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ALC'JQUERC'JH MOVING JCUHNAL, THIT.SDAY, DECEMBER 31f-1911.
mm FORCE AMEDICAIIS MIE DAOLY BEATEfJ ADVISED TO STAY III ENGAGEMENT 0UT0FMEX1C0 s Rumored That Villa Has Cap tured Saltillo After an All day Battle at Rames Arispe North of City, Laredo, Tex., Dec. SO. Ocneral Onrela and Valdcx, Vlllu romnuind era, defeuted C'arrunzu troop In tin ull-iluy buttle at Hnmo Aiispe, north f Kaltlllo, on December 2N, and It Ih rumored Villa ha token Saltllln. Thin new wa brought by refugee reaching here tonight from Monte, rev. . The nifmher of troop engaged it not known here, hut Information wu that four earn bearing Wounded had reached Monterey. Carranza gurrlson at several town between here und Monterey are uld to have been sent there to take the place of the Carranza gurrl on, said to havc been rushed for wnrd to meet the Villa troop. Among prominent 'refugee rcseh lug here from Monterey tonight with tale of hardship and suffering "an the widow of the late Geronlmo Tre vino, famous general under Dial. CAKItAXZA ( UIMS TO UFA It OF VKTOItllH Washington, Dev. JO. Dispatches to the Ntate department today told of the holding up of a passenger train yesterday thirty in I lea northwest of Vera Cruz by bandit, who shot two Carranza officer and eighteen men. The. train wan burned. Consul Kdwards, at Juurex, Inform ed the department that Juan Jose Muxqul., recently executed In Mex ico near the bolder, was not an American citizen, as first reported. From Tamplco came a report that the railruud between that port and Monterey had been cut at a point near Victoria. EMail Arredondo, Carranza agent here, tonight made public u message from lleneral Carrnn.a aunouncliiK that General Arieta had taken To ' pehuunes and advanced an far as Santiago Papanquiu'ro, state of Du rango; that the forces of General Iturbe. had retaken I.apaz, Lower California, and that General Diegucz reported he soon would reoccopy Guadalajara. General Carranza also gave notice that any convention chiefs desiring to Join him would he accepted only upon "conditional submission" to his authority. MOllK Si (TKKSKS AUK KLl'OltTKD TO CAUUAXZA Vera Cruz, Dec. 30. Continued progress by the forces of General Carranza In their ndvunte on Puebla ia indicated tonight in reports re ceived here. According to thtee ad vices Amuzoc and other point near Puebla have been taken after a brisk action und fighting in the immediate environ of Puebla ha begun. GIGANTIC CANAL ROUTE UNDER DISCUSSION 1Y MOSNIN JOURNAL IMCIl LIA1IO WISI) Houston, Tex., Dec. 30. Prospects for a continuou inland water route from all points on the Mississippi, Ohio and Missouri river to southeast ern Texan and consequently a continu oua inland waterway connecting Houston to the great lakes en tered into the discussion of the special executive, meeting ofthe Interstate Inland Waterway league of Texas and Louisiana today. The meeting; Went on record as fa voring a cunal of nine-foot depth and ninety-foot minimum bottom width connecting Galveston bay and Sabine Pass, and a similur canal connecting Morgan City with l'fw Orleans. The resolution coil upon tho sen ators from Louisiana und Texas to do wand that an amendment bo made to tho livers and harbors bill so ns to provide for the proposed canal ex tension. NO KNOWN CAUSE FOR SUICIDE DISCLOSED la MOKNINO JOUANAL MCIAt LAtO WISH Wheeler. S. D., Dec. 30. 'Hie trial or Kohert Hrooks for the murder of W. II. Menzle and Mis Ulunche Sig nal, at tieddes lust April, began today with the statement or the prosecution. A jury was secured late last night- Dr. F. K. Fylo, of Geddcs, who ex amined the bodies shortly uftcr their removal from the burned office was the first witness called. Dr Fyle'a evidence wus Intended principally to show that llltre been no.relations between Menzle and Miss Signal which might have ac'od us a motive for a suicidal pact PRESIDENT PLANS- SPEECH JACKSON DAY " ( MOMIN JOUKMAI- MeiAL LB "! Washington. Dee.. 30. President Wilson today practically decided to go to Indianapolis to speak at a Jack aun duv celebration to be held th r -on January 8. He promised w form Senator Kern tomorrow definite ly whether he would make the trip. Invitations are being received at the White House for the president to speak in different cities on his return trip from the Sun Francisco ex:.il tion next spring, and It was Indicated today that this trip will be a Ion? one in case -no necessity is found for an extra session of congress. ship Cut ton to tJenuan.v. Galveston. Tex.. Dec. J0.