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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 29, 1911.
CKe J.ilstystrt.st Morning journal (OffklcJ w.pl at Nw KuW) JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO. B. A. afACVHKRSoN ,'. trellat JAMES a BLACK aianaflnf Kdllor K 1JANA JOHNSON Editor W. A. KKtKllER CI I IF Kdttur JC a KATIM .-Adrartleliii Maaaier Waetera RnmmlMi C. 1. AMtfcMffON, MarqealM HuLlitUs, tkkdfa, BL, Kaatrra Kaareeeatatleet BAI.m K. Mll.l.lUA, M rrk Bow, Entered u eeiid-class snattev M tlM Sweiofflra at AM.iinuarqwe. N. SL. wider Ml vl Cong-roee at Marcs a, im. THR MOKMNfl JOIRVAI. H TH" I. AIH1 HM'IHMIAN FAfK OF KI.W MUIKI, Ml IPOKTIMI TMK t-HIMiPIKS Of 1IIIS HI I I HIICAX PAMTY AIL THR TIN. AM) THR MtvTrtOIHI Or THB MK II III KAN l-AHTK HUM TUtX AM HK.IIT. Larger rlmileUoa say ether mmt la Nor Meilru. Tba aaljr aapar la w MnlM leeuae mf alay la lb fear. land of vast enterprises: things to be ilon right mun be done on a watt of millions. Mining schemes, water power projects and reclamation en terprises as yet unthough of will need enormous capital to execute; and It In to be hop-J that the advent of statehood will in tan the supplanting or desultory, small-capital methods with the big seal plans and their ne renanry funds. To repeat the truism, what New j Mexico now needs and is sufferln for, is capital and great volumes of It TltKK FTANTIXO IX MXW. QVKIiyi K. TFKwfl OP sTfHC MICTION I Pally, br mall, on taonla ......... Pally, by earner, month "Tlx Morning Jon rani kil a ft'fba ate. ratal lua rallnj thai la aoeoroM to aar tbar Haw la New Meitos." Tka Aaurloaa Mampapar IMiwtory. AI.nilNglB KIR MEXICO WK C'AV IM MKKW Isn. Th Article published by this pnper by the supervisor of the Mansano National , Forest on tree-planting t Albuquerque deserves .careful read Jng. The matter of three planting howdays U an Important one. Our predecessors confined their efforts In this line mostly to the planting of our old and fuery friend the cotton wood tit whom we have had approxl mutely enough. We have found out that there many olher much hand sotner, more ornamental and useful shad4 trees which will thrive quite a comfortably as the cottonwood Now is the time to plant the trees which will beautify the streets of the coming Albuquerque of 10,000 peo pie. We owe considerable to our ancestors and our fore runners here for their thoughfulnesa In providing shade for us and should have as much kind consideration and regard for our own poaterlly. Let us plant trees frequently and look a little out as to what kind we plant. That pumping for IrrlKatlon will be the means of the speedy development f great area of untitled land In the Kin Oraude valipy near Albuquerque Is at mice evident to a man who sees Willi his own eye the remarkable things which have been accomplished In the' Mimhres valley. There the water Is lifted by nivalis of gasoline, oil, napllm and electrlo pumps from forty to seventy-tight feet and the land Is watered at a big profit. In this valley the lift la much less, elec tric, power Is more easily available mid there Is no doubt on earth of the bounteous supply of the water which tuiderlica the valley. The visible flow of the Illo tirande Is merely a tlrop in the bucket as compared with the immense Invisible lake which permeates the soil of the whole cal Jey at v.ry slight depth. If the peo. pie of the Mimhres valley Installing plants at a' coat of from 13000 to Mono and 'Iff ting from forty to seventy-eight feet can pump water on the land and make a fortune out of farming, the farmers of the Rio Ciit vatic y ran certainly i a Weil en their power IJI b cheaper, j INt. Installation con cheaper. endJ mi wn.jie pumping proportion fol- K. 'er. 77 ; a rat work, lowed out at a e ready reduced figure 1 hu h aero ; ,, nna- mav .i m Willi bis own tvuli and iimior, the j 1'iosaic, but whlcn seen as a whole farmer here will bP thoroughly In- ia epochal and tremendous: the are THIJ DRHIXO THIP. Albuquerque can learn a lot from the courteous and remarkably united cltisens of the town of Demlng New Mexico. The members of the local Commercial club learned a good many things while In Demlng, during the past week. They learned a great deal about tha science and practice of pumping for Irrigation; they learn ed what wide awaka intelligent, and perserverlng farmers can do. Ilut most Important of all the Al buquerque-men learned' somethings about