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TUX EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, H". It. TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 1314.
have done lots of damns to frii't
A Duty that Ever Ma a Owes to Tkoee
who Perpatuata lh Reea.
hii.I ih crop win he a wry short
one, entailing a considerable loss lo
The angora nat shearing season
la on on th" angora ranches aur-
oii.tilin this town and Lake Val
ley. The Hip promotes to be the
lnrs. nl on record.
PLENTY OF WATER
FOR THE MAXWELL
Sheriff Jesus Romero evidently aspires lo be
the Republican boss of Albuquerque.
For ten days he has been making a house to
house canvas, alleging mismanagement of
our city affairs.
It is intimated if Boatright and the reform
council is elected he will have the naming
of all the employes of the police and fire
The situation is dangerous.
Jesus Romero is not a citizen of Albuquer
que. The citizens of Albuquerque will not per
mit Jesus Romero to control their city
Your only salvation is to vote for Sellers and
the other Democratic nominees.
So the People May Know
There will be collected this year over $60,
000 through saloon and other licenses to
help pay our city government expenses -not
one cent of this amount is collected
from the segregated women.
The city tax rate is now 15.32 mills, a re
duction of 2.59 mills from last year.
Close the saloons and your city taxes trill
be increased to over 31 mills, or nearly
double what you are now paying.
The reformers pay very little taxes so they
don t care, but can you, Mr. Property
Owner, or Business Man, afford it?
If not, vote for Sellers and the other Demo
Today's Live News of the Sunshine State
RICH HAUL AT
A flTERESTIfiG IRK
BY GRANT COUNTY
P S C AIIS
Thousand Hollar Worth of
Sample Knives and Cuttleryj
Stolen from Home of Trav
eling Salesman. ...
Program for County Medical
Institute this Year Contains
Subjects of Wide Interest
special rerreeeaee te the Ileralitl
Koswoll. N. M . March i Hcverul
roljborli have been committed the
ul three months within th c-iiy.
tiut only a few dollars were gotten
by the robbers. Hut Friday night
the thieves und robbers look a ''
turn n their actions, uml got over a
thousand dollar' worth of stuff from
II. KgKleston. SUU North Michigan
uvenue, who travels out of tins ell
for the Keen Kultvr people ot Hi.
Th robbers knew vtint they were
about ami planned a rue lit when the
people would be awuv from home-
not only the Kgsleslotis, (nil the
whole neighborhood. It was tlx"
IilKlil of th l.rlf.- fight, the ward
primaries, and while the nun folk
were away trom homo the ludy mem.
bora of the fatrsillt would be at Ihe
picture hw. The plan worked,
1r, Egrloston hud two "drum
mcr'" sampl trunk, and h sample
case In hia bum. They were filled wllh
no -J knives that would wholesale at
til to 121 a dor.en, beside ease
knives and forka and rasora, etc.
The rubber (U ls thought tluit there
muHt have been more than two)
broke Into the barn, took the trunks
some three block awuy, and Willi a
rock amaahed a hole In the trunks
uml carried off the valuables. The
losa Is mors than I1.0U0.
The trunks and the suit cae are
The sheriffs force and the police
foive were on the trail a tew niln
uid alter the discovery of the tub
ui-ry and are ou a but clue.
lesierday some of the case knives
nr found, home were under a
bridge and soma hud been stored ,n
the old lie plant m the west end ot
town. Tht'Mi were found by some
kids that were prowling aiound.
STAKING OIL CLAIMS
ABOUND FARMING TON
BANK OF DAYTON
WILL BE MOVED TO
ARTESIA AT ONCE
FOR EGG DEALERS
Maxwell. N. M., March 2s Thi.i
looks like a very prosperous year
lor fnrmern on the Mnxwell Irrigated
Ijtnd company' ' project. The iniiln
ultchea nru running full and there
la more water In the slornse I, ike
Ihtm ever before nt this canon. An
abundance of water for all seanon
Irrigation In insured.
HprniK plowing Is In full awing.
HprlnR wheat looks better every tin v
and it first duns i'Mi ! assured1.
AlfiiUu Is KhunliK green and In shel
tered pIiii'cr la getting n uimil start.
Muxw'ii Is shlppltm buy In ear-
loud lota, due to the ilemnnd for
the home grown article earlier In
the year nnd the Ini-reane III f cc dills"
and dnlryliiK hereahoiits.
