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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Friday, October 20, 1916.
Five llimra f pifraj An Ideal Climate 1 oil distribution! s I WVJi.JB, -KfTOnidfciS jF..sChi Xukki.ti - . ... -, w.m k ..c srrn 11 it n I it 1 I !feMte7 ,.,,n. , , , Q iSa'i 4 vmiii Tl,.sr iiimuk" pvnt i s. iu'H.imnu i:im i:k i ions. m uty con- I 'Wl -4 Vi Vir.M I s, ri is r. V'K iiii'. Musi' di:mk iu.i: smtion rou iiomi:. I m wvrx'.Vs t i -non to moo i.r. i:sv hums. 1 II rffof I Ml IISITV III K.IITS ll VI IOPMI NT CO., KIIOMS :l-5-7. UltsT NVUONVL ItWK I ntkLi 1 -j mm... rnoNi. mm. - B D I. . 'jJL k 1 i I rwn,r,tt-H L. , ,.; , , !.r,,rt nr irwm nnini. in Tniipuirpp nnMIIPU :,v;; virr 'm: ACUTE AND CHRONIC " " i i i i i i i i 1 1 1 1 u 1 1 1 ! i u 1 1 1 i ii 1 1 1 ii ibi i k i m mi i- ti i in ...... ., 1...,., ufvuuh int. iiliiui-iiiuiiil. k i ui iitn n i iii i i i i ill i . 1. 1 .ii niu i.iii 1 no". " " " " . . ... niiriiiiniii'ii iri I n . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 r 1 1 ai i iiiiiuiu i u uuu iiiluu ui iiiiiuii t,., roHuitH win I.. ..i.ian. ,M in.ui wmi KntumHiioni lllllllllllllllll I f 1 I I.UUIUII I II i I mi i R'n nmn mi ! ymr riiTnyoc PHIKRCCIHQ 'ems of today," he eontin- or hogs msro up to ,hc require- IIII U I J 14 I 1 1 1 1 IJ i N I I Villi ULRUU ULUIIIU I l L- I I ll IIIIIU U II Ml MIVIWIBIaWW ( m w - - I ! nnniiiiiinRniiin bUNnuiiWib n.., Fnmiina Congress De pi-irps Government Should .. n Rfittfir Svstcm of Spreading Information, .i, hot .. ..i,,.rinir "ml ..(MiriltO lTl .... ii svstcm ,., -."""" ., ". ' -rh, rnitP.1 '' ' .w l ..(vrifllltlll'ft IS 'nil''" '" ,: ' 1 . . in avtli'I'H'K rehunit! aim ..mi fmm information, f fiiMtfpn. nurtiK mis ",f"::"j i KI.-1.1h. editor of the Okla ',rm,r, of 'Klaho.ua City. I'll'J'i ,1,.'lnr,a a. the sorond session ,;0 mwrnational Dry Farming ' ,.,.ss lien- lalo today. ' "litho ' transmission of ,hi8 ' "','fl,lly , . .n.'ultural information to f ri vL . r..u.l.-l with tho noed for ,.., , HoolS cmii.."; I'11 .V... ... irrmi 111.. llW IS . l.'U Ili.is' faliil u il: today," tie tontin- , tho rural s.-hool. if it was ,rui.i-ilv (OVinciHl anu lm.uu. ,,,1,1 1,'.. ma.lo a Ktvat medium for the . f llKn.-ultural methods, for I:'., I i...)tlons ha.l Khown that 42 per ... f' (lie farmers did not read any "f ,o bulletins issued hy the nKrl ' ilnnal department through its bu r,..is nnd experiment stations. 1'otaKM-s Arc t I'.ut. Pomtoes are grown to eat, ul n,,,!, most of the growers in this '.,in(rv l,avo never stopped to con li,l,r .his fa. t, but have been raising . nl'itoes to sell, lieeoruiHK iu j.u-"" S.'el on "The Commercial l'ossibili- '.i,.s of Potato Crowing." In the opin-j in f the speaker the growers have cm.idered ..n the market price and .,, ,.,t yield they could get without .topping to reali.e that high duality nt onlv stimulates consumption but 1. brings better financial returns. I firmly believe," continued Mr. Sutvt "that if the potato growers of iis country would unite to grow only wi, ... potatoes, with fine flavor m", piod food value, that the per eap '., ,.,isunidion of potatoes in this counlry could be practically double what it is now." Failure to properly rotate their crops and negligence in the growing and s, -le. lion of good seed are other ; 1 1 l,, tlie and have these facts constantly in mind, lie should be able to follow these market reports intelligently and he should be a wood enough Judge of livestock to knew whether his cattle or hogs measure up to the re.pilre ments of Die market. 