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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1913.
SIX Ulcrnltin Journal CO. t'uMnhod It th. JOURNAL PUBLISHING t A VTIItliMN. W. T. Mm Itr- lUIIX... tut.S W 1,1 SK w r. 'ux I'ruidi nt .PullnM. Maitltr . . Mnllllf K lll..r MH'.r KhIhi Haerentiiil, V, i AMlHiXON, Maltie.ll Uullillli, hlit, Fa.tern Rcpreilplltall., Hil l II K. Ml I I lc., III l urk Hiiw, Nr tnfk. tu. Knlfi1 ii'-imbri.. nt1f at th. ft't.tefrie. Ml A't'ii'iuiriH. N. M.i njr act df O'limi i-f Miirih 1. '. Tlir. M"IIMV1 .till IINAI. I tup; IKM'IS'I III' I t l l.f -V l'l'KH tif UK XV iI-'ii, HI I'l'iiH I M) 1MB I'M I Nl I -Y Us HI Till? Illl'l III I'MN I'Allir Al l. THIS TIMK AM) Hilt M'CI Hull OK TUB iin t'Hi.i' an i-Ainr wiik.h rntr auk HI, HI' Uirr rtrculatli.n than anr i,thr p.p-r In nut M' jini. I ! I'Ulf pir In Nw M'slio l'n-'l vry day l Hi yar. Tl:ilMH OK HI'liHi'llll'TIOM. I'aitr, l-y erri-r f hihiI. oim month .. .lie N'i'I I'B Til at'PHi ltllll.li Piihcriii'r In Tim Juuriinl, alnin writing to h.v. I h-tr inn-r i-lon-Knl In a n-w ail 4rr murl ' Viva Ilia mil adilrraa "I h Mninlrif Journal lia a luahi.r flr futatli.n i it 1 1 n ar 1 1'" n la i,iti"l lianflhr pal'i f In Ni-nr M lcu." 'Jlit median Smcair inifriniir. ATI I: I 'A V . PK' I :M Hr It :, IM1 f hl pre-election promise, inn lie none rcKiirillni! hla rffurla to put Into effect iolll.' which h and other had lung contended would l.rint down l Ik. I'rlces me a lorur wy from the iulnt of tariff eollec t'uii kihI th middleman must he con aidcrcd. During the hearing by the way and in in tm committee nf the lumm' In ISI2, II xvaa ahown thiit a hut made In Italy, costing seventy rents Dure, would pay .in I in mrt duty nf twenty renta, und Would rust thn Importer, Illid down In Nexv Ynrk City, haa thurt ll didliir. 1 ! thiit hut rt'tHlli-d fnrfiVH dollar. No blame i-iiiild attach to the tariff fr fi.ur dulliiri und eighty rrnt of Hip n li by tho consumer. The iii'ntu ti d iniitnif.il t iin ra rri i mil iRi'd tho pnlilh; w hi H lin y wi fe fihliliK Dip icdilrtlntiM to ln lii'V f tin rr Mould 1.0 milnliinlliil di'i I I'ithi'a on I I' ! IIhU, Tin y kni'iv hi tu r tlii'ii iuhI tlii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 in In Klniilnt; to kmav l.itti r tinw. 'lln- troiihlii with Mr. W'll on wiia th.it hi- ti 1 1 in I m. thiliKX thit rwnld lint If dinif" hy him or hy any olln r tnHti In tin1 world w ithout Idic prt id ruin to Anii'l li nn ItidiiKi i li m, whlrh iiH not conti iiiiliitid hy him. htitther-'piiRi in cnunni c nr VALENCIA COUNTY IN SATISFACTORY SHAPE StIIMi lit M w in i:. Tin In ii tnovi nii-iit in tin" pulf kialin to I'llinlniilii the 1 1 n f i i 1 1 1 mid iiiiiki- I Ii a t i minify ft-ff fro, ii irniluliii i, a C.ut'iin find HiilJill und I 'Ii lln u ..I f I '.111 yrllow fi-MT. It h.ii lu i ii i-lion hy ai li'in'i' Hint u iiioiitii dora not. wiiiuhr more tluitl two milt- from na iirrcuniK (iln'r. Th" iii'lll- fjiol" of lllf A I1M-I I i .in loiilim iit iio :m- Ihi' loH lamU of I.nUlr-iiinil. Alnhiilnu, J'lorldn und Ti-x:ih. In thovi' M ii ton tin- tr.tvilir ana 'tltp fi-ntia und trua Ulotm the hltliiiiiH IIihmI Willi iidvcrtlHi'tni'iilH of jiiiii-nl tin dli'liii' ri nii illi H for ttiiil.irla. ' lll.H k diiuiKht for i hilla and ft viT" Iuih l.ci ii Woiidi'ifnlly i xi'loltiil In llloHl' MHtl'. Now ll la iroioHt'd to lnko i.itt of the itiuio y xii ndfd for imti tit ini dl i Iih h (Hid i xli l piilo