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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23. 1915.
THREE What's New in New Mexico SALARY BILL PASSED BY BOTH HOUSES; IS NOW UPJTO GOVERNOR (("imtlnnrd I mm In Onr.) tmlian board fur two your to luri I J, W, .Mayes, Who has moved to Tuc son, Arlx. Dr. Diiviil !!. Boyd, president, and C. U Hrooks and Nathan Jaffa, re- titH of tin.' Onlce'ralty of New Man- n o, are In Santa Pi lo appear before the finance committees to present the claims of I he unlverHtty, They will cndtiivor to show that the state will profit direi'tly In dollars ami rents liy milking the university an In Hlltution that ran Compare with other universities, peolfloi retaining lor the Htutc ii.h Urtrhtwi ami nioBt ambKlouj young men Mid vnunit women for Km f IftUfe development und uplift, anil who now not only curry oat of the Piute annually $r,nn,ono for their edu cation at other state universities but generally forget to return, finding that Htates which are liberal With their eilucational institutions also of fer the best opportunities, otherwise It Is pointed out that while New Mex ico needa u state university, perhapi more than any other state, yet it ap propriates only 14 cents per fa pita, while tho neighboring stule has been appropriating .",.ri cents per capita and will probably double thai amount thl year, Colorado appropriating 3.', cents, Idaho 75 cents, Nevada $1.42, I'tah ,r,(l cents and Wyoming 04 cents per i.ipitn. New Mexico stands lowest among the slates, not only as to pel capita but also as to actual sum ap propriated. The heads and regents of other educational Institutions are also here jiiesentlng the needs of their schools lei the finance committee. In the senate the following' bills were Introduced: No. 1.10, by Walton, to regulate the nomination of candidates for election to public office. Judiciary, No. 131, by the finance committee, nppropriattna 140,000 to pay the cost of the boundary litigation between New Mexico and Texas, Finance. No. 112, by Holt, to amend Chap ter I4ti, Laws of tool, relating to rec lamation. Irrigation, House Joint Resolution No. It, was passed unanimously under 10$ pension of the rules. The resolution praises county Superintendent John v. Con way and Miss Conrad for their rural i School work. ("rumplon and Kvatis were excused and paired on account of being OCCUV pled at the Masonic reunion. Doepp was called to AlbuiienUe and was excused. Amended House Hill No. TiB, to grant an extension of time to cer tain irrigation works, which hail been pent back to the house ufler It had passed the senate because certain amendments had disapiiearcil be tween Hie house and the senate, was passed IK to 2, llarth and II inkle Voting against it, llarth opposing It because it excluded some of the counties from its operations. Action was again postponed by the Fenate on Senate Hill No. 7H, an act relative to compensation of official stenographers; House Hill No. 219, the county salary bill; Senate Joint i Jtesolution No. , appointment of a lerence committee mil a salary law tor Senate Hill No. i ipe and llxlng a Senate Hill No. providing for the non-partisan con to draft and sub Senate Substitute 4 2, an act defining penalty therefore. 44 passed Hi lo 3, Messrs. Harth. Walton and All-! dredge voting against It. The bill is to be the last act in the abolishment j Ol Ihe mounted police, directing that nil their arms and records be turned j over to the adjutant general and all j the. furniture and supplies to the ad jutant general. On motion of Mr. McCoy, Senate Hill No. 103, was passed unanimous-j y, H increases the appropriation al- lowed the department of education for the examination Of pa Pen of ap plicants for teachers' certificates, j from $800 to $1,200 a year. Senate Substitute for Senate Kilt No. HIS, increasing the tier diem of Hie members of the state board of education from $2.50 to $5 per d ay, passed 20 to 0, Senate Hill No. I I I by Mr. Cramp ton, relating to election returns and canvassing und declaring the result of elections, passed unanimously. Mr. Hartl introduced Senate Joint Resolution No. 10, to submit to the neonla an amendment to the consti tution prohibiting the sale i oaiintr lkiuors. Conslilutionu