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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Monday, December 18, 1916.
IX CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. Sloven, IUtiKTt, Hon' I'lirnl-liliiB Goodi, mill l ilthii;, I'ltirnliliiK. Ileutl'iy, (18 V. IT.NTKAL A V.. Cutlery, Tool, Iron I'ljifi, Vulvm Tin ami topper Work- TKI.l TIIONF. 1B 1 1 l in I ! I Alt-til l) FOUR ROSES" In (he Protcelhe lb I1 XI I, JOM S I,. (.1 ( OMI I.I I A Mtos- illlc. II C'oslH lln I'i'iiliT .Mure. A ')., Mil ls II I i:, hV. -hit Nonii rirsi si. 1'iiovi: mm COPPER MIS WORTH OF HEH I 0 BE REOPENED r fflilWIWI IMBU'iBUJagjiiiiiil ;,(, i-i t i: (. iv ion w H. C. FRESH EGGS : ( i i Senoiita Corporation Buys In terests of Albuquerqucans in Cuba District; Machinery Is Ordered, It IMl.l . 1 1 1 tl,. i-i - ii. il i . i.w the wonder ii k .i i. i 'I In v ' : fcivc wtt'il.'H 1 1 " II . . Imp. In have ( Hough In Imvv ml H BOULDER BUTTER ,. I,, . ;. i ..1.1. IV I'l III'. 4 Hi' III. - I ' H' .;m Ii EMPSON'S PUMPKIN . ,N. tv, , .1) : 1 ( ill I irt t .it's . !!. ('Jill!' for Empson'g New Canned Sauer Kraut ini.'i lih h mil .Mill Li .st ii i i. ml n r fur n i lili ii h Inst- . II j 1 1 1 1 1 1' it . :!" i offoe' w II II I WARD'S STORE ll lM I II II. ltl 31.1 Marble e. rimm 'JUH-20K Crescent Grocery HI r.7 I vomer itoiti it r .k)m:s ( mil A S. Waller. Phone mmmmt LYRIC THEATER TODAY ONLY Copper mining on a big scale In tu hi' resumed In the Cuba iliHlrii'l (if Sandoval county. Hill mill's north of here. Thf Sctinrila i r- corpora -Mun, fliiiinri'il by New York capital, 'm h Jnlicn oxer the. Interest of AHm quel iilcu lis III thl district, buying claims embracing Sun lures on whli h I lie in arc twenty mines. Tlx' eoiiHhlei a I ion was not made public. The Nonorila corporation is pushing propiirnt ion.s fur tlie beginning of ex-: tensive operations In tin' district. A small force of work men ih iilri-aily at work there anil nnollier squad will leave lure tomorrow fur I'nl'ii to Join the first. Mai'hiiiei y Iiiih been onler-I oil. An electro leailiiin; plant Is to lie built. This will tin put up ncxtj spring. I Copper will ln 1 1 n nsportcd from the distill I tu .lliii'iieriiii' hy freight wagons. Later heavy motor trucks mav he used. However, the road will have In he improved before the trucks i an he used The dislrht lies within time iiiihs of the line of the propos ed A lliii'itiei'iile Knsletn railway and; if the railway Is extended to that point nelthir the wagons nor molor triirkai will he ncocssni v. Heavy shipments of ore from Culm DELIGHT MAKERS OF INTEREST TO ALL HEW MEXICO Publication Second Edition of Bandolier's Work, as Well as Santa Fe Edition of 'Art and Archaeology', Main Events, ISPtCIAL CaRHIVtlNDINCI TO nnffNIM4 JOURNAL! Santa f''c, Mec. 17 I'rom the stand point of Now Mexico the puhlieullon of a second edition of liandcliei's "Dp lightiniikctH," us widl as the special Santa Pe edition of "Art and Archae ology," nro literary events, The Iioremlier nuniher of "Alt und Archaeology" Is given entirely to the work of the School of Am"i'han Arch iicoliiny at Santa Fe. The conlrihu tions are all from those connected with the school and the Illustrations In color, In duo tint and In half tone .ire siipirh, there Ixdim a hundred pnires of them. The niimlier opens with "America ArchiicnluKlciil llorilane,'' hy lOdwar L. Hi wett, w ho also coiitrihutes "The .School of American Archaeology," with twenty Illustrations, the rrontis- plece heiiiK an especially fine picture uf Hie I'alare of the Coveniors. Wil liam II. Holmes, America's rentes! hi ientist ri is (1 at