united and enthusiastic team work for a community which should be more Invaluuble to this city even than the Information about methods of irrigation. The business men of Doming, are absolutely unlqgeln this regard. They are nil hard, working perslatopt, am- i iti r''-tr clilzeiu who are en- sire to co-operate with every other cily and section In making the new state the greatest In the union. It Is to be hoped that more of these Junkets will 4,, Junketed; personal visits between the boosters of the various towns will open the eyes of all of ua to the value of the Ideas of our neighbors across the way. The other fellow la always doing things Just little bit differently and we may always find out something about his way of doing it that will help ua Th Morning Journal makes a mo tion that the Commercial clubs and Chambers of Commerce of New Mex ico from the New Mexico society of Amalgamated Junketers and hold a Junket or two each and every week. A Mexlli liiM That lives ten years must have merit, ur. Hell's I'ine-Tar-Hunev hua hn sold for sixteen years, and sales have increased every year. Ho you run no nan. we guarantee ir. Ati flMinn The Planting of Shade Trees in Albuquerque Suggestions forSuccessinthis Important Branch of Civic Improvement, J By W.R. Mattoon, U. S. Forest Service SPECIHL Tfil Hi DELEGATION ISA T GOOD SlOfJ Would Attract Attention o Country and Hasten Admis sion of New Mexico as Forty seventh State. Imperial Dl.palrh , the Mnralng Journal) wBsnington, Jan. 28 The state ood special and delegation will at tract the attention of the entire eoun- try and will hasten the Bdmlsalon of New Mexico as the forty-seventh state. The special, according- n tnanu j persons interested in New Mexico In the capital, would be worth millions f dollars as an advertisement. ft... L. .... ... ..j iiutinn .oniiniuoH on terr tones today directed Delegate Cameron to port his bill that the Arizona board f equalization levy and aaseas tuxes to continue the territorial government r the lust half of 1911 and the first half of 1912. An absence, of a similar motion for New Mexico Indicates that New Mex ico will be admitted to the sisterhood of slates In February or at the latest, early In March, I Dependent; h will have to wait bell her on tha clouds nor the capric ious pleasure of the unreliable nio Jitavo. lie will not have to wall until his neighbor gets through water Ing his Itmd before he can irrigate; When he needs water he can press the luilton and the wixurdry of electric ity will make his nlfnffa blossom as the rose; to mix up our metaphori cal blossoms a trifle. lie will hove, so to speak, Jupiter Muvlus roped, tide, branded and hitched to a stake. What we nued la one thoroughly equipped demonstration jmhiplng plant here, if one plant proves a auccess und It s shown by furls nnd figures that the Water Is there, a ml that It can be ruined cheaply and we cun go and look at the water coming out of the ground. It will not be long V.ntll the pumping proposition will be ft recognised necessity, the most prac ticable method of farming, the sen sible way to do It. A movement looking to the Insinua tion of such a demonstration plant would certainly receive cordial .. moral ami financial support from the J'eople of the cily and the valley. If Deinlng can do It, so can Al-lUqUirque. ur. INIVT KNOW WHAT Tlll.Y AllK. The erection of a nmtiunnlh plant fit Cutter, N. M., at a cost of 1160.000 for the treatment of vanadium bear ing ore l nn Instanc,, or f,.t tilt loil only are the people of New Mex " .e lenriilg how Ot develop w,il fcnown reninreea, but they are find ing out every few days Hint they ,Hv eollte valuable resource, litthcrio en tirely overlooked. There Is llule iloiibt that New Mexico miners lane wauled great quantities of this vana m bearing ore w hich now sells for 'Mid; Hk,. n dollar and a half a years no a central ,,,w mining inn u no the story runs, 1 two carload of ore to an n simitcr. e smeller superintendent pro ,r.ctd It worthless, but picking up chunk of sine out of a corner of 0 car he asked, "Clot any more of "m- ,'le wan told the company had been throwing thut kind of ore on the dump, "fililp your dump at once (aid the smelter man. They shipped he dump and tons of the same stuff they had been shoring up with tlm lers as A roof for the mine. It Is. a fact; not only are our pre. ent known resources iueKtimabln, but there are scores or things that we nss by