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1 MEN SUSPECTED 51 CLAIR
Whatever you ccK)k will
be better if you use
' Vijty ycart ago, when Co A An Wedding
Whiskey was young.'
OF WHITE SLAVE
J. C. Denson and J. E. McCors- Unfortunats Creature Who
tin Given Thirty Days Each' Stole Jewelry Writes Piti
on Charge of Disorderly Con-j f ul Appeal for Aid to One of
duct. Families She Robbed.
THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 20, 10 14.
SAYS HER MIND
'- - " jfi ;M irr;V,--
YOU'LL always find in a place of
quality, where the. tavern-keeper is
noted for serving the best the market
alTords, pure, mellow, old, stin-ripened
Friends really get the proper rest out of a J
social hour when thry've a little wonderfully-flavored, rrV-!r
rare, old, Gulden Wcddinj between them. , Hl'.,
Made according to a sccrrt formula, cuarded care
fully for age, and distilled under strict government
supervision, thit historically great fid whiskey meets
the highest expectations of the people Mho vtknt
something extra excellent.
It's the one whiskey that's beyond all criticism,
because it is
Interesting Program at Cen
tral School by Eighth Grade
Pupils Competing for D. A.
tegular t' hi m.I work In the rlKhlh
grade iinvr place thla afternoon Id
interesting program ul Ihw friitial
school In which etghtu grade pupil
participated In I In' final coiitcat fur
the prlxe offered by Uw VVnlUot
Chapter. Iinuthlcri of ill American
devolution, for I he historical chalk
I. ilk conliat. Mliui Hallle KIiik. prin
cipal fit the eighth grade, who haa
been In churge of the preliminary '-on.
teats haa produced some splendid
work from her students ami .he pre
liminary triala have been Viry i low
f Hie fourteen contests, four were
i hoscn for the Huh Ik. two on Hie sub
ject "Kxpanslon" and two on "The
South " These four participated In
the program thia afternoon The
unit hi la In be decided hy a commit
tee of Judges rompoaed of A. ft.
St roup. V. P. Mctcalf and Prof. . K.
The program follow a:
Music Klghth C.rade orchestra
t'hala TnU 'Expansion," Frank
Chalk Tulk "Slavery." Closai
Chalk Talk Kxpanslon.' lloorgo
Chalk Talk "The old and the Newt
P.. nth," Ihiroara Bhelly.
THE LAW CONCERNING
THE INCOME TAX
The Kvcnina Herald has received
Ihu following circular fiom the In
ternal revenue ofilce at Hunta Fe,
ij'.ioilng the law lelutlve to the pay
ment of the Income lux for ihia eur.
ol w hii h return mual be made ou or
la-lore March tat ni-xtt
(T. I J. 1 .1 4
Individual w hoae net Incvine from
March I lu lxcelnlier II, IKIJ. holh
d.tiea incluaive, la I.T.UU or more muat
make reiurna of annual net income
Treasury I'epui tiiient, oflh e of Coin
mlloncr of Iniernal Iteveuue,
aahtngtun, I). ',. Januury IS.
Meet Ion I, act of Octohtr J. 1U.
rra LCI ::x? ixo
TTI C a.
A Masterpiece ia color by C Allen Glbert
the well known artist
We wltt m ntt rtt. of COt!t!0t OSIfltTAl CM AM. a
rot'VnfMr .lllf t IhhuIiIiiI lrfiulilia iitllltl "llirhrrirt
tff H4iil ' In kMitet leitu 11 a UHltr. It In a M)Vmtul
ri-iOHiii.-iujti un It i u I.I y .tirl pnf of one of the git 1 a
A li.ire Mr !!.! U n'lt htr ana m tea MiAPfnl l.y any
tr potiiiti nutttt-r whii h otikt etrvvai liMiiiitf. a .H e- m
a ' aloUM- It cotrr wiitfi,.ltia atel lnln- W r ae tt.iitt.tetit
Mi yttti will la aitfltlt t.M.t.1 with iltr eUitv iiiiU vaUuUar
V aud tad it a vulatw a.uiiti-ai w uui u.at va Utai.
l Gouraud's Oriental Cream
M 'It purifirk, la-autibes nud plrarrvea th i.llll. Kt licvea
ft I1 onlie, and k'Vi that clear, ta-arly while romplexioit
M au inucli ailniitol. It ia a liiiuid m.ii yre.tv prt iralioii
K Unit iiotiriKlua the tUiu anil protrcla It frum l.'ic tin.
v ant.-eal.lt- wcallirr of all aea-otia.
m rrkD. T IIOPKIN3 a SON. 87
ka xcxc:ftv30"f ,i Ezra
provider! thai on or liefore the 1st day
of March, 1014. and the 1st day of
March In each ar thereafter, a truu
and ui-curatc return, under oath or
iifllrinnilon, ahHll he londe to the col
lector of Internal revenue liy each
person of lawful age who limy he eub
ject to the tux Imposed hy thia aec
llon who him a net Income of ll.Oii'i
or over for the taxable year.