tin: bead of Hie na tional museum, ns well as of the Si hool of American Archaeology, writes on "Masterpieces of Ahorik'inal American Art." lakinn as his text "The (Ileal DriiKon of Quirik'iia in Cuate inala," where the school has done Its most notable work in the Centra) it the rest of the thirty. y- We wont always hy foot, my biij caineta ini'l glii'-s pUites In the knupn.ick on m.v lack, the heavy tripod under my Hi" , his aneroid, surveying inntrijment'i anJ patebfl of the almost microscopic i ; pwii.wiifpiii i.jj.mi ii(i,,i, ,'u.n , tfi i will liei'in to reach A ll'iiucniie In ) A inerica n field .lime If proKiess toward the reopetilnK t wo of them in or the mines is an rapid as the cor- paper, pinatiou expects. The minis in this district have not been operated fur veins. KlKlit color in llustratioiiH, ompany this Dorothy Davenport IN "THE UNATTAINABLE" A Line I'.lnl l lu lticl liiaina of II -( l.iiu M.M BRAY CARTOON METRO TRAVELOGUE I m i : or smms 5, u-.w, h, : I iriCWTOMCTBfiEWaSSiil FORMER ALBUQUERQUE WOMAN MAMED DEFENDER IN LOS ANGELES COURT Mrs. Nellie I'.rewer I'lerce, formerly of A 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1' ti 1 1 1 c, and Ihi! only woman In w cr In the state of New Mexico, has been appointed police court defender fur women in l.us AukcIcs, accnnlinK to a dlspali h liuin that i lly.' Mrs, pierce, fuiimrly Mii.s Ncllin llrcwcr, has :i 1 1 i.i ' 1 ii! much allentlon in ui i,l i i'l iiiiuiis lli' ic on accoiinl of her sketches of the pcrnons .'U'cuseil or test ifylnu. Mrs. Pierce will Hincced Mis. Mabel Walker W'll libra ndt . M. JUST RECEIVED Xicc line of ('lirist- lii.is Candies fdatteuccl, Palladino & Co. ,K M I It 1 1 s and Ml MS. fidl W. Ti.lctas. l'liono 15 COUNTY BRANCH OF . ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE IS ORGANIZED HERE step In lis Ciillipalnil for tin 1 1 1 1 , of Hie proposed slatcwl'li Strong Urothtrs Undcrlakcrs I'ltOMIT SI lt It II. I'lICXK 7.. bTltllMi P.I l ., ( OPPI It AMI SI 1M. H 1 1 I I It pi obi oil lun amendment, the New MiM' u Anil 'itluun I, ai.:iii' urK 'iil.i-il i , branch tin I lei nil lllln count v yesterday ulli'i noun at the V. M. ( ' A. The bai'iie plans to uri; inie brambes in eit ciiiiiiIn i iikii nial ions alreinH' have belli rill cleil in Sanla b'e, I i 1 1 1 ainl Uihim i ll cullliticM, bi'Mliles llclll a 1 1 1 b , con n I , . W IHi Ihi .siibitiisMiun uf Hie prupuM i d a mi'liil ineiil Hie leacile s w ulk 1 1 1 biLlililv i,li IK' f ill I ,1 1 1 I . Alter tin: b'.: I'.l.llhlc l.libllill.s Hie a liieiul iltenl tile WOMAN TAKES CARBOLIC ACID; WILL RECOVER Mr V. I! i i, tun id Cold lei'il Nell I on ti lie, v, l hi k. i.r .ii I'.'IS W. whv life. I ll phys I Mm i'i h I. n of III Yerka she proprietor of line house, touk caibuli, mid illiei Intentionally alU w is nul I now n. Mem- f.iiiiiH 1 1 1 1 1 Patrolman A. thev knew uf no reason huiild alhiiiit to end her V. I! I. "i elace W as called. The linn used the si, .in, icb jii. iii i ihlH ciiviiiK illie wnnian's 'life. Nciiili'k was sai, to be out, of lanuor .Msleiday. b.iuiie will II . Intel' .Hi bile thai i Mll lake TI f I'l :i n, h, eb (a I I The I I'M III' III III In LOCAL ITEMS Or IJVTKHES7 Ti I! llll I H.ilc all, I l be allot Milellt II III I a Ml I el I.'