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What's New in New Mexico SANTA FE DEMOCRATS TURN DOWN DORMAN AND FUSION PLAN FIZZLES SUPERVISION OF PLA2A MAY BE GIVEN UP BY WOMEN OF SANTA FE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. 1914. Naclins Face Powder (fit C.rH Ban Only) BODY OF IIIIIE FOUND FLOATING IJEAR LAKE SHORE Searchers Make Discovery at Nightfall After. Hope Had Almost Been Abandoned; Early's Body Not Recovered, Lieut. Jubal A. Early, who wns drowned Sunday afternoon in Iuke Mariano, Intended to leave Gallup yesterday, presumably on hi way to IiIh home in Lynch- hurg, Va. He had reserved a berth on the Hanta Fe'a east- bound California limited, which arrived here last night. The berth hud been reserved in Los An- gele by telegram and waa held until the train reached Gullup, 4 where it waa leurned that the prospective passenger won dead. ' lOVCIAl CMilHONHHCI TO MONNIMC JOUMNAk. Gallup, N. M Sept. 15. The body of John A. Young wan found lust Illehf lllMt about dark M 1 ha nnrtv giving- up the work for the night and had started for the shore. They had built rafta and while puddling to the shore with long pole accidentally hit upon the body of Young; lying much nearer the shore than they had been searching all the day. The body ot Lieutenant Early has not been lo cated. Young' body arrived In Gal lup about midnight luat night. Fu neral arrangement have not yet been made known. The body is in the lieddow undertaking parlor. There were about fifty persons at the lake working In an effort to lo rate the bodies. The dead lieutenant is a nephew of Jubal Early, an old confederate army officer of Virginia stork. Kcan-lHVM tamp All Night. The searching party returned to the luke this morning to continue the search. Many of them camped there all night. A wagon load of pro visions wua sent out to them at mid night lust night after the firBt of those at the luke returned. Lieutenant E. C. Early, brother of the dead Lieutenant Jubal Early, who Is oIko located at Fort Wingate, was notified of his brother's death early yesterday morning and went at once to the lake and worked diligently all day until lute last night, This morn ing It I reported that he has lost his reason and is in the hospital at the post. . How the accident happened or Just when It happened is not known. J. A. Gordon, T. M. Quebedeaux, T. F. Hmalling and Lieutenant Early went out to the lake with. J. A. Young Sat urday night and went out shooting duck early the next morning and re mained nut on the luke until about 11:30, Then ull decided to go In and get breakfast. Early and Young were in a boat by themselves and just as they were starting for the shore they saw a flock of ducks come into the lake and they went back to get a shot at them. The balance of the party went to the clubhouse, cooked the breakfast and remained there all the afternoon making repairs to bouts and other little things until about dusk. Then they began to wonder why the other two had not returned, and went to seek them. They could see noth ing of the boat or men. f Ofriccrs Join Party. A wagon Toad of army officers came over from the fort In the middle of the afternoon and they, too, went to look for the missing men. The wind was blowing a terrific gale and the men were, unable to row the other boat on the lake. The army team was uited to haul the boat around to the windy side of the luke and they drift ed Into the tullies and found the boat enpslzed with no sign of where the accident had occurred. No hats were found nor the oars of the bout. The boat had a gasoline propeller attached to it. The bout was built in Gallup. The engine was missing. The men ore high gum boots and because it was very cold hud on heavy overcoats nd hunting coats filled with shells. The men who were there are of the opinion that the tragedy occurred about noon, as the men had Intended to come right back and get breakfast. The bottom of the lake Is covered with a thick coat of weeds about three or four feet deep and It is only an ac cident that the body was located. 