Il la further provided that for the
year ending- 'iH-cemher II. 1011. the
lax ahull le computed on l he net In
come accruiiiK from March 1 to He
cemher SI, 1913. loth datia IncliiHive,
after deducting ttve-aixiha only of the
ope. iflc exempt inn and deductlona al
low uhte for an entire taxable year.
Slni'e the return of a nn mil net In
come for the year mil. aa applied to
In. IU I. Iuh In. la for hut five-aixthH of
the calendar year, and aa the law pro
vldea that reiurna ahull he made on
the hitaia of live-aixiha of the year, it
la IoIiIm thai mdivldunU w In we net fn-
ninii' la or mire for the ten
inonlha coiiatiiuting the luxahle per
iod of IVU ahall make renin. of an
nual net income In accordance with
the general provision of Ihe law cov
ering the ID 13 taxahle period.
W I!, i Hlti 'UN.
CommlMaioner of Intern. 'I llevenue.
W, II. McAlu'O.
Hecrelary of Ihe Treuaiiry.
LADIES! SECRET TO
llriiut Urt'k lla i olr and)' I.uMit
Willi l.raiidma'a Saiic
t'ommon garden tuigc brewed into a
heavy tea, with aulphur and alcohol
added, will turn gray, alreukvd and
fad.il hair betiutlfiilly dark ami lux
uriinl: remove every bit of dandruff,
atop ecalp Itching and fulling hair.
Mixing the Kane Ten end Kulphiir
recipe at home, though, ia trouble-
aouie. An i-aaler way la to get the
I read) -to-uae tunic. i vKllllH aboul i"
'i-enta a large bottle, at drug atorca,
known aa "Wvelh'a Sage and Sulphur
Hair Kcinedy," ihua avoiding a let
While wiapy, gray, faded hair la nut
ainful, we all Uealre to retain our
youihlul appearance and attractive
heaa. Ily darkening your hair with
Wycth'a Kage and Hulpluu, no one can
tell, becuune II doea II ao naturally, ao
evenly. You JubI dampen a aponge
or aoft bruah wilh It and draw thia
through your hair, taking one amall
at mad at a time; by morning all gray
huira have disappeared. After anoth
er application or two your hair be
Mitiiri lieauiifully (lurk, gloaay, ao't
and luxuriant and you Appear years
Major Krneat Meyera left on the
t'ullfornlu llm'trd today for UallliK
where he haa bualneas.
CHEAT JONES ST, NEW YORK CITY m
I CRAY HAIR
cixic:c4oi r i 1 1 i : sz :
Tu men aupeted ly Ihe police
of leaning toward white alave trnftlc
wtre sentenced to thlriy d.iyn each In
Ihe county Jail by Judse I'ralg thia
morning or an alternutue of S) 3 i
fine. The men are J. C lienxon and
J. K. I'oratln, Deniaoli, who aaya
he haa In en running a bowling alley
In Corpua I'lirlKil, Texan, arrived hera
Wedueadny night and with him ar
rived a w tian who later rexlxtcrcd
in a Klrat atreei hotel ua hia wife, but
who lie aald in court thia morning
-Vaa neither legally or otiierlne hia
relative. The woman, he aaid. waa
broke and he gave her permiaaion to
atay In hia room. He aaya he did not
know ahe registered ua hia wife.
Mcl'oralin, wh aya he merely
came to town with aome money to
upend and apent II. wui arreled ua
he waa taking a train The ollicer
making tha arreat charged that he
wua leaving town with a wom.i.i who
waa allowed tu go on her way and
with whom the man waa charged with
having been at u Houlh Klrat (Ireet
hotel. Mct'oritln said thia morning
mat while he knew the woman and
waa In the name car with her, they
were not traveling together.
( II AIU.F.M KHI I.T AMI
ASKS mit l'i:.
l-narging tnai no n oeen on. e ,
aavaultcd and that he la In fear of '''aiy, ,rt
peri, rial aafcty, A. P. de Ciiatelniollno ', .?.