'i.p. rs should I silicate. "All of our weekly and daily pa pers should carry several columns of j reading matter on farming, in every issue, anil thereby help farmer", to make their work more Interesting and profitable, ! "All our large daily papers should employ a trained agriculture editor j to carefully compile and edit tliis farm material. Agticultural colleges and experiment station should reip.l"e their specialists to prepare special j matter on farming every week for the; use of the press. "Many colleges and universities al ready are doing this, but they are not giving as much attention to this mat ter as they should. Not only should they prepare this matter, but they should wage a eoiistant campaign to induce newspapers to use this ma terial. "An investigation reveals the fact that the farmers who are reading and studying how to improve their meth ods of farming are the ones who are prospering and making money. It is i..... .... .ti..i f,f fnrnitirs to read ju.i . s "l"n - i . - and keep themselves posted as it iM!I"'r 1 ,.n,l 1,11 rlllMHOH Of ilUl nip iiiiviiii., inn j' ' , on.. professional men to keep up with tho times. "We have entirely too many farm ers wliii cannot tell how much it Bandit Chieftain, in Company With Salazar, Enters Town With 800 Men; Refugee Says He Was Shot Twice, .used potato ,1 Mates and pi the decreased con deer I'nil puinption. The yield of potatoes on many farms." said Mr. Sweet on this point, "t';:is been decreased until it has be come too low to be profitable, and this is cause, I largely by lack of care in the selection of seed. A potato not produce like itself but 1'ke the hill from which it comes. As se Intci by most of the growers, their seed potatoes come largely from poor kilt?.- or only fair hills, and rarely l.iel, vio'ilini! hills, because most of the potatoes taken from high yield -j iiu; hills are so good that they are sold , lis market stuck and conscuent ly very i few are use,! for seed. "The natural result follows thai. !,l(,i,tin,r continually from inferior the crop yields become suiaiiei .,.,n.. mini iliiv no longer are eduction In the costs them to produce a pound of but ter. beef, mutton much it ' costs' to or pork; produce a MO.NINfl JDU.h KL PICtAL LftAtlO WlftB Kl l'aso, Tex., (let. HI. Wounded through the mouth and in the left leg by Villa's bandits, Tomas Mendez, a mining man. employed I y one of the companies in the Cusi district, reached here today to receive medical treatment for' his wounds. Mendez was in Cusiliuriachic when Villa and Salaar entered there with S(l() men on September He was called from bis home and taken be fore Villa himself for eyamination. being told that he coirld go, warned him that if he ever worked for any American company, he would be txecutod, Mendez said, upon bis arrival here. Shot by I M)lei. After i ('turning' to his home after or now the nncrvicw Willi ina, anu leumih, bale of ii Mendez says, he" was awakened by SIX LABORERS Of .250 Men Ordinarily Em ployed by the Jamison Coal Company in Barrackvillc, Va,, Nine Others Missing. Miss Grace Boriadaile Will Conduct Class in Albuquer que Business College, onings lug students ample timo for prepara tion, and with a long class period bet ter results will be obtained than with shorter and more frcpient recitations. This method was tried In the llusiuess College, last winter with highly grutl- fvim t-, 'Stilts. Those, desiring to enroll should call up niiiiiiii t '.' 7 for info, .nation. It Is o ssa.y for students to stall wim the class on Monday evening. M.liriil'KIUJI'K IICSIM'-.SS Ct'l. IJ'.C.K. The Special School by Specialists. TAOS DEMOCRATS HAVE HARMONIOUS CONVENTION th IPt Po ol rhr.in.arum U ur. known, tlmunl. " U B" 7 ,f ?I?,l l,e du to in nee. ol uric ,d,l I., the bl d. .. - ... ... .itt. m i mI truth thttt tlil 11 in it T up Hint) mivi - renoidy Im. hern found Wkilcl. U uetna For yi ars the A bu,pier,Ue business I College has conducted a Special Course in Cosiness Spanish in Its evening . .ami i'ioh liiuo ihi I school during the w inter mouths and j "V";' '"'"f'u'I'i.hrough this means scores of .Mbu- are known to have been cnlom". d I ( business, professional and and nine others are mlssinn as a to- ,,..),, ,,eople have acipuied within a suit of an explosion of coal dust in j Hl( ,rt tjlnl. u vvorking know ledge of the Mint No. 7 of the .p.imisun Coal and I Spanish language. Coke company at liarrackviUe, iiearj This year the school Is especially lu,c today. The interior of the mine. - ZZ as well as tne i.ppie anu oioc, ..,oe.- . ,,,,,. 