1 Is doubtful if the other will be found s he may have swum some distance. He was an expert swimmer. The weight which the bodies carried Iti clothing and loaded shells make It Possible that it will never rise to the op. Mariano is Just thirty miles northeast of Gallup. E. L. Hauen sieln runs an Indian, trading store there, but he was unahle to keep and feed the large number of men who were out there working yesterduy. Ills rations ran out. He killed a sheep and the men had plenty of mutton, at least. Masonic Funeral for Young;. Santa Fe, Sept. 15. Dr. C. A. 'heelon went to Gallup last night to represent the Scottish Rite Masons at the funeral of J. A. Young, the legislative representative., Dr. Wheel on took with him regalia and equip ment for a Masonic funeral, which Is to he given the deceased by the Scottish Rite club of the Carbon city. Motrin Bound Over. Santa Fe, Sept. 15. United States Commissioner M. T. Dunleavy last vening held B. F. Morris, of Santa Crust, in $300 bond for the federal Brand jury next month, on the charge t selling- Honor to the Pueblo In FORMER PROFESSOR OF , STATE COLLEGE MAKES VISIT TO OLD FRIENDS Ftate College, N. M.. Sept. 15 Dr. John It. MuoArthur, formerly denn ol the college and heud of the Kngllch department, stopped off at fctale Col lege for a short social and business vis il with friend. He waa en mute to the Kansas Htule rollege at Manhat tan, where he waa recently elected to the faculty ax ussociute professor if RnKliah. Ur, MftcArihur waa for a numher of year one of the most valued member of the 'faculty.- He resigned n the spring of litis to accompany r. XV, K. Garrison, former president of the college, to Claremont, f'al. where he was to act a instructor In Kngliah In the Clatemont School for Hoys. Find ing condition unsuitable there, he accepted the position of assistant see- retary n,the pacranit'uto, t'u!., y, m. . A. Severn I days ago he wa elected to the k. S. faculty and liiininMm. ly accepted. Ir. Mu-'Arthur la il Brsdiinte of the I'nlverslty of Chicago, and wag later awarded the I'll. 1). legree from liar- vurd tinlversltv. Fay Wagner waa yesterday elected to the editorship of the J15 Swastika Stanley Jlrown, last yeur'a assistant business manager, waa confirmed an business manager ffip this year. Kd ward Wharton and itlehard I'.uven were elected ansistant editor and as sistant huaineaa munager. respectively, and will have complete churg,, of the !! Swastika. Thi' Swustika, the State college annual, la nuli:isiii l"",'h ytar l,y th Junlor luM"- Assist- ants are elected from the sophomore and the following year haw. complete charge of editing and managing- the book. (MciAL dispatch to mosnin joumnal) Santa Fe, Sept. 15. The eighth of the great art exhibitions thi year in the Palace of the Governor, began this evening when E. L. lilumen- schein. exhibited a superb lot of can vases he painted in hi Taos studio. The exhibit I the more significant because it is Mr. Klumcnscheln'g plan not to return to New Mexico for the next five or six year. j hose who have seen his earlier pictures, are convinced by the exhib it that he ha grown and Is growing mightily, although his achievements in the past, both as illustrator and painter, have brought him fame. The connoisseurs and the many art lov ers who streamed Into the historic palace tonight, were struck with a note that they had never before ob served either In his or that of any other of the painters of Indian life and southwestern scenery. It trans ported them to the Orient, to Al giers, to the desert, and no one who sees those pictures can now fail to understand, why this part of the west was called The Great Amen- can oesert. Minugnt, eartn, arcm-i tecture, Indians, sand storms, all," In a mysterious way conjure up visions of the African Mediterranean coast. It Is consummate art Indeed. Most striking and ambitious Is a long panel with Indians mounted on horseback, the horse all white, while the figures have drawn about them white sheets In the manner of the Bedouins, as a protection against the approaching sandstorm. In the back ground are the magnificent, beuutlful Tao mountains, as no one has ever painted them before, so vivid, so true that every New Mexican who will see the tplcture elsewhere .must reel a pang of homesickness us nc upon them. Equally Inspiring are the mountains In the background of n j I..