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THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, IT. 11., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1914.
EToir BJextt WeeHl
- Coirsel Vetoes
EXTRAORDINARY ASSORTMENT FINE- CORNETS
SERVICE AND SOLIDITY
THE satisfactory bank-the only bank which
can be of real benefit to the business pub.
lie -it that which, while assuring absolute se
curity, is prepared to give expeit and courteous
service not only to depositors but to the publio
The success of the STATE NATIONAL BANK
has been built upon this winning combination of
Service and Solidity.
Tour account is solicited.
State National Bank
OF ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
The Latest Adder
COSFS BUT $35
Ask for Demonstration
llete 1 a new price on a rum
I" I ii i Adder On ii mm lime tli.it
la luplil. lull-also und I Tu I i 1 ll i-
The very In lent mm hint, built
mi-ii who kiinvv, in i,la, of the
l..iH' t metal-w ot king shops.
It la mi In i)i i.l liu I Adilcr. to be
placed mi s drxk. i I'll tn one
books anil paper. Tn Ink file
place ( tin- iclili.il iii.ii hi lir li -quiring
i silled npciuloia
It is ulu intended fur oftVes
ntiil tinun where costly (midlines
uie a luxury
The price Js due tn uiler sim
plicity, and to our enormoua nut-
K.avh o.led nuinhrr la
ahuwn up for chn klua
fi.rf lh arid. (ion la iimdr.
Tho nm'hliir will add,
auiitrurt und multiply. With
tiy klitfht prardif anyi.ne
run ion .u; a hundred ng
urra a inlnui ami lh ma
rl.lr.r never ntaiiva mlalaUea.
Counilraa iiMli c, lutar und
l mull, nil ai-ltlng from the
Itiai )iini- Ilia hlghi-at i lava of
AMERICAN CAN COMPANY, CHICAGO
Sold in New Mexico by W. K. CONLEY, P. 0. BOX 351
Albuquerque, New Mexico.
HEAD THE EYENINO HERALD EVERY DAY.
Consisting of Warner's Rust-Proof, The famous Princess and the
Golden Rule Special: ihese splendid brands in stvle. nnnliiv nnrl nrvrtmpni
all sizes to be had,
pill. Hevcn keys do nil th nut.
Now we make this offer so I hut
i.m nirmhcre may leum what
tlna machine iniulla to thfltl.
TEN DAYS TEST
W'r Hill Kindly .liin- In liny nine
nit- Ann ri. mi Ail.lt r fur trn
dill a' tiaal.
Tliprti will In. no ulills.illon. und
uiiiur It wild any iinn-llatrr
i'i i n lh inntlirnl. .c i unyiino
Uk- It. Htf It any mm hliia n
a. no Iwiirr than Ihla.
Jnut arml ua thla rim pun and
II ai-nd th iniichili.
f'lriiaa ai lid ua an Amerirun Adding
Vitelline fur ten daya' fr-e trial.
values to $2.50
Votes Ten to Three to Drop
Plan to Purchase Unle;
Water Supply Company
Will Permit Examination of
ASKS COUNCIL MAKE NO
Same Vote- Apparently Indi
cates Attituds of Special
Commission on Municipal
The (pedal i'ltixena' nater rom
nihuiliin. appointed aev'rrHl monilia
ago liy Mayor rk-llrra, with the ud
vlca and t'onaenl of lhf city t-ounrll.
ml enirualed with the laak of iidvla
ing thf num. II aa to thi" wlai-x'
I'oura to peraue with regnrd to the
tut ure ownxrahlp und rondui-l of th
WBIor ptipply of AlhUfiuerque, rem' li
ed auine very rioflnltc roiirhiaiong
laal night at Ita ae ond. and w hut
many of the nn in tier a believe will h
Ha laat nieiitlng. in the couni'll i liuni-
liming heard the Jetter rerently
addreaaed to lia aiih-rominiltee hy A.
II. MrMlllen. prealdent of the WuK-r
Hupply i-otiipiiuy. declining to permit
im expert emimlniilton of the iinii
puny'a hooka liy an expert nrinunl
imt rrpreaentlng the eity. the rom
iiiiaaion hy a vote, of ten to three,
adopted a ael of recolutlona preaenl
ed liy Neill U. Field, advlaing the
I'Otincil to proceed nn further In any
attempt with negotlutlona fur the
ptirrhuae of the preaenl plant, with
out auih expert exumlnation of and
tepurt on the rompuny'a hooka, ami
ulao ndvlaing the rouni'll to make no
phyali'ui examiniitlon or ttie nun
puny a properly, na a uaeleaa ex
penae at thla time, and without tha
ruinimny'a receipt a and expendilurea
tor n period of ten yeara puat.
