, Inrrc aM-d the prit- lint to iwenty-titii1 xi'inm:. hfniileii ; ther pi'fiiinims offered Mr. Km li hy ; nitTi hantM. i Mr. liootlai if'n offfr 1h tlii- laititMt i Miitilt- donation yet proinlsed. In a h'tliT to Air. Itut h, hf ,id ho wmihl , I hi I npinn Slnitlf t'otnh makf hiH i:hoili I slit ml ltttls. An.ona t hi. ktoi, , and oiio ot'jj,ni white (dinner dm k hit-etln. Mr. ppetl down , jomlai' re wan JmlKe of the Arizona i hi. He poultry hIuiw at the Arizona The Hose ,,, ,..l Ht l'hoeiiix thiN Neat. Sold by all druggists KAYBEEACTOfi HERE Dfl WAY TD SEE 'B Oi-SETTE to (mil the inoiloM pii lnif field, how I ever. If "linne-Setter" (teese iihle to 1':U" tile lleet"s:H V I' p.iir.-I to his ; frame, he will K" ..n I, to the Ka.vhie romp, my. The dislodued ill n interfered Willi (Morrow's iihihty its ii "movie" aetor jatitl iiistead of takinif "leatls" and j "he:: vies" Klii'f Min lei-ent ni-eident, I lie has liet n ftjreetl to enntetit himsi'U I with les.-er roles, hut tin imp while l I here is Ii sn risk of heavy falls. Maul Is eomin to the tilv toniuhl, v- i.,...i. .M ri iK io l.e nl.lt. in oil hut It took Mr. (ienlns to set n ii per- .,. p,tz,.M ,v the time the ronti si In Milial lntloilietion to the ladv .'ind her Kim. Coultr- fanelers here, us well eliarmiiiK t lielit. lie of losei.mls. He u)( ln,,Kt, ,v, i;,Ve ulieady eoiilrih has anaiiKfil for the Imppy u I tit if to j ,lU.,i tlHV wrtt(.n other I leedfis ask- taKf pi.o w tins iHlernooii rrim H to ft. it,,., ti,..,,, t uiyo euiiH as iirlm in the N'eW Mexieo essay wiiliiin l ompeti i lion. j Halph l Kly, r Ii( linn, piesideiil ot the slate lair t'onimission, will I o here toim rrow. .Me and Mr. Kin h I will dlHt'lIss (daliM for the ohiphI Iht ii. and In 'order that these exotie hlon HoiiiM from the eonnuy of inake-he-lief may ind look too st nin it e to us who slay at home hy our lire-sides, the ladies are kiiiiik in ,lon frocks that han in the . liosenwald wardrtihes to ii t nil r In at this uiiiiiue little party. Hut it won't he a very little partv It ilhtr, for every hodv, and even her Ktandmother, s idanninu to he there. Who iloeMi't like to nee pretty thinus. and ho doesn't like to nee pietty things in ii t-t l y llilm.'! Elinor L, Morrow, With Seven Dislocated Ribs, Example; That Acting for Movies Is' Somewhat Hazardous, ! SANTA FE TRAINS ARE DELAYED BY HEAVY SNOW IN COLORADO FOREST SERVICE ' USE BOOK READY FOR DISTRIBUTION a or Holiday Shoppers Extra for Today CHRISTMAS l'l'KS SH'cial Ktra l)icmint ofiVrcd on mir I.iitiic Itiiie in l'urs every variety the iimsI attractive st yK's for l.ad Mics and Children. in lines P, KOlll'S Lininejnio; Children ; MA) liatli am Men, Women and pie line, liuu;ht at a sacrifice at fnnn ijl.S5 to 7.50 Ki dies ft-" a hij; savn and offered "Sold Here for Less S' ile-Leather l.ai the perfect i. m nf S'lles, lifst iialilv W'util SoK'S are Crocheted Slipper and ex-mime values. Till' PRICI'.S I'OU CHRISTMAS: INTERESTING MAP OF MIMBRES VALLEY "There's molt than you see on in r I.. Morrow, 1 .1 orn ho film I i! Aliill(,iierille to motion (dcttires the si teen," said Kl of the Kayhee and oinp, itiies, who was yesterday evetiim; on Heavy snow in Colorado aitain de l.ied Santa I'.' trains No. 1 aiwl No. II last nu;ht. ronneilitif? trains were hehliul their Kfhedule, forriiu the ."'.mta l'e through trains to wait at I. a Junta, Colo. No. 7 was on time. No. 1 was only fiftein minutes lute in arrivini; here, having reeovertd some Inst time. No. H. tine at 11:. 