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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1915.
SIX Crescent flardware Co. Slovcs, Itangnt, Houe I'urnlsliln tiiiod. Cutlery, 1n.il, Irou l)c, Valic Mini IKIIiiu. HumLIng, Heating, Tin and CopjM'r Work. SI W. KXTKAl. AVE. TfXKI'HOXK 815. ORTEGA CANNED GREEN CHILI ROASTED AND PEELED AT ALL GOOD GROCERS' New Mexico I I Honey Ij ! ii h fi Hi: I II At I I II. Old) !.()) I.1MV IMII 3 lor 2.V. K tOMIl, !. ui i, sl I it hi: t I. i.uide by Ileitis from w-ltvtcj uhhtg- iilll ab.oliilcly rlrail, I V 2 t.. 2.V. WARD'S STORE 31 J Marl'lc Ave. I'liuws iM-29 iiomku it. n.utn, Mut. I Strong Brothers Undertakers i-noMiT KKitvun. moxrc 75. KTItOSU .k, t'Ol'I'Ul AM htxmi). LOCAL ITEMS Or I ft T EVE ST WUATIII'Jl HU'OUT. Fur the twenty-four hour ending at o'clock yesterday tvening: Maximum tempetuture. 41 degrees; minimum temperature, SI; lunge. SO. Temperature st li o'clock yesterday, 31. North winds; ct'ur. Fee 'a uld-farhimi molasses taffy Ih I i mil every day to Mr. 'and Mra Murkow it, j mth llioulway, ycatcnluy, u Horn Mill Kuuth tlailKhtt-r. There will be a regular meeting of the Woman llelief corps at 2 1" o t lot k t hi it allcrnuuii at A. o. 1'. V. hull. Mrs. I. T. Marx and daughter left vchlcrdav for HI. la.ui for a V iait of I itivtrul weeks with .Mra. Murx'a iar elilf. Mr. unci .Mia F.. M. otero, of I.oh l.unita, wera In lite city on liiiitlt e mid tu vlmt relatlvei, and irlenda Ji'f , lurdiiy. Thcle lll be u regular loeetlng of TuriUol (llvlhlon No. 1711, ti. I A. of the II. of I., K. nl YVoihIiiicu'k hull llilx afternoon ut !;JU o clock. Hay K. King, who hoa idmrge of llm Hun Mulvo tliHli t of the .Man bino iiiitlonul forcm, Wd In tho city joctertluy on official bimiinMit. Jinlae II !'. HaynoIdH ycalerduy an pulnt"d Fulix lima nnd llal'olil I'lcice lo tb feud t'aiiiilo An laga. charged with the murder of t'lpiianu Vleyru. Hpecial coiniiiunlcatluii of TcmplM Ualgti No. U. A. F. 4 A. M , this af ternoon at S! o't lot k, lor the inirpoie of attending Ihu Imiciiil of I'.iioch H, ! Hlaplea. j The ljidit h' Aid Society of the Alelli- ( odlst KplecopNl (liunli will mct'l a' I I! o'cliiek tomorrow uftt ruoon with I Jim, White!, leii, DJI Kmitll IViillor 1 Clreet. Jllllll M. t'llllH'H, II pl'OKpCl'OUM I'll- el lo Indian farmer lit I'mtuale, Ik in I the city to relllllHl ft few tl i)i. while ben- ho will pin-chase u aitpply nl hmuadiold kiioda. Them will lu a nuuliii loeiling of All, li, no in ui. luilLre ol l.ll.t III Hie lotlge riimn tonight, at which ( until- ! ilal.a will be lulth.letl. Alter (he meeting the tiiniul liiinlieon will be fi-rvt d, VV K. It.illey, ueneial miililor of the H.intii I'e tallway, unit J. I., litx 1 1 c, bia itHKixluiit, iiiiHed lu re yeHlci tliiy iiftii'tioon In a private cur on tin In No, if They left on train No. Sun for CI I'iino thlR mornloK S. I!, HuxHer, aupcrlnternlenl of th" Ho ntu l ri'iidlng looiio. nnd hla aec reiaiy, .Mr. Ilunnel, we)e ut Air. I'.ui'- m i htiiil(iiurtr Here s ckici liny u ti riiooii, arriving on train .No. i. aim I baiiu for Iliu t'UMl vlu the cut-oil ! Iut evening. i ... . , , I .'