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ALBUQUERQUE EVEXINQ HBUU, WEDNESDAY, W OVIKBER g, 1911.
AiiOQueRguE mmm herald (fluccMor 14 Tribune Cltlwn.) A HWPUH'ACAN NKWACiW. HV THK MHK.UiU rttMAMUXG CO. p IIWI .11 llll I II I IHI II. Illl StlS ! tMliHatiatt ttm jii'sj M hirimiM ajka sireirt, AHwewerqaB, X. M. KntfrrA m sewond-rtaw MHn March 7 1 191 1, at Mm Ke lit AlfmqHrrtjHr, X. M.f air Art ftf Mart 3, im. CHtn woBrti fy malt, . , . , . W ceatu On month by earrkr t n-ms Hh year by mall..... M.W Ono year by amtr...T.r.... 94.69 Yd tJiott AT tiii; unKUir in run county. Political post-mortems r alwa) unprofitable, and thn Herald doe nut propose tu hold our nun-. It I sulll- lit tu my tlltit munt uf the ItepUb tin county tlckfrt nem tn Imvo been defeated. Thf ticket nominated b) Hip Itepub limn convention w-b cur of tlm clean. t t, tiblist urti) bcl ever offered II tliu, otor of llrrnnlllli county. The method ured In actiompllhlng It dn ft it H'ft' thoroughly ciiarnetrrlntlc of tho men who opposed it, and were anything hut creditable to thr csune 4 uf tile "good government" tvhlcli they piofwd to represent, but We Will nut ut thin tlm UIsciim that feature othc election. It In autllelc'nt to say that we believe that tlm people will have camo to blttarly regret what took place yesterday. Tin- Herald U entirely miicer when It Miy Hut It hope tint tho victor will merit th confidence which thft pioplo have reposed In tlieni. Wo mould be untrue to our un obllga Hon to tho people It we. did not prefer to nee m gooa, rather tluin a buil ad ministration o( thf affairs of the county. In all things Hint they ituiy do which look to the upbuilding and thu ndvonceme.nl of tho community Ihcao gtntfcmeri will hnve th hourly support of thl newspaper. In what- urer they may do which seem to he iidvcritt! to the public good n shall without healtimcy nnd without fear icgister our opposition. In common with nil good cltlxen, w devoutly hope that Mr, fllllcuwa ter'n county contmlloner will Rive us a businesslike nnd efficient admin- Intration of the county' affair with out further raising a tux rule nltcady fur too high: thill Mr. ltoniero will bo nU to Veep the prlKoner safely in carcerated In tho llurnutlllo county U In future; thut Mr Montoju will m&kb a good a school anpt'tlnteiidcut it I to ha u real cranio agent, and that ail Hi other uccesful contestants for county oHIce In tho election of yesterday will prove themiielvi-A to be able, hone! and eltlclent publlo er MHIt. And, alno In uomuion with vry Hood c-ltlicn, w. ciirntntly hope that tho iiutmoiltlt engendered by the lutupulttn will be put anlde, and that all our population. rcRardleu of illf frrence. political or other" Ite, will now pet toRctlior In th lnplrlna work or developing thl aplendld commun ity. Wo havo tho best town and thn best county on tho manlet's prove ouraolvva worthy of It by devoting our htxi offorta to It upbuilding. THU YANKKi: NAVY. The recent nuval display In thn Hudson rlttr, howltiK the wonderful llnhtliii; craft of thl country wo dux allnc to Hie eye of thn Rpeutator and uatouiidlng to the rct of the country. Xlnety-nlue war veMe), Including 4 St llrtei battlehlpir, were In Una for review by tho pretldcnt and the ecretary of the navy. It wa tho KM-alct war fleet xver brouaht to uotlier In thl country', and one of the greatest ever een anywhere a IhrlW llnr prldo-provoklng lKht for every American. According to lh ptetldunt, the dli play had "an education value In