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THE EVENING HERALD. ALBUQUERQUE. H..M., TUESDAY. JUNE 23. 1914.
Crescent Hardware Co.
STOVES AND RANGES
PRACTICAL PLUMBERS AND TINNERS
Marsh Simplex and Advance Duplex Steam Pomyi
1 318 West Central .-enue
RULING, SPECIAL FORMS OF ALL BIRDS.
ALBRIGHT & ANDERSON
PRINTERS, BINDERS, STATIONERS.
203-210 West Gold Avenue Phone 440
FIRST CLASS RIGS AND
PIIOM; IVi. 7" J J. SM ! tT.
C. T. FRENCH
rtNt itu, diiiiutoii
I'llili and Central,
rimiir IM ami Night. 6n.
Expert Hair Work.
Combings made Into switches,
tT u narirmii I la.nn. puff, curl,
el''.; awltche dyrd.
Mil. M. I'I'IIKN
l'hona til. II 8. 41 h St.
C. II. CONNr:ll. M. I.. H. O.
I treat all curable diseases. Office
tern Hid. I'hnncg tii and JI.
DUKE CITY CLEANERS
e ili-an liaia, trim's ami
mm'a rl'illiliin, rue, ciirtlna.
ilralMTli-H. etc. 210 rw iil.l.
Promptness Oar Motto
FAMILY LIQUOR HOUSE
(. A. liUAVKK. Prop.
flo egcnla (ur I an l'eln lain and
mwf !tt!Ti order promptly filled.
I'M' nMird llm-vw by week or montb
n oir line.
oa N. HHOAIiWAY.
A 25o TOOTH BRUSH
With a bottle of Williams
WILLIAMS DRUG CC.
307 We.t Central
SALTS FINE FOR
Ur tat I.H. M.n li Meat. W lib II log
kl.l.io).. Ili. li tin- Huck Hull-..
M..hi (hit ih.- Ki.ln.'N".
.k- III'- !:.w.'l. K I rUUKIl'll ""'I
. li.KK.'.l ( -1 ll'i'l .1 I 1 llll II It O'l.i
..i.iill . rl"'- Inni- l.ii" k'l' In- ""'
dull iini in Ihi- kicliii-i n-Ki'.n.
ii- t.- It.-, nl.it h'n l lu-uiiial i- Iviikiii.
t - I I I . I I. .IT. 11- Hi hli'tli.K tl. ll-l-il.W
iii- m iiii'l u II M.ii "f I.I. i. Il. r ihm.r-
Von r.iin. rii.rl k. r. ..iii kill-l-l-MI
n-tn.- illlll I I. ;lll. .ITItl Itl iii"-
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..f l'l l-.ilt limn t.liv Ki.o.l ill it K
Mm liii. ink. ;i iiit.i.t.nlul In h
n Ih km .if vtnli-1 iM-lt.i iii kiifMt ..r a
KM iiiisb i.it.i iir kiiln. will tti-n
ml Inn- Thin Iiiii.iUh mIIi. U mmi"
1 1 ..in l lie n. HI ( i:rii.- i.inl li-iii.in
lunr. i Miiii.iiii-il miili litlii.i. mill I"
hui in 1-xh In fkuth t I..H M k:.lni-
Hint vtiiiuilMti- Hiimii l. n.nniHl u. Ii
II y It uIh.i ii. ui rulu. IHr hi win 1)1
ih iiiiii.' v. it no luiiKir iinidtKii.
thiiM .-ntltny IiIhiI.Ii-I' ilniir.lirn.
J.mI r'ultM If Iihi rilixa: lui niiriihlv
IIIHk H (Irlltfhtl III 1-fTlTV I'l' I'lll lltlllM
wiit.'r drink hn h hit) lm.l iri..iil'l
tU- n mil thin In ki-i'p iht-ir ki.l
nrji -rii, IhuH m.ii.liritf aiTi.iufe
I I'll! .ll'l I I..IIH.
