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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 5. 1915.
THREE What's New in New Mexico is SETTLERS FLOCK BT SCORES 10 GURRY GOUNTY Greatest Boom in History of Eastern New Mexico Now Being Experienced; Hard Times Absolutely Unknown. . ..II.DNUIN.I 1 MOHNI SO . lhi iitlement has furry county expei 1 uccd such ii n influx of settlers as she , , .. Mem ing this fall. Seldom does dav pass without bringing anywhere rom a dozen to fifty hnmeseekers . rt from all parts of the north and asl And, having looked the count) ver, they generally buy. as a person aiinot very well take a trip through county, view the beautiful and well improved farms that have bci n wrought out of what a few years ago was virgin sod. witness the bountiful i rops still Ulihal'M sled and hear n -liorts of the yields of crops already gathered, without realising that this is truly a land flowing with milk ami honey and that a man w ho is looking for a farm located amidst the most ideal surroundings need go no further. l,oal real estate men report great ac tivity in real estate transfers, partic ularly farm lands, and the transfer this fall -will be the in the history of the county. There may have been hat and 1 usiness depression elsewhere, but they are unknown here. The wheat crop this year yielded all the way from twenty to forty-five bushels an acre, one farmer producing some thing over 7,000 bushels. Most of this wheat is being held and will not be put on the market until it is believed price has been reached iffir and fcterila were pro abundance and the farmers ing good prices therefor. Is great building Activity In and throughout the county, which had a stock of luni lent to ordinarily run them the winter, sold out weeks were compelled to re-order. strings of wagons may be seen wending their way to the coun try loaded with lumber which Is being hauled out for use in building school houses and farm homes, barns, cattle hi ds and other farm structures. Business conditions in Clovls were i firmer foundation. Til in the surrounding country urse. responsible for much of this. An added impetus Is given to business by reason of the heay ol IUM "f railroad traffic through her, whuh. railroad men say. is heavier now than it has been at any time since the cut-off was opened for traf fic In the spring of 19"s. ileuses for rental purposes are at a premium here, and the local real estate men are swamped with in Qairie daily from house hunters. There are at least twenty-five resi dences under construction at the pres ent time and practically all of these are spoken for in advance In addition to the building that is going on, the city has ordered In a great many sidewalks, many of which are now under construction, giving employment to a large number of men on this work alone. In truth, there are evidences of prosperity on every hand. The pes simist has been banished from the county, the voice of the croaker stilled and peace, contentment happiness prevail throughout county. Is and the Notes of Interest From State Museum NIUMCU ROBERTS TO SUBMIT MORAL CODE IN CONTEST FOR BIG MONEY PRIZE Santa Kc. Nov. - A Speight of Perth. West Australia. today present ed to the museum a boomerang us-. .1 by the natives of Australasia. It has been added to the Wallace collection in the Walla, e room. Mr Speight wife and children are traveling home ward from Canada tad spent the dav to the museum Studying its exhibits in (letuil. Other foreign visitor were It. Zur- buchsa of Heine, Swttseriand, win, registered with Fred Ziirbiicheu of Alta isih, Kan., and John Zurl of Spearvillc, Kan . Miss Knd.i of Copenhagen, lienmark. Those who registered at the seum ere: i Y l.oohridge. land. Calif.: Jane D I'., .It. Mich.: Mrs. Atbi i; CrsM gomery, Ala.; Mr. and Mi Hem is. Clyde. . Hazel