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Tni EVENING ITXRALD, ALBUQUXftQUX, g. II.. MONDAY, APRIL 6, 1914.
Alfredo Chavez to be Tried for
Murder of Aged Merchant
at Puerto Cito last Feb-
CASES AGAINST FORMER
COUNTY OFFICIALS UP
Men charged with Grafting
and Improper Use of Funds
and County Property to be
Heard this Week.
(aeel fttwmM ! Ik Herald
Hmoiru, .V M , April i. The petit
Jut) uf the March term of district
'urt here, hua been in acsslon for
week and during thai tun has irled
hie rum, Jl these three tre cuii
v n itons, uiu' resulted In uiijuiit.il and
iti utie taw the slat muted tu dis
ii. when ll nai found tti.it thort
mi u variance, in the proof. In ud
lii. i. ti six lues plead guilty.
The llrnt t'uaa Incd wu Htate Va.
ii liia fur assault with at deadly
we., pun. lliay hud hud a, dispute, witn
t'lu.ig Cruviulinl, a aluoi.keept:r 't
Isilly. over pay (..r gome u.'ik dutiv
by liny. He triou to collect It with
a icvolver. Ila .ia found guilty.
In the case aitiiiai John Apoil.ua
fur killing m rv', i luiiilr.ii lu Ham
1 1, ili', nil the plains "! uf Mugd.t
h hit the July brought In n verdict of
Mii.li ill spite .f th Cm 1 that Apn
nui.i ui'i'tattd tu have itiuiiy Inrlucn
I nil li niula on both aidi "f the poll: -
li ul If Hi I.
In tht' case against I'ablo (Sard a
Veidii i ul gum) fur luncny ul
homo wag brought on Friday.
"I'll oaw against Miixtmlnrio (iili i
fur killing cuttle bcl'.ngnig tu John
W. I ., hlii wu u it-. I Kulurdas.
I.j i. uk lit a urprle. Th chief wu
nee fur the stale. .lupin lu lial.ia.il,
urrolcd by Hhcllft James, lliiluo-
T. K. TAMIH. M. I.
Kin, jr. .Vswt ami Tlinatl.
Capital City Hank HuilJinK.
I'linn li-J. Hulilii Fe. N. M.
lust fru jV.uroM.
Citizens of Albuquerque
A Vile Fraud About
to Be Perpetrated
OVED TWO HUNDRED NAMES WERE REGISTER
ED AT THE LAST MINUTE SATURDAY NIGHT IN EACH
THE FIRST AND SECOND WARDS.
MANY OF THESE MEN ARE KNOWN TO BE JESUS
ROMERO'S SUPPORTERS TROM OLD TOWN, ATRISCO,
UARELA3 AND ALAMEDA.
IT IS NOW STATED JESUS ROMERO INTENDS
PLACING A LARGE NUMBER OF DEPUTY SHERIFFS AT
THE FIRST AND SECOND WARD POLLING PLACES.
THE SHERirF ABSOLUTELY HAS NO RIGHT TO
INTERFERE IN A CITY ELECTION. WILL THE PEO
PLE OF ALBUQUERQUE STAND FOR SUCH HIGH
HANDED PROCEDURE? LAY ASIDE YOUR PARTY
PREJUDICE AND FORESTALL THE ATTEMPT OF JESUS
ROMERO TO CONTROL OUR CITY AFFAIRS.
HE IS ONLY HIDING BEHIND BOATRIGHT AND
WILLIAMS AND USING THEIR ISSUES FOR HIS OWN
NO GREATER CALAMITY COULD BEFALL THE
CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE.
It's Life or Death to Jesus Romero's
Vote for Sellers and the Other Democratic
Nominees-Do It For Albuquerque
dlutoly after giving his testimony In
chief, ii a it fugitive from Justice. The
ili-rciiH.1 learned of this nriil recall, 'i
hi in mill brought nut thill ho had been
sent m the state penitentiary fur lur
i ny of n horse anil hud m. aiml froni
the roltd gang ul San Man ml. ' .
comm. the Jury brought In u Midi I
of nut guilty.
