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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL1, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1913. "
AH inukpevpent NEWSPAPER. Ch ilituquerque Wonting journal FuliHlhiid i IX JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO. ! A Mi'l'HKftS"N TMnt W T M'l Tlf'KIMT litlnf Munutrr M)S' W I I H Mnom K'lu I,. FOX. . l-.'lit'.r 41iMrr HriirMntnllt, V. t, AMrKIN, MarqiuitU llullihni, ( lurafo. Fmatrn MitirMntrttlva, MAI IH M. Ml II in A V, I l'tH How. .N erk. III. ;tit.r..t .'.ni1-rt.f Viattrr Hi ! p...i .rn.. (i aiiiii'iumiiu. N. M, unilxr tt r.f 1'oriVrrt, ef Mar-) I, 171. I UN) M'lltvlvil .XH M-VAI. IS TIIK .V AIVll II! Ml -ni.Ji'AS l'AI'1'H I'f M'W ki:Xim, hi pi'inrrivii tiiiJ miini I pi I t m' TUB i:l.iMltl.ir ftvi V Al l. THU 1 IMF) A,M 1 IIW Ml"rl li'llH in' i nr. PI I'l'Hi.ti Atf I'AHTT WilK. lll.r AIIK KKIIIT I mtar elrcnUtinn 1 h d any nthr pwr tn N.tr Mfiir-fi. 1 ha only ner In frtw fctiHr., la.it.it av.rr iy In ilia ypar. emits of eminence who, w hile con li ndlng thnt experiment i ll llv ll) iiniuinl lire often ii'i .H y. condemn ii'ifii'ly inn iiliimc of th practice that I, an Ki'imn In recent .veins. There la a middle prnund between -..vase barbarity n rul mawkish neiitl- nicrilulily, n ml It In this middle ground whhh all chniilil fi( tn find. There 'a mi Knliifaii ing the fact Unit the life if one rhlli) In nf Incomparably inure value than those nf Innumerable i iilrn it pii'.v ; lull on tho dI hi r hand. mi- Nhniilit be r'. rui t .1 v" ruin Unit the In 'H nf the it"'"''" Ida- nre necessary In snfimiard 1 h life nf the child hc- riire Infill (Inn u tnrtiire which onrinot he othir thiin brutalizing In Ha effect Hut which Mill V lie entirely need ll. i in: n:i, spirit or i intism s. Christum (lade l very lull t l I lie 1 It VI iK Kl nn'IHI'l HIM. Patl, l-v imrnf nt renil, (in. itiitni h , . . tnt mh k m i ii mnsi iwMi.ua Putarrit..ra tn Ih. J'Mininl, a-hun writing In hava itt.ir mpf rlimiK.d In a. n.w .) tfr mii.t li u r tu llv th eld ililrnm. 1h Miiirtli'tf Juiiriial Hh, a higher rir atilnti'in miii't than la ar''-r.li.t in any eilmr att-r In Nrir m.bioc 'I ha Am. re an Nawami-r InraHnry. I 1 1 1 1 1 V . ,ln;ri:.Mi!i:it is, i;n: Till; TUtll I' AMI fS l. Ill lidviilice ef ii iinetiiil tent mm never kiinwa which wiiy H liew tmlff Iiih- k I'lilnx tu i!imi;e nr hick. Ciiii inhi ,ih i iitnpfir itlvely free fi inn the lihni'M nni i'Ih.iI cuiNe ef hlh eiet ef lit iiih uiilll nnr lute tnrlff 1,111 wiik .., ,i. 1,1,1,. ii.,,,, .riven nli to olilv llilel ,'lted I I llrllireM. la In inKief In rinililiy, hut the niil ( 'hrli'l in ii h ciilrit him nul yet niiide ila liiieiinnn e fur thin aen(in. We A iih i h iinx iniiku tun little, r.iihi r thiin (mi mm h, of the aenunn of fcmui hei r. U'e tnki' nil llM unrlt fi vell.xhly nt the l.m minijie, mill Khiike it off to re- Millie lh Ilill'liefH lit the e.lllliht op- iil'tnnitv, Inive little of the reiil Jollity Hh hiili the (ientiiiiiii tnit iheir Kila Krlntfle or the I'n in h (rent their Null. i A. no i h una i n ii veil nffiiril to luiv ii reiil aeiiNoii of Jollity with Simlii "In UK ill the center of the KliiKe. Tile ieoie of thla coimlry huve heeoine ml in uteil with InihliieuM, The ii'iject j of life iM the iici iliiHlhiliiin of 'Jnlhirt i 1 1 hi r thiin the injnyinent of (hem. i Mir IpiimIiichh men Hpend muni y like 1 I ii 1 1 i i s, hut imt with the enjoyment of their Pi" luting. Wr me feyeilHh, pet i. UK iim i w orked ieoie w ho he. . t Picturesque New Mexico, Burro Threatens to Become Extinct . .-. 1 hy Khhli It wiih eviiictid th huh com of living lii i lux coiiiiliy n mild I e nmeliui nted. lint tin t" VMia liu niiei luhle i -M'ldiiK of hili il lei a In re. tin the other IiiiiiiI the iti of fond III C.in iiill h.ive rlfell to the level of the I'lnti'd Htiite, noil coiiHiiuiera nre he Neei hhiK the pov ci iimcut Jn ilu aome. MlillM iilmlit It. i '.hi hI.i i ci 1. 