-The Morgan liner Klmur cleared and e -parted from Galveston today approximately 7,000 bales of cotton She I. cleared for New York, where ahevwill re-coat and provision and team.for Bremen, Germany. Those Who Disregard Warning of State Department Do So at Own Risk and Cannot Hope for Future Aid, i tar aaiM jovbnai, (ricua nun tmi Washington, Dee. 30. A warning that Americans W ho go Into Mexico do so at their own risk, wan Issued today by the state department. It followed receipt of consular dls pHtche from Tumplco saying that Americans returning from the oil fields of TcXa anil Oklahoma were Cndlng difficulty In getting work, and that there Were more destitute cltl cn of the Dnlted States at the Mex ican port today than at nny time since the revolutionary trouble be gan. "In view of the political conditions prevailing In' Mexico," said the de partment's Htatenient, "Americans who go to Mexico do so at their own risk, and the department does not advise Americana to return to Mex ico, even when they have secured em ployment there. "It would appear that many Americans are under the Impression that because this government gave them llnanclal aid In leaving Mexico on account of the conditions prevail ing there, It would do so again should they return to that country. The de partment cannot ton strongly em phasize the fact that no provision has been made for continuing to transport Americana from Mexico at the expense of the United State gov ernment.'' f Eminent Educators Decjde Na tions of Occident Are U.i- i fitted to. Make and Admin i ' ister Their Laws, V MOANINfl JOURNA, SPICIAL l.tABfO WlffC) Chicago, Dec. 30. The United States and nations of the Occident are unfitted for representative form of government, according to a atatement by Dr. Charles Austin lieurd of Co lumbia university 'oday, during a discussion at the American Political Science association. Dr. Heard inter rupted Dr. Frank J. Goodnow of Johns Hopkins, formerly political ud vlser to the government of China, who had declared that owing to the Chin ese conception of Individual rights and to economic condition In China the Chinese were not ready for a re public. Orient Vhc1 as Example. Prof. Sndhlndra Hose, a Hindu pro fessor In the University of Iowa, made the discussion the occasion of aaylng that the orient would do belter If Americans and Europeans would leave it alone. "There are certain Hindu villages where the theory of representative government Is worked out more sat isfactorily than anywhere else In the world." he said, "The orient is not backward nor behind the times. The Chinese will work out a satisfactory system of representative government if they ale not hampered by meddle some westerner." In explaining himself, Dr. Heard said: "The preponderance of dissatisfac tion with conditions in America to duv, the existence of steadily grow lug radicul doctrines, the great un rest itself are evidences that our form ,.r .-ernnicnt has railed. 1 Aa Dr. Goodnow Sit Is. "Dr. Goodnow said that represen tative government would full In China because the Chinese lack ri sense of fiduciary relations. I ask you If that virtue , exists in America tod. ? My patrimony a modest one now rests in the pockets of a, man who glories to trace himself back to the Pilgrim father. My savings from a lifetime f work I Invested in the New Ha ven at 160. I think that explains it self. " ....... -The meaning or this lie in fact that with the growth of monopo lies and corporations and amassing great fortunes, the condition which cave birth to our republic have dis. appeared. Thomaa Jefferson himself believed that representative govern ment wa suitable for agricultural, not industrial nations." . FORMER CONGRESSMAN DIES JF APOPLEXY Hr MOASIM JOURNAL . LlUID WIHI Berkeley, Calif.. Dec. 30.