ThlM. however, did nut help the do
fell. I a nt tiricgi, fur he wu id otun re
urrcntcd nt the ri-.innt of the MicrilT
of Apui'hu county, Arinuna, where ha
ia wunli'd for cuttle or horne plciillnff.
Thoae thut li-itd iiillty were ('. W.
Mulhcrii cli.im. d with curryltiK run.
cmlt'd wcHpona, hu w fined and
hen 'cut' MiiaiH'tided iih It Hiii'Hrt'd
that he hud lifted In (noil faith. Kit.
Mo I'ino plead KuUty tu paaMiiil
uorthli-aa check. UHf.nl lilvcra nd
nutted a (hurtle of aaauult with 'll
tent t" i I t) committed on it wmn m
of douhtful li :i in el i' r. Crispin liar
'la .lad Kuilty to a ihurite of hnrw
i. uIIiik: a man named Ihnlaon udr?ir.
led it iluirne of currying lohcealed
weupona, und Frank Craviotnil th4
Kcliy ial. mil keeper plead uuilty tu un
ml.. i iiiatioii i hui ilr.ji him with con
ducting a poker Kami'. Ho tut fined
fifty dollar, and umli.
Miinlcr aae Wivk.
Thia week the court will tiik up
the, cum HKuliiHt Alfredit Chuveit, in -ruaed
(if the murder of an old mer
chant, ('Hnimiro Hum, n ur Puerto
("Itii lute In February. Then there
will he a hi ho malum Jiin-a , Kelly
fur killing Im i f heloiiKlng to Mutt
toya, und flnully the cams iiaatnat K
II Sweet und otlu r ex-county mil. laU
win. h gieit out of the examination M
Socorro tuiiniy huuka tiy Aealatant
Tlavilliia Auditor Oullfoil ihu yea t
Hgu. The lililli ttliefita ugailial tliei
tn en Were thrown otil on a ti bin. i
lt iv In n tiny were llrnt l.ruiivhl In at
Mm Septeuilier 1 1 r III I9ii, hill tin!
laat g'alid Jury found new liiilielnieitia
and thi'M will come tu trial. II. .M
liotigherty und .Itidtio K. A. Mann
have been retained by the dcfi-tine.
Tliey have wi l.ir llled one dimuii T
tu one of the Indictment ami Una
will us a IK iled before the cuacs cum"
; In irlul.
A iiuinlxT of inaea huve been el
'for irlul early In June until vvhi'h
I time the prcai nt teltii will be evteiid'
ed by Hit adjournment of court ill
tii.il of I li. rem in Hill vvh i was
In. UK hi li.uk I rum Juarea tome Line
ago, auine aheep Mealing mm. and
one or two olhera In whi h Kl'egu
liaiu la cuunael fur the dcfi-iibe. Tlia
reaaen aNnixm J by Mr. I!u-u for ask
l ii k for th ia nil lug waa thut he had
been aire aen with a illicitae of hi
teeth which had loosened them an a
tu make It almost Impossilile for him
hi. n tu deliver an addreaa tu u Jury 'n
ll.o proper atyle.
Tn Insure the bluing being evenly
dialiibuled In muking blue liiiae water
lur cK.thes, add a llttl sail lu II.
of the Sunshine State j
TREES WILL BE
Extensive Work this Season
by Forest Service in Gal
linas Forest Nursery Near
fpvrtal rnmawiim ( th lleralaj
Kaat Lua Vegaa, N. M., April 5.
