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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, TUESDAY. AUGUST 17. 1915.
THREE STATE S SUCCESS AI SAN DIEGO IS E 10 GOVERNOR atification Expressed by Ex ecutive Over Way in Which New Mexico Sweeps Boards at Exposition, GRAND PRIZE WON BY THE GENERAL DISPLAY ld Medals Awarded for Spe cial Copper, Coal and Min eial Exhibits; Commission Describes Winning Entries. CONRKSPONDCNCK TO MORNING JOURNAL i Fe, Aug. 16. Governor M. - ,nalil was delighted when informed terday by Col. itniph B. Twltchell, airman nl' I hi- New Mexico exposi iD commission, that New Mexico th Ita exhibits at Man Diego, had actually swept the boards, rw ejv I not only the grand prise for its aiding and its general exhibit, but ... rei'eivliiK awards for every entry ade by the exposition commission, rand prize going to the special pper exhibit; a gold medal to for i exhibit, a gold medal to the tela! mal exhibit, and a grand prize the mineral exhibit. The grand ir is the highest award given by exposition and could be won by ily one exhibit in its class. Hold edall wan) to exhibits aitaining a fb standard, silver medals, to those taming I IhKT standard and bronze edall exhibits which came up to certain percentage. The iimMing Itself. The New Mexico commission, among her things said, in describing the Inlng entrtM and exhibits: "I bis building it; a prototype of the il mission church built on the Roofc Aeoma by Ihe I'lieblo Indians un r the direction of the Franciscan Jara about lilt. In the main ex Mt hull is pi t a mineral exhibit mains pracuci d in the state 1 1 Ni In th historical and archueologi- i room are placed models of the icnt Indian pueblos of l'ccns and ; rai. There is also a model of the Miguel mission at Simla Fe. built If In 1(08, which we claim to be oldest church in Ihe lulled es There is nlso n model of I s Fort and Hie rain h house of len B Maxwell. 'Maxwell's Man-j commonly culled, was the first It ranch house west of the Mis- ! ti rivet"! a permanent landmark on I Santa ft trail. Bent's Fort was. Aral fort und Uadlng pusl built the the West of the Missouri river on the old Sail 1. 1 Fe ti in.rtra.'s ol anil many . il. 1 tfcte also are found j New Mexico's governors her prominent men con- i 'I'd with the history of the state,' wi II as many photographs ami ! ii n tp ii cn. ies of historical and iit ie. .logical charni'ter. forest I vlilblt I'rnisoil. 1 1 n the second floor Is found the lumber b I bit. a I a n. I and Hnited States forest e- rhia exhibit Is very education - potlrays clearly the work be- Ing done by the I'niled Slates and es pecially Ihe state of New Mexico. In. the auditorium we show motion pic tures of the resources of the state and deliver illustrated lectures. The meth "'I used by vm in bringing the re aourcea and opportunities for devel opment of the state to the general public is by the use of motion plo lurea and illustrated lectures. Wo Used In doing this more than 20,000 feel of motion picture films, and ,800 atereoptlcon views, giving in all forty-eight illustrated b'CtureH which adequately portray the agricuhural, horticultural, mining, lumbering, dairying and stock raising resources 01 i In slate, giving to the general public a clear and concise statement Ol I be entire resources of the stute and the advantages for future devel ' I 'm nl in each locality of the slate. Those illustrated lectures cover the entire stale by counties and districts. W " also show the scenic attractions of the stale, the educational ad. vantages, the development of good roa.ls system ami the climatic advantages of the l iterature Ik Feature. 