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. ALBUftUEBQUE. N. M THURSDAY. JANUARY 28, 1915.
rnfmimu swkauk arc omoRoa n. valuamt. muuw 1L B HRWIMO. Miter fuiil!) ever aftc Wi ggu.rsv. tt ' Nortw MB kiwt, Alln-quer, j, N. M. Blared at tfe . at M. wssV,. ltl vitt-elMi maur Act of ala'CSI . On mania by nail ar aafi-ar.aae Ob wb by carrier lie On war tr mail ar eerrtar Mi aaaam o fa Oafia .1U Mitonal IM iwmo or mh rpHK charge mad kor. tho floor I of (be mhu WailBiitay moraine, tfl tat Wenator llnrth that In adfcsrt marie A. Hp! H. u Huraum and t'bartee springer ara the "mind of tbc majority" la bulb houses of the latialaitira; that thaaa three gentlemen ara la a posi tion to dkte legtsltm In tbM state, tend to center public Inlereat In the posit .or. of three gentlemen, and imperially that of Mr. ftples and Mr. Springer, who. while not mem beta of either house, are In reason ably ronatant attendance upon the seaaSoris of "he lactate ture. It area with thla public Inlereat In nitad that the Herald rueed It rep reaanutlve In Santa "e to aak Mr. rtpesa for it reply to Mr. Uarth'a qaaatioa. "Why la Mr dpleas in Seats la aa fi - ta tha batenrMrw with publlahed in thia iaauv of the Herald, la an attack upoa Mr. Harth. It appear to be of a retaliatory na ture and ta therefore of not much importance- Although aaierting. by implication, that Senator Barth waa ireponelblr i'or the breaking up ot i he Republican majority In the laal houae of repreeenlatlvea. Mr Spleaa seem to give tha Mbacuerque sena tor large if aalnteattonal. credit for an Important public service. When Mr. splea speaking aa an officer of the Republican party or guiiiaation. declare that he la In San ta re solely in behalf of the welfare of his party and for th beat interests of the peoplt of the state, when he dnie tliat he la at the elate capital in I be intereet of any nrporat Ion when he aaaerta hut wllUngnea to leave tha taxation record of thle as scmbly and hia share therein a proof of the unaelfiahnee of hi activity umong the legtalatorv. the atatcmcnt beromea of very marked importance: for It would be foollah to deny cither the importance of thla taxation legla lation to the welfare of our atate or tha Important influence Mr ."plena aeenu likely to have In ahnplng It Aa to the rumor concerning hi corporation acttvlUea. to which Mr. rlpieaa refere, the Herald haa aaid be fore that proof ahould be raculred before accepting any auctt rumor con cerning any man. The tatement by Mr. Hplec that any corporation which would aeek to got the "beat of if n legtaUtion In thle da und age and In the preaent tamper of the public min t. might reasonably be auspected of inaanlty, la an obvloua truth, although It haa eeemed at time that all corporation In thla atata have not reallaed that fart. We are Inclined l accept Mr. ; invitation to wait upon the outcome of taxation and other legis lation which may he paaaed by thia aeaaina, aa prmf of th unaaMIhne f hla poaltlon und af praltlon of other men .barged with him a el- la4MHllBaNaM'tw Ing to dictate the laws of this state, (with Its r-.,ii,rements lor Wool .,r,d W adrks hka people akso to wall. "a embargo regulations. I carta I upon the reeult and watch 'r. other words, thla newapgper atill I waiting hopefully upon the i.l, n. . -I IIM tltlM. MINI THf: submarine mine win. proved piat.'lica4 in Ihe tlrat civil ear Federal offtccrs were In clined to scout Hie effectiveness of ihe tornado." a it gnM then called, but after no less than taanty-two v ease I had been Mat arid a number of oiheia had leen badly datnitgeal. with a .onaeguani heavy lua of life, the submarine mine became formidable Instrument of war During the Rttsso-Japanese