. I'a ,l Ii inn un a i ' a 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 L' 1 1 ut biaiebi'M, ,1 llile i"-lelll,IV, I In, . i ill I a Ic Ii. u' III,' Hi I 11,1 llllo sleiibiv, arc: I'l Mickey. I toss r ('. ,'ti hol'ion. I lev. superintendent b'U'iie; hc liov. oil M I'll DEATHS AND FUNERALS. W. V. I ldcr. W. W Hbler, fill eais obi, died lit I J .ill in W-n i siTi ,ta , ,iT!. ' Ili.Oll K. bis home, I I":' Hoiitli llluli street. Ho r.inie here thirteen niunlhs ;n;n from Spring field, Mo., while he was a Ii it I H H m; colli rin tor. Ills wife was Willi him when ( ;i 1 1 cauie. A sister, Mrs. Wilkinson, Is expected to uirhe today from Sprtnuflelil. The body was taken Hi ('. T, I'reiich's uudcrtakini; I oo 1 1 is. Charles I'. I.ummls, still the leudei imiioIik the literati of the southwest, Is the author of the- fasclnattni; "Where this Stones Come tu Life," with six Illustrations. Kealrice Irwin (ontribtiti'u a number of sonnets on i the Maya monuments. Miss Alice C. Fletcher, the beloved ch.'iiriiiiin-emeritus of the school, and a leader nmotiK thn women of the j Wdl Id w ho ha e devoted themselves to science, literature and music, tells of "Nature and the Indian Tribe," Il lustrated with two splendid Indian portraits, one of them belli); Santiago Naranjo, the Santa Clara, siikc ami statesman. ' 'Hoiim' Huildei's of thp Desert," by '.I. P. Han infton with six illustrations, onn of them In color, crips the Inter est t hrniiKhuiit. "The lAolulion of the Pint in I to, iirntivc Art," w ith over a hundred illustral ions, finds K. M . ICbaiuuan of Santa l'"e in Ins happiest I and must fascinatinc; inuod. The i los ! iim article is by Paul A. I'". Walter on "The Santa I''e-Taus Art Movement," i and is Illustrated with reproductions I of such paintniRS hy the members of , t he colony i "A iiitrmua Mystery," with a color i H I list i ii U on . Ktvcs a hint of the prob I b ins that confront the archaeologist in Central America. It Is by W. II. ' I lolmes, 1 There at" the usual news notes, il 1 I list in t I'd with such interesting pb' 1 lures as that of "The Southwest Mn 'scum'' at Los Atuieles, "Tsianina, the ; Sweet lndi in Sinner. " and iiielnilniU ' a review of the Aver edition of "Hena vlilos," and Loiaiid li. Dixon's "The Mvthnlouy of Ail Laces." Allucel her, the niiml'i r Is do luxe manaine nnexeclled. Twenty thou sand extra copies have been printed for ili'it ri but on ;i m n n u those whom it I" hop'iil to interest sufficiently so that they will come to the dedication of the new nit nailery and museum a' S"ii.ln 1-V iPit-Kis 'b first July, 11M", when a three day This company Inula' atlcli(l:nicc records iH-nvcr li-t week. It i en route (o I I'ranei-rf'o. Cohan and Harris Present Geo. M. Cohan's Latest Laughing Success "He-Trail Holiday" With Frank Otto and Lola Merrill TI K ol'T l!l; AI P.I (jn:UQI i: It ill mean more shows this ldt:li cIiism standard if New York producers sic they iipiu'ci'iali'il. of in i notes which he kept fully and precise ly every night by the camp-fire (even when 1 had to crouch over him and the precious pair' with mv water proof focusing cloth), somehow he slowed al 'Hit him. t'p and down pathless cliffs, through tnni;l"i.l cati i ns, folding Icy strer.ns anil ankle deep sands, we traveled: n() blankets, overcoats, or other shelter, and the only commissary a few cakes of sweet chocolate and a small sack of pMolioil popcorn meal. ur 'IoiIkIiik w;ii the cold ground.' When we could find a cave a tree, or anythinsT to temper the wind or keep off part of the rain, nil right. If not, the open. So I came to love liim as well as- revere. I had known many 'scientists' and what happened when lhf really cot out doors, lfo was In no way an athlete nor even muscular. I was both and not very long before had com pleted my :t,!itiO-mile Tramp Across the Continent.' Put I never had to 'slow down' for him. Sometimes it wan necessary to use laughing force to detain him at dark where We had water and a leaning