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What's New in New Mexico Most Eminent Medical Authorities Endorse It Al THROTTLE OP E.P.&S.W.TRAIN A New Rt ney, Bladder and all Uric Acid Troubles L I TURNS FORD OVER CATTLEMEN TO MEET TWICE IN TWELVE TO BACK ROADSMEN"S HOURS AT LAS VEGAS PLEA FOR LAND GRANT E COMPANY WILL SEND SEVERAL MEN TO JACKSONVILLE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 17. 1915. DEAD MAN S T UNA ROAD ON ssu c HEAVY MAJORITY u 1 Credit Voted by People Demiflg Community ; Sui roundins DistrictSi nf .IPCCIAL COMIIMNDINCI TO MONNlNa JOU.NAI.l N. M. Sept. spei ial stintiat ana wc east, south and the geographic radiate over ev nth tin's.' main II nee, furnishing a icrfeet system of highways. in connection with the state high ray commission, it is intending to iplld an oast and West toad ennnect- Bg at the Borderland route through his i ounty The riv er crossing for he Borderland highway probably till he a complete viaduct which will idd much to the beauty of th,. road nd its scenic effect. The people of he county have shown that tin y de le good roads and it Is tho intention if the I. una county toad board to sec h of this work, though small additions may have to be made and some ex- tuitiu mini In neeessarv to out 'hi' present machinery In first data con dltlon. I I'll,, road system i-ontomiilated in i.tina county win com extensive mining dlstrlc county of Qrant, w with tin of I ravel irom "to mining camps, tn journey soon mas a few hours. FATAL FIGHT AT THE EPWORTH LEAGUE BASE OF RUMORS OF RIOTING Santa re, Seii in. -Today witness- n arrived from southern Santa Pe county to testify in the case of the! state against I li-year-old Merle Willi- I mi'i', charged with the murder of Henry Madid.-, aged 18, as the result of a fight whirh started In the Sun- I'tmg oi the tspworin ll.iv mil U'liooiel usee Madoie waslemlnenl in the Dau lit over the head with I American Revolution, ouths were employed I traveled extensively i on the farms of their father. MANY NEW SCHOOLS IN GRANT COUNTY lCIL COIItWfONOlNCI TO MBWNO JOOH4L , Santa Kp, Sept. I ii Miss Isabel j....!,,.... Kekies, superintendenl of schools fori, vjs Oranl county, reported to the depart-i ' menl of education todas that new!"'1""" scl l buildings had i n erected sake, during Hie stimmei at Jackson. Man-j Wall, i gtis, Buckhorh, snd Richmond, whllejagencj the other rural school bulWlngt have I )C leen generally overhauled ami re"club paired. A new Silver t'll!' waul ' Duuotngi Known as i o .- has been completed al a COS) of $10, U00. MRS. LYON'S ACHES AND PAINS Have All Gone Since Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- j etable Compound. Terre Hill, Pa.-" Kindly permit me to give you my testimonial in favor of Lydia r.. finanam s Vegetable com pound. When I first began taking it 1 was suffering from female troubles for some time and had almost all kinds of aches pains in low- !! i0lStSS ing down pains. I ... . ....i, snd couiii hot. .F had no appetite. Since 1 have taken Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound the aches and pains are all gone and I feel like a new woman. I cannot praise your medicine too highly. ' 'Mrs. Augustus Lyon, Terre Hill, Pa. It is true that nature and a woman s I work has produced the grandest remedy Tor woman's ill? that the wonci na ever known. From the roots and herbs of the field, Lydia E. Pinkham, forty years ago, gave to womankind a remedy for their ieculiar ills which has proved more efficacious than any Othat combination of drug9 ever com- pounded, and today Lydia E. Pinkham's V e trc table Comnound is recognized from coast to coast as the standard remedy lor woman s ins. In the Pinkham Laboratory t Lnn, Mass., are files containing hundreds of thousands of letters from women seek ine health many of them openly Stata over thetrown signatures mat mey nave regained their health by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound; and in some cases that it haa saved them from surgical otierations, m,. .ii. j. . ... ii a IIClll CDKmiPOtOlHCi TO M jakma OU.NAl. Kant l..is Vegas. . M . Sept. It. ertui ning Ins Kurd moist-r twice within twelve houiM. s rinuslv injur i UK hms.