war It aas very destructive, und in thu present Kurope n war la playing an Important part Many expet: menta were made by the PggtfBder atee in ubinarln mines, und while their work wue rude, It proved BUr prialngl .fTe.tl.e Hunt ot ion has bo supplanted ihe M.wdet that was used In the i.at and haa given to the modern mine a .mmi-u poxyai font lime as great with 'he same iiiuifbei of pounds of , barge The thief defect uf tin modern mine tr U Immobility and ihe danger it Ira 'or friend as well us to The powera are today using observation o ' latto nnntsrl niiaesv. siiKstaMMlaj mine and what ar known in nines.!' I aa nvl defense mine, differing II from Ik electro-contact mines onlg In the abeenr r shore natter con- NtlMVI. Ttm MB, -T Mil.KKT and abort atory W writer have mads, uee ot Mood preeeiire measurements for detecting the liar In the mtdai al (iRbj Ilea and anr Ib New York a lady n .... . ... . m m-Mn ) inn tnv nil wortiru.flM. . out a ayglem whrreby obaervnt i,,n "tithe &, the subject pbI.- Indlrater the pre via iliiaaaa of hi veracity, she says a l'nr rant lie without registering; an acceleration of heart beat and pree are. Dr. Louis Uurna, we are inclined to eaepwrt. haa had only a restricted exer.en. e with ham There are Here that, we feel certain, ran lie without B finale detectable ay at plant The new father, the fisherman, the hunt er, the preaa agent, the campaign or- leaor. the Q. O. P. "contaat" rxenaa bureau and other classic specimens muat have eecaped her. Yet the registration f Mood prse- aura may prove a valuable method ol suppressing amateur liara. In- atrumenla for the purpnae may yet be retailed in hands, me and convenient farm for erection In the front hall where the late home-comer, placing hi wrlat in th strap, will be called upon to submit hla aJIbl while the su perintendent of the work keepe her aye on the Indicator. IT IIKhTH WITH I V R'iHI'EH(il' business condition " for r.tr. and lltl'ln New Mexico are hot resting upon the knaee of the god any more Much Icondttsana eeegg to be mora clearly Mr-Idepeedeot upon our own activity ere at home: to be more nearly "up kg ua" than ever before. New MexKo. with the cullapee of th overlnflated irrigation promotion f a few years ago. had good reason to feel discouraged. We had few lf'busin any seriously Irregular Irrigation de- velopment operations In thia slate: our Irrigation enterprise were for, th moat part and still sr Bound Ihrouggkout Vet thla state .uffere.l ' "and auRered very aeriously from thai wrong committed by largw and tin- scrupulously conducted operation In k'ther western stales I in top of thia We hnd a aiicceaalon of verv dry l'ar. which taught the ambitious , dry-farmers in the public land se - Hons a nriesaary bnt extremely tar and costly leeson Thar followed tsta period of business depression, ar- companying ihe agggCagj of Ml 2. and carcely had the adjustment begun When the Kuroptan war upset the' country industrially and financially and the one large Industry, the i op- per Induatry. which had not been uf- f. ted by ihe other adverae conui tlona, waa hard hit Today there eem to be nuthinx In exterior condition v Inch .an aerloualy harm or retard liualnea in tins Mate. No one ran predict the nd of th wr. but bualnc nut. on- ally I adjust ins itself to war condl- Hons, ond the adjustment is taking place here M home. A dlsnu. h in the Herald this week tells of the re- umptlon of operation in the copper mine upon an almost normal basis The industry ha adjusted Itself to the foreign situation and with udjust- ment of shipping trouble Is prepured to go ahead. Our range is In even better -nape than In ISM, when conditions were almost ideal, and stockmen seem to feel absolutely sure of unothrr rat successful season For the first time m hitory roarae wool whP h l the principal wool production in ..m Mate, is '.mixing a highvt pi: tint" fine wool The army uemand are reponllile for thl. While the war keep the price of our wool in w Mexico a a potat where Iriife profits are I . 