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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1916.
i I. 1 ' - EIGHT CRESCENT HARDWARE CO.! nml riHlnsr. Plumbing. Ilcallntf. Tin and Copper Work. KtOVCH, ItllllgOS, Hons 1 Hllll-lllng Good-. lllllll. Tool-, Iron pipe, tulle j SIH W. CI MHI AVE. 11 M PHONE 315 j KODAK SEASON Important Notice All creiliii'i'" 'f tlic Thirty-fourth Nov Mexico Stale Fair arc reitie-teil to meet in tlie Commercial (.'luh l';u!i Wednesday Morning. March 2nth. at 10 i i'cl ck. Have your hills itemized to pre sent to the meeting. ES why do tiii: nt:sT iiocskwivi s insist on Boss Flour IT TIE CO. P. BOATnlCHT AND C S We earn the entire K A ST MAX I. INT.. Triees I ri', $1.00 to $03.00 Supplies for Amateur and Professional Special and Prompt Sen iee mi I k'velnpiiio- amt I'rint iii; Your Kilms. GIVE US A TRIAL Mail Orders " Returned in Twenty-four 1 fours. CI! CONVENT! BECAI.K THEY GET TIIK 11 EST ItEKfl.TS BOND-CONNELL SHEEP SHEEP AND WOOL, Office nml Warehouse, Tljcrii L YRIC THEATER WILL REPEAT TODAY ONLY "ACCORDING TO LAW" Miilitiil Miihlnpliimo in lle Heels lonliirlns Mil OKI II Gltlt.OHA nml HOW "WE CARL AND THE CAME" Chapter Ten "Th rough I he Flames ' ' featuring HELEN HOI, MIS Time i,r Slum I :I0, 2:1?; I Ml. :!.. K:ltii, H i:,, .11:1.-.. I When Wanting to Serve I to Your Friends I THE VERY HIGHEST GRADE TEA OR COFFEE Have RED PACKAGE TEA AND RED CAN COFFEE WARD'S STORE IIOMFJl II. WAHD Mgr. til Marble At. I'lionra 2VA-1M. Strong Brothers Undertakers pkomit M.itvK r.. phone 73. KlltOVG f U.K.. OI'J'i;il ami si:i: Ni LOCAL ITEMS Of JJSfTE-REST ThomnH i bible, of linwson, X, Is a isitor In I he i lly. I'llltl.lle I 'Oll'l Will be 111 Session tlllS morillll;, at the CUIirih'Mlse. ,li,.s Mabel Williams has returned troin , Hvlalioinu, whi le she spent scv - er.il weeks' hi u t i, n. lldiry l'aiiow lit iirncil esterdav from K.ms.ih City, CIiP-hko and other eii"lc points, where he went on bus iness The Woman's Christian Tempi line c t'liloii will meet tblK al'lellioon at the liomo of Mrs. Kiefer, 411 West 1 1 run -He II V elllle. The county , oniinlssioiicrs will meet at la oYiih u toiiiorrow mortilmt ai I lie , on rt house. Anyone having Imsi ii, sn with the board should appear I In n. Louis Had. for yeais a prouiineiit wool cotiiuilsHion incrchaul hcic, Idi last iiliibt for Ins home In Hostoii ;,fl,r a business visit to Albii,pier,iie. Mrs. Ilio r remained ,, WHn nn iiils. Sink' Senator Isaac Hailh reliuned yesiciitay from a trip to Kl l'nso. Tucson, Ariz., anil rhoeidx. In l'lmc ol be alMUcd several c.tseh I dorr the . i i.oiia supi cine coin t The Woman's Home M is. lona ry so t li ly of (he Centinl Avelllle Methodist , hnl. h will hold a tea id the home ol Mrs. II M. l-'oiwocd, liiul Souih Wal ler sllcet, this a ftelliooll, liom :i to .'. "i Im k Hyeiyone is asked I., come ..ml I i iix a friend Mrs. Allied i ; i ti ii sf e hi will it-t urn this i'iiIck on the Santa IVs Call- tornb. I i mil allet an absclne of f.on inollllls, wbl.h i-hi- .'p'-lit In New York, i 'til. in;,, iiii, 1 leiivi I IP I d'cmhtcr. .l,ss Hilda, left hc in I'hl- in: 'i, :;omK lo New Yd Ii. M I's. tirnns- SPRINGER YOUR SATISFACTION IS OUR AMBITION i Notice to Albuquerque The Advertising Committee of the Albuquerque Retail Merchants' Association has refused to issue a card to Messrs. Basye and Jellsion for a Classified Tele phone Directory. C. G. ACKERMAN, Secretary AND WOOL COMPANY HIDES AND PELTS Aiemie nml Kiillruad Truck. Mt l II M l frlil i omen thirdly from Denver, whore mIic has lien, v i m 1 1 i ri k her dnuKhter, Mrs, Hot hirer hot , wife nt JlldKe Holhaorber. WOMAN'S CLUB BRINGS NOTED LECTURER HERE ! ThrriiiKh the (Ifniis of the Worilnli'N flul, (,I whlrh Mrs, .It, hit W. UIIi.om I W I rslddll , jl I l':i II U 1 1 ' I , I M have I, cell inatle for ,i serlrM I" IrdnreH aloni; cm, mi mill Iiikn Iv III'. William M jMalliii t,f Klrlimund, Viruinla. Ii. j Murlin ,, mi's J i 1 i 1 1 v rei ninnirnded l,y Irailinu iniiiiHteiH, cilucatiii'M and I scii'iitiNiH uf l,lh lOniil.ind and Amer i ieii and (he ell i r. , ri if . 