Montgomery, Ala.. Mr. and Speight and two hlldren, I tern Australia. Charles T. Dsyton, .; ii Switzerland. I COMING lift! Glad t l eavfl a Call at the Hotel sh be :e. ak-flSgllum iof the Sclb nation, rh h will i here nexi Uondaj know a i the show i usltteaa, at i iiiei,iie yesterday hes Kioto- Buffalo-Bill com wind up its sense Tin major is we Mis A O .'I til. Ys-Spraguc. .urine ben. Hei ne, d Xurbuchen, Alta Albuqueiiiue, and was lui shaking hands vcsierd.iv with I manv olu ai ItUulnUUtl e What seemed to please Maj Burk tnotg yestsrdaj wa ths fa that it would not be niriHSgf for hi to leave a (all at the hotel for this mom in g I can fully ippri Hie feelings of the Irishman," he i', ::o 1st realty largest I times l th tin ag '1' itv ugh and y da IISfr.lSL l!ATi M TU MOHNI NJ JOURNAL) Santa Fc, Nov. 1. Frank II. 11 Itolnrts of the normal university to day accepted the appointment by Sup erintendent Alvan He White, to repre sent New Mexico in the competition for a $"'.000 prize to go to the edu cator who submits the best moral code. There will be seventy competi tors, including the leading educators and writers of the nation. The prize Is given by an unknown donor and an executive committee Consisting of Milton Fairchild, chair man; l'hiliindcr P. Knox, Willatd 8. Small and William C. Kuedlger. mem bers, and Margaret Hell Merrill, secre tary, will have charge of the contest. The seventy codes submitted will all be published in a textbook. The purpose of the competition is to determine intelligent public opinion in the I'nited States In all walks of life as to what Ideas regarding moral ity and c haracter should he taught children and youth in American schools and homes. Such cardinal virtues us wisdom, justice, courage and temperance are lo Th code is to be in twi children ! to 14 years youths II lo IS years, KClhcr not to exceed I Vista. Kan.; S S. Mcllrlde. Kspannla; Mrs. Ward (shell, Albuquerque; Mrs. S. Starkweather. lies Moines, la . Her bert Chcetham, Taos. Prof, Thuriow Lleurance of Cha- nufc. Kan., who lectured lasl evening at the museum on Indian music and its Interpretation and, who will nexi year be manager of (he lied path l.y eeum bureau, has offered to the mu seum a complete sel Of hs Edison rec ords of Indian music, a gilt which will be accepted with much pleasure. Mr Lleurunce has spent many years gath ering and making these is a leading authoritv on "w h, had first told ii a milli ,1,1 tor a call i'. ill cam blazes 1 he Would llon'l have Kacccssrul otei, engage sbilshmenl l"ck- Then get) ba to get Reason. win k: ' record, an i the ubje t Hill he's fccline. of s fact Hint Albuqusrq the trail. There vv lumps from now 01 show next Itondi ing for the majol be n i. After i then win i do until i -A 0n and in I be inc. inline n, be considered i parts, one for , the other for both parts to ,00(1 words. LAS VEGAS COMMERCIAL CLUB NAMES DIRECTORS 1 MSSflMfc COMUPONDINCI TO MORNI Nil JOUSNAll Fast Las Vegas, X. M.. Nov. 4. -1 Nearly 100 members of the IjIih VSgS I Commercial club Tuesday night at tended the annual meeting of th - j IgsnllStion, at which the following of fleers and directors were chosen to serve for a term of one year: l'resi-1 dent N. O. Hermann: vice president. P. Si Hslletl Tallp. rl Springe hm. urge directors. H. J.I Stewart, William slot N Uaynolds I o nialil f, Stephen Powers, Slgmund K. 3, MeKenie, J. 0, Neafus, A. Fleming. Simon llacharach I , l I V. 1 m At last a pancake flour to which pure sweet milk has already been added You know what a delicious, full liavor milk fives to your cooking how much richer pancakes taste when you make th'nn with milk. You can got thi" arlchrl liciousness in Aunt Jemima . Pancake Flour. This favorite pancake flour is prepared with the milk -pure, full flavored already in it ! Ordinarily, women hav to noM tho milk