. oie, j,i, , ir.iv, . . .a ". -.. naitinu a dlaturuaiit.'t lit the White limine tuliimi, waa lined JIO yeHterilny nininliig by Police Judge George K. fraig. Jackson, iicciirding to tcHti- mony ul the hc.irlng. tried to mart ,i , Ciinii' of dice in the Kaloon iindj ( li;'lit-H llnimle, proprietor, objecle I, , L. Iv (In MegoN, a Htockiuiin of I I'layton, reiit yesterday In Al'ni i, iitnuie. Mr. fialh-Koa In a volun teer low-Milary mail from t nlon county who in vuh hing the itctimiK of the li gielutiire He elaima 1 tin t thtle Ih n utrolIK fct-ntiltlellt In hw m m y fur luw KahuiiK ami tame to C tnlu l'e to tiglil fur the caiiiie. Mr. i hillepoa fnnticily resided In tlili- t Oltlll V, t lit-, tmilgbl, ( oli'inlm ball. 7 ,;su to :(), Kance aftor. lloiMtcr oit-lic-,ti-ti. h. t;. mii i i it. r.kit llano I nner. l.caie ordt-ra with l.eui nard-l.iiule. luunn t'u., in Wet lb, Id avenue 1'holie li. IX. ' 1 i ct-i -y company added it very Import- Henry's licllvery am. M.'Seiiger ant piece uf furniture to their store Moved to 817 West Copper avenue. , thut of a complete and thorough but serving customers In the nam old stuit.n refrigerator for the storage reliable way. Phono IJ, ,,f fr- ''u Perishable goo.l-anU . on yesterday another addition was Class tonight. CoIimiiIsj hall, l .UI In i ;(MI liain e afli r. llnoNicr orvln-.ua. I SPRINGER TRANSFER Rolled IIoim Manure Lawns. Etc. fu( Well CASE HO. 10,000 IS FILED WITH Jos MtKinlcy, Who Socks Lc Separation From Wife Who Left Him, He Said, Rounds Out Total, Iti'i'urilH In (in l tioUHi) ixl cases are now In District Clerk Thomas K. U. MaddlMin vault in the court hnuco. I omphnut No. I o. (mm) was filed yestcr. (Jo y alter, mini hy Joe Mi Kinley, who aunts divorce. .MtKinlcy aa.va his spouse tit sorted liim July L'K, IK 10. when tiny were I ving lit Trmicnn Negro in the Mun Xano mountains, taking their child, Heryle, 5 years old. whom aim lolt In the cure of ollu r pt-rmns. Tim child In "till in tlit'ir custody, ui 'curding lo AleKlnley, who want llm court I" lvc her to h l in. Ilt was married Mix years UKu Ml F.stuncta, Kstelle Slav llin K'" look ii decree of divorce from Anthony J. l!urgos, ho she charged W illi abandoning Imr In Albuquerque In 1 Md!t. They were married nIx yearn uko ut Mori art J'. Ilcr iniildcn nanif of Fatcllc May wus restored by the court. JUSTICES MUST FILE BONDS BEFORE MONDAY; CONSTABLES, ALSO I I'm u limit tunc fur llm recently elected Justices nnd conntulili-H to fll'; tlielr IioihIh, i 'mint v Walker suvV. That Isn't till. They will have to spend I fly ccnlit more fur recording thin year than they rime heretofore. The extra "four bits" Ih the roM of the war revenue Hliitop. (inly a few huve filed IhiiiiJh Ft) far. The new Justices mid constables will begin their tenna the flritt Moinluy In February which tin pitciin to he Febru ary I Una year, lliitli Justices u.nl t'V"l' - ..., . are required to furnish ! tiw inn lo li pet uliurllv of New Mex ico liiwa the JnHIre must file lila bond with the probate court an, I the con Mtable IiIh with the comity coiiimla HlonciM for approval. IAD0PTI0N CERTIFICATE ISSUED BY JUDGE BURG I'rohule Jud'e John Union lung ,,., probate court vt Mlerd.tv ut tJie court hinnie. A Huitiiiuiry of tho pro cceillnxa lulltiwa: In llm mailer of The adoption of a 2- ear-old rIi-I, inline imkiiiiwn, cirtlf Icalft iNHtied lo Mr. nnd Mm. C. F. Stiu k. Tho cMlate of John T. An roll, W. f. Tliiimtmi ami William Kuruett Dp pointed ,irnUerH The tKlale of