-Du.iean I,- McKinley. former representative in congress from California, Was ' tricken wilh apoplexy at hi home here today and died, shortly after ward He wa. seated' In his library Teadisg to his wife when the seizure Mr. McKinley (was 56 year old and was born in Canada. After the "ompWion in 1908 of his second erm 1" -oiwr. Mr. McKinley de voted much of his time to lecturing. He is survived by a widow, three son and a daughter. New Station at Mrndiw. 1 Santa' Fe. Dec. 30.The state cor poratlon commission reHved. from the Southern Pacific r'lroad that they would put in a atation at Mvndua. X. M.. requested by the commission aome time ago. ICO!! ElllEfJI OF i IILE SI IS i A SAD FAILURE KM m HJTEIITII OF II Dr, Eliot Declares America Is Far Behind Other Countries in Agricultural Training in Schools, ff WONNIM JOUftNAl 0MCIAI LtAMO WISH Philadelphia, Dro. So. Agriculture, It ever Increasing Importance and Its b,tn In Mience. were recognized by the member of the American Asso ciation for the Advancement of Cel. ence today w hen a separate session .'or the first time In the alxty-slx $ear of the association' history began lit Work of considering topic related to that science. Dr. Charles W. Kliot. president cmerltu of Harvard, the president of the association. In Introducing; Trof. L, II. Bailey of Cornell, a vice presi dent for the newly created section, declared that America ha fallen far behind the other count lie in meth od and tesults. Many reform Hre needed in the teaching f agriculture and more time slpiuld be devotitl to tho teaching of natural aiience In the schools,' he said. "our race cannot endure urban life. The factory aystem and the country life development I one of the greatest of present-day humanitarian movements. Dr. Dallty said ill part: "Agriculture Is lour bottom Indus try. A we organize It affair, so to a greMt degree shall we st'ure the re sults In society In general. "Koelety lies between two dangeii) the danger of monopoly und the danger of bureaucrirey. on the one side I tho control of the necessities of life by commercial organization. On the other side Is the control of the pececsltie of life and even of life It self, by Intrenched group that osten sibly represent the people and whom It may be Impossible to dislodge. Both are evil. Of the two monopoly I the lesser, it may be more easily brought under control, it la more pro gressive. It I less hateful. 1 1 am con vinced that there are people who will pride themselves on escape from mo nopoly who"are nevertheless Buffer ing' from the most deadening ftnd damuging bureaucracy." NEW TRIALS GRANTED THREE CONVICTED MEN IIV HOUMIN JOUANAL CIAl UU WIMI Houghton, Mich., Dec. 30. Three strikebreakers and a deputy sheriff now serving . 15-year sentence for the killing of Steve Putrlch, a atriker, In August-. 1913, were tonight grant ed new trial by Judge 11. C. Flannl gan. The four. Kdwln Polkinghoriie, John Groff. Arthur Davis and Joshua Cooper were convicted last February and have served nearly a year ot ineir entence In thft penitentiary at Mar quette. Acting us officers, the four went to Reebervllle to arrest a striker who had worked in the Champion mine. The resident of the boarding house resisted Hnd Putrich and Aloia Tljan were ahot and killed. The man whom they sought escaped. The four were tried only for the killing of Putrich and were convicted of manslaughter. Polkinglhorjie was a deputy sheriff und the others were strikebreakers. HOPE EVICTION MAY NOT BECARRIED OUT lar moiinin jouknai. ,'teiu utile wii Wheeling. W. Va., Dec. 30. Hope ful thut wholesale evictions of min ers' families in Jefferson and Belmont count ti'M, Ohio, would not be carried otfj, local officials of the United Mine Workers of America are awaiting a movement by tho operator. C. J. Albaslfi, president of Ohio sub-dlatiicl No. 5. UuitC-d Mine. Workers, said he wa mukiiiK preparation to ctire for the miner and their fainllles'should they be evicted. A lurge number of tent ha been ordered and tent col onic will be established. The min ers' union ordered 35,000 pair of shoe and socialists of this and other nearby cities have arranged to take care of the children under 12 yeurs. No more notices to vacate have "been received, uccordlng