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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SATURDAY. JUNE 26, 1915.
THREE What's New iii New Mexico s L 51 S Senator Catron Places on Ex , liibit in Palace of Governors Volumes Dating Back as Far as 1557. IMiCIAk DilPAICM TO MOHNtNC JOURNAL! Santa Ke, June 25. Kurte:in limiks, inontly FlmniKh, printed us cur ly 1557, bound In vellum, umt tiiliiitiK MpxIi'o and New Mexico ill u'ri-iit l"rtp were plucPil on exhibit to day tn" K""i1,'r school (it the Old rulaic, by Hon. Thomas H. Catron t'niled States senator. They urc but a few volumes of hundred purchased by the remilor years pko In DuritiiKo iiiul .Mexico I'lty, bulnn pui't of the famous Fischer library. So important was the purchase that jlr. Catron sent to Mexico the late Adolf K. J'.amlcller, archaeologist and historian, to examine the books and pass upon their authenticity. Father Fischer was a (Jermun by birth who was ordained to the priesthood at Iu ranKo, Mexico. His life ambition was to vrite a history of Mexico and for that purpose he gathered a great library. Seven times he rewrote the manu script ami seven times he destroyed it and death prevented his making Ihp eighth attempt. He was inter rupted by the invasion of Maximilian and became the trusted adviser of the latter. He was appointed private secretary to the emperor and after Maximilian's execution he wandered about Kurope purchasing hooks and manuscripts bearing on the history of Mexico. Especially rich is the li brury In legal und ecclesiastical vol umes. The books were brought to Kant. i Fe and may be found in part in the large library of Senator Catron on the second floor of the Catron block. The books represent a for tune. Folio in I aim. Most imposing of the volumes on exhibit Is a f"1'" '-'tin. The title i.. i..,,,itiFitlIe niomiBMil in red and black. The initials throughout tl,,, work itre done with extreme care In fact, the entire lettering is done by hand. (if perhaps most interest are the hound eedulas. Spanish manuscripts embodying orders of the king relative to New Mexico and Mexico issued two or three hundred years ugo. As one leafs through folio after folio, one is struck by the careful penmanship of those early days. The books will remain on exhibit until tomorrow afternoon so that the visiiing editors may see them. Later, it is expected to make a' complete ex hibit of Spanish books and manu scripts In Santa Fe when the Cathe dral of the Desert will afford adequate exhibit space. With the Catron hooks, are shown a number of volumes uctjuired by the School of American Archaeology in Guatemala and appertaining to early Spanish-American history. Old 1 :imti-li Volume The only volume in English Is loan ed bv Col. Ralph K. Twitchcll, and win printed in 1036. It Is "A Uttle Description of the Croat World,' by I'eter Heylen and is the first book printed in Knglish to describe New Mexico, of which it says: "Quivlra is seated in the most west ern part of America, just over against Tartary; from whence, being not much 'distant, it is supposed that tli inhabitants first came into this new; world. It i full of herbage, and en joveth a temperate ayre; the people are desirous of glasse more than gold and in some places are Cunnibulls. The chief riches of this country, are their kine (buffalo), which are to this people, as wo say with us of our ale to drunkards, meat, drinke and clothe, and more too. For the hides yeeld the tn houses, or at bast the covering of them: their hones, bodkins; their hairs, thread; their Blnewes, ropes; their hornes, mawes, and bladders, vessels; their dung, fire; their calve skins, budgets to draw and ki ep wa ter; their blond, drinke; their Hesh, meat. There is thought to be some trnffiek from China, or Cathay hither. For when Vasgucs Vie Coronado con quered It, he taw In the further sea certain ships, not of common making, which scorned to be well laden, and I are in their proves, Felicaus; w hich could not be conjectured to come from any country, but one of these