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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Tuesday, December 5, 1916.
AN JNrK.I'i:N'PKNT NKW'KIAI'Icn Che flltoiqucrqw iiioniiiii journal I'uhiuhf il hr lti JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO. MAi'l'IIKIISMN. . M I'UMCII T .. l M. AI.I.ISThH. MOIKSAN MIX 1'1,.1'l.tll . 1 mJ"I ll'" Ml,tiaiOr .'., t;.m..r I lly IMih.f i;.ni..r w. X. A. M. . J. AMII l(ll. lrl"rtlf ItlalK , I hlrngo, III. l-'ii.trrn Hi'iifTM-nluth H.M I'll K. Ml U.K. AN, in Curd Knu, Nm Vurk. i;ntr,1 "H.1 i-Iiim ?i,,itt, l f f lt- cf A ll'ii'tiHT'lui'. N. M, r ul uti.l.-i tin Ad . f CiMTnip if M .11 I, i.TS. I ui m r i f 1 1 ii In I . in iiliilh.il tlinii fiity "Iticr p.er 1 1 r - w M'liK' 'Hiii la.iy puii'T in -Si-w M it'n lMi-.i fvi-iy ihiy In tin. ji-nr. 1 I'.IIMS l.F HI ltSi'I.IPTI"N Inilly, I f .Hirer or liv mull, eni' nciiuh 7i..- im ly, bi mil dutm Ji .ViTI'K Til SIPS' llllU.KH Oil.. nt.,! . In thn J'liiiiiiit Iii'ii writing tn hnvp their 'Hi r itnii.wi-.l lit h raw mi mi'. iiiiii li' mil In iii tlm i, hi hiIiImmi "1 hi Mni nliiit J"Ui ii;i lHtinii rnlUiK II1411 I n piiju-r In N' w Mi lie, ,M "' !"' 1 ni i,-n.i y lnm a Ii Ik her Hieu-I'lili-'l In uny ether ." '4 Iki A1111-1 11 1111 fVlliC JoKltNAL, tke and print A i x t y li o in 11 and thirty minutes of tduiiJvely AnH'irliitcd i'r im leased wire aervli'A men week. No oilier newHiiiipir tuililliihod In Nw Mexico (ultra liior thun twenty-four hours of Associated l'rcs nervlca during the week. ri'j'jsiA v . iii:i'i;.ii:i;it n, inn, IHSSIA AMI I llNM AMIMII'l i:. Thi; lotiu ilri'iim of r.iiHula of con Irnllinir ('onht,'inllnnil( ii ml (hi) rlriillH which roiitii'd the Mia' k llin Aii;i'iin Hi'iiH, Im Id ho H'lillznl, (iiovlilril llii' 1 nli iilc nllii H Iniiilly i.ui ou lalii ( ii i li't niM Id ( ii'l iiiiiii.v. Wliilc iuiiiiiih of miih n khm' in cut I'l lwi i ll Itiiwiln, I'liinro, Un iit Hi ll ii III liinl lluly have In in u f Inn I lor llin niNt Iwo iarn, il riiniiinril fur tin- rf.iir'n"in'inlfr In olflcl illy im iii'iinci' It In tilt" iliiina. In (hf nllii'i'ij will of 1'i'ti r llin ilixiii, nilihluil li thi' linn' ol N.i I oil nil, nml I'li'-iul.ly loi,i i hyxilihr ol Niiinli(ili, ' ' 1 1 1 f 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 j 1 1 1 an olio of llin Kli'iil ohJi'i liviN lor whi' li llio htifi ei'illiiu tnli'iH of UiihsIii wiro In Mrhe. Whclhir llm will wh t-'iii-t t no or foriji'il. II clearly outline,) I ho J'olicy follow oil hy 'nthei Inn Hie rent when nlie Kolzoil (ho terrllnry I11I11 v enlnif In Mm i n her ilinnlnloiiM liinl tlm wckIciii hIioih of the HI ick fii'.'i, when (ho ItuxnluiiH iikhIhIi1,) In freeing lliimania ami r.nli.:.n in nml Kent ho Hlavli; iiiiiim within niKlit of ( 'in ihIii 11 1 1 11 0 il ' nml iliilaleil the treaty of ti Slcfano, whh h wan 10 wrltteii )y llin ('on;rcsH of lierlin, cullej nt Hie ileniaml of I ! root I ti it- i iiin, Krance, AiiHlrla noil ilirmaiiy. Wll Ii th) J)iU'tl'(Mi-llf,N chmeil, Kn hlu lniH iki open ioil In Ihu wlntei, Mid with lielinany coin i oIIIiik thn'cn Iriince 10 the- 1'altlc neat Ihe c,ar haH neoniMo lo the Arelic mrt of A if II -lintel in Kiu'opo or lo 1ihIio:IuK mi I lie S;l of .1 11 iu II ami the rixtlionH 11 1 1 1 1 -11 1 1 1 TraiiHiliei inn ralln'inl with ll fl il K 1 1 (tuck. Theno are the aitinil Heaini f.i- tlltii'H of a lintlon of nearly tivjee the .