1 1 in. The dry -form asttlons hive learned their eon and are proceeding with their development on letmanentlv ., , , . ., responsible 'asla. Tin- Katite Is no longer a gamble. It cgrrlsa some ele- ment of risk, but foiage gSXJXB aloc't feeding und dairying hv reduced the risk, to a minimum. There is . evktence thai Irrigation develonggeat may be returned during the year Tnu It Is reasonable ertain that If Ihe next two years ate Bja) pros perous ones for New Mexico the fault will be with ua anil nut with londi lions outside our borders: it will be Ihe reeult of wholly unforeseen nat ural condition, or beceuee we rise to our opportune The first essential for New Mevn la, as a matter of course the speedy, sane nnd peimanenl rltlrtnent of our tag. iimn nnd revenue in., mica If the legislature shall handle this ... ... sfty. ....w ,..on,i ..r on. neitiali atatevrouiislup and not nil Ihe - - grotino ol Individual and tirlvat In- pesgt we have very llitle fear for the result The ''lark meaaure. upon whl. h taxallon legisluiiou is likely In he based, provide the name- w,,i, f,,, , ,irc.nK !. ent i,xa tun, svslem und Tor us vigorous en- -...i.i.i tlt.ti forremsni It is not espe i..l iiuii the men an tea can be passed a In- traduced and there ara feature of the bllle which ara got roBatdrtd aattafaetory by expert who have studied them Fbtt their general pnn a not only comprehenalve bat atrnna and effective nnd If aelflah Interest can i.e kept from a too exteaalr dor. Inring of lh tneastirr they hnulil prove satisfni K.r I., the date. Ad Jurim. in g( nur taxation ' toblem will relieve ...ir prlhrlpal dlfflcnHy P IS take full advantage of the fa- ondlllona at hand, however. Mate ncist he prepared to g out side Ita border for new npt nmt new money. Thee are abaoiutely es- I sentl.il. We cannot hope to aecuriai. been eeeklnx There will be I hem without effort The mite ilone ha land holdlnga which would tlfy the expenditure of eaori.ioua aanis ( public mint) to the end of mure speedy use and development. This take no account of private Innd holdings, irrigation projects and the public domain, the development of all of which abeolutcly demand a com prehensive publicity and promotion plaa. The auulht-m atatee. notably Tcxaa. Alabama. Tenneeeee and Oeorgla, ara making elaborate preparation to lake advantage of the ruh of desir able Immigration which expert ex pect to follow the cloee of the war In Kurope That there will be such an inrush every close ohaervcr, of con dition and of history eem to naree The stale named ar getting ready l make a powerliil and aggressive hid for the best das of this Immi gration. In doing It they will not anly get results therefrom but inci dentally will attract a h'lge portion of the constantly mo ing population of the older and more thickly popu lated atatea. .New Mexico. If It expo.t tu getJ anywhere In development, must p r - tlrlpata m l.iia movement. Home time during the next two years the War ia going to end. the endurame Of the countries Involved cannot gland op longer than that Until. The result will br enrrmously cxpunded activity in thla country. It will mean a great Immigration and development oert.id It I. largely up to us aa to how mu. b ..r boa little this period will mean to us In per- mnnent result. The people do not tare very much how thla development work is done