intoxl-aniend- rnents. ' Mr. Hartt also introduced Senate Joint Resolution No. II, directing the Hecretury of Mate to furnish the members of the legislature with I copy of the new revision of the laws. Referred to committee of one, llfeld being designated. Uui CnU for Irjcofue Tax. Santa Fe, Feb. 22. This is the last Week in which to file with the inter nal revenue office personal as well as Corporation income statements. All corporations unless specifically ex empted by the law, maintaining their legal entity during any portion of the year must make return whether arty business is transacted or not, or Whether such business be at a profit or at a loss. All individuals whose net returns last year were $3,000 or more must file a return. A married man though entitled to a specific ex emption of $4,000 must file a return if his income was $3,000 or more, crops on hand at the end of the year Heed not be included as income un til the year in which they are sold. (hand Jury Wants Assistance. Sanlu Fe, R. The grand jury at Las Cruces, which is investi gating the recent failure of the First Htate bank, has made a special report to Judge E. U Medler, asking that the court "immediately secure some com petent, disinterested and Impartial person to make an examination into the affairs and condition of said bank, in order that the grand jury can thus secure any information which might be disclosed by such examina tion." When Honsewoi 15 Burdensome when yon tire easily nerves are excitable, yon need medicinal food not drugs or stimulants. SCOTT'S EMULSION ia rich in food value; it supplies the very elements to enliven the blood, restore strength and the courage of health. Avoid Alcoholic Subititutoa, tin and dnVN I dhWJK THEY KNOW ABOUT THE MUSEUM AS FAR AWAY AS AUSTRIA-HUNGARY ItMCIAL ,.. Me, , TO MUKNINO JOUNl.l Sam,, IV. jj Thll, Nt.w M,.. log is achieving tame and ta being kcrvertlaed as far awav as Buda-i"-st. Hungary, because of the New MMICO museum at Santa !, Is shVwn " a bilingual volume received today from iistria-liungary. It Is a Uperblj illustrated and prinwd jtudy from lh pen of nr. it. v, Shu- feldl anil is printed In parallel col iimns, cur column being In Mngvar and the other in Kngllsh. It is a Work punted for the Hun garian i it rioihologlcul society and museum maintained by the Hunga rian government anil is a treatise on the Turkes Much space Is devoted to tlie , ram, i of twelve wild tnrkevs of the Pujbi in Hie 1'ajarlto Cliff Dwelling park, near Santa l'e. as well is to other turkey hones which have been excavated in the caves und communal dwellings by the New Mexico museum. Tribute Is paid Dr. Kdaar L. Hewed, The monograph ststes furlher; I'm, is one (if the most extensive of ancient cliff cUlag and here In the refuse heaps mixed With human toMei were found the bones of all Hies, wii, tut keys. I am Indebted to Mr. Frederick YV. Hinlge, of the nuin lgins board of the School of Ameri can Archaeology at Sunta Fe, N. M . lor ins having secured permission for ale to use this material from the School of American Archaeology, and o K . M Chapman, of the school, for j llreetlng that the materia! tie turned (Ver to me for examination. About ilfty birds are represented by these prehistoric remains and very infer stlng. Mr, chapman kindly sent me ;he following report in regard to i hem Tin- I. ones of birds and mam mals marked Puye, 1910, are from he burial mound adjoining the ruin of Puye, These were collected by F. IV, Hodge lor the llurcau of Klhmd )gy and K. M. Chapman for the New Mexico museum. There wen no rel .OS it Spanish origin found Willi flic nirials. t bus Uarmg out the tradi ion that I'uye was deserted in pre- iiisloric times. The average; depth of ourtal :m four feet, the toll lining j made up ol an accumulation of refuse j from adjoining buildings. There was evidence ol Use constant use of the .dot foi re burial; many bad I) decay- j d human b I being encountered near the surface, which had been thrown out in the excavations for new graves." Considerable apace and a number f the beautiful engraved plates are tiven to Ihe New Mexico llnd from .vhich It Is proven 'hat the prehis toric or occllated turkeys (littered ma terially from the present day wild or lomesttcated turkey. DYNE BECOMES MEMBER OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY tPlCIAL CONMIPONOINCI TO MOflNINd JOURNAL! Santa Fe, Feb. 22. -11. !. Dyne, of lts Crimes, who today became a member 01 the New Mexico Archae ological society, promises to give the Museum of New Mexico a number of prehistoric mlOg found in a guano or but cuve In the Han Andreas moun tains north of t-as t'ruces. There isn't a county in the state which hasn't some prehistoric remains of which the museum is getting a truce and Is studying and advertising. 