'Supplemental to our lecture bu reau werg we distribute literature Which in explanatory of the resources Ol the state. In order that the - PI may derive a benefit from what we are doing here we have a system Ol dally and weekly reports. Wc pro iiiie tin. names of all persons who make imiuiry nnd who might be in terested In some portion of the state's reaourcea, These names nre con fined in our reports. The reports are sent to each commercial organi zation in the state, each county, clerk, each newspaper and each banking in stitution,' and to any other interested Person Sr persons who desire these reports." Coal i:blblt. wilh the coal exhibit the following I ' .ii on t,t was submitted: "The exact areas of the vast coal de posits have not as yet been fully de fined and mapped, but approximately Ili.-y covery 25,000 superficial square 'nil"s. It Is believed that New M ex - I ' b is more coal underneath Its sur face than any other state In the union, '""I a . onservative estimate would pla.e the total tonnage at one hun- II red billion tone. New Mexico pro cures bituminous and anthracite coal. " he chemical unalyals for the bitumi nous coal varies in different localities. " desired, analysis for each locality can be furnished. Analysis ranfcvs rom 45.17 to t fixed carbon, vola- 37 to 40.61. aah 3 to 11, a small GREAT PLEAS! amount of moisture, and in MM .u stances, sulphur. Heat units approxi mately 14,500. The bituminous coal seams vary in thickness from 4 to II feet, generally outcropping at sur face, and opened by slope. Some of the bituminous coal is exceptionally adapted to the manufacture of coke, while some of it is of a semi-anthracite nature, and will not ck. is, tuminuus coal produced In ISI14 was J.025,TSS short tons. The pio.lu tion of coke is in. leasing to a consid erable extent each year. Nutnl.cr of coke ovens, tsu; production of coke in 114 was 4U.".,I2T short tons. Coke analysis being, fixed carbon sin phur .8, ash It, volatile 1. Tin great of anthracite has not been fully de termined and is found only in Beats Fe COttnty, Thickness of vein ap proximately thr.e feet, vein outcrops pitching about 3" degrees, production about tin, ooo short tons per annum Anthracite chemical analysis on dry coal is volatile 1' .11, fixed carbon 1.S4, ash fi.3... In addition to the material exhibit we have I, Km feet of motion picture and Illustrated stereoptlcon views portraying the coal mining resources of the state." t opper Defaaaahaa. "The Copper deposits are in th. southern portions of the state. There are deposits of native copper The largest mining operations in low grade copper porphyry ore, using the open cut, .steam shovel method of mining. The output of copper tor 1814 was approximately sixty million pounds. The 111$ output will ap proximate one hundred million Mineral and Forest Exhibit. "Wc believe our mineral exhibit to be the urns! complete and exhaustive mineral exhibit displayed by any state." "Automatic stcrooptieon. This ma chine shows twenty-four colore. I slides continuously. F.ilch slide is ex plained by appropriate text and the timber resources, livestock industry on national forest! and destruction by fire and erosion are here shown vis itors. Mrosion model, showing effect of deforestation. This model applies not only to New Mexico but to all loie.-ti regions of the I'niled States showers are, simultaneously turned on a min iature forest and on adjacent lb for ested slope. A forest examiner in charge of the exhibit explains ami discusses tores) and Water problems Flic fighting equipment Methods of detecting fires, including tow. rs, range finders, maps, telephones, helio graph, too boxes and tools actually used to make up this part of the ex hibit. The fire protective organiza tion of the forest service is explain.'