10, tliil net arrive until 1 a. m. this moin- lni-r. I .s way to Vouiit's! own. H., Io eons ' '..lie-Set t e " Keese. MnlToW W US II I',.!m'ii;it on trull) No. 4. Th" aetor spi ke feelliiRly loi a nrti n Mih.f.ve ril s torn from the hi east iii'iie and two loose tiuin tin' npiue lnivlit he expeetod to. , Moiiow sits i. mied tlie Inst injury near Simla A i . 1 1 ! i a, Cal., nine months ayo wliea he was thrown Irntn a horse. lie tliniiuht the ril' had frown-firmly to 1 is iiiia.-i Hi-,iin, I, ul another I'.ill two week-i ai;o lore tin in loose annul ami ll;:s lime two wire lulled away hi.; rpine. . Iioctois in l,es Ant; r' iv temporary alt ent n pel at ion v.'ould he n sure reeos t ry, llel'oi't t 'it- operatiop, Moitov t .tit-1 to learn w hethei ult I . Trainmen, report that u hlanktt a isnow from four to live feet deep fovelH ! southern Colorado. Fairly heavy snow was reoorieil ny trews tn eaHioounii train Thursday to have fallen AlhuiUeriUe as lil'ant.s, Th is interfere with the sehodule of east hound trains either Thursday or yes terday. 'PtCIAL COmtlSPONDINCI TO MORNINQ JOUMNAkl S.'lll i l'e M (lee S. I.lllltl v mil ill issionei Jt, I . t .i leu linn juni ' of f U'eH complei. il a map of the Irrigation i,l of wells lii the lieminn dlHtritt, with a li'l.le Mivlnif their t apai lly as tleler rnineil hy weir niiMsurement, their deplh to water and the lift hy the pump. The shallowest well is that of J. M. Crutiani, only twenty feet deep, allhoURii the lift is t hlrly-sevt u feet. The tapinily is '.HH ruIIoiih er inin ule. The greatest n ni' Ity Is that of one of the eiuht wells of the MlmhreM Valley company, which pumps 1,70.1 gallons of water from u deplh of only I'orty-eiL'ht feet, althmiuh the lift is seventy-scMn feel. The greatest lift is that on the well of X. N. Jucohs, which haa a capacity of 400 pullons as near j a minute. The deepest widl of those lid not I t i;t-eij hv Ml. Krvien is sixtv-flve feet and has a cupacity of 473 Kallons a minute. U'i'tiie I h the j I m de-J- f I N i s. this saluriliiy, Vel'inn 1 iiineiiin h: riol luoi ii sit) in tlay day from ! 1 II s- l oiiilh. n mi yoii'if itmnt fnle I anil c n in;-., j REMITTANCES RECEIVED BY STATE TREASURY 4 i ii io i ilil.a lo-eoriieil inieeillv WELLS ! forest users ami others desiriim lormatiini out t rniiiM me naiioiiai ior ests has Just heeii Issued hv the see retary of am iculture, actordiim to iul- vlcc received ut the Alhii'Uieriin uf the forest service. With this pamphlet any person siring Informal urn concerning the na tiollal forests, or how to use thelll. : may now ;el It w ithout Iuii Iiir to i wiiile throut;h ii mass of detailed In-' structlons coverinic procedure which iiffectK only the forestry officials in. t hart! e. This publication Is entitled ''The; I'se Hook" and differs from the ml- ; tninistr.itlve editions only In thai all ( reKiilathiiiH and other data not of In- ; terest to the public Imve Leon omit ted. It contaiiiH a hricf history of the national forestn mid explains tin j liurpose of their administration. Ill outlines fully the nulilx of all users under the existing regulations and 1 tells Just what methods ot procedure! to follow In order to secure the bone- ; fits of the regulations, or how to con- , duel any operation' on national for-: est lands, hucIi as ciiltinw timber, ma.