( 1 1 1 11 hi 1 1 . 1 n of the 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 StiitiH nitil n leirlloiy of tiearly three tiling the urea of our own country. Hut hefote I'oiihla'nl inoie can he a iilicxcil, there inii,t l.e a favnriilile in, to the iiienetil c.ient V lit. (ler inany has n (Inain iiIno. 'I'll linls ( I'll it 111 lt l In n Ih Ihe conlnil of a Mil lion rniiniiii,' from the .North fcii to Ihe rciHlalt t.'lllf 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 l; Ihe nu -ImiiB of (ictinany, Aio'ltia Hungary, HntKuria nml Turkey, with Heiiinmy l.h'tho oveilonl. This ill. Imhi I'lm ctH linriipe ailil wotihl control all of Aula Minor mid the valley of the Tii'iim anil Ihe I : u ( 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 h tiinl the i-hi'im: ;if the I'i'thliin miir It woiilil enn Manlly menace Hi,.. Sim canal ami threiilen iiie.it nntain'N cninltn In J ml ia. Hcrau.ii' of these poMsi till It ics, the tl'l natiutiH have wi'I'iliawn nhjoc lion to Kiif-.-iah ownctMhli of I'mi Manlini'iiliv if (,he can Met It; nml 'rial lintain, l'liiiice ami ll.ilv are 1I111111! all within their power In nil.! hi r in I'rMii.i! it. i ii i iti: or i l hi it i I. I ii. "he of the .tnl h n.s which luiisl he nut ly connihs is (. failuie of fed I'lall.iillou of the national guard. The day lh.it M i s Ih,. glial ih mcti rideasi d liniii Ihe 1 old,. r will f.,.e the U-iiuntng (f the end of (lie Mate tnieK iim all lit in of Ihe ti'dcrul "i r ice. The f.iiluic of thi- Hay plan for fidi raiting the gii.u ,1, which the Vir ginia pa. iris t hlicee, .l, a h, fou lllg up. 'II the aduiim .lialiou, i f f,,,,,l H'tliemi-nl In a hf,. Jol, ,,i, ,,. t.,i, u, l.i ni h w . t'K da ti d in all ,,f ,e lnilita ry t-xpi'itH. K'lil no one expect- d the (li'luolist i a I ion t, ipii. k l on the i nai l no nt ftdlnw tin if the sh,, in lileparedni'SM hill Mr. Il.i'n n'liuiti. f,.r ilndi.'ing the mcissity of nu h a itsi ue i,i was I'liividcil In Seiretiiry Ciiiimmis plan W'.ix aided and nlitid hv a h.i.i.v ,.l lliilllla ullll, It. wh,, Wi le dii.lt'. h (he Idi a of MtliiiifK for of II, irs in t;,,. Vila ul and pa for the piixai,.-, Tiny were ahle to euhsl enough Mippot! front ciitigteMui'n who weie tonkin-.' fur vnt'i-a r.ilfn'V'lliTitf'To'r "prr ..fi rrr nee? to Mi ' xii-' the Hay i,,a on the t ount ry. Then r.uop the Hidden iitohili,1 -(mn and itn icvelaiioii of 11. e utter imrt adint sn of ihe national guard of liny Main In the ni.iun f r r.' t'jal pervicp, even in lord, r duty. 1'uti fol ium did wnndeia in filling up Hip gap" Int iiotliins could ovi uc-me the Uc-, fools of the entrm. There wire n ' enough mt ii, iml t'D'uivh i"iilini''iit, lint enough training fur effective use of I ln j 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 lull). Tin' (k-tin 1 ilwiiiu had rhllsled in Ihe Mate 01 gaiiijillon with nu lili'd of ever hrlng called on for mien mo-vie. Lilt, most of them Mink In tin- l.olicf th;it ri-iil M i vicc In !i i - i uuiil i wh ciulri'( of Ihi'in. In rim n v c.ihch tin y xmri f Iim JuIiK, oppnrt mill ios, )i n n i o lift'. i'Vi i ylhiiig, I" Ko to thi' hold' r. TMslllUslolimcnt has lllCI) - I in 1 1 I ' and dissatisfaction deep, 'nng i ess must ilu ("iinrtlilnx' luori' practical, nunc senslhle, moil) In hurinnnv will) iii'lnnl conditions. II iiiuh islands ( n 1 ul 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 h now, 11 1 1 ' 1 Ii nut 1 1 ; 1 in n i i ll hy liny, 1111,1 wiH h"t allow ilsi If In he Influenced hy lln national khmiiI of fll'I'IH' 1 1 ' 1 1 ' . 