1 1 , i ' 1 1 1 1 -1 ' 1 1 " 1 'will have l lie rare ni,i,rl ii nil v of lieaiini; a nd'H'M of leetuieN Hint have iK'l ll of Iiu hI I in. I Ide 1,1111'l'lt to t Ii l,l - HandM ,,' people on this nml nthcr eonl men Ih. I Tllenr leelnreK are In he ih'lielcd at the Wimmn'.t i luh iih.iiis liei;imilii I Wl'dllCMl.lX lHclloO :: o'eloiK. Ilhlte of lei lures III follow Kill be'MII- I nolinc . I later Iroiii the maiiv strung j 1 niloiM-m. nls and newspaper com ments on in Ai.iltins in Hires on j "The II. .1, ii , the Si liool and Hie Church." "Moil, m Child l.tf,. xn.l i I W in so Many t'liildicii Arc Ahum I nial" and "Co-opcral Ive fnmniunity j Win 1 1 . " ' H is believed that deat good Will result to the entile com m an i t v. All a i'e urged I" avail I henisclv cm of tins opporl mill v . All iniiilsleis ami , m , -1 1 1 In rs of Hie I'nretil -Teachers as jsochilion Is eiuiieslly inv 1 1 I lo nl Mcllil III, se lectures by courtesy of Ihe . onian's club. I libel In lures vv III I delivered I'V ' M r. Mai tin nt t he email' ( luh building T'li ii i ailnv t veiling ut s o'clock .mil l-'tldav itft'inoon nl ;! I o clock, an,! nt the I'r ihiiicb l- ridav evening at o coc. i t ' ' ' 1 . . v t . X - I' v. . 1 I -i . ji Ifcii.i.n h ,n'ty..iiii ii i mi .imimmi.ftaj, sx in:. ii i i m w ww w. I ! Drmrri I PACT IC on! I persuaded that the principles and pol- irUWtLL LAbL lb OlILL it that have wrouiiht such great i DCrnDr niCTDlPT rnnnTl,h",Ks f,,r llu' l,",l,)M t when DhrUnt DISTHICT COURT I "I pn- l Unowinsrly will work benelic I - . jlally for Albiiipieritue when put into r The plan, tiff finished early vest day .ifiernooii M ihe cas,. of ih Anuiuan Trust and Savings bank' against Howell, d al , w hich has l ,-u on trial In the district ,oui sune last I rid. iv. Tin- e. i nun. hi. m ,,l the fust, witness lor the defense bad not been i roiiipldc'l when curt adlouined y.-s- t-lilav cv cuing and will be , ,,nl this ni'.i lung d I NOTICE Amir ismil tan for till (I Is now due and oa Ml I ile at ll West Conner An- HI lt M il I.O t lllM V Kol ltOltll, by John lllake. Collector. : Trimble's i I lierv ami siiddle Inuses. ltd Hani Dr. C. H. Conner Osteopath Hldlf. I'lione 155. 125 Offic Stern 3r ; City Treasurer Goodrich r Not ! Renominatedi'Trfeasurer's ' Place on Ticket Being Given to II, I, Gardner, PLATFORM DEALS WITH THE WATER QUESTION' i (council in their unwarranted ahtuison- n , r i i i i' r ' i'''s"' "f 'tie mayor for th last two Provides tor Holding bpecial en, and then- i, -insistent attack rUi;., Prvfo.n rinl rwlt-.l11!'"'" ' Policies for the ureutor 8ood LIUUUUII UUIUIU I IIKU UlAdO ion Is Taken in Settling TliiSi'',,1;1;, Issue, t 'it, i Here Im the republican ticket: .Mayor r. II, ItoatriKtil Clerk ThminiM Hushe. TreiiKiirer II. T, Oardiier. Conricilmen: Klrwt Ward Annelo UP Tullio, Second Ward It. ft. UthRow. Third Ward -Jene ll.-iK'irard. Fourth Ward- John M. .Monro, Jr. Aside from the choosing of the party's candidate for treasurer the republican .(invention, held at the; hradtuartcrs lust iiitfht, was marked by harmony as thick as a foijr bank.! in. ,M,,nu,,-.s K i'ieM . "' still tie called a contest. The two lending republican city of fice holders. Mayor Iloatrlnht anil l.'ity Clerk Hughes, were rcnonilnateil without opposition. City Treasurer A. W. flooilrich, however, was SUp rilanted by II. T. Oardner. clerk at the Santa I'e railway shops .Mayor lloulriuht was iii'tiilnnteil liy NolKhlior" 1 1. .. I'orterfielil, who , sahl that the mayor hud been a nelijh- bor f his for ten yours, that he was a man you could "He" to and thai he ,....,,1.1,,', 1.,..,, II... ..!.