. . . . . . . .... .! I did no
yeaterday iwore out a warrant for tnt
arreat of I'letro tiiacomellt. ( harging
aaatiult and battery and at the aame
time filed a petition for a peace bond
agalnat Olucomelli who, he aaya. ia
dangerous and who he fears will do
him ecrloiia Injury.
The caau will be heard by Judge
Craig this afternoon at 6 o'clock.
Joe Willi. una, a repeater, charged
with vagrancy, waa sent to Ja'. f"r
tllteen days this morning after plead-
iliK guilty tu the charge. Waller l'un-
kle, who wua one of the two boya re-
cently arreated In the Hantu Ke yarda
In which arreat ono of the boya was
phot accidentally In the knee, was
given ten days In Jail. Dunkl. says
he Is waiting for a ticket to Kansas
City. The other boy Is still in Ht
Joacph'e hohpltul. i
Leon Rice, Tenor Who Sings lu
Receives $100 a Sunday.
The people uf Albuquerque will
bve the opportunity r hearlna tho
highest pitid church singer In lh
world next Sunday ut liie First M. K.
church, when he give, hia celebrated
"Kvenlng of Hong" aasisted by Jciue
Cueaar-ltlce, at Ihe piano.
Thia event will be a musical feaat
that will long be remembered. The
New York Mualcal I'ourler. In a re
cent laaue, haa Ihe following tu say
regarding 1-e.m ICice's splendid
'Laron hie, the New York tenor,
has recently been offered what )
without doubt tho largest Salary In
the world for a rhurch einger. Thia
offer cornea from the Bccond Presby
terian church of lloualoti. Texaa. und
ia for the unprecedented amount of
1 1H0 h Sunda: . Such a propiadllou
us thia la not m:.de without a reuaon.
end the rewwiii la found In thr fact
that Mr. !! e a.ing In this rhurch
during lsus-v under a moat unus
ual contract. He received what waa
al that time ot:e of the largeat sal
ii r tea la America en condition that
hia aliiRlng ah.-ul.l a'truct a capacity
audience ut each aerv IctI he i hnrcn
eating 1.200 ierona. Mr. Itlce'S
pliMing p'oved ao popular that It was ;
not an Infrequent occurrence to rind
hundreda unable to secure Seats In '
the building. Al Ihe conclusion of !
his contract. Mr. Illce waa Induced
to remain four months longer, um.ii
he went to London for further study
with William Hhakeapeare. the fum-
ua voice teacher. during the paat
three yeura Hie offlclala of tht
1 1. .union church hav e been endeavor
ing to secure Mr. I: Ice's services for
another engagemrnl, hence the of
fer of S 1 OU a Sunday "
AT THE CLUB TONIGHT
The directors of the Commercial
Club, the special club committee on
the Moqse sanitarium. the seclal
sanitarium committee of the local
Mooae lodgo and Ihe real eaiate men
of Albuquerque will hold a meeting
at t o clock tonight lo the club r.io.na
for ihe purpose of eoniplellng plans
for the entertainment next week of
the locating committee of the Moose
order who ore lo visit Albuquerque
In the course of Ihelr taur of Inspec
tion of various sites for the proposed
two million tl.. liar Mooae sanitarium
for tubercular members.
The meeting Is of flraf Importance
as a complete program for the en
lerutnnient of the visitors will be er
rs, lined and the vurtotie possible altea
for the sanitarium which are to be
shown them determined on. The
mat eel men of Ihe rlty are ea
peciully urged to Ul'cr.d.
LARGEST SALARY FOR
DISPOSITION OF CASE
PROVES A PUZZLE
I The caae of Ihe tinl.n tutiato HI.
t'lulr w.niian. who haa i I'lii'mnl acv
eral exicnaive Jewelry rou'ieii.a mid
'who la aiding the police in returning
the atoleit property lu th acvtrnl
uwnera. la proving one ol th.. moat
pitiful In the police reel. la of Alhu
.iier.ile. Mra. ft. v'Iiiii aptuiienlly
haa not a relative on e..rth Hhe
Well over filly yeura o( auc, In the
In Hi atiigea of conaumpllon mid a Ul'itf
llend beyond hope of re n.- Mie la
or haa been, an educated woman und
at ill benta tracea of ref.tp in. lit. The
i llenev.ili nt aociety haa d..ne every
thing within It" power f .r hi r and at
leaat one nnniater of Alhii ner.iie haa
uaed hia beat efforta It. make pome
prnvlalon for her. The ibulola who
have examined her elate that the
i woman a ilrug habit haa i .itio-il the
jatage where help ran be given, be-
'caiiae of her wt-ukened phvithal c-ondl-
Thia morning Mra. rtn.rlea Ited-
mnn, from whoae home Mr. SI. t'lulr
took a large ipiantlty of jewelry, re
ceived a letter from Mra. St. t'la.r ud
drenaed lu heraelt and Mra Munlove.