or tread umlerroot dally which will on day be iiiuklng for tunes. Ajfjlji, New Mexico la the the typical strong hearted American empire builders hardy and honest and whole souled and always busy, But more thon that they are Just as much a unit as If the citizenship of Demlng were one entity; thpy are like members of a greot big hard working Jolly, affectionate Tnmlly, ever man a brother to tha next man, and every man looking out for the Interests of his neighbor as he boosts for his own personal prosperity. There Isn't a Jarring note In the whol0 chorus; their motto Is fun, fraternity, nnd friendship ns long as every man attends to business. If every city In New Mexico had n band of boosters such as that of Demlng absolutely nothing would be Impos sible to them. That banquet to the Albuquerque men at the end of their busy day 1n Ihe Mlmbres valley was Just about as happy an affair us any of the visitors ever hud the pleasure of attending; It was the slncerest courtesy and the acmo of hospitality and the spirit or the Demlng bunch Is us Infectious as "mull pox. Tli Impressive thing About Ihe whole day s visit was the utter unan imity of the Demlng crowd and the spontaneity of their boosting. They even accuse the Demlng men of talk ing about the resources of their vul ley and the growing of their city In their sleep; and the best thing ubout H "11 Is thut they believe It. It Is very much to be hoped that Albuquerque may soon have the plea sure of canceling this debt of hos Pltnlily. It Doming will send us up a little delegation or her splendid elllxens, we shall certainly do our host to return the courtesy In kind. Hut Albuquerque wilt have to admit that notwithstanding the great things accompliHiud by our reorganised Com menial club, the spirit and the effi ciency of the Demlng Chamber of Commerce, are Just a little bit ahead of us. The lesmin will be Useful. It will help greatly, will this little Junket, Jo remove any lingering truces of dis cord or disagreement from the local club. Demlng has opened our eyes lo what we can do with our larger ly and our larger field. Further more, It Is wonderful how ties are "iretiglhenod hy ,UI excursion like his; nearly twenty Albuquerque men heenme well acquainted with some lt.v Demlng men; Albuquerque understands now the accomplish meats and the needs and aspirations of the people of Demlng, and the men of Demlng have a llttl completer Understanding of the needs and as plratlona of the buslnes. men of Al bUMuerque and of Albuquerque's d- GAS, INDIGESTION AND DYSPEPSIA VANISH There is manifest a .strong and growing Interest in civic Improvement; the commercial value of the develop ment of parks, boulevards, and resi dential streets as a direct awjet In the permanent Krowth of a city. Is coming to receive wide, public recognition throughout the country. Kansas City. Denver., and more recently EI Paso I good" in Albuquerque and should be Piter striking examples of an awaken- iconsiuereq lor general use. Ing to the truth that residential at-I hycamore (Platunus occldentalls) tractions are of no less Importance to " sycamore or plane tree la well city than ita Industrial advantages, aaapieu oy snaue or crown and gen The discovery that beautv Is an asset 'ral hardiness for a street tree. The that can be realized on commercially J maln tm of the tree grows straight Is en exceedingly imoortant factor In resemonng me pines and spruces in than any other except the cotton wood. The form of the crown is desirable and the rate ot growth usually fairly rapid. The wood ia soft and like all of the maple family to which it belongs, its vltulity is not well preserved under . unfavorable conditions of moisture and .tempera ture. iHowever, the tree has "made modern civic growth. This factor, therefor. Is bound to receive the thoughtful consideration of every one Interested In the future development of Albuquerque. , In no other way can so much be accomplished by Individual effort and for both individual enjoyment and public benefit at large as by the lm provement and beautifying of the resi dence atreeta throughout the city. It Is the purpose of this article to In dicate briefly and aa clearly as pos sible how the Individual resident can assist In bringing about this greatly this respect, and the bark is light gray In color. The tree has not been sufficiently tried in town to prove its ultimate use as a street shade tree. There are many species of street trees much used in the eastern states which do not thrive in the southwest on account of the lack of sufficient moisture In the air. The maples, willows, cntalpa, magnolia and bass wooa or iimien are familiar ex ample The size of the trees for planting Is a matter of Importance. Because the trees should not .