- i i- canvas ill wnlcn me uun-coiui In dian .pueblo, partly In the shadow, and a pinto horse In the fore ground, form the subject of the tal ented artist's brush. No less attractive are the various moti-Hii of Taos Indians, mciuuing the wise old "Ventura, and a squaws head out of whose face and eyes peer the eternal Question of the HSes, a u-isdom that manes tne study almost uncanny in us corn. The portrait of a boy with war bon net und the pueblo of Taos in the background, is especially attractive. as is a large canvas oi me m ....n sion church with a group of Indians, also like lie.loulns, In the fore ground, ' Waldo Twllehell Returns. Santa Fe, Sept. ".-Waldo Twitch- ell, son of Col. ttaq.o t i . T .i a Vi'lTMH mm UlRHi Arizona and will eome to Santa e months' stay. Colonel Twitchell canitul last evening returned to the to represent the Santa Fe system in the supreme court in the "stock scales- case Administration on Hew r Case o. it- sent. 15. In the pro- of Lata notirr tna. a m -Heruere to be appointed ad- m'lnltrntnr of his Wife' estate and was guardian of his minor flled. The petition was children, granted. A Lame Bwfc.KWnejr Trouble Causes It don't take long for kidney and bladder trouble to ... -"checked, back, and even orse Qa m oiraynge, Gainesville, ua "ay hnef is s ronger than in year., a kidney t$."nd p.lnf-1 blad and Kianey v a-one." der sensation nu Gorod arugg.M.aregndtose" Kidney Plll oecau -w - - habit forming drug. Thw contain no SUPERB EXHIBIT OF PAINTINGS IS HELD JfJ PALACE Inc. ... FOR THE LOVE OF HE, ITT, BE HEASOfJABLE Such Is the Advice Given by Attorney General Clancy on Opening of Pool Rooms in Columbus on Sunday, ' (ICIAt BIAATCM TO MONIN JOURNAL) Santa Fe, Sept. 15, ! reason able." 1 the advice that Attorney General Frank W. Clancy itlve Thomua O. Lacklund of Cottimhu, l.tina county, who asks whether the state law permits him to operate. pool room in Columbus on Sunday. "It depends on The sentiment In the community'' whether the operation of a pool room on Sunday can tie deemed objectionable and would fall under Ihe bun of the state law, lib erally construed. Columbus, by the way, asks the attorney general's of fice mora questions than any other two place in the state together.. 1 he . opinion says' The I mi of ltca"ii. "Santa Fe, Sept. H. 1 B 1 4 "Mr. Thomas G. 1-acklaitd, Columbus, New Mexlcoi "Dear Sir: I have Just received your letter of the 11th Instant In which you request Information as to whether or not it I ngaint the smt laws to operate a pool room on Sun days, as to which you say, also, that the laws of your county permit the "ii me to be open ns fur ns you run ascertain, and there is no town or dlnance on the subject. "There are no county laws relat lng to thi or other subject. The only laws which could be Invoked are those of the state, formerly ter ritory, or city or town ordinance. "The statute on the subject of tbP observance of Sunduy la to be found in Section 136X of the Compiled Law of 1897, which Is as follows: " 'Any person or persons who shall be found on the first day of the week, called Sunday, engaged In any sports, or In horse racing, cock fighting, or in any other manner disturbing any worshiping nssemlily, or private fam ily, or attending any public meeting, or public exhibition, excepting for religious worship, or Instruction, or engaged In any labor except works of necessity, charity or mercy, shall be punished by a fine not exceeding fifteen dollars, nor less than five dol lars, or Imprisonment