1 1 e 1 1 1 . ., i i r . . . . m ...... , Of bushel of corn or other cotton, grain. "The federal government and the experiment stations of all our agri cultural colleges as well as the edi tors of the farm papers should put forth every possible effort to help the farmers acquire the "reading habit" and thereby bring about better farm ing and greater national prosperity than lifts ever been known before. I'AKM IT!S' ( ON(.Ii :sS Tiiflioreinolis Ind.. Oct. Ill The an nual iianquei oi ,," soeiation of the Farmers' National i the sen urns of his wife and discov ered that Martin Lopez, a brother of Pablo Lopez, and a band of Villa's nun, were looting bis home. He started to run from his bedroom when a bandit shot him, he said, the bullet striking him in the left leg and ' breaking the large bone. As lie lay on the floor of his room Lopez, whose brother was executed for the ings, wci'3 wrecked by the blast, and although 200 men are working des perately tonight to clear away the debris, officials of the ocmpany b-'-iii.ee it will be noun tomorrow before the rescuers call enter the workings. The work of removing the wreck age is being superintended by li. H. Jamison of Pittsburgh, geneial man ager, who happened to be ill Kalr- , .,-iv A rescue ear troni me I'it.ui, meh station of the bureau mines urrfvci tonight. years specializing In Spanish and has iia, wide experience in coiiiiuciinn ,r,ll ni.P.TrH TO M(,NIHa lOUMUl T.,,,u v I i tel. 1W. The county .1 -.,.. .'.invention of Taos conn tv was held hole last night and a full' ticket for county offices placed I" j the field. The Katlieril.g was one ol the most harmonious ever held In this county, and tin. greatest enthu siasm preaviled in the big ciowd of inure I hall five hundred. Addresses were niadu by .luna H. I.arrazoh, and other prominent speakers, who predicted a sweeping victory for the slate and national democratic candidates ill the coining , lectloll. ,IB auw ltlHnrri.,'1""' . . .. .. ...... It ..my be nlno l,l with ru.ml truth thttt no ren.mly l.n Hern .mum -r:"" .... .. . i.. ..., ...a ...m-Htm-H of rnfii. limtl.m l.o tlmt ttierfl r lull lew lru wliloli hv not lire., iilve.i it trlnl. In the hniuli ol one ol.,TVf r w llnd tlit oertma ilrui tm been 1I thn iitii.ot all- favtlou; oll.wri bv lounrt H. mine re..ly to l KrBttt dUttlipolntinent. All PbT"1; clnna how.ver Bar., that evry met md ! tr.,tttt..enM .!iled hy tl. ftdiii.nUtraUun ol remedy to rrlU've ll,e IfttVJHhVo. the nervoin yU'.n and lr. W . B. Betiuiue tlttonera wlien lie ay that antl-haiunla UlUel ihoulil be iilyeu pr.dere.iee over all other re.n.'illealof the rullel ol W ).iu i ni. icniiB . iiniui".",,"' y b uvirolimed In tiny yiianllty. liter am -! alo unvirDii,'d in heala,;lt. nuurulglaa itudallpalu. Afklur A-K. Tablctn. FAYWOOD HOT SPRINGS For Uhenmatlstn, Stonuich Troii tiles. Kidney AilnientH, lnritimma tlous. Arterial Hardening, Loco motor Ataxia NervouH Itreaklng, do. Perfect Treatment, Perfect Cllnuite, Health, Pleasure. Ij.rge Modern Hotel. l'.uoklet. Hound trip to Knwood from Albuiltier (pit. Ki:l.". T. C. M'DERMOTT ViiwviHtil. '. M CREAM FOR CATARRH OPENS UP NOSTRILS tii Unm T.i flet Otiiek Rplief from Head-Colds. Its Splendid I wed. mill profitah: The the growing of potato, plant and animal life; want the best crops only the best seed host animals.'1 MiiM Keep 1 i Willi Times. be successful in this model n fanner must keep abreast of the i, r!i,iiiie all the farm anu "To times marketing literature John V. Wilkinson of Louisiana, that "it is the SllOei- "wc that c farmer posted, "I flpca lay by tnarl j pal t in the Santa Ysabel massacre of ! eighteen Americans and other foreign I ,!' drew his revolver and fired at HOLDS ISANTI !"!' i Mi nd, z' head, the latter said. As he I fired Mendez said he turned his head and the bullet tore through his lips and lodKed in the back of neck. congress, in session here, was kivcu tonight. For delegates to the con-U)l law prevails in uress who are not members of tne or-1 as in all other conization giving the banquet, in. n.,mlv if VOU 1 i.rneiain included two addresses. 