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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1915. Crescent Hardware Co. t 0. P. VICTORY unit rilling, I'liiinliiMC. Healing, Tin nml Sis v. c i:TiiAL i:. Tunis Iron l'iM', Vulvcit ( upper Work. ii:i.i riioNi: sir... AT MIDI 10 Use "DIAMOND M" Flour A Fancy Patent Hard Wheat Flour BE CONTESTED, Sll DEMOCRATS publl. nil, !6; Mim;i l TrujUlo. l lliu i rut, i. For i unstable: Cfiinilo l.i.cvro, re publican, Uli; ,hu, ii Cal.ibu.ii. I, 'lit Ilio r rii I, 74. , ' IM.I'l IU.IC S II TOUIOt S I V I'A.f Alii TO I'ltl t IXCT The nml r i Mi i: I ire in in rii . syl AMI. Tolmblv (In- lil-l of ll.c mii-m.h it a : i : i I. in' I itisii ( i: -i : t i : i; 1 1 uu- (i. i i i i tin i cm u w.i. ( hi rsi:, I I. mi nml u Mil I hill. I 'm' )l It. Ht friend h Iim with i.-i cut ii Illll.ll'll- In a Ml I III' illllc 1 I s II will ii-iirn of Ii'h il' nth tut. ,Mi I 'li ii w III in- Ill ml I In- f hum n i, n b.g H ul In I Mil, llll Hull. Tllii !( lull wuM fiilrly t losclv con tested Ht I'ujiit'jiii, fri.ui which r I urns were leeched rstci day. I epul.lli uiih elided boll) Justice constable. Tin- vontc wits: For Juitlcc: I'. V, Sii in hcz, n-pub-limn, 35: D. Kubi, -li Ix.ciih. I!'.1. For constable: I'. I'ciiii, republican, 3.",; X, i'i'IIz, citizens, .1.'. ('Ill' IK". I W.i v . I; I ' i l.lgllt oil 1 1 ll I i' 1 1 II 14 nil ,""M :i i ii K.iv. r Sunlit I l lllll llullli' Alienor, .in nffir M ilu.iuki & Si. I lis III Hie Wi l l' tlii-ir l'i I'l.il 1 r i 1 1. ! I uf I In I'.nil lull hiii' l.isl rii-'. i'i- Tlicir Election Judge, Ariiving Eaily, Finds Republican in His Place, Party Leaders .State, BOARD OF HEALTH TO HOLD HEARING ON . INFORMATION HERE IIUMI i; wen l.lr iliii'ii. I M.S. WARD'S til MwbloAwi. ri.onet 2l)-au I HUM Kit II. WAHD, Mgr. m STORE I In M llw ii u Uii' iriwiii' car Fe I in i ii Xo. I. i Kli ill. Ill) I tlipluv uf til'' railroad, has lii'i'ii sick u ;t:i: smiiii Firth strut, lor mm ! Hi, i n . wok. Mr : Icily yi m hlil.iy rc Ht ill ii 1 1 l.'K rn 111 iinlinuiic UiK Ihi' ili mil In A li Mow ll, I'll., of Inn i. in Hi. i. i:iih.ini i;. w. Lid;., I'H mi l Iv iff lliln I ll;, . SAYS BALLOT BOX WAS YARD FROM WINDOW CIVIC BODIES TO MEET IN COMMERCIAL CLUB NEXT THURSDAY NIGHT Affidavits Prepared for Ninety-eight Men Thought to Have Voted for Trujillo for Justice, , Tllill Mil' cIl'Clll.ll l,f republican ,..,. 'Hie iiii'illnii ul' I Ii.- nrliiim i n ic I 'li'li'li'M fur Justice .hi. I cninilnlilc ul lioilli'N nf Albiiiiicriiie Willi ll Hun In! Allilncdu w until In- cnntesled, wiim the lime l.ccti In lil lit the Woman's clnli f liiti-lm-iit of democratic li-aili'l'H here MoiiiIiiv night Cor the purpose nf hj n- j yM'TiJuy. Til In was after they hml 'I hi- stale board ul health will hol'l il spot i.i tiM-ctliiK liere February X to holl ii hearing on nil Information filed ugu'nst a doctor for the purpose of having hlM license revoked, Dr. I., li. Jtii'e, iilchiilint ol the liourd, Hall! iiot ihkIii uiioii hii- t-. t nil. from Kant i !'', '.Villi. ,,i l. nil. -.J to- liourd ImclliiK. ir. l:lcc di'i lined to Inline I he liiiyslclini ii4:iins whom the in fill iniit.ii.il wiim filed. I'illi'.'ii iiiid iii- i.iiiih fur Ihcn.