HiKliiiiiiin the firm Kundny In
April oil stores In Maxwell will ho
cloned n Kuinbiy. The flrHt store
opened here eontalned the postol
tlre. and the habit of keeping open
store Humbiy morning o the people
(on Id get their mall, was followed na
other etoree were opened. Now nil
tores inuiit clone all day on the Piib-
HILL RE-ELECTED TO
f Speelal rerreeeaM ta Ike Iterate 1
Koswell. N. M., .March Jn.W. tl.
Hall bus been re.eloi'led nuperlil
l nilent of the lloavvell city school
by tho uninlinous vote of the clly
The election thin time was for .1
period of three yearn, next year the
ralary lo he l ill preieMil, I J . 4 111).
Tho year IDlj-ls he Is to re elve
ten per cent Inrrc.ixc, and !he fol
lowing i-iir n Himllar rftlw. The re
election meets with the hearty up-
It Is Iiiki linnnriant that men shoul'l
knew of in4,Tflrv ni'ihita In sdranre of
miTiherlKH.il. The mifrtTine. pain sail ll
trrrni Ineldimt tn rtilld twiirlii can I"1 enlly
arolrt.rt .r having at baud a battle ftf
Tbls la a wonderful, penetrating, exter
nal atiplliatiiin that roii.-vra all tiiil..i
upon the num. lo. unit m lili lli-m tneiint
wlili. .nt the iiiiful airaln upon the llra
menta. Tliui thi're la arolilnl all thie m-r-vti
iricllii ; the ti'itdnnrv to naimra or morn
ing li ktieaa la eonnn-ractrd, and a hrlirht.
Sunnr. happv dlHp.mltlun N prenrvd IhnC
r-fWts wondi-rfioly up.n ttte rliaraclpr and
ti ni rnim-tit nf the llitl one Hin to mi't
Ita rfm In hewilrti-rnn-nt at the Je of his
arrival. Ymi rn obtain a botil nf
Mnthrr'a IVP-nd" at an drug ao.re as
t.PO, and It will he the h.t dollar' worth
ymi ever nbtnlmd. It pr'er the tii..lli
er's lialih, enahlre her to make s quli
snd mnitdeta recovery, snd thus wllh ri
Hewed airi-ngth " will eaff"rly di vote
berwif to the care and attention wlili a
nnu so miii'b to the welfare of th rlillik,
Write to the llrmlil.lil K'giilnter Co., t."A
l.amar Hblg . Atlnnia. la., for tln-lr valu
able "int lliatruetlve book of rililntl.-. f.,
iHMinnt uiothi'ra. titt a bolUs of Uola
v s trkod tv-iUj,
proxal of the people of Roawell iind
la a dietini't r-conll ion of his el pen
ill d acrvlcca In the first year of his
The only other matter of business
transacted Inst niulil whs the grant
ing of the privilege to Hnperintend
cut Hull to teach in the summer
iioi'iiiul here this year. Thla waa
It'i'iimnii'iiili'tl bv County Huperln
tomlcnt C. C. ll'll nntl the board felt
that his experience w;n teachers In
the piiHt would ioni c hU aervlces In
the normal uIiiion! Inilinieiiaiilile.
IIRMIY'S MIM:Mil KS. I'liona 3.
KuiniitiRtoii, N. M., lorh J I. The
lime limit on hundrcda of oil loca
tions III tho MeutloWM district, where
all was struck a little over a year
ago, expired the llixl ot thia month
and It la repotted I hut tituilu Ke and
Albutueriua poinua have ouP-tly re
slakrd these explicd I'hilina. The &n
Juua I'-usin "il roiiipaiiy, which bus
a flue big rig on It b' ml went of the
llrel oil strike, la soul to be slmoat
ready lo reaunie drilling operation.
A water weil wee drilled some tune
ago and eiiosiuh work dtoie to hold
the compunya claims. Tim staking
of the old ilalmi is laken to mean
that actual il'IIMig vpeiations
(Hit bvfura K-itg.
rSgeelal .erreaeaeee te Ike tlrralg)
Silver t'lty, N. M , March .HI The
promuin ot the ilrunl foiinty Med
ical society for this year rmituina
papers of more th. in iihuiiI Interi'Ht
and it is Pot likely that a similar ao-
cn lv. oolMido of medical renters, cun
match the papers either for excel
lence or llterury style. The mevtlnga
of tho society are held oil the luxt
Friday of euch month unit nllernute
between the Chamber of I'ommerce
biilldniK. Milver City anil Kurt Hay
nrd. n uccount of the large num
her of physlciuns engaged in the e
cnil eliitly of iiilieiculoMis, papers on
Hum subject predominate.