'you must plant Dr. W. K. Stone, president of Pur- and breed only the ' due university, discussed 'Collegiate Farmers'' and Ir. P. P- Claxton, I'nit- edd States cotninissiuner of education, spoke on "Kducation tor tne ramie. . . , Ainerhan base iat Casris Crandes, bad retired soulh- -'' . , I , I llillll IIIMI HIV IMUI,lllll,. wonen's section of the congress, held today, action on the adoption of a con-j Anterican Klsl. Ib.at. sftution and by-laws was l"fcMed ,u.The Atnerican until next year. 1 he, mi vva. ,,.,.,. Kk,,lul,i V. Clarke i which M i s 1! ! Kal It of I l(iiistiri, has been caplured in the waters win, li Alls, i . .. M.,r,,..,..,. w around Iceland and taken to Oriins- 1 ex., is ei.on ...in - i , Chamberlain, president of the Amer-'O- lean branch, International ong.esso. Farm Women, presided at the meet , i ,.. ii,n iinv the women and UlliS. 1HV'I Ol In nJimt- vour clogged nost will niii'ti. the air passu Beg of your v,,,.... ,.,ii el,. nr ii ml vou can hrea He said Villa looked unusually well n at Cusi, and had shaved off the beard which he was reported tu have j worn at the attack on Chihuahua City on October K. Word was received at the .Mexican headquarters in Juarez today that the Villa band which had occupied Ma dera, a railway town about a hundred freelv. No more hawking, snutnum i,i,.ivinir headache, dryness. No strug Kling for breath at night; your .... rrli will lie uone. Ol ' "O" " .... . ..... f., u kiii a II bott O OF I'J 8 " s i i.,i, friii., vimr druggist now. Ap ' . . " . . , , , .. ,, I iue. n it e ot ins 10.1,1,0,1, ........ , v. .... n ..,im In vour nostrils. It p .....i.,u iiiroiiL'ti every air passage . L. .. . i ii,..u die Inflamed . lie neon, i-i ii..., nu meiiibiane und rell. HW Ul e n no" ' ... i ..,..,,, comes ins... ..,.. . . ...... ti.... Tton't stav stuffed ..,n.. .. not,, or nasty catarrh Kelll comes so quickly. he get," said of the University The speaker declared man that is usually fill," while on the other hand, have too many leaks on the farm could be easily stopped if our s only read and kept themselves Wile ii ii, r, fii-ut ponoral meeting of thei very farmer," eontinueit tne kit,' "should keep himself posted day, or week by week, about t prices. lie ought, to know Iiii:,1,!!! ar:- IMl'ill iiii 1 jllll ii. iii fin un NERVOUS TROUBLE Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound Helped Her. West Danliy, N. Y. "I have had nervous trouble all my lifj until I took iLydia HI. l inknam a Vegetable Com pound for nervc3 and for female trou bles and it straight ened me out in good shape. I work nearly all the time, as wo live on a farm and I have four girls. I do all mv sewine and other work with their he In. 80 it "hows that I stand it real well. I took the Compound when my ten year old daiifrhtfir came and it helped me a lot I hfvs also had my oldest girl take it it did her lots of good. I keep it in the house all the time and recommend y Mrs. Dewitt Sincebaugh, West Danby, N. Y. . Sleeplessness, nervnuanesu Irritabil ity, backache, headaches, draeurine sen- ns, all point to female derange ts which may be overcome by Lydia 'mkham's Vegetable Compound. 1S famnna .u K l;,.;nnl iCKlt-llj, UIC ll.CUIi.IOOk 'igredients of which are derived from nut've rooU and herbs, has for forty J proved to be a most valuable tonic n invigoratorof the female organism. wnen everywhere bear willing testi Ti? the wonderful virtim of Lydia 1 '"khnni's Vet;etttble Comiwund. the delegates to the farmers' congress held a joint meeting. ELECT RUBLENDER TO FRISCOJ. R. BOARD , JOim-.L .-c,L L....O W...I New York, oct. 1!.. Henry Itub- ., ..linker for many years fa miliar with the affairs of the oiu "Frisco system." was slated to be elected chairman of the bord oi oi- icctors of the St. Louis and San 1'iaii ..!,,. the Cisco Hallway companv temporary board of the reorganize company met today to choose a per manent board and officers. The rest of the ticket included V . C Nixon, who was chief operating official during the receivership f"t President W. P.. Piddle, who was connected with the road before the receivership, vice president in chaige of traffic, and C. W. Hillard, for many years vice president in charge of the old company's finances, a vice president with headquarters in this city. "Sec How That Corn Comes Clear Off!" "GETS-IT" Loosens Your Corns Right Off, It's the Modern Corn Wonder- Never Fails "It's hard to believe anything could net like that in getting a corn off Why, I just lifted that com right off with my finger nail. 