-iiH Hire ricchid lit Suntu Fe. Ir. Klce niiide the llii hy uulomo hile. lie W'lllllH ul4lolllohiliHtM HHullldl attciiiiliiK the lili. IK cinonmereil heiay mid ulinoFt linimssM Id . niio' hetweeii l.ii li.ijmlii hill mil Sunlii I'e. It look him four Iioiiim lo k from tlie lop of the hill to Simla Fe. STATE BOOK IS BEING DELIVERED B .E. Commissioner of Publicity Is Mailing Out Copies of Pub lication; Is a Remarkable Work. BERNALILLO COUNTY HAS RECORD FOR SALE OF HUNTING LICENSES Deputy liume Warden I'ane 'tel'o. ..I' Sunlu Fe, who ns here for Urn incetlns: of the Itio Grande (lait'i- ami Fish I'rotectiv e axsoi ialioii, hhUI that Deputy (Jiiine Wji'ilrn Tmiy Ciniz tin ' fold more huiilin llcenseH hi I'.erni llllo than had heen sold In any county 111 the i late thin winter. The receipt from HceiiHiH lsued hy Mr. nrti". iimount to more than $l,t)0o. Crystal Theater TODAY 221 (South Si-court blreet. I Hi: I'KODl (T- ilaiiipl. illi Maurice l'oii ,, s k i; ii.i.i:js s. nml .vn i:. :o i.adiii. I take IhiH method to annotinit thai I have opened a m- hmik cI'isk which w ill uive the I.iiIii h in lliin to n imi op. portunity to learn to do their own ilresHtiiakiiin. .Mrs M.. Iiichter. 1110 North Second direct. I UOM Till; SHADOWS' llliini aph. I 1 1 ... i, . . i ' i.o v i 'I leiiiiil I.Iiik the work for chic im provement and pli.i init the ( haiiliilile work of the cily on an nttninlzcd lin- mk wan inHlpoiii-d on iiccoiint of heat In tin ihvIi.k t. heen Ititorvlewed hy I'ernard Falken rich of Alameda, who came here yen tclilav looiiilm. u'iii. r...... ...I,., ......... . ...... ..in.. .i.ij the icailei'H of that precincl. Wnmiiu'n club I Mr. Fnlkenricli went hn k w ith a mPiiiniliT-; liiiii'l -i iiUit Hank I StronK Brothers r" Undertakers l'llOMIT M HVKIl I'IIOM'1 75. Ki'llilMi III.K., (IJIT1 It AND SI I USD. LOCAL ITEMS or I TEH EST 'l.iliilniK iih lo the place Inn, thoHe In limine of had failed lo lime il hinted, nod the iiiiih were found to he too lincoin- f. n till. I.' to pcl init of holdliiit the Ill.'l'tlllU. Tin- iiieeliiiB will lie held 'I'hul'Hdiiy nifcht lii the pniloin of the I'ommer iliil cluli. which are iihvayn well liiiiled. It Ih hoped thai a la I Ki ll ,,w il will he on hand, iim ev en body in the city h Inleri'Mted In the micccm nf tin nioveineiit tlml I to he under taken. The general public In Invited, iih II Im to he a mai'H meeting hiii) Hot confined to the memliein of uny h,i clal i.l'Kii l.Uill l"lt. uffnlavllH to the BROTHERS FROM TWO Ifi ZONES 'd I he ll t-j effect thm -,he UiiderKlHed" had the hilildlntf ; Voldl the lieinocralle ticket Unit 1... u of Ii Kill i!(e and u iiualifled voter of the precincl. Mr. Falkcnrlih kuIiI over the loim diKtaiice telephiine after inn return to Alameda lb.it he uonl.l iiHk vutci"i H hoin he believed to have I . ciiHt their vote for Juntici- MiKuclin, r r n i i Trullllo and Juan Ciirahajnl. thelUDC L0ITICS r fOHl BelaiUITl 3110 VISITORS HER E Fee' cuiuly more Our linnic-mude l ,llllli In lire extra Komi. Mm. V. V. Vaimlin him gone to limm-avlllc, Tex., to vli.it relative.' I". J llei f the Harvey IHWH H'txicf, ha redirnfd from l.i An- Kile llllll the Hall DliUO ('Xpnhllloll, Mm. Demie Jiiffil. Who wa.1 at l,o Aiiki'Iik, l'al:f., oil n Mill to relative Mini lileinlH, Inn) ri.'lurneii to the city. DUIilct FlBcat Agent Albert Moirix, or til.' lun-Hl Ki-rvlie, lift liM iihih. lor nolilheiil Allntia. lie will be (.