1 i i i k ii lari'c NiiriltiH of food fur i x p. . 1 1 . I nlll now Hi i . 1 1 1 1 -hitlull hili Ii ii it the mU h nt i re of world liiicex lena the henvy chniKei of IniiiH iuttiitin from Interior point to the l:uioieftn iniiilteta. The am IiIiim coulil tint he colimlmril lit liolne. imr tnrlff I. 1 1 red It from the I nlli il Slutea. It mild he "..;.l only In the l.ondiin niiir I'ela fur ill l i ty In loiiU luiliortliiK cuiintrieN. Thua, the nice to the lutiHiiiuer In f 'it ii ii ft ii win the London price, Icxa the i net of triiliMiol'tiilliiii Helena th At-, .'.inlll . The i'ii iiinlliiii i onHiiiiu r took the udviintuM' 'f the 1 1 eiiiendoua fni'ht ciihI. Some Iwenty-fivn jeiita exit the Hiitne amt of i uiiilll ion pre- x.illed In the I'lilled Sliite", We pro duct d ii i; l in) fiioi) Huiplua mill hud tn lliul our miiiki'ta In fnii'lmi cniintrlea. I. lit lth the iiioIiiiuiih f 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 1 w of inn nufiict in iiu; In Una country we have idilfliil our I'liliince of pnpiiln l ii n from the country tn the city, tiul I'uw hnve mimv inure ronMimeta thnil l.iuduiera. iur mirphia tin m diaiip pciin d, except In cxi i idlmuil vein, end pi li es f liui ii , i nlmve the world Hhu'Iih'iI, We hnve aniiKht the relief of free tllldn In fund. The 1 1 1 ti 1 1 I'll t luia IDHlle la tile (lift of , "free m.llllct luifket." It wiim luglcul In iinMUiue thut It would chilli liuth niil' of the iiitertiiitlnnil In hi iid.i ry ";i n.iili). v.iih lu surplim, lllld the I'lilled Mill cm "illl )l defl i I' lu y of fund. Hut while there would he II Killlt, hud the Ki llcme worked, to the cuiiHiniii r, there would hnve hceti n ciittcNponilinK Ihhm tu ttie producer. It hiippenid Hint the crnpa were un liMinilly nholt l:i the I'll'.lcd Ht:lci! .ill. I in nearly every other pint of the world them uu hln Inkiice frnui the rormul. The result of It nil iH.lhnt tff lite rl.iulhliur the Cnuiidil Killplus nt Iliil- luiit or iidMinccd pi icca. The coat of 1 1 ,i ii.-pel lnt nui hiiH hceti t'illlllnitted, the runinlmn pioducer la reccivlntt Pliheiird of luh ea mid the coat tu the ii'iihumor liaa tnkcii a mont tineyiect i ii Ju Hi i. Hi nee the wull ol' the C'.in nitiiiti hntiKeW lie. ,u one epei ted audi ii result fruin the opeintlona of the new tnrlff law. In fnct, no one ever cini tell Wluil lim.V he iiecli(l from n tnliff Inw until it h In oict.illon fur u while. Vl IM ( TION. The neceaalty for lylaect Ion n (in nld to ineiiic.il rcM'.iich Is u iUentiun on which the HM'l';u!c hiyninn ia hard ly competent to cxpreKM nil opinion of liny Milne. Tin' pruptiity of the liuliricrlinlniile prucilce of vivlaectum liy any and all pcrNuiia w hn tuny clilin to he ciiK iKctl in fun Ii reaeiirchi-H, how ever, la h mutter nil which We ale nil On miiicn a a time fur enjoyment of life, for inoud i hei r, fur I.iyIhk a ilile n iilinoail lea which llinat (icnple Miiine hut which nunc Fhuuhl euler talti. I.lfe la tuu ahurt for them. l'hrl::!!ita:: 1,; ii. K..O.I time fur forte t tniK thein furev r. Alhiupienpie hiia Jind a Rond J'i'ar. Nut nil Ihut many penple inn y have Imped fur, hut n a ituud n a liny nf tia dcaerve. Aa 1!U3 drnwa tn n i June, let iih iill force! audi disappointment na we may have hud, wipe the i-late clean, have n period df K"(id i h'-er and take on the New Year with confidence that we ahull K' t out of It nil that we i.rn entitled tn. We ahmild nut ex pect or ii ah. fur mure. SANTA I K. N. M., Inc. II. Th pictun aipie hnrrn will anmi Ii. na fktiiict hn the it 1 1 1 1 1 hlrd In New Menico, f the reluriia of th ' Iweiity-alx imaeKaoin of the atnte ue