cliff. Instead of stumbling on through the trackless night to an unknown 'somewhere.' II" has always reminded me of .John M ii i r. the only other man I have known intimately who was as insati ate il climber and inspiring a talker. Put p.andeller bad one aih alltage. lie could find common ground with any one. I have seen nun witn preaiuein diplomats, Irish section can peons, Indians, author and "soeiely." Within an hour or su he was easily the center. Not uncoii scious of Ilia power he had an extraor dinary and .sensitive modesty, which handicapped him through life among; those who had the "girt, of push." He never put himself forward cither in person or in bin wiling. Put some thing about him fascinated all these far-apart classes of people., when he spoke. His command of Kngiish, Krench, Spanish and Cerman might have been expected, but his facility ill aeinilring the "dialeits" of railroad men and cowboys, or the language of an Indian tribe, was almost uncanny. When he firm visited me, in Islcta, he knew just three words of Tigua. In t"ii days he could make himself under stood hy the. hour with the princlpulca in their own unwritten tongue. Of course, tins whs one secret oi nis ex traordinary success in learning the in ner heart of the Indians. "1 saw it proved again In our con tact with the Quicbiia. and Aymara and other tribes of Peru and ltolivia. Iliuil Capacity of Intellect. I have known many scholars and some heroes - nut nicy senium coin'- in tile same original juu Kiige. ,xs i remember P.anilelier with smallpox alone in the two-foot snows of M an na nos; his tens of thousands of nules; of iraiiiniiig. exploring, measuring, de-' scribing. In the southwest; hfs jcarj afoot and alone in northern Mexico, i with no more weapon than a pen knife, on the trails of raiding Apaehen, (where "scientific expeditions" tell: years later, when the Apache was: eliminated, needed armed convoys and . pack Mains enough for a punitive ex. peililion, and wrotu pretentious books about what every scholar lias known j for Hall years) I deeply wonder at thf j dual quality of his intellect. Among , them all, I have never known such j student and such explorer lodged in one tenement. j "We were knit not only thus but , in tlio very intimacies of life sharing ; 1 ('lies und bereavements. My first son, named for him, should now be ; 22. ' The old home in San'a be wn." as my own. The truly wonderful lit- He woman he found in Peru for matcj who shared his hardships among ' the cannibals of the Aniizons and elsewhere, and so aided and still car-! rb's on his work I met in her maid- i i en home, and am glad 1 may still vail WJ&XX3Z'Si?lil' f her friend. CRYSTAL THEATRE Saturday Night, December 23 IK.'SiriVMY SEASON'S HHiiiFST IMOKINC! irs (ii alter m. coiian s hi st ! lay: at the P.niailuay in .(is. Angeles anil San BUY NOW SEATS NOW SELLING AT MATSON'S Special Prices $1.50, $1.00, 75c and 50c hands, Mexi-; mvmxmwmMff jtH'T'Tylllr,'!E'.'g'll WSySttW!. frfl. ,'""" u s. scientist-! . Li'.,t ::ir !Mf A. Mfchtir-r jitjiy.i-,tiLi; ; ; THEATER S CENTS l'lcn itES t II ANt.i: i:xTii with i:i:;ri,u roi k-ki:i:l i-koukam "THE SECRET OF THE SUBMARINE" Two I'arlM. "ROLLING TO RUIN" Tun-reel Yogue Comedy. "HEART OF A DOLL" Two Paris. 'fllMHMI IA I.HY DAY I 1 - -1 re; . hi . R,y w "1 h TODAY ONLY William Fox Presents George Walsh and Juanita Hansen IN Till: M V PHOTOPLAY 'THE MEDIATOR" The Thrilling I'lcliiiialiun of a U (irlil-fiiniiius Hook. Willing o l ight lor Peace! 