According In Kureat Hupervlcor Dun V,
.l.il.iiFii.n uf the Pei oa national forest,
who has been a business visitor In
lata Vegas und at the lial'iius forest
nuraery for tho past week, the sum
mer planing at the starwin will begin
either the latter purt of this month
-ir by some tuna In Muy. Mr. John
ston atated thr.t over .MI.OOll trees are
tu be planted. The Kpcles that are
now at the station awaiting plantinc
are yellow pine, Ijuuglaa lir and Kn
Mr. J.'hnatiin. a i "inpanied bv
memlers uf the New Mexico lrin h
of Ilia forest service and aume from
the Arlinna alutl n, has ueen at the
ilullliia reserve for the past wenK
muking plans (or the spring and sum
mer Work. He states' that ( oli.lll lo:i
are f.i vol atile and thut ilulli atli.lis "! .'
that ihe year will he a successful one.
II IV It il i ru 1 1 , w ho has been st-i-tloned
at the ..alliiu s nursery fur h
i., rev oral years, lef( today fur Al
lii.iiei.iie, uheie he will enter sill
v wink uf Iho toreat depart .'iient.
He la lu he mi. Heeded li.le by Her
man Krainh, who ha already tak-n
harg uf the l.iiul smtloll. Mr.
Kruileh formerly was luruted un Ihe
(iila national lurest a Mllver City und
a Ik. i has been klalloiied at tha Fut
Valley eierlmentiil station in An
i.nia. A Medicine of Merit.
A pri plietaiy medicine, like every
thing else thai couies before ihe pu.i
lli', has u prove II merits. This la a
of Ihe aurvlval of Ihe IK I cat applies
in this held us in others The reason
for Ihe treiiieii.li.ua success of 1-ydii
Iv I'liikham's VegetaliU' v'ompiiuiid Is
because 1 has been fulfilling a rcil
human need Kr l.uiv yeura. so thit
Icduy thousaiitlH of Aimriciiii women
ii wu Iheir health and happiness lu tie
marvelous power of this famous med
icine, made from root and herlx
iiutuie lemid) fur woinaii'a 111.
THOUSAND PHIfllTIOfl WINS
OUT IN COLUMBUS
One More New Mexico Town
Joins list of the Drys. This
Time by Order of the Court
Mlat rirrtisMttsH t Ike II era 14
luniliit;, x. M.( April C Colum
bus, X. M. in tha Mexican border,
has taken the veil and one mure New
Mexicu town hua been added tu the
rapidly growing list uf the dry ones.
Judge Xebhti of Mllver City last week
granted un Injunction requiring th
luwn board of Columbus Vo pa as an
ordinance complying with the man
date of tha people at the recent pro
hibition eleit.oii declaring nganiat fu
ture aula of li.juor there.
The clciii,,!, wu regularly held and
the dry people Won out. The irua.
tees Ihen a. light tu avoid passing
the necesKury ordinance on lechni
culities. The court overruled those
und granted ;ha Injunction asked fur
the dry fa.in.ii by their Hltorneya.
Culumbiia iiaa three saloons paving
an uniiuul tax of fijil each, which
Hill thua he eompclled to cease op
erations, un I this mutter cannot be
taken up attain fur fun' .-ur.
Whut Ihe village government is tu
do to make up the revenue thua lust
has not been decided.
EURANGO MAN WILL
DRILL FOR OIL IN
SAN JUAN COUNTRY
(He l-cnai d Wire tit i:eiiliig ttorabt
Fai milililiiii. April 1. ieu. In
I.uehe of luirango, rame In from the
Hiuelter City Hie first of Ihe week on
his way tu Die Meadows oil fields,
where he, with number of other
I iirunguitcs, ur Interested In S"ine
four section! of oil land which they
staked out and filed on during the
excili'ini lit of h year ago when Ihe oil
waa (list atru. k In the Mating well.
Ileporl ha.e been circulating to the
effect thut AHiu'tuerijue people had a
repn tentative In the field thla win
ter who had restuked nil Ihe bind In
the meadow n. Mr. Del.uehe went
down lo see if th1 were true, and re
ports thut the land In which h la In
terested hus nut been touched.