two. Having- now said this muvh concern ing Quivira in general, it is time we should proceed to her provinces, which are Cibola, and Nova AlbioiL "Cibola, lyeth on the east side, and tiikoth Its name from the chiefe eltie. the next to which is Toionlou. situate on u river so called. Tingae?., burnt by the Spaniards, who, under the con duct of Francisco Vasqin- di Coro nado. made this province subject to .th'ir king. Anno 1540. "Nova Albion lyeth on the west side 'wards Tartary. It was discovered I'y that noble captaine, S. Francis Drake An. 15S5, und by him called Nova Albion; because the king will-1 iirl y did submltte himselfe to our I ipieen. The country is abundant In fruit, pleasing both the eye and the 1'allat; the people are given to hospi tably, but withall to witchcraft, and adoration of divels. The chief city is culled ufter the manner of the prov ince. Here Is a hare resembling a want (mole) In his feet, and cat in his taile; under whose chin- nature has fastened a little bag, which she has also taught him to use as a store house; for in this having filled his belly, he preserveth the remnant of his provisions. (Prairie dog?) 'Hie hound betweene thin Quivira and Mex i'ana Mar Vermiglio, or California." (Gulf of California), Kohi-rls Makes Oration. Santa Fe, June Hetween the parts of the thirty-second degree lst night, at the Scottish llite Ma fonic Cathedral. Dr. Frank. II. .H. ltobcrts made the oration forfthe pre sentation of a replha of Houden's hut of Ceorge Washington, presented h the last Masonic class. As the de srio inculcates the lesson of patriot ism, the ceremony came at a propi tious moment. The bust is similar to 'hat presented to the Normal uni ver 'ty by Felix Martinez and the original ' in the rotunda .rf the capitol of Virginia at Richmond.. Dr. Roberts. Governor McDonald. Rupert F. As I'hind and Mrs. Jacob Weltmer also addressed the teachers' institute. matter what you want it will B you time and money If you use the Journal' want co!ur.in. nil no MIS SHOWN RARE OLD BOOK WELL-KNOWN HISTORIAN REGISTERS AT MUSEUM rtFtCIAL DISPATCH TO MORNIN4 JoUHNAll Santa Fe, June 2.V James Jame son of Washington, 1). C., the well known historian, editor und author, one of the department heads of the Carnegie li'ditutloii, spent the day at the Museum of New Mexico. It Is the first time that he has been west of the Mississippi, although one of the noted sci'iitislH of the present day. Superintendent of Public Instruction Alvan N. While -brought around his sisti r and broiher-in-law, l.ady Kale Rraokcn and U. o. liracken, of I,one Wolf, (ikln.. accompanied by Willie Eileen Rr.icken. Others who registered were: I'rnf. K. W. Stanton of the I'nivcrslly of Iowa, Mrs. K. W. Stanton, llnrliara Stanton, Maurice K. Harrison of Anu s. Iowa, who went t the cliff dwellings after seeing the Museum; liny Sawhill, Colorado Springs: Sam uel Ashe Fitch, Ceorge Wieners, Sr., Houston, Texas: .Mrs. Ceorge Wiener and daughter, Deshler, Neb.: It. W. Sloan and family, Lindsay, t'kla.; Av ogadrl Ciovunni, Milan, Italy; F. K. Carl, D. K. Carl. Hagerstown, Md.; otto. K. Kichmann, Oklahoma City, Okla.: Anion Jurraya and family1, Fairvlew, Mont.; Margaret Clbbons, .Mrs. A. J. Cibbons. I'urcell, okla.; Mr. and Mrs. V, C. Fhetzing, lexington, Mo.; Dr. ajid Mrs. S. D. Rowley and family, Cranitcvillo, Vt.; Harry C. Hrearly, (iraee M, Rrearly, New oik YClty; Dr. F.lva J. Ryiiuin. Madison, Wis.; M. II. Seiner. Williamtown, Vt.; K. A. Craharn, K. A. Dilmore, Miami, Ariz.; Carl J. Smith, Crlnnell, Iowa; William W. Wuesthoff, Milwaukee, Wis. SAN DIEGO FAIR IS MAKING GOOD PROFIT special dispatch to mohnino journal Santa Fe, June Tile San Diego miositlon. in its statement for the .. .... .., "l',1 '" " '". "" '""' " j ti.i,uiiu iir in.'ii'if in'ic i"uu in,- " i t ranctsco expofiiiem mi',"n m n.