- i.xl of a cent. The una nliiions vote of every ward dehiiation was cast for special election lo bo called for that the mayor. The mayor expressed his ' pnrpos". lliauks In few words. j "Wo eonnrululute the City of Al- I iiiiiilinoiiH Vote for llunlies. i bu(iicriue and its pur-lie spirited cit l'ellx liai'a placed Hie name of l.'ity j 'Zens fir the . estu blishmeut of the Clerk IliiMhes bclo ro Ihe convent ion, civic llelinriueut league as an aid for suvlnit that his iioinlnaiton was cpitv-j the doservinu poor; ulul further lor nlent to election. II" also received i the pluck. eneiKV and magnanimous the unanimous vole of ihe four dele , HHd'- I (. 1.. l!eriullsoi nominated M r. i Oardner for treasurer Itankin, Treasurer A. for the office held now The Vote follows: I'lrst Ward - liardiier and Don J - I ; n 1 1 1 1 1 li -1 1 I be laltel- I t iood rich, s oml Ward -ii due I' H, I iiinil rich 1. Third Ward "liarilnei blank 1. in, Oooilrli hi j h I I 'ourth Wat d ; :i i iliu-r i looiirb 8. Total liaidiier :.ix, Oooilrb h I K. Thai tin- "ird Unlit" issue wmm lid loo ilead to be re ived was indicated in John W. Wilson's address as tem porary chairman. He spoke of the republicans' stand for a clean t It y two years aip, and declared that they slood opposed lo its re-establishment. Water ami "Hnl l.lslil." Mr. Wilson referred to tho water Works ipiestion as vital. It seemed Hint the city, to net water at the rates it should, oiikIiI to own the supply i vslem, he said. This statement drew applause, Mr, Wilson was made prr- I niancnt chairman and Mr. Iteindtson pel nianeiit secretary. 1 The (i. o. 1'. platform consists of i two principal planks, nccordiiiK to the resolutions adopted by the convention, They al'e opposition to rc-establisll-liieut of the restricted vice district and the water ,Uestton. Here are the resolutions: "He It resolved by the ilclOKillt'H ill convention assembled, pi the city con vention, held at Albuipleltpit', X. M., 'on the Tth day of March, I'JU'i, Hint the party renews its faith und loyalty to the principle,, of the national rt- I public in party as advocated and ex- III!...! 1... ,1 I i ..1 lolcfcol1'.', ii) .c'i.iif.iiii i, in coin, a, i, ' """U.lll 11. Die re, I IO l. II,.. moot. Ii, party at the present time; that wo are Working force and operaiion by ihe nariv a ,1 voci, I In.. Ibion Wi lieliev-M that Albiiiiucniue Is one of tho host cities of its size in the I'nited Stales and Is now due for a marvelous growth on account of its strategic lo cation, sunny and salubrious climate and the Inexhaustible resources sur rounding It; we know that If Albu querque is lo grow and prosper as i' should, the forces applied must be construe the and not destructive. "The republican party grounds Its faith in Albuinierque ami pledges its nominees when elected, to work In harmony with the peopp. of the city to bring nl, out n greater material growth of the city and welfare and happiness of the people. "He It further resolved that we heartily endoise Mayor lloatrighl's administration of the dtv affairs for jthe past two years und commend him 1 m 'he highest terms for keeping his Merchants pre-ejeo...,,, promise in olimlm.tlnj the "i t il-linht" district; and further we ,..i.,ie b.iMm..-iii,. way in; handling tho public funds of Urn (Ityl . whiU'hy h ha boon able to pay Off! approximately Jl-UHHi of tIi- $1S,91 out lmlt'lti'diif 'hh against the city 'existing when tit In,, k office, al the 'same t lino piiyliiK "11 current Oil U and Icxpenscs promptly and now huvlritf a i lialiiiiri' of $4,S4 .H ill the general 'fund. ' Wo, (n niiHpai'iiih terms, condemn i f aciion or me iiiaoiitv oi inr. ',( Albuquerque and the bettor protec BOlvod that we re- affirni our oppoHition of two years hko to the "red-llKht" distrid, or brothol. and hero aKain pledKe our undivided i opposition Htid resistance to the rr-es-J tabliHliiiient of the same within our ifair city. Wo are for n city clean and I wiiolcHonie, a city prosperous mid ,!rlty beautiful; we aro for tho foslor- imk of all the constructive and uplttt Injf forccM of the city