to reports from the fields today. Y0UNGW0MAN ENDS LIFE WITH REVOLVER ! Moimiha joonMAi ipicial iamo wish Atlantic City, N. J., Dec. 30. Miss Marlon Howard of St. Louis, who wa reported to have recently fallen heir to a fortune, committed suicide In her apartment at a fashionable hotel here today, according to the police. Mis Howard, Who wa 21 years old, was here on a visit with her sis ter. Airs. H. F. Flad, also of Ht. Lout. The Bhootlng did not become public ly known until tonight when the au. thoNtie began an investigation and found that the young) woman had; died from the effect of a revolver bullet through the head. Mr. Flad declined to lie seen and no reaaon for the reported aultido could be ob tained. BULL M00SERS WAMT PLACE ON COMMISSION BV MOANIN9 JOllftMAL ftPICIAL LlASBP WlWrj Washington, Dec. 30. ProgreKslve members of congress asked President Wilson today to name a member of their party a one of the (Ive mem ber of the new trade commission. The name of New York lawyer who ran for office on the progressive ticket at the lal election wa ug gested. Mr. Wilson listened attentive ly to the declaration, hut guve no in timation of what hi reply mltjbe, Tne iraue commiwsion, urj low. can Include not more tr , membera of the name party air SCIEII1I C MEN i GEDiACTB CAUSES PROTEST FROM BELGIUM Vast Amounts of Private Prop erty Seized and Taken Away From Country by Conquer ors in Charge, i Washington, Dec, 30. The Itelglan minister today filed with the Hate department a protest against the re quisitioning by German military au thorities In ttelglum of merchandise worth 725.000,000 franc. He as serted that the policy of the Ger man ti eant "the ruin of Industry H liclglum." The protest set forth that the gun-! were rot taken for the use of the German army, and that consenuently the selinre wa In violation of the fourth Hague convention. The mer chandise Included cotton, rubber, tool machines, canned goods and metal. The Ihigiun legation Issued the fol lowlnu stateirtenl In connection with the protest: Statement by Minister , "According to the Instructloui of hi government, the llelglan minlitter went today to the state department and flbd a protest ngahfut the follow ing act committeed by the German authoritle in Tlelglum: " 'The German authoritle have r gulsltlonej the following merchan dise, to be forwarded ly Germany ami which belonged lo private parties: "'In Antwerp Cotton, for the value of 13,000 franc; rubber, ?, 500,000; woolen, t.000; leather, 10. 000. "'In Ghent Cotton, net, flax and other raw material. 8,400,000. " 'In Charleroi Copper, 1,500,000' tool machines, 1. ',000.009. "'In Duffelko Nickel, l,u0,000. " "In Mullnea Canned good, 2, 500,000. Violate Hague Convention. " 'These meMsuie are in opposition to the art'elea 46 and 6 3, of the fourth convent Ion of The Hague, in accordance with which private prop erty must be rrspected ami requisi tion cannot be claimed otlierw'.o than for the need of the army of oc cupation. These measures involve tly ruin of Industry In Ilelglum.' "The llelglan minister wishee to re cull attention to the fflit that It h.i been wi'ul 'that the Itclgian laboring; peopl'j had refused to go back' to work. One can easily notice the value of such un act of accusation. How cnulil the laboring class work, If all possibilities are taken away from them? No excuj-e cm be piven for thl spoliation of private propertle which is exprertdy forbidden by the aliiive iiienHontMUarticle of the fourth convention of The Hague." SAYS KILLING V MONNIN JOURNAL aICIAL LKAaifi WIRI liult'ulo, N. Y., Dee. 30. A coron er's Jury ut Kort Krie, tint., empan eled to investigate the dealh of Wal ter Hmlth, the HulTalo man, shot by Canadian soldiers on Monday, re turned It verdict thl afternoon af ter healing the testiiimnyif the sol diers, Thomas Deluney, a provincial police officer, and several eye-wlt-nesse. The verdict was: "We find Hint the deceased, Wal ter Kmith, met bis death on' iMiiliilay forenoon, December 3S, while evad ing arrest for unlawfully shooting duck out tit season In Canadian wa ters, by a volley delivered accidental ly from tho rifles of tay-ee militiamen who were yiUi-d upon by Provincial