In the county jail of not more thni d"', nor less thnn five days. In the discre tion of the court, upon conviction before any district court.' "I have had occasion twice in the past to consider the enforcement of this statute with regard to the oper ation of mcving picture shows, first in June, litlt, and next in May, 1913, and what I then said appears to me to be applicable to the operation of a pool hall If conducted in an order ly and Inoffensive manner. I then said that a literal reading of the law would make It a violation for anyone to be engaged in such labor as the conducting of a moving picture show, and this is certainly applicable also to a pool hall, but that experience has shown that It is advisable that there should be some discretion exer cised In the enforcement of such Stat-1 ute as th s Intelligent memoers oi a community who favor the obser vance of the Sabbuth generally real ize that attempts at rigid and un deviating enforcement of such a law nre likelv to result in a condition of public entlmcnt which might either bring about a repeal of all luws on the subject or make It impossible to secure conviction even In cases where the violation of the law is flagrant and very offensive. I believe that in many of our towns picture shows and pool halls are In operation on Sun day, and I have not heard of any complaint being made on that ac count. The sale of such things as cigars, tobacco, soda water and can dles Is general and appears not to have caused any difficulty, although such occupations are literally within the provisions of the statute. ! "Laws of this kind are enforced only when the public sentiment of n community is in favor of their en forcement. It might be quite injudi cious for the authorities to attempt to' enforce the law ugalnst comparative ly Innocent amusements or occupa tions unless they are so carried on us to be offensive to the public. A pool room might be so conducted as to be something bordering upon a public! nuisance on Sunday, and In such a case the law v would probably be successfully invoked to punish the opeiatc-rs. "Yours truly, "FRANK W. CLANCY. "Attorney General." , ArRUed and Subiiiltlcil. Santa i'e, Sept. 15. In the state supreme court today the cases of El fego Haca, appellant, v. City of Albu riuerque, appellee, from Bernalillo county; and. of Trinidad G. de Haca, appeliunt, vs. Peter Koth, et al., ap pellees, from San Miguel county, were argued and submitted. Set for to morrow are the cases A. O. Jahren, appellee, vs. Paul BuHer, ft al., ap pellants, from Mora.county, and J. H. Webb, appellee, vs. John T. Heal, ap pellants, from Chaves county. Damage Verdict SH Aside. Santa Ke, Sept. 15. The district court today set aside the verdict for 4,!00 damages In the case of Thayer vs. The Denver and Klo Grande rail road and granted a new trial of the case. Thayer was Injured in Colorado while In the employ of the company and blamed the accident upon a de fective fcrake. At one time, the rail road company could have compro mised the case for 175, it is said, but refused to do so. LAKE VALLEY CITIZENS DECIDE TO ESTABLISH LIBRARY FOR SCHOOL wtieiAi '"; io noDMiNa ni.i ' Santa Fe, Sept. 11, --That the i ltl fp.ii of Ike Valley, Sierra county, have decided to put in a liol II bruiy, was the welcome tiding re ceived today by the department of education. The new six-room modern school building In the n.iiunx camp of Mo- notion, Socorro county, ha been com- pleted and Is ready tor the furniture und equipment. It. It. LurMu report that the East La Vega public school has Just put III u complete 0oiiietic science equip ment, completing ll.i manual training outfit. Mis Eckles, county superintendent of Grunt county, sent in a demuiid for a number of first grade teachers, but none but first graders will do. There ure five to six cxu.i school in the county this ear heeding eight to ten extra teachers. Prof. M. J. Ganett of ,I.a Me4 high school, Dona Ana county, re port an Increase of Hill