n neighbor, who have l.n doing
KVurtlhliitf thev ean for the woman in
. f f . a f The letter
nt do wnut t ii. I to wronx
Vou. Now let me tell you aomething.
il haven't told anyone. I am loainu
'iny mind. The pnat year I have fell
'it coming 'on. I am not imaclf. t!tl
know a. I want you to g t your brace
let and watch. (Holh hri.clct and
watch were recovered l.y the poller
thia morning from aecoti.l-hand ett.rts
where they hud been pawned i. "The
bracelet la at the eeconil hand at'.fe tit
ltne corner of Klrat and U-.ul. and the
!,xl,tci at the other aeei-nd hand store
right below the wilne hi reel. I h. Hod
niuat have someone to help n.c I
have known for the pnal three monlha
I waa wrong. Now I know you may
not believe me, but as a Irlend help
me auve myaclf. I fvel It. I tell you
and cun't help myself. Won t you
at lid for lr. It Ice aurl aak him to
come ami take me tu aome K'.od place
where they will be kind t me in '
not make me work, for I . an t work
becHiiae of my liinxa. I am lellliu "U
the truth, dear frlenfl. .1 am not cray
now but my mind la giving way. I
am In tied very alck ami with no one
to lielli me. I have Mid noih.im to
eat today hiit a fileS iT bread."
The rent of Ihe Idler la a pitiful
repetition of the above.
On receiving It thia morning Mra
Kedmon und other m-igtttmrN took f..o.l
to the hutiae ami ale lining wh.il the.
call for the woman, bill aouie pcrin.i
nent diapoaillon ol li'r caa.- inital he
made and the indue have lint et
found what that diapoaition will i"
MANY ATTEND RECEPTION
TO BISHOP H0WDEN
The rommerclal t'lub laat night
tendered a reception to lllahop Fred
erick W. Ilowden and .Mrs. Ilovvden
which waa attended l.y several hun
dred Albuquerque no n and women
who gave the new prelate snd hl
wife a most cordial welcome to tho
city and the stale The club vvna
aaaialed In receiving by members of
St. Johns pariah and by the minis
tera of the city, nearly all of whom
were preaenl durlni! the evenlnir
Klahop Ilowden has evidenced
large capacity for niakloK friends
during his brief atav In Albuquerque
and both he ami hia "Ife widely ex
tended their acquaint.. nre laat night
The reception was Informal and tho
JI. yPv lllortenae
X.. tV ltULglDha.ILL.US k.
High Grade Farm Implements
PLOWS, HARROWS, SEED
DRILLS, RIDING. WALKING
AND GARDEN CULTIVA
TORS, OIL AND GASOLINE
You will find our slock com
pltte and our prices low.
ft.- -l v, I f.7
CROWDED HOUSE AT
Elks Theatre Packed by Mem-
bers of the Order and Their
Friends; Several Notable'
F.lka Ihe. iter wua crowded to ca
pacity luHt nlKht by Knights of Py
thias, their families and 'rlentla. for
the celebration l.y Mineral lodge No
i of the O..I.I. n Jubilee of the or
der. The ritualistic features of the;
program, carried out by the officers
of Mineral Imlire were It.iprcHslv e. tho
musical numbers ol unusual merit
.mil the several addresses deeply In
teresting. The u.l.lre-s of the evening wua by
fid. (leorge W. Ptichartl of Suntu Fe,
lirat grand .lianeelh.i commander of
Ihe New Mexico grund b de. who
wetil Into the history of the order In
New M.xlco In a most Interesting
speei h. lie was heard w ith close
attention as were the other spenkeia.
r.eorxe S Kbiek. I:, r.. I McAllister
and II. ('. Miller of the local Indue
The musicians who part Iclpated tn
Ihe program and who did much to
bring ah. .ut 1(4 ktalirvihg success
were Mrs Ada pierce Wlnr.. Mr.
'I nomas A. l 'hi imI 1,1 n. Mr t'harles J.
Andrews, Mr lluuo Meyer, Mr.
Ocorge Kverett and Ihe I'mond or
This la usually caused by.i disorder
of the stoma. -h. Take a good dose of
1 1 'liambcrl.iln'a Taoiela and tomorrow
you will feel all right. For sale by
u thoroughly enjoy-
Try HERALD want ads, they
sV Vki-- ar-" t.a-I
XX - ' iwux
Have you TRIED Cottolcne for dough
nuts, for fried oysters, potatoes, fish,
croquettes, tarts, pies, meat pastry,
cookies, cakes ?