arounlnr natrtotlam. in H1ulratlnc the ttlillliy or tho naval force to mohlflxa on aliuft notice, and in allowing thu likllt of Hie officer. UiKltieatlonnbly It did all thlra bvnwiclal ertect, and one not la. tie made light or or corned by any im.'Atif. . . Thn United Mtatu I uln.aJp tftho recond naval powr In Hie world, ur- pawing tJcrniiitiy hy a very nrnw tiiittgtii for that place and U within hailing illxlHiice or Hit- top place, held by orent Itrltulii. II navy l mum pured or 36: fighting ami auxiliary, trait, and in manned by SI.:? nun and tittlcer. Two ilirt ulun ttillviilpM a ear until the completion of the 1'anania i until, which will theofotlcally double both Die dofunolve and orfeiinlw ef Uctlvoncw of tho mvy, U the gov t rnnirnt' prevent titan, a uuaounct-d hy iTvijdelit Tatt, Thereafter, one tirttl-cltus Mhter U to ho built owry year, to keep our fighting trengtki ubriAiM of the tlwcs. n Tho llplfly. however, will have an other vffuot. It will cauaa tit nation to mulkm thu ImmtiHe awotwt of mo. key tVval t tied U tkW 4tlKHM macaraear-nwiufy . raw from prodil'tUe ue nnd applied to ue that - mi never be product! of anything but expense and filially re aulllni; In total II. Taking tho lrael view or It. it l ulllv to petld money, but It l ticeM iiry a Ion a: o the natlar oontluun to tlf with enoli other In nriiiameiit. In helping the people, not only of Hii nation, but of all other nation, to ome to a realization of the una lenea of tniiih expenditure, the llud. on naval dlnplay will hteu the day of anient! Arbitration mid world penee. Nrr Y7r. Only a fiiiall ftroporllon of the to tal vol of the Mate tma.yt been re ported. That-vole wa cant In title mill toiwi uii or near railroad and tn eny eominiltilcntlori with new cen ter. V6t Dpi rht part It wa ex peeled In advanco to give majoritle for the Democratic ticket, and It ean truthfully be iulil that outMde f Iter natlllo county the return now In do not how oiij ubtnntlal falling off or the anticipated HepuMlcan ntrength. It la wrlli tu hear In mind that n large majority of Hie voting popula tion of New Mexico live In emnniunl tlca i emote from railroad and tele graph line; that thl vole I heavily tlepubllcaii and that authentic return have been received from practically none of thr preelncl where It wa cnt. Therefore It anuld be enllrnly pre mature to concede the election of Mr. McDonald a governor, and thoe nuavpapcr which are enillug out ex. travagnnt claim nr big majoritle are wilfully deceiving the peoplf whu rely upon tin in for Information, it I no( too much to aay that Mr. Iluraum 1A Wit only undefeated a et. hut there I a very atrong probability that he I elected by a Hubntantlat majority. Itemember. pleae. that three year ago tho Journul-tiemocrat elalmed th election of luirrmolo a delegate In congrena by S.500 majority a full week alter hi opponent had been eleetetf. STICK A I'lN IIHJIIT IIKIti:. Tliu livening Herald I Jimt a much a llepubllcan newapuper today a It wa yrxterday, the day before, and thti day before that. It I devoted to the advancement or Hepiilitlcan prin ciple, which can not die hecau they nrr eixntlal to thn Mtfety or the re public. Thoxti principle may aufTer ttmporary revere, but they ifV aa certain to triumph In the end uv tho country I to live and proiper. Ilelng a llepubllcan newapapcr nnd devoted to Itcpubllcttn principle, the llnrald I not unduly downcavt over what may acein to be nevero reverae in the defeat or the candidate It hlta rupported. A