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What's New in New Mexico
SANTA FE GUIDE-BOOK ALLEGED CATTLE AND
ISSUED BY FEDERAL HORSE THIEVES ARE
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY ARRESTED IN VEGAS
THE NEWEST REMEDY FOR
0
TUFT PRAISES
STATE DISPLAY
AT SAN DIEGO
Inn) made a wondeful display, one that
would do ii world Of load, anil that
the baneffts would be felt for many
s
Quid I
trail on
rorM horse
11 ss 1 1 1 8ai
TO MEET WHILE
N1E1ISHERE
N feature of the great west
ore filled with tlu BPtrit and
hat he would not like
o buildlnc. tmt h' to
Kufi
iliment or
a tea kidae
and char
all) those of
y a . ireful
.pi.ul
far the best nf any state exhibit. 1
motion pictures of the military in
he Santa I'e trail. This famous Mt- rested BJ the same offk'tSl at KM
.....i i,ii,u.,.,. i,,,, mi mltoa torado, near lu re The tin n art
turn He agreed that this is ' i Rfltlv Which RpnlflcPS Section mally opettd for waon travel ai far iMreaenl time la undet thn
modern method of presenting coun-j uuu J ffiHWl nepiiitea orcuun " x whtl caravans o! If horee and cattle stealing
mple of your
i a Invalid'
ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. 1915.
BACKACH
RHEUMATISM
DROPSY
C ENCE SOCIETY
(-President Revisits New
Mpyicn Ruildtflff nnH Finds
Community s Progress Since
Statehood Praiseworthy,
SPECIAL COHUPONDINCI TO MO.N.hO JOU.NALI
Santa i'e. Sept. 25. Upon hi! to
ly this time, as upon his first
:
aition, and the various mil-
tth
nupm ..o.ii-(.
.f American '-
use.. Me sato it i
d t credit tf,
ii ki .. i ' ' i. I
ltd tnat ne nui
ill said i hit i ii waa dill' t' iit. am
nil i
""
onunenta on Hlator) Kxhlblt.
Mr Tuft aio commented on the his- j
he portraii of Gov. v. J, Mills, ins
ippolntee, and carefully read the in-
.MlKllel rill
the oldest church In
nun hum ..in. ..ill... i
per veins in the porphyry, He also
asked ., number of pertinent .stlona
.sits In the
Mi. Tafl then was shown the BUQi-
" s ""'
illy looked the beautiful room ovei
.in
in mutiny. u.i
d of the new museum building that I
,.. i i.i.i ,,, Uunlu ,. he seeiiiei
the entile stall
ml would attract I
de from all portions of the coun-1
opportunity.
Mr. Tafi regretted thai he could m
WOMEN CAN
HARDLY BELIEVE
How Mrs. Hurley Was Re-
stored to Health by Lydia ,',,
E. Ptnkham s Vegetable
Compound.
Eldon, Mo. - "I was troulile.l with
displacement, inflammation anJ femals
I weakness, roriwu
veara.coui.inot
stand on my feet
long at a time and I I',
could not walk two
blocks without as-1
during cutting uA j
drawing pains down 1
my right aide which
increased every
month. 1 have been
at that time purple
in the face and would "
walk the floor. I could not He down or I
.11 u,illUo,n,.tim for Hav and anient
at a time. I was nervour, and had very j
little appetite, no ambition, melancholy, ,
nnd often felt as though I had not a!
friend in the world. After I had tried ,
most everv female remedy without sue-
ceas. mv mother-in-law advised me to
take Lydia E. Pmkham a Vegetable
Compound. I did so and gained in j
strength every day. 1 have now no
. trOU-
hie in any way and highly praise your
medicine It advertises itself." Mrs.
S. T. Hi'RLEY, Eldon, Misaouri.
Remember, the remedy which did
this wus I.ydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound. For sal" everywhere.
It has helped thousands of women
who have been troubled with displace
ments, inflammation, ulceration, tumors,
irregularities, periodic pains, backache,
that bearing down feeling, indigestion,
und nervous prostration, after all other
means have failed. Why don't you try
it? Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co.,
l ynn, Mass.