'CFTS-l'I" Is certainly wonderful!" Yes, "OFTS 1T" Is the most wonderful corn-cure i 4 Jfi ! "Nr-"' 1 K?d ! ii lations. inents i E. Pi This FRENCH AVIATOR BRINGS DOW FOURTEENTH ENEMY . , a IBAOWIi Paris Oct. lib Adjutant porme of: the French aeroplane service brought down his fourteenth Herman ma chine on October Ul, the war olfee announced today in its report of op erations. The statement reads: -our machines yesterday durin', operations south of the Somme at- 1 . ..nein tacked with maenine m..- troops in the region of Pinches. .R is confirmed that Adjutant l.orme brought down on OcloK-r ' a German aeroplane to the north of Perrone, this being the fourteenth machine tor which this pilot has ac counted. , , Another enemv neroplane which was reported to have been hit and damaged badly on the same day Ml to the ground near Peaulencoui t. -ft-. JU... Wonilerf,!. the War "WTS - IT IYInKc-1 rtil v-w...- hav your i ball ever known because you don't to fool and puller around with , i,:.,'nes them no won dag. 'a', or try to dig them out. ",;i:TS-lT" is a liquid, i I1"1 few drops in a few seconds. P dries. It's painless. I'm '"' ing on right over it. cm ou ,... regular shoes. You won t limp or have a corn "twist" In your face The corn callus or wart, will loosen from v,,r . off it comes. .. lory ..a. iah' "C1'"TS-1T" is the biggest selling com remedy in the world. When you try It. vou know why. "Cl'TS-IT" is sold and recom mended 'by druggists everywhere 25c u bottle, or sent on receipt of me bv K. Uiwrence & Co., Chicago, 111. "s,,bl in Albuquerque and recom mended as the world s best corn rem; edv bv otwe ng . Highland Ph'.rinacy. P.utts' long Stores. Inc., and Alvarado Pharmacy. for get WHY SHOULD YOU 1KI TO DO your fall houRe-clcaning' old way und pay so much brooms, too, when you can one of the best VACUUM CLEANERS und do It all the modem way.. No Dust No Germs nor tearing up of Carpets or Rugs Ton can get one of these reg ularly $25.00 TIM, SVIT KHAY ONLY I'OK $ 1 9.50 UK gVH K-SI K. Till M AT ...ii- si.i sitooM or Jin- Albuauerque OAS. ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER COMPANY nioNi: o i ,.i.iitliis I'onl ll.c best. Hal... Classes. ... I : -i. r Claws re. i'ations will be held on Conl I ... I'Ikhic III. i I " aMa JlfffW HIMHiAb .aaiaawJiaaaiaaaMaaMaaaajMMMMMJ a i nM.MMrtr. - mmm mmt Cji. ! r"1 ' i. ii ii ''ii i i .ii . ' i 1 MMMBiaMaMawaaMWawlMi. . l .nLMii - " r! nnn nn n n 5 ii Hi fJ 1 1 f f", I h , 1 t s 1 I 1 the I I I I 1 E I i i ft r I t t V 1 IIII id i i. Ji f t i r ":.' .1 i i t i r i nil ' i i i p i- up! I L f Mil mnJ LaJ liaMillllaaf, mmmmmim mi m I TIh.dkis A. o! llu- i;rcalcsl living Anu-ricans, rc- II cent 1 v saitl: tl: hav i act alwr. and it : been will be a a republi- r.bovc r' '-n'J. 3n a world "Give the people Wilson landslide. I .ul I nut ni csumr crisis with the fate oi n erica i'r the balance, I would lake r.ha.vc to if 1 not put my- self behind the American who has siven us peace with honor, prosperity with justice and prepared ness without militarism." liousaiitls country are lol above parts oi o try .owinir and stanilin Kr patriotic Americans in all parts of the the lead ol Mr. Kilison arc putting conn- a 4 1 hv the rreat American' w ho lias al ways i ut America above all selfish political considerations. crnin nv uii ;on DON'T HAMPER HIM WITH A DIVIDED ALLEGIANCE. SEND JONES TO THE SENATE AND WALTON TO THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES AND ELECT THE DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. ad i:ki isimi n r.) EISJ (POLI I U'Ali j ' Sf l c? n 1 uu 1 Tl 4 ; it