themselves, or not having inilk at hand many use water, find water never gives the same full flavor. So that it will be easy woman who uses Aunt Jc evry a's to have the finest pancakes possible to make, pure, sweet milk is already ndded. In Aunt Jemima's you get the) on" perf' t, complete, prepared pancakn flour. Already proved r success Well-known cooking and food' "xprts have tested Aunt Jemima's. They are enthusiastic over it. They ippreriat'- what the addition of milk means in ".dded convenience and in greater dcliciousresg. Try Aunt Jemima's and you will have the same experience. See how much better your pancakes are when you MM the flour that has the milk mixed in it. See why every one who tastes Auut Jemima's pancakes in so en thusiastic about their wonderful flavor I se in fowsMd ont Jemimas 'ancake Flour "Made in a minute the milks mixed m it" EASTERN ARIZONA HAPPENINGS IN BRIEF (Mills. M III KM "no m K" m "syi I I II SI I I S-l I () I'll ( MM I IHtl ss. WITH s. To BE KE$ M V.Mill J, ill ill Uuhns, . i want what I ask for I know what it would mran to fo liomc without it. MmltT won't ti!.e cliances rhe's ur of Cslwnet sure of Hftlt, wholesome, tasty bak ings of positive, uni form results of purity and economy. You try CALUMET Baking Powder lay aside your favorite brand once and you'll never go bac k to it. Lnlu met is th world' best Baking Pow derit's moder ate in price. Received highest Awards Km Cmt tml r,trs, tit lm i .i. - j Ca. iinil Thomas Mix. Sscretgry P, H. tNoir, in bix an nual report, advocated H"1 formation of n Sun Miguel county chumlier of commerce, with the I. as V'cgns Com mercial club a the nucleus. Tin work of n county agricultural agent here for several months, the excellent co-operation brought forth in the preparation of the county exhibit at the state fair in Albiuiuerquc and the cowboys' reunion last July, in which the club took an gcthr part, have tended to center Ban Mlfoel county Interests more firmly in the boosting organisation, and it la becoming rec ognised as a county institution. The organisation has Hi members. The annual report showed that the activities of the club have been many and diverse in character, resulting in some desirable publicity for Las Vogus and the location f an unus ually Iui-bc number of newcomers in the community. Two motion picture companies have been brought hero through the club's influence. The annual me ting was preceded by a dinner, at which a law number of the members of the club were present. BANDITS GET LOOT FROM ARIZONA BANK MCIt- COMIIKINOIKCI TO MONIN JOUNALJ Alamogordo, N. at., Nov. 4. Han dltd yesterday afternoon held up and robbed the Sun Simon Valley bank at San Simon, Ariz. This whs the report received here last niKht by Charles E, Mitchell, who is president and principal owner of the bank. The report was from the cashier and save no particulars further than that the robbers secured about $40" in money and that a posse had none in pursuit. Mr. Mitchell left here this mOTStng for San Simon. He is also president of the Alamo State bank of Alamo gordo. Herbert i i ippri, . superintendent of Alameda park since 1 904, has resigned his position. He leaves soon for a visit of several months in California and may decide to locate In that state When he leaves for California It will lie the first time he has been outside of Aiamogoido in more than thirteen years. WOULD MAKE SANTA FE BAIREUTH FOR INDIANS rCt.lAL CORMIPONOINCI TO MOHNI NA JOURNAL) Santa Ke, Nov, 1.- .Make Santa the Balreuth of Indian music, ihe counsel ,of prof, Thuriow i. ance, the composer and famous 1 master, in addressing a Santa lY lenoe last evening Hint crowded assembly room "f th Talace ol Governor to overflowing. Profewor Insurance is one of acknowledged authorities mi music. He ha made re( scores of their songs, transposed them and adapted them to modern InStrU' B eur- 1 1 1 . 