1'aiticular ly remarkable among Mr. Dyne's finds is a stone ball, the slue of it baseball, as smooth as glass and fashioned by some prehistoric artisan. Mrs. J. S. Cravens of CarrlaoSO reports a most interesting find in a case in north eastern Socorro county, where in a cave was found a complete chieftain's outfit, with most beautiful feather Work and other evidences of prehis toric skill. hhlgelie Van Fallen at Dripping Springs, Dona Ana county, has a most vuluable ethnological and archm (.logical collection, which fills Several cases and comed from the his toric and prehistoric pueblos of the Mcsillu and Kl PgM valleys, and In cludes some of the finest specimens of pottery to be found In the south west, others who became members of the Archaeological society today wete (llogorv Moole of Itoswell, It. Ruppe of Albuquerque aioi ir. I '. I'l elitlss of 10 1 Paso. Olliott Vi-iim - lo Museum, Santa Fe, Feb. Quite large was the number of visitors who reg istered at the museum of New Mexi co today, among the number being Mr. and Mrs. Flavin Vigil of Magdu dena; Mr. and Mrs. Antonio T. Cha ves, Monticello; Anastai io Medina, Wagon Mound; J, R. Agullar, Wagon Mound; Mrs. John Heiket, Jr., Mrs. Louis C, Hccker, John Backer, Jr., 1 C. Banker, Helen, Ni M. ; Augusta Huerkin, Qulncy, III.; O. U Hrooks. Uavid it. Hoyd, B, Ruppa, A.lbuquer- que; K. U Knloe, Silver t'lty; K. R. Larkin, Kast Las egas; W. L Win- ! gate, Denver; UUy l.cmiiior. i.os An geles; T. F. Smalling, OaJluPi Wi C. yiiehedeaux, Qibson; Wiuller M. 1'c tcrson, Olbson ; Jackson Akcc, Silver City; llyman Abraham, Sliver City; II. A. DoWeU, Ratott; K. 9f. Wallace, Embudo; I. (J. Orell, Chania; Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Hauks, Hurley; H. ti. I'yne. Laa Cruoaa; oregary Moore, Roswell; h. A. Carr, A. B. Truman, Malcolm Cameron, San Maniul; Dora P bio, Mrs. S. K. Newcomer, Albuquerque; Mr. and Mrs. it. A. Panderland, Pue- blo, Colo.; O.'H, Wilson, Denver. Want Railroad Unit at Atoka, Arlesia, N. M.i Feb. it. The farm ers living around the Dutch flat spin, called Atoka" by tjie railroad com pany, are after an agent to handle th company business during the months when hay shipping is at its best II Is thought that an agent from May to i ,, tolu r will fill Hie bill. Atoka If a switch, having a long side trao where cars of hay or oilier products may be loaded or unloaded, for there is a good sized stoic al the place, own ed by W. I'. Daugherltjf Co, An other sign of healthy development at Atoka is one of the best country school houses ill New Mexico. I.asi vear 600 cars of alfalfa hay were shipped from the Atoka switch, and from all Indication the number this I year will be near 1,000. I'ill-rollcrs In se-.io". Santai Fe. Feb. 22. The state board ! of pharmacy is In session todav al 'the Palace of the governors, those I present being B. Ruppe, of Albuquer que; (Iregory Moore, of Itoswell; J, IN Zook, of Santa l'e. and B. O. iDyne, of Las Cruces, K. (i. Murphy Of, I. as Vegas, being absent on .ac count of illness. The board will be In session two days examining four ap jplieants for certificates. It Will ask I no change In the present law w hich I was drafted bv P.nppe when he was a member of the legislature, but will ask for an appropriation of tl.ouo to 'aid in prosecution of violators of the ' law. LARGE PROPORTION OF PEOPLE OF STATE OWN HOMES UNENCUMBERED ;iHCIL OltP.TCH TO MHMIN JOUSNACl Santa Fe, Feb. - A census atlas Just Issued by the fedei'al government, copies of which were received bete loony, shows thai New Mexico is the state of all the forty-eight where the largest proportion ,,f lyiuses are 0 M d free, and where the f.west homei are tnoumbered, Also, with one ex- eeptlon, that of North Dakota, New Mexico has the smallest proportion of reined houses among the fori -eight states The percentage of all homes owned free Is ft, I, The peicenluge of loones ant umbered is 4 The percentage ol rented homes is 2!'