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-MHH44 Snap for Gift Buyers:; " ' rzsKaaangaMnmaxanaaaircnaasarKasBS'saBa ' ' :: Supple Line, of Leather Goods it Wlwksilc "Prices i! Theee arc salesmen's sample from ?t af the tat :; houses in the country. We effer them te ye at the actual wkeftMle wrist. Xand tops from $1.00 up Crd Can' f rem lc up ;: Bill Ftlds, Coin Purses, Paee Cases and a. kost. of ieath- : : ;: ert xevelfcjaa at correspond in a; figures. vv' ! O. A. Matson Elf ttL 3fale nnd 3?le Stentfra ' pliers CiVil sVrrise mi nations Anneunoed for Dc. 13tk in AllraqueriiVe. Tho United Statu civil service commission announce! an examina tion 'or ho position of tcnorrn otter nnd typewriter, both male fciiialo, to bo held at tho itinera named below, on December 13. JB11, for lwsltlons 1n the Held service In tho states In which the extntaatk&a aro held. Tho supply of Kill qualMed ateneg rapkera and tywewrttem Km net been equal la the deinaRd and exeelient op portunities of appointment ate c.'fered to those whti stieepsafully paw the examination. AppWeatlen blanks and further In formation may he obtained (rem the local secretary of the beard of ex amlaer at any of the places named, or Mewl the secretary of the Twelfth civil service district. San Kranciseo, California. Completed applications should be promptly Hied, with the civil aervrtoe co)ierfefl, Wanning ton. D. C. The commission wilt ar reuse ta examine' any spp) leant it whose application are received IB' hb Helmut ttnte te permit the shipment of the aeceeaary examination imperii. Kxamtnatlea will be Riven at At bunucritne ami Las Crucee, X. .M. SAN SIMON VALLEY IS MlSii Strip of lanfl t)t Xetntly Opened Up ty Biseevery of Ample Water at Skullew Jkpth Itoeks Ingkt. Silver City, N. M.. Nov. S7. I)ow In the BOulhu'vrter'n onrt of Clrntit coutrtr, whlH in alpn the routhwent e'rn part of Now Mexico, and rrw tho line tn Arhtona hi a tection et, the country whth k rapUty comlnc te the rront a n fanning dtntrltt. It knuWn aa the Man Wimii valley, fu addition to having- a very rich and fertile aell the atettwi he water for Irrigation .bjr pHmtdac which up to the prevent h' met all dtHin4 uvnn It and, which eeema tHexhaUfttl w. ' ' ' The aeaeen juet eteeed proved a very favoeaMa one te the seitkra In tho vatfejr. Laet month an exWW- thin o; iHHt rway held; tn ifwlM. and the dMphiy wae a revelalioa efen to the piieflo thne4ve. and MWa o attraeeiM .Ha Mt aeneirat jMHMnaer aaeitt of the raltroad had the wheH' MhtMi tMMferred W JM TKe'Vlrtufl MlnMr ad Develop Men nifriaawy" etawniiithK iMm W. le(arl an leeie4eVMer; iriani In Oave Cm1, thue tMaMtr. pewet pvm a icheap, tmwer, and eraea 4he ffflulency ot pumping by clectrla fibwor haa boon proven In New Mux Wo tt VortaUa and eliewher. in Mie ,weMa of ihe San Wmun valley Mve never ncvri exhaunted by ptHwp lg them with gasoline encin. thla hi IIKuW- te V4 the K-at and mrt ef flclent teat uea by theeo fRrmtri,- all ,of whom are pieaaca wH im. Weetmct of ohri nower re pump' Never) alfalfa field were cut fear Hfum m year rmd "tho teweMr; wm year old are yUddlmt' mw rwtee ta four tone to the acre at eaen cut' Mac. wMeb. .art Um ,pim aMaUa ( luilaiallaM "til HaJ aa - WjJ luHgekLau , eTrBrfrrn e 'e eeaffri fTnanfTelfTt Oae neaeh Iree In Jama Neav'a Arcteawl. beartac tor. lbue mat Mute ihmumm' ?w wHt ar wait, m ateo -ham ntaMiite that n4a Ma MM 4. i-um Uialoa. areei anirtet Md Meters v, jlltaIH" aal ibtie, Her haa ft beM wit Kent Wee'! m all MMntir lotur. , AmUm- vm Ifae belajHriNI .if OeUfa wia ra rmmm Wtee i ii ' if fi.i.M ' NxWla. uli. k mmm .aim Ma iSteM raleed In Cecniee county la IMr