'Hint's l.lsh Henley. eslerner. who thinks tliere are too iikiiin lawless people in the world He gel- rid of some of tin in hy li-l-pimcr, and maiiy more with his wit. S:;;o. I); !," n. in. timi; OI' SHOWS I '.M." ADMISSION- :i::u, Adult' !.".. :MI, 7:15, Hie; Children, 'Nat a ra llv, ami my dearest niem- U of L"l'les of our t ram pnics together is that fiesta i of the llito. the Tyuonyt. Il nan never and historic pageants will he only I wo In any way been pictured ui'iure. we uf many features that will make a tin- were the first students that ever ex- i,,,l Pored It. He Hint ilisem creii it. aim Hie Heliglitniiikcrs, Crystal Theater TIIMtillT t lun-w ide :.f III I Phi ' lb v, i ting. our.' ,1 W The An ; A. . Winder tiled lug I ln v. i:. 1 1. I !. Si roi .'.poke al was will led. Steildiof. Ila M. Slclliliol, Will lie ill stale. I, Ibis a ft i'i noon ipel. The body The second "I lehght ma ker years ns the iiianee by Ibis eal u j ,1 1 hi of l.anilelicr i' " has been awailed for demand fur Mini rn father of archaeulogi- hax F.t your inoalu Mat tin & '1 bum ill. II II till i d a all Kurber Co., Alio,,, 111'. Plovilie; Throat. CiMwm .Inst the gilt I'l. In s, I'll I I I I i la at Pubniiin Cafe. T.'M. I'bone I' , ! -I'l'llli;:,, all I M. No... ; PI i, 'h i 'pie. l.M', I .11 P. Ill', 11 lot iu. i HI oil' Ii. A ill, l-IIU"' hll Poll, . I sh.'l'. .1 ,--tu .V,, .hi'li'i' en. I ! it . . I ii d.ija' STATESON ROBBERY WORK OF A BOY, 15 OPINION OF POLICE .1. kolb, I , Il 1 1 l; ,1,1 a i l w bo b I III il lei I o I "id I'leh I b. i l I the hum,' of Muill; Waller a liu was lhr tilav bv the - . -. 1 pi inctpal ,'i I ol ' ,i mix . table, had been I I uncial id Mrs. The boilv of Miss N who died I le. eiii tier ll, from I o i b" k until al C. I . 1- rem h s i ll will be ship). cil lonioirow afternoon mi Santa I'e Hani No. 1!. I 'altera I Mivlcei, will be held at Sinicue, (in t.lllo, Call. ula. Mrs. Sllfer, sister of Miss Sldnhof, wi'l remain heio for t he winter. I iinerid of Mr. Nelson. I' llliel'al m I n i s l'"l' -I I 1 1 11 ll: kelson, who died I lecelllbcr '.', will be held a I :i o'i u, I, tuinui rnw afternoon lit C. '1'. If, in lis chapel. The Kev. K. N'. Hul lui 1., h i tor of SI .lubn's episcopal chiin h. will officiate. Hiu ial will lie i in 1' an a w i c iticl ci .v. ' .i b" , w Mi I'l o! SI, M. ,, Al . I I,., I, lo, I , lu A .1 'I IIH I r-.n.l.i !' s..,., till IK it .Mr. i'l., J .is , . Vil . mil si i,! ii-. ,. nip i, II li: ti t I h.l 1 1 fin lb tu tbl niig w 'oi p l I noil " , :lll'l , c 'I he I .i iii i h ' l' as nils.1-- ept Ml I le 1 1 lie, I 1 Di ; roc, cause of SHIPPING ACCIDENTS ,loi iii ., i ,1 heel! t,k, I hoi mn' 1, I I'.l' 'I'll, , I. II nop, ,b II! Ci' I he of the 1,11,1 nul hose :ibrt hllicj. Illaile u I Hunks and i ir coiiIciiIm In def Tb iloU 11 I the Ih .,1 while tbi :.iluid,i night lit I l; I lu ll 'IP Ii. bl lib, I eh. ,1 Sol r e Hie I .!' h "I d I" Hie ml and V M 1 V Hi I Per i I,., pi.-l M. ,, .m I I-. p., O'GRADY LEARNS MAN IS DESERTER SIMPLY BY KEEPING SILENT in,, i I,. I,, iy MnnsiNd ioiinsai. .pedal icAutli winii I l.uiiiloii, 1 ice. IT. Numerous ship-i pun; .h i pleiit are repurted owing to! Saturday's he.nv fug The crew of. the lOngltsh and Welsh ground light-i ship haw been landed at Harry and report that the lightship was sunk In i colliHiun with the steamer WcUliinan.i i The Norwegian sleanier Antiaxorej i i I ! I , I ! I WH the Pi Iglan lei lef stea 111 - i i r i,:htsii "in. lmg at ail' bor in tin Thames. The Aiinavore went agiuiind , in a sinking condition. The stern of i j t lie u: hist rum was damaged. The uleanur Kuval Transport eol ' llil.'d In Hairy Heads with all llllidell tilii .l csni I and was cuinpellcd to ' di x .lo, k. The sle'itucr Nut.ih t';iii-lie was tow f i , lulu I'm t ,s 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 h harbur after a ' c ml i si , hi with i lie Kteain r I h b" is The j log Milieu, i tin in Hiii iius Aires strand ed oft' 'hiehi sler h. ii bur. II:, li. ill BEBBER, OPTICIAN 1 Citizeni BarJt BIcIr. ! Illlloer limi.se, 81!0.j fcoulh 1 1ri trecl. Nice cleiiii riMirnt: llhl iMitiM-kecidoir r(Mio, liiim Itltl , liiitt up ' k ll.'VV .' I , j 1 1 'O M.H'h k 1 1 , W ol ',,o ' . !, , fi I III tl. i ii... nib bl ,1 ,1 II! ..I bin t. 