11 h It mim in tlio t.tH Wlli'll HO lllllliy CI1I1K I (UMIIMII l-l'lll'Vrll lln lr i IirtloiiH iiiiulit ili'i'i'iiil iiiuii llii' 1nf Im mi' of IIiiihc of ( t ( in. TIih prhiiti-H In llin imkiiiI will nut Mid' In II. o future ul llu iliitntion of thiir offlri'i-H. Tlii-y ill'l not hi voi on tin' hoiilir In thn lnM i lirliutl. JIIII'I Isll IM I I II II V. There Im to he a radii nl chance In the macliim iy of Ihe Hri'isli (jovcin ini'tit, The council, coiiHiMlin of Iwetitv-thu c riieinhet t, Is t,, ln te- placeil hy one of tint iii.ii,. than five in i-(ii lie in, who ihp to have chriive of Ihe Wat anil all Ihlnci relatii.y to the war. Kmni the firwt the Hrlt.;h I'.ovrrn nient lnm heen Inefficient. It Ij.ih iicted too lale, hhimlei eil Inn (p;re floiinly, finnhleil when kIuII uny cx j.ii I, . an, 1 ilemaiiileil. The fil'Mt (iieat I linoler wan when Ihe IroopH Helit lo the : 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 i pen Infiila weie tint proinptiy i Infui ceil. The rninpnliin cmleil iliniist i mn ly, af ter the allien hail Inst mine men killed than the total nccennaiy lo In- I laire hiioi cmm, 1i.i, they heen Hint to the J 11 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 . 1 1, (her than n few tlmm ninl at a linie for the ptirpoHe of Ml- lllf I'llpM. The next I'teal hlnmlef w.im when only a few thoiiHatnl men w-i e l,amle, ill Saimiikl to iirrlnl the Sei iia mi. Her hla wan oveiiun, ami the thirteen tin i,nan, Crilihh unhliets could ren .1. i' no cffneliw a,. Then thcrn' Wiim Ihe tin foil una le Tnwnnheml cNpeiMlon wlihh fcot III instil of racilail and whh compeeil to Niirremler nt Kttt-i l-Ainara. I'.y II, In flaNco HiIIIhIi priKtlKe Hiiffe"il ( linrntouHly tn tho ciihI. KnniiKh mill were Held lo each of thcHe placcH to limine miicccnh, If they had only In , n m nl In lime. They were .sent (no late, nml for th,. jim ci aslln.itloit the llrllluli Kovinim iil want rcspohHihlo. 11 delayed, and ! finnhled, mid failed. Now coiiks the lluinanhin fiasco. I ! 1111111 nlit wax lnilncd to cnler the war on iiKMiranrn that nho would ho I'mply KUiporled ,y the alllcH. Huh- hln wtiH (o uttack. nnd did ntliHk, furloiiHly and nucceNnfully, and t lie llrllluli and I'rench nttacke, In thi west. Hut nothing' worth while waM done In the HalkaiiH. Tho forces! from Salonlkl were feehle 111 their I'llcnslve, and the aiiules under Kal kehhayeii ami Mackensen have liiuv ( .1 Inlaid llilcharest with little op poilllon. Naturally, the people of Croat 1 ! it -iiin are weary of the failures. The rine phr;ises of Asiultli are not a Kal Isfactory Hihtitiite for Hin'eess. Kloyd-C'-nige has asserted that he would lesigii unless a mote effect Ke (Out cm uf gov i i linn ni whh lii.iuKiiraled. Some sui t of change IS to he made, hut whelhcr It will he heller than the pi,-eiil nne time alone will tell. nu: on r siJi AD- i:i-iitiMiN r The "di out on in t s.uad'' finishes Its try- eiils a day, today. Two thin, hew hi i "l I'j'i olliital.al ,.y IJm' evp, i im. nt. line H the deiiion sualiun that an lniliwlu.il can life I oo,l cnsling loity cents a day mid continue Ihe usual dally work without Ihe