They ure t un extent indifferent whether It is done under .lirect su- ueiviainn ..r the anvarnor and hv bis appointees, or through ..ine other department of the stole got et nineni bit-'.But from every nook and corner of this state ia coming tot n insistent .demand for publicity, .mmigrutinn nnd development department which can be counted upon to get results. New Mcxli g population lodui stands ..racticallv where t ..... i when Ihe lulu census war taken. It has Increased somewhat during the four-year period but during the puat two years the tncreaae has leen lol. This ta an tntolrole condltlan It M a condition resulting entirely front the lack of effort ly the sttl to get the two things bsj must gatVS tag any considerable forward no w io ni, new people el the rlthl kind, and new money We have trailed among our- ac've until the tall feathers ure worn from our olna. Wc tired i..ntc new coins and the only way to gut them. am: the people who .,vvn them, is to go outside of our burden, und mum them In. tt II. I l.lt i'ITY kouIh xo lar and ,1, l-u i. u "all., iLaasiil J ,.(mil, ,.w.n ,K rkta lesislatur. on rJM ininor.i, gidla, TI'ltKKV i.; this lime pioliably i has com fueled I bat life ih !ur happier when one sin km to . ixar, i.- and the harem, - O TMK A II K It It A HKN lays I7i ',- (Ihii.ijii.i worth of egg t.verv year and .. . i . Ihe re .ill mood ' mc out of evel H 'i bri),Pn , .,,,,,,, unU ,hr,.,. ,,,. r ruined by poor iiacklug. There should be some M.rt of a workman's compensation taw lo protect ill. .n dtisirli.il hen. KVY ll Xll'il baa iwice the popU- lauon of Arlsoua and fully half a much i rouble. 1 cola. Mill Willi KntlMII I Ilklll.VVII. Ilcrdaburg lal.eial i A tragic death occurred at the S mine lute Thursday afternoon when Henry Moore an unknown man aboil M year of age, uccideinallv sitirn- oled .llltl teP 1 . Ice! Ill .1.1 Urn . down un ore chute . iii.i.k . islanlly He had onlv been woiKing in Hie mine sim e the .'ih . ; Dei em ber add little 1 known ol him Itel- Mve are being lo Mad today. The accident cast a .gloom met ihe . nine communlly of hrg the deceased wn known .mu we ll liked among 1 h I . riiic-iwc. i. rowing I'ondcii. i t Mania Fe Kagle. i Thi n- appeals to be a disposition among the men, tier of ihe lealslaluie i, ,,, Hie majority I. lak. the entire mailer of Ivglalaiion m thiurl own Itulida - . KKIT2I 'HF.FF in in p. - ,llrN br aul to display her voice to SOLOC Sua. 3 The South Plans for The End of the War (Hirmlaghem Age-Herald, i (in of the results of wars, revolu tions ur social depressions in P. irope Has been u large tide of Immigration ko the t'nlted itts intmedlnteiv follow Ingsth preaent war foreigners Will begin to land on our ahore In areatwr number than eier before. While a conlderaiule pcrrentivg ui the itntnlgriiMs may nnt be uf a par tlrnlir ,trirulil l.i . ihe mnlorlli at them will be u. h thu cntintrt among the newcomer many indu. triuua artlanna nnd Ihey will settle for the moat part In the large me uf the east and middle west. There will be thouaaada of common luborer who will find their way to industrial dlMrtrts. hut th class that should ha eapeeally welcome n Ihe agricultural south will be mad up of small f irm er. . . Kvery tute In thla section ha greet araaa of untllled land and vs fematk. effort ehould be t ul forth now to bring . olonl of farmers In Ala bama. It may be a year or more he fore the war la over: nut Junt as suro as It must come to mi end gome day. Just certain Is It that the Immi grants will tome by tile million The thing for Alabama to do now I to get ready to participate In the ben efit of the Immigration movement. In th meantime thousand ot Bnaaeesskera In tho northern