-ranch lower than six to seven - feet from 'the uc"" it-ami mrougn tne piaming oi .roomi n,i a .,, j.,. ,.m .......c erC Biong me Bireeis. ine inturv. It ia hlirhlu doairnhb. iw i fnua -.lr,l- ....1 , . l 1"- 7 - V ..m. , rnnroimi uiiuoriance in irooil-n aeil alnelr hl,l v, ,,,1 this consideration are what to plant, from nine to twelve feet In height or "..v.. v., ,,in.n, uou nuw 10 piaiu, una I two to three Inchaa In illnmutor Bi.-r.wura now 10 care ror tne growing smaller sized trees necessitate a de- stock. A lack of knowledge of these simple but essential points has doubt less kept many people from tuklng definite action In improving their yard and section of the streets, Albuquerque has a. climate well adapted to many ol 'he standard broad-leaf shade treea and also or namental evergreen for luwn plant ng. Furthermore, there la probably no occurrence Within the city limits of that coarse gravel cemented with lime, known as "caliche," which Is abundant In the lower Rio, Qrande valley and offers very unfavorable conditions for tree growth. f The planting: of "Ireet trees within the residence portion of any fclty is well known to be a paying nvestment. whether Improved or nlmproved, the lot with a row of thrifty shade trees is thereby en hanced In value far beyond the cost of the trees and thlr subsequent cre While a financial benefit accrues In this manner directly to the owner of lay In reaching a desired size and are more subject to early , deformity In shape. W hen to riant The best time to set out shade trees is during the period when the activity of the tree Is lowest or most dormant and preferably Just before root activity commences In the spring in Albuquerque, this period Is dur ing January, February and early March. However, very late fall and also late spring planting often suc- seeds well. Trees set out In Decem ber are subject to severe freezing. (In reality a drying process)' during the cold night In January, and also to the continual drying by the air during a time, when the soil is too cold to start any activity of the roots. By exercising care in setting nnd pruning the top well, trees may be successfully transplanted In this til mate aa late as April. How to Plant. First, the number and future loca the property, the hundreds of people ton of the tree should be decided Just a Little Diapepsin Wil Make Your Out-of-orde Stomach Feel Fine in Abou Five Minutes, Nothing will remain undigested or sour on your stomach If you will take a little Diapepsin occasionally. This powerful digestive and antaold though as harmless and pleasant as candy, will digest and prepare for asKimnaiion into the blood all the food you can eat. .. . .. . r.ui wnui your stomach craves, wimowt the slightest fear of Indl gestlon or that you will be bothered with aour rlBlngs, Belching Gaa on Stomach, Heartburn, Headaches from stomach. Nausea, Hud Breath, Water tirasn or a feeling like you had swal lowed a lump of lead, or other dis agreeable miseries. Should you be suffering now from any stomach dls order you tan get relief within five minutes. if you will get from your pharma cist a 50-cent case of Pape'a Dlepep aln you could always go to the table with a hsarty appetite, and your meals would taste good, because you would know there would be no Indigestion or Sleepless nights or Headache, or Stomach misery all the next day; and, besides, you would not need laxatives or liver pills to keep your stomach and bowela clean and fresh. rapes Diapepsin can be obtained from your druggist, and contains more than sufficient to thoroughly cure the worst case of Indigestion or Dyspep sia. There is nothing better for Gas on the Stomach or sour odors from the stomach or to cure a Stomach lleaduche. ion counmt keep a handier or more useful atiicls In the house. MANY APPLICATIONS FOR WATER POWER SITES Washington, Jan. SS. Applications to the forest service for permit to use water power sites within national forests now nuumbcr twenty-eight. Since the promulgation of the new regulations twelve projects have been acted on. The permit pending nre located in Washington, Oregon. Mon