taken na a criterion. Nothing c than II MKdety In prevent the exlnu' lion of tlie hifturlc critter ac uta to le culled fur. The cnrrecteil imaeaamciit r "Hh from Colfax enmity rrpml only aixteen hi.rrna In that mimtnii Icent do main, a ml faiuhcviil cieiiity'a names merit, roll, colrecied and ii iiinnenteil na per ordera of the state homd of equalization, show only US luirroa, hardly inure limn uaed to aun them l,elvea In the pn historic plnzn nf Hcl n.'ilillu alune. These two first cor letted iiasesi mint rolls Kive niipi.r- tilllity for InlerealinK eoiiipniiaonK. Colfax county, fur Insl.ince, repmia ft total liKseHsinent ol $ !l , ' T. . 1 S S , while Saii'lnvil county aliowa it tutnl iihsesMinenl of only 1 1 ,4 ."..',, 1 H. This la ii per capita, iis.mssnieiit nf uliuut t:,y) for Colfax mid less than IJO'i for SaiidnVrtl. In other winds, the nvr luxe citizen of Cnlliix eouritv iaya In did- Inra ii'id cents (iiiout tnree which hi, much ii a the avi'iin.'e citizen In Hamlo val county tottnrd the aiipport of Mint i, county, schools mid minis. Kllll further ilifferetu ea ale In he lulled In the valuation of vmloiu i Insslficatloiis of iroperiy. Colfax ( omity's iiKrii iillui.il huula me na sessed Ht f H'3,2II4, those of Siindovnl county nt only 1 7 S . 2 ri 3 ; the lippi-ove-nienls In Colfax 'county on farina ill II iS.Hi'i, low enmiKh, tn he sure, t ut Ihuse In Siiriduvnl county Ht only iJ4,:i4. The (dazing Innda of Colfax are nssessed lit 1077, 4liH nnd the m pruvemeiiia thereon nt tllO.'Jlix; respectively, Tlmher IniidH 111 Colfax Mk.243, In SnndoMil 64,!i:,; coal Innda In Colfax are ussesaed nt the erinrmoim sum of ll.n.'il.H.'tr. or trior ;han twhe (he entire assessment of Sandoval county, whose coal lands 31 Hssessifl nt :',l'i(ill, lilllliiilKh the prospectus of una Sandovnl count i I mine gives the value of Its coal ni llHO.nno.OOii. Mineral lamia In ' '"lf.it nr nat-eased (it 4S,10(, n San doval nt tCftn. iilthoiigh It Includes ui'h diNiritta tia the Cochltl. The rullroiida of Colfax county nre na si used lit l,lM.r,74, those of .Snnilu val at 1470, 100. Colfax county haw 4,J')x holmes on the assessment roll, HnndnVal only 1,110; CoifaX reports (17!l mules, Sanduial K'l; Colfax, ,14, fi.Hl cattle, Sandoval only I, Ml; Col fax, fiT.lil sheep, Sanduval, 7 . f . 9 :t. or j less man enmmnn report nttrlliutca to "lie owner. Colfait has 1,311 gouts, Sandoval S.H3. Colfax 1,034 awine, !-iilidoval 3,'i. ''"I II Is III Jewelry nnd rornly riinney thnt the poverty of the two counilea is aturlllngly iipparent. All the Jewelry the county of Colfax re Hurls Ih valued at 11,1 li:' nnd In San dovnl ennnly, nil the lending families and nil the plehlana together own jew illy, Ineludmg diamonds, nihlea mid pearl not khicea, valued Ht the grand total of $, In hooka, tun, Snndn vnl enunty'H poverty la henrthreak Ing for the assessment on hooka is only 1 BO, while In Colfax It reaches the respecttihle Plini of $ H , 4 0 H, or nhoitt half a dollars' worth nf a li hinry for ench person, Including law yer nnd doctors. Surely, a great dn iiinlil for the puhllc HhrarteH und free hi hnul text hooks. In musical instru ments, the two counties do heller, nil and g!v promise of being, permanent ly aatlcfuctory. The inaila huve heen liuilt . with a gravel mirfura eight Inches deep, which oiiKht' to Insure 11 , permanent hlKhwuy for many years J to come, I The county road hoard oojisistH of, W. K fildiuni, I'rancis K. 1-ster nnd 1'. II. thiilcy. j those of Sandoval minify at t47!i,4H Willi only IKI.fiX for Imiuoveiiii nls. the planus, pipe orguiiH, parlor or City nnd town lots In Colfax !ii;i'.,:i.'ii, ! k:Wih, flutes, IioiuIhiiics, haKfilpes. Imprnv emeiitH thereon 7!Hl,r,7l; nilite., of Sunduval county nre valued nt 11 ml 1'i.so.', ( )7:t:( mid thus., of Colfax nt l'.'i1,1U7. SaiuhiMil iniinty ll.xnfi UNION COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS COMPILED plolAk eeaaiasoNotNc, 10 Moacisa inumiltl Santa I'c, N. M ., Iec, II. I'nlim coiility schunl alatisticH tills year do not make iih fine a showing ns mighl he ejipeoted from an pruspeluiiii nnd prngreiaive a county. The nverag'.' salary of men teachers iih reported to the department of rducation Is :i-0 -IKI mid of w'liinen teachers $32K.n. 