states ran be inducod lo settl In A la Laura. There ha been much lulk about Hi dealrablltty of filling up Ihe wietn place with sturdy farmer who would like to exchange th rigors of the north for the mild clltrtute of the south, and something bus been ar mmpllsheu The time has come1 when there should be greater practical results. t Houston Frist. Anthony Csmlnettl. commisslone, general of unmsgrnt ion. ,.xprese the opinion that upon the termination of the war now ciev a.italinK Kurope there will be a tremendous rush of immi gration to th I'nlted Stairs, und he I unquestionably correct In this view. Our statistics, from the lime the I'nlted Plate commenced to keep im migration Mattetlca. show that after all the European wars in that period. Immigration was heavy. And It can Bot be doubted that the greatest of all wars will be followed by an Influx of Kurcepea BS regardless ol whl h side I r.'imphs. We may certainly look for a heavy in men i from Hermany and ltuala. assuming that the war will not last many months beyond the present year, the movement of immisrants the very bet advantage 'n her new line of art. i. How On You El pa CI I n Make a Living'.' (Alumogordo News.) During the prrient session of the New Mexn o legislature. The Xv win keep a com plats He at the Alau- queniue Morning Journal, the Albu querque Kvannx Herald and tat ni ta Fe New Mexican. These three daillea are I irrylns caggplgt reports on the work of the legislature. Any and all who nre interested in the work of ihe legislature may all n' this office and read the papers You are welcome t. me as often a mil wish and stay us long as von like. "I AM getting callouses on my hands dec lares a well known mem ber of ihe minority .1 Mania Fe, hold ing m v seat O KAIHKll WII.IIKI.M Inc. been re jcorted within 'We hour Btotol ttt of purls for two weeks. It ih begin ning to be suspected that the Kaiser drive;, a Ford. TWO !"! TIIRIIN New Mexico newspapers buv g Uggt hoiight the lat est pattern of linotype ma. tunc These newspapers are making toe mu h money. The should tie attend ed tu by 'he liWlslttliire. I 'ul off a llltlc inor. newspaper revenue. --O "BANK! RISFDaKT Prosperity, auya a .!) v e-r ''it ne wspaper Ho oi. ther. due a alee smtioth cake nl ice and the polish on the other fel low's limousine. O Siglln of spring. i Tin uitp rl News ) Tumble-weed w r pgsslng t. trough town Tuesday on their afsY to Tcxn Hope they like that - .le and .- ide to remain thtrc l!-.il old-lime New Mexn o weather bus arrived, bwt U waa a "gentle" reminder uf the teal thing. ina-ii I Know l I lliiicv Drink In there I there Bain in illlead" quoth the raven In a roar. don't know'" uld Plumb A. tJenitrt "I'm not drinking in more." - Tumi I. Hall n l '. "tar. Keldexnaj IMsMad hj t . iis.ir While romlrxg no Veiawnbn from Holton In his gain last week ' ggdhl tin- Mtiiwiildi Kims Talk, "un axle of his F.Td brake, and while hauling It home the nose of Itg rudlalot was aeverely bumped He has bad it re paired and It spins along a well a ever o - t '' soVdie fur ttilcngo. An ordi r waa issued by the Inter -at in- oiiiuici 1 mirussion recetillv pet milt Ing Ihe tanroud to apply the leiinilv granted pet cent increase mi certain commodliiea destined for fhlcugo. Here are Ills things men tioned Kainll Nartsalx. Muriate ot putiish. Sulphate of potash, Manure salts Double-manure salts M Iv aril'. The . lluMfe IS I" ne III III) Ul at - load lata, Win make i Imago pay s" much lor ggch necesgarv commodities'' impure hmod runs you down n,bu umi, ,. . ua.u clo.lm ffnr illaease. , ---- trnr rune .......11 ii,i ... ,,, ,ui,. rdock Blaod Hllteis At all drug gtoaxw, Price, $1.00. will begin m-xt year and lncree In volume for arvrral years thereafter. II bt, Iherelore. not too early lur mouth Texas to madder the Import ance of attracting the thrlflr Teutonic peof'.e who come P9 our shores There I room for thousand uf Herman farmer nnd Hnuth Texas win he a congenial home for them, because of the companionship and friendly wel come they will have from all our pen Pie, and espe.