San Diegl
I 1 1 . . II. ,-, .1
IllMMit I. Oil ll... tMllM .lit, .1,1 ll ioI
worthy of i
plcturea and I am wen pleased wtthu
iite entire method of display,
noon in lilt" building and was pli
immensely, especially with the an
service and the mineral exhibit.
Wonderful as arc the ..'suits ai I
t oloiiijition M;
ike Pi
.rresoondence with a colonisation
, , , , , .
iterprlae which wishes to locate
! Absrnathy, of Roy, who comet
,-,, ., section of Mora, county when
RuMlans aniJ Polea hay located.
M """ h ,'1"'IS"'1 WUh "'" """,l'",f'i
employed in advertising the agrlcul-j
iliv.l resources of the state.
iy tar exceeoed ms f'xiln 1,1
lie pronounceu tne ,e. ,,es .i
tines ,,f eastern New Mexico Rood
. ... ... , .,, i
th,. Pecos valley. "You are
ids in B most S8
tor'
Engineers Ire Pleased.
Several prominent engineers and
tpltallsts have returned to Ban
thusiastie ai". ill th.
tunlties of which the had
Ham psl
ml North f
.1.1 about ti
later, tne ihksi " i
building including! Oscar u ;:"
forth, Hurley; Miss Kate .lames. Miss
Anna U Wilson, Carlsbad; Harry u.
Mrs. Harry CI. Harin, flav-j
Harm,
Delia E. Moi l. . v. ida neater, f.
"''"-Mhi.,. mis. w. a. '"'""- '"
n s. Senatoi Thomas B, ( atron, John
John Karon
Koy. r. lain, OH"", y
p. Howe, silver CUy; Oaonei """jiraHs," "Womi
.a..... ..,.! r.iiiii v A i nun in I. ue, an
Oenrge s. Tweedy, Banta re; Jack I
Hteenburg, Albuquerque; A. ''""''
Pedro: William II
me George
H (Her. Bllvel
C r Hill. Mr.
, Mr. and Mrs. I hoinas . u .
mi Mrs. i", K. Rodrli , Albuquer
que. Vrchbold Prai-c- Building.
! John p. Archhold nf the Standard
j , , nsrty of friends
' Ml . "III I'" ".' '
v.. 1, Mexico building at
I visited the New Ml H O ll
I San lii.'uo and was loud in his praise
for the archil, cture ana mi. ui. p"
it In
"I'll
ter." be declared,
iilfelellt Ho HI W
I lias eve. oe'
,te al an PXpOl
display and ll
mrv in the H
before by n
Hon, The minei
archaeology and
, a . ,.1'i.ors it
Mr. An)
hold and his companions es -hilly.
Wesley liradlield. sis.ant In th"
Museum or New
new lecture BSC)
. noon "ti 'h
. V. Ilnu
., . i - ..,..,.., .. .ew ,ii'.
,,,,,,,,,,, d.
,.,,. (llis BUmmer al Otowl
... .,, c.,. Marcos, in the Bit.
lo( sYUoles, In the M imbrex vsl
jp.. a1 tne Mesa V'ei
de and other
points. He n
:, , 1 1:. audience of I
4,.v intereaieo
people who invariant? aeewn
Ihey ill K" N", w '"
lor I
for i
ml will sia mo i
un enure summei
. irrrp IAJRITFS ON
blAUt - .ttt WnilLO Ul
CREDIT IN 'SYSTEM'
tAl
ganta Ps. Sept.
Btnuffer. for several
0 lrie New Mexican I
rlntlng companj
a fV. but who lasi year re
tunic. I to his former mum .
P.eth
loin. HI. I" m" re
ibinest wholesale grocery m
eastern Pennsylvania, comuoo.-s ....
artiiieon - Whyit Psys to Hold CredH
in Cheek," In he September numnei
Of "System.- S business magSSins
published at Chicago. It IS part "f an
address deliiered before the national
. .....i . mumh
convention lit wnmeiwie """"
... . a
state AM Gtaaatao.