. I using thi' PeOOS national forest of N. w Mexico as an example. Model showing an Idealised forest in the Rocky, mountains. This model .shows the activities on, and the uses to which a national forest is put. Fire-lines, roa.ls, trails, telephone lines, ranger station, forest nurseries, timber sales areas, cattle and sheep grazing agricultural homesteads, ami water pOteH possibilities lire here shown. 'I'M is model is of general in structive value to other regions us well as New Mexico. Forage plant exhibit. Spccinicnts of nutritious range plants and plants poisonous to stock, are exhibited, This is of especial interest to those inter ested In the livestock industry. 1'hotographs, transparencies, maps and charts. The timber resources and reforestation work, destruction by fire and erosion on different national for ests In New Mexico, are here shown. A large map "f the national forests of the United States is found on the wall. Another wall map shows the different forest, prairie und other types of land given In New Mexico. A chart showing timber sold and given away, StOCb grazed and land adminis tered to protect water supplies, and also Ihe money paid to counties in New Mexim. from the receipts of the national forests for Ihe benefit of roads and schools within tho.io coun ties, occupies a place of prominence. "The above mentioned models and charts help convey the importance of conserving the forest and other nu tionul resources of not only New Mexico but of all other portions of the 1'nite.l States, through Ibis ex hibit the United Stales forest service is impressing upon each Visitor the vital importance of systematically handling the nation's forested land for the present as well as future gen erations. When the fact is remembered that New Mexico is the newest stale in the union, it is the more formidable, that both In the credit points and in the character of the awards, that the. Sunshine state stands way on lo the top and above such states as Kansas. Montana, Nevada, Ftah and Washing ton. QUAKERS OF COLFAX SECURE PRECINCT PSCIAL COHmSPONDf NCI TO MOBNINO JOURNAL Santa Me, Aug. Secretary of State I.ucero has been notified of the creation of the precinct of Miami out of springer and Kayado precincts In Colfax county. The precinct is eight inileH square, extending four miles in each direction from Miami postofflce, The petition for the precinct was algned by fifty-four voters, the ma jority of whom are QuaKffg and strongly republican, MECHEM UPHOLDS THE M0G0LL0N ROAD LAW irPSCIAL CORmSPONDSHCS TO MOPNINO JOUHAL,' Socorro. .V. M Aug. II. Judge M. C. Mechem has denied the peti tion of w. m. Borrowdale ami others for an injunction restraining the county commissioners front construct ing the road to Mogolton Which the la.st legislature authorized. This de cision Upholds the validity "f the law. whb'h was attacked. DISASTROUS FIRE OCCURS IN MAGDALENA SSSSSIM OISPSTCM TO 0NI1 IOIISHAL1 MaKdulena. . M, Aug. 11 A fire of supposedly Ineendiarv origin early this morning destroyed half I block of the Magdalena business district The loss is estimated at from ItS.MO to $r.,000, very little of It being cov ered by Insurance. GOVERNORS II ADVISED 10 GEI CALLS PREPARED War Department Prompt Mobilization tional Guard Shouk gency Arise. Na- santa n. August is. spun C.eneral Herring and the heiols of! th. national guard II other states, have received unofficial innis