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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1915.
Five lull! ) SERUM DIAGNOSIS ARTESIA HANDS IUE DEMON HUM ft HH WALLOP UWEN DISSENTS FROMRULEMADE BY COMMISSION A Lyi& .R w FOR GREAT WHITE mwm fmstm PLAGUE IS FOUND Italian Physician Makes Im- tportant Announcement to Association for Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis. ,.Y -O.N.N. JOU.N4L arkCIAI. LIAaiO !) Seattle, Wash., Juno 15. Dr. Kn rlco Castelll, special delegate from the Faulty of Medicine of Hernia, Italy, to trie medical profession 0f the united (States, unnounced Ht to days uniting or this pathological section ol tlie National Association for the Study and Prevention of Tu berculosis, a method of scrum Uhig nosis oi tuoercuiosis. perfected by nuiiseii and nis colleagues at tho Uni versity of Genoa, lie stated ihnt hv tills test he Him able to determine the amount 01 tuberculosis infection ihe degree of Immunity against tho dis ease, now mucn tuoercuiosis matter must be introduced Into the bodv to obtain complete Immunity, and how long mm immunity will last. He predicted that In lent than fifty years nine immunity riotn tubercu losis would be an thoroughly accom plished as in the cane of smallpox. Jle Raid: - "We have applied successfully the method of vaccination against tuber culosis, conceived for the first time by Maragliano in 1903. We are able now to apply this vaccination on a large scale among human beings und animals and we have shown that we .. can even vaccinate pregnant women and animals and obtain products of , .conception showing features of com " plete Immunization. We also huve vaccinated babies during the first six , niontns or life, when the body shows , n natural immunity against tubercu- losis infection, and wo have obtained ( an Immunity which in some cases ' has proved to be still active four years after 'tho first inoculation of vaccine. Jlilk Especially Trrotml. "More Important mill, acting on the knowledge that much of the tu berculosis Infection in infancy is con tracted through milk, which forms the principal element of infant diet, we concluded that if we adopted for the feeding of bublcs milk obtained either from Immunized animals or vaccinated mothers, we would elim inate the principal source of infec tion of this disease. The first six months of life Is the best period for storing the new organism with all tne mutcrial defense necessary to re act against a future possible infee lion. In our opinion, the buby that is maue immune through the vacci nation of the mother and self-vacci nation, and kept In a condition of active reactivity against a possible In fection by the feeding of immunised milk, is a victim stolen from tubercu losis. We havesurceeded In training' group of farmers in the province of Genoa in the technique of immun ization of animals and have demon strated to them that the milk thus obtained does not change, neither in aie nor In its nourishing qualities. "We feel that wo are in position now to master In a logical and sys tematic way the problem of prophyl axis of tuberculosis and that we have acquired a better understanding of its treatment. The faculty of Oenoa is convinced that by applying to the prevention of tuberculosis all the means at our disposal, in less than fifty years from now w would ac complish in tuberculosis what Jen ner has accomplished 'in smallpox. As pail of a campaign which we had Manned in Italy before the war. us ing the boards of health as agencies, we recommended the following pro gram: "1. An extensive and regular use of scrum diagnosis in hospitals, dis lienFaries, and private practice to se cure earlier recognition of tubercu losis. "S. Compulsory vaccination of all babies under six months of ago. The vaccination has been proxen abso lutely harmless. "3. . -Advluljig vaccination