newnpapir devoted to principle need never be a hard loxer, for there la alway the comforting re ?!"ctloii that principle I auro to win eventually and that the day of defeat will olily make mare aweet the day of final victory. Anyhow It I much euvler to foie gracefully than to win gracefully. A man or a nwpaper that ha made a brave tight for conviction I alwaya coimolud In the hour of ilrfe.it by tlm concloune that everything pol bin ha been done in a caue believed to bo right, and can look with calm nef and eatlfalion at the rrnult, even though b advenu. Hut rare I the winner who I unduly Inflated with a no of lila own Importance and who can rcli tho temptation la perform that moat contemptible or all net taunt hi defeated antagonist. UjIik after thn pack that I now yapping gluvtully at It heela have b'en rat Into Hi dUcard of oblivion tint Herald wlll.Aic. doing biilne at tho aame Maud, proachlng llepubllcan dottrlnu and. cheering Itepuhllcan randldatt. to victor)'. ii it. i:i.ir ox i-ooTHAMi. A a Scholar' and a leader or public thought Dr. Charles W. Ktlot oceu plea a high place III the public ea teem, but a an opponent or football amf hlmllar aport he 1 not likely to get vry far In thu approval of the Amrlcun people. football u brutal. y Dr. Hllot. .Suppose It 1 what athlrtto paitlme worth the name wa ever Invented that wan without It element of hat er il to life and limb? Tho few xpec tacutar caualtlea that occur on thu gridiron, and which urn alway "play ed up" In tho mot eetucitlonal man ner by the newNpapfr. are nx nothing to the thouxuml who lone their live cvery year In, hunting, autoiiiooiiing n mi nunicroua oiner pori which might b mvntloned. I uuo.iii i itiiuitriir oiiieieiH lioini bt-itii-bug. it l n lutty pori for lutt young men, It lit In many reaped more typical of the luteno energy anil activity of Amcrkuii life than any otltr apori, jind that In large meature account for II great popularity wMK growing young American clUxcn. That It hu been ubiucd will not bo denied, but what liiMllutluii known to man hi not lX'i it itbunex. To Hit) credit or football b It aatit that It haa been kept cluan tuid that thouu In charge ofvlt dotlitlea havo roiirlnntly lwjr'' vtl itnd aVe tttll working to brlnVlt in gear purfrctloH aa humaH Imptr- tCctlOU Will ill)' IV t)r Kliot win t- iivi far ut-'f. re apeotful nt tn t,in from Hie Vmeriuiti people a an authority on what honld go on !lv fret r btpik ahelf tout) tin nil aiithorfl;- mi what ahatiM be tlon- v 'Hi lx feot or wrawn ami mucr. The apprnved methtal or punUhlng rfeudera In )ai AtignlM now I to 'entente them tn it ir term on tho MeNnmara Jury. What' the matter with turning in now and makng Allmqufnitie the bin get a well a the btwt town Ijatween the two ea7 , Xew .Mexluo lrt. hit and (ill Hi tliiio. I u very good motto rnr even cltlxen tp adopt in a permnnint earn palgti logaii. Tlume Ofilneie rexolutlonlxt etin tlnue to corr the etjuntry preetncli. Thoy may have a I'eek-ln yet. Kranoteo I, Mudero la at Ian pre, litem of Mexico, He will now begin to leant how popular he Imi'l. Pull ofr the button, luke ituvvn the banner, ipill uur kiioaklng and gel buy building up your Plate and town. The Turk and Italian ought to taken hint from the ulnnl.eye.l c Ini tial and get up a Hiire-enough war. In tho eiirly eleatlon relurna the weather man wa tho only one that gave ii the correct dope. Virginia went Democrat le. and fun. grenidn flood I vindicated. Well, there' on,. Hilng certain, If