A wrll-kiioK n l.n ill iImm.iI-1 pnvr
hr Itrllii l.ilD i,f JilJ Malta to fflka hi I
If In i.vl i i. in Inn k ui ii y Ir.iU
bit Hlule it In ..lily I r.. ii iili-
lriMr l.rok'n Mf an.
Iit an) th. tig" l.rt a Herald waul
ad find It for you.
If you Waul Hie vety ia-at milk
beil.els or the put .-at of be creams
telephone &Uj, l.udol'a. and our or
der will be promptly filled.
Lrnaa broken Sieti ana.
of Cheap Soda
Let your children drink
something you will not
It costs money to make
We have no cheap
goods to offer.
Insist on Sodas and
Mineral Water bottled
by The Coyote Springs
Mineral Water Co.
Our Motto Is "We Makt
Pop -Not Slop."
The Coyote Co.
F. H. PERRY, Mgr.
323 NORTH FIRST ST.
Hi. a mora Ih -a-ll tuejft.il ami
!.- the limi.lv rilm ia k. any
.Nil III Wilt. It Hilly . lllrotiet
t Mm IIHM-. WllllOlll llanMgr l
iriiialiuli-r of film.
From $5 to $25
Mr ik kNkik I liilfliln.
0, . M ATS D N & CO.
In Our N'' QiMrlrrn.
EXPECT AUTO ENGINE
BACK ON JOB TONIGHT
The uiiloiii'ilnle lire miiiiii', w hn h
Hhnh was crippled by the snapping
of II crankalialt laest week, will
probi lily l. back 111 coiii.iiiKtii.in this
eM'iniiif. The expert scut here b
Die A mi l i'un-lu Krancu .olllp.ir. y
linili. il pulling I tie new naf I in I"
1I1O. ..ml if the adjum mrnts and the
' tunliiii up'' ilet.iil ale 1 oiupleled as
en en t.-il. the apparatus w.ll be ready
tor eine b mull! Krom here
Kiaiik tdiyiie. the i-speit. will go lo
I'm.ih.i. Neb., to Inspect the wreck
of the alio engine that went to
am. ib in u 1 ollmion Sunday. He la
lo hint out whether It is wuilh re
WILL DANCE TOMORROW
Tli. re is to be a dam e niiorrow
iniilil at Camp Wlutcomli. Among
the recent arrivals Hl the lump ara
the lamily of City Clerk Thomas
Hughe. Mr. 1 1 us lies travels to and
trout the camp dally. With llil) L
lit. K. I. in the Utter s Biit.i.
Ko baliy's (roup, Willie a dally
1 ui and bruise. mammas sore
throat. gtandina lameness Ir.
Thorn' K. Ie.li.' ml -thu household
leme.ly I.c and &Uc.
want. I lilies -I llinaa 1
t) trmibt" bee auu.
;l.l. IH l M ii I HTI lit:)
'Tin: widow of in n iinik''
X Hagrapli Oimtly with
Till-: TWO VAN ItlAH.V
IIImhi TmIivI Feature
hn ki: I ill;
fit next Tliiiradny I hi-, Iad
MalliirwSrll; Mat KImiw at Mglit
- - -- -- -i- 1 i
And Get Good 6ervice
KnHEfAHT: ToniKht anil l-n.-wluy
fall, not muth ihangv In
Weather rri'onl for HI hours
en.hn ut 8 uilwk this inornlni:
At 1 o'l'lock. 71.
SouthwcM wlndii: dear.
TIIIM.H TO UllllltY AIIOl T
Hpnin hai more mniliinf thiin
iitiy other lountry In Kuror Th
yoirly averaae la :i,uuu huum In
tnnliinil It la 1.40..
MerauBe the t.Jl.nn of llnkin
muk. N. J . were not RHtUlled with
the munni-r In hl.h rallro-irt
rl'fi-il the wln.lowa of Its car,
th.y atoppcil a train iummnK
through and refuaed to let It in
llnue on Its wv until they hud
wanned the window.