Kwmlpiilo Itonuro, lu'iuliiK on will net lor Imiirlnn March I. The ckIiiIii of John I! Ilelnl, iidiuiti IMnitnr. order, il lo Hell pei'Honul prop erty; iidiulnlKliatiir'B report approved. John K, llolinbeig. Mat tin JiiIiiihoii appointed ml niUilhl niter t'on ft wan ad loiirned to February 'i. BOY TOOK MONEY OUT OF TEAPOT WHERE THE SAVINGS WERE KEPT That I'rtn took .H f I mil the tea pot where Kile keeps lur an ingM ull-r i lie bail glwn 111 in fifiy i'"ii(h wiih tint nIuIciiiciiI liunli- ycMlenluy by Mia, Kinetic, bin motli.r. to the police. The boy wai iiirehted Monday when .1 k'l..t..M 11 I T. V,.ell. u i Aim. M n,," I, I!1,.H''W i-lie uimneu f I , ,' her puiHe (ifter I'ele hud delivered .( Iclecrani there. Fete recent ly w iih libel ated fi'olil llic county .tall when he allowed coun ty olllcem w here Jewelry atoleti I'lnni Mm. Ilulla home on West Fruit uvc nue Wil III, I, I. li. lie wiih Mlxinu u centeiice nis.sci ,y Judge frulg. STRAIN TO BE HELD FOR FUNERAL OF DOUGHERTY , , , , . . , , , owing lo llm large number nl peo ,vW lnil)1 aii,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, HlitiU K(. ltml other I'll lea of the Ktate w Ho m e d nlrnua of attending the funeral of the late I lurry M. Iiougherty In Hucorro tomorrow and who wish to return to Hull luiim on tin- Mime day. Kinta I I'e Agent V. J. Ji,lin,uii ytKienlay un ' noiiiiced that train No. Kill will be held ut Socorro fur thirty minutes to : morruA' In order that all who ntienil the f u iii'in I m.iy have iimplc time to I return on HiIh Iriiin If they no ilihlie, I Many of the frleuda of Air. llougli ! erty ycBterduy expresttt d their Inb-n-i Hon of going lo Socorro for Ihe lu i ilij.il ,f It Mini lil Iih piiKi.ible for them j to return on the hmhic da . and Ihe J lilimliel' of lll,illl lc. mi the aubji i t I euiiKej Mr. Johnmin to get In touch 'with the railroad olfichila nnd aecuiu inn order tu hold the Irani an kIuu-.I. SLICING MACHINE THAT WORKS WONDERS A slloit time agu the Jaffa tiro. made tu the equipment of the bust I Mm. This Hum it Is a slicing nitt- l chine, made In Chicago, with the ex- ).-, mil n oi wie Mine ami uiai umirf. I I rum iioiiaiiu. inieit neot, siiiisuge. t-hiM'se and hunt, cooked or uncooked, und In fact anything that needs the I knife, t un be sliced to any thickness ; nr as thin as a water, w ithout any j waste wliHtvit r It Is one of the I handiest instrument yet switi In e Jxroiery store and will pay for itself. "I la it a saving, m a very short time. CLERK MAODISON ENDORSE REPEAL Of OCCUPATION TH UT BANQUET Business Men Also Will Ask Legislature to Change Gar nishment Law; Salmon Speaks, Nathan The repeal of tile occupation lux law and tiio unm mime nt of Ihe ga'li iNliiiicnt law were i ndomt d by the fc tail .Merchants' iiKxui iiitlon ut the din lid held l.iH night at the Alvarudo hotel. I'l'titloiiM ret ulillnending . thran ihaiigia lire tu be prcm-nled to the leglNliituie boom. They have been cir culated aiming- bu.ilnena men lor flgn ing. Hero ) i cil'v "WWTcim. the prewnt garniHliiui'iil law In luiideiiuiiLe and practically wtv-lei-K an a protei tlon to the creditor nnd em miragex large claa of debtora to in old pnvnmiit of their JuhI ubllga Hotift, therefore, "lie It reaolved Hint we rcapeclfully petition the preneiit legi.