which promote htirhor ideal nnd better IIvIiib. "The water supply tiuostlon in one of vital IntPiPst to tho citizenship Of the city and we bellovn It should re ceive sune and serious consideration with the view of ellrninatini,' It from politics and political influences so far a possible and fixliiR its status per manently and thus relieve the people of the city from periodical fiKhts with tUo private owndHhip of the company und Heeure for tho people tho best 'possible rates on water; and In order 'to do this wo believe ttie city must jown Its own water supply; hence we j:tre In favor of nuinlcliMtl ownership of i the water fupply system of the city, j "Wo pledue all our candidates not 'In make any final decision either to purcliase or build a water-supply sys- teni or to iirant or extend any fran- ..iiise therefor until the-e ouestions Ishnll IuiVh been first submitted to and lecldetl by the voters of the city at a M;lu.roHllv of the people who made possible for the citv to have in pro- ,., r,l,.t in t be boa m if nl nrac. 1 1 . . . i n,.,iesH,. v 1 i i t.ulM. i ItiK vvhb-h will for the future Brace and adorn our city and also servo (o protect and conserve Hie vouhk man-j In, o (I of Albmiueripie. We further recognize ainl approve the efficient, i iiutl courteous uianogement of the last state lair held at Albuquerque, and we do here now place ourselves on record as bviiiK in favor of holding a slate fair In Albitrpieriiue in this year, 191(1, and pledge our nominees when elected to do nil in their power lo aid tho management of the next fair in putting on a more successful fair, If possible, this year than last." Wilson City I luilniuin. Here, is the make-up i f tho new city luiitral committer: I'lrst ward Kred llevn, Tonv Mori-Ill. Second ward John W. AVilson, J, 10. Klder. Thu-d ward Kan l'lidilla,, . K. Fit tchcr. Kourth WardA. I.. Martin, (', U He) ndston. Conunll.toonian-at-l;Vi8f Mayor lloatrlght. Al. a meeting of the committee fo. lowing the convenlion Mr. Wilson was elected chairman, Mr, Klder secretary and Mr. Heyn treasurer. pKMocit.vrs c.r rs, m t DOXT J1T AWWHKHK A caucus of the democratic dele Rates to the convention to he hell in the high school auditorium was heltl last night In tho party head quarters on West Hold avenue. In the absence of Chairman J. K. Oood cll, It. IC. Crews presided as chair man i f the caucus. It had been expected that the cau- i ens would consider tho question of the availability of Henry Westerfeld for the nomination for mayor in view of the recent disclosures regarding his connection with the socialist party or ganization. Dr. S. 1.. Huittn, how ever, turned the caucus into a meetiiiB in lavor of munlcipul ownership of tho water supply. An attempt by Chairman Crews to get the delegates to discuss the matter of the nomina tions that are to tv made tonight resulted In a motion to adjourn, which was carried WILL NOT PROSECUTE MAN WHO IS SAID TO HAVE STABBED HIM i Jose AtViirado, who was placed in .tail on the charge of assaulting J. J. llarrejos with a deadly weapon, was released yesterday by the county au thorities because Harrejos would not make a formal complaint against him. The men were employes of a tailor shop. While they were alone Alvar atlo is said to have stabbed liarrejos with scissors. Hearing- several days later that Harrejos was on the point of death the police placed Aharado in jail. STRUMQUIST MOVED John X. Strnmquist, Jr., plumbing and heating contractor, has moved to a more central location, North Sixth street. Telephone 1-2. 