The ronilurtor of a train nn a
Mulne rHllrimd wiya on oh. cur he
had a iiernmnent commuter In the
form of a nrat full of room. The
mother robin ruii.nl h.-r young
without any dltllrully. and knew
enough not to fly away nfler her
food i'Xoi-.t when the mr ui
atalled In the yurda.
If you fall to ft jour STenlng
paper, rail 4
COM P NY. PHONE l.
That good grape sherbet! Kee's
ir. I. H lloyd. prei.lent of the
Slate univerHit). left last evening for
a brief buiiiea trip to I'hicaao.
J. (1 t'haven of Io I. una was lit,
A lbu.iier.in' yesterday attending
K. A Mnman, expert accountant
I in Ih Veil. ib for the week auditing
books for various com cms
For special niesm-i.tera. phone 4il.
Th Indies- Itelief Colli will mee
tomorrow afternoon in odd Kellows'
hall. There will lie a laid party
Friends are invited.
Ml Margaret Kelchcr and sister
Kniccnlik left today for l.o l.unaa t"
Mpend a week the guesla of Mrs
Frank W. I'ooler
Mr and Mrs Albert Voba, of It.r
nallllo, who are well known In tins
I city, are the parents of a hoy hum
There will be a meeting of Iteliek
ah lodge tonight at H o'clock In I. '.
11 K. ball. A good attenil..m e la de
sired a there will be In.t ailon.
Miss Klonla (iolizalcs leave Halur
tlay for l' Angeles lo upend lb''
summer with her itei. Mrs. L'loy
Fur baggage transfer, phone tot.
Frederick l.uthy a siulenl during
I lie year at Vale iituveialiy. ha re
turned from New llaen l spend th
summer Willi til patents, the J F.
ICei J. II I'm hian of HI 1'iik.i.
.reiding elder of the Kl l'ao di
triit of the Methodud chinch Mouth.
I In A bi.iier.ue today the gueat of
Itcv. H K. Allison of the L'iniral 1",
Mi Kit a t'osiello. stenogi aplier
and Miss Jane Warner, cashier, at Ihe while ihe belter babies contests kra'nnle good roads ans.alallori and ex
Albuquvroue tias, tleclrlc t.ii;ht ana regarded "tha thing" for their ' pn ted to arm In the (apl'lal again
I'ower company, have relumed Irom gen.c vlue. In a belter babies con-'hi, rno , ,.onfer with Atlf
vacalion spent at Ihe Valley ra.'p n
on the L'pper I'ecos.
Duncan Mctlllliv ray. aheep grower,
of Crown I'oint, N M . Is in Albu
tuenitie fr a few das lookii.g after
business a"air. Mr. M.ilillivrav re
porta a satisfactory lambing season
nd says range conditions In western
Valencia lounty are splendid.
He.-relary Tom Rinkert of the slate
fair association has is lied a meeting
of the fair .nmmlaeion, to be held
be ic Hunday. The coniini.alon will
fT.KAM.It AMI I'llKhHKKI
We are mi her today and gone
tomoirow. We have j solic
itor nut. Telephone us and
you will get prompt aertlta.
21 ay, Hud. sl. I'liwiie fldo.
and Pastime Matinee 2:39
"AMV ooi;h IIMTIi
I illin tviurlnc Amir C Wrh,
tlx Hrrmt .Jim-nlle
" THK f l.l. OF THK Till HI-:"
Kihui Two lt'-1 Imllan I eatnre
I'Mnrea hnjir Vrtt Dav y.vrtA
Turxlny ami Tliurxlar
Aleituni olrowa rwlna ir Miliar.
Tlie Top i a ilnndy Hila year.
ITHHT SHOW vr H II1MN
LAST SHOW IIM.IM4 AT t
p J'iiv-iiiiiiiiJ'iJ'iiwir.a-ijijinrL un
Make this Your
for t h i
the reatilt i.f fifty
nine enr expeMeme
in lmirvria thla
ile of men'i tlotti
Ing. e h am a. n It hni
a r o w n In favor
frii'ndwiae and atyle
aenaihle and eonaer
vatlve with new ful
rm -.nil imtivrni.
the irl'e la aa low Ha
la ronaiatent with fine
f.ii.ii. a and finer tail
oring. we're ready to hw
Suits $18 to $30
Mail orders delivered free
consider the various amunement en J
lerprlae contracts which have been
submitted, and will likely clone up
with a number of the attractions It'
la the desire of the fair managers In
enure attractions which will
Ihrilleia from first to laC.