of wom en who ore about to have children. "4. t Kutablishmeiit of - farms and dairies supplying immunized milk for exclusive use. of children or adults showing evidences of tuberculosis. "3. Vaccination of pregnant cows, to secure immunized products of con ception. ''6. The administration of tuber culosis patients of the whole blood of Immunized animals. Including serum and corpuscles. We have shown that hot only is the serum of immunized animals impregnated with unti hodies but also the other elements of 'he blood as well. We have been able to perfect a technique of mod ification which makes the blood less disagreeable and more appetizing than in its natural form." By Vote of 177 to 34 Pecos Valley Town Decides That It Wants to Stay Just as Dry as Possible. tartc.Ai dispatch to mokninq jounnao Artesia, X. M.; June 15. The local option prohibition election licl.l here today resulted in an overwhelming victory for the dry, 177 voles being cast in favor of piohlbitlon to 114 against. I'nlike most local notion elections there was no bitterness manifest and the result hud long been u foregone conclusion, opponents of prohibition made no organized effort to curry the election, while on the other hand the drys (ouducted a hustling campaign In order to pile up a big vote for the moral effect it would have In other places. A feature of the election was the swearing in of seventeen votes which were not counted in the totals, the votes being ast In the fuce of a rul ing by the attorney general to the effect that no ore not registered could vote In the election. Councilman U. W. nunsan, a strong prohibitionist, who has lived In and around Artesia for thirty years, was deprived of his vote because he had not registered. EDITORS 10 BE LI GIVEN IUE Bf SUM FEUS Hridge Contract I.ct. Santa Fe, June 15. The contract for the steel riveted bridge with con crete abutments over Sugar He creek, southeast of Raton, 100-foot span, was awarded to the Levy Construction company of Denver at $0,160, with -0 a cubic' yard above water and IZ'l a cubic yard beneath water and lbe floor, other bidders were: The El Paso Bridge and Iron company, M3f); the Midland liridge company, 8,!)00; Monarch Engineering com pany. 17,91)5; Pueblo liridge company, J8.260. DON'T WASH YOUR HAIR WITH SOAP When you wash your hair, don't use soap. Most soaps and prepared shampoos contain too much alkali, which Is very injurious, as it dries the scalp and makes tho hair brit tle. The best thing to use is Just Plain mulslfied cocoanut oil, for this is pure and entirely greaseless. Its very cheap, and beats soaps or anything else all to pieces. You cn get this at any drug store, and a few ounces will last the whole family for months. Simply moisten the hair with water and rub It in, about a tea Poonful is all that is required. It makes an abundance of rich, creamy lather, cleanses thorough ly, and rinses out easily. The hair dries quickly and evenly, and oft. fresh looking, bright, fluf fy, wavy and easy to handle. Ce 'ues, it loosens and takes out ev fy particle of dust, dirt and dandruff. ISFICIAI. DISPATCH TO MORNINO JOUMftALl Santa Fe, June 15. The chamber of commerce, at a meeting held this eve ning, completed arrangements to give the members of the National Editorial association a rousing welcome on Sat urday, June 26, when they pass through Santa Ke on the way to the California expositions. The Indians from the pueblo of Kan lldelonso are to be brought to Santa Fe, and will give the "eagle dance" In front or the Old Palace for the visitors. As the two special trains on which the delegates will travel are scheduled for only an hour and a quarter in Santa Ke, an effort will be made to keep the visitors two hours longer, so that they will land In Al buquerque at !) o'clock at night in stead of 7:15. The Merchants' association also met this evening, and