Aa toon us convenient Mr. Iiel.ui he
und hi people will organise, and then
Intend lu secure drill and do ih-lr
assessment work to hold the iluima,
and then when thla la done, If liieir
present plans carry nut, work will '
commenced In rarnest o develop oil
on llialr holdings.
COURT OPENS TODAY
(reels I ( arreaaaageaee a (be Herald)
.-.iiiln Koaa, N. M , A I'M .'
Hiiadalupe county district i uni t will
open here lomorrow with .ludgc Ii J.
l-ouliy of lais N'cKas presiding Judge
l.eiihy, IMstilct Attotney C. W. (I.
Ward, Meni.giapher William K. tlort
her, und sevelal Httorneys from Lrftg
Vegas arrived this nfiernicn.
Xu criminal t uses uf great lmiurt
unce nre set fur trial. Hamuli la
biulle, chaltiuan uf the hoanl of com
missionrrs, la under Indictment for
assault with a deadly weapon, und
ieoige Holla ( cunly clerk, la under
Indictment un the churge of ds
(harging n weapon In a settlement.
James DriggH will he tried on M
ihurae of stealing cattle. Carl Olson
va. W. II. Angel, a suit for (In mages
for the alleged alienation of Ihe af
fection uf hi daughter. Is an inter
esting civil action which will be hoard.
TAKE SALTS TO
l "l l-wt Mini If Vim IVcl lutckacl'v
or Have IUmiIiIit TrotilHc,
Moat folins uric acid which rxclles
and uvcrwuras the kidneys In lii"ir
effurta tu fler It from the svstein
It K u lur eaters of meat must flush iho
k I'l li v a occasionally. You musl le
lieve tliiiii iiao vou itlicvc your nusr
t Is; removing nil the acids, waste nnd
poison, else you feel a dull misery i i
lite kidney region, sharp pains In Hit
buck oi jii-K headiiche, dirxlness. y iir
r'.omai h sours, tongue Ii coaled ind
when Ihe weather la hud 'you have
rheumuti' twlige. The urine t
cloudy, full uf sediment; the channels
often got Inhaled, obliging y.m to
gel up two or three times during the
To neutralise these Irritating acids
and Hush off the body a urinous v. ante
get ubout lour ounce of Jll Mai's
Iroin any pliarmiuy, lake a table
spoonful In a glass of water before
breakfast for t few day and .vo ir
kuli.iys will (hen uct fine and bladder
dl-..ldirs disappear. This famous
ia lis la mude from the acid of grapes
and lemon Juice, (omblncd with llthia,
iimi has been used fur generations 'u
i nan and stimulate sluggish gld.ieyt
I'd tup bladder Irritation. J.td
fait Is Inexpensive: harmless all. I
makes a delightful effervescent III It in -water
drink which millions uf men
and women take now und then, thus
ii. oiding serious kidney and bladder
ROSWELL MEN GET
BIG CRATE CONTRACT
Itoswell. N. M.. April . Tae
Furmet Hupply enmpany nf this city
has secured from the llnswell I'r i
duee company a contract for the Kt
I'ii so Milling company to supply eati
ttloupo crates for about l.n acra
of melons, at purtale. nuswell, Ar
lesiu. Lake wood and I'eou. The llns
well 1'roduce company, of which Mr.
Tur.'ibull ia the manager, has secured
the contract to handle the crop from
this acreage and will supply Ihe rnit"
for nil the melons to be shipped from
the various farm under the contract.
From iuu to 2o crate per ncie will
be required, the number depending
upon the crop und the condition of
the market when Ihe crop ia ready tu
CRIMES IN ST. LOUIS
ARE DOUBLED WHEN
VICE ZONE IS SHUT
(Teleitram rftim si. l.ouls In the lion
ver I'o st of Wednesday, Aptll 1st.)