-liituie to puss an amendment, a copy of which la at tached hereto, to the prt aent garn ishment luw. "Whereax the occupation tax l ml unjuxt (U.-H-rlininatioii uxulnat liK'll male biiaineH and in no wav ufforda prottction to the merchant it rid. "WhereaH, the merchant my lila due proportion of taxation, being cum. pulled to give the lineiitory vulue In inn king IiIh returna, and, "Whereaa, tlcmands made by the public culling for donallona, aubacrip tiunk, etc., full iiniHt heavily upon the merchant cluaa, therefore, "He it reaolved that we rcapectf ully petition the legiHlature now In aca Kion to repeal the law requiring met chimin to puy occupation tax." .Mole than alxty membera of the ukwii !at Ion and noti-memhern were preiti'iil. Tlie gutherliig wua tmthu alUNtlc. Nathan Saliiion, of Santa F. vice p-iilent of the Ktute organtza Hiiii, wiih Ihe piincipul apeakcr. II" talked of the evil of the present K.'irnlhhiiiciit luw and of the amount of lux-a now puld by builnon men. Mr. Salmon went on record us f.i Vorlng the bill Introduced In the Men ate, requiring railway nnd mining coinpiinlea to puy their employes ev ery wxleeii daya. 'I'll In u eudomed by the local uhhim lutioti. Hecrctaiy f. (1. Ackcrman wua In atructeil to write to Hciiutoia and rep reneutalivea urging tlnjii to aupport the bill, now before the nuuae, rcuulr ing mull order hoiiHea tu pay tux un inerchandlMe injld by them In the at'ite. The aKHucliit'on cndotHcd u speech lecently delivered by Kecietaly of Stale Antonio I.ucero. Membera hope to I io ubit.- to get him to apeak here soon. Ilan-y ('. liriimm, getie.-il : imuigir of Ihe World Film coi 'nuriitb.it, passed through the' city yeet.Mtluy morning on the f ntiforiiiu limited, en route from New York to .-'an Fruiiclscu, where his hei,d.,unrlrs are. Cut. 1). K. II. Kellers, ills f.lh-ir-lii-htw, in et him at llm siaiimi. DEATHS AND FUNERALS. t'iiMil a.rtit.: I Hiaiilcv Funeral acivlces fur F.. F. Slapies, aim died Munday. will he hold ut 2::i0 o'clock this altetnoon ut f. T. French's clmpel. The Itev. C . Ileckman Will offlclute there. Tim .Masons will hold their acrvlees ut the grave In Falrvicw cemetery. !iriuini a lc.vra I uiu-nil. Funeral Mivlces for flpriano a Vleyra, who was killed a little more Hum ll Week ago, will be heltl Ut 8:311 o'clock thla morning at Fred Crol Intt's chapel. They will lip private, lliirlal will be In Sun Jose cemetery. Mr. frollolt has been unable to find uny relative of the dead mini. CriTlllit Scmiiii. firrillo Sesma, 70 years old, died at 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon ut hi. 'i lionm north of the Iiitliiin (ichotd. lie Is survived hy His wife tll. il nboiit one sou, luiiiua, ii year ago. Tin hotly was taken to Fred frollott'a undertaking room. Funeral arrange. HicntH will be iinnuunccd later. A VALUABLE SUGGESTION Important to Everyone It Is now conceded by physiciu us that the kidneys should have more attention a they control the other organs to li remarkable degree und do n tremendous amount of work in re moving the poisons and waste matter I roin tho vyHloiii by filtering Hit) blood. iJiirlng the winter months especial ly, when we live an Indoor life, ;he kidneys should receive Home nsaNt a me when needed, as we take less ex ercise, drink less wuter und often, Cut more rich licuvy food, thereby lorclng the