completed arrange ments for the convention of retail dealers of the state to be held here next month. From 400 to 600 visitors are expected at that time. Arrange ments were also made to entertain the funeral directors, who will meet in convention here next week. Tlit Coin Dnjhm. It was definitely decided that the ?ood roads meeting at Albuquerque will be called for August 2, 3 and 4. On the last mimed day an automobile run will be made to Santo lomingo to wiiuess the corn dance. The same day an excursion will be run from Santa Fe by the summer school, so that Santo Pouiingo is sure to have the largest crowd in its history on that di.y. It was reported to tile chamber of commerce thut K. Burton Holmes, the traveler, lecturer, artist and author, today took 10X pictures ol Santa Fe stencs, in addition to several thousand feet of motion pictures, lie was shown the sights of Santa Fo by Sec retary George 11. Van Stone of the chamber of commerce, and lelt this evening for the cliff dwellings, where he will be the guest of Ashley Pond all day tomorrow, leaving on Wednes day for Taos. Order Providing Rate of $1.90 Per Ton From Colfax Coun ty Creates Quite a Sensation, 'ICUL OIBPATCH TO MORN. MO JOURNAL Si.ntii Fe, June 15. The stale cor poration lommiKsioii today addressed an order to Hie F.I I'umi & Southwest ern system, providing a rale of $1.1.0 per ton tor coal in carload lots from Dawson, Colfax county, to Santa Fe, in connection with the New Mexico Central via Torrance, to meet the competition of the Santa Fe system, not tu apply to Intermediate points. Quite u wcnsiitioii has been caused by this order, and a dissenting opinion by Commissioner i. I., owen was ren dered, in which he s.iys: "1. I eiinnol lend my sanction to the non-lutermedlate application fea ture of the order, owing to the fuel that there Is no unusual condition at Simla Fe which would warrant a less er rate via the route mentioned. -. Unit the princ ipal of the bum I and short haul provision of our state constitution is violated by such an or der. If the carriers In question are able to haul coal a distance of 400 miles tor $1.90 a ton, 1 cannot sc.. why they should not carry ut an equivalent or less rate for Intermediate distances. "S. Furthermore, the question of the application of a long and short haul provision of our Interstate law Is one that has been before our national commission for some years, and this commission in effect, and myself per sonally, have subscribed to a contest of an npplli ation of lesser rates to the farther distant points than to the intermediate points, and in our own New Mexico rate case, which Is now pending before the interstate com merce commission, we have strongly protested against such an application to the city of El Paso when the si. me rates are not extended to the points located in the state of New Mexico on Interstate commerce." ALAM0G0RD0 SUFFERS SERIES OF BURGLARIES Make Arrangements Now for Your Summer Outing NEARLY ALL RESIDENTS OF THIS SECTION ANTICIPATE VISITING THE VARIOUS CALIFORNIA PLACES OF INTER EST THIS SUMMER. READ THE FOLLOWING ANNOUNCEMENTS OF CALIFORNIA'S LEADING HOTELS, APART MENT HOUSES, HEALTH, BEACH AND MOUNTAIN RESORTS AND MAKE EARLY RESERVATIONS. FREE INFORMATION BUREAU AT OFFICE OF THIS PUBLICATION 3 a fctt'Vpa"w"'H V" Ilk Iff,. "(m M II OKM ' IMKAf. II KAI-TII AM) HKCItK TIO HFKOUT. V1lt hi (tcHiflMfnl mniintiilfi rrrt Hurt rniny IU Ihmiiv hrtilllifnl ntiit IttvfgmMtlttpt ilrllKhtv AM luile g.tHH) feet, hiilrmllil trout lUtilng, tcn iiIm, tiHHifttti.il rlimMwc. Open nlr tliinir. Only IH-Mnilhim Arm-imt miliinil Klfttm etivr In nirhl. Mini h.itltw, MHlrrn AmpriciiM tlun lm trt. ItiiU own tultlp tirmlnrtH. On fmir trmi)ntriil Win llnm, thrrn hoiim fmrn ltn Aii);ilitii, Stttiitniir rul, rit for biniUlft. AitilrrM I GOVERNQRNAMES R. H. CARTER US ill l.r.CIAL OISSA