--statement up to June 13 and Just made public, Among the New Mexico visitors who registered on Monday were: Mrs. Hiram Hartley. Mesilla Park; Mm. Anna (le Rivera, Tucuincari; Clara Cerhardt, Taft, Wi.ltcr Wilterwood, Kennedy; Mis. J. T. Wlieeler, Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. I', N. Oliver, Clayton; F. l.iis Vegas; William J. Ilren ncmiin, biiqiierillie; C. smith, wife und son, Ruth 1-atiglilin Darker, linker, Santa Fe; J. L. .Mrs. K. 1.. Hradlord, Al Ina Cilstrap. l.as Vegas: Max II. Montoya and J A. Murcellino of Socorro. Fred J. Kelssel, of Ogden, Ftah, former president of the National Ir rigation congress, was delighted With the lectures and films illustrating Ir rigation in New Mexico. Mr. Keissel t was one of the boosters who brought the irrigation congress to AlbiKpier-itiu- and was instrumental in the sign ing of the treaty with Mexico which led to the construction of thf Ele phant Rutte dam. Mrs. Hiram Hadley was much pleased with the Mesilla valley scenes and Mrs. 11, P. Williams, wife of the Artesia banker, with the Pecos valley display. F. C. Smith of the Santa Fe svsten'i, formerly of l.as Vegas, rec ognized many a landmark and old friend in i lie pictured thrown on the screen. His present headquarters aret at Sun laniardiiio. Jlog Raisers' C'oincntioii. Simla Ke June Mesilla and Pecos vullcy hog raisers will meet in convention ut Rl Paso to discuss an organization for the protection of the industry and to find profitable mar kets through co-operation. A pink ing house for some central point in New Mexico will be advocated. Santa Fe will make an effort to secure Un packing plant on account of its cen tral location and cool climate. Jlreail for P.hi Ihs uc. Santa Fe, June 2.1. -Two thousand loaves of bread will be furnished by F.l Paso for the Fourth of July cele bration at Hillsboro, Sierra county. There is to be a great barbecue for which ten beeves unci twenty muttons will be killed. A burro roping contest in which tifty burros have been en tered will be a fen l ure. Then- will also be the usual races, fireworks and dunce. Another Curry County 'lliiig. Santa Fe, June 2.1. Wc d conies from cm vis of another Curry county killing. A railroad employe named Pickens is incused of striking a fel low employe Humid Coombs over the head with a hammer, fatally injuring him. SATURDAY AND MONDAY ONLY mi At Never before lias such ;i suit value Ix-en ofu-rcl. Attend this one great Suit Kvent of tl,e season. SEE OCR FRONT WINDOW'S VALENCIA COUNTY TEACHER DROWLMED II! HIO GRANDE Manuel Baca, Promming Young Educator, Loses His Life While on Way Home From Institute at Belen, rv.icieee. dispatch to mohin jouakai.) Helen, X. M., June Munul Paca, -U years old, teacher in the Valencia county schools, ns drowned late Thursday afternoon while on his way to his home in Tome tiller Ht- teniling tin' sessions or the Valencia county teachers' Institute in Helen, which com lnded yesterday, Mr. I!,iei was accompanied by his father, Hun. Miguel liac.i, nd his brother on the homeward Journey Irom Helen. Whin the parly arrived Ht the wagon hrtrtiie over the Rio Grande they decided to take a bath in the waters of the river. As a mat ter of precaution they tied u rope to one of the supports of the bridge, but llnillng the water shallow, they aban doned the rope and Went out into midstream, Suddenly they name upon a swift current and all three were swept away. The father and brother had harrow escapes from drowning, anil were unable to give any assistance to the third member of the party, who could imt swim. ReaeliiiiK the shore and finding that Manuel was missing, they again eiitured Into the si ream and once more narrowly escaped be- ing swept away uy me treaeneloiis t.uiTent Iltxly Is I omul. Karly this morning the body Was recovered near the railroad bridge, a considerable distance below the place where the accident occurred, and was brought to Helen. Interment will he In the cemetery iu Tome ut 11 o'clock tomorrow morning. The death of Manuel Raea has cast n gloom over the entire community, for lie was one of the most popular and promising young men in Valencia county. He was a member of mie of the most prominent families in this section, his father, Hon. Miguel Paca. having been a member of