. 7. and the percent age of farms owned free is XS.H. Arteala :-. 10, Artesla, N. M mon, proprietor I w cnty-f i e-cent gft-cent stor,' tiinns Feb. II, ft ft Solo of the the-, ten- and store bus moved from bis former location in the Free man block to the Majors bu tiding, lutely occupied by the Cash Grocery store. This Is the second time Mr Solomon has been compelled to seek larger iUariers since starling bis busi ness on a small scale a few years ago. The original store occupied a room originally Intended lor I tailor shop, about fifteen by thirty feet. A few months alter opening up Mr. Solo mon leased another room next to him. of the same size, and doubled his slock. The new building he Occupies i is Ivventy-llv , by sccnt -live feci. Changes in ( hivls shops. Clovis, N. M., Feb. 22. There have been a number of changes in the. I shops here. 11. M. Muchniore, of He len, has accepted the position as gen ami foreman He succeeded .lohnnle! (Cuban, K. J. Preagar, of Amarlllo, sue, dad chat lie Duffy, hollar maker: Fdward W. Tucker, muni house foreman, was relieved by A. J. Wilson, of this city. Duke City Cleaners, iluiters ami Overs, modern i'iiilps'd ami up-lo. dale, do the BMl and llliest work. nil ! for nod deliver goods. l( forl of Exposition Manayers to Governor Shows What New Mexico Is thing at San Diego faPaclAL COAR AA PONDS MCI TO MOANINO .IOUANAL' Santa Fe, fan. II, The report ol the New Mexico board of exposition managers made to Governor McDon ald Just after the convening of the resent legislative session, Is a most iiiten sling document, and details In a convincing manner the good that is being derived from the state's exhibit at San Diego. It is as follows: Honorable William C. McDonald, I tlOVernor of New Mexico, Santa t, New Mexico. Wr; -America has had many great I expositions beginning with that held1 at the Crystal palace in New York In the early fifties; later came the cen tennial celebration at Philadelphia! following came others of minor Im portance until 1KH3, the year of tlnv World's Columbian exposition, which up to that time was the grin I est worlds fair ever held. When St. iouls celebrated the Loulsluna purchase, that exposition was modeled upon the same lines as those which obtained at Chicago, but with less suc cess. Not that the St. l.oui.s imposi tion was nol in many respects us great as that of Chicago, but the world was older; science and art In a brief bad made many strides and, with these rapid chunges of modern civilisation, the world demanded much and it was not entirely forth coming nor in keeping with what might have been demonstrated. The i elebration of the opening ol the Panama canal, the greatest event since the discovery of America by Co lumbus, demanded some epOOhal cele bration fitting to this task. In which American genius has triumphed where an older and in some ways more capable nation had failed. Origin of Idea. The Idea of such a celebration first originated al Ban Diego, California, a comparatively small city but one whose citizenship hus already demon strated Its true American spirit Sun Francisco, in the opinion of its people and of many ( 'alifornlans. believed that San Diego as a Pacific ( oast proposition--was unable properly to carry on an undertaking of such gi gantic proportions ami through Its great influence In the congram of the t uned Slates succeeded In muking the Panama-Pacific International ex position the official governmental ex hibition and celebration. Undaunted and undismayed by ibis official set -back, the great men of southern California, living in the pity by the harbor of the sun, decided to proceed with their first proposition and build an exposition c omnieinora tive of events In the progress of Am erica since the discovery by Colllttt bus which should In the one which would dlllerent iroin be held at Ban Francisco and radically different from any other ever held In America In other words, it wus determined to proceed upon new lines In exposition matters and create a type so olgnlfi cant that it would stand on its own merits and rank