per cent III attendance. Miss Esther Ketianiore sends word thut twenly-hve pupils have been erolled in the high school at Elldu, Roosevelt county. Lordsburg reports mi enrollment of lull. Mr. O'HrJun In New YiuU. Santa Fe, Sept. 15. Mrs. M. J O'Mryun, .sister of ex-Governor M. A. Otero and of Page II. Otero, who has been u resident of Paris the past few years, wired today her safe arrival in New York und will be here in a few days to spend some time with Mr. and Mia. Page (Hero und children. ISSICIAL DISPATCH TO MOSNINO JOUftNAWt Santa Fe. Sept. 15. The district GAD JURY SANTA FE COUNTY IS ORGANIZED court Brunei Jury organized today with the bidifest treat to thf people In many Luis 10. Alarld as foreman. Tedro years." Alarid has been named court Interpre- On September 1!, Hell will recch t.a ter and Albert Clancy temporarily 'suna to take films of the Indian dance Krand Jury stenographer. . Manuel Montoya, Juan Manuel AngW and Komolo Benavides, bailiffs. JiiiIkc M. C Mechem named Henry S. Allison court crier. The grand Jury will be In session each day from It a. m. to 6:30 p. m., and Judge M. C. Meuchem In structed it especially to Investigate gun-totlng, Sunday and lUiuor law violations, compulsory school attend ance enforcement, the condition of county offices and county building. The .-use to be brought to the at tention of the grand jury will not be of much Importance or many, how ever, although an attempt may be made to Investigate the horrible lynching of some months ago. The petit jury will not be empan eled before next Monday. Several im portant criminal cases have been set. On Monday, Septeml er 21, the mur der case of the State vs. (Hiineclndo Garcia will be called. It had been remanded by the state supreme court. On Friday the same week, the case of the Slate vs. Juari Archuleta, for criminal assault, bus been set, as well as the two cases against J. K. Braxton, for uttering worthless checks. The three bribery cases agalnHt Legisla tors Luis It. Montoya, Manuel Cordo va And Juan Trujillo will go over pending the decision of the supreme court in the J. P. I.ucero appeal. The case of the State vs. Abel Henavldez for flourishing a weapon in a settle ment, hn also been continued. The murder case against Claude Coolry, of Rio Arriba county, to be tried in Santa Fe county on change of venue and reversed and remanded by the supreme court, will probably bo con tinued on account of the serious ill ness of the defendant. Government 1'llcs Mbcl. , Santa Fe, Sept. 15. In the federal court today, the t'nited States today filed a libel for the seizure of two horses, a mure anil gelding, each weighing 600 pounds, and a wagon, Charging that they were used to transport liquor Into the Isletu Pueblo grant. The property Is In possession of Superintendent P. T. Lonergan, who also accuses Miguel Chavez with being the person who Introduced the liquor on the Indian lands. Deputy United States Marshal .Curios Craemer left today to seize the property and bring it to Santa Fe. A SURE WAY TO END DANDRUFF Stop railing Hair and Itching Scal At Once. There Is.one sure way that hn never failed til remove dandruff at once, and that Is to dissolve u, then you destroy It entirely. To do this, just get about four ounces of plain, common liquid arvon from any drug store tthls is all you will need), apply it at night when retiring; use enough to moisten the scalp and rub Ii in gently with the fin ger tips. Hy morning, most If not all, of your dandruff will be gone, and three or four more application will completely dissolve, and entirely destroy every sin. gle sign and trace of it, no' matter how much dandruff you mv have. You will find all Itching and dig ging of the scft will stop instantly and your hair will be fluffy, lustrous, glossy, silky and soft, and look am' feel a hundred time better. If you value your hair, yon should get rid of dandruff at once, for noth ing destroys the hair so quickly. It lot onyl starve the hair and makes It