thi riitiHC of It nil. Kill tin I mote, It hua hi'i'll found t tint the Hiilii' of It till will li'd hi' no Kicut IlK lCollU' tut InitiMllii'd. A hiirt'fl of criiili- oil with a fiiiH'i't an iirrntmid Unit It will drip Hlnwly on tin' wiitiia of h KVMiitip pond, or whi rcMT rtiiKinint nuti ra iiri found, will do tho work for vint nrin Hint iliMiroy hllliona of moviiiltni.. Tnc i;ii'tiiMt ln'tiiflt u li'ino now Ih! fonfi-ri Inu mi th" hniniui rto'i" la pH -M illion, not run-. Kvi ry into Ih he-i Inn t.iki'ii for tho i mi t viillon of life, tlo' npnn of It h ivini? heen ninti rlully tni-reiiya-d hy lllltllllll.llIK the raviiMi'K of Mimllpox, iliplii In i In, iiii'IiIiikHIh ami xiiilli-t fevef, Typhoid fever hna heen expelled cotnplilely from the t 'lilted Stall a at iiiy and ean he nvoliled III the entire human rain merely hy the exiiilMc of a little forethought und eominoti Hen.ie. The plan now la to prexrnt tlie extfiivanant waiitc or nr' und Btn iitith, The pi'ontosM of elvlllration lnevl ttilily rheekH hmiiiin fertility. Thi pi inlent Inl i In r on inat riai'e Is reln foieid hy the lexa Worthy check auned hy the ilealre of the l'li'll to avoid thililiiti heriui.'e they would In terfere with hi If Inti pleiiHiirea. Ill IIiIn UH" of eiimtirlp.itinti of women, the ti lull-in y Im for them to Invade the Vo calioii.t In ti tol'niii monopolized hymen und keep them hImkIo. In every country of Kuiopo, exeepl Ku-nia, the hlrlh lute la deellnliiK Miailily. 1'veii In (ietnuiny and I'.iik- lallll, the pllldellie Of the poor nlld the luxury of the lirli me ridili IliK tho hlrlh late ilal'ilelou.'-ly Heal' the level nf I'laiiie, where for many yeaiH the llitll late Iiiih heen lower than the; Ii alh laliv I No null i.ne filicide propaganda Will cheek H. It H the I I II tl I IlK 111' rai e deay, i iu h us ended the tloinh came of (he classic world. The only Corrective Ik tn have the Increase In the riliteil Stales. Selellee has done i.'ri'hTH to protect tnfanlN from the f.liilufnl n 1 1 il ;i 1 1 1 y which luevailei! not many .veins nun and to prevent the in gleet of them hy Incompetent niuth- I. AIhi, t har. done woiiih ta to H'e vnt inoiial infei timiM iiiiionn niliilta. In thene linen, the Htatcs ate dolim toincthliiR, hut far h than the clr i iiiiinlnticca JiiHllfy. The co-oi dlimled movi no nl In tin- Kotilheru Htate to cxlefin Hi, i le lHi ma-iiiito In In line with what i-hoiilil In- done In every nlnte. Half (he live now h.ici Iflccd to the nioMtiito luhihi he aaxed hy a lil tle expenditure of money and a rea roiiahlc unuititit of illwiplino iiimini; HO' Jieolde. C.r.H MAW'S AMIU'I IOV. I'riHM ri'lmrta carried the Informa tion, H few daya no, that lunuiarl; XMiiild like to trade (ireenland to Hie I'lilted Htatea for Mindanao, ill the Philippine Manila. At the oulxet, It looked like a K"'"l lui I'na In. Hut a few daya later In the European njwa of the mettopolllan pajieia there w'aa explanation of the real lllnide of till Mlt-'le'tliitl, It mi aald that If licriiiuirk could aeiiilre title to Mindanao, (iermany would Irade tSi hlefwlc, taken hy rnia hih from Iienmark In 1 1 6 4, for the I'a-cifn- l-land. ! It la known that 'ier'tmuiy wanted to in iiilre the rhlllppliiei from hp.iln, ha villi; tin idea that ManiU wtmld lifitiiL eoaanaoaoiari to aoaaiaa iuaaLi innili Fe, N, M., lii-e. . Tha nih He achoola of Xnlemiii county do not make a had ihiwlnn at hIi, a . n i palrd with the Htutlath-ul ri-ttirti" nwide