with any yet held In exposition history. This was a pro blem but Its solution was possible as has been demonstrated by the re suits now iii evtdenOf at Sun Diego. o Mii".oollon to Follow. The PannmaCallfornla exposition at San Diego is, in the Judgment of those who have bad opportunity so far to pass upon its merits, one which in every detail adds to Ihe sum of human knowledge and Is In no sense of thai soli which will leave a condi tion of stagnation behind it. Since the Inception of this exposition Idea the city of San DlSgO has doubled in population ami trebled iii material wealth. This shows the wisdom of the plan adopted by their board of managers. This stale was invited to participate in the exposition. Inasmuch as the center of all authority, military, civil and ecclesiastical, for more than two centuries, was located In the capital of this stale, during thul period, and as late as the last half of the eigh teenth leiitury controlling even Cal ifornia Itself. If was particularly prop er that New Mealed take advantage of this great Opportunity und derive a proportionate share of the benefits of the millions of dollars which were lo be expended by San Diego and southern California, at a compara tively small expense to our own citi zens. It was to the utmost degree fitting that New Mexico take part In an exposition which had for Its mo tive by way of celebration, the prog ress of that portion of the United States in which New Mexico had taken the most prominent pari. Santa Fe. Its capital, had been the center and ! in cm by y, S. POSSE Little News Filters through From 'Scene of Trouble In Wilds of Southern Utah Mountains, V MOSNII JOURNAL tCIAl LIAtfO Wit, Salt Lake Civ , I'tah, Feb. 2'J The following telegram sent from Moab, I'tah, by Lorrnxo D Creel, special In dlan agent foi I luh, was received ,,i bis office heVe ilus afternoon "Last reoi i i broe more i udlati captured. Posse awaiting orders e lieKer is on his wav from Qraysnn to ib in und proiulses Information at once if line I" repaired, He wlrei no iii hurry through with Cook I tssisl ant l tuted Htates district attorney), bringing all manacles at Moab, lie denies rumor he ordered troops. Lo cal posse sufficient. Am Bending re luy team for Cook, Sheiili nl tlrsnd COUttty Is assisting me In planning re lays to llltlff. Cong and mysclt will proceed night and until we reach muff, U'O nnl.s from lore Snow deep. Am keeping Indian ofti. e ,i V lSe(." A telephone message received from H. Hege),' cashier of a bank at (Irayson. advised thui nothing defi nite bud Pinched there today from Uluff. He said the telephone wires which were cut i.v "Old Poaeya" band of HSOegade Indians yesterday between llluft ami ili.ivson were still down, but that the repair men were out to restart inectlun. The weath er has cleared at I Irayson today, he said, so thul tin posse assembling at (Irayson may proceed readily to 1 11 u IT. twenty-live miles southward. Hs said the people of Clrnyaon did not believe the Indians would attack Bluff as t here are enough men in and around Hlllff to defend the town, but nol enough to BUI oh the retreat of the Indians If thev should try to eseap. distributing point for the trade ami common ,, between Spain and Mexico and the wash in portion of the United Htates for more than a hundred years. In New Mexico geographically as well as commercially, wns located the I point Whet the two great civilization!. f the North American continent met the Latin-American from Ihe s and the Anglo-American from east. Fortunate Indeed, it was great opportunity was prew whereby New Mexico, for ihs time for all practical purposes, placed In position to offer to world n statement of the pari it olllll I the I that ntsd ; first i was the : had I'll th ved in tne miii'itng ami progress oi great wmth'.vnt. Through ignor ance on the pan oi tiie ordinary Ain I i n an of the i .istcrn states the New Mexican has always been misunder- I stood. The put t which he and his I ancestors played in conquering the great west, from the Mississippi to the Pacific Coast, occupies bill a few lines In the Recital in the school his tories which harva found pla a In the public and othel schools In the mid dle and eastern slates of the Anuii can union. No wonder that New Mexico