falliout, but It make it tiinv, strag gly, dull, dry, brittle and lifeless, and loverybody notice it. ISMCIAl IIIPaTm TO OHNO JOimNALI Santa Ke, Sept. 15. l'ntll early this morning the democratic county convention was In session at the cap llol coyly fill ting lth the progressive convention In session at Ihe ftrenion' hull. Caucus after caucus, conference upon conference s Held with the result that the progressive overture wete finally turned down because the progressive Insisted that their choice for the houe, Harry II. Doiioan, "tumid be accepted, the democrats to be given the other legislative place on the ticket. While the deiitociats were ready to accept Samuel Cart wright, another progressive, us run ning mute for their chuhe, they drew the line on Dorinan and therefore nominated a mralght democratic ticket consisting of former Mayor Arthur ScliKinuii of Santa Ke and Jose Inef Roybal of Pojuaque, former county commissioner and u census enumerator In 1910. Republican con cede that this is u very strong ticket. In Luna county there will be four legislative candidate In the field. Charles Heath, who had announced himself as a candidate In the demo cratic primaries against S. J. Smith, but who fell between the slate, when the I. una county democrats suddenly decided that diiect primaries are too cumbersome, expensive slid trouble some, has announced himself as an independent candidate. The progres sive have iionunuled K, H. tluiclu, a Harvard graduate, and the repub licans, now In high hopes of Heeling their candidate, are looking for the best material they can nnti. GOOD PICTURES TAKEN IN SAN JUAN VALLEY; BELL MAKES BIG HIT ......... .I.-ATCH TO MO.SIN. JOUINAU Santa Fe. Sept. l!j The motion pic. ture outfit of the exposition commis sion has been very successful In curing flue films at the Aztec and Farmltigton fairs, und today is at the Navajo fa"" "l Shlprock where Su perintendent Shelton ha urrunged for opportunities to take a number of epochmuklng pictures. That Chase Hell, the moving picture operator, made a hit at the San Juan county seat Is apparent from the fol lowing telegram from H. M. Jackson, editor of the San Juan Democrat: "That fellow, Hell, I sure some clev - ..r b.iv He nut on a flee snow li! I front of the grandstand at Axlec that Was the hit of the fair. The people are all talking about It yet. It was there and from there will go to tne lower Pecos valley for a week roundup of picturesque sights. PHYSICIAN DISCUSSES USE OF TUBERCULIN HPICKL CSSSHSONOINCt TO MOMIN JOUSNM.I Santa Ke, Sept, 15. Dr. David C. Twitchell of Silver City has Just pub lished a brochure that should he of much Interest In the southwest. It Is entitled "Tuberculin," and discusses lucidly the advances made In late years in Ihe clinical use f tuberculin. Indirectly, the reader gathers from It, thut cllmute, open air life In a coun try like New Mexico, remain the onlv denendiinl le' hope for those stricken with the white plague, for the writer after a careful, scientific discussion, declares; "I consider tuberculin a very powerful agent even In tho very small doses we now use, for good In carefully selected cases, and maybe for distinct harm If blindly used." The writer refer to Dr. Trudeau U the authority that governs his conclu sion, for under him he has worked with tuberculin und he says of him: "1 have never known him to advise ihls treatment in a case that was pro gressing satisfactorily under climatic treatment." Speaking of the so-called Fried man cure, the author cites the unfa vorable opinion of a committee of the Association of Sanatorium Physicians of Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Dr. Twitchell has experimented with the Frledmflnli cure and obtained merely negative results. Mow import ant light and air and climate are, he. Illustrated with the following experi ment of Dr. Trudeau: "Six inoculat ed rabbits wore put in his cellar, where It was damp and sunless anil were lightly reii. tsix ntauny