'I he thirty-five men teachers receive 1111 nvcrage nmnlhly Mlary of $ r 2 . ' r mid the sixty-two women ten. hers nn John 1). Itockcfellcr, In nn lm- average f 1.11.37 a month, the nv- prutiiplti aerinon In Clevelaml iccently, I eniKe school helng only six months In declared that nutillght is the grciiteHt i t he year. Thlrty five of the leach- antldule fur nil Ills. Sninii menu para itrapher nt once pointed out that oil Is necessary for the nutnmohlle In v illi h tn lake the sunlight pleasantly. 001 COUNTY BUILDING MODEL ROAD SYSTEM Over Four Hundred Teams Em . ployed and Work Is Pro ; Rrcsslns at Rapid and Sat isfactory Rate, This paper has laid very little fur or imnlnst the TaiiHo, hut we must lake n Htiind In Ms favor, now that the American Medical iih.hu Jul lull Is "fer l.lnst" It. It la Impnsslhle tu agree vlth tin 111 vvlrtn (hey say It la had for stiff Joints. eis receive has than J.'ui a mmith; thit ty-six get 10 11. iih H it 1 1 . two, 1.1.1; seven, $110; four $11.1; two. $70; 0111 $7.1; three. $no, ami one each, $ S,1, $1110 mid $ I li.'i 11 limnth, respect- li'ieni. ti'muiomiiari m dnii. iouiu Ively, I l-ii Cruces. . M., Iiec. II. Mure if the hi hunl dlHlricts three have I than four humped team are nt pres- Iosh than five months school, forty-!f'"t working on the construction of for within a fi nine have five months, sixteen have!'1""!! Ana county's new system of had overtaken EXPOSITION BOARD WILL LEAVE NEXT I ' WEEK FOR SAN DIEGO arriAL lOMItlONDINCI TO woasiaa i4 jaHAO Santa Ke, X. M., Iiec. II. Th New Mexico huard of. Kan DieRo expoaitioii j ci mmlssioners expect" to leave 011 I'e-1 ci mher li for San Diego to mnk. the; final m rangementH for the New .Vox-1 Ico luildirig. Architect I. 11. Jtapp and Architect chrlstenstn will no corr.pany the hoard. ohn rerciv.il Adnms hiiH com pleted his pinna for the reproduction of Kurt lleril na th first of the Innd tnarks along th Santa Ke which he hua heen commissioned to reproduce , In plaster. The reproduction of the Pecoa ruchhi, w hich will Include th" I fiiriiuna missluri church will hp mure than twenty feet mm a re mid the niud- cIh altogether will fill two miuiiH. ' milking the gruteat exhlhlt of lis; kind to he futinil anywhere In (hej I'nited States. Carton Vlerra has he-: Klin his second great panel on the I .Mayan clvilizntloii, the x'lty of l'x-1 nial, th firat painting thill of the I ( ity of Chlchen, helng completed. Wesley Itradfleld Ih at work on a great relief man of the country In which th Mayan civilization flour ished. Mra. Heinan-Smlth will re turn to Santa Fe tomorrow from Sail Diego to reaum work on th henuti f i I friezca on Mayan theme, which will 11 li nil the California building iinii fur which riufessnr Sylvnrius flris wold .Morley of th School of Ameri can Archaeology mude the pnlinii nary studies. I'rof. Jesse N'UHhiiiim Ih also en gaged on expnsilion wiyrk, ho that al together, grent progrean is being ninihi tiiward the exhlhitu for the ranamn-Califiirnla exposition. Donald Heaitregard w ill vlthln a few weeks start on hla mural paint I11KN llliintrntlng the life of St. Fran cis d Assissi, the gift of Hon. Friink Springer nnd Kenneth M. Chapman, is Hiding in mnking sketches fur the exposition. '"Fifty years ao, when Golden Wedding 11 'biskey ivas young. tti VOU arc not in winning