impairment of health or cncit y. i 'I course, (hero ate the ovei head i lunges of rent, heal, h(iht, sci'Mce, and llin ili, to he incnuiili ;! for. The oilier ohject ac ( nniplish.'d Is the teaching of econ omy In the eh, line of fnnd.it uffH nnd its pnptitalion. This latter Im valu l" I'll', not only dining this period of hu h pi in s, hot fur ,,11 time. Avoid ant e of w asle Is a good tiling. It will have to he admitted at the outset that in iiiiv ii heme of fond economy mere cheapness is not the ( lily const, leisti. in. A meal must he ph asing to Ihe lippi tii,', and the iiielni must afford aiiely. There liiusl he some ci'ii, es -u.ns in (h,, pulat,. at (he i spi me of the pockcll k- or a doc- toi's hill will soon even up the ilif fet i nee. l'ci haps the inctnhets of the diet niuad have haitie.l that lhe usually1 eat loo much, l ot ties ,,( lepeated ' ci.ctrinc inohal.h will nn miike much! different c willmut a ration l.asis as! Ill Kurupo. Iaeii theie In war lime It I- said to he only patlly suee. .sful. In most American homes the fond j "liiestlon is one for the women to j snt e. 111 moM homes the ll.'llsrw lie ! I a still In inminan,! of the kit. hen nnd Ihe dining mom. Her task is tn make the mom y go as far and as well as pnssihle. (if cuise, Mie nuikes mis lakis. She doesn't alwas choose the most iinui ishlng foods for the pi Ices I she I'.ns. hieniin. sh,. cannot tun tic! 'tr,,t,"t u air ii!TiiT"-(,r a .tls..tr"la's.!c.-: hut gi in tally i-l e docs her hi si. Hut, If In Chicago, tint grcalest nml . j the chi ., pi st food center In the world, I Hie actual fund rosin 40 cents per In- j dividual, or even S.. i, nts, just how i inn tin- man with n f.unih of five, in (111.11111; hiniseir, hve, pay rent, ImV (lollies pay for heat (in,! light and wutir, on u total incomo of U a U.iJ' I --; "" 7-'W',.. '"U:-:;. "s. With Sciasors and Paste MI AIIII'S I KM. Il l I I I, (Thomas I '. I.,,,:,.n in liinl Krilaii) has invcsli'd tinulli of the Klo vi: i.iii la alii ',U ,.lll,lllMI,H!lll I anile a ud In the Wist Indies. Her nu esl 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ( III Mexico alone is over Ihe $.',0011, tMMl.iMHi mm k. The I 'ml, .1 Sla Ii s has In vest 1 1 1 1 1 1 M in Mi xii ,, appi o:.im.ihi;g the damn future 'inn oil v.ells of Many of t Im iinm A mi l ica n In lei cuts In en clo.'-ed down as a lesull ol walchl'iil wailing ioln. Cnnsld- I cranio foreign properly has heen con tlscni Muls ica n hlnl e III. w hoi .el; hall' ed. There file lilelnPy tllnllS- of Ninaller hills agamsl Ihe Mex g. v. 'i 1 1 1 1 u 'Ii t of ilesl ruction of ', I milvM and ,,1 her propel I y a nd iliilawl'ul taking of 1,1V. Tin hill a im insl M . xi, a. f a. i!y is to tnlal i li.M i' In a Pillion than a I illl. Hi dollars. The Inieigll ( 1 a 1 1 u h a I ii'tuiy ii liiinis lotal of claims of ( it . at lei reach Ih f I Illl 111111,111111. 1 1 1 (' i in .ah. ii n..r The w ill the I each I,, I mi, lion, i, da, Wh'li ( In Iins of I Im I till, d Stale ? I :.',,, iinil.iiiui. Spain ii ... allii.iilil I.) hl will lie tte I in line, with a 1,11' of S' 7 ,",,uin, ni'ii, while Ceimany, I'li.nce and nih il' eountiies will ilii,le Ihe halancc. .Mcxn n. as a r. suit of the v alchl'itl Waiting pnhc', long i ince want Into ha li ll aiplc) . j COM i.i:i:i r.ov ro ii i:n- w i;i: uij. ID. C. lo, Los in la-she' Don't you want a hoy?" f "The Natural Shortening" fc.t'V'. K5.'