from Washington to be ready to respond to a cal for volunteers in view of the sit uation In Mexi.o, the hints Coming in the form of suggestions that the various governors have prepared now. for use the Instant they are needed, proclamations calling for volunteers Th information from Washington is carefully sent through unofficial I hanntls, in the form of suggestions to the adjutant generals that in case conditions in Texas should become suddenly critical, it would be well for the governors to have ready for their signatures, formal proclamations set ting forth the need for troops to take Ihe place of the national guard which would replace the regulars as border I.e. ii already worked out und are Iden tical with those prepared ut the lime of the capture of Vera Cruz. 'Ihe plan. It Is said, is for the Immediate sending to the boundary of the na tional guard, which . unnot be scut cut of the country, t0 replace the tit ulars should the regulars be sent into Mexico. The new volunteer army Would be put in immediate training to replace the guardsmen when special acts of congress would permit the guard regiments lo be sent out of the l ulled Stales. The suggestion that the proclama tion be prepared is s. nt to the adju tant geni tals through the Inspc. ..r instructors assigned to each stale. The adjutant generals then make sugges tions of the preparation of proclama tions by the governors under whom they serve. IT SPECIAL DISPATCH J. IUHN A I. I Santa Pe, Aug. LI, j brought on by an attacl I poisoning and the alt it Pe, early ibis morning Heart failure ; of ptomaine nib- of ganta . caused the death of Mrs. ('barbs IllldersleSVS at her home on Mast 1'alaec avenue, .Mrs. llildersleeve was a naliv f Santa Me, th- daughter of Col, E. W, Baton, the owner of the Baton grant In the southern Santa Me county, who died In September, HJf, at Socorro. Col onel EatOtl came to Santa Me in 1S4'J and served as captain in the Second New Mexico volunteers under Honor. il Canby in 1S62, advancing to colonel before the war ended, lie was tins first secretary and one of the found ers of the New Mexico School of Mines al Socorro. Mr. CHldeTsleeVS, husband of the deceased, preceded her to the grave In 90, dying in his native state. New fork. He was the first supreme court reporter and volumes 1 to 1- of the supremo court fsporbj ucrc compiled by him. lie was also district clerk and a political leader, being for years the chairman of Un democratic central committee of N. w Mexico. In later years, be w is par tlallv blind and lived in N.w Ynrk. During territorial days, the Olldcr sleevo home was noted for Us hospi tality and many brilliant society events took place within ils walls. Mrs. QUdersleeve was a devoted mother. Seven children survive her, one son, Charles II., of Colorado! and six daughters, Mr.. Florence u Bart lett of flenta Pa; Mrs. May Rlvenburg, of Seattle, Wash,; Mrs. Raima, of l's Angeles, and the Misses Helen, who Is In school in New York City, Lillian, who returned this noon from Socorro, nnd Mabel. Hon Nesior I'. Baton, member of Ihe last legislal ore, ar rived today from Socorro, to make funeral arrangements. The funeral will probably take place on Wedtiea iday from the Church of the Holy Maith. Mrs. llildersleeve was widely known nnd rsspsctsd. diet love for flowers, especially, endeared her to many, and her garden of which she look personal care, was for many years one of Santa Me's show plai HIGH COMPLIMENT FOR NEW MEXICO EXHIBIT BPSCIAL COPP.SSPOHDSNCS TO MOPNINO JOUPNALJ Santa Me, Aug. II. Especial pride is taken by the New Mexiio exposi tion commission in the