1 Hid. the the Indian ids of it tin Maj Neiuson. I sou It SCI the clrcui the rain t thlrty-fivi sh"W was begin days tie d on no p business Tin la JUUHNAU. Mtornej I loll, rook, big ergter Ihe water i'osh the Johns a low A Sure Way to End Dandruff da to Sai urday, tltlfl lo He condemned I III hell, I never HO pie che count c The court's - company' a piece of Jor the Hi mi nts or used the t with EJniNsh words, played a number of ing and nave bis hei new angle on Indian Pueblo selection hi Taos wen especially opening song, "On if Innetonka." which dUCSd as sung by Miss Nielson, a Vletrola hetni used for that purpose, For the suku of contrast l'roffssor laeiirance sang and played a nuin- FrOlH the Improi e. Jpr Burki ing but i Interfered with by rain estimated thai tin i ne, uuii alter getting awio eOMM the weather began I' Kor several WCI M pat, Ma declared, "It has bed Hi unshin and money." otcctlon HHly iormcil. Nov. 4- The Taos Hat Tlo rr is one sure way that has never failed lo r move da miruff al , ,, , iiell ha I Is to dissolve it, then you destroy ii entirely, To do this. i , i sbotil I ' ounces of plain. i on n liquid ai von from any drui Itore (thl is all yon will need), appl: it at night when retiring; use inough I,, rnolaten th calp and rub it In gent Ij iv u h the finger tips. lij morning, most if not all. 0( WW il l ml lull' will be gone, and three or four more application will com plelelj diasolvi and entirely destroj ev ery single sign and trace of it, ,no matter lew much dandruff you nan) Ti lilitrv r irs an entirely since it started out iiislc. Several i comprised practically transcribed at of the United States, lie as was Hie llernardit le Shores of i the coosl as also rcpro- rust thro lasl the d sprn W estl San up i ipenlng at the outfit Journeyed far as Seattle, then si rui k i Idaho, tJtah, s ,,miiig. Colorado, Nebraska and Wisconsin to Chicago; thence south through lib nols, Indiana, Kansas, Missouri, Okla homa and Texas, going as far as Cor- whiie Heber Jarvl! H. C, Ovsrson and i: v Duke hive been awarded th Icontraot oi doing th wood work, Mrs. Sophronla Mincer Harris, a well-known resident of St. Johns, died :ii her home Monday afternoon Her i death was caused b.V a compile, il ion uj dlseasu follow ing childbirth Mr Harris is Hie mother Of seven living j children, all of w hom tvere at home She was the daughter d Ml. and Mis i r. punn, presiacnt : i n , vice presldeni , 1 1 . cretarj . fieri 0, Pnlll ind ii it. Leatherman iv ill Hud all Ifeliing and dig uing oi tin- scalp win Mon maiaauy, ,,,,1 , ,.nr hnle will 1,.. fluffy luBtmilS tin trtfo glossc. hIIKv and soft, ami look and ln'(j U, hreOl a hundred time better. be t of his mole popular selections and pus Chrltl In the latter stal To Address t'crrlllos vleeiing. Santa Ke, Nov. 4 - IM Frank II H Hobcrs of the normal university has consented to address the school m4Mt ing at Cerrlllo tomorrow evening al which Mrs. Mciionald and a number if other members of the Santa Ke 'Woman's club will organi.e a Pat I teachers' league. the Indian un-lo'lie -re enthusiastic these, as well as and composition! all) applauded. Mrs. JaCOb Weltmcr, president ol the, woman's club, called the lesslon to order and made the a nnoiinc c-; incuts. Mrs. Mary M presided and gtivc a thence skirling Hie I guard of In pi event deprc bandits, The circus Kic Lackey Saturday ana biographical (que on two I through Texas to KI Pa i binder and carrying flitted States soldiers in i c Monday season, on formers and and into sketch of the guest of the ( yelling, morning Judge Jphn I- MeKle spoke ol Ins, will be work and UUOted l'rofessor I.iciir.nc I i Monday as saying to liundleds of audiences "Two cliiis every American should visii in his own country, Washington, 1). C. ami Santa Ke, N. M." Mti 