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THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE. N. M.. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31. 1315.
JfyUihe.i by , GTCRO!", R, VAUJANX Maneser ir. b. hfs'Ivo rarer Published vrry afmo -eejit Sunday, at Hi North feconi Sneet. Albuquerque, N. M. ttn-ered aa cond-chta matter a! tri Albuouerqu. N M , wnder the Act of fttarvh . 197s. t' month bjr mutt or crrler. ,t-e iir tHk hy carrier lie O.ie yr by mall r carrier In n.t.ii .t . I Bulna Omc Editorial r.oani .lit first and foremost, to h newspaper that will lint mor than meet every requirement and need of Albuquer que. Wa aapir lu rj' h thai point In our new service lil( h wi .! permit th bom clrcla each ftrnon In lay aside th Evening Herald rah the satlefai tory and aatlsfled fer'tng ol binn accurately Informed and thor nughly Informed of every event of lm linrtanr in tl International, tha pa tlonal, the Hate and local Hilda Uur effort. In a nord, will he In civa honest and full tain durmu 111 to both nihmrlber and adrertlr.era. and upon thla basis i respectfully aollclt a continuance of your patron'! and support. lima stmit. PnrVl.AR report haa It that the rhelpa-Dodje eompany paid a million dollara tor a mlnlna property In Grant eounty thla meek ta b added to that rompany already er-ormon holding- In thla slate. There la lltt'e doubt that mure thaa three qnarter of a million M Into the unhaae. Thla aala brina the total of mining property aalea made In New Mlco during tha closing montha of 11 S to around four million of doilnra, and tha end la Rot yet. Thia last day of tha year aeea mora act ha demand for New JJestco agricultural land than haa ltl ainca 10. Thara t mora In'.ereai In Irrigation development than alnce the earn year. There la mot a Inter est In Intelligent farming than "tn ever eiietrd In any year. , Thl week Boston report on the atate of the wool market jhows a steady advance In tha price of wool. Tha market reperta of all the great toch center ahow price for aheep and caltla going ateadily forward and upward. Wo ta political t-ampaign la Hit. with alt It poaaibllltlea for die turbance; and ao long aa tha war eon tlnuea In Europe. Jut , ao .long doe thla nation at and In peril of possible entanglement. Tet tha enhance for our being drawn Into the foreign war. all things A IJTT1: HIT I.ATK 0' I II good friend. Mr. . D. Tut- mann. lawyer and publiciet editor of tha Hlllnboro Free Preea. arleea In wrath In In la tee' newspaper number becauaa El Para. Tessa, haa grabbed all the publicity and moat the bene file resulting from the government a construction of the Klephant Uutte Irrigation project. Mr Tittntan wanla aome of the publicity and benefits for 81erra county and he wanta to know why Pierra t-oonty. the upier valley and Albuquerque do not rlea up with him and "grab (1 1 aome of thla valuable promotion material. We've often wondered at out the matter ouraelvea and ma have never been able lo arrive at any o'her con clusion than that El Paao marched into New Mexico and took over the Elephant Bull project anj the Me- Ilia valloy by aheer right of might It la true that In tha annexing pro- "M El Paeo haa had eoin valuable assistance from New Mexko. For In- sianee, wa gave to the Texaa city one of our two precious I'nited ftates sen ators for tha privilege of electlnx whom we fought and bled ami all but died through many long year ol struggle for statehood. Thi Repub lican party, wit? commend&hii enter- prise, picked an El Paso citien from a large and clamorous bunch, the reat of whom