fCH Tfl MORN.N9 iOUNNAU Santa Fe. June 15. (jovernor Me Timiultl this nJternoon appointed If. II. Carter of IUlon state bank exam iner under the banking act passed by the lust legislature. The appoint ment is to be effective at once. Carter has been in the real eslate business in Itaton for the last few years, lie waB a director of the Hil ton National bank, which liquidated vobintiuilv four years ago. He is a member of the board of education of Itaton, and was the democratic can didate for tho legislature from Colfax county In ISO!), b'jt was defeated by C. J. Roberts, now chief justice. Car ter is 4 5 years of age. Serious Auto Accident. Santa Fo, June 15. William iriH. Maudlin, a well-known resident of Mountain Park, was thrown over an embankment with his horses and buggy when he met an automobile at latum of the road. luaminn win 1 probably recover. O. U Tinklepaugh, jwho was driving the automobile, picked him up and brought him into town. CHANGE IN BUSINESS. The insurance, loan, brokerage, col lection and real estate business con ducted by M. 1j. Schutt, has this day been transferred to L. II. Chamberlin & Co., who will continue to conduct the business formerly carried on by Mr. Schutt. Mr. Schutt commends his patrons to the new firm, and assures his old customers that their business will be carefully looked after. Mr. Schutt will remain with the new firm for a time, after which he will leave for the coast on some important land deals connected with the new firm. The nv firm promises to look after the business of the former, and so licit new business in this line, tne offices will be continued at Suite 6-.. Whiting building. . Mr. Chamberlin will continue to represent the Mutual Benefit Life In surance company of New Jersey. ; ItPtC.AL COttftBISONDtNCI TO MOMN.Na JOUftNALI Aluniogordo, N. M., June 15. The series of burglaries that Alamogord is now experiencing Is something en t'rely new for tho quiet little place. There have been four of these bur glaries within ten nights, the last two being on Saturduy night. One of the places robbed Saturday r.lcht was the Kl Paso St Southwestern freight depot, when thirty-live gal lons of whiskey were transferred from a burrel through the floor Into ves sel provided for the purpose. The robbers entered below the platform out near the end of the platform and crawled nearly half n block to get under the freight wareroom and then bored a hole through the floor and into the barrel of whiskey. The lo cation of the barrel had been so carefully marked some time during the day that It was necessary to bore only one hole to tap the prize. An operator is on duty all night In the telegraph otflee adjoining the freight wareroom, but he did not hear the umshoe artists. The other place robbed Saturday right was the big warehouse of It. II. Pierce, throe blocks south of the de pot. So far as can be ascertained yet nothing was taken from this ware house except dry goods and notions. On Thursday night prior O. It. Oliver's dry goods store on Pennsyl vania avenue was broken into und touched up for $200 worth of cloth ing and shoes. On Vednesduy night of the previous week Groom's market on New York avenue was entered und about $4 in cash taken from the regis ter. The stock of goods was not mo lested. Itrlilgo Construction .nitborlAcd. Santa Fe, June I 5. State Kngineer French today authorized the con struction and ordered the material for a 1 20-foot pile bridge at Lugiinn. on the Old Trail highway from I,os bunas to Gallup, and also for an 80 foot pile bridge ten miles from Santa Fe on the road to Albuquerque. fMI It ''I '' ; l favr "MZJi v was? PASADENA SOUTHERN CALI FOPM IA 1A M d MOST BEAtrFtl leSAMGSLSJ HUHUHBAff MOTl Make this miwilflrrnt lioMrjr jour nm.ii.r hw.ibn.nrlr. Ilrlwrrn II. x Vi jj mouiw.iina sn.l urn. Only frw niliii.KNi ride fn.m hrert f I..M AiikfIi. ij. l.aaily nrrenillil sll plurrn of lnlcri-.il. Al -t.t.ili l v llrrrimf . I iimpi-un ly I plan. irn all ymr HIIS. 