tn th 1i pMi l menl o.' el ei m ,o'i hy other eoiinliea. Valencia la one of the countlea where the women leu h era overnKe higher aalarlea tuan me male teai hera. The nnnnal Hverime tor the forty teachera la M23 fi I ; for the male tem hera, :i!M 4, Mini tor the temule teai hera, 1 1 .111.3 I , or al niOHl Iwlep us riiue.l lia (lie uveiuxe In Curry county. The monthly nvor iife of the women teacher la tr.X.f.K und for the men teachera t',3.71. The uveriiK enth of hi Imoi term la 7 I'll inonlha or almoit tifiy per n iil longer than in Curry county. Tlnie are twelve adioola that have nine moritha ' hool. one haa eluht mid one- half niontha, aexen have cii'ht inontha. aU aexen montha, mid nine fix montha; four have five mopHiH iind one hlia three montha. line illntnct, Helen, hna aexen rooma, nine have two rooma and fit-, teen have one room. Their la one aeven-room ai hool limine In the coun ty, aeven with two rooma and nine teen w it h one room, I if the teachera, one haa a five year pi ofeaaiotiii I, aexen have firnt Kiade, thirteen aeeoinl K'aile, und nlnelei n have third Kiade cert If Ii all a. j Three teachera receive lea than $ .' a month, eluhteen $'i, one .i."i, onr I.'.". 'a, one J.",s, eii.'ht ffin, one, I tHf,, fix IT.'o and one Jloa a inoiilh jone haa haa than J-'Ha a year, a!x (tet : iL'iio iii S :t i . hIx net 3i0. four :iinii WHITEWATER-TYRONE RAILROAD BEING USED BY FREIGHT TRAINS ;,leiAi. roaat,ootNrl TO woaaiaa jouaaALl K liver City, N. M.. Iec. B. Woik tialna over the III I'aao it HouthweHt ern railroad are iio.v running from WhliewMer tn Txrotie and It will not he very lonjr hefote piiKaenvern (iml fieiht will l delivered at the lat ter pline. The riiclpa-DoiUe people have had a very large town or camp aiirveyed and laid out and within aome two or three montha Txrone will he n huat Ilntc town und lv the end of next year, It la aaaerted, It will he a milch larcer inlnliiK cnn.li than Fnnta Itlta. The delivery of machinery for the hlg concentrator to he creeled at Tyrone will hi k,in tuiuii ami the erection of the mill will ptohahly heKln aome lime In January The tunnel conncct lnt the Oii'tiiiiriK mine at Tyrone w ith the mine at Leopold la receiving lta rnlahina: totichea und will aoon he (ream )ailoia nnd Klmilnr centcn of; ainuaemi ni. Thri.ui:h the ohU. iii 's xxlio attend tin' oiiniea the oii n..., Hon la i. hie to furnish polic- nl f cm 1 ' in nl' that v .11 H. p;il.- ti c Irier With evidence enough (lean the, (lance holla of the vicious .-lenient.; If the "police" nit la prove aa aucc.w;. j fill ll a the "police hoya," an ci'..iwii turn that li-ia heen in o;.. i;,i u, . r aome tnr.e, It m Icllexed ;hat '.he en-' tire city will he Kieatlx Im ni-l it t. Good Grit We simply mggcil lit medicine. Lei !J"ir dodot poiititidy decide aicut II. Ak '"m first. 7 hen do at he says. J r A I.,..- r C.i To succeed tlie.-.e dayi you mut havt plenty of grit, courage, ttrenfith. How $ It with l!i children '! Art tluy thin, pae dtlitatc? Do not forget Ayer'i SarsaparlJIj.' It I a ticna tonic, cnlindy free from alco. hoi, liuild tip the general hcallh, w Ultout a particle of stimulation. SolJ for fiO ear. GET IT POR LESS .n-h. Inn ti l aoiiml Apple.. , .Ml-lh, lio lame red Apple... , .Vl-lli. Im lurm (.rii-iiliiK-,. . , , i iiiiii'ta fancy ranliei i-le , , , I Ih. or fancy l.nxIWi aliiul I Ih. of I il in mixed iih ... Fancy K alexia I ; I rc-li I rciiinci'v Itnller I Ih. heM Mevhan