Kl. I..UJis. April 1 Crimes against
Women have increased almost Iuu per
cent In 81. I. " ills since the board ol
pollen rommiKslonera month ago
abolished tho segregated vb e qunrter
Hmi e Ihe resorts on I.uca avenue
worn clnsed. complaints have been
coming In from nil part of the city
that the former Inmates of the segie
gulcd quarter lire invading the resi
dence und business purt of town.
I'olbe Investigation hna disclosed
thut ninny women are now active In
manicuring and mutauge parlor. Adv.
WILL VISIT DEMINO
DURING THIS WEEK
Seeelal rerreseaadeaee fa Ik Herald
Iteming, X. M.. April 1. IwiiiiK
I making plans to entertain Ihe
Thirteenth, (iivulry, or thee trnnp
of thai ri gltneni which has been or
dered here from Columbus for :t
three-day visit. The coming of tho
uvulry has no official significance,
but la merely a trip for a brief relief
from the d'tall of border putrid
duty. The troopers will- camp In the
The l ining National bank, one of
I the pioneer institutions of the soiith-
iv est, hna added a saving" d purt
men! to Its already large business.
According to T. II. Krultschniti,
assistant superintendent of thn
Southern puclllc. who wag here last
week. Intming ia going lo have one
of Ihe prettiest park depots In Ihe
weal. The work of Improving the
park la now well under way. Cement
curbing ia lielng luld and the whole
station la to las surrounded with
trees and fluwes. The park Is the
lesull of several year of agitation
and the placing of a demount rut ion
well und pumping plant at tha sta
tion by the ( hainl- r uf commerce. In
eo-operullon with the Southern I'u
flflc. The Mlmbres Valley Alfalfa Farms
company has laid iiut a lownsite nn
its former farming lunda. near here,
and has Incorporuled low nsli
rompany of which (. K Melsae la
Thirty hcre each day are lielng;
seeded to ulfalfa on the land of tho
M nil. re Valley Alfalfa Farina eom
pauy A total uf 1. 300 acre will be
seeded by ihe rompany In fulfill Hkff
contract with lund purchasers.
Two pumping plunla. to develop at
least I k 00 gallon a minute each are
to be in.uiil'ed on Ihe 1,000-u'rH
tract of Ihe Hot h western Alfa'fil
compuny. 'lii" equipment la 4fi-h p.
Kumley engines and 14-iruh Ameri
INCOME TAX REVENUE
FALLS SHORT OF ALL
j ESPECTATIONS IN STATE
Huntii Ko. X. M., April It la lew
admitted thai the revenue irom the
new fe.lerul mi oino tux will not tie
m arly up to evpei tut Ions and ll I
said that In Xew Mexico the returns
will fall in i n v thntiiHiiila of dollars
below estimates. While It does nut
apply so much In New Mexico us
elsewhere, one explanuiloii is that
congress failed to realise thut the
sum Her "im utiie were largely derived
from dividend from coipmatlon
stocks, upon which the government
could not collect a tax. I'nder the
.Income tag law Imwmes of less than
I'.'it. iKiti nre sun Joe t to the normal lux
only, and such dividends nre nut tux
able on Ihe ground 1 hat the cutpora
jtlons theincsclvo pay the tax. In
the, cne of Income In excesa of I'.'O,
i ooo the Indiv idual la reipiired tu pay
ia tax upon such dividend.
I It Is said Hint In Ihe rllv of Ix-nver
! fur itislunce, where It w: s belli veil
the lax Would realise , 'mm, hum, the
tuinl will full below hull million
Internal rcvrnti offtcern hole de
nied the report thut nil Income lux
must be piud in the stale nut later
jthitn April 1. Those who have tux-
atne incomes nave until June 30 In
pay. although all returns not In by
March 31 will be penalised, ll Is un
derstood the returns have been fair
ly complete In Now Mexico. How
many have filed returns la n dark se
cret ns the ufllclala ure scrupulously
observing the Injunction of Ihe com
missioner of Internal revenue nut In
Kite out any details.