MMrteMM'naMMfc '"ttia itMaW i ar'.fran cJt mhtm toUeawd br mantnanh aaal tea ma iaBMll MakaiUjar ttaMcr.taa was l gasat NwutAtlM toa astwtt aat by H ratactrktM iMMi .t aa94c IB a J flrvlM AHit If) A H Ikft WW. w ww w i wv 'railed vpoa wltb' impltrtt cvn'idtate. rot s.ie tuy an arittgrma. , mm ft oew. & Company j . t ' H TUBKEY T Qrixily Bear an- Other Sensa tienal SanoM Have Been Tabooed by 6lie and Tire Departments. Denver. Colo.. Nev. n.Tho daneea that eMluelvo Newport an crety tHdHhfca tn, eraei as the Orliriy llear. the Turkey Tret, tho Cubanol (Hide nnd other "rM." have been placed under ban In tho public dence hall of Denver bv the flto and indlco board In nn enter tJHiied vwtordny nltornnon tho homd calU tliuiti licen tious find ilomornllilnK and aaya they niuet ro from the public ilanco hall. Hereafter only the "atralght" dance wM be en re to in tho dfte hallt. There wilt be n plain rlethea man etattened at each place, and any at tempt to perform what the beard call a licentlftua Marco will he promptly tujuelcfced and the pioprleter haled before the fire and pel lee board to rhow why hie llcenie should net be rerahetl. A viola Men of tho board'a order wilt mean tho cancellation or the license. Kren the time favored RioonllgUt daneea eerao under the beant'a ordor. Iri a private home or nt a private danelng affair they may bo perfectly proper, the beard '. but In n place wtiere young alrli dance promlecu otmly with men -wttheut ttelng throuxh the fermalky of !H,t,redtcttei the re. MlaHtle moonltalH dance aeaate'a dangeroua anpect. There will be no atene taken by the hoard to bar the daneea forbidden tn the dance hath from being produced on the atage here. There la a dIKercnce between a young girl watching thcao daneea Irfermed on the atage una perform' Ing them he rue! f, either In the com paay of a strange man or In the prcaenee' of a crowd of atrange men," aid Jamea R. KetaBd, eferetary ot the beard, dlcitMrfng the order "Tho beard In iMntng the order la follow Ikg the example of city authorities In New York. Chicago and other Maces. t( a for the protection of yenng ftirla who frequent the danee halls and who cannot bo kent mit heeauae they ae beyond the (KM Hmlu Any one who haa aeen ttHCklay Hear and these other rag can .'readily, aee the dftgr In thent foriMteae irkht. They ate Immoral and demorftUatng. It a tljncn hIh iafirmet en any aUae 'iif ueiivtrlof Ve1t' a nature as tn shock the tMMtawrtHH of de:e4i cy, the board, of course, weald put a stop to It. attKMak H iteea not pre. tend to bo 'a.-eefclM-ef the stage, There are danceee-nrth one part of the public would objeet to and the ether would tee nethtag ehjeettenabte In. seme call daneea that are beau tiful and appeal te the artletle afd aeethetie sense immoral. Certainly no ean aecuaath ttefHtlari "raa ' of hew aeethetie er beaitttttil. They ate vulgar and tha-Iaaat nhjeetlenabla dm f the.-n ean - ee made inueeent mmmk) of iteeeaey." The Orisety Hear haa nertkatarly m4e a hH wMh (4m aaeiasWa awt M, Newport and upon the head of New tie of mlnletera basause Ks mm- rs dance tho -"rim ' fh. Denver beard has jomcd la- dselaNng Mae. NaWPOAT fANM t . OHICKKN RKEU Newport. Nov 17. Tho "eWe reel" 4s to be th eaaw aeetety danco In New York this www. Ks aaoasor, Mrs. Kegiaald YnHderblH, haa jado ht Immensely popular In Nowpott and aV AWrcil VnndorWlt's wMlrafldack eawjt. The ilnnco is dtincutt in aeaertue. tt beaiMi with aoinothlng Hke the taatlon of a chicken walking, and then the Maetnera clasp each ether sad have a mad ft) the two.step. it -waa i between cearaes at the aiawer Ka at ilaady- rlat nwat. and ataa at the newea nt the Jnaa Haninn the NwaHms, the mdaaa a'aaa the Tfce 'riMly bear" la maid to have bean dtmrad t the Vaa4rMH cant Inany m the mountain, trm N aass MtatV to be h faature of I ha New Yark 9Ia pay ta taaa, Mm work eeasea laL anal larwaattaA raaid l Uu U, I OttflMattirtee, U yea; aee a Ataert em. man r waatan aver., It iwi' tea Hilble far aar at sens eat aaattiaa ytnt-pm, tkm otrH eve S-sasal-taattan, Te dear haw faaataaat Uy ht rar aaaratttsaai write rr aaw raa' Ctrll Sarvtea haekbM. 