inniiim were placed In neighbor's cellar under the same conditions.' Six inoculated rabbits were placed on a very small Island In Saranac lake, where they had plenty of feed and could easily be captured. At the end of several weeks all the rabbits In his cellar were dying of lul ercnlosls. The six In the neighbor's cellar were thin, but showed no signs of tubercu losis, of the six on the island, some had a distinct tuberculosis, but the others showed only slight evidences of infection, but the condition of all the animals on the Island was remarkably superior to those In his cellar." In other words, ihe condition for the cure of tuberculosis ale most su perior in a section like New Mexico with plenty of sunshine, aridity and condition favoring out-of-door Ufa to which are added the stiSnulation of a high altitude. rpdcral Court Noton, Santa Fe, Sept. 15. The federal rourt today set September 21 for the healing of the motion for a bill of particulars in the case of the I lilted States vs. Clara True, et Al. Assistant t'nited Slates Attorney Henry G. Cuors, In federal court to day argued a motion lo strike out n portion of defendant's answer In the case of the t'nited States vs, The Ihs Crnces Hullding A Improvement Co., Involving a claim of 1 5,6(10 damages by t'nele Sam for a piece of property on which he had an op. tion for a federal building, but which lie charge was sold before the option hd expired. t'nited Statics Attorney Summers Hurkhnrt arrived today from Albu querque to argue the case tomorrow or the t'nited States Vs. Heagsn, in volving the cancellation of. a home stead latent In Quay county. (eeieiAb coniaoaNp to woanino journal! Santa Ke. Sept, 15, The Woman's Hoard of Trade Is considering; giving up the siiieivlsion of the Plana, which It bus made the most pictures que recreation place in New Mexico. This step is necessitated by luck of fund. A year ago the men's board of trade, in a movement atMins! exces sive taxation, discovered that Ihe one mill levied In the city (u support the board of trude In taking cure of the public library, was illi'isal, and bail the court cut It off. Since then, the woman's board of trude has hud a bard time 111 taking care of all it widespread endeavors which lu hide I the public library. Hie Plana, ihaiiU w ork, the Falrv lew remctei v. He The management of the K:i) the ater yesterday offered the board ol trade Uic use of Its tbeuler tree of charge, twice each vcar, once durim. Ihe Christmas season lor a i hiiniy performance and once during the summer when the unnual Plar.'i fete Is given. INTERESTING FIGURES IN TAX COLLECTIONS ' CIAl. 0IOATCK TO WOSMISO iOUSXALI S.min Fe, S-pt. 1" .- During A'lgust. ll4,r.:i."i.2M In 1913 taxes were reported collected throughout the si 'te, swell ing lh total to i:l,4i:.M90, or Sn.. aim more than were coib i led of 1912 tax'. However, of the $:t.fitU,:.22 l taxes levied for 1912. the per cent col let led to d ite I MM'?, whl'e of tne 1915 tax. it Is only 7s. 1 1. Hernallllo county leads with ISl.'i, 9JI.H0 of 1911 taxes colic, led w hile Chaves Is second with I2KT.4S7. '., Colfax third with ISTS.JTT.- and driint fourth, with $2;Ti.S4.!.. At the bottom of the list I- Taos county w ith $:I4.K77,H2; halidoval villh J4U.37iI.3j. or less than one-scvtiith of the amount collected In the adjoining all,l much smaller county of lb tnnlibo; Sierra $45.nr..9.'i and Klo Arriba 4H,3U7.iii. while Santa Fe county paid in $ 1 3 tt , -Is71.ri5 or less than one-half the jamoiinl collected In Chaves county, A to percentage collected, Lincoln 'county, tlovernor McDonald's county. I head the list with 97.22 per cent; the othcr counties In the ! per cent class being yuuy, 9ti..11; I. una, 9 4.54; Mc Klnloy, 94 II, and (irunt, 90.15. 