Tha whole trend of modern thought favors
Cottolene for all cooking.
Many, formerly troubled with Indigestion, now
u&a Cottolcne and enjoy their food.
The economical housewife eaves tnorvpy with
Cottolene it goes much farther than butter
or lard and costs less.
Inexperienced cooks have few failures when
cooking with Cottolene and experienced cooks
are delighted with h.
glad of the
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ELKS MAY PUT Oil
Officers cf Albuquerque Lodge
Albuquerque IoiIkc No. HI. II. P.
Is ci.nMliler.iitt the pichcnling of a
series of liidpath Lyceum cnlerlaln
it tiiiH during the season of IHH-I5.
under Ihe auspices of the lodge, and
nl the next meeting of the lodge tho
matter will lie submitted to the mcin
bcra by the officers. Miss Vertm
endue of I Miner, representing the
Itl.lp.ith hurt an, b it thla morning for
Meaillu Park, where she has turali;;
ed for a series of enicrtainmenls ut
Ihe Stale college While here she
submitted lo the officers of the Klks
a proposition for next winter's en
tertainment series which has receiv
ed their lentalive approval.
Misa Vanillic ulso uirutiged for Ihe
twti conc'iiiling numbers of the scr
ies of c it tert a i n ini nts being preaenlfj
under Ihe auspices of the Woman's
i lull The lust number will be a
b dure by Woods 1 1 ul. Inn son thu
noted phynlclati and h'alUi writer.
TOY SHOP DRAWS A
CROWD AT THE CRYSTAL
The repetition of 'The Toy Shop,'
by thu children of St. John's parish,
under the direction of lira. K. L
llradlord at the I'ryslal theater thla
nt tern. ...tl. proved lully ua success
ful both In the v ork of the young
people and In attendance, ca un thu
occasion of Us original presentation
last year. Those latum; pun and
'the cast are us follows:
I'uibly Tat khuu.ioer. the Toymaker
j Thomas A. Christian
Jack-lll-tho -II. .X "a bad 'lilt"....
t. i;eati iianson
ll'.iiKht l-'.yes. a Fairy .. t 1 1 v. e llarduil
C.reti hen, Imported 1'iitih I hill...
la no. .le. Paris lltaiity
K'u.iIm t h Kihtl.'r
S ii .1 k i r. k Loll
Slcepllie I loll
Pride ltd! ..
1 ! Walker
.... Florellec 1 1. ins.. n
William fi Irh-h
, . . . J I jiw r.-nce Milne
Comper loll ........ I iiit Id Mil. bell
Jap I loll .ce Vantl
overall Moll Itilph l.osey
ielitleinan (loll Sfll.l Pool
Toy tw.g William Harden
CHEAP RATES SANTA FE
N. M., AND RETURN
Acttiiinl Annual Li-oiiion tnul-h Itlie aT New Mcvl. ,( , la
hi Id at Kama l e I cl.i iiMi ) K.lrtLUMb. IMI I. Tb kcls on aulc frmu
IMiiola In t'tdoratlo (IVIuidatl ami StaiihL all hUiis In Xc Mcvbts
ami Texaa (I I Peso, aoullllo
ami g.ird. Hale wl'l Im' one an.
the rouutl nip with lln"l riurii
IMNH lbuqllcriUC, . n fiar I lie
using Cr--, - J
bouoiene lyer . r"
ft all 1 .V '"V
r 1- 1 1 iBIir I-
Teddy Hear Arnyld Itrudford
Sirs. F.. L Itrudford, director.
Mra. Fi K. Harden, pianist.
SATURDAY, FEB. 21st
In the Rest of All Rook
By MYRTLE REED
Tour direction of United
Play Co., Inc.
Prices 50c, 75c, $1, $1.50
Seats on Bale at Matson's
Book Store February 19
TUESDAY, FEB. 24tU
The Annual Elks' Play
mi i rot h I i;t i;- i)Mi iy
I n.b-r (be IHiim tl.in imT
ai piiji i i;i,'i l i.um.i: nn
6, P. 0. E.
m: ts o i i.k at
M VTMIN S.
KaluriUiy February tint.
Prices $1 all over the
and la luual llbruary 21-1. S-inl. X
I i.m--hlih llri tla-. I'.iiilittl la re f.ar T
llmil Icl.riuiiy Katli. 111. IUl r
.. nip. T
I. i- JOIINM, Agent. t