tana, Idaho, Colorado, Utah and Min nesota. ill is expected these will be passed on within a short time. They are now In the hands of the district for esters and If favorably reported will le turned over to the companies, which will build the projects. Th best Sadliia hnraaa In It V.A In tha city are at W. L, Trimble's. Ill North SWnn1 street: rhnne I Safety Razor, Blades') i c "fcr! 1 '."ai'irLi: A&i J a-Maa. tHlCACo L J l erque patrons leave !.Ih,ii who use the street derive pleasure and comfort In summer from the trees. In which sort of a city would you expect to find Ihe , people- the more Imppy and contented. In a tree less city or In one, with .welt, shaded i reem arm avenues 7 Wliut to Plant. The question of what sort of trees to plnnt In the first essential to be decided In practical tree planting. Due upon. For a 100 foot frontnge, six trees are usually used, while a 60 foot frontage requires either three or four, depending on the presence and size of trees on the adjacent lots. It Is Important that tha trees be located In the center of . the ooen parking or apace between the side walk and the curbing line. Tho ciy engineer should be consulted on this point, since the width varies for dlf- - i V J t .--n Grows Hair and we can PROVE IT! PkANDERINE u to the hair what freih showers of rain and lunshine are to vege jtion. It poei ntrht to the roots, in vigorates and itrcnpthees them. Its exhila rating, stimulating arid life-producing prop, cities cause the hair to grow abundantly long, strong and beautitul.. It at onCem purts a sparkling brilliancy and velvety soilness to the hair, and a few weeks use will cause new hair to sprout all over the scalp. Use it every day for a short time, after which two or three times a week will be sufficient to complete wliatever growth you desire. , A lady from St. Paul writat ia ubataace, aa follow! "Whea i bents ualug Uanderlna my hair would oul come to mj aoulcWn and uuw It ! away below oiy blpt. Another from Newark, N. J. "I liava Iwen nitng liauilerlaa regu larly. W lieu 1 Ant aiarUMl lu um Ti 1 hail vi ry little hair, aow I liava the nioel beautiful long- and thick hair uyon would waut to liava." NOW at all drusjcjlala In three sizes. 23c. 50c and $1.00 ' per bottle. Danderine enjoys a greater sale than any other one preparation regard less of kind or brand, and it has a nmcb greater sale than all of the other hair preparations in the world combined. Uy - w " flat . . ...tiA Fra Tu hu"' huwfuSlyaliidirlas acu, we will .unci a Lru- l ample free uy return mall to autooe J who aeoUi uiU b ee cuupua to the K.NOWLTON DANDERINE CO. , Chicaso, 111. 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Ttetnembcr It will cost vou nothing for this won derful new prescription discovery just 'fill out coupon, and you will receive prescription nnd book by return mall, all charges paid. to the shape of crown and hurdlness rrent streets but is fixed by a city of growth, certain trees nre better ordinance for each Individual street, adapted than others for street use. W14e, Parking for residence streets It la a matter of common experience ,Ve h far th most satisfactory re-. in the early stages of our western towns, that only the rapid growing trees are selected. Hut such trees, ns a rule lack hardiness nnd are easily injured or killed and are relatively short-lived. The use of cottonwood as a street tree about town Is a typi cal of this practice. The following species of tree have proven well adapted for plontlng In Albuquerque. Black Iocust (Roblnla pseudaca- cla): This tree la one of the hardiest. withstanding drought, heat and cold; has a generally upright crown and Is a rnpld grower; and has ornamental qualities in flowering season. It needs an abundance of light, however, nnd therefore, should not be planted under tinuous .curbing on each side, and suits in tree growth as well as the most pleasing street effect. The rule Is practically universal throughout the country to have close curbing In business districts nnd wide parkin in residential districts, thus making a pleasing contrast. The best re suits In street tree culture are ob tinned by having nn open parking outside the sidewalk from four to si feet in width; and furthmore, regard less of the width, it Is of prime im portance that the stroet curbing be laid since it Is nn effective aid protecting the trees from nnlmnls and vehicles and also forms a basin for holding the