the voter con Mum! it, we can. A a predictor the aeather man ha them all aklnned. KIRK BRYAN IS ILL AT YALE UNIVERSITY Wonl !tccelcil Till .Morning by it. W. D. Itryan Tliriiugli l.nun uce !, TelU Tint! .Mliuepit nice Young Mali In IIohii With Typtiohl, Word waa reeulved Hila inoritlni; hy H W D. Uryan of thl city through a telegram neut hy liwrenoo au Hint Ilia on Kirk llryan. u tu dent oi Yale Unlvemlty, Ib III with n ell developed attack of typhoid lover Aaldo from theiio meiiRor word Mr. llryan know nothing of tho boy condition. Ho atntud, how over, thin Kirk had piouablv con tracted tho dleai. whllo in Virginia, whore ho apeiit tho aiiiutiior'a vaca tion. A letter received form Hugli Itryiin, midden Bcholar at Oxford. Kngliind, y Hint ho la tlnlni; wtdl. Hugh haa boon active in ntllletle ulnen t-nlivr to England, having urgnnlxed an all Anierlcan bnnulmll tram which de feated all comer Ho mentions tho arrival lit i:iiKlaud of Karl 0 Knmteti, tvlio la tho Intt-Kt atudotit to go H Oxrord from the I'nlveralty. having H.llli'il for Knslnnil im Ihn flilt-.i M October Karxten Ii delighted with too proapocta mere WHITSON MUSIC 5 Mrs. Wliitson Has Sold Old Es tablished Business to John Oervis Clark Company. A bualnc change of wldv loviil luterext lutn been iiindw putillc with the announcement that Mr. K. ('. Whllon ha retlretl from actlvw. cummurclal lire, having iiold the buxlliek and good will or the Willi aim Mutc com pa m on South Hecoml etifet to the John l.ewla Clark .Mimic company. Mra. WhlUtui tut uccerully con ducted a general iuiilu hulnea here fur more than twenty year, being one or the cllj' pioneer bunllieaa people. Mho iropoe to take a com plete re I during the next cur and contemplate u number or extended pleuaure trip. John I, el Clark. Hie new owner ot the old Whllvoii huxllie, I mil only an experienced piano man, but atxo enjoy a wide popularity here a a mtiMclun. He I nlo an ex perl piano tuner and repairer Phone 1143 31 Wut CM Atc. THE NEW MEXICO CLEANING & HATTING COMPANY YOtr It CLOTH I NO Either cs rHrtMilrett. YOim SUIT MMUer Box YOUH SUIT Mthcr tk'i VOim MAT -Kllhw Kcx Ito- ttalf u ..i. YOUR (II.OVIM, XiNktle, Cur. Hx4m, lH"tH'rk Matte llko new. HAMTAMY 1IUK;IC8KKH WM'L'MH 1I(ICI We CaH IVr aHd IHIhcr KimhI.,. I'HOMIT MICHVICIi SOLD GONSTRUCTI Q N OF BUILDINGS BEGUN FOR EXPOSITION Administration Hall of Fan aiiiaClifornia Exposition in San Diego Is Well Under Way; In Mission Bcnissance Style: Va!iliintoii, Nov h - Actual work haa begun on Hio mtildlnsa for tho I'anaiua-Callfornlii liiteriuiilotinl ox- poilt !on at tinn Diego, In ll.'. According tn mlicilulo, ny advice from San Dlogo, worknim liogon con- aietietlon Mmnlitv tmirtilttt v,,., -.n, on tho aitmltilttration Imlldlna, plan' ior which, aa mi'mmtctl uy Diroctor or Worka h I'. Allen, worn formally ncreiiUHi by tho director I'ollowlM; thl action, Iho tontiiittco on build Inga and groumlii rccoiunicnded that Iho executive board order work to proceed on tho loilMIng without do la.i Mho all the other ImlliltngM tu b erected for tho oxpohIUoii. thU will bo In thu filiation rvnalNxnnco atylo. It will bo altiialcd oil tho loll hIiIo uf Hid axla or the roum! plan, and at Hio can end of iho bridgo, near Iho California Stnto bulldluK. Thorn It will form a attune feature of tho nichltocttiral com poult lun at tlio on I ranee to tho grounds. In It will be locaietl all of tlm iiltlcea oi Hie ox poMiloii nnd of Hie dlvinlon of works, which aro now loca'cd in a husineia