officer Thomaa Deluney to assist him." Officer Deluney, who occupied the stand for more than un hour, took the responsibility for the whole affair-. on hi own shoulder. He culled upon the soldiers to help make the arrest, he SHid, under the law thut permit un officer of the law to call upon any tithseii for help In an emer gency, and ordered the filing. ARKANSAS GOES DRY PENDING ARRANGEMENTS lay moknim joohi. aseciAL Lit,,! WIM kittle Hock, Ark., Dec. 30. Inher ing In of the Xew 'Yeuf tomorrow, midnight will witness the closing, temporarily, at least, of every saloon In Arkunsas. It will mark the second annual stale-wide cloalng under the provision of the Going law, which went Into effect more than a year ago. The law provide that a county Judge may not Issue saloon license fof any municipality until there Is presented to hint a petition bearing the signature of a majority of the while adult residents. In Dittle Hock, Aigenta. Hot Spring. Fort Hmlth, .'Helena and aev. eral smaller title, nalouhinta have circulated petition and hope to re open within a week or two. Suffrage Vote Juniiaiy 3. Washington, Dec. 80. Woman auf fianist who called on itepresentatlve Henry, chairman of the house rules commltt 'e today, learned that the proposed suffrage constitutional amendment probably would be voted on in the house January !. Mr, Tien ry said he expected to Bee the amend ment defeated by more than a two thirds vote. The Connecticut ao elation opposed to woman suffrage - nt in a protest against the ! it. ... sdONtTS JURY WAS ACCIDENTAL! Ulials to in : ; GmDUTTO ITREnSURER MUST TIEBLECHITyillOfl UK UF FORT BAYARD Consolidation of Sanatoriums; Attorney. General Makes. Im for Army and Navy Near; portant Ruling in Reply to Silver City Decided Upon by' Letter Received From Dona Two Departments, ' Ana County Man, tCIAL COIKraNONCS T MOIM iOUMNALI Silver City, X. ,M., Dec. 30 I'ort ltaynt'd, the em, -naive t'nlted Ntate military sanntotiuiii nine miles east of thl city, I to have It capacity trebled ,t a result of the declaim! of the war ami navy department to consolidate the several government sanatorium for tubercular army and navy men into a single Institution. fort liuyard ha been decided upon ii, ,i,.. i..i..i ,.i...... r, .. ..II.,.. standpoint for such a sanaiorlimi and I ',,'" -Heasuref. for labor parol I j the mllll.m dollar plant there will ,e ' lu,,l,,'rllv H'-refor having been prop greatly enlarged to accommodate UwA l,n " ""' f""1 I additional patleut. who will be trans- ferred to the Itavard hospital a ooni u tiuartera can l e provided for them. I ... , . . i .r,i ,r t .,,.. ..Yo, )(i()t Wt U(, Thl decision of the government j wn,( M r,( difiicultle I mean the abandonment of the naval u,m t,e road board for a varlelv of j aanat.irlum ut Fort I.yon. Colo., and (reason wh.'ch appear to mc 'i le the naval and marine hospital at Korf entirely antlsfuctorv. If the co nitv ! Stanton, X. M. Kach of these Insii tiitlon I now- caring fur about 300 patients. The recognition of Kurt Itayard is regarded a a triumph for the Silver City climate, since the govei nineiit ha carried on extensive Investigation I and experiment at all three of the uttintorluni n..med, deciding finally in favor of Fort Kayurd because of the cure effected at the latter ho-! pllal. j With the cnlmgi nieiit of the I-'orl ! I hi yard sanatorium, It I announced that the nine-mile stretch of road be tween here and the fort will be re built, a macadam pike, drained und graded with concrete culvert across the arrovoa, will be constructed. LAS VEGAS LANDMARK DESTROYED BY FLAMES rapaciAi, coiiRaio4r.Nei to woanin joumalI Kast l.a Vega, N. M., Dec. 30. Yesterdav witnessed tho passing of One "f l-ii Vega' linidniaik when the I.eKoy houw wa destroyed by an early morning fire. Shortly after midnight flame were seen lit the front pui't of the building and the alarm wa turned in, both depart ment answering but the K. Komero Hose und Fire company returned to the engine house when It wuh seen that the Kast IjI Vega department could control the blu.e. The l islng i , ' - -i -o,m i. iimmi) isto of a strong wind complicated matter .' ' rt, t''r1,,"l'" " " and the firemen were forced to play