-iallv from the mam thousands of their own race who are leoaperc.u cltlsen nf th slate The Herman people nre guile ram llinr with the Herman :-.rt"emenls of eiuitli Texas For many years past hundreds of Texas Herman-Anielrcaii have visited the fatherland every sum mer. Mo importunl Is this movement, na well a the . ommeri between Herman und Texas M.ris, thai steam ship line have long plied between Hamburg and fNdveetoN, and II will tie to the Texas const, in all probaa lllty. that moat of the iSrrmaua will rome. When w Betesf what vast reache if fertile pram are vacant in out h Texas, and how materially the thrlftv Herman furmers would add to the prosperity of the oast a I rean-n. the Importnn.-e of inking Mme l"c forelock and preparing for ihe ri p- tlon of these people be.omra plain They will all hrlmt some money, but not In such ciu.inlitle as would Jus tify land men In ' barging them ex orbitant prices. They hoiild be wri er med In n spirit of sympathy and helpfulness They should be mad. ' " know that It is our desire to help them, not to r"b them, and vgr mav b sure If we pursue thl eOWJBg Ihev win abundantlv help us In th- long tun by converting our vacant ranges Into m'g ,'nVcntly cultivated and ggsx dia-tlve farms. The Herman farmers have ueeti well known to Texas for several eti rratlons. nnd we know that thev are never drones. They are afWdUCSri and builder, and they make prosper lly wherever the. have the opportun ity to engisge In i.e.nifnl lndntrv They are us UMdattBI :n i-ace as they are terrible In war. While II Is verv likely thai I -usercs wlil nt an early day make change in our Immigration bvw that may mil itate against nmitv Ftirnpcnns, no po sible change can afTect the ilermnn Immlirr nis Tin v grttl be atgflkaa un der nin ted. and of nl the alines ol Ihe union Tcxu. It seems to us. ..ffcrs them the best oppnBXgtieg to re halHIIIale their fortunes, as well gg he most ggraeablg lutrroundlngs. WAR OPENS MANY A NEW ROAD TO RICHV IN GREAT BF ' . LUX (As,, i.i i cii 'r as c.tr.ap. attire London. ..Inn - M- I l ' with a ready ev . ',. Ii mgnu. eon h Hon have Found thai war-tim aflbta many new muds to wealth, if toe t p puniuniiv ia eksd qulehly, vltros' e. ely da - i . Hi, Wat began BO'nS tb rt itritisb manufa turer r.t .rtvtl.r has found npentaeji in toase lisw field. The k ll . e i in. BtU nl its n. Igill t "suited in the -ml dsn i 'Htabiishmen'. Cat liuxe factories iri the ueuirt ..( l.tn. don. Iltuiilreds ol . oting iw-oni. i, ladt good places in ii lam and I i kl f. . lories DeelVJ tor the work of mak ing uniforms. Tailors and pr -- i -who were glud to urn II" a week ,' normal times ate a !. to take in thne time i tint sum at preeeat A iiromlnent hard WaN matnii it Hirer in lllrmingham put In f.i nrj into the hands of a munncct n tbt bi.gln.iing of the war md iiitnseir h"r tied la a nearbi town and i-ie t d i plant for the manufacture of emblem und buttons. He has been maklint lllese ruc.c, les m wartime deem l ''. Ih million at a handsome pmllt. A litlmsral In r lo'inil a Kitmlat -' Id mine by taralguj III entire plant uver to the priniing ..r patttaHa picture p, .it. aril", while a trugglln,ir Mvattl dealer haa put bis Imslueas mi II" feel by the sale of a hutldlc-d IlloU-aiul or tip-rc at w i ii g aiits for soldier. la-aa.T gK eases have la