'lb, one ti 11 'Mil .il'-l, s llcv.l "as a M ii -m i Mutely ai t.llei ! .Hi I In Mlbtai x : S '1 INI lies ll.lt de ll "I be 'I li a p S. 1 1 1 1 I I'l ll.li l l-.. i ilivi'imi iv w is t, al Hie o ' I a Use of I'l, I b .'1 eals limn l led the I 'bill s,,ri; i.i I I led. Sill genu I'limtil Mead. I a , , 1 7. i ol Hem b o f sill g, -on of t be w es of the t l'lle.1 State! und il ail Li u' today in ill, at which he lived, dt 't ll w as bl Ilex eil to he Was ll mi In e of Vll gi 11 -'bl He glluliialeil in 'hmihi., imiyeisiiy and n iied Si I ! es a t in v as a n n in Ivm. He was iiottier Death in Mcniing Camp. si iga Huns in this lei been ureal. 'I'he scene of the romance Is laid in the ;ito de los Pi Holes, thirty mile;', went uf Santa I'e, and the incidental description of Hie mythology, cere monies, habits uf the ain ii tit cliff dwellers and Pueblos, are so melinite Iv described that although wnlti-n al most thirty years ago. It Is Mill ac cepted as a text book en the subject although clothed in Hie guise, of a stir ring novel. The descriptions .of the liandclicr national monument and surrounding coiiutix from t'ucliiti to San .1 n.i n. are so true as to picture the country t von as it is tod, iv. In addition to a prefa'e by !'. W. Hodge, al tjic head (if the bin eau of Aiii.'iiean nrchneology and a iiieir.ber of the managing cninuiit lee of the School of Amciie, n Aih neology, C. I''. I. mumis. nnothei nicm h.'r of the cmnuiltiee writes the fol low big delight fill 'id i eduction "One d.i.v of August, ISS ;, m the tci th uf a particular New .Mexico sutltlstol til that w lii poir1 pebbles the sic of a bean slrii';ht tn your face, a rmlily, bron.e.l, nH'h'h'iiged man, dusty but unweary with bis sixty-mile tramp from Zunl, walked into ml' .solitary ca nip at l.os Alamitos. With in tbo afternoon 1 knew that here was the most extraordinary mind I had I met. Tliere and then h"gan the nn-j jioinmon friend. .hip which lasted till I his death, a 'piarli r of a century later. I und a love and admiration which will! be one of mv ib al, st memories so long as I shall live. I was at first sus picious of the "pigeon,- bole memory" wlin h could not only tell me some ginii's word 1 was searching for. I 'tit add 'Poliearplo explained that to me in Coehiti. Noveinbir Ixxl." Hut II diseex ere, that I his i lassified mem ory was an Integral part of this ex nauidmarv genius The ;,ciil tests of lit, lung collaboration proved not only Ibis but the linli' nil poise, the mar vel. ms insight and the intellectual chastity of ll.inilelier's mind. 1 can nut eunciixe of anything tn the xxoipl which wii.il. I have inad" him trim his sails as a hi. i..n or a stiii'i-nt for :ii'. adx .Ullage heio or hi reafter. I rontii c I i-ieinl-hip. ' Aside fioni keen ii'i.tual interisM i i iloeiinieniarv und ethnologic st u H. Ill' eallie 1,, s'l.iw one aliolliei' bl' iiianh bx th" hard pioof of the fron tier Thousands of miles of wilderness was writing Tile i iciiimi ma nei s. Whal days thuse were' The weaibi r was no friend of ours, nor of the camera's. We were wet and half fed. and cold b.v night, ( veu