-nii- l. wet-kn. Comity (Ti-ik W.UI.i r i "i nlay U- filcil a llcciiHe lo ninny to ''all A Miller mid Millie Aline t'laik, both of lill AimeleH ,Mr.. T. U. Wlntfey. if" nf lh'' inaoaiier of the National Woolen M I Dm. hiii retiirneil to the illy utter i Unit nf lu'Veml weelsn Willi relallM-a ; mill filcnilK In TemiH. JinlH" H. F. IC.iy inililH returned luxt j liiKlil. He will bv III llli: chu III b. I'M 'it , the cituilhotoie at H "tl u'i lock lh' morni'ig to mil the civil dm ki't fur the puipoMi of ilili.lni; It nf old caHc John A. Xi - Unit, mipieine pi ihIiIciiI nl the IW nevolenl I oiler ol I lies, in in the illy from F.I I'uhh, Ti-x. Mr. N' Ihi, n l lien- for ttie pilipnfe of oi -;.ililnllig a loilge "i Dependent lb i ill UiIh i Hy, There Will be II pci'lill tneellug oi l Tui'MiiniHi' DAUlun No. IT", !. I. A ' to li. of t i: , at Woodmi'U'K hall llilnj ..It. 1 1 1 t at 2 It'l o'clock All MKln- 11 1 ale ii .iHhtcd to be pnMciil. Vil tniM wclcomi' 'Ibele ulll be il I I It ll 1,1 1' IIHcIIIIk nf tie Wnllll ll'lS lielll f ColpM HllH llll' l - iiiinii iii if :t ii o'clock iii a, ii r w.i hall. All inciubciK me reiiuehled In! be pi.', ul, ti Iheic Ih a licit in lo'i' j tut HioMi w ho iilteinl I .1 M. Snllic. tin- MC II ll 'I 111' II. Ii.'l' of I Hie Sollle-l'i tci h l('iitniuie cm II pa 1 1 y, i b II c.i-ilay or l,aUi liiiiil. I'lic, lie il' whli Ii city In owiik a bin' oraiute a. id ll limn cliivi', lie , xpei tu lo be llbi lll i a 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 ll or ki weekii. 1 Word has l.i . n rei ehi d by Mm i" ! II. I'",ll ol the 1 1 1 it ( 1 1 III Mull. .11.1, Mull,, nf In i f.ilher, Join. In-nt. Mr. I . ul wan well known In A Ibiniin i ipi". ll.ultiK lulled here Hbnlll llllee Ve.lis UK", at Willi ll time he made ninny 'PEG 0' MY HEART' TELLS A PRETTY STORY m " " The ullracllon Ht the l'rytal llieii ler nil January 21 Will he "I'eg ' Sly lleiirt." I jiuretle Ta lor'u n m rvi-DjiimI V unccKHf ul Irhiiupli tli.it lecently cou i lulled it'H Kcconil ycur at Ihe hetiutl lul i'iii-I theal.-r 111 .New Vork. Thin j miccei-ifiil coniedy, hy J Hartley Man- ner.i Ih wild lo lie inn- ol ine preiiieni and cliiillil 1iI,im iiccii nil the Htllffi' j ' ill V i 'il I h, ! The Hlory cone, i nn a young It-lull ' Ami ili an glil w ho Iuih been brought up In poverty and win' I" suddenly! I liaiiHpla.ileil lo the home nf unknown f and ai ialoci atic relative! in FiiHland. ' I 1 1 it ti n fu m 1 1 In i -it y with the wug ofi I hluh Hi'iletv geiM her liilii nil Hol'l nf, j trouble and leads to iiuiuerous comic i UltuatioiiH. Tin re Is an abunilaiii'i' ol'j jili vi-r Irish wit and a beautiful lnc . i Mury In j-eiiiluiK Hi's cnmpiiny here Mr. MoIom ii has taken Kieat plaiim In io llecling the i ant that would In every way rival the one that capHtaleil New York rily. It liiclinles Marlon Dent Iri', KM'l.vn Yai'iloii, Joseph