has always been misunder stood ami never appreciated, in ac cepting the invitation to participate at the great celebration commemora tive of the completion of the Pa name canal and the progress of (hose great areas w hii h once were provinces of Spain, New Mexico had the one great chance to prove to the prejudiced world that within her confines we have thai wealth of loyalty and Intel Ugence which Invites by way of com panionship the good people of every land. The Fx position Different. San Diego demanded something different, New Mexico, far beyond ull other states of the west was in position io fulfill und conform, Hiven the style of architecture at San Diego, as our board was given lo understand, must be of the Spanish-Colonial type. Here ugalli New Mexico was aide to offer a type which In truth was Spun ish-odoninl and at the sa me lime the truest type of American architec ture, to be found on ibis continent, the type (slablished by lie Franciscan fatherg of this province, whl.ii shows nO BeUropean influence whatever, a type of siuii dignified simplicity thai the building which has bei n erected by this board, u counterpart of the great mission og the Bock of A coma, is at once the admiration of every vis itor and In itself an exhibit of such momentous lone as to Justify the ex penditure of every dollar ever ex pended bv I his state alomt lines of publicity. This board, commemora tive of the deeds of those pioneers of j (hp Spanish and Mexican days Whose i nrlnelna I libation duiiiur two and one-half centuries wus combat with hostile savac.es, thereby making it possible In future years for us of to day to partii ipate in the li ults of I h I ligation, as an appeal for Justice to an unthinking world, has erected at Han Diego a monument to tholr pa triotism, their loyalty to country and to the Christian faith, n ir athe dial of the desert, every line of which disproves and put to flight the idea of New Mexico and her people which the romancer nnd short-stqr) wrltei have seen fit to promulgate through out the American nation. This board, upon Its organisation, wa confronted with n great problem finance, The not of the legislature which gave voiir excellency authority to appoint its members, demanded that a. sail ... building be s I i, ul Sun ihego niiil no exhibit In stalled therein which would be indic ative and representative of the re sources of our great, slate. With a Icnowlcdg nf the great palaci s which were in course of const ruction at San Diego, on each of which were being expended hundreds of thousands of dollars; will' ;i knowledge or the fad that these expenditures were being made bv San Diego, whOSi natural re- ll onlililieil nfl PSSJi MX.) ) HAIR aJ........o-aa--a-a- COMING OUT? Dandruff causes a reverlsb Irrita tion ..I the s'idp, the hair roots shrink, loosen and then the hair comes out last. To stop falling hair at once and rid the scalp of every particle of dan druff, get a 2D -cent bottle or Dander ine al anj drug store, pour a little In : our hand and rub it Into the alp. After a few applications the hair stops coming out und you can t find un' dan ii uft. through the hills. Some of fie In dians of the neighborhood onhnui. fitendly to the white and wij Ihey will not join the bandr under "Old Pok" and "Old Poaej " COPPER SEIZED NOW BEFORE PRIZE COURT 1ST WOHNisa HMSNAL SMOIAk I .AMID WIN! I London, Feb 'it ,..:ui p. m i The leisure ol u conslderabis quantity of unwrought copper for Sweden whlcl was brought over In two neutral Ul three lllllivh slllis. came up baton the prlte court today. The counsel, for a Sw. disl, , omiianv said be Was authorised bj Ihe Swedish minister to say thai the copper was urgnnlt) needed in Sweden to fill governmenl i ontrt ti it. Rsked for an under Inking 1 1) the iintish government that tin government which had re-j uuiaittuncd the copper, would not use it before a legal settlement VII leached. The attorney general said the Itrlt - ; h governmenl, while it was prepnr I ed lo act reasonably in the matter. could nol give such an Undertaking If the Swedish minister d.slnd to make anv repreanntaUonn, he added, I he must do so throuah (he foreign office. The ease was adjourned on Ihe application of the attorney gen- iioioigrnois ot Detained. Huston, F'i. 