Following are some of the papers
to be presented at mei'tliiga oi the
The IHngnosIa of the Ago of the
Lesions of J'uluionury Tiiberculoaia,'
Col. liuoige K. Kushnell, Fort Uuy
"X-Itny In Tuberculosis," Cuptuln
J. l. Walkup, Fort ll.iyiird.
"lilooit Vessel iurerJ,' Cuptaln
II. J.oVHik. Fort llnjaltl.
" jubercuiin," ill two paper, tT.
svld Twn hcll. shsik late physl
cia.i, New Mexlcu Cotluge suuatoriuin.
"l'iiin in Pulmonary Tuberculosis,
Especially Thoruciu I'wiu," lr.
vli, Fort Hu)urd.
"Albuminous pulum In Tubercu
losis," Ctl't.tln (.'uliciider. Fort JJsy
Composition pf the I'roteid Mole-eule-ii)
iiiheem," second paper, Ur.
fe.ui'1 pl.l4llo nullock, pliu iiin-m-thief
New Mexico Cottage sunulorl
um, Silver City.
"T)phus Fever," I jr. I. I. I.ocwy,
County health ofliret, rillver City.
"Ainelha Method In Tu hercn losls,"
Cuptuln llolinlierg, Fort Hayard.
'Aptiul lniona In Tuberculuss,"
Captain Kiiina, Fort Hayuid,
' Army ll)t' lie' Ur. ei. A. MIIH
ken, surgeon general. National guard
of Now Mexico, Mlver City.
Ke, Fair, None hinl 'lhroal." lr.
tl K. Ansie, KlUer City.
"Itlood I'reasuro in TtibereuloMis,
I'hiiMs ot the Hiiliject," lira, hunt
snd I'oiist, Fort liaurd.
"I'rimury lo no nua," tr. W. Mac
Iike, hilur Clt.
The irlll.-em of the society are:
I'reMilent, lir. W. M.it Lake; Mce
premileut. lir. Karl hpiuaue Htiilock;
at i ii tin y -treasurer, lir. 1. II. l.oew,
ill 1. Kate, lo Hie ettitu xtit leiy. )r. II.
T. llvde, lliedlcul tlllectol M Jom ph's
inioiiioi i it in . Cuptuln hurl II. In una,
M. C, t . rl. A.
(fgeelel rerreepeajeeiee the Herald
Arlesla. N. M, .March 2S. An-
tliiuin t'lni'iil was made this Week Hint
tho Hunk of iniMon. one of Hie had
ing Institutions of Hayton would
move to Artesiu na soon us suitable
office urruuKcmenta could he made.
Cuming us it did so Noon alter the
consolidulion of the Hank of Artesiu
with the First National Hank of this
city the announcement caused eon
slileraole surprise among tho finan
ciers of Artexin und this part of thu
The hunk of Pnylon has been
tiihhshcd utioui nine yeurs nnd has
always had a good share of the bus
Ineas of the valley. It has a capital
stock of 115.0UU fully paid und is ol
llcered by somn of the best biisini ss
men of the valley.
Although Artesia and vicinity waa
vlalted by a wind and sand storm
Wednesday night that made people
keep to the Inside of their houxes,
there was very lull damage report
ed, beyond ti e blowing away of a
few loose articles. The most serious
damage done by the storm wus tne
wrecking of a barn belonging to .1.
Met". Hcflln on th I'enus'-o. The
ititrn was constructed of sheet Iron
ami was wrecked beyond repair. The
l amounts to about tlOU.
The firm dust spray to be used In
the vicinity or Artesla was received
this week by K. I. Allen. The spray
Is muttufai lured by the Dust Spr.ty
M.inulb" tut lug company of Kunaua
Clly. It la i lalnied that treea can be
sprays 4 much cheaper by H'e use of
this machine than by the liquid ma
chine as less arsenic of lead ia used
und more chloride.
Arsenic of lead costs about ten
rente per pound, while chloride ot
lime which takes Us place costs only
about three cents per puunu. It Is
expected that a number of machines
will he sold around Arlesla within lilt:
When baby differs with croup,
rpply und give lr. Thomas' Klectric
ul at once. Hufu lor children. A
Utile goes a long wuy. i'av und ilic.
At all diug stores.
Albuquerque Foundary and
aUigtwr-ra I uuuOefs MsciiinlH
Casting la Iron
striugn i.r u few form.
voru aMt1 Of '1 t hoM- w li-ii
Btrr iiHcful in f.for
Of Mrs. CLappen, of FItc Years'
Kludlnf, Reliefer hj Car uL
Ml. Airy. N. C Mrs. Sarah M. Char
red of this town, says: "I sultrrci! tor
five years will! womanly troubles. ftM
slomacli troubles, anJ my tiuniklpncul
as more than any one could Itll.