htillilliiK In Kan Dlegu, Tho iitlmlnl tuition building, will bo ready, tho di rector or work aaya, hy April lt. Exhibit In Washington. Win u Col. 0. C Collier, director' xouoial of tho I'iimimnCiilltornlu ox- M)Mtloi, wa laat In Unslilimion. ho niatle arrangement for tho Inatulla- It,... ... .. ...kll.l. tiwii 1,1 i nj .jinii.'iii rAlllllll Hll.lTlllQ I lug tho exposition, Hnn Dlcga and Houtliorii Calllornla to bo Inalattcd In he exhibit hall in tho now Southern lioll.ll.il. i,i.l.. .1... ... .1... I .',.,,, n. in- iiiiaiMi'i. v"l titv i Spulbeiu t.'oDinierclul con,tre, tut j organlxatlon which I kIvIiir Snn ! incgo vniunnio nsMatmifo In promot ing the oxpotltion A coinpotciit xiasc carpenter and iconic arllHt I now ongngett In build ing the liooth for Snn Diego. Thla wilt bo tloxlgncil in the mUMiin at vie. and will form a plcttiicxtitio feutiiro in trie great cxini.it imii it win cm- ItOdv HtlttlM fir Cltn U'oll ltmtvii ntttl ilU. Iliicllvo feature or tlio old mlxlnn, i anil tho Interior will ahow n bit of T bimlliern California ncenety audi us haa iiiado that region ranioua In moiic; and atury. Thu booth will ho Kiippllctl Willi a characteristic exhibit forward- oil from California mid alao with lit-' eraluro telling about Hio oxtioiltlon; alii with photographic view which win uivo an oxecllcnt Idea of tho country nnd of the oxpotltion aa It win apia-ar. All of the Southern tutea wilt have exhlblta In this hall, mid tho visitors Who will bo attracted to It iinnutiily wilt number tliousand. Rare Cacti. Indications multtph Hint the exhlb' of Horn at Hie Hnn Dtego oxpoltlou in litla will be olio or tho uioxt unlipiu, hcuiitiful ami interesting that haa over been seen. 1'ilrecior-Gciicrai Collier rogaida till as one or tlio ' trwi realiires of the otioltlon. i Only a few da ago there wore land-' ed In San Diego it collection of cacti, palms mid other lroplc.il 'lorn from South America audi as Un novor bo- foro been seen lit this country A col lector had spent aovotnl cenra Keek ing (hem ror an oil lilng of I.oh Aug oloi, u J Dolieny. Some o' the cacti, It la Hitlil, grow as high as Iho 'akyscrnpora' of ou tuiHlcrn eltlea. i-'xpoiiiiiou ciiticlalH ni once became IntvioHlitl mtil mailt) lnttilrIoa how similar plains coiihl bo aecuied for tho oxiajiiltlon It la Intended to se cure the must cotiiliioto tollcoflon for Iho botanical gardens surrounding tho exposition that havo ovoti boon as BOiiibleti ninwlierti. Triumphs of tho Air. At tlm raie avhttors arc succeeding In thu completion of the comiucet or nio air, Micro win no uttio left to lenrn by the Hmu of he iicitillnir of tho J'ananin California Intermitloiml oxiKislHou In lillS. rlnn llli'lto tlinn will offer to Hio ''world. I: tho plana of UlrectoMlenoral Collier are rnr- tied oui. a romplcto exenipllflcation of tlio nit of aviation from lu In ception. Colonel Collier la himself an enthusiast on thla subject, a member of tho Htm Dkso Aero club, and one or tho chief ploniotcra of thu spurt. He has a flmi iiHr In (llenn II Cur tis, whu has exiablbhcd his wintor aviation school at Hun Diego Curtiaa has been nari'j ctwiiili'loiH'r of avia tion lot Hie t'xiH)i!tlon. Ho will not only Ntiporlnlcnd tho gathering of tho most L'onijile'o coUcvtloii of uorotu.ut leal aupitiatus over got together, hut ho will .milio a spi'clal atudy of mo iHologtral roudltkwa on tho roast. mid will do all he ;an to riiifhor tho success or the 810,000 flight from I'aiiaina to SulHcao, scheduled to taico plmo on tir