the first state legislature from Valencia coun ty. He was a graduate of St. Mich ael's college in Santa Fe and of the lhmiieriiie Ru.siness college and was recognized as one of the best tea hers in the county. Named Lodge Representative. Santa Fe, June 2a. Heiiito Alarid Was elected last niaht, representative at Santa Fe Rodi-'e No. -al". Fraternal I'nion of America, to the annual con vention at Albuquerque on July 1. He is also n candidate for one of the three national dclecateshlpH to which New Mexico is entitled. R. L. Raca was elected alternate. Contrail to Heat Church. Santa Fe, June 21. The (luadaliipe Roman Catholic palish today gave the contract for a beating plant, boiler house and water connection to Santa Fe- Const net Ion company two other bidders. Something $2,5lK will be expended. the over like; Young- RapllsU to Moot. Santa Fe, June 2'-. The first an nual conference; of the ltaptist Voung People s I'nion of New Mexico will be held at Oloiirte roft. July 3 to 10. A pavilion to cost $ IU. (Kin is to be con structed for meetings in future years. Olel-llnie-r Is I tend. Santa Fe, June L'a. William S. Woodward, a well known New Mex ico old-timer, died at Tnlarosa, nt the age of Hi years, lie died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. .Harry (i. Cliinn. To .Move I'ostolTlce. Santa F", June 2'. The postofflee site at Wagon Mound, Mora county, will he moved on July 1. from the Santa Fe railroad station to Cntron strut, a distance eif a se venth of a mile. (islloway Made Principal. Santa Fe, June L'".--The- depart ment of education today was Inform ed that R. K. Oalloway has been elected principal of the public-schools at Santa Rita, Urant county. A Sale of LADIES' SUITS at nrnrwTTh if. Sold regularly from $15 to $25 SANTA FE DEMOCRATS TO ATTEND BOSWELL RALLY IDPCCIAC. OltATCH TO MOANIN JOURNAL! Santa Fe, June 2.-..I,, few days tin- Young Mens lieniocratk- club will inert to iiir.iniie for a special train to run from Albuquerque m the proposed demcarullc rally to be held in lioswell th's fall. A meeting of the ccntial committee is to be called to meet at AUoiiUei-iiii- during the fail and to lerompuny the special train to the Uo.-well b.irhe'ue t which the party In the state is to line un for tile lalil campamn and where the various c andidate s for the governor-1 ship, the seiiatorship and the twelve j tlu r stale Jobs to be voted on in No- vember of that year, ure expected t" line up, state their posilkuis and formulate their plai fm ins. It is to be the greatest unci liveliest democrat ic gathering ever he-Id In the southwest und that is going some. All the stalwarts and war horses from eveuy part of the slate are ex peeled to gathe-r at AU'iuiuei eue to take the- special train there, except ing theise of course ill the Pectus val lev who Will go to Koswedl on the. I regular trains. In this connection, I much Inte rest is manifested In the j meeting at Clov is on July 5 of Ralph C. Fly, thus far one of the leading llllollelales for the le'pllhlican llollli- I nation for geiverioo-, ami Judge ti, A. Kb'hard -on, the leading democratic I candidate. Roth me beioked for a ! Fourth of July oration and each one j is expected to Ktate something of his lonposeu pianitlio. WAR DIET NECESSARY FOR ANIMALS IN ZOO (Aieie.-tHiril Tre- C,cirrrtiiiiidc'm-.i Rer'ln, June 14.--The animals In Oermnn zoological gardens have had to put up with a war diet. A well known HiUinul eb-aler of Hamburg has leee-ntlv led,! hw In- iirrh-rt his ani mals through the winter. His bears Intel been e.cling about Iliuj.niiu pounds of bread yem ly, which was their chief focd; but they were put upon a diet of potatoes, turnips and oihe-r roots, with occasional additions of fish re fuse Not only bread and grain, but also bay had to be taken away. Rhi-noce-roses, deer, ant-'lopes i.lei others that had hitherto been feel en hay, maize and oats, were put upein a mix ed die t of acorns, heiise-cliesiiiuts, po tatoes and sltcrrt leiols of various kinds. of ci'iiifie the Hons, tiger and simi lar beusts