form for a game of billiards unless you're in a cheerful, confident mood. It's wonder ful how a little drink of fine, old iwotttoiisstn 1 w ill give one the nerve and steadiness neces sary to get the proper Knglish on the ball. Golden Wedding is a pure, mellow, sun- fi ripened whiskey, aped in the wood un der the ever-watchful eye of the govern ment, and distilled according to a special formula. It produces no bad after-effects, but is ntrve-sooth-ini and is jroud fur an over-iVorKcd or run-down system, because it is "Made Dijfemify." l 1 'MJiiri- I hlAMpj m Kill' Winh.ii.1 lull Quart TWO MURDERERS WHO MADE ESCAPE FROM PRISON, UNCAPTURED six months, eight hav e seven inont ha, gravi led highways, two have eight months it ml fourteen ""dug forward, nt a taptciAL Dispatch to miHMNt jouaNAL) Santa I'e, N. M., Dec. 11. It do veloped today that In addition to the two murderers who yesterday ef fected their escape from the (date penitentiary by scaling the walls,, seven other convicts nlso managed to get over the wall. However, for the1 last named seven, liberty was short, w mlmites the guards 1 them and they were The Washington Herald ban Just heard of the secret order of Camels of the World nnd asks If th y can go thirty il.i.V'i without taking 11 drink. The tendency of some hunters tu fliiint nt everything they see innV lug has placed the ocfiipatiim ol' guides In the cl:F of the "extl'ii hazardous," rreaidenl Wilson l-rci'S as though It 1 lavs, 11 iulrlng 11 then. sllll treats con were the senior lecture now and The Day in Congress m;n ti :. Met at 10 a. 111. Currency ih liute resumed with Scn- jiilnr I'.uiiun urging iidupllmi of a cen tral bank plan. Kesoltitloii Introduced directing the nttorney general to report whether only white td.ivo caeca of an "Inter nalional chutneter" arc being prose cuted under the Mann law. Iticcused (t ii:."5 p. ill. to K p. III. hoi sr. Met nf noon. Vocal lull.il cllli atiun hill taken li. National rescrvution committee re ported lU'iiuliliig aggregate of 7 1 f , -4 1 .'1 in ri a of protection of water nheds under Appalachian project. Kdwlu K. Howe, New York, K. V. Haymaker. Defiance, nhlu, und K. K Kcysfcr, Charlotte, N. C, before rural ciimmlltce In favor nf protecting 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 11 14 and loan nsHoclulloiva ill a nv new legislation. riuhllutliiuists before judiciary commiitce lilted constitutional piuhi liUiuu nmctntmcnt. have nine moiiths. There nre si-jty-fivo school dlstrlcta In which school j was. In hl Insf year. The department had thought that there was only one district In the stale that did not hold school, nnd that In Han Miguel county, nnd was surprised, therefore, to learn that t'ninn county luul two such dis II let h. . Due district has twelve rooms, two districts have six rooms, two have three moms, five have two moms nn I flftv -two one iih 1111. There nre scven- ly-six Hi hnol buildings, one with nine rooms, two with four rooms, one wim three rooms, one with two rooms nn! seventy-line have only one room ea' h. Klfly-thrce of these btilldinga are owned nnd twenty-three nre rented. Thirty-slit nre frame, nine are stone, two nre InJck, two lire cement ajid nine nut adobe. Seventeen are de scribed in good condition, twenty-nlii" are fair, twelve nre poor. There are four Hchoul libraries with j KSi vuluims valued nt IS Hi. Of the' tetichcrs, thlit -three have first I grade, forty-one hnve second grade, I eighteen have third grade cert if ica tcH j und one teaches 011 penult. , The school census Is 4. "tit, the en- rnllmciit 2,110. of which 1,s:ig KiiKlbdi-AiuerlcmiH und 1,1(10 Hpunlsh-Ainericans. The nveragi dally uttoiiilnnce is l.liotl, (if these, than at nny previous time; in fact, the finished roads nre being built much quicker than