Santa t", eg- M. The depart-
msnt of education today approved the
iPI
.plication for state aid ol . iisiiii i
giddy ..unity
No. 112, Roosevelt
county. 14, Kin Arriba County, and.
t7. San Miauel county, each reoetvins
tM toward a new school bnilding.
fiaS iniereSIing rrOgrami
Would Save Old Missions,
IUC'IL (llfONOlml IO MOH"ifl JCLBHIl
Banta . Bept. 23 The New steal
'
in. ii aaaoclatlon convention at AI
buiieriUe Thankagivlnf week it
Iteachars and profesaon who teach
1 " ., . ' , , ., .,
Humbert ofthe state coHegl who
.'" .,'''' .''"! ,Jf? Sf
aooM so. .in" u.iuii- i mw .-.in '"-"
. ,. .. tmm
I ins pictures In the Palace of the Qov
ernols.
To Pmted CM MIssloB, ; ' , .
Rev. Prldolln Schuster, a Franciscan t0 '""'.."'V !', towns which
father in charge of the mission 'h'';hyV!h.V1r.ndow. h Man gild-
Oil the Rock Of A na, bU formerly ""' ntereattna aeo -
ii,, oroteei the mission churche
Aeoma and Laguna Which ar
,.. ,, .... , .., ...
-
U,''nK
deliver-jromjng rapidly from the frequent
i 1 1 1 1 llwclliim- . lionised.
The Denver RlO Grande railroad.
raising the value of the cliff
ie nip from Denver to Sa.ua Pe and!
return, which takes in the cliff and
an pueblos. A rate of $'JS has been
aile lor tne 1 ,. mi. -mile nip, nn'ii
will take four days, a beautifully
printed folder entitled "How to Reach
the Ancient cnfi' Dwellings" la being
listributed by the thousand by the
railroad. The trip is also advertised
up the menu cards on the diners,
which are illuminated with pictures
, th0 eliff dwellings.
inll,r,5lin,, ., interested nsrtv
. . .-,, .., nari
Barnes, of Philadelphia; Mrs. Joseph
.ion. mill Miss Oertrudt
Huebsch, of New York City, win. an
with i party ..r five traveling In the
nt .,. ,.,. ,
t hi- author
if "Wh
wledgt
in In Modern Society,"
studies in Education," two vol-
d professor of education al Leland
Stanford
vro friends ..f John P. Harrington,
dthnologlst of the museum, al the
iinheralty of Michigan. They made
arrangements to attend the summei
Si hool h I a dSXI ' ar.
The follow ing I euist t cil al the mil
HPUn;i.
J, II. Tallman, Houston, Tex. j V. P,
Crowell and wife, st 11 ;i it . Neb ; V. 11
Miller, Persia, la ; Henry Erwln, W'al
ter It. Krwin ChbaKo Walter I'fer
London; Mrs. Joseph Fela, Philadel-
phla; Kan Harms, Philadelphia; Qer-
truda Huebsoh, New fork 'ity: Jay
Cochran, w L Jewett, Pittsburgh,
Pa.; k. p Humbert, Stnte College; f
James M, Carlos, Terrs Haute, tnd,;
Charlotte Muckenhaupt, Poughkeep-land
sic. N. v.. J. I''. Luthy, Mrs. John It. I
ClaSS, Mrs. J, f. LUthy, BstellS Lulhv. I
R, PYed Luihv. Albuquerque; Ft, B. ;
Smith, viiiisci. la.. p,.,!ro Alderete,
P. J. chapman. Newton. Kan Charles
W. Snider, ... II Soldi r. Red River;
UNUSUAL POINT IS
RAISED BY PUEBLO
INDIAN CLAIMANT
in a land eoiiicst heard before l'nlted
Stales Commissioner Melvln T Dun
ns retains his interest in the commun
ity grant? Santiago Pens, aged ll
years, a graduate of tha United Htstea
Indian Industrial school, raises the
question in a contest against a Bsndo-I
vai county man wm. na- eincreo lanos
which gens clafeita his tathsi had
settled upon ami to Which be had I
prior rights. The Santa Kv bind of
fice decided aif.iinst tin Indian but
upon appeal the general land offl e j
Lo.l the rime l.acU for lieu- h ca ri 11 If on
-"
the ground that the register of tne
Banta fe land office, Frank Delgade,
iH a relative of the contestee. The I
fact that the contestant is a Puetib. I
in.Man utn, nai ;in iiii.tmi iii in.' miii
Ipellpe Pueblo land art
Pi cai of age, claiming through bl"
father, is a most Interesting fu. tor in
the contest,
gents ft The old eravan consisted
f twenty-six waaona. each dtawu by
A day' i journey Wai about fifl
was already haxardona enough
Kv .