...- 7 Jn f fy vottolene M.ai(i.t' mutH i wa ALWAYS Wij Accoptabio and Appropm lll W cKocr nd make MERRY X MAS MERRIER S! n Tho Meyers Co Inc. l Mm A1HIQ1 f ROl't. NFW HH1CD Till: FATE OF LITTLE NATIONS i - M m .I"'V' N 'C:V' ''';V'lv- -1 , c ' ' rMm t, -.wV 'X.'.-.i.'-.v i K SSia I little to l 1 .4Sv.E J - tS52'i.7 v .iaer, 1 would "WJial c.iu .sou io. my lad'.'" '1 Ciin l0 as linn Ii us any other no of m ,' age win i e slui II I hang my cuiil V" "Wll, my lioy, If nu woili a a quick; as w.n l.illi, we can mm- nil." The hoy wan Kdwanl C. Siinuions; Ilu place, a hardw.ii" shue in SI. I onis; Ih,. lime, th" la. l day of .s , i The I ,ny did wm i( --wol I'd! so ef j I'erlh'i ly thai J. iiiiele the St. Louis ,! It. I ' ''' t'H it. t ha i 'I w it t'e edit i r on ea ft h i'listnc.'-a than .New 1'ork, Khilailclpliia ami Ko.sluii I "loin t I Chun i . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I ; woiki'd so una i s.,! u 1 ly thai his Iiiiiim1 now M-lls three uncs, two pock. I kni'.is ami scyeral sa ws cveiy in i ii ii 1 1 - of tlte year, s il . d v i tig t.ol only Ihe I'nlted Stales wilh hard ware ami cutlery formerly almost wholly imported I',. nil Kajrope, In 1 1 disposim; aniiiniHy of thousands of dollars word in cutlery mannlaetur it'g Kill am, its well as in Krame, Cer lnany. Kus-ia, the Orient, Auslralia, South Al'iica, South Ameriin and ether civiliad un, ... ,i seiiit-civilized j pails of the ('loin lig.'iitly thiil hi I'm. wm ked so intel - inn 1 1 v years pass- id he was eat ph.;. ing more traveling ; a 1, " no -n than miy other man in Aiu crica! woiked so efficiently that, to handle his output, there was erected, at his chief est'il.Mshiiicnt, the great est railroad trali'ie station of th" kind ivcr conceived, capahle of loading li" cats at once. I low did he do it? My answer to that would he: With his heart :is much as his head. lie put h If his lift snc.'i htv-A, U ia ('.-ill Mill ,. in V ;,! .' ' . int.. II... minl'iT t.rwl ... ,1 ,, r ,.fl Foods! prepared with ColtoiVne'have a delicious wholesomeness that is gratifying to the appetite. Use Cottolene for shorten ing when you bake biscuits, pies and pastries. Fry doughnuts, fish, chicken and vegetables in Cottolene. It adds to the joy tf eating. Your frocer will supply Cottolene regularly. It ia packed in piiilu of convenient sues. "Cottolene mahei soot gtwd covking better" IZFAIR BANKS ;;s:.l::fit''ou'!L. 3 fin 4 Jr l' . "M ..Vtv f v inlo the nursing and developing of llie husiness. He infused lunianness j ml.' all his activities and into all his ! salesmen. Among his co-workers he I iiu'pned love; among his customers, something; hcyoiul n.-pect affection, j even. i Tin n, too, he had vision ul a time j half a century ago when vision j was rare among American husiness ineii. He was cleareyed itviugll to ti'i; the huyer's side of a t ran.sii.ct ion I as well as the Keller's, and to grasp the now cum inon place idea that, a j satisfied customer is the hest asset. I He was the Inst to teach the salcs : man mil to let his interests in a cus tomer stop with the question, How many gnuds can 1 sell him'.'" hut to do everything- pnssihle to contrihute to that merchant's success and pros- ; perily. (Mien Simmons men rendi r i inyaluahle service lo retailers, espe i chilly those just slatting