the Dona Ana road hoard expected. The policy of the road board from the beginning has been tu no slowly until quite sure nf the most ecnnuml cal and effective metboils possible. I 'lve months' expel iciu has de veloped methods and a system that gives the niiixiniuin of efficiency for the minimum of 1 Npemlit tire. The county road board is now satisfied Hint It Is following the cheapest methods possible. Kvery effort Is being made to com plete first the Caiuluo Ileal from the Texas state lin tn l.ns Cruces. Knur separate gangs of from twenty, to eighty teams in each, are iiuvv at work on this road, one gang each be ing at llrazllo, 'Mcsiiuife, Vnd nnd Hcrlno. Kach g.'.ng works from a ,n-'Mi rm iuci joi itnn is a compieie The work Is returned to the penitentiary, where more rapid gait ! they are now locked in their cells, lin ing penance f(,r their break fur free dom. Tonight n posse of six men, which Is scouring the mountains n this vicinity fur Margaritn Candelaria nnd Hllarlu Ituiz, the two fugitive mur derers, reports small prospects of ef fecting their capture, nt least for the time helng. No Nii'il fi r Altl to I lisid Sufferers. Washington, Iiec. 11. Governor Colquitt, of Texas, telegraphed tho lied Cross today that contributions lllre'lilv Hi. til nfA n.r.,.'.. ,..illV.......o ! from the overflow of the Hrazos river, and that there Is no need of further outside aid. II of Health Club Baking Pow- , Z, VMJrlll I H dcr will do all that you could ex- hls'".- ft'k.-x. .T4S SI I nect oiv hakinff nowdcr tu do no rffi3''l,V M nil IB matter what iu price. . 'Aj,' A 1 1 1 For Pies, Biscuits, Cakes, (- lfiL!tiiU , WamesorMutrms-foranykiniof ",- Cf'A ))r 'fik A B homo bakinn in fact you'll kl , &AfypJ a'JPSI find Health Club to be the f 4rl Vt t k 8 I U strongest, purest and most If iMjfeX?' p U i B economical Baking Powder ob- tu iOfXt"' iilSl C P 1 1 I -ableaU. Order a trial can today for to- I'll. "Im i'J I 1 morrow's baking-then judge. IK tZ 'SfAiYhW, 1 llrWBAHlWm 1 k By all Good Croc.,.: Ifik - 3 Cff; P 5 I unit ill organization and effectiveness. As the gravel Is placed on the road it is tliorouHhly wet down with water from a putpping-.plunt, which forms a part of each organli'.alion, and the giavel Is rolled and worked in by the heavy traffic. This, It is found, Is even mure effective than tho use of a U'". steam roller. lly means of small mailers nun drugs, i up surince is Kept smoothed down as It dries. Within a week, gravel will hnve ALBUQUERQUE BUSINESS DIRECTORY CLASSIFIED ALPHABETICALLY AMH Ql i:it(Jl T. AltSTUACT CO Established 18H9. Incorporated 1897. AlistrnctH, Certificates, Es crows, Conveynnrlng. 214 West Gold Avenue, rhone 10. Albu querque, N. M. COAL AND WOOI" Lime, kindling and smithing coal. I-nrge stock of best fuel carried at all times. Prompt deliveries. Phono 4 and 5. J. S. 13eaven. r ji:wi:m:r & opticiav H. T. Vnnii, New Mexico's finest art jeweler. Jewelry nnd watch repairing. Diamond setting. 2H Wr. Central Avenue. !ir. 7 nre In the first grade. &47 in the,! laid over tho entire distance of! twenty-live miles of the Camlno lienl between I.as Cruces and tho slate line. 1 Six weeks ago the greater part of this' load was almost Impassable, because ! second grade, 40i in the third rai'e, tL'lii in the fnurlh grade, 27.'i In Hie infill grade, -IS in the sixlh grad", j t r 4 in the seventh grade, 127 In th,' eighth grade and sixty-six In the hiKhof sand, loose soil and chuckhi Us. As si hool. soon as the first course of gi-.n-cl has been finished, the top course, of lioMilniii.im by Anfl-VlvUiH'llimlsls. ,,m.,.ned. denned gravel, will be1 Washington, Dee. 1 1 .