kidneys to do moro work than Nature Intended. F.vldcnce of kidney trouble, such us lame buck, annuy- liur bladder troubles, smarting or burning, brick-dust or sediment, low ciuiii.lexion. rheumatism, may bo weak or Irregular heart action, wurns ymi that your kidneys require help immediately to avoid more .serious trouble. Muny physicians claim that un her bal nieUU-liie containing no minerals or ophites has the most healing In fluence. An Ideal herbal compound that has hud most remarkable sin-corns us a kidney and bladder remedy Is Dr. KlInicr'M Swamp-Hoot. You tuny receive a sample buttle of Svvuinp-llnnt by Parcels I'ost, Ad dress Dr. Kilmer Co.. Ilinghamtim, N. Y., anil enclose ten cents; also mention the Albuquerque Morning Jdtirtuil. List your second-hand autos tot; sale with McCloakuy Auto company, 408 W'eiit Copper avenue. Haddl Horses. Trlmbls's Rd Barn. ' 11 ColtmilHi hall, 7 ::i) to Cluss) UMilght ICUtl. I in nt ii after, Booster (iit-lioira. C. II. OONNK.U, M. 1).. I. O. Osteopathic Specialist treats all curable diseases, office Stern iiull.Hng. 1'hones S65 and S?i. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FiHi UF.N'l bungalow. complete slid well furnished: modern, coal and ga range: phone, electric light, screened sleepinji porch. close In. Corner Fourth and Lead ( 320). In quire 3i'3 1 West Central, room 29, Phune 1 . 1 .1. Ft H ll FN T 4 l oom house near K. It, shops; l.lg lot with. trees, chick en fenr-c and barn. City Realty Co., ! hone 77b. Hi South Second street. Surplus of 1913 Fair Fund Turned Into Dedcit; That of 1914 Cause From a balance uf l..i.l ut the Hoae of I he I W; I fair to a ne. d,-ficlt of U.iUlM uftcr the lH event describe the brouic tal.f.i by hUHo fail 11 nance In tho alnu-p of one. enr. ,.,i ...,. Th.c flgurea Were taken from the auditor'., report of the f mine al r. ii ultion of the xlw Mexico fair cou.ii.isaio... which I h- s-omml.-y inn. em e n submitted to Governor AMmnuld ut Santa Fe. The dut:. wan not obtainable until yeMerdiiy. , , i- ii ;g The reault of the operation uf the 1914 fair was a deficit r '' Of the lUTi.tO Hurplua uf the 11.13 fair. 1114.1 waa .pent for plans for the new grounds on the mom eu-t of the city and I4J.:'., Was Pa h l o f r x penac incurred Uv Ihe I'JIS fair, iicciirding to the wruten .titemciit of th. ....n.n.luuii.ner u l.l. l. ,. lllljun cd the Siinuiiiirj of ...1. 4. ,h I'llJ I11IUUI1III IIUVIIUIC IOI ' . - . . receivable total I4t).'.i. The reel ipta Tor the IDll ei.-m and the dirbureemciitH H8,0ii7.B3. ,,mi., The au.iiiiu.ry Hhowlng Ihe financial position of the fair .-.munition as of December I. 114, made up by the auiliiom. union I I KVl ,1111;! I air Itiilaiioo forward fi um 11' f ill' s " 1 : 1 Iteeeipls. all aourcis, 1!14 fair Account receivable. II4 fair? (considered collectable '.i' Tutu I received from l!13 fair Totul receivable from HI 4 fuir f.ltAND TOT A I IVfiell. In operation of IUH fuir Not deflt it of culiimleiion TOTAUS IlMbiitementH ,u -counts of IfH fair All piirpoM-H 1HI4 fair illsliurieiiieutn. Accounts payable, Ull lair TOTALS . . Siirpliia IHU fair catrit-d foiwutd'tu ID 14 fair Ilcsult of operation III II fitir. (see above) Present financial pout Ion of comiiiinmuii , deficit (see above) . T(,t1H 1.87:i.l 121.142.27 I21.69S.07 NOTK Deficit in opci'utii.n of 1914 und net deficit of comml.