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What's New in New Mexico"!" lirnn nnrninrn otitt nrTTinn itwarnLmnta !ui!,it btiiiNb T . we. r) Jl" ' IP..! L vH A. WnnnA .mi E rnrr mini in ITU 'ounuus oatuci vuif-ru w- FRfF PH.! British Front Where At- ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL WEDNESDAY. APRIL 21. 1915. CHIEF BEN COLES LAURELS AS HOBO'S HORROR BATTLES IN WES FOR CELEBRATION MUCH VALUABLE ftRLY IN JUL! Head of Las Vegas Force Keeps 'em and as a Result the Efficient Police Movin, City H Little dime, as CORRlt-ONDINCI ' "O""""" JO"""1-! lift' Bill Ui Us ' ' gas. X. M . April -. through the efficient r , f of Polli i1,,n Cobs, hai "V. .... i,..li.i umblem for lb ,1,1cm for tin- pn , Tli. ret Of that solution is IHtlni tb hoi OM with a firm oom Tm " keep mVln" and letting r: know lul what kind Of MM 2? WlH receive should th,y d.ctdc ', ,,. here for day or aft. " ,1,1,., i city m this state is as ,. known for its police force ft M X Vega Chief of Police Cotea, ai MJuih ' . .iiil. rat, man, deals out Zl, treatment "here It in needed. L,i,nallv il is necessary I o apply which has resulted in th, MM SvlriM .v, i...- v. gat i wide berth ' ,', ,, Ihe hoes began hitting the '., . California It was an MM) , ... .. ,.,,e for thrm by arresting ....... ,..,e,i in beat it at OWN ami . tiinm tn ten luvs I ilior ,he"itJ treett. RoweWr, during oast t onthi ihe hoboes came " r,,, that the City treasury would tuivi been exnguMeo om luil V, lllllllilll ilMMIH . I ,.,, ill h,- allo I'll lO ,c,o..o. " ri miff Coles seeing the useless expen .litnrc i" thin way decided to cluing hai method of .haling: with this class aj no i ' allowed entrance n, ihp tit lookup. tirl Cold Welcome ,if,(. one or two hoboea will direct to the chief office end ask to BrTMted In order that they may H,,v. bed for th.- night and be Hire r f, mi I lir morrow. W hen sum , man appear at the chief office ,, he is Informed that ho win he ,,,.,, n jail hut that he will he scn t.,.,l to from sixty to ninety days in lh unity Jail on me eiwii ngraney. The average knight W n roaa M nol .are to spend thai length of tlm. In the county Jail and us a re mit practically nine out of every ten who ask to be arrested change their Hladj and follow the chief's advice 10 hit the trail. . , , the re is a story that is told here ,.f the handling Of hoboes In Ibis citv a nitmbcr of yens ago by u cjplel who believed In handling thl class ol men win, care. The city jail was open for nil at thai t n.e. that is a 11 migiu upend the night there without Deirig tegtenred or arreateu ana on 01 1 - eaaloit a quantity of ItcfUar W'!S takd, into -U loiUup. During the night tl -a,-!! cared for" bol.oes became iml.il... .1 with the IDlrll of war and a I result one member of the crowd snl- (ered a fractured skull and It is said ilied later. I 1, mid eause the expenditure of mrj cent In the city treasury within three month if 1 arrcated every hobo yyhn mines into this city now," said Chief of Police Toles In reference to this big question and theT l little iluubt but this would be realized If kuiIi action were taken. nflen a policeman is severely crlt' rlMd for dealing out lough treatnunt In the hobo class and audi has been Hi. caae I" Las Vegas. Many consider Chjef Colea a heartless man. but the Hiune a said of officer In every city. In order to fully understand the treat ment, thoHe who oppose the strict measures might relieve the officer Ihey criticize for a day and then per haps the opinion would be changed, sins Chief Colea, who Is a firm be liever of the motto, "Von can't he a policeman and be popular at thesani' lime." LODGE OF PERFECTION OFFICERS INSTALLED IC1,L COK.IBPOND. , , TO MORNIN, ,OUNLl Santa 1,'e, April 20. Supreme Court lattice