llcati I Mh. of .iixy Itciina .... I Ih. of t ol li'iic j 10 Ih. tit ( oll'ileiic 3 'k(! of M.lilll'OllI It i an of lic-t 'I (iniatiM- . .1 laH!' I nil ToinaliM huililinif of the electric! an of Sari I turn can or Miliar l ea . iciidy for the railroad throiiKh it which la to lir naed to convuy ore from the Leopold mine to the mm eniratnr w hich will he loiiiti'd at Txione, The tunnel la a little over a mil" long and the ore car will ho operated hy over-head wire tin- tunnel helng nine feet hitfh and uhinit eluht feet wUle. The l'helpa-l)odi:e atore nt Tyrone, It la underHtood, will he a large affair and will do a wholesale aa well H retail huaine-a. There haa been talk that the mm pany may extend the railroad from l!i an 0 oiTcMer-hlri' ' Kia .lea 5, Three hi hool lihrarlea with I 'd vol ume valued at tl4H were reported. i;ii:hteen of the m lnml ti. s lire ! owned, eight nre rented ami one ;a ! frame, t wetil v-one aoohe, three art make a good Herman Hong Kong. I lic.i., lined Two ate of hrlck. two tire 1.. 111. II I lice 14011. Hit I4MII tu S .",' I eii,-ht j'mhi to Ulan, two un, twoiTyrone to the MoKollon mmtntuinM, (17.'i, mid one JlKio. .thence to the coal lielda owned by the The ceiiaua ahow a 3.41M peraona of I'helpa-1 Hidue company. The line for ,-i In .o ne, of w hom '.',114 lire en-i tbia iimd waa aiirveyed about ten rolled. The ii vera ko dally attcni.aiice V) ,,rH liKI) j,y ,m, eoinpunva engineer, waa 1.1 NO. The kindergarten nri.ll- j v u.-rta-n. who carefully CHtlmnted ment X'.aa 1 J7. Ihe f irat grade , I, , , , , , , aiioiol grade 441, third grade 2l. , fourth guide 174. firth grade K"., ; mn ,1 of th8 entire line. The line. It li: Hill grade r,l, aevetith grade ild, rnlKaea the. mining camp of Mo- eighth gradu 17, tiinlh and tenth j itnllon a bout seven mllea an aa to nvjdd the trcini-niloiia inotmtalna umong whii h Mogollon la fltuuti'd. Juat now the Hum mountains full of minora doing iiBaeaament work, i ne omininy having forty men ut work. inlHtortiinea of xvar placed the J'hllli- liinea In tho hninla of the I'lilted Stain. CiTiiinny liyw would like tn mtike a trade hy uhli h ahe could nciilire Mindanao, which Ilea directly went of' the Caroline inlanda, owned by the kalaer'a country, and cnroule from them to New (iulne.i, ulao owned hy (iermany. Thla position Would be of "trateglc Importance to (Iermany beeaiiHe of the proximity to Initch Eaat Indlea, which ahe hopca to ac'iuire ut aome time and hy aome nn-aiia. Hin-h lathe Hoty from the Kuropcan correapen denta. It now la furiiiualy proposed that we evacuate llm I'hllljiiilnea. In many partlculara, It would he wiae for thla nation to do an. Hut under the treaty of I'arla we ure bound to main tain order In tlinao lalanda und to pro tect there th(j lntereats ut other tia- tlonM. W. Cameron Korhea, former gov ernor cetieral of the I'lilllpplneH, Kieaklng In Huston, declared that exacuatloii of the I'hillppiuca would mean the making of a aeeond Mexico. ! Hut the (tiaordcra Incident to inde pendence would not he (ill. If wo were to evacuate the Manila tomor row with a neutrality agreement with otln r poxxeta, how long would It be until, upon aoine pretext, (lerniany nnd Japan would have a working ii M t 'cement for partition of the Ih iiinila? The I'nlled Slalea xvould then have to buck down or flnht at u dlaudvun taue a xvar In which there would he no glory. Tlila la a time for the ad mlnl.'dralloti tu go rloxv with Its l'lilllp p I ti policy. It la probable that for mer I't'i-Hldent Tuft and former Ciov ernor tieiieral Korhea know il little mole ii I n nit comlltiona tlieie than la known by Mr. Joina, of Virginia, who haa read of thoae Inlands 111 hla geography. In excellent coniiltloti, tour in go..! condition, ten In fair and ten in poor conilit ion. '.'