soil and Irrigation water. The attractiveness of a street Is surprisingly enhanced bv a con shade. Good specimens are common throughout town. Some thrifty young trees about 20 feet in height may be seen In front of the Public Library in the highlands. The tree grows best in porous alluvial soli and for that reason is well adapted to soil condi tion east of the railroad. The presence of a bitter resin in the bark nets as a protection to the tree against Injury from gnawing by animals. American or White Elm (Ulmus Amerlcuna): This specie of elf Is one, of the standard street trees from tho Atlantic to the Rocky mountains. It hn proven specially well adapted for the lower portions of Albuquerque or west of the railroad. Examples mny be seen around the Alvarado hotel grounds and In Itobinson park, as well ns In many private yards. The lm Is hardy and very long-lived, and has no serious enemy, either fungus or Insect, It hns a dense foliage and 111 endure a degree of overhead shade. American Ash (Fraxlnu Amcrl n nn) : Ureen Ash (Frnxlnun lsnceolata): Vurlous species of ash. Including white ash and mountain ash, or na tive ash, are standard for street plani ng throughout the southwest. They are nil especially hardy, though some- wnnt siow in growth, and develop a symmetrical crown well adapted fur use along street. Russian Mulberry (Morus Alba tnr- tarlca): This tree ranks In the hard iest class of shade trees, enduring In remarkable manner, drought and heat. Its rate of growth Is satisfact ory and it furms a full symmetrical rown. The mule tree l greatly to be desired, since the fertinle tree bv shedding Its crop of fruit In midsum mer badly litters the ground be neath. Honey Locust (Acacia trlncanthus) : This tree bears lonir dark-colored pines but thrives very well in Albu- querquo. The large seed pods nre persistent Into the winter and add a picturesque feat urea The spines act as a protection against Injury, and the rapid growth and the beautiful large. ompound leaf are points In favor of the tree. Specimens occur In Robin son park and nearby private yards. tiox-einor (Acer negundn): This tt'llh (llll.... T. " " ' - umum I -.'- nrrr neauilMllf. lllia trLh...n 1'"' I,fU Co" " W. Cen. tree has undoubtedly been planted In - - ! I greater abundance in Albuuueraus property values are thereby lmme dintely enhanced. The essential point In planting tree is to loosen up the soil, which through years of packing has become firm, A hole about three feet square by two to three feet deep should be made and about oneharf filled with prepared soil. The tree should be set about three Inches deeper than It stood In the nursery and the re' mnlnder of the soil added and firmly packed about the roots. This Is one Of Ihe essentials In tree planting, otherwise air la too freely admitted with the result of quickly drying out the soil, and the tree will also suffer from the mechanical effect of the wind The prepared soil consist ot the addition of well rotted manure which aids powerfully instlmulatlng early root development, thus giving the young tree a momentum In early growth which will have a lasting ef feet. A mixture 'of one-quarter of well rotted manure and three-quar titrs of loam makes n desirable soil In the highlands some canal soil mny be added with good effect where the native soil-Is very sandy. In many pluces, however, the manure will suf ficiently loosen (a very Important factor) and enrich the soil A very liberal Irrigation should be given Immediately nfter planting the tree, and this repeated at intervals of three to seven days, depending tipon the season of the year. Too frequent and heavy watering so fills the soil as to exclude the air which Is as ne cessary for plants as for animal life. The tree must be protected against Injury or else the past effort and ex pense will be lost. ' Trees for street planting mny be obtained from commercial nursery men of whom there are large number throughout the middle .west onl southwest, Including several local dealers. Cnre nnd roiertnn. No mistake s so common or ser ious In caring for trees as the pre vailing custom of frequent nnd shal low application of water around the base of the tree. This method results In the formation of numerous short roots around the mnin tnproot. Water should be applied In sufficient quan tities so as to penetrate deeply and Widely and thu encourage the lateral growth of the root system. In no other way