The ai tlun of the pnmmlwlun, alao,
nppurenlly indimted Ita attitude to
wurd mutiii'lpul ownership of water
worka. inaofnr aa the exialing alt na
tion la roni'emed. The Field reao
lutiona were ndopted by a vote of ten
to three, one menilier, Hlmon Blern,
being abaent, und the rhiilrman, W.
W. htrong. not voting. Theae reao
liitliuia were preaented aa an mm oil
men! to a motion by Riimmera Iturk
hurt, aeeomled by Ales C'rnig thu'.
the aentlment of the people of Albu
queritie now favora munlrlpul own-
rhlp of the waterworka. Iturkhart.
Cruig and W. I Melmlf voted
ngiiiiiat the Field reaolutlona. thoae
voliiig for the reaolutlona being
Nrlll H. rteld. IV F. Mi-4'alind. A. W.
Ibiyden. Fmnk J Wilaon, J. T. Mi
lughlin, Wllllum Rryre. V. O
Hope. K. W. Fee and W. A. fleorge.
While the vote wiia not a dire.-t
exiireaalon on munlrlpiil ownerrhip.
i inning na H did on the reaoluttona
aa n autiatliute fur the rturkhurt mo
lion II would arem to Indlente that
thuae .i.llng for the remilutiona at
leiiat wunt different .ondltlona before
favoring muniiipal ownerahlp. F.x
pre.ali.na agalnat mulllrliiil owner
ship were voli-ed by Mr. Field,
who made Ma opposition known in
the flrat meeting of the rommlaaioii
by Chi M. U Btern, Dr. W. Hope,
and otheri The Field reaoluttona
aa adopted are aa follow a;
I'.eaoived, Thut it ia the aenae of
Ihla coinmlttee that ttie rlty rounill
nl AlbuiUeriie run not inielHaenllV
determine Whether or not It will be
to the public aaVanttige to negotliite
for the purihaae of the plant of the
Water Hupply rompany, or tn advise
the extension of the present fran
chise, until aui h time na the i-oum ll
la In rMiaaeaabm of full informal Ion
aa to the expenses and rer!pis of
the Water Hupply rompany aa almwn
by Ita booka during a euaonuble per
iod, not lea than eight yeara. next
before the negotiation of either of
lieaolved. Further, thai It la the
aenae of thla rommlttee that the rliv
council of Albuiueriue not Incur the
expenae of a phaii-al valuation of
the plant of the Water Kupply com
pany and that the Information ob
tained from a physical valnution by
viperta would not. In the absence of
"J - ' J
pair. On sale next
Information to be obtained from the
booka of the Water Hupply com
puny, be of any prm liul value In de
termining the course of the city M
to the purchase or the plant or the
extension of the franchise.
Itesohed. Fu'ther. that It la the
aenae of thla committee that the city
council of AlhtiiUerine should re
spectfully advise the Water Hupply
company thut unless given a prompt
i.pportunlty tn make an examination
of the booka of said company under
such reasonable restrictions aa tha
coin puny may deem necessary to Ua
protection, no proposition for the
purchase of Ita plant or the exten
sion of Ita fran hlse will be consid
ered by the council.
liesolved. That a copy of these
teaolutiona be presented by the
chairman of this meeting to the
ttiioor of the city with u request that
the same be laid before tne council
lor such i ciliin us may be deemed
Imlm IJLc callM'k.
Inasmuch aa the third paragraph
of the reuolutiona avrvea notice on
the water company that unices it
permits un i luminal bin of Ita books,
ill negotiations lor purchase of its
property are off. and since the water
company hue definitely refuaed to
permit such un examination, and has
In prevloun communications to the
council. Indicated that It Bought ma
negotiations, but would lie willing to
consider propoeitioita Iron) the coun
cil, and in view ol the furthrr tact
that the council virtuully hug bound
Itself tn act uolcl upon the advlco
and recommeridatiotia of the special
commiaalon, it would appear that the
situation has now reached eomelhlng
very much llkw a dcai"ot k und that
nil beta are off. It would aeem also,
and audi wua the feeling of a num
ber of members of toe rommlaaioii
lust night. th tie tpectai commia
alon for the preacnt at least haa done
about everything It can which In the
final anulyals amounts to nothing
und thut lor the lime being Its use
fulmts is ended.
"What are we here for? uaa the
question pelnatelllly asked by iev
erul membeis of the commission,
when llrst appointed, and the ques
tion seems to have been answered.
I The action uf the rommlttee Inat
ii la ht followed more than an hour of
. vigorous debaie In which Mr. rturk
hurt, Mr. I'laig and Mr. Met calf
waged war for municipal ownership
right now, while Mr. Field and Col.