- ) inn livestock, iiiitiHiinn tnlncral ami honn sti ad luiniK, tilinx of water Jiower aiiplicatloiiu. Vic. The 1st- Hook 1h for free distribution to public uml may be had upon uppll lion to any forest office. Children's Sizes, Misses' Sizes, 13 Ladies' Sizes, 3 to to .'. to 7. 20c M en s to 11 Christmas Handkerchief Values r.Mr.ixOiDKkKn initial hand- KIlkClllKI'S l'.xtra Select Kiulirnidcrcd and Init ialed Christmas Handkerchiefs; neatly lioM'ti; .1 ami d in lios; a .v value sale lor iUf oil a l.o LADII'.S' III'.MSTITCIII'.I) HAND ki:rciiii:1''s 100 docn LaditN' All Pure Ienistitched 1 laihlktrcliiefs sjiccial value at. an Linen, extra Karl Ladies' Kid Glove Special 2? doen Ladies' Select Kid Clover.. n Tan. l'.iown, Circy; aUo Pdaek and White; all sics on sale, the pair, 7) GOLDEN DRY GOODS COMPANY -fl.l WIT' .I ht. mm. leu in gave Miir ml said ii n essiry to in snl'mittiiiK to said, he tle-"Hone-Setter ' ill. 'Si could set his rilis Th" fall nine in or. I lis nun and the in' idt-nt two weeks aci were not Mor i"u's ortlv mishaoH siii't' lit has been playiut.; before the ciimera. II" broke one ley ai the ankle some time alio a'i'1 t'reitm titly sine" then he has sus t.nneil minor injuries. This inspired his stt.temciit thai there is more to nution piettii'is than appears on the w r. en. The tro'iueney with which neeidoiils befall him has not decided Morrow JUDGE CRAIG NAMED GUARDIAN AD LITEM FOR MARY M. HALL Jmlae Oeorue I!. CraiK yesterday was auiioinleil itiiui'ilian ad litem for Mi ry Moorman Mall by Juilne Hay j nobis of the district court. In the or ,der makiiiK the appointment the jntlvre said II appeared from the com plaint filed that she was insane. J nln- U'raiir liled his acceptance of the up I point mojit. i ii. Ii.iinbini was ordered by 'Jii.'le ill.iy nobis to be committed Io the state hosphal for Insane at lis Vei-'as. I.FCCIAL Dif PATCH fo MOttNINO JOUNNALJ Santa Ke, X. M ., Iieo. ,1. The stute tieasiiry was enriched today by a re mittance for taxes from Taos, county for J:il5.:iii: J:M from bank exnmlnit ti n fees. $1,1. .la from Insurance fees, and the followiiiK siiiiih for district at torneys' salaries: Third district, Tor lanee countv, $U'."; Sixth IMstriet, Cianl counly, J.'l I -. fal ; Third district, lioiia Ana county, $.'12.1. Thus far, Dona Ana county still has the distinc tion of remitting the first 19111 taxes. (iovcrnor Mclionald before leaving for Uih Vt'ttas Willi Adjutant Ceiieta! Herring to tnspoi t the Nallomil lluard company there, nppfiinted Hon. ('rank SpriiiKer, of lai.st l.im Vckuh, u tlele UUie Io the American lied Cross which convenes at Washington December 10. the '11- olxteen have Ki t'ond Kiade, three lime third made and four merely (icrtnlls. The county Iimm one eluhl een-l'oom district, one six-room, one live-room, one four-loom, one three-room, live tun loom and m vi ii are one-loom districts. EASTBOUND TRAINS HELD AT LAS VEGAS BECAUSE OF STORM FEDERAL COURT SETS CASES FOR TRIAL AT ( COMING ROSWELL TERM RECLAMATION SERVICE ENGINEERS INSPECTING ELEPHANT BUTTE DAM ' S'ailta l'e train No. 4, which here at Ii p. in., ami No. S, which here ut H:4f i. in., were held ut VeMix last nlwl.t on uccupnl ul'l, I'.iKiliK between Wa.4 and Haton. left left I .UN bllZ- Mouiiil Mi l mkimhmmk till ill s I iiiill 111! islpl IMfii I Jill i" U!I'!'i'''' 1 1 u 1 1 11 lll'j fo AWARDED fi J AWARDED Medal and Diploma for Superiority over all competitors at