water on tho building until utter 5 o'clock. The Interior of the struc ture wu1i tiled and the front part of the building was burned through, leaving a mere shell. Tlie hotel wa built In J8H1 by J. W. Foster and ha been in conlliniul use Mince, passing through everal' hand. The building; wa condemned a short time ago n being unsafe for hotel ue and all of t?,e furniture hnd been removed. The I.eltoy wa purchased recently and the new owner wna put ting- It In shape for occupation again and left some fumigating candle j burning when she left Tuesday night. It i thought that the flaiin were started from these but oilier fact point toward an Incendiary origin. Mrs. Judge, the present owner, slate that a far as she know there 1 no Insurance jim the building. I 're( ( Holiday ;ed,lliig. Sliver City, X. M., Dec, 30. One of the. prettiest weddings of the holiday M'tiHon In this city wit that which united in marriage Xelsott W. Daw son, u prominent young buslnes mull of thl "Uy, undfMIsM Nudlne 1'cnne-1 will, the accomplished daughter of; J. W. Pi-nncwill. Though planned j for Xew year', the couple surprised I their friend by marrying a week in I advance. The ceremony wo per formed by the Itev. 7.. T. Vincent, rec tor of the Church of the Hood Kbep herd. WHEAT PRICES BREAK ALL RECORDS AT PORTLAND V MOftNIN JCUMNAk. BACCIAL klAaa MriNI) Portland, Ore., Dec. 30. Wheat price continued on their" record breaking upward trend on the Port land exchange today. Five thousand biiohel of February blue eteni sold at 11.113 a bushel, an advance of one cent over previous eulea. Five thou sand bushel of March club changed hand at 1 1 ..'i 2 U' According to the record o deal er, extending? back twenty-five years, the present market price are the highest ever recorded, not only for Portland, but for thu entire north went, Anna (ould'M Cawt Postponed. Itonte, Dr-. 31 a:a a. m.) The Jlotu tribunal met here ytwterday to decide the suit of Count Honl Ue Ca-ti-1 In no for annulment .of his marriage to Anna (lould who I now the Duch eea of Talleyrand. It wa expected that the final deolalon of the tribunal would be rendered, but thl Wa again postponed pending" further inquiry into the case. NOTIC E OK KTO KHOI.DKHS' MtflCTINO. Notice I hereby given that the reg ular annual meeting of the stork hold er of the Home Bond and Loan com pany will be held in the office of the company at No. 104 North Third atreet 1 Albuquerque, New Mexico, on Thursday, the Slat day of Decem ber, A. D 1914. at Hie hour of 8:80 p. m. W. C, OE8TRBICH, Prealdent, to Ltaieo QF COUNTY QOAilD (ACriAL. rAfCN fO MOItNlN JOI'ANAi.1 I Ssnti -'e, Dec. 30. III a letter d-dleSHi-l to l-'ianc" K. Lester, of Me nl I lit I'alk, Attorney Cenelal Clancy lotlay imnle a most Iml'trtiml rn'ii.i Mr. Claiic letter I an, follow: j 'I have Just received your letter: of v-'.,-rdiiy stntlng that tl e treis u.-ri of Dona Ana county r, f uses to u: warrant drawn by t'i- Dona Ana county rou(l board, properly signed ! anu anesieo. mane lumn'ie to ui e"t "'. treasurer nu..ng n .,- f""" ,H" h """-'nt- on il.o Kr'"''l th.-re should be 4 separate warrant draw n fur each laborer. load hoard ha authority, and 1 have! no doubt tlmt It has, t.j draw war- I rant on the treasurer for nny ex pense, I Hill unable to see how lv ca t properly refuse to pay such warrants, I because in hi Judgment, the f),d board in not conducting It liuslnesi in i what he believe In be the proper wav. ! "Any warrant druvvn'by the t.iiiutyi road board and paid by him, v ou'd ' be fill) protection lo him againi'. any! possible (ill I in by lf tnunty Itlld t against any criticism which nuiv be j directed against lilm. He ' n.it (iiarged with imv duty of supervising' the buslnes method of the county' roud board any more than be, I of i the business niethoil ,if the bnurd of 1 counly commissioner. He may In-art-lly disapprove of the method ul-ipfri and .Vet be lifiutul by the action of t tie bourd. If he ahoulil Jmtroperly re fuse to pay a warrant, he can be comp'iled to do so hy rim ndamiii from the district court, but In that ca , he would be personally liable for any cot nt,,i expenses incurred bv rea son of hi refusal, " CONWAY ENDEAVORING TO INTEREST CHILDREN IN COMPOSITION WORK' l0lAk c,M,rog,c, f monim jOuaNAU Bantu Ke, Dec, 30, County t-Yhon! Ml I I li. I-1 i it. . 