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THE E7EITINO HERALD, AIBUaULUQUE, N. II., FRIDAY. APRIL 3, 1914.
Aztec Fuel Co.
( Gallup Stove Coal
L Cleanest Coil In
W Hi P LWS
MARCUS P. SAWTELLE
Office & Carpenter Shop
211 West Oold
Nitl l o Itrh'k tor Sale,
PROGRAM FOR THE
OF THURSDAY CLUB
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'UW-' AMI SUIMIIIN'.
(tin i i s
A. J. MALOY
CRIMES IN ST. LOUIS
ARE DOUBLED WHEN
VICE ZONE IS SHUT
(TVIriiiiin frmn St. I. out to ihe len
wr 1'oM of V i :lli ml.ty. April I'M. I
HI. I.oiiiri, Atlil I. Ctiiiii'M litfiiliihl
wotiii n h;i lix f iirtcil aliuoHt loo per
i t.t In it. I,mii Hi'Hi- tit bonril t
l-i.iii i itiiioihJtoio r i month nK
a hulth-l the wKr'K.iii (I vht fiinrtir
h'iiif th rMoitH 1,11'iin v?iuf
n i-rn H !, rum ;l i i nt n hnvu Ijim U
(miiix In Troin nl' imrti ir lh rlty
that lhi foimr Hnii t-M of hi kiki
k..t J iii.irtir ! lit .I'lii.tr th r i
ilrin' nnil liuw.rii pitrlH of town.
I'i'lit-ff lniMilK;ttioii him iltf' IowmI
thfit iniiny uimn uiv iiw firm in
ntunlrurttiK u'ul itutKiuiKc jmrlnn. Adv.
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! 2nd and Copper. -ik
This is not a secret session of the city coun
cil; this campaign. This is the lime when you
learn what has been happening to you dur
ing the past two years while our city govern
ment has been engaged in promoting a sale of
the water works to the city, and looking after
the prosperity of the RED LIGHT district.
We have told you in these statements during
the past few days what are the real, vital, all
important issues of this campaign.
One is DECENCY. '
Another is the WATER QUESTION.
The third is MANAGEMENT of YOUR CITY
and the WAY YOUR MONEY is SPENT.
We believe youv minds are made up in favor
We do not believe you want to elect the man
who is committed to the BONDING of YOUR
CITY for $750,005 for the PURCHASE of the
We want you to know more about what has
happened to your finances-how your city has
been mismanaged in those carefully guarded
secret sessions of the city council during the past
We have manpcd to extract considerable in
formation about what really happened behind
the council's locked 'doors where your business
was transacted in secret and without your
knowledge, or consent.
We want you to know what we knowthe
facts and details. Therefore we have arranged
for j a
MEETINGS IN EACH OF
THE FOUR WARDS
These meetings will be held in
the school buildings and will
begin promptly at 7:45
They will not be long meet
ings. But they will be mighty
At these four meetings men who ENOW will
tell you the facts about the RED LIGHT.
THE FACTS about the threatening water
THE FACTS abcut your taxes and the use to
which your hard earned money has been put.
Go to the School Building in Your
Ward Tonight. It is for your interest,
the intesest of your pockelbooh, to he
Following are the meeting places, and the
FIRST WARD -First Ward School.
Speakers- Judge Edward A. Mann, Thomas
N. Wilkerson, J. A. Miller.
Second Ward Second Ward School.
Speakers Francis E. Wood, Felix Baca,
John W. Wilson.
Third Ward-Central school.
Sneakers M.E. Hickey, A. B. Stroup, John
. Fourth Ward -Fourth Ward School.
Speakers George S. Klock, George R.
Craig, John Venable.
Go to the meeting in your ward and
get the facts. Do this and you will
vote the republican ticket.
The ladies are invited.
Will Disappear if you wear the Celebrated
Lord & Taylor "Onyx" Hosiery
Wearing quality, one of the most important features of hosiery, can on
ly be depended on in the Guaranteed "Onyx" Hosiery. The fit and
shape of this brand is pronounced faultless stability, reputation and
merit, are not gained in a day. Thirty years of hosiery building has
placed it as the foremost American Hose.