in husiness. I He originated tlm epigram: "A joh- I it's first duty is tn help his cuslo I tilers to prosper," which has Income a i e , o e, u i . c 1 1 luiueipie ot tiiiue. tie ( f,.cseo trends and tendencies i,,!' ,i,0 futuit ;,iid he was optimistic j enough, alert enough, progressive . i noiigh to heeumo a pioneer in hlaz- ing tlie new trails called fur hy the j never ceasing evolution of mankind i and of husiness. j When I asked Mr. .Simmons who ! could Wive me an insight into his car j ly husiness methods 11(, laving of the foundation is always the part that most interests me, since it is us ually the most illuminating he re 1 1 tied me to, who do you thick'.' A man who served in his employ im many years, ami men hec.ini,, one of his most aggressive and successful competitors! .ny man who, near the close of life's day--Mr. Simmons is 77 can intrust the descrihing of his charac ter, his met hods and his reputation to an old competitor must surely have a clear conscience and a clean record. v.iivr i; mm: M'i:Di(; o v. I A. C. l.iint in Kevicvvs uf Keviens.) The total navy and army appiopri alion for l '.I I li w as .something over His.",. (Hill, (ion, of which less than half was for the navy the navy that is cur sentry and guard at this end of the sea lanes say f :i I fi.Ouu.Oiu) to iiiio.iiiio, perhaps a little more; tor the lull providis certain Inci-eascH i p tn fit per cent to insure speed and efficiency. At a gamhler's oulside limit, put the navy figure nt $:i,".0- iino.oiio. Hovv does with other spendim-is that compare n the Knited e of (he other . $-."iio,oni), onn . 1 .oo.tioii.ooo mui. null. lino ran), ooo.oon :i:;::, mn), ooo S( a li s '.' Hi re are son ft n, lings: Liquor Tohacco .lew. -ley Motors Candy- soft drinks, rhevvimr gum Tea, coffee, millinery pat. nostrums 7i', oo n.ooo To all of which compare $..",0,(10 0.- speni on the navy; on tl (nan Who stands at oar tales' m, llio Policeman who is to patrol our seas and protest our cnniincnc; on the j magician, who insures gen, I prices for j the cotion grower an,! the wheat far- t it'ir and the factory worker! Look nt 1 (he spemlings from liquor to patent ! pills! Then leak at the navy hpend j inus' Winch does the most fur the ! mi. hlh west and the northwest and the smith fur the wheat farm and I cotton plantation and the hoof j laneh and (he sheep run? Which docs the most for vou and for me i mid 1 don't care whether vmi live I with your feet in the salt sea,' or han ! die. .jL-Ui..tUrt. dc-ert, ..Jt.-oil iml-as. I fioi'i tho Atlantic coa.-t -.nc" Just j I waken up and ask youisolf the ques j tion; and don't go to sleep again Ull ;. nu atisw it it ! tiik m u or Missorrv (New Yoik Siin.l If the Hon. .leanette Kankin of Mis soula, Monf., is victorious, salutiilioi.s to tl-.e rir-q of her s. n to he , l, eie, to enngnss' With distinction difficul ties uusht cvjn.v, tut difficulties are Notes of Interest From State Museum tril. CCMIIKNDtNCl TO ONN.h JOURNAL Santa Kc, Dec. 4. The Society of! the Friends of Art have purchased the ! paintlnt,' hy Waller I'lVr of the Santa ! I'c-T.'ios Art colony, recintly awnrdedl the prize at. the Art 1 nstit ulc. I'hiciiuo, in which It will he j;iv(n pcrir.nnctit pliice. Tile ( '(ircoran nullity at Wat;hiiii?ton, D. I'., has asked for the picture fur Its hieunial exhihit. Mr. I'fer and Victor MIkk'Ius, also