H, 11. Hanna last evening ln Htilled the following officers of ganta ft fOdge of Perfection No. l: Harry S Bowman, venerable master. Lucius bills, orator. Frederick Muller, al fttoaer; Charlea A, Wheeion, secre fry! E, R. Paul, treasurer, t.'halies V- Kanen, master of ceremonies: ftob ''II I. nrmsl.ee. expert: ft. C Wade, Jr. assistant expert; .1. H . Wagner, ngptaln of the host. Senior Warden Tin anas .1 Saiiford and Junior War 'I'li Frank E. Andrews being out of the city, will be Inatttlled at the next ipetlng. Alt lan Chapter, Hose Croix. No. I. at Ihe same time elected the fol" ln..ie officer: Norman L. King, wise master: Robert L Drmsbi'', Wnloi warden: K. V.. Wade. Jr., Ju nior warden: Frederick Muller, gl Moner; Charlea A Whelon. secretary; It. Paul, treasurer. SEBASTIAN INDICTMENT IS FOUND DEFECTIVE '? MORNING JOURNAL RtCAL USIO WIRtl WW Ahgelae, April 20. Indictments against ('harles ic. Sebastian, chief of Police a,i, Victoria Despnrte. m ainor ."r declared defective but w ere not '""in -scl i,y Judge V. V. Wood here balav Sebattlan la charged with contribut s 'n Mm girl's delinquency tmd the rtlfl herself with perjury. Th court gave the district attorney Jjn'il .l inday to decide what he would It was said n-w Indiclments would aske, tr, replace the defective cget T FOUNTAINS. HOTEL OR gkUWKtRC Get HORLICK'S THE ORIGINAL MALTED MILK The Food-Drink for All Ages "IU. MALT GRAIN EXTRACT, IK fOWDEg ii i . yomWHOMMrr Official Round-up of Cowboys! and Cowgirls of State to Take Place in Meadow City Before Millionaires, itMC'AL CO lllS PON DC NCI TO WOHNIN JOURNAL, Last Las Vegas, N. M. April SO. ( The first official roundup of the H I hoys and girls of this state will DO I held in Las Vegas ilurniK July I, 2 and! I The filial arrangements lor this! Mo event rere Mtnpleted IhH and from all Indication will he suc- ccMfit iii even way, over i(IU riders will be In atteud aii' e at th,. reunion, while the visitors will number easily Z.IIOli. The Mil lionaire' Special, a Ida automobile touring parly compoiad Of l8 wealthy residents "I N. w Voi k, I'hlladelphia and Moston, will arrive In l-as Vejfiis on the opening day of tlie reunion audi Will probabli li.. in attendant e for tw o days. siiinwiiii 111 un. Tlie niovement for the reunion cam. about as a result of a similar i i-M iit w hii l. was held at Tin umcurl. X. , M last year. Los Vegas was men tioned as a desirable location for the event this year and the Commercial club, upon I,. uk informed of the COH- siderut ion, began the movemaol iu make the affair .1 statewide uffalr. Ilyer.y event known to such reunion)! will be on the program and many val uable prlsea win be awarded, tfona no es, bron. o bttattng. fancy rope con test, monkey drills, roiling goata and bufrog, riding the bull, roundup ex Itibltiona and every Other kind of eon test known will be participated In by the cqw boy and glrin present. Ijis Vega liuslne houses will mak,. up the puraaa and donate th prize, to gether with the Much enthusiasm Commercial Blub.j has been aroused lure and the reunion will undoubt be a success. GREAT PROGRESS E Superintendent's Report Shows Rapid Strides Made by Pupils Along Line of In dustrial Education, '.riCIAL COHRI PONOftNCt tO MOtHiNO JOUNLJ Santa Ke. April 30. Miss laabel Lancaster Bckeia, auperlntendent of the Qrg.nt county schools, today re ported ua follows to .Miss Manette Myers, supervisor of Industrial edu lation in .New Mexico: "It gives me pleasure to report that the schools of (Irani county have made marked progress along Indus trial lines this year. In practically every school of the county, industrial J work of some sort bus been done and gome of b has been excellent to a de gree. The sewing deserves especial mention, all