liaei to continue to lie fed oil meat, which was nioslly obtained by killing old horses. The- hones left over were ground into bone-meal, which was mixed Into the food of va rious other animals, and tha otfal was thrown to the hyenas und jackals'. I Tin all ihe aeiuatlo blrels. im dueling cranes, which had hitherto been fed j i iiiclpn I ly on grains of various kinds were given a mixture of mashed po I talocs. boll-el fish und lione--inea I ; and j l-icy all did very well on thl.i food. ! The sales of wild it nt mil Ih 111 ler j many and Austria have alnu -t wholly ste , peel. There is still n f.i.r demand (from neutral countries, especially I from the I'nited States; but it is not possible to ship animals now owing to thj restric tions i-nfore eel by Knglunei, A shlpnie-iit of Fast Indian elephants. Was on the way to the I'nited States when the war began, but the ve sse-l ; had to put Int.i the- port of Ma.-sna, in j Italian Snmaliland; and it is assumed I 1 1. i.l the vessel anil c argo will now be j c e nf iscated by the Italian government. one of the nmst curious things re I peSrled regarding efforts to buy ant I mills during recent months is that (brnian noldiers in Russia nie con stantly applying for monkeys l catch vermin. ' WOMEN'S LABOR USED LARGELY IN RUSSIA! (Aoc-iit!icJ rrens CcerrrKiMinctrni-e.) Stockholm, June 10. linvv female labor figures iu Russia's org.'iul.iitieui e f h r Industries for the production of munitions is told by Thomas Stephens of a large American enginee ring firm. "I'veryw hei e in Russia they are making the greatest possible use of women's la "nor," he says. "J visited the large factory where they make hand (.-.rcnaelis and high-explosive shell,". 1 saw hundreds of women at work on lathes, drilling machines and stamplng-out iiiae bines. The tonnage r told me that the; we, men's latior vies Just as efficient as that of I ho nun." lilstrcss in the 5(omac Ii. Distress in the stomach after meals, nccotripanled by a lioadaMin and trfher annoyinif yniI'toiiiH is duo to Indige-fl-tum ami easily remedied by taking Chainherlain's Tablets Mrs. Henry P.olghan, Victor, X. Y., vrites, "For some time I was troubled with headache- and distress in my slomae h etter ri'llng, also with constipation. About il.x- monihs ngo I began taking Cham berlain's Tablets. Th'-y regulated tha action of my bowels t-'i.i the headache and other annoyani'i'H ceased in a short time." Obtainable everywhere. A Sale of SILKS 89 at Silks that were bought to sell at $1.J5 and .$1.50 a yard. All. new seasonable silks in lijjht and dark colors. Anionir tiu'in arc the new Awning and Pencil Stri)es, I'ancy Clucks and Urotaded Designs in l.ouiine Satins and Taffetas. SKK OCR FRONT WINDOW'S ECOfJDMY URGED : UPON ENGLISH B! i I LONDON BftNKER;HQt j j Necessity to Meet Financial , Problems Growing Out of War Pointed Out in Inter esting Letter to Press, ( Aeeneertiitrd reirreieinilinr.) Reunion, Juno Id - A piomiiienl Reunion hunker. In a long 1. tier to the press, pleads for a gnat national wave of public utiil private economy In I'.ngl ind. Sue h n oanip.iis.ii, he urges, is necesMiry to enable the na tion t" nii-ct successfully the lliiaiiclal problems tie-lore It In c oiine-e lion itli the war. These problems are two-fold Hi -t tin- raising of siiifle it-nt inter nal loans to meet the colossal war expenditures, and second, the aolju.m loe lit of the exte rnal balance sheet, In other wends, the pavment of other lull ions for the citolitious purehuseil which F.ngluiiil and he-r allies un making and must make from tin in. The "trade- balance'" uguinsl Kng laiiel for the present year is estimated by the writer at well over a, men, emu,. IKiil. "This bit Iii nee," he says, "will have te be provided either by bor rowing largely In Americ a, a course j to which there are scrhnis dillii nlties i anil objections, or by se-lllng sufi'iclentj Ame rican see-ui itie s tee cover the cb -1 c!, or bv sending gold. Any of the se inelliods is likely to prove a dinleult business, but the- necessity of adopt