following let ter received today by President Ralph K. Twltchsll of the oommlasios, from Charles H. Knight, chairman of the Jury on agricultural products at the. San Diego exposition: "i wish at this time to congratulate you on the mottbn picture feature ol displaying Ihe resources of your slate, especially regarding the various agricultural practiced." HOP CANYON COMPANY IS DEVELOPING CLAIMS (SSSfUSt OtlPATCM TO MURNINd JOUSNAkl Santa Me, Aug. Hi The Ho;. Can yon Mining and Smelting company is developing ita claims, five miles south of Magdalena. Socorro county. The 1 alumet-Nok Mexico Mining company is working in the same district. A test shipment to the smeller gnu- re turns of thirteen ounces of silver and aeven per cent of copper. DEATH CLAIMS ICR ESTEEMED SANTA FE WOMAN NEW MEXICANS THRONG BUILDING AT SAI DIEGO Oakland to See "Cathedral of Deseit;" Sunshine State Well Boosted, s.mta f. , tot 1 11 Thi second day of the New Mexico educational festiv ities in the New Mexico b ml. ling at San Diego bi..iu:ht even larger crowds than I be sSBrCtses of the fust day. The following educators took part: Su.pt Alvan N. White, pre, Frank II. H. Roberta, supt lohs v. Conway, t. h. t-arkln, Pre i. i. i.nioc, riot. r.. i Humbert, Su M. Montoya Supt c. I son. Miss M frank Curio Joseph N. 8r I'.a. a, Supt. l'ope. Supt. John Milne, Supt A. Ipt, Saint nine II... a. , Mrs. John L Wil lie a ttyers, Dean r..r. It, w. Qoddard, tSSl Supt. Kiladolto I. Mrrett. Supt l N. h i. in Montoya, Miss 01. Jon. mm liallegos. Grace doe bet, 8upt. .1. S. I.oiil', and others. Mr. and Mrs. t',. . HsnlOQ and Miss iiads Corbt it, .. ' pedally laiteresi model of ClMirai, nee ted with the s I'ole Co.. niol, of pleased with the f the lumber indust iintuinalr, Wre a tin. superb K anion is con Barbara Tie 1 1 raft) was muchj ami pictures of. i the state. Attorney K. i Wade, Sr., Mrs. W ide and their .laughter, viewed and Inspected the building and every ex hibit most systematically and ersrs profoundly Impressed with the tbor-1 otighn. ss and Completeness) of detail.! The vividness win, which ihe uppoi tunittsa of Ihe Mesllla valley were presented, of coursei pleased Mr. ade most. Dr Charles Peabody, the noted an thropologist and archaeologist, under whose JurksMctlon Ihe excavations al I Pecos aro belns dotte by Dr, a. v. Kidder, vialted the New Mexl.-o build-j lug a second tune, . spei i ; i lly to Inspect , the models of PeOOa and OUSTS i. He praised th" Work verj much and pre-1 dieted that N. w Mexico would experl-1 ence greater development probably than a,B) other part of the union. Walter 10. Brown, of I. os Angeles,! although an enthuilsstic "I Lova Vim, J California," visitor, admitted that the title of immigration is setting ill to ward New Mexico winch will reap the. ireateai harvest from the San Dleso I be I mOCCS ICW artists. Carl M. Hobby, of the Calirillo club of San Diego, spent the day painting In the patio and sketching the building. It was the biggest day for New Mexico attendance since 'he opening of the expositions, the following from th,. registering: Mrs. 1 1. IB, Wilson and children, Mrs. John Clarke, sich grd vi lis.. o, Robert Wood, Homer II. Ward, Wiiii. r w. Ward, Belle Bweet, Violet M. In. cling, Mr. and Mrs. W. U Hawkins, Haeel Hawkins, Mrs John W. Wilson, Vivian Shiimakci, 11 J, Durahd and wife, Prof, John D. Clark, Uo.se Hell Hubbard, Mrs. M M. Barnes, Albuquerque; Ines it. West lake, Silver City; Mr. ami Mrs. Charles Ei McClure, Kust Laa Vegas; Btta RUSSSlI White, Ml. pliant Buttel Mis. Anna Jackson, nSS Luclle May, Tula rcsa; Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Knelt, Clayton; Mrs. Bllefl