0" in, II haan Ihe recital vv'itb ,',... .....jo, ,i, ,,,,, "nililovs will go to Denver, when an e. uiSlie leuuiiiMo VII ....... - - of one of the Indian composition Of ", l'rofessor l.ieuraiice. Coffee and will sb will nr special The show Hie last Of Die night all the pi other employes will be paid "ff. many a dollar will find Its way the nils of Albuquerque mercl in the next two or litre dayi I hare I he animal and the permn "00-y! My Corn-n!" H-m, Use 'Gets-It' Then You'll Have No Corns iii Bump! Your Corns Will nine "Clean Off," Quick I I lid you ev er .see g ter you've used " loU it's a movlng-plctur And you hardly do a "sro f'orn Ibinnmll r w: oi,: i '(Ma-ll.M'ora il.V Wei nr llfi ito wlnli 'I' irleri were Kito d Kailin poutini Mrs. ! served after the re los Krijoles room i lid Mrs. Paul A and Mrs W J, K. Mora serving. cake the Thi l bhNMI c;, ,1-Hie iiecoininitii d lo Pen, Santa Mi Nov. 4.- Donaeiano bus iieen recommitted to state penitentiary from Taos, for breaking his parole. He was origi nally committed two year ago and was paroled this spring. He Is charged been .anil ; pi OVIu II past in- of the hading ultra show, New acta ha id, new features IfMtalll records will be surpass! . f V with h Intoxicated, nt- Mrs writes i 'ath used ,i i big can Baking Powders do not '""tnonev. Lalumetdoes it run Utt Mail Currier Convicted. Santa Ke, Nov. 4. (Jullty on two counts, forgery and emlienzlenient, was the. verdict in the case "f the Upltod states against Roy Houston, V.n .f.!r,rnd rroill rfirHer. llCCIISed !lf m .p.u mi'tiev L., I..i I ' I I f, ., ,. i ih,: , !!', tllie tO ""'I HI J i. mOLr .....I aruTa I :""'"- " I ".' w I ""' I 1 w ! M Mil. OVER AGAIH. Jennie Miner, Davidson, Ind , "I can truthfully say Koliy tie Tablet ar,. the bed i i vi They are so mild in action. I feel like I hav e been made over again. Hood health has no greater enemi than constipation. Koby Cathartic Tablets kceji the stomach sweet, liver active, bowels regular, ami banish bil iousness, sick headaches, sour st"ni fioh Stout nersons wideome the light. feeling they give. ,--oid every- To I Santa A, Hlcha directed I go to I !SJ j Med b r it judgi M fllchardsi K'.svvelt. I In by lb Rodrigrui gren fur at Salt i indb ted weapon on was Indict to kill on I ,nk for lib for Judge Midler. Nov. 4 Judge Oranvllle ion. of Koswell, has been Chief Justice Roberts i" lozo 10 relieve Judge E, I. le ti ial of a OSS In Which , Icr is a witness. .fudge has gum I" 1 'a I rlXOlO, At i Indictment was brought grand Jury against Juan (or murder in th first de e killing of A. Cartwilgtit 'llll'lice UOOr WVIS aid) with a .leadlv John Jolly, m T Dan b d for aisaolt with intent Magfflt Qeorg Manuel fense on i'edro Sanchez. Put a little "Oet It on. It drle !l once. There's iiothlng to slick. I'm shoes and (locking on tight over It, No pain, no tUSS, 4b hours corns SJOnS, "tlets-Il" never hurts the true flesh, never makes toes sore. If you have triad almost sverythlng els for corns, you will bo much mote sur prised to see bow quickly and a ill yours corns and calluses will come light off with "OStSIt." Mult limp ing and wrinkling up your face with corn-wrinkles. Try "Qet-It" tonight cm that com, callus, wait or bunion, and you'll be glad jrog read this 'Uets-lt" is sold by all druggist, Ii a bottle, or MO I dirsi I by B. U renc Ai Co . Chicago Sold In Albiiiitor,US and n I "lie mended as the world' last coin i tri t... hy M.-..H i.e.... On I High- laiel 1'harmacv. Don't Keep That ttl-smelUng Coal Oil Heater in Your Bath Room Any Longer Heat With Gas and Do It the Modern Way No Danger, No Odor, No Soot; Costs but 3c Per Hour No FtUI or Trouble to Make the Neces sary Connections Stove and 50 Feet of Piping $5.00 "A Your Service Albuquerqi Gas, Electric Light & Power Co. 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