I M. I.. Hern uppoecd that policy. Mr.
Field wua opposed to receiving the
(water compuny'g plant ua a g.'i't uu-
iler existing conditions, ao firm was
.his conviction against the policy of
. municipal ownership for Alliuquer
'qtie under exlatliux (ondltlona. Mr.
Cruig submitted a report on a refer
endum lie hud been taking among
hi iic(uuiniuiicea un the streets.
showing u large majority of those he
had uaked In fa cur of municipal
ownership, hut also In favor of build
ing a new plant. Ilia figurea were;
for ii new plant, 107; for buying the
old plant, 24, for an extension of
Mr. Metcaif protested that govern,
mcnt suit 1st ic were at hand to prove
the auccess of munlclpul ownership.
Mr. Mi'l.aiiKlilln proposed a aperiul
committee to ascertain, whut rates
the water company would he willing
lo agree to in the event of a new
fram hire. Im the motion fulled of
The Miiiiiiii.l(in having. In effect.
Ca't II:!? Ct
Eeeey Woman Casta Lavbiff Clasjc at
taut N salons CudileJ ia its HeaUMH.
A wnmaa heart naturally respond to
the rlitriu and soretne of a pm.y clill.l.
Sad auire so bily tliaa eer before atece
tb advent of Metiers friend.
'ibis Is a Biosl wonderful external katp
to the ma lea sag teniluas. It naelrsti-e
Ilia luMuc. auk's tui'ui pliant to rei..l!y
yield in satin aWutastl fur etpanaioa,
aa Iher Is n ,.Rgrr a period of psia, 4e
emfart, atratnuix, nsaara ee other ?mp
ta ao tiftca diairesalug dm log lb antluu
Wia of rxiiei tsary.
Molher's Ii!en4 .rmrs th STttsta f.
Ilia niiiig evriu, ,( lis bxi Biluaa rum.
I..rt. rest aad n-i. nurmg ilia term. 11ns
aaa a bum! eiaii.-d biaaeuie uimi ilia batir.
aime It linis lusenis a Btileaaul gr.eu,g
Ss(eat of hr- aad riieite fuui-tioe.
Auit pari l. ulsily t yt Bvahrr. la ttlta
raiaoaa rrraiur of lnes.iu.slil ala, II
enables lir lo preer lor bmlik sail
strwstk. ssg ahe resiaiaa a v'"'! sautie-r
e ' tin iff ari.l.ied all l" auferlna ai4
oanaer fltst usid uiherwtae ac,-wifHiiiy
aa. h aa iM-caaiua. siiii.er a rr)eo4 tbur-vus-ult.
pikrb ar ur, leadoa a4
Biuxle Isfiilved as (a a ar piraliva
fur rssle uf I lis ,re).
You will n tins siieeili(f remedy oa)
Bale at ail drug sirs ai II M a s.atla.
Bait Is huflitv r, e a.il f. ia iium,
Write ilrslli,.( ,-i.i-riu . mnr
tllila . Allsuia. I r uj lie-I tll uuili l
sea led. a "rt Laui.Utt bw Ivt ninaw
m-mmm m j -MWWWsft ttatBaasA
week EXTRA special J'
advised the council lu do nothing. It
was the opinion of a number laat
night that Mayor Hellers being re
sponalble for the commiaalon tha
next atep was up to the mayor.
Majority for .Munlclpul Owiieraiilp.
"Although there waa no opportun
ity for a direct expresalun at the
meeting lust night, I am convinced
that hud such nn expression been
IMiaslble a majority of the commis
sion would have been in favor of
municipal ownership," said a mem
ber of the commission Ihla morning.
"The Field reaolutlona were Introduc
ed as a siibatliiite lor Mr. Burkhart's
motion In favor of municipal owner.
aNp, and the vote In favor of the
reaolutlona waa In no way an exprea
alon agalnat municipal ownership, t
believe the majority of the commis
sion are for city ownership."
It waa pointed out thin morning al
ien, by several members uf the com
mission, that the members were
pructically unanimous In their oppo
sition to the city's paying' out any
feea for engineering services looking
to a valuation of the water com
pany a plant. It belag the feelinn
that such a valuation and the neces
sary expense attached would he
wholly useless without a prior re
port on the operating receipts and
expenses of the company.
After popular sentiment.
"The special commission was nam
ed by the council rhlcfly to bring to
the council popular aentlment for or
against municipal ownership." said
Mayor Hellers this morning. "It was
believed hy the council, and I Mill
believe that ihla rninmlnston rouM
have bruuKht the sentiment of the
people before ua. aa the council nev
er can obtain It. However. It now
appears as If the commission had
come to a deadlock. In Ita work.