-tslon, us here'reported. is contln i.t upon the collection of the "Accounts ltei elvuble" u .shown In schedule "li." The failure to collect any items scheduled under "Accounts Iteceivublc" will Increase the deficit accordingly. Of this amount J 114.15 wus extended for plans, etc., t the proposed new grounds, which expenditure la an investment expenditure nnd not a revenue expenditure. foiiuiuV-ilont-r .Make Statement. The todowln.4 is Hu- snjned suite nient of Urn cpmmissioiu-rs: "In presenting the financial ctn'.e meiit of the 1914 New M'?xi.:i) state fuir tho fulluwing coiuhtiont must be taken Into consideration: "Of I ue 11,875.19 balam o from tho 1913 fair as shown in tha slute rnent, 1414.15 was expended for the drawing of plans for laying cut the new fair gtuunds on Urn me.., and $142. '25 was pultl for expenses In cutred hy the 1(13 lair and which hud nul been Include! m the pr-.--VIOUH atutemeiit. "Owing to tho gc.i-iiil diss.tl isf.ic tiun ut the lust previous fair to the quality of banc bull f uri.'lslied, as tin amusement feature, ati.1 'hi.' :tm pluinls about cutting tut hiiliiess ru)clng, the cuiiiinlsion bcUeved It advisable tu dispense with baseball und feuture horse ruclng as" .ts r-riu-ctpal attraction, offering purs.'.-i which the racing committee f)!t sure would attract a large number of en tries, the fees from which would greatly help puy the purses. In Ihi--they were disappointed, as in icvcrul casen burely enough en'rici were made to allow tho race to go, al though the purse had to !u paid with but the few starters. "The continued rains during Hie j latter Purl of August and tile firs: jpurt of September iieccsMl'ate l heavy expense on the track und groend and j long drain ditches liud to lie d.itr n I several places In order to curry t!ie. j water from the stalls wine were I Hooded and from tho trae'e nnd cen ter field on which the water stood several Inches deep,' The h-itvy ruins Frlduy night, Saturday aid Hr itirdu;,' night Immediately precu'Jlii tin! f ill jugaln inade the fair iiriutnls a 'ic.g laud citiders, dirt find Mhavhim tad j to he hiiitled in ulul prc.il before I the opening of Hie fuir. "The large number nf exhit.ln ,u the vurloiis livestock Jepnrtmeiltu required the building of lebes pens und corrals fur In excess nl any pre vious year. Last year the rue horse stables were used for housing the exhibition stock, but as these were used this year for the r.ice horses It wuh iieccsHitr.v to build ata lilci tu aciommodute the exhibition stock. When considered that over eighty head of dairy cattle, fifty head i,,f niultia und fiim-y hollies, tint-iy ,f lliciii iiowcrful Mlulliuns t inimriiig large anil strong box stalK iiesl ies tho tiheep, gun In, hogs alll lulilliy, some Idea of llm int-reiisl.ia intern t In livestock production in the ntuie tiiuy be iirrlved ut. Flit It vvnj ncc easiiry to provlilii iiccommoduliops for all of them and this lubor an I cx peiiHv is an u nn mil loss under exult ing coriditloiis. Tho entire expo use of no i-Hsiiry repairs tit the fair grounds must lie borne by the com mission as long usa Hie present grounds ure used. "Another Indiciitiun of the Interest sliowii oy ull parts of the stale wiisi tho splendid exhibits in the ngrlcul-j tural and horticultural