practical lines being taught The sewing done in the Hur ley public school, undei sion of Mrs.' Aubrey H. the aupervl- rtartar is of such a degree of excellence feel it cannot be surpassed tin schools of the state. that thai I I "At Hachitu under F. limited manual training has I, een provided anil suits have been obtained the school, under the C. Uavis, a equipment excellent re The boys of director of Pn.fessor Davie, installed a sanitary j ilrinkimr fountain and lavatory and. made also a great many useful ur tii les. Throughout the rural schools of the county, sewing has been sys tematically and regularly taught, while school gardens have been made In a number of the districts. A num ber of the schools have nccompllgh ed unite a lot In manual training, al though the apparatus is very limited. t'ountv School superintendent Jonn V. Conway in addressing the teachers I Santa Ke county today, Insisted ; upon securing netier graues unu oar- ttftcute for next year, saying: "No doubt you are now making , preparations for work next year, audi I take il for grunted that you have in ; mind securing better certification or belter grades on your present certifi cate. f course, you know that upon the grade of your certil nale will ae pend the amount of salary you will receive, ruder the present law, the director will naturally be on Ihe lookout for the best qualified teach ers that money can procure. I should advise I'otl to begin studying at once :.,,,i irv to secure a high n grade of rarMflcutp as nosslble The Santa Fi ,...,,,, institute will convene on May 21 and continue In session for a pe ii,,,l of four weeks. A corps of the best instructors has been employee and this will be a tare ooportunlt) for you and friends In tlnish your preparations." To Kslablisli Woman's Temple. Santa Fe, April 20. "A Woman s Temple for New Mexico that is to he one of the uses to which th Ca thedral of the Defter! is tp be put ir it is built as proposed. A suite or s.iiialdv furnished rooms is to be at the disposal of the Woman s cluh. Ihe V a. It the ladies' museum com mittee, tin- Woman' Hoard of Trade, the Mothers' cluh and Parent-Teach-ers' association, who will also use the great auditorium for their conven tions, state, county atid local. At pres. ent the Woman's club, the museum committee and the Daughters Of tM American Revolution make their headquarters in the adjoining palace of the governors, which will also re main at their service and winch will be equipped With retprj from .wi. i, n,a refreshments for ...1 ..ftui, in,,r be served, while ii. .....ii.., auditorium ei es lor committee and buainess nipetings. There is no other state in the union. .. I.. . such civic eenier aii" , ..-..men K nrtivitles aa ,a"' " , y,v Mexico and it. ID B C OF GRANT COUNT! Miss Gulliver's Travels, Re- potted In Magazine Story, Spiead Fame of New Mex ico All Over Country, (ClL ..... -.I..-. ' 0NIN JOUBNM. Santa ft, April 20. -It Is hiah claw edvertlelni thai N'ew Mexico la ret- tlni from the Xcw Mexico hulldliiK at San lileco Here is Mary S. nulla. u inaKaxine writer and she leajfei la luixe eve out) for the New Mexico Mature of the Sun Diego exposition, which, by the way, are found not only Ig the state Inilldintr hut Hi timst o, the other ItrUCtUim Mis i.ulllvei Wl.tes ' 1 To COntlDUa the method of j learniuK history . the visitor should k 1 in t he 111, turesiiuc New Mexico stilt tinlliliiiL- where, with thoupund of r,., . ,,f motion nuture lilins and nu-1 nieroii stei eooticon slides, lei lures jHIli inii restlnn exhibits, lh. eiiterprls- mt ,. w ytexieuna icti u,e u, ,.. interesting legenda of early New Mex- s well as S rOBOUrCM and pros-1 , a Evm half hour duriiiK the1 ilnv ili. se free n ctuie showt ure given ' and are atn nded