ing some way out is show n ,y t he-rate- of eve hiiime between the United Slates ami various R'uropenii coun tries. "As do I alaiie e of Indebtedness grows, so the exchange rates grow more unfavorable te the country con- c e-rne d, and so do lis Imports cost j more ami more. For this reason, Rus-' sla is at this moment nev ing nearly i Ull per cent over the normal price for nil her imports, (iermany over 1.1, Austria 'Jil per cent. Italy 10 p-r eelit.j France about 3 per cent, anil (ileal' Rritain about I 's per cent. j I lent)' SI ru I ii on I!cm-i-(. ek--.. I...... .... .... .......... t ....I. I fr,.u- ' ly lis the exchanges warrant it, the) untied, of course, go nun h more against us. Rut It is lo-ce-ssary to rec ognize that the maintenance of our free gold market will certainly in volve a heavy jamlii on our gold re serve. e are the onlv market left from vvhii h gold can be obtained, und while most of tile gold le w ly-iuined conies here, we are obligeel owing to .11- .e o oe. , ,... ... . lies' Imports to b t much go. A Bood many minions nave oeen epoi la-ei ne the last two or three mouths, mill i the fb'W continiH's. It Is of very great importance to London as the world's) Itnnnclal center not only that ouri gold teseive should r-inain secure,' but that we should not have to ubail-j don our tradition il rede- as the. world's free g"bl market. Rut the mole ve import the greater oar In-' de-Id' clness and the more- difficult do j these two taks biM-oiue. "We- are brought back again then to the paramount ne-'-essity to our teienirv id e onomy, such econimiy ns ia hemic practiced today by the Oer-j m:in people-. We import nearly .oi", niiii.iuiii peiunds worth a year of food, about the same- amount of raw ma le-rials, und nearly Jtiii.eiiia.tino punnets of manufacture-el nitii b-s. Kvei.v pounds worth of food wasted, of meat, petrol, rubber, tobacco, or any other article wine Ii We can ce-onoinize, unnecessarily consumed means U pounei's worth none import and nj pound more in the bill against us. We k lie mi Rl inipoii only absolute ne-, eissitie-s anil produce everything In tins country that we possibly can. To, import what is so pet f luous im-ans to! reduce by so much the money avail able for government loans, contrib utes by so uiui'h to the difficulty of keeping our gold re-serve aiol syslemi of credil intact, and makes it by so' miu h mole- expensive to obtain our vital supplies of munitions and raw materials. Consumption to Increase. "It must he re-iue-inbered that ow ing to changed war conditions there is a, great risk of our consumption ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE FOR THE TROOPS' over iki i. (hi ,ick.ii'''i 'f Allen' lo't -Kmkp. I ii Hiiiif-fHio p'.vM, r lo Milt (it iii!" youl' SIkh-k or (ilHV'h( In tht ftfoi-titttli. ur In--iTiir iikciI l- Uip litnnaii uiol Aillid ti'-o.x Ht thf fnti.i. it rMB tti fci-t, picv Hiimt fi icliuii ft till' !)' Hint IHU he tt'Hlkintf '1 i.',frjh'fH, . r.c H;imjtl.' n iit Alinx, M- H. (HillMtpti, Ho. yard How Heat Affects the Vital Organs Weather Conduces Chronic Constipation and Diarrhea to A disposition to Cotil'illc one's el-t to cold food and to Indulge freely In b ei drinks, is oiiee re ason why e on Miipatoui and dlari'ln-a is so preva lent In icuiiitoi-r. hiiiI there is no sea son when howi-l dlsliii bt-ne e s should be more carefully avoide-l, as muc h serleins disease Is directly traceable to, these conetltions. To rcgiilale the bowels and quickly ledleve even an aggravated cue- of consllpatlon, the combination eef simple- laxative herbs with pepsin, sold In drug store s unde r the name of Or. Caidwcll s Svrup Pepsin, is highly r unnie.neled by maiiv plivsieiaes and all thee-e who have us.-d II. Fu ll ke i.elhailics and violent purgatives. Or. Caldwell's Svrup Pepsin acts gently on stomach, liver ami bowels, without griping or other dlsceemfort and brings relief In an easy, natural manner. Mlbl, pleasaiu to tne laste, and Inexpensive, It Is the Ideal fam ily laxative. Rv ileili.