-lf an. I his wife on the se, niiii ci aston is the racoM of Juan Verio. , NT agon Mound barber, who figured in a Lad m id, nl here y -st-iil.i Yerl.v and his wife were in the ill!" I the former driving rapidly, ftoinK alonj th Hot Springs Loulevard The was traveling la the street I automobile car liniks attempt aching st ig till' 1IU side Willi .1 s arm and broke sustained aeveral 1 about the head I iiy received sev - Itches about tlii- '. I ! though neither was not damaged ROAD TO MOGOLLON IS BEING REBUILT BY PRIVATE INTERESTS :tIClAL COmitlPONDKNCI TO MO. NINO . Ol NL' Santa iv. ft. m.. Sept. 11. With adequate funds on hand With which to reconstruct those sections of the Silver City-Mogollon highway which were damaged last spring, work has been begun repairing ibis important artery of commerce to the ion Bold Camp ninety mile from this city and within a few Weeks Iho toad will be oni- of the i.i-st state highways In Ihe -jue money for rt has been provided i silver of till inoss nun. membei hamber ; a stal- isury of part of lllll't'. win if Magol I With the early commencem I work on a bridge, at ross t In Hint QilS at IhC Old fori West i . ling, near Cliff, the heretofore dan gerous crossing at certain season ol the year will be overcome ami traffli 1 made possible Ihe year around nvej this road. NUMEROUS VISITORS SEE STATE MUSEUM nali ioebi ou is, I yes- Va , , the I has : is i one time da WISS l.el.l M't letl. . mil who Europt spending a few n ill Santa Pe She a member of tin I Sty Of Now Alcv Archaeolo o yestetd to the Rl enay On it the Itcaril county. r, of the Prlars'lfor twentj second (ee fi t. and Mr. and j creek and Iron i I'eeli f,.r ,t New fork, to- i i. r.oti horse power and for lie Butler Parker, I mining purposes; from ited the Atlantic i Kail, of Lake Valley, Blerra n yesterday, while j 1.4 second feet from Mn. i ,,f Seattle, lepie- j irrigate lMn acres; from P ' of Lake Valley, for I 7 ew tors ' B. Norton gather with Mrs. n roast at the mill Mrs. Max V, Bon sented ihe coasl Those who rei i Moore, Hattoi Brawner, Danvlll Martin- i eel ha m. ! Mrs. P. i Blgman.jl Truitt, ..f Hagerman, for Isabelle VI Piper, W.lfeei from the Pellx, to irriga .nga. i k In . ; Hr Leo i acres by P limping; from Itom ii. Beardsley, Mrs. A. I barrl, of Xlerra Amarilla, for chi' ago. Courtenay I oad feel from tin. Brasos, to I Iter pell, Norfolk, Va.;ft0 acres; from Robert s. Jep leorge n. Beach, De- Arroyo Hondo, for a second foi I'M"' , st. uouis; Beardsle) i it ps. Miss la l.i Mr and MM 1 trolt, Mi'h.; M ind Ml ilax V. 1 1,1 Wal- I lllce Rlcha w , Hudson, H, Sher- i tenver . arles P. Henry Avon. Pe man, Denver! Randolph Han Mugler, Buffalo, FOURTH CUTTING OF ALFALFA IS MORE THAN . . Tn.. Tn ru A Hi- H IUI IU LMUti nuiiL MirOKOINCI TO HOUNINO JOUSNALI Artesia, N. M Sept. I. M Winans, owner of the show farm. "Al-1 fadaf?, located seven mlll SOUtneast i of Vrtasis has completed his fourth I, , ,. This 11U -,Ve him ninety-two tons of eh.,1... Imv from his seM iili -five acres i The season Is still open and in all i... ,. Hi... ,!,.. ...Ill l... on. or two. Lr .uttlflf. of hAl this season. "Al-1 fSdale" is on- of the finest improved 'sta mil farms in Ihe PeOOS valley and is de-1 sna th voted exclusively to alfalfa- Not fcorpora the hay Is used on the farm except I for the horses needed to work It, all heini k"ts. hipped t. W1 LLI A MS BOOSTING FOR K. P. SANITARIUM iounaii ItPtClAL COHtlDNOlN .ration 1 Sunt i Fe. Sept. ,. ' ,',,,,,.. .ini, 11 Williams left ! AlbtKiueniu.