en gl liieved by; the nu n w ,m have marketed such minor articles for soldiers uaa as a bo,, i tag, ii pipe lighter, and a patrl- mi, ar h An vuu ri, in traveler at the beginning of the war chaiNed to Irani that the Mtppb of heap buttaag iii Kugiami was precariously low. nmst or the Knwi ib lippl) havtai bei-n imnoried frmn Austria He look immense older in behalf ol an Am, lean him ul prices presumably well shove the ordinary. The war line eintggl'i u moderaav d-. aree of prosperity to miik. i- sad dealer in fuoda. i lothing. mail al supplies, war munitions, and an Im mense number nf small nrtph" n -riulred by land t sea lopes Ship i Hilda re Bad ship ownei a have scored baatylly, and the MrltMl fanner i getting iniprccederited pines f.u In prtsliicts. Mien 'be deiiilsls have lutd tltelr share af war luislnes. for ll I" geeeaaarj tka tag mun wim is going to the front lo aerve ihe king in w it-r-fllled trenches, ahoii'd have Ins teeth 111 sniinil shape II lie la to c-njoy the rxclllslo'l. i a saw ot at suit it jot rtatvca Dr. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL CREAM OR MAGICAL IEAUTIFIER Rmovr i Tun I m Dlr frf t klri. Mdih Pail ho- Mam nil Kit nt i . . till f- ! hlrtnibh i iii U.t'ti aiitl tic Art tftrirvtum It lia Hm4 Ihr tri "f fSts fjnil I wO lUMIll ' Uatr tt lu lar ury II I ; r ).. ' m i I- At Crt liu . -m, i. i tflt (,f mum r.t t nam. Utlv tl th haillliaa wll is i I hates. I l i Ilia lf-ail liarml ul IU L A. 4Myr U ibl,rflt An v.. i . ..Ii- . .n.n.f it i '9m. mi CitM if ill thl ki i i M1 1 aiil I , . ' n; III '' ' IsrtT alsarrm.)'rialieH FEEDING ALFALFA TO SWINE OFFERS GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR GAIN At Ih present time there are a great many farmers and Yum her in New Mexico who are considering the poaglblllly of the awine industtv and whether ur not the c ondllton In the state nre favorable to such an indus try, say J. i. Meek, assistant in animal hliabn ndrv . in the current Is sue of the State Agricultural College' extension pees service ll might be well nauler a few stallstlea on Ihe uhj. , t nt market, as thl la a very vital cpicaHoti to the - icces of .my industrial proposition'. In th report of the manager of Ihe I'nion Block yards r.T Hie year of !lt th annual number of hog iiuii keii , I how. ,ici. i. nf about twu million animals, or this number the shurtag Wa the greatest m the six largest weetern markets. Hare the decrease waa I . Mm mm animal. This fai I alone almuld c oin in. e the wide awake livestock man ol the n BeBCXgl polibllllle or sw ne hlla bgsjdr) m the western stales Furth er, the average weight nf the hogs marketed In 11 4 was .'11 pounds and the everggte price paid throughout the last three mouth of Ihe year wag I Ni whbh was Svs cents lower thnn for the prevloua three month Thl decrease can be ur minted for, 10 a large decgree, hy the fact tMit the foot and month disease wit rag ing in Hi.- Sgajtrel MgSgg and market Doadltlone were very imsailsfnctory It I an in know n dged Iml Hint the United Mlates is facing a ment fam ine and unlesH every effort is brought to bear upon the import. inea of this matter unci some means adopted whereby some material sourt f supply will lie ufTe. tod the country mil In- ggyRgsJ upon to sit bet do with out meat to i. gnat SBfBI or devise some print I. a I method of produclriK it. The cuetion t hut l seem to gat a a stumbling block la some or the New Mexico farmers is whether m nm we can i ompete with the corn belt states In prodte nur hogs at a profit Let it consider Vew Me. i ondttioita In this stile we have an abundenl supply of nlfalfa produ ed cm h year 11 I fast la , inning n dirilcnlt Bfws lem to dlapos' ot Ibis product at a profit sip h that it will rernaiti a lending induntrv In the state Alfalfa Is considered one ol Ike hading for age i rnpa and ggxjsxt btll) for boas Therefore If more of the Haifa held were used us pastut,- f.u younx pigs after weaning, at Hie rate ot t.'