COUNTIES TO CO-OPERATE
IN BUILDING NEW ROAD
f greets I rarreasmaaewee la le Herald
Carrmiio, X. ,M., April 4. The
state of New Mexico, Iniled Slut-
Senator A. II. Full, and Ihe eounti"
of Lincoln and (item are going to
co-operule In the building of a morl
Important piece of highway, that
stietches frnti Tiilarcsu lu Carrlxoa'j.
The proposed nuto tuml runs fur sev eral
mill a through Senator Full
propeity tit Three lilvers and he hi
agreed tu build till that pari of It.
Uci.rni I. MolfeU who recently Ha
lted N..nl.i l"e lo confer with the stale
load i oinuiiFHlolt. secured u promtle
ol sulmtanlial state und for the pro
ject. Mate Knglneer French I soon M
complete a survey of Ihe mnd from
( 'nrrUoxii south. i-llicoln cnunty hti
about 22 miles of the road lu iitlil l,
and t'J.HuO with which to build It il
the state commlstlun co-operate .
bus been Indicated.
The count V load commission has
appropriated II,lo for the work from
the t'tern county line between Throe
lllvcis and iiwnru to Carrixoxn, with
the understanding that the slate hign
nay eommisalon duplicate ihe amount,
oiern county had previously
through II road commission, appro
priated a like Htrioiirt for the work
from Tulnrosa tn the line and had
been assured by Ihe stale commission
that the amount would he duplicated.
Ho there now it ii lids available 1.1, ;ut).
ON MAXWELL PROJECT
Maxwell. X. M , April V The
wuier ill Hebron dam continuea to
rise, although " second feet continue
to flow from the outlet In fill tha
various lakes on the tract The water
in the dam Is now within four feel
of the spillway and the pred'.ctlun Is
, ,i, 1 1 ii 1 1 tt II , made thut before iho end
nf April every reservoir on the tract
will be full to cupaiity and water
going tu waste from the lletimn dam.
laikes II, 13 and 14 uie now a
full aa they can atitnd Waler has
been turned into laike 1.', which will
be filled within ten day. Then laike
20 will receive all it can stand und
then the waler will be allowed to ac
cumulate in the dam. (in Ihe oilier
side of the tract. Utkea ft, t. i and
which are supplied front th Ver
inejo, are receiving a small but steady
flow, aa tha snow In the Vermeju
waler shod mells slower lhan that
above Ihe Sugurlte. There la no
duubl. however, that Iheso lakes will
receive aufftcteiit water before tha
first of June. At this tlmu latke t,
the largest reservoir on the tract, la
considerably more lhan half full.
Conlructs In duplicate have been
signed, sealed and delivered between
Char lea U Iwivls. owner; Lamia N.
Hwolie. cement eoiilrueii.r mi.l W'mIi
(lieenwuod, building contractor, for
tno ere. t ion of a Iwo-story cement
block hiiibling to be built In Maxwell.
Thus th long; drawn out discussion
and prophecy and lulk of l lie public
hall in Maxwell la on the verge J
. if" .- -
It speaks to the heart through the
pocket-book. That's why the Ford
is a friend to thousands the world
over. What any other car will do
the Ford will do -and more at ft
fraction of the cost. Buy today.
Five hundred eighty-five dollar I the
price of ihe Fold) runabout; tha touring
cur I alx thlrly-tlva; the town car I eight
thirty-five- f. o. h. Albuquerque, coinplete
, with equipment, (lot ruling and particular
Irinn giltkKI. AITO M ITI.V CO.,
Albuquerque. X. M. l'lione 750. ,
jWORK UNDER WAY
ON NEW WATER
WORKS FOR RATON
feetal Cereeaseaee Herald 1
Katun. X. At . April a Coiiirudor
tlordun, who was In the city tha early
part of the week arranging for the
beginning of work on the main distri
bution unit of ihe new water syitein,
left Wednesday night lo secure the
necessary pipe. II hu been learned
that Ihe C. K. 1. company, from
whom It wa expected tn obtain the
pipe, may not he able tn deliver na
tuiikly ii Ihe !ttiltn In Union de
mands, and It may be necessary to gn
a far nway u Ahibama to gel tho
pipe In time. Th pipe In be used
will be 12, 10, 8, und 4 Inch dimeii
alon. and a great (iiianllty will bo
requited, ll will be of cast Iron. A
oun an a auftlclent anpply I located,
the work of digging tho trenche an.l
laying the mains will bo rushed.