by thousands Hav ing aoqulrad a more nitelh- mrnnt I; now le,l,. of the Indians, of the wonderful archaeological finds gf the attack followed and country, and of tin beautiful legends promptly repaired. In which the southwest abounds ,, April IS. ihe through the picture and lec'ures. the I three nilnea in th' I v s.ior fraquantty retrace! Kta aiMMbut thej' were quite to study .gain the exhibits In the ill-. Taking diiin arts liuibling or the .May a hkmiu-, ments. the prenisiorie ,,ioou,,,i-,nn .., 1!,. California building with their mysterious hierogl.v pint s and carv ings "In the Indian arts building la a miniature replies of the hlaturical palace of the Covernors at Santa Fe, nil Hits model, collided with the lee- i lur, on the palace given at the N'ew ! Mexico building, is one of the most I Interesting Of tlie historical exhibits. Built on the site of an ancient Indian v lllage by Juan de Onate in UN, ll I was the seat of government under four different regimes, the Indian. ! Spanish, Mexican and American. The building w hich w as In the nu - 1 ture of ft fort. castle and a govern ment bmiding. shows evidence in iu I . .nulrni'lliil, ..f the effect of tlltec dfs timet ocrlods. When u. few ycara ago. the historic pile was restored 11 was 'discovered that the lower part of the I walls was built of puddled lock and like concrete, the work of the early ! I ml, gl is: the second portion of wall was ol adobe, indicating the coming Of the Spanish, and the upper portion of the walls was of brick set In mor- lur, the work of the Americans. "Situated as it is at the end of the old Santa Fe trull. In the scion, 1 old ,t city in the United Slates, It has been the scene of stilling ev-nts. and I much of the history of Ihe country Is Intertwined with the story of the I, nil, ling At present It Is tile home o' the Museum of New .Mexico and the, 1 .School of American Archaeology.; which sends expeditions to all parts; of the wt stein coiilineni suio.miik I" ' ' . ... . ...... . .. I . I II...... IT 1 . Historic euiiM. an. r.,K. director of American arcnaeuiua) io, tlie Archaeological lnstii.it.' ol Atner-, ica s a so n charm- or t lie an auoi archaeological exhibits of tin; San W- lego exposition, and many ol the markahl. archaeological ll ms seen th, hi., exposition wen- ii m aiilo d under. direction. I 'PU.. ... 111.. . . MeV CO ,.,.ii.,ir... ul...- Hi. , ret'. .r..n, rooms oflHagUi Ihe famous old Palace of tlie ,overn ois with the treasures and prehistoric relics and tlie mural painting - depict - ling Hie life of the pre-( oliimlnu cull ,1 wellers. ITohalilv tew people Know Hint il was in one of the rooms of this same historic building that (icn eral Lew Wallace, at that time gov ernor of New Mexico, wrote the sec ond book of Pen Bur And many peo ple do not know that OhC of the great est schools of an haeology In the world is located there, fher in the 1,1,1 palace patio, one side of which has been enclosed for class rooms, a i popular chautauqua is: held each Bum- i mar." SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY FOR YOUNG MEN i How to Learn One of the Best Occupations of the Pres ent Day, Unquestionably the automobile bunt. tmss, although still In Its infancy, pre sents one of the most promising field,' ..r ..miiinvmc.it for ihe vming men of the present, as well as the oming generation. It is nine y necessary lo slate that .illO.OOn its were manuia , Hired in the United Stales during mn, While mote than 2,01111.000 cars are In I use In the country at the present time I to give one an idea as to the army i j of men required to manufacture, re-j I pair and operate Ibis Ir. mcndoiis .number Of pleasure ears and business trucks. A good automobile meeiuinic is unite sure of oniiib'vment