22. Dr, H. A. l.ang feldt, Canadian immigration agent atatlonad here, todav denied that two immigrants recently arrived at this port, had been detained or wa re tin- : del surveillance bv Canadian officials, ,s suspected ticrmun Mdes The ie port that two men were under sus-j Iplcion, was contained in a private 1 message l e, i iv ed at I'olt la nil. Me . i 'last night according to lh recipient, rroni Canaillan sources, suiioseuiv ; thoroughly Informed, Vai(diMi-c 1 all- Clovis, N. M.. Feb. 22. The ware house belonging to UMn . rUnry, baa fallen, In which ten Ihouannd bushels oi grain kafflr and mulxc, were stor. ed. About l,wl bushds warn praclpl. tated I,, the ground. The grain was stored in Ihe warehouse hclonglni! ti W. W, Pry tintii it could b sold. ARE WOMEN NATURALLY DESPONDENT? A prominent writer so claims Women ar natltuted with Anil cate organism ami in nine cases MM nt tin on ol. 'I depression ni.iv be attri buted to an abnormal condition of lb" I system, Which expresses Itself In nci I ronenesn, alneplaaaneon, ognltaeh . i headache, eanulng constant mis. ry bind an a result despondency. I.v on 1 K, Plnkham's Vegetable Compound, n simpl remedy made from roota and herbs, Is the one gnat remedy for this condition. It goes to the loot Ol the tf lUble und overcomes despon- dency, A Word Eventually, Why Not Now? Be One of the Ten to Get the 10 Albuquerque Gas, 502 W. CENTRAL B Their MILDNFSS appeal to one FATIMA smoker, their D W "RODY to another, that DIFFHRliNl' TASTE to a third, ffl 9 FATIMAiosatishn ALL that, in preference ;' ; W to any other ic cigarette, the big demand ia j ' I ' iVxm FATMA "I I 'jirr MJdncss V-rlju 7l n FALL HAS NEW PLAN FOR PACIFYING MEXICO: AY MONNINA JOUANAL A,CIAl I IA'.Q W I A t I Washington, Peb. II. Interven tion by Ihe United States, Argentina, Broail and Club' to poll,, M., ,iand establish order Wus urged in the sc" ntS today bv Senator Albert It. Fall, Of New Mexico. Tin senator con cluded With an utliu k upon (leiicial Villa. He asserted that Villa on en letillK Mcxiio ( 'itv selapg and fon iblv held four days French woman Whogg husband bad o.ne, th bus In Franco after placing bis pmpofftg in charge of the Ficn. li ambaMi iibu "This was not the a t of u subordi nate tint of Villa and I am 061 re peating rumor." declared Senator Fall. "This Is Ihe man upon whom Ihe administration, i might s., sin- cerely, seems to have looked lo bring order out of chaos ill Mexico." LUMBER Albuquerque Lumber Company 423 North First Street to the Men SPRING IS STARTING EARLY THIS YEAR AND AN EARLY SPRING MEANS A HOT JULY. GIVE YOUR WIFE A REAL COOK STOVE THIS YEAR DON'T MAKE HER USE A FURNACE. FRY A COUPLE OF EGGS ON A COAL STOVE IN JULY AND ENJOY THE SENSATION. THEN GET UP NEXT MORNING AND ASHES TO MAKE TWO MEASLY AND FRY A SLICE OF BACON. TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT. IT'S NO CINCH PARTICULAR LY WHEN THIS PERFORMANCE COMES OFF SEVEN TIMES A WEEK FOR FIFTY-TWO WEEKS. WE WOULD THINK YOU COULD INCREASE YOUR WIFE'S SALARY TEN CENTS A DAY, WHICH IN ONE YEAR WILL BUY HER A FINE GAS STOVE. GIVE HER THIS RAISE FOR ONE YEAR IN A LUMP SUM, SO SHE CAN GET HER GAS STOVE NOW. WE HAVE JUST TEN STOVES IN OUR DISPLAY ROOM. WE HAVE GOT TO MOVE. WE DON'T WANT TO MOVE THESE STOVES TWICE. THEREFORE, WE WILL REDUCE THE REGULAR PRICE TEN PER CENT FOR THE PRIVILEGE OF MOVING ONE OF THESE STAVES INTO YOUR HOME DIRECT. Electric Light and Gained 23 Pounds Mr. Adda LaV dittph rln VUU ht will iv you iVth, new hfn na Imi 't. Hbritt: "I oolv wiirit1 liift pound whin 1 itartftd to Uk (Vrtoo I wifh WM pounrU It ' iii 1 troi nnl iii." Tbound ol mm sitd tioi;.v Itov o r t u U J k tax i lioa J nh. 1 tKMia.tti. Mi.1 tor (hroufit ttt rmrkM pi-i""1""' OfLoti 'J'bfy writ from lt txiuutna ic41in biw I Vrtont tiiirtvvt tlirlr iouka, euvanni UmU liont ami tillct out hullow ila.- ttnt uthw ttiiiift pruvnt uoflrom, Yutir turn ouw. t i I. in liriuK r'lnh, l'lM Compltiioii. Oood 1 iifgtiim, Helrpulitng hltfii, Hound Nvrv g, i. I viialily. f tt in- i rld tit " Urtn-I' m Woodrr" for it ovoid drur nd ootaiu tooi ItMid Miicnoo wbuu iiuuinri and hmld up too wiusU nntriii (lei a Imt o( i'ton al aov druf. .t ami ara bow uuirklv you will iuiutuvu. 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