-lng the bowel Had nod eliminating the foreign actually increasing, one- eflee-t of our lavish expenditure Is to transfer a large amount of Income from the Wealthier to the poorer classes. A large redisli Ibittlon of wealth is in pleice-ss. So far sei good. In itself, no Uotlbl, i volle nt, but not If the money which in the hands of the wealthy would I"' saved Is In the- hanels ol its new posse sseil s nilllplv spent. Money is being taken out of the pockets of the Investing classes ami being re distributed in tin- form of higher wages, for bonuses, separation al lowances, and see forth among the tion-itiv e st log i lasses. Consumption is therefore likely t Ine-rease- ami ceen Kiinipllon of a kind not necessary for the- coiuiili't of the war. Mote food, drink and tobucco will be consumed ; more labor emplaved In serv b es not contributing to the national Htrcngih ; more time tinprofitably spent; less iiiotii-v saved. The e lass whU-h Id so greatly cnrlilnel bv the war is not tile ve ry peioiosi class. In whi' ll use ! extra cxpe-nditure would lie Jiistirieel, but inainlv are urtisaii ami bette-r-paid working diss whl.h Is nlreadv ; e comfortably off. R Is not as If saving 1 were any sae-rifie-e tee llietn. Their own I Interest and that of the state abso ; lately coincide. It is, Indeed, mildness I of them not to save in this period of ' their exceptional prosperllv against ' the certain hiy of sbrlnkace In the I future. And the state Is in need of -,,., .viiM ! f und will pay them n good rate ot inte re st, vv mil is gieai- ly needed then is to encourage und facilitate the Investments: of small savings In the- war loans. It is geicnl 1 In the 4 few A ffomeWJ For 35 Years tho Quality Standard Makes the fireside brighter. Yellowstone is j a perfect whiskey. Pure, old, distinctive in rich-J ness with that mellow, pleasing flavor. First : in popularity as Kentucky's Finest Bourbon.j Consolidated Liquor Co. Wholesale Distributors ALBUQUERQUE NEW MEXICO A Sale of I 19'' I I ' f r1 hs. n av nlarly YOCK CilOlCF. SPl'.CIAL, ?3.35 A broken line of Ladies' Linen Canvas PuHtou Pools, cuni-iisiing of onlv Mi pairs. Medium round toe, good substantial welt soles; a nnt enjuyablc warm weather shoe. Sold regularly at. $4.00 a pair. YOCR CllOICi:, SPECIAL, ?2.93 ' SEI. OCR FRONT WINDOWS matier and poisons that Irritate and Inflame, It will quickie check un ut la. U of diarrhea and restore iiormul conditions, I'r Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin han been the Htundarel leniedy in count Icsm Ipemes feer more than thirty ye-ars, anil b sold in drug mores ev erywhere, for fifty oetiiH a bottle. A free trial can be obtained bv writing to Or. W. It. Caldwell. 4 53 Wash ington St.. ijee!lie Jo, HI, for the state and good for the Inveti :or. In the hist (le-rman war loan Ihu number of subscribers wna utale-d to be only Just short of 8,000,000. It would be mirprlslng if the nubscrlb (is to our war loan numbered only j 'jO.utiti. " I ' ' Will Salvage TeirM'doc(l Stcanicr. i licnihm. June J'e (!:3." p. m.t Ar rangements were nuole today for sal vaging tlii steamer Tunlsiuna, wtitcti Was torpedoed off Lowestoft, Wedne-s-day, by a Herman submarliie. After being lilt the Tunlslaiui was beached and her crew landed, i, . i . . . ji . . .. i . .. i - J. -I Are You Ready For Your Trip? Take HORLICK'S Malted Millt with you when Yachting. Camplnj. Motoring. FiahlnK, or Oolfinj. A nutritioui,atlsfylnR Food Drink. wdy in a niotnent. A Rood light l"11 htn tiied or run down. Simply dissolv In water, hot or told. A fine night'a test is awured if you Uka a cupful hot bior ratiiinj. Our Lunch Tablets ar the acme of con venient nourishment. Diiwolva a lew in the mouth when fatigued ot hungry. Sample dee, HORUCK'8. Racine. Wit. JENoSubetltutl"Jltaaoc S3 HORUCK'S, tho Original SATURDAY AND MONDAY ONLY LADIES' WHITE BOOTS An elegant line of White Nit buik ree,t-, and Cleonatra San dals, suitable tor general street aivl dre-is wear. Priced resr- at $5.00 a pair. lit. I. 14 ir a. r. J "t It , '1 I .11 -a ,, K. , I" lei .. i'f lee ' lu 1 1