-Hi. can linked l ea A I'l-rrlii ha nee- 'lliirkcc'a Salad l)iing . Hit clinlit I'lainii Ituiii-r ill can of Next Salmon ... j."c Hen-led Colli-,' ".no Itm-liil CoITi :i:' HouHte,! c,,nce I Hill Wolf 4 iille. iWiNhllug HrcaUfa-t ( odce I Itl Hi. am- Sutitr Hl.ltO llbVlh. Sui k Simar yi.l.'i lltuhbers mill Arctic at IioIcmiIc. sIiim4 of the hi tler kind for lev.. Men' Shoe a I. .Ml ami up jlto)' Shoe $1.2.") and iii j Women' shoe tl.i's mid up liiirl' SIiocn HI. 011 and up I iiiliTvxear und Sweater ul la' ! tlinn W hnlc-Jilo ot. jltoy' SucnliT 2."c '.Men'a Swciilcr Ml iMIsm-' Swcuter nc l4iillc' Sweater-. 75c ( litlilrcn' H.'m- SHditcr ... Men' llcuxy I 'Icii'cd Shirt -Men' Heavy Wind shirt ... 'Itoya' I locoed slilrl ami Piuvti rn 2."c nr" I mid :tk'. t aillc' I nlon Suit 3."( nnd ti(i I.adliV All Wool I nilcrucar ....SI. on Cl ihlrcn' I nlon SnitH . . . . '.'"ic nml up Meii'a and Hoy' Ovcrcoati- ut Wlinli aah' and I .. fen' Oxcrciint . Hoys' Oxerciait . . Ijiilles' laiiiir ( .-nts a C . .I'm 1 V""? .'a l M I jif I I ci!iJ.o- .vi!:!.-. I ,ryfi' M - ., u .ii "-! .,,, gg IT jj .Hie TY1,W'IIIIVMS. :::: a ..!'-.. I WHISRl ' ,i! tff i-fcJi LUMBER Yellowstone The Greatest American Whiskey We made it great. Our friends have made it greater. - it lid up anil up nml up and up Illlc . . . . . Hie . . .$1.00 TAYLOR AND WILLIAMS Distillers Louisville, Ky. Consolidated Lipr Co, Distributors Albuaueraue. N. M. The chief engineer nnd general mnnagcr of the rheIp:i-iodgi com pnny 1-:. M. Hawver, who went to New " " mmmm . (,,,r Tll.m U..,.l.U H1TI1 til be VAS I FAnM iU bt married, haa returned to Tyrone nnd ;;rls l ing Cunts . . ithe btichelora out at Tyrone, Friday And Hundred LUNVtriltU INIU it'ight, will tender him and hla bride PflllNTRY FTATFltt reception and (lame. The affair will UUUIxJIril t.JIHIL;p nt Th() iiin,., n F,;icioiia and hnndaoTTio building which la to be the heaibiuartera of the big enmpuny. .eiAU eoaai.aoNOiNcf TO Moaaiaa jouhnl) C.il lahail, N. M., Iee. R, The lower HaKcl innn farm forma today the lurt! rat liullvliliial Imiirovement under xvav In the Carlabnd diatrlct. W. 11. Har roiin bought thla farm aome month ago for a family ealate and b vaat 'ea tnte It la, at ret citing Bcroaa two town ahlpa and reaching bacg over the hill cnat of the I'ecoa river. It haa a rinht to witler from the river for uboiit 3, 200 ticrcM, The farming landa mo In three iliviflmiH. The iiiier xvaa Im proved long iiko, being about the old t In the valley. Mr. JIarroun hna given the a mil dlvlaion.hla .atten tion flrat and ban planted nlnmt 7&IJ acrca to alfalfa. The lower part, u beautiful flat punning back ntnnng the hll!a,-la allll untouched. Mr. Harroun haa nlao made application for a power project. Carrying the water about a mile In hla canal and dropping It back Into tho river channel he can develop 4fi0 horaepower without any further cont except for machinery and build ing. HoiiH and airaira will be the main Inialnefa at flrat. He thlnka well of the red hog and haa about 3W) rcMiatered hoga on tho piuoe noxv. About ami are bred to come in during the winter. I 'art of the