id its ph
dence, Ho., to Santa Ke w.is started,
' '' ,tu. ,. ,,,,,,, Ttl,.
, hnrged $ u em h for the trip, in
'"'' 'ai. Th. preaenl Banta V
l'nlted states geological survey, t
-
l""111' rles oi
western guide
i i he Henri i he Hants r
book is w hoi Is popular In style, al-
.., , ,i ,.i, ,..,,i,i nitiM
th. ereat ntalna countrs was a hum
tnd flgx, and in the waters of whlen
monstrous bengta disported, Enormout
i hail a mralt.
. ItWu and huae
, , , , ,,,,
noiaur hunted ,.., ami gorged up
their fh'sh. Th
hfj buttB,0 .,,, n, ,,,
The volume is Well Illustrated am
contains topographic maps roverln
the entire none, so placed thsl lb
nader can unfold them one by on
and keep OB. ll ill ISW w hile he i
reading the text relating to its ami
.,, tk. .,,.. ii,.,.. I.l.., ,fi th. mnlin.
, ,, . , ,
('""! i"'s. vaiievs. streams and mln-
eral-produclnl areas tn..,. the ear
window.
The Bants f Quids Book
llle superintendent of .1"
.... smnue
SAN M GUEL C T ZENS
JOIN TAX ASSOCIATION
hkcki cdhiiponoikci 10 moio louMiii
''' we vegas, .n. m.. hepi. is.
Kaal Las Y.'Kas, N. M . Hi pi .
i an enthusiastic meeting Tue
ik'hl in l.ehall' of the New Mi
K Tuesday
Taxpayera' association, thai bodj
1 ,n
ned several a. nal memben
, several Inter. tddn
Fred O, Blood, presldeni oi
Commercial club, opened the mi
introducing Charloa A, Bpleaa t
dtina
rinanclfll rondltlona ..f the state
and the relation of the league to them
He said llial running expenses prsctl-
call) had doubled alnce statehood was
mantel The laxpayers' league bad
ins lis aim. be stated, tin bringing
moi
the
loth
I atat
adminlstrutl
... in. ..I datrl
pose the promotion of efficiency
the slste government, Hp less declared, I
cherishes the aim ..r bringing
about the enactmeni "f legislation Santa fa, Bept, ill I P Hmlthers,
which Will result ill complete an. II. on of Denver's political leaders, who
suitable assessment throughout Ihelwaa killed in an iini.imoi.ii' accident
state, so that all classes of property this week, was well-known In Hants
The speaker stand that the league I New Mexico w iii headquarters al Al-
would employ an expel) win. will bUQUerqUe.
n the state in regard to assessments
l"w.CenaXtornjohr48 Clark,
nember of the finance committee of
he upper house ..f the last stati legis -
attire, apoks in favor ..r the league.
'ha rhs ' I reem lay, i.r .1. M. Cunning-
nobis ami iiisiiiet Attorney . luiiics and across the continent, convlnc
vV .; War.i also spoke in support ofjthat business is picking up and 1 1
the organisation. Dr Cunningham, conditions renernlh showed marl,.
membership of the league in Ban Mi-
fUel county.