-Adopt ion f j ,,.,,,, ,,, ,he Kravd pits and spread i rcsnlutiuns calling upon eonKress to m 1.tmJ Jni, l)c fjniil t-mMxim i appoint a Joint cominlltee to invcsti- ,. (.on,,,k,teii ! Mite Vivisecllon and Various other vV(11.k , vv,',Ht sj(U, roa(, , ' lorms of cruelty to iinimals, brought ,ilu, .,,, v,ttor(,IIMt. ii,..,.e : ,t. a conclusion today the am, mil ,,. ,, fvt, nli,pH (f f K,.1V(., , tneetlnu of the 1 nternatlnnal And- r , , , , f Canntilli,. 1 Kcprcsenlatlve Stcenerson of M in- j Vivisection and Animal Protection ,,y VIly 1( , ,., n,)rlh towards i nesota, In-fore luterstalo comincn e congress. (Hher resolutions asked l(hnniberlno. The road has been committee, urged Icgisiation to pro- eotigresa In csluhlish a cloned bird , ,.., , .,i.,,i f,..,. u,, , ... ...... i iiuahlied to hold and cMU'isa oplninns,, (li,,lt ,,ostal traiisniiMsion of newspa- season for five years und to nppoiu' I, At m yKXtW0 n,rifo furoes ' AIiCIIITltT JACK HEAD nnnm .1, 1st Nat'l Itnnk Hide., Al buquerque. New Mexico. periouuais puiuii.niug nu- a ccinmiitce in uctcriiiine wiieiucr nr, ... .liri. t...,iin, ,i. ....,,,1 p.iiativiiv nine tinicieiico oi opiniiui i veil isi-meiiis oi tatuciy rcprcscntcii ur-1 si-me icmhooks iiscu in America n llui , t ii les. achnols do not Incite the children I M'tS. We have tlie Word of the doctors fur! it thai many of the iinn-l Important iiitvancea In in til iiti I science owe thcli'j oi.-'i every tn cupel iincnta peifornicil on dumb animals, and thnt fills form nf expi I lit it-n t , 1 1 ! m Is necessary to In- Kepresnntal Iv e l.loyd introduced ancts ot cruelty. hill to limit congressmen to $0 n vcurj tor official tel. grams. TODAY'S I FAflPRS und er gradtiiii gang Is at work at '"iChamlierino. a little farther south. at Min siill farther discoveries of Ities tiiu.il'ie value In tin human t'.o e. Nut I'dng- in u poMtinn to ilicll(-s llil.t nicsttun wiih fin- ilu.tuis, we take tin ii Mateiin nt at Its lace value, and i i i t. i Inly v c w null) not be hcnl d to op pose anythtug the existence of w hlc A Is iiiccssnry tu nllcvi.ite human mif fi I il'K. The more enlightened of the phvsi- rvul-.v duns, liowiVer, frei Iv udinit that vlvl-l scctb.ii has been iin-cd nnd that tliej T. 1'. Heed imliei I iiiiiii.it" piactice of it shiiUld he rial repair sli Mci lily repi cr'si M. 'fl;i' inedlesa In- per nvenue. Is Iliition uf sulfci lim upon In -Iph sa nui- qui-rque. having innla la tin net which nn.iins not hlnu ! ,'"l clKhteen I'lit repugnance ll the hi-iilt nf all lil.'iiiuiie nun, u , I it Is grattfvitnj to r.ote that among the mcini-i is of the From 3 to 4 p. m. 12.' 'C j Galatea Cloth, and all you want while it lasts, at 4c a yard. From 4 to 5 p. m. -Un- I bleached Muslin, 36-inch wide, Debated vviiluuit action acnnle res- oliitlon fur a cominisslmi on national j u til tn voi (ittoiial education. .1. M. Law of Kansas City urged the good mails committee to favor na tional roaila across the continent. D. A. It. until. iriv.ed 10 hold Jl.Oun, niirt worth of ptupcily In a lull fa vorably reported. Welfare secretaries and more chap-: in. -!,, Ut 1 hoard. y P.cir 1 ii"1"' luti vtiiui.-, ijii oaiu lino Jn ( North of Dona Ana, a gang Is busy opening up the highway between Dona Ann and I.eaKburg, and assur ance has Just been received by Mr. Lester, secretary of the road bonrd, from s'uperv i.sing Engineer Mill, of the reclamation service, that the road between l.casbiirg und Selden will be promptly graded, nnd improved, iu accordance with the agreement en tered into between the reclamation serv ice and the Dona Ann county road Al'TO .v.- caismtagf, painting The finest automobile finishing a speciality. Johnson it Ilrowcr, ex pert nutoniobllo nnd carriage painters. :t22 N. 1st Street, Albu querque, New Mexico. Phone 438. CIIAS. I,. KF.lTLEIt & SON' Maker of awnings, porch curtains, tents iftid anything in canvus. Household fronds- bought nnd sold. Good line of new furniture). Sleep ing porches our specialty, phone tt7. 