a Chi caKn artist of the Taos colony, spent yesterday in Santa Ko on their way home after a Hummer in Santa l''e and Tans. This leaves only Iter! Phillips, Iterhert Dnnton and l''.inost .Mi'M is in Tans nt present. ' Mr. I'hil lips will mo to rhiladeltdiia ill nliolit a tiuiiitli tn join his family. Tho museum lihrary today received from (! if ford 1'inchot the memorial volume of the Modoe memorial nicot inic of Ihe Washington Academy of Sciences at the CarnrKie Instilution. The ll'.rald of the Well Country for Iiecemher, just from jiresn hits an ar- i.n l.ns I ustoros as It is given tit Santa Ko each veiir. "We must, ailmit, freely Unit much of our talk n lout art is etitank'leil in technical phrases. This often ip ts as a veil to hide from us tho more sii lit le hut real charms of art. The liotion that art is somcthiiiK ahslruse and hard to understand, the possession of the few, has kept us from realizing the meat Irutli that art is really mil;' human history made impel isha hie. The slory that art tells Is the most fiiHcitiittinif ever told. It is the story that every human hoing with any pro- tense to culture or education must know. It is thn chronicle of human histoiy ia f unis of permanent heauty. We must know It to enjoy nature, painliiu-, the opera, literal ure."-Al'l and Archaeology. The following registered at the mu seum: s. I'. Cilhtitine, Dallas, Tex.; Dr. . a ad Mr.-'. Sidney S. .laciiielin, M. D., Los Angeles; I!. II. l'eahe, Denver; A. Tattle, Kansas t'ily; John V. I 'u ni m i ngs, Colorado Springs, J. A. l'eterson, Chama; I (. I'ippiu, i:.-taii-cia; Asa .Miller, Xellle Miller, Manas sa, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. J. ('. Shavv, U.nario, Colo.; Victor J 1 iirgius, Walter l et . I hica t'o. red haired woman in the .''.lis. Kcpreseiilaliye ltatikin take her seat W illi 4 3 ft men. I The clerk w mihi call the roll: "Mister K. liner. Mister linker. Mis ter Kamseyer, Mister Kandall, Mister Kank ." Thick silence in the house. A creak, as Joe Cannon turns Ids neck slyly, Would he audihle. The cleik: "Miss Kankin, Mister Kavhttrn," ele. Husiness would proceed. A -vision would rise to attract the attention of Jim Mann or Champ Chirk. A speaker of the house has an eye trained to look over, through or under any mem her he does not. wish to recognize. Thiil is, any male reoresenlative. lint tto speaki r vvou'.l gaze upon the maid of Mi rami I a wiflioul seeing her: 'The chair recogp ire;-; the or, "'ml lady from Montana." "From Montana," of course, would iKra redundant, audi wasteful of Ink in the Uncord. Hut the way would lm open fur a speech for which the coun try awaits. Surely the unwritten law that a representative shall remain si lent his first term would nut applv. Miss Kankin is a rctui hlican and dry. She will never dispatch a nage 1 for "cnhl lea," never say "Mr. Speak- i I er, where am I tit?" When she speaks it will he I'm- the whole of Montana, j I lor that slate elects its two represent- ! i atives at largo. ! The day of Jeanelte Kankin's first , speech in the house of representatives would he the most interesting day tn ! congress since Kuck Kilgore kicked ; the door in. i TIIUIIT IW.Mtl'l) Tiir, i:Mi:r i:uy. (Hartford Courant.) The Waterhury American moralizes on the fact that in Kngland some roads are paved with old gravestones, taken from graves of forgotten gen erations and crushed for use on the highways. (. seems a hrutal thing to do and Vet one need not g0 over seas to learn of like utilitarian uses of these memorials. Almost Ddl years ago Duilford turned its old graveyard Into a village many luiuhstmies Locarno cen and Kr derelicts nt rc m :w..'