11. r HI lo collies flllh with S7.tiii, while (sunta Fe has only I per cent col lm ted. The poorest showing, how- ever, is that of Sandoval county with only 4X.S9. or less than one balf of the taxes collecied. No other counties collected less than 3 per cent; Dona Ana and Kddy standing at the bottom next to Sandoval with tilUS and tiini per c ut, respectively. MAIL BY AEROPLANE FOR CLAYTON FAIR ItPfCIAl OlAtCN TO MOSNINa JOURNAL! Santa Fe, Sept. In. Aeroplane mail service will be inaugurated tomorrow at Clayton, I'lWon county. Hut It will be only for Ihe three day of the I'nton county fair and only from the fair grounds to the postoffiee, accord ing to n official older of the postof fiee department received today. Another order received I y Action PoHtnuiHter J. II, Vaughn today in cludis .Vmliiie and lloblis, between Monument an. I Knowbs in the star route from Carlsbad to Lovington. ' ItefK'IptH. 15. The only re - Treasury Santa Fe, Si pt. mlitunce leceivcd todav bv State Treasurer o. X. Marion man $2i'irt from the Southern Pacific, on liquor licenses for bun-el cars passing through .New Mexico. L 1 ..' "Yes, I Recommend Duffy's Always is thoroughly manner as r '"jut? injurious elements, thus insuring absolute purity. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is used in hospitals; prescribed and endorsed by many physicians because of its rare medicinal value. Always be sure to get Duffy's don't merely ask for it insist on getting it. You can easily tell the genuine. See that the seal over the cork is unbroken -that our name and monogram are blown in the bottle that our label bears our trade-mark of the the signature of the Gimpany. Sold in sealed bottles only grocers and dealers, $1 .00. "6et The Puffy Malt Whiskey Co., ijii" T1IK FIRST ISSUE OK THE HERALD OF THE WELL COUNTRY is now off the press and for snlc at the news stands. Con ducting a thorough education for healthscekcrs and fighting for a clean city and state. Subscribe today 50c the year, coin or stamps. t Name. : Address Phone 1502W Albuquerque, N. M. P. O. Pert I'A Mkbo TU Complexion Beautiful Producing- that oft, velvety fresh ness so much admired. . Mono refunded if not entirely pleaied. Nudum Is P'it and hsmiles and adhere until washed oft lilandf out blemishes; prevent sunburn and return of discoloration. A million dilighlvj usvirs endorse the, dollcsl tints, McMh, Pink, ttninette, White, D Toilrt Counttf mr Mail, SOc. National Toilet Comaany, Pari, Tn, Sold by William other toilet counter. Drug Co., and CHECK THE SYMPTOMS OF LUNG TROUBLE Fymut nf rvirt Inn truM, Much ft IVvfi. tililht nwimIN anil In nf wHftlht. ' Mlifut.l l.o fiuM-knil, t-r n.'i'lnua tvrtulti will I .1 ii w t kttnt h a A Him tt r him hi our tit ntuMit niitfiv rfcnv iTir-j, iutt thin; I t'. TMitvuuth Ht , Nw York. "Mwitlitt.Mi -Him- i n -rr younjr w.Miptn I Hiii f mrrrtf fruin Mrnirh(t), I in. il .lo. tM(- iifif i il.ifl.ir. Kt'ttUiff tlttl f mi titii.-fi! 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He thankful that you are here today and able to have a loaf of our delicious biead whenever you Want It. Wuiit some now? Pioneer Bakery ailT Si utli Klrwt Street, c 3 Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works I'ligliu'crs rounder Machinist Casting In Iron) Itras, Hronza, j Aluminum, Klectrlc Motor. Oil ICn- 'glnes. Pump and Irrigation. v orus ann umce, Aiouquerquo. , Wnt hlsh rit mpl"rt Or th Mttr (Tad of tKrvsnmr Mli ( th snl enhtmns ftf lh ,tori becnuse for more than fifty years it has been recognized as one of the greatest tonic-stimulants known to science." That's what many conscien tious dealers will tell you ; there's a reason. Duffy's Pure alt Whiskey made from clean, selected crain. malted and processed in such a to remove so far as possible all "Old Chemist" and j by most dniggists, Dutfy'i and Kep WeH." Rochester, N. Y. ROOMS) MO nTHH. Utrrj Wni1rn ArewnniMdsilim fur Oumfort of Gumi. Mount XVII limit Tbilli , (LAO, l , ID M Kmims Kill) H.ilh SI M), Mlll. H fill, l IM Weekly nnil Monlhljr Kntet on Aiipllraiioa. Villi Our Rplnttld ef. Popular I'rleo. c?!. tn Hi wo. Thtri and Wph Or l.tiw (.ke hoi I iav, oico. a. iKM.i.rxra, President. m'r dian of Santa Clara. I For iale by u".