departments, no display to equal It having been Hindu since the Irrigation congress in I 190X. The commission iipproprliiled M.OOO fur premiums for Ihe viirious tit partuii'iils und of this u mount ovet $3,000 was uwuidcd tu competing ex hibitors. "The front lei- sports, roping und tiding contests which huve come lo be attractive feutures of muny uf the sal-Marge fairs and celebrations of Ihe west did not provo to be a drawing card here nnd were much of a dis appointment tu the uiuuugf mcnt both on account 0f the lack of enler tutning value and on account of the expense of staging the gumes. "The salary expense this year Is nearly $500 less than previous years. A loss uf about $200 was sustained through the .MuiiluiUiua bull which Is much the same report of previous years, ulthuugh lust year it was al most st'lf-suMuiiiingc. "The unfortunate accident to the aviator, throiiga no fault nor urging on ttio part of the management nat urally caused u great loan In gate re ceipts, although the aviator was puld only lor what riving he did. "Subscription by the merchants and cltlzeiiM uf Albuquerque fell $1. 000 short of last year und many of them ure Mill uncollected. The fail- (ure of the original carnival company contracted with tu fulfill its agree- incut caused a usiia.1 source of reve nue from $501, to $xoo of former years to be a loss In this year's fair of nearly Jtlui) (,u account of it being" necessary tu pay a bonus to a curni val company to attract them to make the lung Jump, Albuquerque being the only town of the Santa, Fe circuit to have a carnival for the ev ening entertainment of tha visitors. "livery expenditure was paid by voucher showing the purpose for which the voucher was issued and requiring the signature of the ncipi ent as a receipt fur the account as stutt'd In the voucher. . .The report has been made out by expert certi fied accountants who hu.v done ex tensive work of this Kami since com uig lulu the state several 'yeurt ago, llllllllclal Hlillf on III Auditor's llcort. fnlr liliiiillllt III :!. Ofc 1.1(4 and minimis ..... 1. .. . ... .. 7I11M-1 IIHI l air I 17,018.21 4o:'.:i i 7.-120.71 Tolllls $ 1.170.19 17.018.21 402. &0 i.s..i' . t $ I 9,295.00 IA)j.72I a ( 11) 2,402.77 .',.19 (i.40 $21,112.27 1 M,ll.'i7.fi;l S.OSt.GI I'.'l.fillX.t?"! r.ric.40 IS, 057.02 3, 084.04 $ 0a 40 121. 1 42. J7 121. 098.67 1.S1S.7 deficit (A) ( 13) being employed most of the time in auditing state accounts. "NEW MKXK.' STATE FAIU COM. "ltulph C. Fly, president; C. A. Scheurich, vice president. Simon Stern, secretary-treasurer.'' Kv)xi'(s $l..(lii(l Approprlatloii. Mr. Stern believes the legislature should appropriate from $15,000 to 120,0(10 fur the next fair. This would eiiuble the commis-slon to make Mime Improvements to the new grounds. Tim stiite of Arizona, Vie pointed out, appropriates $30,000 tt Venr fur the Arizona state fair und the people of I'hoeiiix, where the fair Is held do not have lo subscribe. s Tuxpuver will meet tonight at the Coinnierolul club to discuss proposed county ofl iters' salaries legislation , pending before the New Mexico legis lature. The meeting was called at the sug gestion of mure than twenty of the heaviest taxpayers of the city. Tile fact that It is to be held In the Com mercial club does not signify that the club Ih behind Hie inovenMit. It Is not. in fact. The meeting Is to open nt 8 o'clock. Not only heavy taxpayers are ex pected. The "little fellows" are urged to nttend and they will have iih much right to voice their opinions as the men who are Instrumental in the cull ing of the meeting. In short, they want every one who pays tuxes to be present, ABLE AMATEUR TALENT WILL PARTICIPATE IN FRATERNITY FOLLIES The. 