even In the dullest times. All that is ne.es niy ,s to get the technical training, and thorough knowledge of the mod ern mechanism, as well as Ihe knowl edge of electricity (the starting, light ing and ignition systems) essential in the repairing and handling of the modern car. ll will Interest the reuderH of this paper to know that the most com plete and pra, Ileal education Iu the automobile and electrical line can be obtained at Ihe National School of Engineering, 2110 rfet Seventh street la Angeles, where over 200 students were araduated lust year. This school bus been establ'shed fourteen years, nml enjoys an enviable reputation all . over the country. It is kept Hinr IqughMy abreast of the constantly Im 1 droving conditions in automobile con struction, and offers one of the most (attractive avenues to a lucrative posi tion open to the young men of today, line Of the attractive features of the National School of Lnglneering is a speclsl arrangement bv which their students are enabled to obtain their room and hoard In exchange for spe cial work while attending the Institu tion, ileglnning April lath and until fnrihei nptlce, the school is offering a speej.il reduced tuition rate on ac count of the expositions Full partic ulars will be furnished by them on request. Occur Day and Night, ,., NO.-.-. Lt.M .... April 20 13: IK i. m.)--ln the eml-wockl narrative written ' mi offlier at the hcHil'iuartrra of the Brltlah army I" Kranee. under date of April t, and given oui toda by tlie off loin I press Inireau, the writer re porta the captun i, the Hniish of a Oermati poattlon mi a hill to the west of Z.warteh in Iloth belUfgrenta lost many men. lie ,1s,. repbrti In- , leased .,' tll ' - Hi- lle.o ler lhan-air aervtoee , t iaya that four ileiman aeroplam en brought t" earth within three daya. The officers account say I lulling 1 Illicitae. The Improvement iii the weathet sliiee the laet re"ll 1 e: suited 111 in- , leased actlvlly of hotn our own a no the enemy forces and our air service. ' Advantage in me ex nangae nas neeo with us. in the i diatrlct four liosllle aero(i,ies nine aown in me us and two by th. I rem h. Yesti rday I...... ,.f our iiirllo n li ne off tltl - ............. , hoatue aeroplane. stant tally trfe IJCt.n.llswtnCe on Which he was engaged. Kiii lv on Apm 16, the enemy near ft Klol -helled our trtnehes heavily and explod, 0 lured some of our , mine wnicn parapets. No the damage vv as enemy exploded fjaaaei district, harinlei. No. l. ,.( (,veg (in ihe eyeiiini: m moo , , exploded a mine under nill Mi no. on the VpreB-Coniu.es rallwav. to the -.., ,.f 'wiirtlene This Immedlatelv as followerl by an attneg wnu o gained possession "I the wroic m no 1 enemy trencnes on me ...... ,m cms suffered heavily from the ex- I ploaion and we tool, two officers ami fifteen men prisoners In spite of ft heavy bombardment which caused I main casualties, the in n, lies captur ed were put iii a stale ol defense dur ing the iiiaht. "The enemy renewed the bomoaro- I merit Inwards morning and followed , this at 6:10 a. in with a determined . ounter-iillack. Thl attack Wti pressed home and tlff hand-to-hand , lighting ensued. Our infantrv. tight Ing With great gallantry ami w mlnalioii and WeU supporieu o - 1 tiiierv drove off the enemy witn , iplete succeae. Our losses were j verv heavj but the ib rtnans suffer- ed still more severely. iicat )ff Ckerman vtuwska, j Throughout the 17th the eiieinv , mak rep, ,iediv renewea nts aim.n. m- ing deapergt, eiToits to regain i urn w he , Wa ol areai on, anee. A I gaining i atopea of prompt lv This one time thev succeeneo m fooling on the southern the lull, but Ihey Wt driven hack again. very morning the pneiiiy B nl- contlnaed to lacks ceased, but thev bombard