- and So cm ro to , n,. Knights of l'. Una- ttn-i H(, is working hard to locals the proposed K, of P. sar.it. irium In New Mexico, tK-tober during the Live Mock ami Products exposition, to work out plans for . loser (,, operation anions tho to. kni.-n Thr matters of obtain ms mere mazing land from I he fed eral government and Letter IMM from the stait .,ls. will he considered The committee in charge of lha ar- l a ngeni-iits is C L II. ill. Walker and C C Tannel h.u I. I' Ibly lilt- most vital idl'l d ll i.. bualneaa ea rofltably in pas n range. Hot mi a given are I properly fate carried men Who want grant or land t drainage of lh education. The lend, which aftei i lassifii'd. shall than II ii ii at it a l'ii million ai re I loll. Hl 'lit loll of Carlsbad Rami Islts iv 'arlsbad. N II . Bent, in Tea . to till with the Iti tgemeir Thou meni t fori ti held ll MUCH INTEREST TAKEN IN DISTRICT SCHOOLS flF Qill ITHFRM Q&WTA PC u I y vs I . . w , , 1 1 , r , i . Carlsbad, i met est In p i n Bants F Madrid ai promising s i has four teachers ' Kiln l Thompson at tins MlMlTht ti' i l mi Bessie Wisdom, principi Public school iiiiisii the derrilloa school bt lar wmk with domest manual training. The teachers have si ing room to he used Iiy night Bt ho.,1 and as a I been pined in the newly tunhlshe assembly room, brings high class it at ruction and entertatnmenl to pupil and patrons. The addition ,.f the ma chine is a great incentive to bette attendance among pupils The teachers of Sun Pedro, Qoldei Kennedy, (iallsteo. Madrid and 1 ' I rilios have organised a dlstriei ass. elation, held ui MANY APPLICATIONS FOR WATER RIGHTS RECEIVED! PICIAL CONHf PONOCNCE TO MORNING lOUBNAl s.i ii i n Pe, Sept t Appllcatlot for water rights were received lod.i from Earl t '. ( 'lev eland, of Mogolloi Will.. I temfi Mimbl inn lilt- the Ki" II lo. lo irrigate I 20 BUSH RECEIVES THREE CORPULENT SALARIES , .,....!,,.. , TO MORN I NO jnuKNA Santa l'c .Sept. ((.According the siate corporation commission, p Bush, win. visited Bants Ps n ft days ago with a number of inch . flciala of the Qould systi j a salary of $ 1 S.OO0 a y-ar i i of the St. Louis, Iron : ' Southern ra llway, iiesid ' alarynsp. not ti pni of th I lag station I- Desired, ' ' ' P. 1 ine aia r- Ii i , i c i r n i request tor trie estaniishment or a fialtn naca a station al.oiit six miles west of Null, lilting the Sierra count; Th- mission hi miccic,, tin- ,.eopie maaing ine -- 'l"' st to pW Ill- I'd las. mal petition, stern rallwa) th ilhw, today formal!) refused ti re ite establish a R. L Hudson's statement K. f!. Hudson, Chambles, Cs., writes: "Last year I bought and tried Foley rathartle Tablets I hgva tried i many cathartics, but for a thorough L.I-...I- i ,.( th. hnwei. ' without the slightest Inconvenience or I islrkening. I believe the Polsy at hart - i Ik Tahh't the best on earth. It's feet cathartic, with no bad effects." Everybody suffers occasionally from indigestion or coiUKipanon, so ir Hudson's experience Is worth remem bering, .tout persons say these tab lets relieve that "heavy" feeling. Hold everywhere. Santa re, S. pt lk S ami members ..r Comi Mrn o national guard 1 lag .on tor Ihe national Jackson iii' Ma . have 1 lag to i e often and are gOOd shou jnts S v . i ,il mem be i h of Coropans r plendld at oree nd Han ,i tekaonx tile bj aeveral it nesaing t he boj i i" at i tiottal itn t ompat iieorea made membera oi MM) yards, Hena Idea, Gorman, it. James Kara. f il'n TOURIST SUPPOSES INDIANS PRAY WHEN HE SEES WINNOWING! M OND mummmt tin window Is waived today Pueblo thrtm Indian ii isletn