Irrigation Item t Ompli-ted.
Tho new reservoir nt Ihe mouth if
l.lnwuud canyon northeast of the i iiy
limits will he rnnipleted sometime
next week by Cunt niclnr Frank
(iiubolnlk, who has been busy for
Ihe pnst three Weeks on the project.
When completed, the dam will he .Id
feet high and approximately lull feet
long, capable of retaining about two
acres of waur. It Is Mr. I .in wood'
Intention t employ the water In thn
Irrigation of nn extensive acreage
under the dam.
I iimi no Man Make f.iui I'lar.
). X. initenhoiiBO. n man of mid
dle nge w Im has resided In Itaton tut'
the past IX months recovering from
a nervuu breakdown, was taken in
to custody enrly Wednesday morning
for gun-play. For months Mr. lilt
tonhuuse hus given evidences of men
tal ula i ration, nut It was not tin'il
Wednosiluy morning ihat he displayed
dangerous tendencies. H" sufTerod
the delusion Ihat he wu u dotectlva,
mid Wednesday night shadowed ' h
Santa Fe call boys, tiring upon llu't
Hmllh twice near the Heaberg hotel
at nbuiit 4 o'clock. A little later to
thrust a revolver Into Ihe side of th"
night clerk of the -Vuberg hotel, who
escnpeil serious consequence w.'h
VETERANS TO HOLD
BANQUET AT MELROSE
Hawetal t wrreapaagewoa th Herald
Melrose, X. M . April 5 Veteran
of the civil war, the men who wore
the blue nnd the grey, are to meet
around the banquet board here on
the loth of April In a gathering
which promises much or Inferos;.
Fifty cents u plate will cover the ex
pens,, but the Veterans id Ihe great
conflict are looking for fifty dollars
worth of fun.
The Curry county Teacher' associ
ation held a very Interesting meeting
here Friday and Saturday. The
touchers are being entertained today
with a dinner and games.
Twenty conversion are reported .
g result of the revival meeting which
ha been hero for ome time pnat.
J. II. Moss la preparing tn attend
Ihe reunion of the Shelby. (Jusnlrell
and Marmaduke commands ex-oo:i.
federate aobllera at Clarendon, Turn,
May nth. He waa a member of the
BIDS TOO HIGH ON
(ae4al CrrraJe la th Herald)
Carlsbad. N. M.. April 4 Thn
Carlsbnd school director will bo
forced tn call for new bid on the
now grammar school f. .1 the build
ing of which I U. Ollll Is available.
The bids were opened this week and
found lo range from II 2. not) to $15 -toifl
fur the building libuie Changes
In the specifications will be mude an
as to bring Ihe building within tho
u mount available.
CRIMES IN ST. LOUIS
AEE DOUBLED WHEN
VICE ZONE IS SHUT
(Telegram from St. Louis tn the Den
ver I'uat nf Wednesday, April 1st )
Ht. Iiul, April 1. Crime against
women have Increased almost l"o per
cent in Ht. Louis since Ihe bourd of
police commissioners a, month ago
abolished the segregated vlca quarter.
Hinca the resort on Lu. as avenue
worn clnsed, complaints have been
coming In from all pari of tha ei'.y
Ihat the lurmer Inmate of the segre
gated qua nor are Invading tha resi
dence and business parts uf town.
I'ollco Investigation hua (lis loaeil
thai many women ar now active n
muulcuiiiig and tnaaaafe parlor. Adv.