tin- hill In the Igtter lighting two more Of fleers and thirty men Were CftPtureO. li ing total "f four onners Him IfOrtV" live men. II... ulaleoienl III a re, elll I .et'lnan official cominu.ii' ation thai we an u . i ...... i., ,1... Voris JT!. .. r.,Kl, I, iiouhtless was made . theea Willis - freely employ d by Ihe enemy in mew aics on ..... fin. (lermmiy signed h clause in n" ellaniiialitiK the ue ot aspin - ialing gases REV. T. L. LALLANCE TO DELIVER COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS TO AGGIES 1R1CIL COR'UNOIC TO -OONINO IOUMLI State College, N. M.. April 20. President George E, l-ad, of the New Mexico state cllege has am need that Kev. T. L 1-illance, pastor of the Methodlgi rhurch Of Albuquerque N. M., will dellvi . the annual n meni addrese a. the college Ibis year. The class daj i serclses will be In Id on Wedncsilav. .May 2(5, and will be fol lowed by the c meacement exi rciei on Ihe following afternoon, when Iti 1 rend Lallante will deliver the ad dress to the graduating class. Hut ton bite will deliver the class day ma (ton, The hacea laureate sermon on Sun dai Mav 23, will be given b Rev. E. K. Mathes ol the Mesilla Park Pushy- terlan church.' The nintolilv of the eOliV lor lb'' 1915 Swastika, tin- college annual, has l bu n forw a , 'I' 'I lo the printers, ah cuts liavp been finished and are also In the bunds ol Hie printers. The fin ished books are expected to be dietrlh uted before or during commencement w eek , The Coin, I'i iau Literary society i" rehearsing "Otro To'ro," a burlesque on the Mexican revolution, to be given in Hudby ball on Huturday evening of this week. SANTA FE CLUB WOMEN HOLD LAST BUSINESS MEETING OF SEASON oiasRrea ro -drnini . , , . Banta Ee, April 20. - The Santa F'e Woman's club held Its last business meeting of tin- season today In the Palace of the C.overnors. All the various department! and committees made then annual reports, and nom ination were made for the following officers: First vice prcsblcnt, Mrs. Jacob Welti, ,er and Miss Jesso March; aecretary, Mr. L. o. Olllette and Mrs .1 A. Holla: treflsurer, Mis HoWftH Earnest arid Mrs. Paul A. F. j Walter. The club unanimously passed a resolution urging the board of edu cation to grant the for the ere, -tlon of the replica of the New Mex ico building at San Ulego. Nomina tions were also received for the . iri ous department heads A committee consisting of Mrs. Mc Fle, Mrs Patterson and Mrs. Warren was appointed to upper before the city Council and the chamber of commerce, both of which met to night, to urge relief of ihe condition caused among the poor people by the recent rams fkhoolhoiiaes and many private homes have been thrown open to destitute people for shelter, .. . "STAR Ml Men Who AMERICANS arc large S(-'rs ol explosives, im uistr.ni Lot employing thein to destroy, wt use them to improve. Tlv,. eewM ..n.T-icrrM in tlir m:i 11 II f.H t lift tlf eXDlOStVCS arc cleaj-minded and steel-nerved Of course, they can r smoke hut thev want the BolaCC oi tobacco whop at work. Most ot them chew s)'.R. They chew STAR .ill day long and find the last chew as rood as the tirst. - Vi.u'U find that the thick STAR phiy. Ihe tncli.iw, Innir-Ustin.v; vhcwiti;', K.it drv out like a thin ilu. and that iwr; u lull 16 ouiKv poandi The demand is so ureut that the dealers' shelves, STAR CHEWNG LEADING BRAND NOTED AUTHOR FANCIES SANTA FE ARCHITECTURE u ' , OMIIPUNDINCI TO MOWNINC1 JOUNL) ' Ke, April 10. Harold Hell the author, has let tile con w tract fer a mansion and Ullllllo, wlin h is lo be built in Hie new-oid Santa ft style ,,s ggempll iiied in the Palace of ihe Governor , Und the ew Mexico building a' "'an j I Diego, as w eil as In the rjntvcndty I buildings ai Jbuguerqtl. In fact, I