The "New Pointed Keel" is found only in the "Onyx Hosiery." It replaces the old unsightly square splicing;
gives a slim, graceful and elegant appearance to the ankle, and retains all the advantages of the reinforcement.
This new style comes in black, white and all colors, the weaving being a soft even lisle thread. Its the greatest
half dollar hose ever shown.
Many demand a good pure silk thread hose at a dollar. To meet this demand the manufacturer of Onyx hos
iery have placed on the market a strong, durable, fine thread silk hose in blacks and all colors. That is the great
est silk hose bargain ever offered. A better pair for the money cannot be found. It meets the requirements of
those who are judges of silk hosiery, and wins the approval of all who have tried them. Have your next hose bear
the Onyx label.
We are featuring a tpecial heavy weipht silk hose at a half dollar that's selling very rapidly. It's a heavy
thread, pure silk hose. It has style and wearing quality combined. Its the greatest hblf dollar hose on the market.
Our men's Onyx hose itock comprises all the spring weights and colors priced fiom twenty-five cents to two
dollars. Men that demand fit and style in hosiery are v.re to find what they want from our large showing.
WhereQuahty RQlSENWA ILB'3 "'here Quality
Metts Price THE, "ONYX" STORE
in . I inn .iii in i .im. minim mi mi i ylumwn.lL. mi irni iiiii m I m inuiiiiii iy)Ma i I lh. mill .1 ii.i . .1 n n II m in ni.1i.iM m'
111.11 ..in i.i. .1. .i, tiii'-i - jir-
( hil(lr-n' fi-cn rxt'iirfiliin. Urphoiini.
Radishes, Green Onions,
Lettuce, Asparagus, Spin
ach, Rhubarb, Cauliflow
er, Tomatoes, Peas, Cel-1
Grape Fruit, Apples, Ba
nanas, Oranges and Tan
gerines. Home ranch Eggs 2
dozens for 45c
In the Meat
Extra fancy Beef, Pork,
Mutton and home dress
One telephone call
brings it all.
11. L. IIIIJ1IS
109-111 North Second St.
Fhones 41 and 521.
Mexican Army Is
Hundred Men led by Jesus
Martinez Fed Today in
Pueblo Colorado and Start
ed Toward Border
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Mi'XIiiiii urinv of lli unni
iliy.'it liuml.'.l toK. uuT hire,
wan f?(j In (rout ol ihi- i lly hull
tty tht county (MiinrtilHufomTii
Hun ulU'rnoun anil HlrieiJ
1 1 it way to I lid .McxK u. Th
iriny n n in lit rx nidi thun 10l
min. JeUM Mrlliirft. a form
er track walker, n lh.) leuil.r
nt Oi iirRuiilxiiiliin.
Thu uniniiiluviil army I.
ruliipoKed ol MiKirulm who
havx liven living In the local
ill xii an cunoly. Th y ure re
turning to their own country
In m i k employment. havuiM no
muru work here.
KANSAS CITY WOMAN
STORY OF ASSAULT w- ivk. cmr. r..u m
v w-w luy. Cure. Orlp In Two Imyn
Kantian I'lty. April J Mr. (Tor-'
Only On 'ItltoMO tI iK"
That lx l.AXATIVK HHOMO yl'l
NINK. I.ink for th purrumr.. of K.
CRIMES IN ST. LOUIS
ARE DOUBLED WHEN
i' VICE ZONE IS SHUT
(TnleErvm from Ht. I.ouIh In the I.
vp l"nt of Weilnemluy, A II ll.l
Ht. Liiul., April I. i'rline. mIiiI
women hal t Inn " .inert Mlmoxt 1l per
rut in xt. I.oiii mine til it tioiinl ol
olic. commiioiiei. u month affo
ulmithhe'J tlui ncKn Kuleil vti'e iUHrter.
rimcn Him ruitoilii on I.u;i wvenue
fter cloned, complaint have lii-en
voniinv in front hII .art. of the city
hut tlm fitimer Ininatnii of the mii.
Hated quarter are Imaging tho teil
uetirtf hihI hUMtni'Hx purlH of town.