Yanner, William Yerance, Harold West. John lieinocralle candidates, In sign the forma today. Three llcpubllcitn .luilgi-h. When iMnlliaiio KiiIn, the democrat ic Judge, went to Ihe voting place at Meliiilaii Martlne.' house nhout H:2U o'clock Monday mornliig he found that l-'iiiiicisco Koincio, u re pUhlUuti, hud been selected III Ills place, according to Mr. Falkenricll. He nild Mr. Sals left the Kcmpenlch utoi'ij ut VI 5 o'clock. The polls w ere to have opened ul , according lo the county .ominlsKionciM' proclu million. The oilier two Judges, who were ap pointed i.j the county coiiiiiiIshIoiuhi, were republicans. Mr Other From Mexico; Former Witnessed Night Attack by Zeppelin on Antwerp, K, Trevor and oilier capable playclM. DEATHS AND FUNERALS. i-jibci i : i in i-n . All.s l-nl. I : . 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 K. i , IJ Veins obi, ili-.l at t n't bilk l Mill li.l v l.l'li'.'.ioo'l .11 Ihe hi. I. in of hi'l' piilcllls, , and MlM. S. 1 1 II 1. 1 ' I ;-.plllos;l, I .' Si Mt ll .l.'llll .lici t. I'l lMlti' ill. n il. I h. l V ii i-b Will be Uni'll at III Id 1'H'll '' n'l luck this 1 1 . t I m chapel. iltlCI- Hill lal will Ic In S in .lose c' liu'lei v . M i Wile . Ihe M Funeral nouiii-ed Mrs. H, U. .leiiiili.K'.. ll. II. Jennings, 'J I t n i old f Die liiecliii lib a I iu.'-li artni it mini si hiiol. died Monday night. ill l.lllgl'llicllls w ill be 111-lalcr. Fnlkenricli said that voles were received through a window which hud ! beet. iaii;d a bout two inches. Tilt! "" "in moon on a lai.ie about a yunl from the window. It eotild hardly le nocii from Ihe outside, he , hii Id. I I'hi.ncil Here for Time. I lie ileii.i.crals w u n I nil Mr. SaiH to he preiicnt at the count when Ihe pulls wern closed, in cfirding to Mr. Fulkeiiiich, hut Luis Frlegi. was se lected hy the Judges, i'llegu is ree ugnl.ed as ll ilemoi lal, however. Sir. Falki'iirlcli went to the iiolla ut o'clock and Ihe election was being h "Id llieii, he said. lie went hack to the store and teh p honed to I Albuijueiiiiie, wskinu what time 11 wan. J He Wum lold It wan then !i o'clock, the ! hour fl."d by the county commlM- slonciM for the opening uf the voting j pliiccs. I A purtv li'Hiler here was informed j by Mr. Falkenricll Hint five men who I had lived In Ihe Alameda precincl j several years were not permitted to j vote been use, it was said, they hud J not iiualifled by length of residence, j These iii-n were expei led lo vole Ihe j ilcinoi lullc ticket, II Was said. The I on mo lender wiim informed Hint the j jh.IIm were closed for nearly an hour) jut noon, while the Judges went to ' dinner, j Tnke Vol cis' Names. j Another democrat - the (oni! to I whom '-'a Ikcui Ich telephoned the! DrolhcM who have seen war on two coiitlnentD, separated by the At lantic, urc vlsitlim their cousin, Al Coleman, VY't st Tl jeras avenue. (Hit- Ih Victor De Siueth, an clectriciil engineer at Anvcr.. Ilelglum. befoi'..' iermany praitlcitllv (-rancil the llttlo kingdom from the map, and the other Is Henry lie Smi th, a cattle ruiser at Casus Urai. de, Mexico. Mr. Coleman had not seen Henry, w no is Ihe elder, for twenty-five i years and the younger