K. K Hummers, divisi.in superin
tendent of the Hanta Ke. came to
town lodav from hla hea.l'iuartcra at
Han Man-lal. Mr. Hummers has
aiiHrtments In this city.
!'C" F '"""" superintend-
'"' ,,f ln"",n IrrUatlon. has returned
from a trip to the Hun Juan rtmn-
" '"" " "lliprt.va "")
Ni-Mlor Montoja. pieaident, and
51 Llersai-. acting secretary of the
set re tar y
New Mexico Pre a woci.it ion. have
lanued n cull for n mcethig of the 01
I giinlxi.tion to be held In A ibuuerue
. nn August 17 In the Commercial club.
.The primary object of the meeting I
I to dim una proposed legislation by
of which it I planned lo
change the mi-ting libel law on Iho
New Mexico etntutea.
LIKELY AT NEXT
. and the bridge which Hlerru county
I will build near Aire). At that point
Secretary Binkert Thinks Com. e highway win ... from me e
... nrr to the west ahote of the river. I P
missioners will Accept Offer to tnt pom, a win pua through the
nf Wnmen'a Tilth in Fnrniati lr'l"rus aelilrmenis of lerry ami
01 women i uuo 10 turnisn i)mrlMa ,, ,hir, ,.,, ,., ,
Prize for Better Babies ICahallos mountains. After crossing
I to the wet side it will run up Ihe
Cham es ate in favor of a be.. or ly ' he Itlo tlrai.de to La. I'alo
babies contest at the Htate fair, slat- ' "nd T" rrm. d"er" ,J'
ed c tclary Tboiim Uinkert, of tin
lair commission, today. The clvc
department of the Women's club h.i"
nfleted 1.1 put up a prlxe for audi a
conical. nd Mr Uinkert said be
thought ihe commiaaion would favor
It 'I'lir tlu.ia offer will be suhmit
ted to Hie commission at Hg meeting
in lhi my Hunda).
Alou.iuentue has never had a battr,lf hlKhWl(v. olfu.Uf. Mr. Aei
babies ..iiilest. Theie liava been Iho ,,,, ,...,,.
ld-ia.hii.ued beauty contcsls, but
they at frowned upon nowadays.
test Ihe beauty of ihe entrants is " -
any ignoreu ne.gni anu aeveiop.
m.-ni and such col.ll) scientific things
figure, and a husky youngster with
a fa. e that flighlena lbs famny tat
elands a oeller ilia us lo draw
Id e thsii a dimpled darling aims
dimple, hint at unite loo mu-.h fat
aud a lopsided measurement.
Th inntest ag suggested by Ins
t iviiis ,d.,. arlme.it of the Women's
club of which Mrs John Wilson is
the head would b between babies
of from ix month, lo one year oln.
Measurements would be taken by a
Physician and competent Judges
would award the prixei.
Ihe Herald Want ad do your
I will give nna-fourth olf the pries
of every plat of summer footwear
In toy Mg stock This la your 1 banc
for bur gams. Wm. Chaplin, 1:1 W.
III EVIDEUCE AT
State Senator W. B. Walton
Says Business Conditions in(
Grant County Were never
Kvndlng a dlwufalon aa to the l
llllial altuiitlon In hla wtlion of the
aiaie. Htate Kenut"T W. II. Walton
declure'' today thnt hualneaa rondl
tlona In silver t'Hy and tlrnnt vonnty
generally were never belter. Henator
Walton arrived thia morning from
Silver City to look after buainena af
fair here today.
ller t'ily la alwaya Ui and do
ing." eald Henator Walton. "Hut
right now conditions are more nroa
perotia than ever. We have had
eplendld year on the ranges and Uve
al oik men are hiiiy bernuee of pre
vailing prlres for rattle and eheep
and rimie la for eontmiied ro"er
Ity In their lino of buelneea.