I'iiUc o InveHtlHutlon IlilM lli loneU
that many womi-n are tiow iii'lhp In
inanii'urinif untl inaHnuiio pHrlorn. Adv.
20 pounds (M nf)
IN II:. nf hiip htiuiir $1,110
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lt Mn anil n't our rlv ll4 for a
full It- of ln l e tn mi Imh iiialll)
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I.imkIm. hxl'lim. I ixl.'l wear. It "
l.o on tlit u I. x' iJinli'r KuliM we
lutta for Iw'vk.
till li mI ,K III VH Mtllti: AT
tlO-SIS Root fi fvi'ond Ktrrct.
Miomt AO I.
ALL f.CKl)a lilUUHW
trnd Hhltller. at the irliil uf Vli- Ciier
liiKor today, lold n retoiiinic rtory of
helnc lured to a downtown rooinliiK
hoiiae on the ufternoun l March
and Hitaiked liv nix men. (iurrinn-r
la charKi-d with partn Ipatlng In tha
Mra. Khldler Inhl her .tory In utrnn
modli' whlnpera hroken hy mha. mly
thi Jury, tha JucIkc, Ihn pi..w-Miioi
and two atioriieH could h.-ar her
worda. When the crowd of e. lalorn
Kot on arata and atrove to puh doner
tha action l.roiitiht u reliuke from tin
court. When ut the open.nn of Mra.
Shldler'a morv the nitorn.-y for lha
defeitHf. Milked the court to make the
woman apcuk louder, the court, nn
"1 ahall not make her "peak loud
er. iet up climcr If you want t
Attorney rnld the wilncna told otic
of the iiiokI horrilde rime, ever 1h
ncrlbed In a court room.
Iiurlnn Xlra. Khldler' teatlninny
(luerinMer, w ho tihe nii Lwil of hein4
tha moat nicrcilcxa of her tormentor,
aat UH.tloiil.'.Ha. iwiiiinK hia thumb,
und Ktunritf atrndlly ut the wltnea.
Katmax f it;-. Apul J Women, un
ion a il to nhow good rpiimm for bn-
i H there, werr today t xi hided from
the trial of Vic tH-erinuer. one of tho
Mix men cli'.ru.-d with attacking- Mr
Oertrtide Mi Idler, a nurse, at 1 22 1
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WA.VTKIi A youna man to ilu Imlil
work on lunch counter fur hla
board and room. Urn ham ilio. Cate. .and lk. no other,
MI ST i(i:i.ii:vic IT.
VH" Well Hiiouh ASbuiUtriiA IVx
ilo Tell It K I'lululy.
Vhen public rndororment I. mada
hy a n pri i nlalivn rlllcea of Albil
Mueniua the proof la poaltlva. Vuu
niunt hi lleve It. Head Ihl le.tlmonr.
Kvery culferer nf kidney bai lui. Ii .
evory man. woman or child with kid
ney trouble, will do well to read tho
A. W. Ilnmhrnok. 05 South I'n.kd
way. AlbiKiuerqtie, N. M., wyr 't
waa Kreatiy troubled with pulna In tha
una II of my back and In my allien.
The kidney Secretions were unriuti.l..l
and at times painful. 1 had often tin
tired iMiaii'a Kidney Pill recommend
ed by local people and I got a i pplv.
At firat they helped ma and my kid
ney, were strengthened. I soon fi-'t
better In every way. PI nee then,
whenever my kidney, have bothered
me. I have used laian'a Kidney fill
and they have never felled to help
For sala hy all dealers. I'rie r.U
rent. KoHler-Mllburn Co.. Iliiffn'.i.
New Tork, sole agents mr tha t'tilied
Itemember tha name Ijooii's
"W. (HI B.
Fashioned for a Bare Foot Boy
Are easy running, simple in construction, result-
I ing in less parts to get out of order.
CUTTING BLADES of REAPER
i KNIFE STEEL CRUCIBLE
Grade of special analysis, designed to resist the
friction of hard usage. Self sharpening, clean and
"W. & B." Lawn Mowers nearest being ideal mow-
ers-the kind you need on your lawn. Many styles
; ana sizes
115-117 N. First Street
( A rtv-rtlptnnt.