'
Ills Rest Was liroken.
n n Wright, Rossment, ffth.,
wr(i: ..,.-, n,u, nix months 1 wss
bothered with shooting and continual
. .,-, ,nV kldnevs.
,. i.roU..,, neailv everv
nl(?ht ljy fr,v.uX action of my kid-
j advised bv mv doctor
. ae. A nni. .. rn
W iry eoiey rveii.e. I ion nnu one
Mn( bm, rna(1, a ve man 0f mt .
, ,., W)1Vs recommend 9of Kid -
ntty viUH f,,r j ,niJW they are good."
TM splendid remedy for baekaeas,
rheuittatlini, sore muscles and swol-
ten Joints contains no habit form
drugs. Bold everywhere.
K.-'.IN from Inn i nil tt unl Ada
that It has been working on for morel
"lan ' " " "
ted lu re l.v l i
iff ri
John Panki its, yesterdey pleaded
umity when arraigned before Justice
mimed the cattle tn August, 114. i-
tet lie i am, arross them on the r.
la" 1
ir it. who later bad disappeared
Yesterday Lewis and his wits visited
NORMAL UNIVERSITY
JOINS RANKS OF THE
CTATC CAIQ PnfiQTCDQ
DiniK I nut Hvvwihi.u
rday ol in
boosters al .. tatherlni
held
, ,,
v Agricultural Agent n it
11 lies, WHO IS W'OI Klim Hi I OOMII1M.I-
with the S.in Ml
mlttee, urged the suite Instltutloi
enter an exbii.it of th work don.
" " "'"" ' h,W
I Mt. W. E flortner and Mrs 11
dressed the students relallVI
Ions' hold arts exhli.lt.
the country districts. One of the chit
items received recentlj w..s an sxhlb
formerly wt
"l nilue but lately it has been used
for msklng soap and various clesnslng
FIRE COMPANY WANTS
CITY TO TAKE OVER
BUILDING IN CAPITAL
.ii
' "
em brick structure w it I accommoda
f(. ,,. apparatus,
aatherlngs
b.n is bad. if iou have dix7. sp.
lent, the city
lj locsted ami ad -
mi of the cathedral
t ' ill o the nr. .1111. 1 loi im t'li tin nut'
preaenl plaza. There Is an
mdeiitedni'SB of $ mm on the build
.
PDAnr ot-T cno MCUI
unnuc OCi run mi-vv
PAVING IN CAPITAL!
lasaaiaii eossaaeoaaaaea to moskims jcuhvi
1 1
a i
'line from San I'l-m
the capitol h idS, Stale Eng
.lames a French being in i hari
the work.
QrOVeS' Senleili e llil on . I
llle State VI
Was Kimuii iii Neii Mi
nUdrtftl I Y SlblNt) Ant
SEEN EVERYWHERE!
. -
1 MON,NO J(,UN,U , usseswissi
I Washington, HepI L'-i F, Delano,
vice governor f the federal reserve'
prosperlt) were notlceabl. from ii.
I Pacific coSSt all I In way east Wil I'll
and that wai orders, mori buying b
railroad nd nthei faet.
sponslbh
I
Unslng floss rlshliig,
i Watel town, N- IT., Sept 23. Hole
I ' " ecretari of state, today n
i " r""" Washington dispatch.
i v '"' reference to holli the Mexlcll
anil K II l' ll lea o situation and sl.e.
. -
some time in going over them. bat.
1 ,H' u' "' "ehlng on Ukc Ontario wil
, ,"" wherln law, formei Hecretar;
kte John Poster. Hecretarj i. ... In
; ..!" " i
Wimt n hlirh pnola oiiil'y? Or II. I
lo-urr srsds el SsrvsStst MhU,. SSI "t It. i' I
ni SStSSSSS "f Hi Jeurnsl.