Dice and son, Miss Margaret Daugherty, Miss Dela Daugherty, Miss Paulino lingers, Uts Vegas) Miss Marian Wade, Mi. ami Mrs. EC. C. Wade, Sr., Mas Cl j Mrs. John A. Pace, Clayton; !. V. Hanlon, Harrletl Hanlon, Qlsdya lor bctt, ktountalnalr; it. it. Lai kin, Lai Vogus; Martha, Wlggult, Alttmogordo; Mrs. J. A. Conle.v, Miss Laura Conltty, Mlsa Heerta Hltcbcock, Rston; Miss Mlsle .layn. s, San Marcial; J. A. Shaw, Gallup; Joseph k. Bmlth, Socorro; Mrs, H, It. Maimer, Hoswell; Aubrej I Boone Curi.r, Alma. Boone, Carrie I Boone, Mrs. S. D. Miser, Silver Cityj Alls. C 11. Wlggett, Hi own Wlggi It.' ('. 11. Wlggett, Alamogordo; Mr. ami Mrs. Dolpli l.usk, Carlsbad; Miss I!. Ellen Qllmors, Altec; Bdna Oakley 1 hast Iji.s Vegas; Mil win A. Schrcck,' Marmingtoii ; PltSdslfo llaca, lis Ve gas; Mr. und Airs J. Y. Thornton,! Uoswstli 1. Oi Sweet, Csrrllloa; Thomas "Ols" (Iregory, Italmi; 1. 8. Long, Poital.'S; Miss Urnce (b.ebel, Demlng; Charles 1,. Hurt, Mountain jiir, BgtUrnlnO Una, Helen; K. L.I Mnloe, Slier City; Joaquin QgllegOS, Santa ROSS! Dr. M. M. D. DSSMSTals, Das Vegan; BonJfttClo MphtOjri Het-j nallllO! Wilrniith Cannon, Elephant j Hutte. The New Mexico building In addi tion to the routine mention In (he dally SOUVSglr program of Ihe expo sition, now has a full page displfl advertisement, including a half-tone piCtUM of the structure. The Word' lag of the advertisement is most skil fully arranged so si to attract the crowds. Among distinguished visitors were I rot Mills M. Rhodes, head of the music department of Simpson college, I lown. O. A. Nathan, of San MrulK Ihcip, nsnolSTS from Hartford, onn.; Ii. Kempormnn, mining man from i'boe Plx; M. H. Asbell, Ml pas., msn hant Capt, Hamilton Hatirlne, V. S. A ; Dr. BdWSrd I'1 Sly, a famous Chicago phv- sician, ii. s. Dickinson, a wealth) lumber man from (irand Marks, N I I ; J. w, I initon, a prosperoiifl cotton grower of New Orleans; a. n. Cheno With, mine owner from Nogalesi W W. Iiass, a plsgser of the Grand can yon; c. A McDonald, wealthy mer chant of Hisbee; A. S'. Wilkinson, a coal mine owner from Mound City, III ; Qeorga A le, the famous humorist, his nice,. Miss Ardis Ade and her brother, Itoland; John T. BtonS, of Baltimore, presldenl of the Maryland Casualty company; I'robate Judge II. II Horner, of Chicago; Attorney V, c. Hbker. of the Chicago iuvenlle court, and a putty of KnlghlH of Co liimbuH from the New England atates, making the louj under the direction 11 of M. I . urummey, of Itoston. 1.000 WERE BURIED AT PECOS, NOAM STATES t xcauted, bcene ot Many Interments; Valuable Relics Aie Uucovcied, Santa Fe, Aug. 1 1 thousand burials wet Ihe church or .lose PeCOS I'.ictdo, neeol.il! buuin, of the museum, tow n ovi r Bund ad b the ,.,n is not great I. Tiie datti ure ol pail of g le Mien ;,n, I rty seconds t wall bin the altur steps at the mission church and is making good progn ml Strengthening the huge foundational In one coffin taken out, tin- skeleton remains of two girls were totiud. Dr. I A. V. Kidder, In Charge of the excava tions, is uncovering the third story of the pueblo toward the sag) In the! eorocr of ;i room a COHtp!et pottery- making outfit was found. Around i skeleton was a double pendant ol more than a hundred pieces of tur-j Uiioise set In mosaics. In a small ruin! SCXOSfl the srroyo, a number of fine I bowls of v ery an. lent make were tall en out. Governor l Ihcsldc. Governor McDonald win presid tomorrow evening and introduce Pro fessor K. W. Shipl.'N, presldenl of tin given Mr. Shipley which will be Ihe most notable social unction of the season It Is