were cltiaena of New Mexico nn matter what their other qualidia tiona. And report haa It that El Paso e ready, with another candidate fut tha United Statea aenate at the coin ing election, to the end that if auc eeastul ah will hav two eenators from New Mexico for her own. In atead of one, aa at present.' Thee are apparently facts, and one Views Of The Press Broken Out. Of Bounds ET5VE8T THOMPSON SRTON. the distinguished naturalist and author of nature books, announce hi rrKljtnatlou chief acout of the Boy Bcouta of Amer ica, and In doing so brings the actual character of that organl gatlon to the fore. He doe not leaea the reason for hi retirement In doubt. With hie customary frank , he clearly explains his position. Mr. Feton declare that the organ ' Uatlow of Any Scout baa been di- Terted radically from It original object. Thla rrlme purpose, ha aaya, waa the atudy of treea, flower, nature, and genuine woodcraft. The purpose of Haden-Powell and Mr. Baton In originally organising the ' Boy Scouts waa to make all young people outdoor children, by teaching them tha Joe of treab air life. A originally formed. Mr. Bet on aaya, the Boy Scout movement wa to be "message of conservation and brotherhood." Now, according to lu rganlser: "The tudy of tree, flower and nature I giving way to wig wagging, drill and other activities of a mili tary nature, thu destroying the sym bolism of the organisation. Aa It tand now, militarism come first and woodcraft second." That there baa been a radical change In method In the Coy Scout organisation, since It waa formed first In England In 1908 and In tha Vnlted State In 1M0 by 8lr Baden Towell and Ernest Thompson Bet on, admit of no eerloua contradiction. While the husky young lads still nature la a matter-of-eour way, they hare added many actlvltlesloth pursuit lo which Mr. Hefon would apparently connne them. Had he un derstood the mind of the average American boy aa well aa he does the habits of hla forest friend and the gentle art of woodcraft, he would have realised the limitations of hi program. These studies of Mr. 8eton Interest th lad np to a cer tain point, but they rin not absorb hi ntlr attention. When th Boy Scout finds blmsolf relieved of hi school work, and escapes to the open, he craves the "doing of thing." Th imple drill which haa been adopted by tb organisation appeal to th boy, exactly as It always ha don and always will do. But It I by no mean militarism. "Booutlng." a tb boy undrtanda th term, ta "knowing a lol anil doing a lot"; knowing th good and eliminating the bad; and doing something of value all th while, tt would be Im possible, even If desirable, to con fine the act I rl lie of th Hoy Scout to the quiet study of nature and th acquirement of the art of woodcraft. The hoys of America, as well aa (he boys of England, owe much ta Krnest Thompson Scton and 8ir Baden-Powell. Retnn's bonks should be In every boy's library; for his In fluence Is ever for good. But It la doubtful If the average American boy would consent to devote all of his Inlaure lo the useful and enter tainlng study of nature, a nature has been studied and charmingly In terpreted by Ernest Thompson Seton, Rochfiltr Ucmocrot. atudy woodcraft and commune with a)ajeaajyajaaiaja FUNDS' APPORTIONED TO THE DISTRICTS BY SUPT. M0NT0YA considered, are remote. As tor th political campaign, It would eera that! It will hav la effect upon bulnes.jcannot but admire El Peso'a enter and particularly upon investments. than haa ever been the i-as before during an election ear. Th little Kww Tea of 1)1 hs been toute-d aa