A Simple Way to
Remove Dandruff
i oe, and that is to dlssohe It, tl
I you destroy II entlreli To do II
it at ntniit when retiring! use enough
to moisten the scalp and rub it IB
Kenth v. itli th'- flngl i tip-'
dandruff win be gone, and three or
-" ppllcations will complei
ind entirely destroy,
nub' Ntgftl and tTSCfl of it, no in itt
dw much dandruff you may have '
I K lossy, silky and snii unl lo..k
; feel a hundred times better.
BE BEAUTIFUL
Ever ' Aotnaii fan lie as t bnrinlnj;
tin she desires. "ladies' t'yelopedls
of Health and Beauty" tells all the
beauty secret employed bv all fam-
FREK while they lust.
WILSON BALES OOMTAiri
Dept. a.. Los Ingdes, Mtfnras)
OUR BIG DAY
Everybody Came to See Us.
Unl pel son tel
urative qualltl
tlcularl) ail constipated peopi,
ir.v raw law I... Milne I'lll-. II
sins tion correct m. lines, i.m an
school the i -is , .very da
Inanatural way, If your comphu
I If you a.e Illinois an. I If you haw
Impure h
1 1.'
j win be returned, No griping, no
wasksnlng affect, just a pleaaant,
u i ul the use of tlm old fasl
cathartlca, which s ir and dfblll
- ! Uta. if you have an ... h pain ..
am kin. I. v.m bettei coma in and tr
one ol Uunyon a Retnedlaa. Also don
furgal thai . are carrying his Wit.
Rasel So..p. the best toiial SOSP av.
,
..... . I list unl ...Ll l ie. Ii l
(,., 23 West Ceutrsl; It. 1C i m-. SOU
tVest (eiinal.
Peaches and Cream!
Doesn't the thought of them
make your mouth water?
Why not get strength as well
as palate-pleasure by eating
them with
SHREDDED WHEAT
The filmy, porous shreds of
baked whole wheat give palate-joy
as well as stomach
satisfaction. In Shredded
Wheat Biscuit you get the
strength -giving, body -building
elements of the whole
wheat grain in a digestible
form.
A perfect meal without kitchen
worry or work. Heat one or more
biscuits in the oven to restore crisp
ncss ; cover with sliced peaches and
serve with milk or cream.
Delicious Wholesome Satisfying
J without a ii i i'M'Hm In
I . ,,, I
iiM ii'. i 1 1 ; i i . i Mlt.
THIS iK.R
ALBUQUERQUE
MONDAY, A
OCTOBER-
HI i l ilt RIO PR! I ItM I It V
noon rs
'Oi t!;. shoe grounds before the
hm show begins. There'll be am
pie time after 'he parade to set
dlnnet and then I" the groUBdg to
he free lest urea,
PI RFORM n I Hut Its
I M 7 P. M
ONIVHIAI WIID NIMAI CHKU1M CAVTrl
65
EDUCATIONAL. AMUSING
IIIKILUNG ANIMAL ACTS
65
GrtitiiltifiKtr
sarat l Wild
Animal Training
24
Af III AN U0H
IN NI ACT
60
lions, Ttggft, Isopjards Puma. Ufissw.
40 OHtrly. rn, llacsi ansl PUr
). Hra at ftaati and tea liana,
Ilagthanla, Camat. I abtea.Iunua, Hanfa-
raa. Ouiant Outanga, Mnava, 0ga. OMta,
lie. All lialnag) la l'
5BG PEOPU
tntiaun Pi nuiur
tunnimsLtitunnj
Glittering, Mile Long Street Parade at 10:30
TWO I'lmuSMANCCS DAILY ,
FAYW00D HOT SPRINGS
For itbeiiinatlam, Stomach Trou
bles, Kidney Ailments, Inflamma
tions, Arterial Hardening, Loco
motor Ataxia, Nervous Hreaktog,
to. Perfect Treatment. Perfect
Miniate, Health, Pleasure, Irgt
VIodsrn Hotel, liooklet.
t c. M.i.i.KMi.n,
Ksywsod, r M
uon,, m 550
ears, e.'lR -,.mlm
Ride VriT
Horses 'es
60n 600

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