1.1... r . t n ,.t.- rtiimn tiiniiHin I II 1 lit county to ro-operute with him to get (he boy and girl Interested in com. pohltlon work. Mr. Conway Intends lo offer n prise, of a set of books, to the buy or girl who- writes the best composition, using (he ulj,.(-t, "My School Past, Present and Future," The teacher of each district to select the best composlilon written by the pupils of their room und bring it to gether with the' model school house to the nntiual rural school exhibit, which Kill be held ia Hum a Fe about the iiilttille of Si ptembcr, Mr. Conway also intends to give a set of book to the pupil making the best model of a chool building, Mr. .Conway I also Inaugurating- a weekly "yitesllotialre" In the form of 1 a postal card which will be mulled ! to each teacher In the rural district : every week. The "tjueslioiiuire" will ! contain questions for Ihe teacher to! answer treating along their line :if work and occasionally h,ive Informu- i 1 1 on from our neighboring states , as to what they ure doing in school j work. llolglitcr Has Move , Sliver City, N. M Dec. 80. White at tempting to ford the (lila river ut the Cliff yesterduy, Pedro Curalinlal, a frclghti-r, came pear losing hi life in the torrential at ream. A It wa, one horse of a four-horse team was drowned und a large oil tank wagon swept away In the swollen stream, t'lirahalnl was auvi-d by clinging to one of lh lioise which swam to safe ty, after having been cut loose from the heavy wagon, Aged Mall Die Suddenly. Tyrone, X. .VI., Dec. so, A. D. lluys, agid 85 yeui, .operating a bluckmullh shop here, wa found dead In bed at hi home at the cump, Dealh wa due to heart failure. The de ceased wus enjoying unusually good heiilth Ht the time of hi death. The body wu taken to Silver City for burial. A widow and two duughlera survive. flallroad Tax fuse Appealed. Santa Fe, Dee. 30. District Attor ney Alexander Head today filed an appeal In the supreme court In the case of the Atchison, Tupeka & Suntu re llallroad Co, vs. t elso Lope as treasurer and collector of taxe of Santa Fe county. This I a. man in which the rullroud refused to pay the taxe coveting the levy made for the construction of bridges, etc., for llt. Hull lilcti for H17.K.V Snnta Fe, Deo. 30. ICx-dovernor I Hradfnrfl I'rlnce today filed a milt In the district court against P. Busier of Itio Arriba county, cuv'-rilig sale of 'fruit amounting to I1T.S5, and usk for judgment for thl amount. hm U I U i L) L. Vi Ccment-Plactcr Albuquerque Lumber Company 423 North First Street Kx I to cc;::i::?t;::i berui the audden rhn from warm mlnea. to fold wind lower vitality and tho blood ia weakened from lack of freah air. Scoff' Emultion lata mlnnr'i greateat help to enrich and enliven the blood, create body-warmth and build streniith to resist pneumonia, rheumatitra and lung trouble. 7e SCOTrS ae mk for mn month mn4 far C. Aerate Alcoholic Subttitut. J if 4 V HAWKINS' Willi a coiiipleto sftH'k fvr which to iniike )our select you will linvc no trouble In ranging for your Xrw V' dliuui'. IVuli kinds, tVlri-y. JiiIij. Hint vegetable j cic lull) cli-p iiikI llalavbt pitted giapCN, I toi a I Anne cherries. Crab meat. lob-ltr, slniuip and Haliuoii for salad. More of Hume fancy lioino iIpihmmI Itirkc) to arrive till iiiiirnliig. I'liice your order today. To niiiriow, Xrw Vcar's, we chieie all day. Wo wl-li all a happy ami ins.pc rims New Vinr. 109-lii NORTH aXI 8TKEET I'lione 41 and 521 f Hudson for Signs Wall Paper HUDSON for Picture Frames I'oiiiih ht, ami Copper Aviv. -eeeeeeeeeeeeer oooooooooooooooooooooooooo O Dim, a a 4 Buy Your . 0 o i Lumber, Glass, Pdints and Cement At the SUPERIOR LUMBER & MILL CO DRUMMER ALLEYS rou j:xt:ut isu Try a came of ten pin. i!03 West tiobl. DUKE CITY Cleaners-Hatters 220 West Gold. Phone 4 It. BALDRIDGE LUMBER COMPANY PAROID ROOFING with 15 year guarantee. The WM. FARK COMPANY Wbnletala and Retail Dealera In FULSII AND SAIA1 MEAT! Sausage a Spexialty Wot Cattle and Hog the Bin eat Uarkat Prlcea Are Paid. 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