"It la patent to any one that large
tnxpaying interests are always most
I'kclv to be found In opposition til
municipal ownership. What the
'immunity aa a whole wants Is
cheaper water. What we want for
our small property owners and ron
sumera ia a flat water rate, so that
sll may have lieuns and flowers. Hut
the large taxpayer naturally fears n
possible deficit, which should It come
in waterworks operation, would fall
heaviest on him. I do not admit
that a deficit would be possible with
high-grade, non-partisan business
management of the munlrlpul water
aystem There could be no deficit
in such management, and I feel aura
our people would demand and re
ceive that kind of management.
Whit the next atep will he I run not
auy until the matter has been dis
cussed hy the city council."
FIX DASIS OF
City Lots and Merchandise
Stocks Are to Oo Into Assess
raent Rolls at Actual Value
After being In session for several
houra eaterduy allernoon th board
of county commissioners exercising
the functions of the board aa a board
of eijuiilixulion fixed the basis of valu
ation for the several clauses uf prop
eity aa they mils'! go Into the naaess
iiient rolls for this tear. The valua
tions generally follow those of the
alale board of equalisation und the
at hedule submitted hy Aaarsaor Fred
ii. Ileyn, save that 'city lota and mer
chandise stocks are lo be reported al
full value. The bases aa fixed by the
commission are as follows:
Agricultural land under cult'-stlon
and under ditch, not leas Ihun tli an
Land under ditch not cultivated but
aubjei't to cultivation, not leoa than
(iratlnf land with water, not leas
than 13 M.
Uraaing land wi4hout wuivr. not
leas than II.IiM.
All city lota and Improvements si
ait us I value.
All merchandise stocks al actual
Need a tail In a hurry Call Tt
Mauro. 1'hone IT,
: rouND papeh sale 4?
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I DRUO C01IPANY X
HERE MARCH 16
Who Has Spent Lifetime in
Darkest Africa, to Make Ad
dress in Albuquerque.
Theodore lloosevelt spent less than
a year of his life in Africa killing
wild animals with the aid of every
appliance that money and Influence
could secure, atid Ma name Is printed
In lurge capital; on fame's honor
I inn Oawford, almost unaided and
alone, except for his devoted wire,
has spent many year fn the Interior
of Africa, working for the uplift and
salvation of Its native people, and
hie name i written on their henr's
Hut there are mutiv In this country
whose spirit answer o his. and who
lor very love of courage and adven
ture wherever ahown. hnve crowded
to hear his thrilling Isles of life and
labor in Africa.
It la doubtful ;r there' la a 'room' In
Albuquerque lurqe enough to hold
those who would consider It a priv
ilege and honor to see this hero of
sell ntlfle ' exploration end rellglour
effort, but he promies l meet thn-
who will gather to hen r him on the
OIIEXPEBTEO GUESTS FOR DIIIIIEII?
In haste you open a can'of
Half the slices are broken or
defective. They are anything
THIS CALAMITY NEVER HAPPENS WHEN YOU USE
HOTCHKISS "GLASS JAR" LABEL BRAND
On your grocer's shelf as you buy; on your pantry shelf
when you take down the can for use. you know that vrv
piece of the deliciously flavored, machine sliced, scientifi
cally packed Golden Peach of California is perfect.
There is satisfaction in the certain purity and perfection
of the Hotchkiss "GLASS JAR" LABEL BRAND.
The "GLASS JAR" LABEL BRAND provides an endless
variety of fruits and other canned goods. When next you
order canned goods, try this better brand.
s, KELLY a CO.
evening of March 1,
It will lie "now or never." as ho
does not plan tn ccune thla , way
naain. Ills beloved Africa rails, and
he hastens to meet und spend lite re
mainder of his duys with her.
SPECIAL SERVICES AT
FIPvST METHODIST CHURCH
. CLOSED LAST NIGHT
The special meetings which have
heen held In the First Methodist
church lor the pant two weeks, with
Itev. M. Alonr.ii llright. It. I)., us evnn
grliat. came to a close lust night. Ir.
HrlKht'a sen., .in Inat night made a
deep Impression on his hearers and
was (rsiight with results. Mr. Chris
tian sang In splendid voles and n se
lection im appropriate to the mes
sage. While the meeting closed last eye
ing so far aa the preaching of lr.
llright la concerned, the Hundiiv serv
ices are planned to complete tho ee
rie when the pastor will speuk ut
II a. in. on "A Way for the Per
plexed," and In the evening at 7:10
on "The I 'evil's Pay Hull." Mine Jen
nie Trolt, the choir directress, i
planning music of a special nature
for these two services.
T0UND PAPER SALE ?
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: DRUO COMPANY J
peaches an ever pleasing desert