brother for ,i longer time. Mr. Coh-ni.ni brought the elder to this country with hint when hp last vlited Delgluin. Victor, who left Antwerp August 27 known the exact spots where five honihs were dropped by n Zeppdia, the flrt to fly over the war time capi tal. Jt was the time when the Her man airmen evidently attempted lo destroy tb,. palace of Justice and the ri,ynl paluce, but their ulm was spoil ed by Ihe peod of the dirigible. Thp bom Iih dropped near these places. Mr. De Siueth described the raid. The propeller of the Zeppelin make j no much poise that It can be heard at I a great distance. To avoid apprising ! Ihe people of Antwerp of Its ui.nro.ich the balloon Was xent past the c.ty and then ullowed to drift over It, with engines dead, In ulr currenlH. Thus the citizens were not aware nf Hie. planned ntlaclc from the air un til the Hist bomb fell. That was at I o'clock in Ihn morning. Mr. De Smclli ran out of Ilia house mid followed th" course of the y.eppllin over the city, which was marked by Ihe pot where five bombs fell a Intervals in a fairly i.lraight line. Only one bomb' hit II bject at whii h It was appiireiilly uimed. That watt a fortification. It was the last IhiiiiIi dropped. The for I was wrecked hut there were no Holdiers there. Onlv one b nml, caiiMcd death. It killed five woni'-n, three children and a luilice- n not her. Mr SPRINGER TRANSFER Wt-ll Kollcd 1 loisc Miinuie lot Lawns, hie. ( Mill OF Til Whs. We desire to express our sun re thanks to Hie many friends who wee jso kind lo us on th casion of I'm I recent illness and death nf the l.ii Wlill.nc M. Applev, and especially lo ltcv. C, il. Itei'kmau and the incnilu is i uf the 1', mil. is' lniluii i MUS. MIN'MK Al'I'l.DY, CIIAYCi: AI'l'I.KY. ( lass loiilgbi, H In ; dance nil..,., w n ill. Ilmw-icr nrclicsliil. Colonil.o hall. inuriiitig of election day -said he had j man besides maiming given him the NYstorii Cnloii lime. De Smcth staled. , It was liefoie II o'clock, he said. He was told that Mr. Sals had gone to the ! pulls ut : It o'clock and hml been apprised of the election of a third I republican Judge 10 take his plnee. The nami'H of vuters were taken us ; they voted mid ninety-eight men ! thought In be uppoitei n of Fa Ik en -j rli'h cast ballots, he was lold. Tho list, be asserted, contains the Humes j nf nnii-rcshb nts of the precinct. I The Uitmctln precinct normally j has given a democrat io pliirullty. This 1 was the case at the November elec- linn. Scinl-of fiel.'.l returns from the i prei iuct, receiv ed here yesterday, fol low: Cm Justice: Ailoll'o Suiuloval Kamllo llorsns. Trimblt)'. lied Harn i 4 A t O00O0OO00O0O0OO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOq Extra Special Read This LIKE GIVING AWAV MONEY. Hoys' Norfolk Suits 1 .il j: u i - iu. ,li il la h 'v SI IT luiiiii'i I' 'XI .-III $3.75 $4.50 $5.65 i;, Mii.l Onlfi'!. 