an angel of prosper ity and with fair wind and smiling title the prosperity kid btds fair to receive a flying start tonight. We believ firmly In the propagan da of prosperity whl haa accompa nied th approach of th New Tear The Herald wishes you all a Happy New Year. W believ you will ha a proaperuua one. THE HfcKAXU IN T 18 a Jlaing custom that has I grown up io th Tnite-l Htates A that of using New Tear s eve and Xw Year's day aa days lor expra- sions of kindly feeling t on s neighbor and business associate, and of appreciation for WoeflU icceived through our relations one with an other during the year that u passing out. The Evening Herald reel Ilk ex tending a ameer word of wpprecia tion to It friends, it subscribers and Its patrons vf the advertlaing column' lor a )r of generous business given to all department of thia enterprise Our effort haa been to publish each day a newspaper that ia lean; a newspaper that la accurate and re liable, and a newspaper that is satis factory and comprehensi In it new service. We have received many evi dences of a measure of success in achieving our ideal, many l;tndly ex pressions of appreciation fur nrwa and other service have come lo ua, and if we aaert that thea expressions are merited It I not egotism prompt lug th assertion but consciousness of the earnest effort that ha been nmde In 11 the effort of thj Herald will be lo nvak a mora accural newspaper; lo furnish a mora com prehensive news service and lo cover In th most satisfactory way possible th national and Interns tun:-! events which in thi yar ahead will be ol far mora than ordinary importance We believe aubscrlbei to this news paper will find II of dsily value and Important daily enk during ll Through our ownership of tne after noon leauied wire report of the Asso ciated Press w will b all j to fur nish todaiy'e newa todny. in every field of any general importance: and this will be found particularly iru aa regard Ih development of th elec tion yr, as they incur In atate and nation. We pratni you, with this i-w year greeting, a better newa )per than that of IMS: a newspaper that 1 clean and wholesome, print ing th new a it occur. L-curt-ately ao we ran and without distor tion or aenaationallsm; a newspaper that I fit for every horn and of rv c In every bom. We do nol pir Just now lo a PUBLICITY CAMPAIGN FOR SAN JUAN ROAD WILL BE INITIATED Val, Or Words to That Effect Thi I tb last day of year one new 4a that which dawn to-morrow on our iriew. W atartad in about a year aim To be a lot of aclnta, or nearly ao. But looking back along th way . please quit! W bate to see th men we've mad of It. Tou'd thought yon wonld atop Jaw Ing with your wife That fin new year would hear no word of strife) Within your home. But that Brit tiro she nagged Where was that patience aa to which you'd bragged? Ton Just cut loos and lifted off her lid With scathing words that' what you went and did! In other ways w need not mention her Tou mad a bally met of this old year. Bat still th answer Isn't "What' th use!" Th man who talks Ilk that haa something loos. This Is tb only safe and aan life plan: far Aowr do Me very hut you can. Flnntgla FUosofy Th' fool woman who tells her rhlldher she'll cut their ear off la mighty surprised an' hurrt In la ater year f And they t'luk she a liar. Puritngo. Ciilo, liec. 31 - A huue publicity mmpMt(n for the iroM.