picture of Ihe propoaed atudio,aho III lo be almost a reproduction of one i. .f the univei lit) dormttot It I i The sine lin e w ill go up in the Hoi- lywood foothills facing the San F I - I 'nHiido vallev I S.in I, inn mb. Mia ision. Huntri Fean am much gratified that the sty le .... chargcterietlc of (few j I Mexico Is Mudlna acceptftnee by the leading an hue, is of Ihe cmiiitry as i (the only really American iv architecture. The Wright house is to have a frontaifr of 2'iH feet, or almost the length of the Palace of nu Qov ernors and ei ceding Unit of the N'e.v Mexico buildinu a I San OlOgO, mlM mnv t fH..l .1"... spporianttK n.iiiy if r"u j ht.1 wni arlii , , Climate Failed; Medicine Effective afferent tr .,n Tuefceluii t tint mediate, win set belft ,,lr. remilsr huldis ami a-.oil resteriag heairh, etti gwe i enea tliom. f-.-l "flRll llth i. , h Ink Ft Mil aid Hi leaded, 1 Kefc- Mnic hav il Alteratlva. Read thl M.hli.n lit "llpnlb'll,,-,,: i t, rims I, ii i hav been aeeed arnvr Oa tie, ,'l,er 14, jreuf leetnuiieei rri.it, ii ireiti... Illllf. 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SAFE Soinethinrj Ncw--Not a Dye- Acts on Roots. 1 1 gray, tuem lv ilcl ihg, s in pl.v BUpll Man Hair Color Restorer lp hair rind s.aip t few limes rubbing il in gently l'h the finger tips, nothing le is tequired. Tli1-' ilmple treatment makes mnr irray hair dark, soil, fluffy, silky, thl. K, giving the hair that drk, fasclnHtlng luster and gbtindanc which matte the hair so attractive, t Han Is not Ulekv or messy: harmless, .md I delightful hftlr dressing. AIo a'dP dandruff, falling hair or Itching BCaiP guaranteed to dHrk-n gray hgti ot wi charge Ir, .1 Rig v.,,. I,, itle onlv soc Butt's. Inc., Drug gtorefti AiJ qaerque, N. M. mt ol town i ''" supplied by mail. DARKEN GRAY A Goad Thins lo I'oxs .-1,,m Chew Are Men Who DO allnws vmi RWfJ "1 tint STAR can't STAR Huv: wcijhi STAR iwvct st.i 1 kmg on TOBACCO OF THE WOULD I STKRN-SCHLOSS COMPANY Genera! Olntribotori Albuquerque. N. M. Was if MJQ now lyoucan buy the Hotpoint Iron at Thl fane cool H the Klectrti ,us "hot point , si oi citing bandl operate Horn gay Th, Hotpoint Wherever tner pre . w lienev work ,uanshii Klociri iron g was a possible i r conslsti'iit with and material. Still gu uicnls i ranteed f' the price r ten . pern May 3rd. !u Till: tun poin I tn Hoi point fl Griblovo 1-3 during 1IoImimii Week, May 3-8 While you're buying the Iron HOTPOINT l l (IHII,MTOVO. ,t K a dandy, operates from and hulls: two operations at ll l,. ,h, , iv The regular mice of Kl Week Haj t I, It i one r 1 1 it on kl (triWtevo. , ; ritatovo ale at V Albuquerque Gas, tlectric Light & Power Co. Phone OH 16 oz. Plugs 10c. Cuts r1 FAYWOOD HOT SPRINGS Kor Rbeumatlam, Btomach Trou blea. Kidney AllmentB, lnflamma tlons, Arterial Hardening. Looo motor Ataxia, Nervous Hreaklng. I'ei ,. , 1 leal inent. Perfect i l, mule, BeaUA, I'lenaure, lairge Modern Hotel. Hooklet. T. 0. M. Il ItMOTT, I v o --it N. M. CHICHESTER S PILLS 1 .,11.-, A.I, )..,., I'M, ..I., I , i -O J II,r..VX Mil. in In. I " U..I.I n,oalll,V , ..... . Mnr gintwi. f 1.1. .. sm ..tt.rr lt,i r f rmtt lr..l'. A . I . Ill , UK ITH ,V'M ui(t r , yf.rt limi.nM llcat.Mtasl. A, , Sll,l'HI SOLD Blf DRtGOISTS t VLKYMUfRIi t iobIi grawi eetgMye or tha mint. ,,f r.frnl" Mko llt of til eatenm 1 1 rh Jeuragl kettei IV 11 1, 1 j a ie ope w nh the tud ftn alwsyii- attache mn sm k. tf't' G. Ji the Lead chance I I,,, ten vein --linprov ed Improvement reduced in malnl inlng Hi" ftlgnMl quamy oi begin IN5 MR ( IMll. I Ills. s,t Ml ,lt Off ns demonstrate lo you the NEW uhlned eleclilc i ill and stove. lamii socket hrolli, fries, toaafs I Off, :. o, 13,1 hilt during I That's a Hotpoint saving nf TPl tl NTS.' J w " 991 m MBMf MtM n ai.