4 M,' OtW tea Btaaaaeaa, reteeeatauya ef Ii,' taaaaasnml wieastttadatsBe iacsteok; EO IN DENVER Baa SaSV 4uaatajaeeeaav SI. 'IS. mm l is i mm i Iron Vaster I)o Hot Protest When "Tax Is Doubled to How UXeduoe Kern. (New York letter to HcmM.) New York, Nov, 17. AHdrow Car nrcie Mill! tieaitN xh tax lUt nt New York city with' an aeiment on per soriAt property valued at 10 million dollar and rent etnto worth a mil lion more, flnce tJ Carncgto bua paid taxes on personal property val ued at S million dollar-, but this year the llRiires are doubted. Thue fur no one tm.i appeared for Mr. Carneale to wear off hM perm)Ht nacnient and, based on nn ettrt)Hted tux rnle of tia.00 per 11.000 his tax bill for lilt, will excited IIJI.OOO. Mrs. KummmII ue, who has paid tuxes on a persona! iirciimt ot 6 million dollar, since the death of Hus sell Hnge, yesterday obtnliu-d n reduc tion to $1,510,000, Robert V. D.far !, counsel for the Saga estate, ap peared beforo Tax. Commliwlonsr Charles T. White and submitted affi davits showing thnt Mrs. Hsri. was bid this year for only ono-lmlf the personal property on which sho pant taxes In the nui. A Styntery to Hie Orate, tils Idftity still wrapped In mystery, tho young mini who killed himself In tho Hotel Astor November , wok burtd yesterday In Komdru cemetery. I'ntll the miiment that the cottln was lowered Into tho firavo Cnlnt hope 'I"" -nli ru.ri-d that the Id. ntlty of thr suii'Kio, wlirv imd given his namd us Mnurlre fciunrt, nnd who had since been erroneously suppiucd to bd Lord Kliolto DouKtns, would be finally established. KIiohihI Slum Work In Tableaux. Commander Mtee Kvu Mooth of the Salvation Army In tattered drab skirt and a plaid shawl, worn as a hood, appeared on tho stage of Csrneglo hull last night and diwrlbd how. 'n order to reach the dwellers of the un derworld, she Initiated the work of tho army In the slums ot London. hc went among these outcasts, she eald, as a flower girl, visiting foul dives and reeking alleys and going Into tho very homes of tho unfortu nates who did not want religion and would not tolerate the Balvailon Arf my uniform. Her appearanco thUb garbed last night was a part of the living tableau demonstration of the. work carried on by the Knlvutlim Army In this country. Thero were a doxnn tableaux. Two dozen children ot tho officers, hoy and girls, gavo n flag drill, at tho con. rltulon of which thero were showers of snull American flag from the cell Ing of the stage nnd auditorium. An other drill by half a hundred cadets of the New York City Training school ended with tho presentation of a score of the veteran officers of tho army whose combined years of service totaled tin. Itakerteii Wiockmalr Vnoanltary. The existence of efeocklng-ty: unsan itary condition in many bnkeshop tn New York City Is dhssteeed by the In vestigations of the state factory Invrs. tlgatlng eemnvkwnn here. Tho first hearing developed testimony that of mora than two buHdreu bakeries vis ited by Inspectors for tho Consumers' Uague 6 per cent were In a filthy nnndltlon, without proper light antl ventilation, in nnn ettop, which waa a fair example of the others, the sweeping were aKowed