-.l fun Ju.m railroad will be n:,i mtcd nt once, it whs d'trmmMl hi a inct-tii,i;l of local business inon here Tusd; nidlii. The plan is lo i nli-t the ni.l rotting snags scattered all about, a blue-overslled dentist with a lot of An apportionment of I,, ;'I3 In tlx school fund of the countv yesterday was cnillled b huperintendeut Atari, a mo ytotHoya. The rate per per. son l. The apportionment lol- lowi', 1. A. Montoya. superintendent ol schools tor the cou.il.,' of Hrrnuliilo. Mat of New Mexico, d.i hereby cer tify that I have this day. Iwi-mlwr JOth. lli. duly apportioned school funis cf the said cnuoty. The amount to bo apportioned is'sime of the l-.il recently Introduced tlj.211. The tolul numlier of persons j by Kcrceiituti e Taylor, lookmti to of chobl axe Is 10. 11:. The rate per the lonn of federal iredi. tor t'n ton- person la 1 1. 5H, which is apportioned , striu llon of the road Towilep There are a good many kind of powder In the world. Including these. Face, gun, baking, toota and washing. Before tha Inyentlon of gunpow der, the benighted heathen could not ki;l each other half as fast as they can now. Gunpowder is divided Into blsrk. smokeless and other kinds. Giant powder Is used much In landscape dentistry. When a deadening Is found to be suffering from toothache from th of all chnmhers ol r. miner' e in the area Interested, wbi h Includes t'olo. rado. New MrM' o und Arixoiui. anil nf as niHiiy lioliN Uliiuls lis possible In thlthe liumedlxte fi 1st net ol the proposed 'road, to ure upon cong-re the pit to the different districts a follows: prise. In fact w fail lo see Just why- Mr. Tittmann should upbraid Albu querque for having been "asleep. Albuquerque, aa a matter of Uct. had very llttl lo do with any of these matter. Th influence of ihiacity in th senatorial election of ISIS was entirely negligible. We tnd little ot nothing to say about It. The then ruling political influence In thew part were not In on the deal. If El Paso should b permitted to run off with our other senator in 1SH, how ever. It is Just possible that a charge of being aaleep or worse n.ight lie against thla city. A for the Elephant Hut'. project Ha completion and the development of Ih land under it will provo of im portant benefit 'to all sections u! New Mexico. Jt is an El Paso project. The work that brought it uboiit was don largely by El Paso men and El Paao Influence were behind lit course In congress and in Ih period when it wa in the hands of the rv-'amatlon service. Aluuquetque haa no fault to find with thi. If there I iuult to be found with Albuquerque in 'i imectiuti with irrigation development it l that w have permitted ourreltes to ait Idle so long with our own splendid unde veloped valley all aruund ua. ilml Al buquerque business interest. been ai active ir. development work of thi kind, and possibly In pollti' jl U' umi aa well, w niixht now hae a project o: our own under way aiul e nuiihi een have a I'nilid States sinutoi. ol a chance for securing one. No. of No of Ittru-l. persons. Amount i ... .7 :.jo i "i.'j.u" i iy 4:."" 4 ll ITS r,o i 3SU u.u 4" t''7 .: 7 13 sl.r.n . 4 UM ... 10 t,; s v ii o 11 in: im.iiii 1J & iH (fit., i ;.!') 7.1 . l:t I. till 2.1 I . 'i 14 1 :t 4 . j o It g t I .'., I lllH 1 i Z t"l 17 44 l ;i i j j . , ;i ; ,i 'in It :i:l 4! :,i' ,34 Sti I .V 101 i.ig :.3 7i '3 :i : '." 4 1 27 4H '.'P 44 ik n t.i St i' .. 4 7 141 .11 M 41 7:i !: Mi 54 : 1 ..... . ', ."