I tried niiwt every kind of medicine,
but none did me any good.
I read one day about Cardui, the wo
man's tome, and I decided to try it. I
had not taken but gtx,ut ur. bodies until
I was aimiist cured. It did me mmi
Rood than all the oilier medicines 1 bad
Inert, put together.
My friends bet;an asktne me why I
looked so well, and I lend ihem abodt
Cardui. Several are now taking it."
Do you, lady reader, sufler from finy
Of the ailments due to womanly trouble,
such as headache, backache, sidtache.
elrcplrssnehS, and that everlastingly tired
If so. let us urge you to give Cardui a
tiial, NV e feel confident il will help you,
tusi as it has a niiiiion oilier women in
lie pat halt century.
f 4. II tUI
lie;;iis taking Cardui to-day. You
won't refiicl it AU druggists.
MVitr. Chstianeaea Mt:irt Co , LsdiW
A'towiy Ci4 . dcii'ns. litn, fur
imU'M. Im.1 Qi .QUI SS IA. . hiM.li M'.n..
I'nder tiesuusHikg imh.' a im iaw. N.6. !
CURRENT AT ONCE
(Special rr reepee geaee t the lleralg)
Alnmogordo, N. M , March XS.
Pol. W. It. F.nlnon, who recently pur
chused at foieelosure sale the plant
of the Alamoeordo l'ower company,
has Jiixt completed plans for the re
building of the entlrt plant. New
und modern electrical machinery will
replace the prison! steam plant, nnd,
when the liniuoxemeiits are complet
ed. Hie company will he In ptootioii
to fiiiuiMli power nt a substantially
cheaper rate than Is now charged.
i iji account of the almost prohlbi
live i ot of current its use Is con
lined almost entirely to lishl pur
pones and only a twelve-hour scrvii
is maintained. The rate makes il
practii allv out of tho iiii'lon to use
elei'trli ity for pumping for Irrigtion.
Colonel Kiilson says his present be
lief Is (hut the new plant will make
piouMlilo a rate of three cents a kilo
watt for current that is used for
( Ity Ticket iinoiiin-l.
Mayor J. II. Mi lUe, Trustees
Alonr.0 .1. Iluck, Jacob Snover,
Charles F. 1'ilnce and (leorse M.
Tower, and Uucnrdcr John H. I'e
Mier, all have announced that they
will be candidates for re-election
Since tho saloon wrangle has been
disposed of In a way tbn Indicates a
complete victory for the board of
trustees, il is likely that the people
will return the present oltlcers by
large majority. In fact, there has
been ho organised effort to put an
other ticket into the field.
Somn Fruit Kill1
The best report upon the condi
tion of the fruit crop are aomcwhut
conllictinK. It appears lo be certain
that some of the fruit In and around
AlamoKordo w-ia killed by the cold
snap hiBt week hut no accurate report
can be made fu rsome weeks yet. If
no more cold follows, there will he
pretty fair crop of fruit to gather.
Idaho Man Itoys ItJtiicii.
V. It. I'reveite. who reecntlv mine
to Alumogordo from the state ot
Idaho, has bought the riitiniinsnmeni
and the improvements on Mrs.J.
Imnn's deeeri claim, northwest ol
lovin. Tho prlc paid was not mud
Mr. I'revette came to Alamogor'Jo
proKpecitug about two weeks ago. Ho
looked over Hie II-Id and secured
prices. Then h went lo look ovr
some of the other district w hit il
haw. been h.i widely advertised. He
reitirneil lo Alamogordo and slaked
his taith on the future growth of this
valley. ! be will not merely wan
for the valley lo grow he will work
to help make ihe valley grow.
litem county proposes to refund
Hii.tiioi In outstanding county bonds.
The bi.ttd are divided Into two In-tieU,
one of 2.. 'inn and the other of IJ.aUO.
The bonds now draw S per cenl impr
est, and since they can lie placed ut
par at 4 4 per cent Interest, thus ef
e ling a saving of ll'i" )'r '
Interest charges, It la euppo.ed to re
fund them. As the stale most besr
the expense of rfeunding. the county
noon. ikk eta will Insist on the re
fund. A campaign for an earlier season
has been started st Cloudt roll and
scores of encouraging letters have
been received wishing Ihal tales wt..
be put on eiirlv, and many who have
been coming tn Cloudcrofl in Juno
state that they will come this year
ill May. .
The Business Men's club or Tu
larosa has Inaugurated a publicity
csmptiign to acquaint prospective set.