317-19 South Second Street. Manufacturing: Confectioners Scliutt & DnvUI Candy Co. Wholesale nnd retail chocolates, bon buns, taffies, pan gonils, i creams nnd sherbets, 222 W. t'e"' trul Ave. Thone 7 0. IXIXTIMCAL tiOXTKACTOIt Nash Electric Supply Company. Electricnl contructors and engin eers. Motors and generators. Everything electrical carried in stock. 5 OH West Central Avenue. Phone No. 2. M'W MEXICO MARK FT F. rtomero, Prop. Fresh and ?M meats. Game in season. We buy (the highest priced beef, nmltnn and pork. Fresh oysters in sea son. Phone 765, 315 S. 1st St. AI.1U QI F.KQI F, (JltFFMIOrSFS (i. Shaw, Prop. Florists, Design ers nnd Decorators. 17th and W. Central. Phone 466. Al.llt QI'KIIQl'K MACMI.NK ForximY MOKkS Repair all kinds of machinery. Tanks built to order. Dealer in building material, irrigation plants and modern mliilig machinery. lains urged fur hattlehhips by Admiral I'lue before the naval committee, Adjourned the. northern part of the cintov, -0 p, in. tn noon, w hn conducts the gen ii lit 31.'. 1-2 West Cop- well kunwn ill Albu lived heie during the eighteen Vitus. Fourteen years , lie Was t"li lit. ,ll fur Whitney v utll panv, and two vcurs with the ('reticent Hardware company, tiiul during Hie Ipast two yenrs bus roiidiVtod this iii.ti-vlvlM-ciicii i-ot.gnsH now in scs. Bhop ,lls ,nvn m.coutit, and en ion In W'ashinytMii me many tdi.vnl- jt,jg Kui buHtiniis, hour and all you want, yd. 4c. ,i' k"k i nn t work t Hit.-h, i ti I i clalng the sandy parts of the road. I inese prices are rcany oe-i a soon na tho necessary width of low cost and the housewife should make some purchases l,UKh ''. e,.esary ; .. . ., , , ifiinds haviiin been net apart for that ! thys afternoon. The goods are: purpose. j i ne rmisneu parts or the t amino Heal und Other graveled highways of: the county demonstrate the effective- I noss of the methods followed by tho 1 county road hoard. These finished roads nre almost a model of highway -Journsl wnt bring reiuiu because! ,'l'lull"k"- low expense considered, everybody rend The Journal. 'They ur hurd, smooth, well shaped, IUTLFU Al'TO COMPANY Cor. 5th St. Copper Ave. 1 Tho largest an dhest equipped garage In the state. Storage cupacity 60 cars. Full lino of accessories and supplies at all times. Uoodyear tires. F.KWOOD ItAKFItY 222 S. Second Street. French pas try, cream puffs and tho finest of cakes every day. Figola Hread a specialty. Phone 977. NFWIiAX PAKOKTj DEMVF.BY I'hone 404. Prompt service at all times our motto, 122 West Gold Avenue. Mrs. F. G. Newlan, PmP- FCKXITFRR Chnrles K. Boldt. hand" furniture, ranges, crockery, CAKPFTS New und second pugs, stoves, picture framing, furniture repairing. 2is W. Ave,, Albuquerque, X. Mex. Gold GEO. C. SCIIFFlt, I-TRXITl-HK .114-16 South 2d Street, "Odd Fel lows' Iiuilding." Welter's Superb Stoves and Ranges. The best me dium in-iced line. among the best on the market today; THE M00EL COMPANY. COFFIF.Iill DRY CFFAMXG ('(), We clean hats and plumes, men and women's clothes, rugs, draper ies and curtains. Also do dyeing. Promptness and good work our motto. 115 S. 6th St. Phone in? m and I les Pro mm OPTICIAX O, G. Bobber. Everything optical. Len.se grinding done on the prem ises, no S. 2d Street. PIOXEKK BAKERY Everything In the baking line that is good, nnd everything good that Is in the baking line. Prompt de liveries and pleased customers our slogan. S. N. balling, Prop. S. 1st Street. GENERAL REPAIRING Tin and sheet metal works. LJght and heavy repairing of all kinds. Satisfaction guaranteed. Phone T. F. Reed, S15'i W. Cop per Ave. F. J. Gerule Joe Via" TNIOX REALTY CO. Rentals, business chances, insur ance. We handle property for non residents. Notary public. Phone 69, 110 S. 2d St.