can healthy aturdw ti,r.,.. Coupon for Free Prescription DTI. D. 3. WALSH, Send me at once all charges paid, your free prescription for my ense and your book Rll entirely froo to me. My Nnino Is AND FUFK BOOK, My Address Is Age . .How long afflicted?. , . If your disease Is not on the Hat opposite write the name here: Box 2091 BOSTON. MASS. My Principal Trouble Has Been: Make a cross X In front of your trouble. Two crosses XX In front of the one from which you suffer most. Rheumatism i Lumbago Diabetes Dropsev Neuralgia Diarrhoea Constipation Indigestion Headache Dizziness Kidney Trouble Bladder Trouble Heart Disease Impure Blood Female Trouble Torpid Liver Partial Paralysis Nervousness Malaria Blight's Diseass be produced where natural soil mois ture Is present In Insufficient quant ity. Instead of a five to ten minutes' irrigation each, day, when only a few inches of the surface soil is wetted, apply the same nmount of water for nn hour or more once a week. By this method you put the greater purt of the water where the hot noonday sun of the following day can get It and whore the true .needs It most. Construct large earth buslns around each tree, or far better, where the surface Is level, .flood the whole ground surface between the sidewalk and the street curbing, using smiill broad dams If necessary between your lot nnd those of your neighbors. i?y the latter method, less water Is re quired for producing the smile given results upon the tree than by the antiquated shallow surface method where at least fifty per cent Is lost by direct evaporation. In securing protection to the tree from animals tho curbing again acts as an effective aid. An Injury to the bark allows the entrance of harmful ' fungi which soon weaken or destroy the tree, so It is important that trees ue proiecieu Dy u iree box con structed either of heavy galvanized wire or lumber. Tho former style In ornamental patterns mny be pur chased , from hardware dealers. Wounds thut have started should at once be filled with some waterproof nnd antiseptic material such as coal tar. Only slight pruning should be done during the first year, merely to pre vent the formation of new "branches on ,the trunk of .the tree below a height of about seven feet above the ground. The best time for regular pruning Is In the middle of winter when the tree is In a dormant con dition. Moderate pruning is usually required at the end of tho first sea son in order to direct the grow th Into the mnin branches so as to form nn open crown of desirable shape. The trunk should be clear of all branches up to a height of about seven feet, i There Is a notable lack of atten tion to proper pruning of street trees throughout the city nnd It Is not un common In our best residence nor. Ions for , pedestrians, to suffer con stant annoyance or dnmngo to bats nd other wearing apparel from low overhanging branches. This sltim- lon may easily be remedied nn.i ii one wuicn snouiu receive early at- cntlon QJMhe pan of every property owner, if not by the municipal au thorities. In conclusion, it is-the urgent de sire of the park committee that they may be of h much assistance ns pos sible to the people of Albuquerque In the planting of street trees and thus help along one Important phase of the much needed civic improvement of our town. The committee which consists of B. Spitz, It. W. D. Bryan, nnd W. . R. Mattoon, will be glad to answer inquires concerning the plant ing of shade trees throughout the city. CHICHESTER S PILLS Sadlral A.a.a, Itra.i.,,,- filial. SXtZXCh Tela W. IU, .r S IMAONB Mil ,V, t-'ViX Do you know that fully nine out of every ten cases of rheumatism are simply rheumatism of the muscles due to cold or damp, or chronic rheuma tism, and require no Internal treatment whatever? Apply Chamberlain's Lini ment freely and see how nulcklv it gives relief. For sale by all dealers. THE WM. FARR COMPANY Wholesale and retail dealers In Fresh and Salt Meats. " (Sausage a peelalty. For cattle and hogs the biggest msr'-et orlc.es are paid. ELKS' THEATER ' THURSDAY, FEB. 2, 'II The Beautiful Down East Play Along the Kennebec Staj;p(I Willi All Smh-Iii Soonerjr HEAR the Coined v Oiiartolte the Ciood Singing; ' SEE tlic Jtcnllsllc Snow Slorni tlie !Kuiiii.V Duel Stvno I lie fi brillin;; I '.xploMoii Scene c'lkvuit ciiauactf.u kik- i.i.tii:s HHKillT Mt SIC anil COMK.DY rides-50c, 75c and $1 Seals at MalHon's f S010 BY lUCLOGISrS tVLRYHHtitf I " 4