..mi vij l.':'. . . . . I j mi Total l'i.l: $K,.2tt io. A. MoNToVA. foiinty School Hiipermti nilen' Effoiis will lie cmieentWile l nt fli-t on the mem hers of the i.tilwiv-i canals committee of the house In whose hands the hill is. RATON WOMAN PROVES HERSELF A HEROINE Union. V M . In. . ::V '-.tlifornln paper bring news rh.il Al-.e. K. K Curtis, ii former resident -oi' thin city s.ted nine fniii!li'4 from tle.uli l fire in an apartim nt hou-o- in iinkliiol l.'il. ;l lew llos UK" Mrs llilt:?. dis'"e:llM lilt file. w'!.c fie ''ill l resnlenis ot Hie li"i,-' 'iiol all es'-iiped. In r.iallllo. I'ountv, New Mexoo. Work Ili-gun on anal. i 'r lifts. X. M . lie ii - l.o,-,'l pvpie are inu'h p!e:iKed iloit anu.il Worli on the cmijlj. ninr here, n p.irt or Ihe Kleplwillt lilltte plxjei-t liern liexun. V. Ii. .lohniooi. n Phoe nix foul i a I'M . h;i tliln-t:v' men work clearing the nabt .f win tm ill, exieiinioii of the l.c.i-ihuM 'iiii-il bust-up stuff comes to Its relief. Fields about to be treated to a wholesale extraction are never given an anrsthetic. Anybody caught squirting co cslne Into the hack forty before sp plylng the forceps would be called a nut right. Face-powder Is about all ono ever sees of some women. While face-poMdcr Is ucil lo Im prove the appearance ot the face, gunpowder Is n t used to Improve the appearance of a gun. Neither li baking-powiler ustti lo kill a baking or washing powder used to kill scrubs. WuKiiliiK-powdcr Is used to make washing easier tn do. and fare povder In used to make fares easier to look at. Tor th powder Is applied with a tooth bru.-th. but gunpowder la not put on with a pun brush, baking powder with a baking brush ot furo-powtler with a luce brush. This ii a line, clear language wc have; Miter til j I'ioiicef lili-t. HiUt-r fity. V M. Iee. .'I -Ji.Ij Julius I i nit 1 1-Ii ilnd here W : 1 .- . ulier nn illness of Hi-urai months. lie Ann 7? tear ot am ii.id tirid 1,,'i-n itMiil'-nt of thtv. 'lu for miii'v e.i Tliu funeral a li' ld Tiiiirsilny. Hunks Itcllftiil I ei in llcporlinu. rtanta r'e. X. M . 1" ' : I --si i liHii.:t-. ri'w n" l"'iK-r le'i'iireil to .mil.i repori.i to the corioiiii on -i,oiiii:-i ur, f"llerl wux ito- tne e .m notifle'l h, the i ' n . 1 1 1 : '' i imil ilo need report oril to the it.ite Iwiiik ex iiinirier. , Mlllinri IW.II I'lnmn-il. Sili i-r i"it.' . S. M . I .i I .- A to. I ii.ii l,ii II. to '"- ln-' l .l.t iii.i i I i' till- hltl't Hll.lll I" I"- tt.'lil'Mll l' 111! jii 1" oruiiniit'l 4o. iij ioiiiI'-'ii lo Tlie S.lei-i 'ii 'nu i'l .!! Ii'i ni-li I in mmic and tin- i ri 1 1 1 -n 'till ie "(in il nuiit ii:, . tli. ihe iii drill h ill ! orated in in.. n-itloMi' .mil tin Muni lMMt-n ai'pi a. lii.t ,it U.' ir. il lot Vest Pocket Essays B fiEOFGE MTCH MORE LAND FOR NAVAL BASE AT PEARL HARBOR llonlulu. Hawaii liec .: 1 !-- dared to be a step In the ; rle. Hon I of plans for the delense of I'etil llur-i bor military and natal rceri at loo. the I'nited htates goternrn-.-nt has se cured an option on more Ihun iZ acres of land at tile end of Hie Waipo peninsula on tha Island ol u.thu. It is repotted that other irsls will in taken by Ihe government either by privet sale or condemn! Ion pi u ceil ing in Ihe eaily part of !:. NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS A DONA ANA REPORTS ON SCHOOL CONDITIONS I .a truces. X M . liec. :i I lions Ana county a achnul supei ititemli nt. in a report submitted to tha Mute de partment of education yesietday stales that school ixpvndiluies in this section reached 13.'. 