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S ,nnitorUun of Tlim I.ATKNT Wri'KAL AMI HCIKNTII 10 Ml TIIOOM 1 SH, nHl MiiMUfrf, Imltnllng httmlUh yFtiintllr, OMiMipulh,, riilrot"ii(tlr( I Jrctrlt'ltr In nil IU Itrmit hM, 4rlhnilr-Kur-(lrr, Hi (Irollitmittli.v ( KurltM1- I'rirwtiitT, Hcltrtlt, Ktihiif, MiMlirliiitl HtlhtJ, Inrludlitv llcriml, Mud, ( Inr h m Nmitirlni IIuIIih, Kmii hikI Air Ituih. ratlri.W rMim nr outiIU nnd wiimmv nnd tiro lrtn liptilril. tWO tAU Ht Vurnrr. AM, OTIMW fAHH Trnnnfrr. LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA HERCELENE APTS. 11117 H. Flowrr M. l Angrlra. Luxuriously fiirnHbeil; a lilgh standnril of mci-vIco; inoilern; amuse meiit nod billiard rooms; elevator; all Intern! ban car scrvlco at your veri ilisir. Two nnd three-room sillies. Kea-onablo rates by tho day, week or month. DARKEN GRAY H LOOK YOUMG By Applying Q-Hsn Xot I.v Harmlcsi t'lmiigi All Your Gray Hair to a Soft. Ueuu tlful Dark MukIc. Don't look old look young o If your hair Is wispy, thin, falling, gray, streaked with gray, faded, dry, prema turely gray, to restore to original dark color, simply shampoo hnlr and scalp a few times with Q-Han Hair Color Restorer. All your gray hair will then become beautifully darkened, lustrous, soft, fresh, wavy, with that dark lus trous gloss making entire head of hair evenly darkened, fascinating and at tractive. Also stops itching scalp, dandruff and falling hair. CJ-lian Is not a dye, but acts on the roots, mak ing huir healthy, so the gray hair na turally turns beautifully dark, ho ev enly that no one tan tell it has been used. Q-Iiun is not t'tlcky or messy, harmless and Is guaranteed to darken gray hair. Uig 7-oz. bottle only 50 cents. At liutt's, Inc., Albuquerque, X. M. Out-of-town folks supulled by mail. Si:AI.F.I) UIDS WANTKD. The board of education of th Ha chlta schools, district No. 10, Grant county. New Mexico, hereby an nounces to the public that they are ready to receive the sealed bids of the contractors who care to apply for the erection of the new ndditlon to the Hachlta public school. The plans and specifications are now in the hands of the secretary of the school board, and all contractors who care to Inves tigate the proposition should write to or call on the said official who will render such information as is desired. On June 25, 191&, the board of Pli cation will meet for the purpose of awarding the contract to the lowest responsible bidder. Tho board re serve the right of rejecting any or all bids according to their discretion. J. H. PARKER, Clerk of School Ko.r. CHARLES UFHAM, WINSLOW'S UNBROKEN RECORD OF VICTORIES LENGTHENED ONE GAME EaPictAL coaataroNDCNcB to wormino journal Winslow, Arix.,. June 14. In u game fea uied by some clever playing on the part of loth learns, the crack Santa I'V nine of Winslow defeated tile Allis in, liiainond illne, team ut Allison by the score of 8-5. The Alii- sou team has met defeat bill twice this j season in twelve games played, both i defeats being Winslow victories. An exhibit Ion of Kiitneness which won the applause of the spectators i was given by Smith. Wlnslow's bald- I hitting pitcher, in the eighth Inning, when after being rendered uni on- scions by a drive off the bat of the Allison si cimd-sacker, be insisted j upon returning to tile mound audi struck out the first man who faced him and fielded the uislst for the last put-ut. The Allison sluggers regis tered but six hits off Smith's duliv ei'y and eleven of them whiffed out. Hut one received transportation. The Winslow t'am has not been de feated this season and has emerged on the long end of tho score in fiv'o contests. The teams played and the resulting scores of previous games were us follows: Needles, Calif., S; Winslow. 