under the auspices of Ihe ladies' museum committee and the Invitation to meet the distinguish 1 1 1 guesl ..f ihe evening, is extended to the enure community. Among other distinguished guestl expected are Mr, ami lira. Brass! Thompson Baton, both ol tin tn authors and ail isls. Mr. and Mrs. W Tciiiplelen Johnson, in- and Mrs. A. v. Kidder, Mr. and Mis I mill op and others. The lecture is to begin al ftl( p. m , and will be given in Ihe assembly room, At the same lime, the Taos ail ex hibit will i.c open to all laltont I - o il I row. I nl I -Hoi s. Shannon. Marengo, 111 : Dr. 11. n Hanson. Hagdatentt; w. 11. Gregory, ita ton; Dr. 11. s HcQregor, Partning toni Julia Conatancer, Lincoln, Neb.; c. 11. Thurston, Santa Boss; .1. v. Hutchison, fiprlnger; Prances D, Null, OVER Cooking With Gas 1 n to you 5 if Albuquerque Gas, Eletlric Light & Power Company it if Art!. in 11 Fall N. J. It. l.ov . Jl Cedar Rapkls, towa; P, I., nmson, Seattle. Wash KvS 'ooke, laist m Vegas. M ii'a M l ooke, Isabelle t'ooke, K. Jonas, I'bda.l. Ipbia; .1. K. Mulb n, All. mpi. npic. Mi - V l. Join s. ilii J. t Sk.'lten. Mi-s l I'ox. All no Ha. ; William Ha. .m. Mis J. K. Win ters, AlblKlueruue Hi. .then tl. Kran-I . is and A JSSIph, Bernalillo; Mr. and Mis v i! Prlekett, Ralph Prtrkstt, Jr. Kansas t'.l. il S Mel jin.lu .. 1 Albuquerque; Roy Ballard, Iota, Ken.; I ii.icn Hanaker, Mar; Manaker, Dtek Sparks, Clayton, N l Max lloun trcc. Hartb tt. Tex ; Robert K. Lewis. Denver: w E Or off, Albuquerque, R0SEDALE MINING PROPERTY OFFERED TO PAY JUDGMENTS ISPlci o.p" N .a . ..sin , iouhnali Suit. i Ke. Aug Hi. 1'h" loopertyi of the Cosed ale Mining and MilHttl company at Rosedsle, Socorro county, is sdveftlsed for sale at the Booorto court house on Heptembef '., to satisfy ludgmenta for Its.IlM, the princi-1 pai eredltora being the Atbuqusrqus I (Found r and Macbins sliops, Ihe Ml Pasg Poundry and Mschlns eompsg) and the 1'nite.l BtatSs Trust company of Telle Haute. Indiana, lb. lattSf lalward W. an. I Mrs I. Hrown is to 1 be sold to nitinfy a judgment for; It.tSS.IO obtained by I'niled States Senator Albert II. Mall, and $:'S4.!t0 BIG CLASS AWAITING DENTAL EXAMINATION laPICIAl DISPATCH O. MOHNINfl lOURNALI ! Santa Me, Aug. It. The largest lass In the history of New M. xi.o, to .I., ihe . mmlnatlon lor admission tu iractlce dentistry in the state has alhered at Bants Pa tot the msetlni I Ihe slat,, hoard lomorrow, which .in I... iii session the remainder of the Nolnilcs VppolntOtt, Bants y, M. m.. Aug. in ov- ernor McDonald today nppoinied Herman n. Packet, ol Albuquerque: i' v. Barker, of Clo vis ! J I, Harrison, ot Tuoumcarl; j. .1. Browtse ami .1 11. RUtledgS, of i lnvlon; (. J, Happ, of Chama. notaries public HORLICK'S The Original MALTED MILK Union you say "HOrtUOK'S" you may got a Substitute. S CHFAPER than cooking by any other method. It is quick, clean, convenient and safe. If you appreciate a cool kitchen this summer have our representative call and explain our proposition :: PHONE NINE-EIGHT I (g "Crumble-proof" I i there are E six more in 8 rl Thp7-p,n Jum H Try 'this easy way to heal your skin with Resinol ringworm or Bimil.ir iirhing, red, gMtfhtly skiii all .a timi, baths the gore places with Ki sinnl Soap and , hot water, then k't titly apply a llttls Rcsmol Ointment You will he altortiihed how imtantly the J itctiitiR stops nnl hritling heginl. In most cases the sit k skin quickly bgCOttN clear and healthy again, . .it very little COSt gastsol lVtntnifr.1 inH Rrslnnt geuj sre sold i.y sll lU-jlcis m ...i.i luilrt guuds. BALDRIDGE LUMBER COMPANY PAROID ROOFING with 15 year guarantee