oicnlitg or the canal SALVATION AIMY XEPORT The ft.lli.iiliiir Ik the reiiurt uf fun- tain n Wenilell' of tile Hatvaltuii Aran foe the fTva Wi-ek ending No veinber S Number or iipeii.alr meeting held, 3i. T v " Kallmated ottttulanco, 1300. Number ut ntecHtig held In hall, am Atlendanee, ISa, Atlcnthiiua atllsMilday suhool, 0. M-ietlng In Writ Number or irwent and shoes given. HO. JBfflr ' Number of meaht mid lodging, DO. Number or lo? uf bread given, Number or Wwt. Gn sold. 750. Numlwr of StHiHhth and Italian War Cry. 80. Xiimlier ut YW ''twill or. 100. Number or pay In Jail, 00 Incwiiie. US!18J Kxpemllture.iWlSiTK. NUHibfr priifisiV' inversions, 9. YwWfigNtMfulty, OAPT. P. WrJXDKU ANOTHER ATTEMPT TO GROSS ATLANTIC First Flight of Akron, Sched uled to Fly Over Atlantic Is Disastrous on Account of In sufficient Qas. Atlantic I'lly. X. J.. Ntv. x. Uuk or Kufflclent gua to keep Hid blu tllrl glblc in the air brought to a autlden end the trlul flight today ot tho air ahlp Akron, which I chduleii to make an attempt to crow. Hie Albui- He ocean from thl city aouin time thl month. Akron lauded on the lueudowM or (Irani)- bay auVeii miles from hero thl aftetnoou timl had to bo towed to thl city. It arrived at the hangar shortly after ft o'clock to night. A propeller blade broken and a guy wlro snapped went th only purt damaged and Ihcio can eull be repaired. The almhlp left the hangar it t the Inlet at the northern end or the city at lo a. tn.. and matte a spectacular rilaht lilting the bench, aero thu city and over the meadows heiwcan thl resort mid the malulaiid, at u height of about 300 to 400 feet. The balloon wa up nearly Iimi hour when the cold air began to af fect the git ami she f.illct' to ahow proper buoyancy. Several landing were made and fluall) when the Ak run could not rise nga'n to a stiff I cleiil height, altance wa sent rnr. Federal lire mtier stationed on the Atlantic flty it ml tin. Ilrlguntlno benchc. went to Hut rrcuo and with ii number of other taunchc drnagi-d the airship loose from tho mention grata and towed her home. Metvln Vnlihuau, head or the pro poned expedition to Kuropc. wa not quite atlricit with the ga supply when tho eJitrt wa made today, but decided to take a chance to eo how the slilp would net. -It waa wonderful Hie way Hint ahtp behaved," said Vaniman tonight. "My crew behaved evn better. "The flight wa ueeftll and we were sorry when It had to be aban doned because ut the lack of gaa. We know now that a trip aero the At lantic In a little more trying and longer but enllrel) possible." FRUGAL MEAL Marshall Who Served John D With Subpoena Couldn't Get to New York Fast Enough When Offered Scant Repast, New York, Nov. i. Murshal, Heiiker returned to the fed oral building late thL afternoon. He announced with some pride that he had been enjoying the day with lib) friend John l. Hook ereller. upon whom he had Herved a subpoena lu the tuel trust cane. "Mr. ItoeXerellor asked me to be sure to bo there ror breakfast," fahl the iiarehal, "snd I took my gumshoe man, Crawrord, along with me. Craw ford I still up theiv looking over th ground, and Mr. Hoc kcfellr h placed o crvttitn at hi disposal. Mr. JtOckefcller again tkcit nio tn no with him over Hit- place but 1 could not stuy. "Mr. Itoekrfelb-r wa at hrcakfatl whun we arrived. I tun! a fluo nppA tile with mi. hut when I aw the fru gal meal I could not get back to New York fast enough. "Mr. Itockerelh-r treated nio. tike a gentleman, and It would not b,. fair to