"The mining ramps .-rjund Silver,
t'lty :ire of vourae the Maliietny '
the town. With e-anlu Hila and Hur-j
ley right at nr doors and Willi T-
rone, the 1'helpa-IVnlge cimp, work-j
Ing .IliU men, w ith prospects of devel-
oping Into ua Important a camp asi
Sunt Itita. Imelnea i-oiild not oe
olhfrwlau than brisk In that nevtion.''
fenat..r Walton aald that thus far
Alluiuer.ue seems to be furnlahlng
the goaalp fur the pi.lllii.Una. with
three lamlldates for the nomination
for congri'sa on thettepiinllran tlrk
et. and derlim-d to aa) nt the present
time Just what rn Iti-nteni. lu his
opinion, the !emocris v.nild cause
befoii the (all elertlon.
Mr. Walton's principal iiuaini'sa in
A lluiuer.ue today la to secure cop
lea of paving ordinance used by the
local municipal admllnatralion In the
paving of the business si-rtimt. Sil
ver t'lty 1 practically ready to pave
Its business section and Mr. Walton
today Interviewed city official, gain
ing Information as to how Albuquer
que took care of some of the 1 in -.
FRENCH TO DIRECT
Conference Here 'Between
State Engineer and District
Attorney Tittman Relative
to Flood Protection.
Following a conference today be
tween J. A. French, slate etigintei,
and K A. Tillman. dlKtrict i.Ummw.
of llillsboto. a ino'iiK einent was mad"
that tb4 stale ginecr will go ti
Hillabuto within the next ten days lo
luveHiigaie the propoalt ion ol building
a dyke for the future protection of the
town irom flood The building 01 J
the. il) ke is a matter of the greatest!
importance to the town and every
ellort wil be made to afford adequate
protection and avoid a repetition ol
the disastrous flood which occurred
there June 14. iletetofore th
townspeople, aided by the lounty
commissioner, have made several 111-J
ellectual attempts to coiiMtru't 11
dyk that would hold the ater M.
rein h will now bring hi trained ex-
erlence to bear 011 the pruolem and
It is believed the ample protection
will lie provided at a moderate ex
pense.' I According to District Attorney Titt
man. the road gang on the ('amino
1 llt-al In Hierro county ha been moved
' lo Canada Alamosa where a new
Icroaalng of the canyon will be built
and the gang at Itincon will work
, north front there toward tiarlletd
wards Cuchlllo and Monticello.
Iitetsm-ta Alarm'tla l)ke.
.''late Kngineer French left Atbu-iiier-iie
at o'clorg ibis morni ig in
a car to Inspect the Alameda dyke,
nine mile north of here; and t lo k
over other engineering problems In
that section. Mr. French was accost-Panie.-
tiy Fram-I K. I-aier, ol Ma-
Ilia, chj.liiniin f I ha ! m I j. iuiii .ullun
rmc wn M-Donald, an"!
i,h lT..iite.,i 11 k t. ... 1...11 or u.a 1
' ney Ueneral Clancy.
Mr. lister Is doln. lonsideraole
work looking toward Hi taking of
definite Hon with reference In en
dorsement of proposed good roads
legislation ag tha roads meetings are
to be held in Mania Ke next month.
With reference to tha roads legisla
tive situation. Mr. Lester de. tared
thai th Hood flnaC Yearbook, the
j off 11 lal and generally recognized text
on roads matters, rsled New Mexico
higher in point of
proa, h lo Ih Ideal on roads mit-!
tnra, than any other stal In the1
I'nlon. "Hut there ara many changes
lo be made," Mr. Lester aald. "our
road flooding law, for Instance, nee la
revision. .H is Ineffective, and per-1
mils isreless people lo perpetrate a
grave nuisance without fear of prow-1
Mr. Lester expressed the opinion
thai tha chief difficulty In prober
road administration lay in the way
luialtsig were bandied 1a I ha luunttrg
1 i l ii fa
it 7TTrrTviTrc;n a v u
Long Silk Gloves
Black, White and Tongce
Regular Price, $1.50, 2.25 and 2.50
Prices 85c $1,15 $1.65
Black and White Short Gloves
Regular Price 75c
Regular Price $1.50
READY MADE TABLE CLOTHS
Regular Prices, $1.50
THE ABOVE PRICES ARE FOR CASH ONLY
DRY GOODS CO.