to settle on the bread mateHat; rata worn abund-' and and u cat was found te have given birth te kittens In a bread pan. ffeme ot the white pastry material wan se black from dripping nt water from above that the Inspector mis took the mixture for chocolate. The eammbelen hopes that tho re- sut.. o Its werk will be legislation provUHflg for thorough and syetnmatlo Inspection ot manufacturing establish menU.i MotorMe KHIeel a Her. Ite-xlng enthusiasts hurrying through the first snowstorm of the eoason en thslr way home late last night saw u email boy seated on a pHo of bulld-lne-material besld the curb, Hemeone shouted to him the warning that he wMtld frufse to death there, and when he did hot answer, a man climbed oh the pile and found the lad dead. Hie back, was broiccn, hte body crushed end hie skull fractured. Tho polle believe, ho was run dewn by a motor car and that the guilty driver prop ptd tho mangled form up aialnt tho lumber nnd drove off without Q much a, calling aid. riot ono of our fino ntaanr Seta for your Tliankagh'bm Party, Albert Fa ber; KurBllure, SKa'eaa, Carpets. iSBinaaaaannaaaBaaaaHaBBaaaaBsa McCll? Mag yt, isi;llc tMitM lN4tHM )F4wMRsl4 tinMi any other asagaeiaa.ar .Mttataa. McCalt'a Is JwaaiiaiaVi ,tahlon Uulde aniatMy ia ana Mittkai iMMilivrnMed, taanaaud kasnea. ReaMea aaow lag all Um latent designs of MiCal WWarha; each Itaue Is brimfai af auarWIaa; ahotf, atcrlett and hetafal taJwTiaatSoA fee women. Iktb jMW Km' la 9hU W d 'sBtsailw IfacJPs ShittSmmm-. Cum UsCtel lyMm UU slt.raWls MeCALL'S MAGA: m-t W. S?n I MaWVastt " tint StSMi MAtors Strawttt1; Bvery 'Day, i boxes for 35o tmoy tialifernia Toma' ' teifl 2 Ibt.'H'v 25c. y Colorado Sweet Cider 90s jrallon Ifew Kelts all kinds Fine Katire Celery So Hubbardfquash 5b lb. Fancy Table Raisins 25eflb. Fresh Citron and Peels Raisins, Currants, Figs and Sates Club House Pumpkin for Pica 15 nnd 17 l-2o can Belle Springs Butter 2 lbs. for 75c Sugar-12 lbs for $1.00 JU.MAL0Y Phones 172 and 173. 216 West Central Avene MADERQ IS GREA E Question Often Haised as to -few President's Ability to Govern Unstable Country to Be Decided Soon. Mexico City, Nov, 17.--Tho oft repeated ussumpti 'ii that P'mnclsco I. Madero, now piesldont of the re publlo nt Mexico, Is not great nnouah tn hold down the turbulent oltment In the country Id the south wilt bo test ed within tho next few months. Al ready there has been talk of revo lutions and uprikliine, but hitherto Madero has been equal to the occa sion. It was prophesied that It need ed tho Iron hand of a Dlax to con trol the government within bounds ot ufuty, It remains to be wn whether n government .founded upon principle, of equal Justice to all will succeed. Mexico Is now on Its feet again and the revolution tea' overthrew for Itrlo llax Is n matter ot history. Oil November 0 Prum tsco I, Madera took oath of ufflro nnd became Mexico's president. Kcnor Madero ascends to his high and responsible of rice as thb people's choice. They-fought for the fight to un honest veto and to an feotiest Kovrrnuunt. both of which they have a clulm to. Madero, who led tho rovclutloiiuta to victory, wax their own choir us haul of the re public, It is now tho- duty of every Cttlxen of Mexico to support him and hie goyornment ? . President Mnderu'a cabinet is made up as follows .Mnt.uel Cutero, minis. tor or foreign amnrst Abrum uon- sales, minister of Um interior! Man uel Vosqnes T.i s MnlUr of Just Ice. Miguel Dim LonibYrtlo, minister of cdututlnn, Miuuie; llonnlilu, mln Istur of coiiiinun i ailoiis; (-Jrnest Mu drf minister if nnanco; Qett, Jose aonutlf itnlas. minister ot war: iHnphael