000 in Ihe t it y of La C'ruce and 144 6i0 in tha ruial districts approximately, in the ei Just erding. Th per capita expenditure mere about $:i in th county and tlx i i tin city. All of the tv.enty.rtrn tounl) buildings, excrpt three, art owned b;. th (liairiri using them. There air four other in the city. Th compensation of leat her runs from U.i a year lu il.I.!j a year Only nln teacher in th tou-ily are men. Tha aerg m hol term, amJ Irwin La t'mces wa is nionlhs The si tiool census 1 4 !.', of tthu h I. '''', I In th city. There is sharp de. tints ia attendance alter the ilnitl fueuopolitan Journal." W do anpli. grau has botn pad. T THIS particular period nf the year, tlie Xew Uiri resolu tion laglns tn occupy the atten tion of a great many citizens of vary lnj prominence and sobriety. Tlie New Year's resolution In a supersti tion to the. effect that between 1 1 r.tt. anil midnight on !ecemhcr Slat of each year, a backbone enmpnsed of gelatine and putty will suddenly stif fen up and become so Inflexible that Its possessor will be enabled to say ''Nn" and stlrk to il for years at a time Acting on this superstition, men who cannot exist throughout the year w i 'tout a drink before and after each thirst, rr-solve never to drink again; while men whose months would feel like an extinct and un filed crater without cigars In them, declare that henceforth and forever they will remain outside of the Amal gamated Order nf Human Chimneys and will use the money thus saved to buy house and farm. Bad to say moat of these resolu tions do not last over forty-eight hours. There are many reasons for this. In the first place, It la true that between eleten and twelve o'clock on the night of December Slut, men find It easy to refrain front drink snd smoke, because they are usually full or both at that time If there wa aome rs'thod of contin uing this hour Indefinitely, r. rt many tender little resolves would not be drowned at an early age. Another reason Is the fact that resolutions go Into the game with no practice. A man who wouldn't play football without looking up the rules, will start on a dry year with no prac tice whatever, tew Year revolu tions ouuht In lie nindo on Novemtier in. thus giving the maker two nmntliH in which tn get up when nec essary and dust tiff his clothes. Another rear-on is the fact that nicu of acak anil wabbly wills at- j. wjj j fine. Wonder fine of the most recent sample Insurance policies sent im In tint hope of inducing us to protect our w. k. life, contains a clause paying a spei lul indemnity In rase of "sun stroke or hydrophobia from Invol untary exposure." Wonder If any lirtly ever illtl Just go and deliber ately bin- himself ttlih a mad dog? Why Not? For Pent Tall, round stonn lower with revolving lamp In thn lop Finn view of the mean and rocky beach, near deep water. Bult ahlo for ItRhthoiise keeping. Intf matlomil Method 'Hut would that poliry be fair?" "Xo Indeed." "Then whv consider It?" "All ia fair In war. We'll Just start a war, so what wo want to do will be fair see?" Simply Slate.! "My, what a chnnge In that rhop! He used lo be a regular ruy of sunshine, hut " "Xow he's sn ex-ray, ch?" What lu l? "That hi grafter ho used the public nullify to make nil thiiso lux tirioiiB Improvements In the stuio prison ought to be sent up for ten years!" "What' Sent to the pctillontlury' iiKt when he's got It all fixed up so comfy' NolV ThcTKmng Lady AcrossThe Way A tie (j tuy "So" and ttck to if tempt too much, Much men should begin by swearing off on Welsh rare bit fur a year. When thla has been accomplished, let them swear off on mi hce pie of the Intoxicating variety. They sill then find it ey to refrain for . year fiorn spring Ionics and by the fourth year lliey will be able to look the rork'all squarely in the cherry and peas It by with a virtuous frown providing they can get rid nf their friends. Friends ar to New Year's resolution what cat ar to mice, and what a l.mJ fiot Is to a peach bud. The