Btock xvaa bought in the valby nnd a car waa shipped In. SAN JUAN COUNTY HAS CO-OPERATIVE CANNING FACTORY or iiiially 1.1. xv Friovd. .ss.no to ai2.no . .!2.7S to $3.50 . . .s -".. and up . . . KI..MI nml up Other Arllclca DOLDE'S 210-212 South Second Street. ' flione fid I, Al.Ii (iOODS DFI.IVFItF.H. Glass-Paint Cement-PIasSer Albuquerque Lumber Co, 423 North Firsft Street DUKE' CITY Cleaners-Hatters 220 W. Oold Phone 44 BALDRIDGE LUMBER COMPANY Paints, Glass. Cement, Roofing and Builders' Supplies ASSISTANT TO GENERAL MANAGER F. C. FOX AHVA( i; l SI IHiFHV. nil. im. ii 1'itit i: i'hhhi.i m. Tln-ie la a dleuiatilon among con Miinera In the I'lilted Slatea to Cllli i ize the W'IIkoii udmlntatration because 1! bus p. d reduced the coat of livini;. I i fore the luat election, tl'e .lourmil pointed out l'ciatedly that auch re iluelion i ould not be hoped for ex ( ept thi ol. sh w Id Firead ilcptcaHluii mill the tht owing out of emi'loj ment (-f miliiona of wage earnera. thereby I ei! 'icing the pin i-haalng power nf the nuiM-H and thua creating mi uude h'lrable Mirplua from utnler - consump tion, Heaidi-a. nine nioiuha Is not a long tune in whli h to net pnlalcs of reform into aitixe operation. The president haa done tii.a best to reduce the high cost nf II'. lug as fit r aa lowering duties can do It and at the an me time main tain the M-ccsnaly revi lines of the goxelliment. Tile heaviest icductioila of the t- I'll f arc on l.nidatiiff. cloth ing and farm machine! y. These xxere Jilatmed to reach the "market basket." lint It la unjust to blame the presi dent if relail prices have not yielded iit once. There may bo vomu criticism Little Hole has been taken of one of tho most inarviloiia udviineea In aur gcry. It waa demonstrated ut the re cent clinical (otigreaa at Chicago that u menus haa been found lor practi cally abolishing pnln. Nerve connec tion between the brain mid any oilier part of the body may be completely .'but off. ao there is no shock to the bialn fciitii an operation. It la now believed that mum the most difficult operation may be un dertaken without use of a general an esthetic, I'utletitH may be able to watch operations upon themselves xx it limit experiencing painful ticnsa lions. Also, the shock to the heart In cidctil to the use of ether la avoided. Whether that danger la to have an- thcr substitute in the nexv process is not (.bar, though nothing of the aort I Indicated. Hy the old way, the nnesthetle merely switches off the consciousness of the brain for a limited time. The new way makes a complete disconnec tion for any necessary length of time. II Is said that neuralgia may bo com pletely eliminated, which la of itself an unmitigated blessing to the human race, If il can lie aucccaafuily accom plished, as claimed by Professor llar xcy Cashing, of Harvard university. t.rictfL conai.roNO.NCl Tn Moaaiaa jouaaALl Topeka, Kan., lice. G, Announce ment la made from the general offices of the Atchison, Topeka ti Santa Fc railway In Topeka of the appointment of V.. A. Cnieldner a assislant to the general manager of the western linea of the road with head(uartera at Amailllo, Tex. Thla position, recently created, la In the office of K. C. Fox, general manager. 