tell what he had to eat, would It 'When I handed him tho Instru ment, he said: 'Why I thought that that had till 1mm ulludt-d to last Kat urday." I said, 'No, Mr. Itockefeller, It had not, rnr you e this paper Baking Powdir Biscuits Lljifci aa a Feather t JtyMrsJmtt McKensie Hill, Editor o tA SOm Costing School Mogasiue KakJng Powder Wtcalts ma.le by this recipe are so far ahead of ordinary ha. king; powder Meultt!iat, If oucc tried, wm will Hevcr hc anf otlier recipe Try it the next time -ou ran short of bread. Save tWa recipe. jn m 1 1.-' 'UVVfflHVl mm I C HmlAmi TeHitt ttuHi Thrte tutiftor. H tu ti tup ilnvt ettlng; J 11 ivo,ijli A' C Jaiinr JlHttW: ahonl 1 1 milk pr avltn I Uosooniit tltt Slit three tliuxs, tlie flour, stilt anil iMklng ixiwikr, Work Into the Hour the ajiorten Htf, Ih w, or mtkr mr kortcHlM. Then wli to a very oft joh with the milk. The softer the Mscwft eater the oven, tlm lighter It cowwwrt. Keyerl(BeainMltl..iKV)wi!tr roll lltfhOy. Cat In atwtll 4miJ al).I hk n W or very sallow mh in n M evi. U HachHt MschHsIm the Hans )4mc w1I atHH-t, lKt allowl ig tikes toUmcfc. klfa4lWH are Utrt kan Ijrg oh. tiMgt litocwlt tkt not hnva tk prefer VMWMMt of tttttc tu raise ami baVe. m Hy jml mm Ik utw K C Cook ao.,11 HriiMfiil of uMM-ftabw r ll ik((M ytwry mm Hon ut owjSiiWy Nw kWja kt shatity Hiiut l-iy JBcthW fttr SMC t iliiH t wtunj ttnhrtHletlltttmm SMUMiff Um m4orrl trr ROCKEFELLER HAD should ba ' ii it pained ' it stiu 1 poena but t tlli nil 11 -m tint -r-not put out about ii ' " -till lie niirlnii ' It.- ciml, I . know iiihI .mi f How have many vixatiou tiling to no lit' your line ot duty. I iiilmir. m man who perform his tnk well "Now. that I the lant of the lilllich. exittpi the .itic I Hate fur my friend t'harlln Nehwuii but there a on i ) any t rii 11- in h.V.iuk thai. ' BE LUX L A SWELL TRAIN Manicurist, Ladies' Maid, Stenographer and Every Conceivable Convenience for Transcontinental Travelers, lleHlnnliiK orl In December tti Atehlvon. Toiiekti & Huntii I'V rallMii) vompaii.t mil put tin tho ftrrl extra fare tmin ever run jto Callfornl.i It will hv oi.irtttiit once ii wek on a slxt-lhret- hour xelicilulc frmn rhl ittgit to l.w Aligele. The train will bo callitl Hunt Ke thi I.uxe. mill the Mloguit will he "Mxirii fast, ettra fine, extra fare." The following pe clal feoluren of the train have been decided tl pun Stenographer, ludJes' maid, mani curist and halrdriuier; barber, bath ing facilities; vaoiium cloaner fur cleansing urn. market report mid yiiopl r da' news, by win . clothf jiresslng; eleetrlc curling Iron. Ilbrur) or latitat fiction fr ilelitl) chniiged. mugaxllie anil dallt ilewpaperH tereocopc view or noulliwtmt nc'-nen, mail box. floyr illstribiitetl free at San llirnartlllio. weat bound; ilectrla algu fur rear of train, special stationer), finest to b. hat). Htainped postcard of Ie t.ux train wfiun, tllstrlliutetl fret-, bag gage label. )r. Thr stenographer, will make nu merou OupHciitcHjt ofJiDeiv rupori. ror lliroraiatloii WipmsJmser; HI ervlae will bo rreo ami he will stamp all mull. Th dining oar "in ductor will perstiiially atlvliMVji-ocb parsriigtsr oi lunch and tllnner Injur. Inrtcad or having mimu colled hi masse Uv iniii Small Miler will bit lesii.'il im ilivti-ibiitiun ..u the train allowing i..t. hi roiit nui.mtnt. Kpielal lenter.ti SNOWFALL OF WEST S ESTIMATED New Work Undertaken By Weather Bureau Is of Ines timable Value to Irrigator in New Mexico Valleys. Washington, Nov 8. Dnr.tig thu Inst