the great World's Fair and at all fairs and expositions wherever . exhibited. DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER is the one great bak ing powder, for over half a century known and celebrated for its pur ity, strength, and keeping quality. Its use assures the food against alum and all. forms of unwhole some adulterations that go with imitation, low grade brands. J .PKCIAL GOIINI.PONDCNCI TO MONNINU JOtlttNAL, Santa Ke. N. M., Dec. 4. Juilke W. :H. Pope liefoie his departure for St. Il.ioils u.it tilt. follovt Ine tav.es fi r trial at (he term of the federal court opening ut Itoswell on Febru aly fl: I'ulted StatfM vs. (.fe Ii. Chai.e, two cases; I'nited Slates vs. John l'arker, I'nltetl Slates vs. Southern l'uclfie, Plori e vs. Southern TaeUic, I'nilcd Slates vs. HiuKinhottom Lund company, I'nilcd Slates , Stars .V McComh, all on February 9; James V. (irown vs. A. T. Ar S. F. Ity. Co., ami I'niled States vs. Leckham on Febru ary 10; A. T. & S. V. Hy. Co. vs. County of Chaves, February 11; A. T. S. F. Ky. Co. vs. Counly of laid:.', February 12; A. T. &. S. F. vs. Stan Icy, also vs. Itoswell C.as iijul K!ee tric company vs. Mrs, S. (1. Johnson, vs. M. J. FaRKard company, and J. J. While, on February 13; Zimmerman vs. A. T. & S. I', on February 16; Mil ler vs. Pacific .Mutual Life company, February 17; Lucas vs. WushinKton, and Zlehme vs. 1 inn r mid Keill ield, February IS. For the term ut Lus Crui es Imme diately followlm;, these cures were set by Judge Pope: I'nited Stales vs. I as Cruets IhiildinK and Improvement company; Town of Las Cruces vs. Xational Surely n-mpuny; Torpedo MiniiiK eompuny vs. National Surely company; I'nltetl Slates vs. Van Pat ten; LoiiKWoll vs. Hall, and Paiim vs. LoriKwc II. UnCIIIL DIIPATCH TO MOKNINIS JOUHNAU I Santa l'e, N. M,, Dee. fi, Word was I received here today that a party of ' eliuliiecrs of the reclamation m rvlc. land the I'nited Stales (ieoloMi.al ; cr- vcy spent today at the Knule dam in I consultation and on an inspection tour ami will complete the conference to I morrow. Ceneral W. L. Marshall, coli jNUltitlK emtillccr to the secretary of I the Interior; L. C. Hill, suiervisln jctiKlneer for the district; 1 1. C. llen iiiy, t'onsiiltiiiK eiiKlneer from I'ort jland, Ore.; Knulnccrs W. W. Follott land l'-tfink Teh hmann, IhiRlneer and j.Mrs. Frederick II Newell and KiiMl lit'crand Mrs. i,. M. Lawson were with 'Hie parly, Mimineer Mulshall liilemls to leave tomorrow for Vuma, Ariz., Mr. uml Mrs. Newell will return to Washington hy way of KI Paso, En gineer I). C. Kenny will return to Portlutiil and l C. Hill Koch hack to Los AiikcIch. Imporlunt develop menlH ure expected as the result of the Inspection and conference DONA ANA COUNTY SCHOOLS MAKE FINE SHOWING IN REPORT Noll: Inn Happened. She sat beneath the mistletoe, Without the nllKhtest fear; She felt no wild, ulud tremor, thnUKh She knew he litiKeretl near. She sat there calm and unairiiiil, And sleepily he yawned, for they'll I'een married for a year. S. I:. Kiser, In .liittve. HON. AMADO CHAVES ACTS AS INTERPRETER IN BOUNDARY HEARING (Plt-IAL OltATCM TO KOHNIN0 JOUWNALl Ma nla Fc, N. M., Dec. r, lion Alnatlo Chaves, folinclly aupet'lnteinl cut or iiiildic Instruction, 11 resident of Albuiiieriiit , yesterday lelieVcd Jos,. I ,. I'ereii as inlcrpreler of the Texas-Mexico hoiinilary hearing at Id Paito. LotiKlno MesliiH was on the Hluml nil dav