.OU to '.nriu pounds ,,f p'Tk pat at re. a very heap and profitable- gain Would ., Plained The most pla ii al in, lb oil of carrying .,tt thl proposition Is msriGE lien vuu get ii check iii pavnieiit lor anv ililni; pg Keg lo-lliH tlvclv more lmpr. -.-cl wlrtt Hp. I.a-lm-- -limit Ing of the a.jir thai' If you had gg gtved B)g actual c ur I I IP c ria'c v' an -elf In the asjajgg des.ii aide pirghlrm bv afxagi' ing u rdaBCwing a. count vvllli It"' 11 INK. The MStatf I- ula.liitc. Hag oils ami file esxat nollilisg. in i mint will Ih- veil, ,,mc-.l ALABASTiNE, Cold Water Paint GUILDERS' SUPPLIES WIND SHIELD GLASS J. 0. BALDRIDOE LBR. CO. 423 S. 1st St. Phone 402 W. H. HAHN CO, for the lUwi In t ael of All Kinds. PHONE tl. BLANKETS AND COMFORTERS Supply your wants of Bedding now while the stock is at its best. Our assortment is better than ever before. We are showing Blankets from . . $1.00 to $20.00 a pair Comforts from . . $(.25 to $27.50 each ALBERT FABER 213 to 219 W. Gold Ave. Furniture, Carpets, Draperies and Stoves. WISHED SHE COULD DIE And ft Pm Fr Hit Troubl., iMt Find Bailer Way. Cohimlna. Tthin. "Many a llmr," wyx Mrs. Jr-ssir Sharp, ol thl tU "I wished I would die nnd be relieved ol my gimWInt;, frtsm womanlf Irottltlrs. i couiu not uct up, wictoitt puiitne it Bomeihln ninu tc nl lite lo nrip me, and ttayrd in nca ume. i couia not ao my housework. The least amount ol work !lred me ottt. Mt head would gwint. and I would tremble tor an hour or more. Finally. I t-k Catdui. Ihe woman's tonic, ami I fim not bothered wilh paint any more, and I don't have to no to bed. In hct, 1 1 am sound and well ol all my troubles " Cardui goes t all the wrak Knots Baal helps to make them strong, ll acts Willi nature not against her. It ia lor tl'9 tired, nervous, irritable women, who U ' as tt everythiag were wrong, and need something to quiet their nerves and strengthen the worn-out system. II you are a woman, suffering from .my ot the numerous symptoms of wnt.int trouble, take Cardui. II will help yut. At all druggists. svr.r. i, Chaitarcig Msdklns 0 . LadiaT Idrttoir Dsn CtaWnga, Tarn lar ysereat Mean,., eojrour rasa tad 64 ic Nmis u t. TistaatMaxa.-in plain srabiMt nc it to use small acre lots bv men nortalde fence and pel It. mal to eat the ultallu a Staggf seems .nlviwilde. Hun Xgovlng ii ,t am is It llii' I and placing the hogs ..n fresh forage This inclln-d will p. iinii at more nnln.al being grown n s smaller a. reage than to erinlt all the boss to run In on huge bXBJB nnd roam over a large Held The hogs should be finished on grnln aflgr betas; on the alfalfa for a pur iml of seven to elghr months While we do gjj have up g In i uda lice ol corn in thla state, are do have a large B)t oval or mllo. kufftr ami f. I erlta Thla mav be gfVgBxd ,,,,,( gggssd with native limn .,r skim milk uml a lailan, .,1 ration formed which will serve III. purpose of pin- l UK a solid llnlsh ott the animals as well an corn would aecompttxll this In the c,,rn belt Tile s. lentlflc farmer of Iod ic is the man who makes Ihe best ot cxistuiu . rmdRtnng ..nd i.v i an ful studv and pra. ti.-ai appHi acton reens a reward ol auccess in the llniinciiil us well as In the practical world .1 II MKKKS Asst in Animal Husbandry I iit.-i iniNi c oil V cllli'licc s llilllH'C- rill It I l.l.i ia LUMP OALLUP LUMP QALLUr- I ' ANTrtRACITB. ALL BI7.B KINDLiNil AND MILL Wtul URICK AND PLAHTCHINll Ll M R ANTA PI BRICK