'production of "Fraternity Fol lies," which will bu given by the Sig ma Tau fraternity ut the high school auditorium on February 4, will bring TWO WOMEN AVOID OPERATIONS By Taking Lydia . Pink h&m't Vegetable Compound. Chicago, HI. "I must thank you with all my heart for Lydia E. I'inkham's Vegetable Com pound. I used to go to my doctor for pills and remedies and they did not. help me. I had headaches and could not eat, and the doctor claimed I had female trouble and must have an opera tion. I read in the paper about Lydia E. Finkhain'i Vege table Compound and I have taken it and feel fine. A lady said one day, 'Oh. I feel so tirexl all the time and have head ache.' I said. Take Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound.' and she did and fools fine now." Mrs. M. R. Karschnick, H38 N. Paulina Street, Chicago, Illinois. The Other Case. Day Urn, Ohio. - " Lydia E. Tinkhara's Vegetable Compound relieved me of pains in my side that I had for years and which doctors' medicines failed to relieve. It has certainly saved me from an operation. I will be glad to assist you Dy a persona! letter to any woman in the same condition." - Mra. J. W. SHERER, 126 Cass St., Dayton, Ohio. If you want special advice ' m rile to Lydia E. Piiikhara Med- mine to. (confidential) Lynn. Mass. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman, and held in strict cnflance. mm WILL BE DISCUSSED Bl TAXPAYERS Pipy JAFFA'S Extra Fal Matkcrcl 10 Frcsli Pretzels, pound , , . . 15t Hood River Oregon Apples, the finest in (he world. 3 lbs. for. .25 50-lb box for ..'.......$2.75 A fresh shipment of California Fig-Nuls just in; per pkg. . 15 Get a sample free. A shipment of Sani-FIush just in; per can '. .25t. BAKERY DEPARTMENT Whipped Cream Puffs every day. Layer Cakes. Puffer Cakes. Loaf Cakes. . White Fruit Cakes. Fresh Bread and I lot Rolls every day at II . MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED I out some of the best umuteur theat rical talent that Albuquerque audi ences have ever seen. The "Follies" this year are under the direction of F.lwood M. Albright, whose ability in staging amateur theatricals is uttested by the great success that he has hud in such ven tures both here und In other cities. Such old-time favorites us "Red" Bulcotnh, Fred CulUins, Dave Lane and Hugh Hryon will huve lending purts, while among the younger gen eration of Signiu Tans who ure to have conspicuous roles are Allan Bruce, Carl lirorein and Frank Oouin. Churlie Clark, who is cast In the role of business manager, will start out this morning to make up the list of patrons for the production. B. M. WH.U.UiS Dentist Rooms 1 and 3, Whiting Building, Corner Second and Gold. Phone No. 6S4. CRYSTAL TODAY s i:i.m:vs iintD" Coiiiodv. " I.F.Ar I l!OM tiii: wAiim TOW I If One of the "Ha.ards of llt-lcu" "A St OF I'AI'l.li" Two-ncl liiogl'uph Feature. 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