0. it ii ii 1 1 1 1 . I., WA .Sll I! (N CO, i 7 tf i mw i i l ighted llullilliigs Tai-gels. The rain of bombs took Antwerp totally by surprise. The city was al y lighted, muklug nit excellent target In the tlermans who had cnrefullv extinguished every light on their ae rial grev hound. Antwerp learned a lesson thi n. Artcrwai'd the city wild dark at night and searchlights sent long, iniiuirmg beams thousands of feet Into the i.ir. Mr. De Siueth left before the Her man alliick on Antwerp, going first lo Liverpool and nailing trom that port for America. He told of the careful progress of the steamer through the Knglish channel. It win under way only in daytime and then with fishing boats nailing ahead, feel ing for mhicii, the passage taking siv eral days. He has been visltlnK his brother in Mexico. Henry De Kmeth said that Cm. Jose Ync Sala.ar had been in the neighborhood of Cusun lirandes. Salu .ar'n following is very small, he said, tit-ucral Ilia has sent r.OU troops af ter him. They will remain here several days. The younger hi other will go from here lo Sun l':..nenco and thence to Hnglaod by way of the I'anama canal. Ills sister, driven from lor home ill Antwerp, is now in Fnglund. Wlnt'er A Ills I. lime has been ib-st ro I'd. .Ml. De i "il noes lint know. lie nas given llclfilnin relief ortfuiiiniilhuiH In sev er. it illics of thiy couiiliy vuluuble assist, nice. His fei'v ici'H III I Ills line vv c v uole hi thy in I'M rami. ! I lis. i..oKlil. N ,,, V; ib.in e all, r viai.l lti,o-l.'i i.li tii sliu. I iibniils, ball I'. II KIWI II. M D , II. (I. j ll.l.',i alblc hH'i l,ili-l II i ..l all , in ., l ie , a . i if i ., Mi to . I i . 1 1 I . I . i' I n.. ui I,,,., and -.j I i-li Ml In' I ,.ii .ll u I . , IDQIATfTOnASSIFY 1 1 'I'he New Mexico stale book for Use at Ihe Km Diego exposition began to come from the press yesterday, und Coininls duiier of Publicity A. V.. Kimblcr. Ji slurteil the work of dls tl il llilnj copies of the book as well us of the II. tint) pamphlets devoted to Ihe diff "i-i nl counties of the state. The hulk nl the hunks and pumphlcta will be sh 'ppi'd to Han Diego, but a I limited number Is being dintributcd ! to people ill New Mexico at the pics-I cut lillle. I The inolion picture booth haa been set up In the state's building at San! Diego, a n I pictures have been shown! there for several days hy W. Moore nf Albuiucr.ue, the operator em ployed by Ihe hoard. i.urgc und i-n-thiislusllc crowds have seen und ad mired the pictures. The work of the board of commi. sinners for the past year is u most In teresting story, and one of Ihe most Interesting fcuturcs of It Is the publi cation f the slate look. An expen dituro of neurly $l.-,,00() was Involved In the publication of this book and the pamphlets. It has over 300 pages, exclusive of the index, etc. The nrtl cb'H have been prepared by authori ties ulong- Ihe different lines, many of the community articles have been, prepurcd by leading wrilurs of the respective Kctllcmenls; others nre by men known nil over the state und indeed outside of It, for their writ ings. .Some of Ihe Features. There Is u generul stute story by Paul A. V. Wulter which covers the various .ifllvltii-M of New Moxlco in a thorough manner, evidencing umply the knowledge of Xew Mexico gained h.V him as a writer Hnd newspaper man of many years' experience and as j supcivis'i- of the last censilH. Therp are also mverul shorter articles by Mr. Walt!