10. A, (ioeldner was ut one time sec retary to Mr. Fox when the latter xvaa general miperlntenitont of the eastern lliu-a of the Santa Fe with heaibpiar ters In Topeka. Ho vns here several years In this, capacity and left 111 HMO when .Mr. Fox was promoted to gen eral manager. lie xvaa made chief ileik In that office, which position he haa held until this lime. Thla promotion given the Santa Fe assistants to the general managers of both the eastern and xveatern lines. 11. It. I.aiitz has been assistant to the general manager of the enatern lines, Willi headiiiarter In Topeka, many x ears. :.per'i ODMUfoiTMNci to MoaNiaa jouaU Aztec, N. M., Hev. 5, San Juan cimntv baa a new co-operative can ning, factory In the Uoae 11111 Manu facturing eomnuny. of Hood. Thla I company la composrd of l!ev. 1. F. I'umly, of this cty, H. .1. (lower- ami .1. H. i iverholaer of Farmlnglon nnd Jamea Chandler of Hood, on whose ranch the plant la located. LaHt aea hoii thla company ahipyed In a (juan t It v of cans and put up peaches, penra and grapea In Hlia form, and in addi tion made up apple butter and paa teurlr.'d apple cider find grape Juice. An attractive label la placed on all the prodiiota of the company, which are guaranteed pore and of the last (liinllty. The ( ling t-'eason u plant on tho order of the one at. .Mooil w ill le installed at Autre by this com pany, which has rt greater demand for the finished product than It can fill. W, 11. Chrisuian, who represented San Juan county In the last state leg islature, left Saturday for Washington,' where he will be a delegate to the convention of Hie National Anti-Saloon league, which meets at that city on December iOlh. The twentieth an tdveraary of the founding (if the league will be celebrated at the above named time, and .Mr. Chrisnian will aiippnrt the movement to urge upon the national emigres the adoption of n prohibition amendment to the con stitution of this country. (in liecetnber Hlh the election oc cur nt A'.tec aa to whether the town ahull be "dry" under the provisions of the slate law paused at the recent session of the legislature. There have been no Milium in Aztec since ISO", xxheti by ordinance the town prohib ited them. It la intended that Aztec nnd Farmingtoti aa well aa San Juan county shall be legally "dry" terri tory mo as to eoinn under the opera tions of the Webb law. This laxv, however, pmvlden that the state must have prohibitory Jftws before It can I c invoked, and (hla law Nexv Mexico has not got at this time. SANTA FE MAY HOLD PROHIBITION ELECTION IlSIXTEEN TONS OF WOOL SHIPPED BY GRANT COUNTY FIRM t.fKctixL coaai.poNoiNci to moninii jouau Silver City, N. M Dec. 5. W. E. Hi'exxer, manager of the Hotilxvare tV F.nn warehouse, shipped last Saturday a straight carload of wool which hud been stored in that warehouse for the past six monlhs. The total weight ot the wool waa 111 excess of sixteen tons. The wool came from the goat lunch of 1'at McKeelry, near Alma. Mr. McKeefry is one of the most suc cessful goat and wool men in this sec tion of the aotit Invest. The weather bureau hints that the Indian summer la about over and tho xx bite man's winter s about tu begin Itl cai nest. The one thing xxhich seems to worry 1 1 delta Is that f he does not come to term. liryan will continue to hold up one linger at him. The Day in Congress ftCIAi. OI,"ATCM 13 MOaSINfl JOUHSAL Santa Fe, N. M., Dec. R. An ordi nance providing for a prohibition elec tion In Santa Fe la being prepared mid will be laid before the city coun cil at lis next meeting or In the very near future. A lively fight is antici pated and the (uetlon is to be set tled before the regular city election. K. 