tno years tho weather bureau ha miiilo avuteiuatU' inonkiiremeula of tlio amount, of snowfall lu t tit- Iiiohik lain rrglona of tlio weat for tho nur- poso of dctcrnilnlnj; na acciiiutely us ioJlblo Hut niimunt of wntur avall ablo ror uKrfcultiiuil uin louunorctut lutercsta ilurlng (ho ensuing spring and miiiimi-r eaons." Tlm uhov stgtoiiiout waa mado today by Secre tary of Agriculture Wilson. Continuing, tho secretary said "In tomiectlnn with tho dimly of snowfall and ita cousotauunt run off, n syHlcm atlc niiow survoy was hegnn lit tho fiitu inlit.il uf Miiplt) Crook, near Sjirtngvlllo. irtnh While thr- work utm uf im (xpertinimtnl nature, It Ihoutlit that within two years suffi cient observations will hrtvo been t! tolinii to ici nit of arciiriilH rorccasi of waior miuply fnun tho wintar Htiowriill. Tho at atom ran also W ov- lotiiled to other and larger projects, and tlio work will bo limited only h tho amount or Mud nvnllal.lo for Iho purnoae Tho report on tho prelimi nary campaign In ihn Maple Cretik wntfrshtil hnu brought many uxiiips slona of commendation from fanners and hydraulic cmtiaeerx.'' Chamberlain's StoMMh ami Liver Tfiblots do not sktkefl or grlpivnad Bioy Imi taken wltk rfect saK'H' by tno whm uikio vmu or iho youmwat rhIM, Tkb M aiM feeble will Ih) flad thw a mot sitluldo remedy for all aM strotistlicnlat their wimliftiM rfMetstUm aa-l for rosuhillnc tK bwel, Fr oatu by all druggta. "Hid th play hv a happy owl. IhrI" t "If MhsH v hmn www, My wlfu 1TED tiii: m xi: ki'.i-i.s goeil Situirliig HrlcW for . , So Scnibbliij; ni!ic ..Hit- U.lu 7.vroii Wlro t'lofliea l.lni-. ..... Soo Moiling flim for .in Meaty long liamllctl CikiI .Sliotcl l.lu A largi- p.lv t'tml llotl J.lu A ilaiiity Hiiggy Whip 'J.Vi Oaltmilrcit Wa-li llollci-rt. . ... . .41.00 Moii'm Coiiluroy I'auta SI..10 Mi'ii'n Coriliiroy Coat , '.:, Win, KIIHtH, l'eoiileor. 311 Mmtli l lit M, Thoro I llttlo danger from .; nld or from an attack of the grip except when followed by pneumonia, nnd thla novel happen wheu Chamhur hilu'a Cough ltcninly la used 1'hlj ronictiy haa won Ha great reputation mid cxletistvc milo by Ita rcinitrk Hilo euro uf colds and grip mid can ho rt'llcd upon with Implicit confidence. For snlu hy all dmsglsta. I'an. what la tho btlghU-st star In iho sk " Slru. my on " 'Hut I am. paw. I want to know ' Chicago Tribune Tho salarle paid by Cnulo Ham to Civil Hervleo u m p I o y o a ciiuul and exceed Ihosit paid In any branch of private commvrclat life. Thousanda of ap pointment nro tnado annually. Qualiry at homti to pas any Civil Service Kxamlnatlon. Write today for fri-o Civil Bcrvlce Hook, linn-national Corrvs ixiiiiteiii-o SclimiN IPix RKH, Scranton, 'a. Or wrltn Cllfloit lloglicatl, llox tl'J, Allniiiicripie, New Mexico. UNCLE PAYS WELL if 0 The movements of thin store will bear watching closely this season. From time to time, we are going to spring some pleasant surprises in the way of extraordinarily bip values that will mean a pood saving to economi cal buyers. Right in the beginning of the Winter Season, we have a few linee of fine suits specially prieetl at 0.00, fftfi.OO, $90.00 and every suit i-atitively an cxeeptienal valwe at tke priee. They're wtrth more meney. We kettght ft few toe many ef suits, We have a special $14.00 line, Witk tke interest ef onr oustemers at heart we prefer te give them the benefit ef getting thing really geetl in their Tall twite xtw"than mueh later in the tease. Ne tlenltt last lesg. they w't M. MANDELL M a