in the ancient llliy caves. Hilt the 11 11 forget t b le Rlory of It all! f "Today thousands of people annual ly visit the Tynonvi at ease and camp for weeks in comfort. The School of American Archaeology has a summer session tliere; and ils excavations ver ify Panilelicr's surmises. IX'ormal stu dents and budding archaeologists: sleep in the very raves' (identified) of th" Haul.' People, the TiiriU(iise, Snake and other clans. And in that enchant ed valley we remember not only the ancients, but the man who gave all this to the world. Tniring the six years I was librar ian of the l.os Angeles public library, far later, no other out-of-print book on the southwest was so eagerly sought as ' The I iclight makers.' We had great trouble in getting our own copy, which slept in the sale. The many students whu wished cupies of their own were referred to dealers in Americana, who searched for tins al- reinly tare volume; and many .were- last, al ten, fifteen ' l!Y SOITIIXUH'S SHOW THE SILVER STATE COMEDY CO, One ll'iur anil a Half of Drama, Comic Opera, Musical iiineily, Minstrelsy, Coueeil, Vaudeville. "I'l a I W (1 Show Don't the Kiggesl I idle Uoail" Show iti Slums Nightly ":;!U; Second s 1 1 ( i - I list :'. Prejudge This Show l'rii( Come and Nv h.V AMI l is 15c: CIIIUMiPV 10c No Mining, Pictures proud to gel it. at timi even twenty times its original price. It will always be a standard -the most photographic story yet print ed on the life uf the pi c-liisloric Americans." i g C H. CONNER. M. D. D. 0. 1 1 SPRINGER Stands for Service ' 1 opathie t': c t-'t-t n 1.1.1 I trial sll eurxhld : f I ilbt Phono i. dlHf.iSfN. I 'clnll ale W. nil Vll ." Ho: i' Id. 1 ..t.'.l M N. M 1 1 ugason He, Prix my .!', d .it 1 1' w ho . hi Wanted Experienced Henry hauls baggaqe and salesladies. Apply Ros clhcr tilings. Thone 939. cnwali's Ml. I d I illlpe and V pill -U' .-.I'lt I .:!.! . self We trudged side bx side - I. sinxed. sliiy, -red, learned t her. i h,r ioint clad t, I ' ' ' 1 1 1 I o i ::.i ! I. ' DOROTHY DAVENPORT IN 'THE UNATTAINABLE' AT THE LYRIC TODAY i ! Fiction writeis are prone to draw heroines from the slage, generally marry them off to millionaires, after numerous inyolxcd intrigues and "problems" have I ecu suf ficu-nl iy discussed. In "The I'natt.i ma hie," the Mluebilil Photoplay to be exhibited at the I - lie theater today only, the ac tress hetoiiic (excises the order of things by marrying a prosaic shep herd m the foothills of the Sierras- and then starling upon a renewal of her ob! life with numerous attiinlaut eotiipl u-at ions. Hoiotlix Haxenport will impersonate the actress, Knioiy Morris will introduce the trouble cle ment into the situation, l-'.lxxood I . (lemming's storx- formed the basis for the scenario Kugeiie H. Lewis pioxid cd for Hiiector l.loxd K. C.u Utun to pt'uci ed with m producing one of the most nii"i est -impelling photo-dramas of the period. Let Us Send a Man To Kcplaeo that lirokcn Window (illlSM. AMU'QrKr.QrK M'mUFTC CO. IMiono 421. 4211 N. First. i. 1 (I 1' '''-iS"-'-. it ' f k -.. i. : r ! 4 7 BUT T1II9 RHAVD or "TELMO o'JiU) coona and HAVE TI1K BEST ANOTHER CAR OF YAMS I ICOM I'tlliTM I s, . , (nv IN ( I I V i:i:di i y .v mimw Salesroom :ns Somli Secoml SI. Phone Stil APPLES 1 1 our h c iv ' I In i'i' i tv. uvirarb-. to r-' bu - er .. ".". 1 rf:i! j- tha . d- i.i".:or.::. :n tlio V..ir.1. hi .s ,-f ',)..! .'. :n our .Mv. th.' r.-alix' difficit inn? of th Mmibwe'-t. Tbrri x.is e.et a nient i ut We bad n endowment no ve ' l'j!: lili? w4s oi-o loa.ioj a Good Co., king ami eating, 1 box. 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