Hera with some of the many advant
ages of eetttiug in that community.
Phon S. Red Kara, 111 W. Coppee
for first -c!m hack! u4 carriage
W l Trimble Co.
Molrose, X. M., March . Mel
rose farmers are selling from lli to
I. "u cases of eggs per week and moil
or these are shipped to the western
pari of the stale, IC1 t'aso and lien
er markets, w here there la a splen
did demand for ekss from tho Mel
rose l oiiiitry. Chosiderlng Hist large
quantities of eggs are consumed ai
home it is iUlt evident that Melrose
Is a center for egg production as well
us dairy products.
Approximately 'J00 doxen eggs wcte
brought to Melrose the lust day ot
February. This was almost. II. Will
eggs; pretty good business for one
day, although there have been bet
ter tla a since. And, too, hundrels
of eggs are being "set"' In Incubators
und under hens, thus materially les
sening the visible supply.
That Interest . Is growing In the
poultry Indiolry Is evidenced by the
Itici of much Ihorouahl red slock be
ing shipped in and Incubators mutlo
lo lake the .lu of tne silling hen
to halt h early chicken for the mar
ket at fancy prices.
The country around McAllster
post olll-e. 2.1 miles northwest of Mel
roee, which Is the recognised wheal
growing section of eastern New Mex
ico, has a larger acreage this year
thii.i ever before, both of fall and
Bluing wheat, and the crop la show
ing up well with Ihe best (rowing
conditions ever before known In thit
section. A record yield is expecieu
for this Season.
Approximately 20 enra of wheal
was grown In this section last year,
ten cars of which Vint old and ship
ped from Melrose, the balance being
distributed In one and two cur lots
from near-by towns.
The McAllister community la also a
heavy cream producing center "lid
the dairy industry ia extending rap
idly. Itoniaiiil I 'r tatml IiKi-casr.
The demand for eastern New Mex
ico hind has shown a remarkable In
crease during the past St) days. In
dication throughout the country ol
an increased prosperity among farm
ers and stockmen aa well aa dairy
men la having thia effect on the out
side world according to those who nro
In a position to know.
TOUT SUMHER PROPOSES
TO DO SOHE REFORMING
Tlie lllne (iimwo Mom lliilld a I cinf
In Front of llMdf ami Keep
)fl the Hrnt.
Try HERALD Want Ads, they
fSiaeelal rerreeaweeaee t Ik freral!
Fort Sumner, N. M., March t.
The Fort Humner Commercial club
hns undertaken lo do a little reform
ing and haa appointed a special re
form committee. This committee
among other things is instructed to
break up a gang of hilarious youths
who linger bite on the ireet and
uroiind the saloon, making night me
lodious. It la charged with the duty
of keeping Inhabitants of the "I'lne
Otiose" resort olT the streets, to have
a fence built in front of aaid louse
and lo keep minor from frequent
An attempt waa made early Wed
nesday morning to burn a small two-
room frame house owned by Mrs. M
A. Itooney on flxth street, und occu
pied by a man numed I-owhotne, who
wa asleep In the house at the time.
Low home guy he heard steps outside
end soon after saw a flame. The blase
had been at ..lied with coal oil.
Vean farmers are Inter wted In Ihe
result of extensive exierltiienlHl
planting In that aeclion of Ihe gov
ernment' new drouth realsting lor
age plant, feterila, which hue been
done In that set lion thia spring.
FROST DOES DAMAGE
IN IIILLSC0R0 DISTRICT
feeeal rerrespeedeaee te Ike Herald)
111111. olo N, M., .M,.n n r de
port coming in to lltllslioro from
His amull onhsrila hereabouts stain
that th fro l of the post few iilgbtg
SERVICE AND SOLIDITY
The Banking Requisites
THE satisfactory bank-the only bank which
can be of real benefit to the business pub
licis that which, while assuring absolute se
curity, is prepared to give expert 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.
Your account is solicited.
State National Bank
OF ALBUQUERQUE, N. K.
-- j '-' 'i5"2,v 's'v5'm$-v,'S,v
ALBUQUERQUE TO SANTA FE
Beginning Sunday, March 15th and every day
thereafter cars will leave garage at 7 a. m. sharp,
arriving at Santa Fe 11a. m. Leave Santa Fe 3 p. xu.
arrive Albuquerque 7 p. m.
Fare one way $100, round trip tickets good for
10 days $7.50. Hand baggage only carried free.
BUTLER AUTO CO.
Fifth and Copper 1
Special Anto Livery Service to aiy Tlace at any llour