I III . sill wheal Wlunoi i and siin'l in Hit- i . i . i wap I lll'ii! state, mt light on its Indians then ot Hi teemed i. i assum LACK OF CLOTHING KEEPS CHILDREN OUT OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS liPKCAL COHRlt"ONOtNCI TO MOBHINO JOUNAL. Carlsbad, n. m., s. pi. i i The Hep. ember lefnn of the dlstl it 1 t ouri foi Kddy counts will bl readit to hear lury ases today. jTesterday n number of nen Indicted tot not send Ins then hlldren lo school appeared In court tnd pleaded guilty Various exi uses .vcr,. offered, atnong others thai lhe lid noi have the money to buy suitable loiiiing foi their i hlldrt ii Tin' first Important Jury case to h leard is the case again si Martin s'tnii. it p, of Artesia, charged with assault with intent to kin This pi Ises to ,e a hard fought case, W It. P Stole tnd g, D. Stennls, Jr., appearing for lie defense it will be rememhi i ed hat on the last of Januar. tins year Olinn Stall, in. she) j r.. i lotion, it , dtou and her BOY ANNEXES TOYS BY AID OF A FISH POLE i onnitpoNOiNi i Las Vestas. N. I olc. proprietor of t he las steam laundry and a former re it of AlhuqugrQUe, espied a youn - busily engaged in lifting expel mechanfi al toys from the it ir of the Ball) i urid store her Stuffing them in a sai l, prepnri , lorv to making Ins "net awn'' t'o .BJgr!?bW ihe bo?, bul he fa'tcr ei ! 'aped. n Cole had visited Ihe laundrj eai ll eivvdlthan usual and was gUMim the "ant elver lover" to the week s wash. As i in A I glanced down the alley at the real yngthe laundry ami on which the li.nl. xh( I slot , stands, he - iw the jroutli i 'nl , I made after him ami caught hold if. I him He also grabbed the bag of toj 1 inn finding thai he could nol hoi it he latter, t lop sin .1 iakt H with h fish nuiiioc, u toi had notl had bi tit fisher as yet of III irehendi . nsnTrn STATF AID IS GRANTED FIVE SCHOOL DISTRICTS or education today granted III IP to the following school districts: No. It. Union county, 1350; No. tt, lag Miguel colllltv, tr.ll; Nos. S ami I, iliifidalune . oiintv. t3Sfl each, and No. .liii MONUMENT TO FATHER OF MODERN MASONRY PROPOSED IN CAPITAL a pit. 1 1 v. Ii' o CLAYTON FAIR SUCCESS DESPITE RAINS WHICH SPOIL RACING PROGRAM trded tt rganl i nsl exhibition t NOT GUILTY VERUICT IN CONSPIRACY CASE BEFOREFEDERALCOURT INJUNCTION AGAINST TREASURER WILL BE HEARD SEPTEMBER 25 TAFT GUEST OF HONOR AT STATE BUILDING; fllllcl I, CLASSROOM WORK IS BEGUN AT MISSION SCHOOL IN SANTA FE HEINZ Tomallb tFree from Denzoate of Soda. Brings out tlic real flavor of other food and adds the delicate reJish of frciii, red-ripe tomatoes. It is delicious. On. of th, 57 FAYW00D HOT SPRINGS Cor Rheumatism. Btomach Trou bles, Kidney Aliments. Inflamma tions, Arterial Hardening. Loco motor Ataxia, Nervous Itresklng, tc. Psrfsct Treatment. Perfect rilmste, Health, I'leasura, lrs Modern Hotel. Ilooktet. t. O, HellKltMorr. Faywexxl, ."' M BE BEAUTIFUL I Every A'omgn Can lie as linrnung t us she desires. "Utdles' Cyclopedia t of Health ami Heautv" tells n tin. fam- henun secrets eiiipliiod Iiy all mis beautit s ludi ipunaabls to i women who desire to lie ohaiiuit KHKH wiuie they last. WH.son HALED t ( MT UTI ii. pt. . Los Angelea, t 'alifnroia MOW Tastes good, is good Not everything that tastes good is good for you, but when you eat SHREDDED WHEAT With Peaches and Cream you treat yourself to palate joy and stomach comfort, and you get the maximum of nutriment with the least tax upon the digestion. Heat one or more Biscuits in the oven to restore crispnesi; cover with sliced peaches and pour over it milk or cream and sweeten to suit taste. Try it for breakfast Eat it for lunch Serve it as a dessert for dinner ImiI Ol n v I tot Mel lr. 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