1.. Hai ti, speaker of the house and president of the city council, predict. that prohibition will curry in the cap ital and that the Ancient City will be dry after Am-il next. 500 FEMININE COPS ON NEW YORK FORCE SKNATF. Met at noon, Katificatlon of democratic bill program delayed. Consideration of 1 letch lletchy resumed. Interstate Commerce commission (postponed consideration of trust bills. llecessed from ti p. m., to 8 p. m. currency bill The piistofflce department ii facing grave criia. There probably will t- a large Mtrplus this year. The women of the country mji hint ing that cold storage has ciAn the houbcxxifc u i old deal. mil si:. l.u Follctte scan ember 1 a. election contest l'ei ember 1 5. Met nt noun. Hearings on bill set tor pei McCill-pjer election contest set for heating on Debated southern omnibus claim bill without reaching a vote. Adjoin ind at 4.&U p, m., until noon, Saturday. (. CCIAL COftai.PONOtNCC TO MORNING JOUNAU Nexv York, pec. 5. The "feminine cop" Is noxv doing voluntary police duty In u unlet way throughout this city. Many of the girl "cops'' are still In school. Their efforts me being di rected to the prevention and suppres sion of vice, crime, and Ignorance. Seveial of them nre very young their ages ranging from 12 to In. They wear badges und are divided into "heats " Ian h girl is responsible for her own district and reports, any ir regularity to the head of the nrgani uation, who Kcnda itl a report to the proper city official. Hefore a girl becomes a member of the fore she signs a pledge In which she )ii'.iuils"s in in lp in maintaining sanitary condi tions in the streets and in the homes. They are pledged to be on the alert for violations of the building laxvr, keep fire escapes free from rubbish, and to be on the lookout for conta gious diseases. They in" instrncud to prevent any of their weakiv sis ters from straying from the path lulled "straight." In fu't, they are to report any crime or evil conduct liny se . due of the most Importrin d i lies, und one ill w hich they nre of great assistance to the various rcs c(ie societiea. is their work in duio'e Italia, muviuK picture UKtUers, ico it ih box jjg ffl of nearly all dealers AV ii' m fas' 85 cents Sf4AyM 1. WRIGLEYSk X, B f sent by the box of twenty packages a hundred sticks- a hundred hours of joy is a gift they'll h ccp on enjoying long after other $fts are put aside. Nearly all dealers will gladly sell it at above price! "The Beneficial Confection" is sure to please old and young. It's ideal for holidays because it's delicious aid to appetite and digestion. nf" 4 I) rv. wi i. CAUTION! The great popularity of the clean, pure, healthful WRIGLEYSk Mr is causing unscrupulous per sons to wrap rank imitations that are not even real chewing WRSGLETS. The better class of stores will not try to fool you with these imitations. tM' They will be offered to you jfUj principally by street fakirs, L'Q ' peaaiers and the candy depart ments of some 5 and 10 cent stores. These rank imitations cost dealers one cent a package or even less and are sold to careless people for almost any price. U you want IVrigley's look before you buy. Get what you pay for M fMM M(riT i' k ,.Fff TJjorK it tf w ic' sv . rw kit w a f S3JME iesTM H WEUGIEWS M lYx WesrelnsertinBtheabwecaarJonsolelvtoprotK-fotirnistomfrj "Si VATO y IM Uwt tAcy oax'6 ncca UcccivcU liy uiiiUtuous wbich Uiey purtlugicxl Uuukuig ihey wurr! tiRiCLET'S N A vt