- of subjects connected with nrchueology und history, on both of which matters he Is well quulified to write. There is u special article by A. I. Itlngland, district forester, on the na tional forests of the state, a good roads article by Francis I-;. Lester und one by D. H. Lune, and a whole host of ill list rations of state officials, state points of Interest, und the like, be side plenteous illustrations for every article in the book. The article on the Ktate Federation of Women's dill s Is by Mrs. It. V. Asolund. I hut on mining is by Fayette A. Jont-s, In , fact, eucii article is by the person, best fltti-i to write It In the state. In addition to the general articles! ure literally a hundred county aril-; l ies, resume of Industries to bij found j in the different counties, etc. . The cover Is a handsome one in five ; colors, showing the state building , much as il appears today ut Kuu Die-i go. The book has brought muny con- i grutulnlioiis to Mr. Koehler und to i the board. Copies of It are to be! placed in the offices of the iiewspu-! pern and libraries and there is no! question but what it will form u very' valuable reference work in these! places. There has never been u state book to which more attention was! given In the making, urulmblv there ! has nev er been a slate book of such j scope, and certainly there has never i.ccn one ot such size. As an aid to reference work is an Index of special value. This Index cnnlaiiiM references and cross-rel'i iciiccs in great number. It occupies five pages or hiii, ill type. There are county indices, rhowing all that may be found under the county headings, mid general indices thai show where may be found all the tvf. erenecs to water supplies, irrigul ion, pumping, timber, hot springs, mining, etc., all through the list of important j topics In the state, in each county ot I in the book. A specially vuluuble feuture is the arrangement of a section of the Index for tourists, showing where muy be found the articles und inlorination in which that clu.us is most Interested. Hy means of this, u prospective vis itor to New .Mexico muy find all the Information ubout the estate which ho needs for properly planning his trip. A great number of pumphlets have been printed for each county from the plates used for the county arti cles In the book und these will bo distributed free at Ihe building. A careful record Is to be kept by the publicity ( ominissloncr of the printed matter furnished cuch person and the subjects In which ti.at person Is interested. These records will form the basis for a publicity cuinpuign that is expected to udd many thous ands to the population of the state. Two freight curs are necessary lo transport the books and pamphlets to Sun Diego, Much credit bus been reflected on Sir. Koehler und the exposition board on account of the work and warm comini udation for lb; loii.plctcni ss and general excellence has bun ex pressed. It in interesting to initv that thin volume, m th,; fust complete cite) elo ped.. uf u stale's re.'ioiircts und in illlhll les el i r publislied ill Ihe l llile.l Elates It iiiiuiini'd for Mr. Koehler 10 pli.ilu. e Din Ii u volume and will do iiiiii h lo di iiiuiid ri iugmiii.il uf New .VI. Mens pruuifsNiiei.es The tl.llii' book IS i, plmllicl ul New Mexico - 11 Was plllilcil . mi cuni ,i cot, iT, III i in ting ihe i , mi.