Hirnundrx, fotnuntp. . Kenur de la liarra, who has been acting us proviklunal prcld6nt, lm mediately on luins reliuved from of fice departed on a diplomatic nU Mlon to Kurupe Frestdent Mudero begins hU ad alalatratlon with thd tv.ntry atrH dwwffected In spots. The principal disturber has been abvpek, who ha c6MtlaM In rebellion aewlnst H provisional KvrriiiiieH, it hi state,' iMtwevar, that ho hue eoMfMenco In Madura and has promised la ceaae eateeaUons with the end ef tho do la Wan a ievernineut President Mudero haa aaown that he believes In Juttlco ad tHat ho l h etrc and able niaet, ad. ikeee la every, reason In belrva that under Ms direction tho caamtey haa new, aaiered npon periea if aaeefeelty. Megalate the bowehi wtMa they fall ta mave pruptriy. JJHSUtN-l la ait admirable bowel rttor, It hetpe the liver and stomach aba restores a na fssiing of strength' and bHeyancy, ri c. Sold br " draagiats. - kja an mm h , NQU6H FOR JOB TO PUSH PAVING PROPOSITION TONIGHT Commercial Club Directors te t Be on Hand at Sneeial Meeting ef the Council Tonight to Disouss Streets. Tonight Is expected to settto tho paving question for all the tlmo until AlliuiiiieriiiM decides sho m'cile more than Ihu buslncwi srction ot the city paved. The city council la to hold a special meeting to discuss the .proposition, and the Commercial riuii will have a bunch of boosters, In the shape of the president, di rectors and a number of members, nn hand to push the matter to a defin ite conclusion. Tho council has been discussing tho proposition for tight months, nnd the pendulum or choice for materials has Mwung from blttl llthlc to wood blocks, but no actual steps have been taken to select nnd put down tho paving, Tonight Is ex pected to see definite action taken in regard to choice, ttnd some settled vnler of things as to when unit what shall bo puod. E IN CHINA DESPOTIC Horde of Savages Who Over whelmed Great Imperial Empire Have Governed Witk Iron Hand. lYklng, Nov. 17. "Iteform" Is In. tliti ulr In China, but thero ore two brands of rerorm thm of tho Man chu rulers nnd that of tho Icadrrs of tho people, lty "reform" the govsmment means the suppresjlou of weakening vices like opium smoking and gambling, the building of railroads, the estab lishing or a trained police, the strengthening or army and navy and the opening of new sources or gov ernment revenue. Hut nmung tho patriots "reform" means utilversnl education, Industrial training, an Improvised agriculture, sanitation, a fren press, u htimnno penul system, the expenditure, ot taxes for the benetlt or the people, account ing for public money and tho respon sibility of government to tho chosen representatives of the people. What Pekln wants Is policies thnt vllhelp them to hold the powers nt bay, swell their revenues nnd leave them In serene enjoyment of tin matchless graft to bo tapped from 300 millions of Industrious Celestials. In thslr naive Asiatic view, the gov ernment exists In order to magnify thi luxury nnd glory of the Imperial clan. Among the Manchu masters there Is jio tradition ot service, nor ean they acquire It In our time. Mil lions burn with patrtotlo ardor, and thousands ncqualntcd with western knowledge realise clearly just what might be plane for th people. Hut tho Manchus are careful tn rxcludo them from high places and, after tha manner of hereditary parasites, they go on In their old, Heir-lttdulRent way. The head of the provincial eollege, n ripe scholar, a Han-lln man, tn fact, told mo he could hardly endure hie position. 