A. D. CAMPBELL, Mgr.
FRQr.l LUCCA, ITALY
When purchasing Olive Oil why not buy the purest ana
best. The LUCCA ITALY trade mark, Gradi and Dom
enici is positively the brand you will always want if
once tried. Ask your dealer for Gradi and Domenici
rather than by the stale offn l.il
"We have sit Id.-il stal,, luiibw.iv
riillimliainn law," be slid, "but the
county road board system lias fi.b'U
to work In some .' the coiintie..
though In olber il h.i been verv
successful. Tile really id'-al all', l
lion, of course,, is to h.i.e the st.ita
take entire charge of Ihe roa.l ex
penditures wilhln It borders, handl
ing Ihe county fumla and all. but y u
know that no county In New- Mex'co
would stsnd for that sort of thing. '
WITH METZ CARS
Dis.rici Forester A ' Itingland
giul Asalstant iMatllct Forester The
odore t. WiM.lney. .Ir.. tn i barge of
Hilvlciilture, received tod.iv the Mets
Hpeednter aulomolilles Aliich they
riMently ordered. Mr. W.ailwy Blurt
ed with his car for the I'e. o thli
afternoon, ixpectmg to leach thu
Valley ranch Una evening. Mr. King
land went out with F. K. Dearth,
agent for Ihe Mela car. thla afternoon
to become familiar with hia nutty
That the foret service ofll. lal
ah'Uld have iIwmii the Mela la a
high endorsement of the car. They
need a car that will stand the rough
est roads and the least fuaeiug They
want a car that will tarry I hem on
their Inn pei lion trips Into Hie wild,
and only the sturdiest sort of a motor
an answer their purpose. That they
should have fixd on the Mets alter
considering the various makes, indi
cates what the teals and the experi
emes of other Melt owners have
shown the car to he.
Mr. iKartb Is agent for the Carter
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Cor. 4th and Central.
car ss well
as the Mel both gear-
Narw Cannot lie Cured
by total applH'allons. as llicy cannot
n u ll tb(, dlaenaeil portion of the u
There Is only one way to lire dei'
hca, and that la by const it ul lonal
f. ii eillt'B. i.arncg is cauKe.l t.y ani
iiinaii.ta conuiiion 01 tm- mucou n,i
mi. of ids Kusta. hi.in Tube. Wh 1.
tint: tuoe Is llittaliilneil you have a
rumbling sound or Imperfe. t bearing,
and when It Is entirely cloaed, I onf
low Is the result, and unless the in
flammation can be taken out and Hn
lube restored to lis normal condition,
bearing will be destroyed forever, nine
i n.- nut of ten are caused by Cai.n rh.
which is nothing but an inflammel
condition of the tn.icnua surface.
Wo will giv one Hun. lied Dollar
for any case, of Deafness (cai.ae.l hv
catarrh! that cannot be cured b)
Hull Catarrh Cure. Hend for cir
F. J. CHF.NKT Hi, Toledo. Ohio
Hold by Diugglst. TSe
' Take Hall's Family I'll la for const I.
Thr I nrrsiaiiiinlnV Insrnil.
- "I don't think that .me should al
ways obey one's pare.it. do you, Ara.
ininta?" Imiuired Arala-lla.
"Why. I don't know." aald Ar.i
ml. ila. "whnt make you say that?"
"l.ait night when II0I1 was here
papa called down 'Arabella, put not
light,' and of course I did It. And
when he came downstair and found
us In the dark he was Juat raving
mad " 1 .a dies' Home Journal.
Why worry when a Herald want
ad will do it.
Fe trouble He Vun.