7. Arizona State Normal. J: Wins low, ". Allison. Winslow, fi, Helen, 5: Winslow. H. Smith, ubly assisted by Klein. Wlns low's vet -ran catcher, has twirled ami won each of the games enumerated above. The Helen team will be given a re turn game ut Win-low next Sunday. The score by innings of Sunday's game follows: Score: It. II. K. Winslow 000 (121 1 1 1 tl 12 1! Allison (KM) HMD IMS 5 a i . - Cheap Rates to All Eastern Points During the summer months there will bo on Halo cheup rates to all Kastern Points. Tickets are on sale, daily from May 15th to Sep tember 30th, 1915, and are limited to return on October 31st, 191B, allowing liberal stopovers. Tho following is a list of the most Im portant points: Chicago, ill jnn.no Denver, Colo $2:1.7(1 l'ueblo, Colo tH.'Ja Colorado Spring., Col $::.l.7r. Montreal, yuo J'.lJ.lO Qilobcc, Quo $!I9.45 Washington, I). C 74.75 Kvansvllle, Ind $57.70 Doulsvllle, Ky Ji'.O.lO Portland, Me ..,.$'J7.50 Baltimore. Md $74.75 lloston, Mass $9 1.(10 Minneapolis, Minn $(i0.!10 Milwaukee, Wis. ., $64.30 St. Paul, Minn $60.90 Kansas Cily, M. $44.40 St. I.o uls. Mo $:,:'. 10 lluffab., N. V $7!l.!l) New York, N. Y $S4.II5 Niagara balls, N. V $7D.!I0 Cincinnati, Ohio $ii..1 5 Cleveland, Ohio t74.;',5 Sandusky, Ohio $71.05 Toledo, Ohio ...i $(',. 8,r Philadelphia. Pa $7.(i0 Pittsburgh, Pa $74.25 Ogden, Utah $42.00 Salt Luke, Utah $42.60 Thoiie 204. P. J. JOHNSON, Agent Spec. 854 Ad. No. 162 MATSON IS HIGH GUN IN WEEK-END SHOOT AT ELEPHANT BUTTE (aptc.At. coaacaroNDKMCa to MoaN.Na jouaNALj Klepha.it Unite, N. M June 15. The scores made by the members of the Klephant iiutte Gun club ut their regular week-end hoot follow: Name. Shot at. Uroke. Sam N. Matson 50 4d M. K. Cooper Ml 4H I). It. Ne'se f,0 4i! F. W. Cooper a0 4 1 C. K. KirJiind 50 4i. K. A. Cooper 50 39 T. O. l.oo.-o 50 39 U. W. Robinson .. ..... .50 3.S ii. 1). Kleintob 50 31 L. J. Charles 50 :)0 11. C. Hammond 25 12 The Kl.jphunt tlutte club is open for a match with any club. .Joe Jtivcrs Wins. New York, June IB. Joe Rivers. California lightweight, had the bet ter of Johnny Harvey of New York In seven of the ten rounds in their bout here tonight. It vm a hirl foughl battle, both finishing vilh a rush and ' : I n hard t:r a knockout. Harvey had the f'rs jcund, dm sixth and tenth '. log ever.. I.'.veis in oth er rounds showed fl,is!i a f l:!s old I'me forr:. River wr igbec 137. Harvey, l i' . Wolgast-4-allHiit liout Ofr. lioston, June 15. Liuhtwelght Ad Woiga.-t teduy cancellrd his puitih with C.ilberl liallant, set for tonight lie pleaded illuettd. NEVER LATE Jf I ,uaiaalial.a.ir,iit3 tjnt Al.Atoa I SAX l'ltVNt'lst o IIOTI.Ii Nearest first k Hotel rto Fhir Grounds' wiiONROE frVCRAWENTO ST. 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A Kenlr-rl, iiMMbrtito .rl-r.l holrli rnlrrlns rMf-inllr to tl.e Uehlrli.i; ii.tiet, liuruHi nioiiN ei.vlron.nrnt. I.OM ANtiKI.KS' MiADiNt; t tkmsiii i) apaut. mknt norsi:s 1000 ni.xlrra uiHirlmenU, $10 to $00 per month. Al Walking DIManco "(" WI sl l.V K(llii:itTS (OVl'ANY 60:i Vrl.'T llohpru lil.lir.. :i.l .mil MiiId Sta. .Mala ai.l:l l'liono COMM. When you come home from a rail with only a lew minute in which to cook supper thrn the handy NKW PERFECTION Oil. COOK. STOVE helpi you to hurry. A PERfEST OIVCXKSTeV Itltchtsatthetouchol a match, and cKiks as rapidly ai a gat stove. To more than 2,000, 000 housewivct the NEW PERFEC riON meam "ifai rj itove comfort VPI with keroienc ES oil." Mult in 1, 2, 5 and 4 burner ma. Se the M 2 and 4 burner . with hrtieaa cooking orn. THE CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY (Incorporated ia Colorado) s Daawaf PuaUo Albauaarqua CkaraoHa Bona RoUa Salt Laka City Announcement Spruce Lodge, "Oil the Pecos,'' 1J miles above Town of Peeos, om iis .lumi 1st. 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