yesterday. uccordltiK to wt ttl received here today, anil be Ich tifled that In IX5II the lllo (iramle tlowetl ulonn the eastern side of the valley as is the contention of New M ex! co, fVJaloy's Our Xew Salmon lias arrived 1(V a can tip to -10 Try a pouiu rtFi I or two of our I .act n. The ijiialilv will surprise Kuril Part to Play. "You don't seem to be as fond of Charley Hawkins us you used to he." "No, I admit that I don't care for him lit all any more. Soinellines It M'tins lis if I Just couldn't wail uinil after Christmas to tell him so." J uilKe. Madge t 011 seem annoyed about sonielhink'. Did you foi'Ket you were staridltiK under the nilstb-loe'.' Mai Jorle No; but Charlie did." J uiU;e. J 11 !! egi i!'ws"y"ifngtr'ww.-i's' " PCCIAL COHHISPONDCNC I TO MORNINO JOUNNALl Santa Fe, N. M , Dec. 6. Dona Ana county makes a .splendid, perhaps, the best showing of any of the twenty-six counties in its school statistic as com piled by Chief Clerk I! F. Asplond, of the department of education. lis average sehool term, for in stance, Is S.5 months, the average an nual salary of its male teachers is $707.4 1 anil average monthly salary $7S.04. The women tciiehets averane $1.13 a year and $lifi.lMI a iiioiilh. There are seven men and forty-six women teachers. One teacher L'els ll.SUO a year, six receive between $Tou and $MI0, fifteen between $(i00 and $700; sixteen between $.100 ami $0liU; nine between $4n0 and $500, and only four pet less than $4u0, one of these aveniKitin b-ss than $.U.:'5 a month, hut is 011 only a,t half time, tea. him; Spanish in tiie Las Cruces schools. Three average K0 a month, live $10 to $110, seven $l0, fourteen $ii0 to $70, fourteen $70 to $75, four $MI, three $85. and one f 1 S3 20. of the school hiilidinps, nineteen are owned, three are rented and one Is occupied by permission. Nine are brick, one stone, tcjj adobe. Ten are in excellent condition, rive Koo,i and two poor. In ne room the school I term is four months. In two it is six months, In three seven months. 111 ten eight months, and in thirty-seven il is nine months.. There are Kten school libraries with J.Oflu volumes valued at $.100- I if the teachers, four have life cer tificates, twcnty-fclx hmc first grade. f flf For Baby iJ I XZr Jtaby'a lxnllh depends ns mudi on the I CM temperature of the milk as on its quality. -f'f t;"cl I'lv milk is cuMly obt.uniiblc. 1ml to vs Vsl or night j:i i:lway.J troublesome anil often e.ry in- I V,J y(i convcait id, if not itcpo:..' ,!)lc. unless jou liao MTC l G-E Electric Milk Bottle m A Warmer 2J l)l It tun br otttritnd from ordiintry Tf S'J I im-liJ( ICHIll t let tilt Uu Itorltet. ffvrw 4fl f 1 ik " cn to uUrcd nr :ha bfd, 1 J S3al ,y7-'' J or t.t un oll.cr convmieut r-l"'. , fT . ...OA t' AlhiHiucrfine Lai, I'.lec. 1'-" "' ' '(! K r j V-A I Iflit & Power t o. - 4 i;: C J V '.:''"NW II i-b " X. -v - S." II- l! ou. Monarch Preserves, Pure fruit and sugar. Glass jars 2.V. 33 and 13 llein. Mince Meat in iI5 pound. In tins, 25 and In jars, 03 and P.etter ihan hulk, ionic 15 90 made. llelle Springs Ptiitter, 2 lbs. for 75 A. J. P.1AL0Y Phone 172 mm l Hudson for Signs I Wall Paper HUDSON Fourth for Picture Street and Frames Copper Ave. M0G0LL0N Stage and Auto Lfnc DAILY Imve Silver City 7 a. m. Arrive Mojtollon 4 p. m. IeavB InOBollon ' 7 a. ra. Arrlvs Silver City i p. m. 8iMt-ial Carn mi ltejiitt. Vail r Adtlret, 1;. W. Klnrrlctt, Vrop. fcliti City. N. M.