-. in , live ci'ioi i uu I in a Ni M' mi pi minis' Tin- i.lldc cars have arriv d. room 11C West (lold avenue. iales- H "Till I One i III.IMi I'll." I SCAI'i; ( Till; LIM. ti-:i" of (he llaJirds of Helen Children ra dii ss lonlglit, S o l; ilniicc ir'ler-Wlii-il. 1'iH.slcr oii licslra. ( oh inbn hail. 25-CENT TAXI tin ASK BOB ABOUT IT lie charter member local hive of your BENEVOLENTORDERBEES which Is now being organized. For further, information sen Or ganizer at Hotel Combs, Suite 1 0 U'. Tin-: ni:i:.s. Benevolent Order you with a jdeiisunt you waul to sluy HIM OF Come, join the Ilees. Five dollars will pity your Initia tion fees. We'll greet smile That will make aw bile. For the I ices are hustlers, and nro not slow. And that Is what makes the Or der grow. In this Order of I'ees We have not a drone. If you're from Missouri Come up and be shown. We're all Jolly fellows well met, So better come in; We'll (let You Yet. We take cure of our members In sickness or death; The widows and orpliuns in need; If you have u sister, a mother or wile, Get Into the Dees, and protect them for life; They'll thank us for making you heed. This is made tin iiici iiie. I 'nu t mako the number. J'hoiie 13112.1. truth: Tony M ich, n,.,, . cent taxi fare in .'.'.Im. mistake in Kcsidini't- any 170. "TELM0" BUT THIS BRAND of CANNED OOOD8 AND YO(7 HAVE TBI BJT 25-CENT TAXI I'boiie 'ii for Taxi ouil Auto ilnj or night. Any part of I ho city. A. B. ItAL'A. LET US SEND A To Ill-place. MAN Window that lirokcn (Jill's AXBCQrEnQC: TitTMBEK COMPANY I'hono 421. Vi3 S. lTrst 25-CENT TAXI FARE Anywhere In Clly Touring Cars for Outside Trips, Also. AI.Hlyi KlMilK TAXI & ALTO IJXE rimnes SlurgT-n' Stand, l0: lies. 105 Our 35-Cent Lunch Regular Dinner served at noon tasles like home. GRIMSIIAW'S "Nnllnll..n (I.ir Ni.piIiiI Ihlliil, l. ii. SI. WILLIAMS Dentist Hooms 1 nml 3, Whitlnir Hullding, Corner Second and Gold. Phone No. 6S4. Crystal THEATRE UM lil One THURSDAY Jan. 14 Night SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT "''3.1 -fXV A REAL MUSICAL COMEDY NOT A MOVING PICTURE "BRINGING 10 PEOPLE CATCHY MUSIC UP FATHER" The Biggest Laughing Hit in Wars L I Presenting the Handsomest Singing Chorus in the World. and Dancing Prices SOMETHING TO Lower Floor, $1.00 Seals on Sale PLEASE EVERYBODY $1.50; Balcony. 75c 50c I ucnlav al Ma!soii' Gallup Lump (crrlllos Lu in p HAHSMCOALCO miom: ui. (.ullup stove Ccrrlllos hleve ANTHKAt 1 1 1:, Al l, SI.KS, NTi:.M COAL ! Coke. Mill WimmI, Factory Wood, Cord Wood, Native Kinillln, I.liim. EXTRA SPECIAL ON j AMERICAN LADY I CORSETS uu In. .Nt Willi XI. li P.., 1,1, .1.1- Hu ll ci .1 (U'iii I V, ,b,i.,i U. , plullt .' Ml lull iv;r $6.50 dor lnoik'ls, ul.ir St.OO Kt- inn! $7.50 at alttc at KcK'iilar $2 iiiuik'l.s, at . Kcmil.ir $150 at I'.Mra values Hll'l'S lll All lAttjlli Ml'IO .ll ami $2.75 vahu ilui's. slon- .J.9S siemk-r iikmIcIs. sa.75 t'.llt a Inc. tlllll 15.00 III H'VCI'UI lll.iilfl Inl'llll'l' I li.iin.aui in $1.50 i Ii ,i 7r ' - ;i .