young lady across the way aaya many of the pearls found lu oysters are very beautiful and can ttuxvly If tulU from Ui real sluuua. L I RKXATOR JOHN W. WEEKS Of Massachusetts Henntor Weekr was one of Ihose dlrot'ly responsible for the eeturtl Of Mansitcb.isetis to the Kcpotillcun party at the late November election. II wai an ardent ndtocuie of the prnsresHive planks Included In th Hspuhllcan platform In ilml Htute. wblcls resulted tn reunttiti the party. Because of his work in thli itlrei-tion. ,'nnlor Wck haa aciitilred a natton-wld follow ing, nnd he Is one of ihofo most prominently mentioned for the Presidency. DEPUTIES TO TRAIL INDIANS AND SAVE DEER .-aula Fc. N. M . I'ei .1 Ki-H'itt-iiik rci-eip! of a rei'"il ih.it .'nos In dium had started I'T tile t i.-tlllii ill"- tm t to kill ilei t th. t it.- k.ini r - llell testeniay Ulltb"l l.el I- est ol'l- i,-,s a: Taos to semi ,le'iti- ,.iii r !h led men ami jl'-,n! tlo- slauulii'-i' Tin i'i"'i i '-alio- :: on I he T tos tiaim l'l "ii-i ir. e iim ill ."ii. Till: TI NT Til T TI I.IX I- The Tel of Tlnif. Mimj Mliiiiiifr. qiif I'ltiplf lllltf lalf i lii Tt-Ht. , SILVER CITY GIRL. SILVER CITY CALENDAR Silv i-r i 'if X. M I :l 1 n om -f tin- i.ihi-lais ''! i . .oil it i loial l.io-ine-K li ti-- -ipi" us a i'i'itra.1 of M l-s. It..- ,.-l I '"ill I. lie of the at', -.t vli" i . -1 ii - I ii .i, t , rui-1 imih l." I'll 1 I lli'll "i tl-ls'lly. 1 1 eih r- ami loiiiiui.il-' l"r poulirt itttni'iiiii nl uoil sitii-faftm y. Will M( nn ordliiiti pint, ipini t nr half giilloii tin-on jar toil I'm cm Ii. I'. H.'lll'. " .I'.'-'.M l-JIH Hil Ifiid. I'llolK' III. Y'.irg nun t?:i? .Mliii i'iir'iiie cliien' lo'"! in II liill'lt-' .':i!' t"i 111. the beln III I'-IllC'l, !l"l!l Imillt Kl'l-l'-V i'lllH 1 lie htu'ement i nw contu mtol t ne testimony '-olll I'iele. 1 list : llrfs like this are nil'lo lolls. The- do'.iMv I'Tovii h" peril "1 I'-. ill's l.llev l'"l.. ''all ili A 1 Ii' hi I ' I 1 .1,. I .1 I ' r il - 1 1 1 ' ' i ' I l.i"le " ' ill' il!.i 1 J'" ' i s .VI. I l. , T'l'-le i , ii i "i, i' in., l.- i ii . , . : 1 1' il. M i-'. I' N'l.i.r s.''! p.t'ith i:il;tli Jlirl, A , u., I'lin-. s.is " I )i "I ..i ll i! Ilif h.i1 ',-. i'-'t til V sll"llll, r "holes Win ti I -.t . .-ii ii'V Ii - t or -i.liiw jtoun l. I ll .l-i t t' .1 the tri"l -I" l-'II tie lull it.- I ..it do -A n. ll"' I'. 'Ill - nan. i't"- ,.' I " ins Kiln-y I'll'" 1. 1 .,.i!,t r- " r I I ti. -it i h.it 1 1". nr. K HllK ' riiix are '.I ai Si". I l-i t-.et .'e .-ial I t" I.e. ' ( Slati II.' lit ite,( J m ii ii : t I '" . I i i i: m vi:i: l..Ti:i; Mr. A l.lil sil l "I ii-,. I'. ..in ,. Ki'llii't I'llll IK i as'l'liallv .11 I t:m need ot tlo ln llll'l I iiltt ..):, U' ! 'j II' k and HUIe re lief " l'l lee r."e, ut .-11 ili .ili-rs. llotl't timl'ly a.k t'-r ,, Koine- rem' i ll' I Iioiin'a liil-n- fill- 1 1"' sii'iie Ihit Mis. A.l.nr Ii" 'tti-e 1'iihil ly ii-'iitn- ll'emieil. I'l'-ler M .li.'ll ri t'o , I -l -'l'l . tuffaio, X. V. TRY A HERALD WANT AD. GOLDEN RULE DRY GOOES CO. Closed All Day Tmiioitow New Year. Opeiiino; M:;uly. 9 a. in.. Willi On' Great Sale of LAITIES' COATS. SUITS, DRF-iSES, SKIRTS. FURS. Etc. Fin Dttdih See Toinoi row's EvtMii ii;; Herald. NO I K J". Hurber sllups Will be open flltll I yn'flock Ft l'lav evenitiK and i l' l" t Jt a. in-. Sutuidjy, January 1, DAY (DI Is Grocery Bargain Day in the Herald's advertising col umns. On this day Albuquer que's leading markets and grocery stores pre sent their best values for Saturday's supply day buying. Careful housekeepers will profit from careful reading of the Grocery Ads.