-i.i.i"i''..t.--ilf)iftrK;. mmm ! "oiiirAMscortot !: Favorite Syr of tlte Smt Used for all syrup purposes. Sold wherever the best is sold. The two most popular brands in the South. Rich in food value. New Sooth Pure Cane Syrup Fancy Syrup New Orleans Coffee Company Ltd. 37) New Orleans, La. 'r0nyx"( Hosiery Tou Get GOOD Vilue at ANYVre-Silln Ul or Cotton 25c V Emcnj-Btcrs Company.inc. 1S3-1SJ Good Will TOWARD YOUR CLIENT OR YOUR DEPOSITOR K THE MAIN PART OF ANY BUSINESS, ESPECIALLY BANKING. IN THIS BANK WE FEEL GOODWILL TO ALL WHO DO BUSINESS WITH US AND YOU FEEL IT WHEN YOU COME IN AND WHEN YOU GO OUT, WHICH IS MORE IMPORTANT. The Citizens Bank 3rd and W. Central THE BANK OF PERSONAL SERVICE 2 Large Cans of Call- - large cans California Mum, 2 large cans Caliloinia dapi , I'liiicy early .lime I'ens, ' lor I l y Dvtrn Sugar fori), ',.. i aiicy Huge cans I oinufocs, L' for il' I aiii'.v small cm s Tomatoes li cans l-'oi l l.uploii I'cas . . . . Crilies( I'ork and I leans, can . . in, .in,' can 'lahlo srui ,,, otl-lli. hov all sound small apple-, 5(1-11). Imiy illl sound large A pples s I II:, l lfsli ( I'e.iiiierv Until r ;;,. Very hcsl Oleomaigerinc ;j;i(, Sweet Oranges tic, mi,. ll( ,(h. Mil' Ctiiiih Honey tlinrs lcno Soap H hars while Laundry Soap .. Heavy .al i anicil :ish Talis ll.K' (Jills' Wool Toques and Capes . . . me . . .r,e . . . -.v and iii -"'(' ami up Kiltie linys' Uhilcr Mills :. Men's l.t iillier (iloves . . . ..",llc to 4i.;r, Men's Winter Caps :!.1c to li.'ie lOl'lt DOMillw Itl VS JIOKE AT DOLDE'S m-I13 8outh SPOt)nrt Rtrret, l'tioim 4. AI.Tj fWMinS nKl.TVTHKI) MAIL OIIDKKS SHII'l'KD l'HOMITl.Y. once. Frugal representatives of old lamilies took home the stones and used them in const t in ting n pavement, from the front door to the burwt hlock. Many sumes wire use,) In paving cellars of local cliurelies mid the eaves of one church still drip iii on a row ol" gravestones laid for ti i it t purposi;. One frugal soul, having huughl a a i farm which included a private gnivc- id, tore up the gravesloti.'s u ml used them as flooring in a new creamery. Possthly this sort of tlilnif would not happen outside New Kttt lund, for the man win) would iitiliza a secondhand gravestone must liavo had a long" training' in economy or else a thorough one In the modern science of efficiency ami tiie preven tion of waste. After all, this use (if old tomhstoncs is likely tn he n gri' d er reproach to the living than to the dead whose memories have ill si crated. thus ' Sht'vlin Leaves Itiir IN.'ih' St. Paul. Dec. 4. All eslate valin'l at $.1,1 SH,!lC,- was left hy the 1:H 'ihomas I,. Shevlin, former Yah' f' hall player, according lo a statement filed at the capital today hy iipprni' eis. The will hequcathed to his wid ow, Klizaheth Shevlin, Jl.nM.l.ifl ntnl $S:'4,!l!ll) each to his sen, Thmn.m j Henry, and his daughter, KliKiheUl I'-rite, &uu f lie Two I j New ,i South ,' Syrup j snJ Every- body's y Syrop M ore sold 100 P. a can . i ; Mm ! I inifi il T miiiiiiMnii SEW YORK tAST24t ST. t tnv