'How can 1 keep my self respect,'' lm broke out, "hcn con stantly the board of education of l'e ktn forces mo to do foolish thing; Here Is an applicant 3Q years old, who passes a brilliant entrance exam ination; but Pekln won't let mo ad mit htm to my college because, for sooth, he Is not 'a graduate of a mid dle sellout." The Mnnchii are not n cultured people, mark you, and when they climbed Into the saddle of empire nbout tho time of Cromwell, they wero on a level with the Afghans of today. They are to the unities what the tlotlm were to the Ilomnns; and a Manehu directing the new education of China Is ax out of place as u Ootli presiding over the school of Athens tn tho Fourth century. It Is the brilliant Chinese, mil tho Manchus, who travel a ml study tibrond. Yet when thoy return thy uro balked by tho huge pervuslvo Manchu machine. Komcttmcs high 'Mttnchu oillcmln arc totally Illiterate, and J hoard of me Manehu "literary chancellor" who could not evrn read the examination, eeaya submitted them on top of his tied canopy, poked them with Ills cane, nt he lay smoking, end ve thirteen tha slid ore first vere declared win ners! In the board of war nt Prkln ar6 six hundred employes, but llfty do all the work. Tho rest art Manchus who lt In a chair, suck the pipe and watch the clock. One of thu directors of the Sluing-hal-linnxchovr taltway &. purely Chi nese ilne told me their chief trouble In bulletins the roud was the harass ing "innpecllons" which obliged them to brlboihe alllcials In order to go on' witk - the. work. Moroever, Veklr forced upon the company a largo un- foreign loan whleli would have. egpoaded by overnmvnt men the stockholders knowing how auak atvck, to the .angers of thu of-, Nss., 0e,. iMwteud ot using the mo- , far iMttdlag the roud tho com- mmr taaned.k out In small umountK at a Meik Merest and will repay It. , Mm terms or the luun per W-lia ' f . It la eerie that the Chinese who have tanaslsd or studied abroad or Itresl t?atsrwk. or the Philippines or Ike tta sttlfmntx, despair ot tneir coaats aader its areeent lender ship, a4 jawnir of . tdw best elements oi me nation are leagued to expel tho Manehu paassitea, MANGHU RUL You can save money as well as your good health by drinking Gorieta Beer in prefcrcn to any other. None more pure and wholesome. Just try it. Phone 57 or 58, and one of our cour teous drivers will have it at your door $ouiYwesierii Brewery - - ,v- - . (EL Ice Company i SsXBTJQTJXEaTjrX, .... OTCW MIXIOi. 4-eH4tf We do all kinds ef mill work and sell evurytkUg re quired in your building from the cement te tke Tarniik SUPERIOR LUMBER AND MILL COMPANY ALlUQUEnQ-UE, NEW MEXICO nd All Your DVDS to Our SUD HIOOMBT At BUST IN TKM TOVTIIWlkST. THE LAUNDRY OF QUALITY-IMPERIAL" RHD WAGONS rXOKM 1M eHHHmTV?H4ttHtHnMMvTtMMIt4H I Builders' and Finishers' Supplies Lumber, Sash, Doors. Fetsta, Ott. Steeeaf, Cement, Braahea, etc. J, 0, Bldridge Limber Co, i 4eHtA4-i6ti.egMMM tf e t i F01 HIST CLASS W0WC I HUBBB LAUNDRY GOMPANY mMMMvlMHMMUMMlllMMMHMKItTHff Finniginn - Brown Company nleittSf rmt anal Cioa-t tSKiiMi aijaeaarmse Be-neti dsemsd North First StreetToieptiOHe 88 lives B4a taaaa oonnectlon Wrtta far Ztaat QaotaKsaa. eeeeee"ee'tea. I City Scavenger Company t V a a a . aw a X uaiM Your VkutU and roos. nsttis rettr trMk. S40 OALLPIOim Ot First Nmtionml Btmnk United 9tt9B Depository CAPITAL AND MUKPLU 0MO,&OO 1 iMaMMBHspajk iSeWVMlaVJBr ues in finished in felden eJc, Makefany, larly Xnf lik ai Maple, ,t a rrtnttit frew k 5 TO 88 1-8 FKR CENT SSI WIHDOW DISfLAV ALBERT FABER FURMITlOtK, OAltPXTft AVS IfOTMf - ' r. St. Buildta Faptr, Maltkekt m soutk mtr a- t f4 s T tM -- M4e4 AH D P10MPT DlLITliy : CALL i For the Bedroom this week we placed on sale some special good val Odd Dressers