'Gentry's i-prs," Jaffa, Muloy anil 30 cents. Han kins. Sold by Expert Masseuse. Ph. 1381. Henry hauls baggage and other things. Phone 939. Herboth paints signs, bouses and decorates. Phone H95J EXPERT GWES ADVICE'' vrjN PLANTING OF TREES .,. !.. ,.,.,. I lie ioiiovwok iui-nu, lions i "in rp ii. itiff the planting of shade trees have lieeii furnished to the Civic Hotter ment leawuo by Korost Pathologist W. II. Lonu: Move the tree with as many roots as possible. In Ihe interval between the difiuinu: of the tree anil Hettitif? it In tho hole, its tools should hp protected from tho drying effects of the wind and sun bv covorhiK them with a wot gunny sack or ether damp , i overtnu. llil? a s'luare hole at least four, fool wide and three mini one-half loot deep. For the lowlands, pro- j coed as follows: In the bottom of Hie hole atounl two of its sides, place pipes six inches in diameter, made of tilinit or planks, u in, l-.ir,iu linn J,,t t, , u,,,- v-i .,.-, j ot the hole up to and ariove tho sur face of the ground for six or eight inches. The ends of the pipe in the hole should be open. lly moans of this system of piping, the tire tan ho watered from the bottom in place of watering from Ihe surface furrow. After this piping is in place in the hole, put in a layer of fine mellow soil one foot deep mixed with well rotted Htubltt manure one part mnmttr to two parts soil). If manure at leant one year old cannot f.e obtained, use only mellow surface soil. I 'so a rich loam for Hie balance of the hole If it can bo obtained: if not, use rich top or surface soil. When the tree is planted, there should be a layer of soil .it least six inches deep between the bottom layer, which contains tho manure, ant) the roots. in the highlands, the pipes used In the bottom of the hole should be i made of two foot pieces of tilim? about six inches in diameter placed I end to end, since tho trees there Willi have to ho watered several years longer than those planted In the low lands. The bottom laver of soil (one 1 ...... .1.1 b.n ....1 n,.n tllir.l lui'l roioiioi t oio,-n ii ui utir-iu,, . i mellow soil, one-third clay or adobe soil and one-third old well rotted t,r.,KI ,ti,ir- If III., lioinol-e omitted, use ermul purts of mellow, soil and clay or adobe soil. The cla' ) soil used should a thorouhly put- ; vorizcil and mixed with t he? other! soil. The clay is to help hold the moisture. The balance of the hole can be filled as previously describe! I for the lowlands. j Thoroughly wet tho earth in thoj hole, then place the tree in the hole : (so that its roots win he spread oui , ami in such a manner trial tin1 ire will stand about two inches deeper (not more) than before it was trans-j planted. Kill in around the roots with j finely pulverized soil and pack firmly. ; Wet the soil down as it is put in. j Kill neatly to the ground level am! thoroughly tramp the soil around Hie tree- then fill to the surface with j finely pulverized earth. ' Kach tree should have a support (a stake! about two or three inches (thick and six to eight feet (nil. The tree should be lied t,, ibis stake with ! a piece of ohl rubber hose This '. I n.. ,l. ...1...1 l....., -I,, r I I, lll I I, T I'd 11, 1- nil", ll.'lll i,, ! the top of Ihe tree which would keep 'the tree loose in the soil, thus Injuring Its roots. , Street trees should have a guard ! of some kind to protect them from ! injury by horses, pussersby and ve- hleles. Trees planted according to j thrse directions should not only liv e but grow rapidly, If given sufficient water. 'THE MISSING LINKS' AT THE PASTIME T0DAY-T0M0RR0W Norma Talmage and Klnier Cllfto'i, two of It. W. driffith's popular stars, will be seen in a very Interesting play entitled "Tho Missing Link" at the Pastime theater today and tomorrow. A short synopsis of the play follows: Henrv Gaylord (P.olert Marion) elopes with Myra Holburn (Norma Tillmadge). He takes his bride to the home of his father, the local banker. Jasper Starr, the justice of the peace, Is bitter against the (lay lords, as he is stepfather of Myra and i reaentu her marriaue. There is a run i on Oaylord's hank and Jasper is up- ; pointed receiver. He acts In a very harsh manner towards the banker,! who dies. Henry threatens to kill Jasper. j Some time after, he finds the jus-j lice lying dead in the bank. Iloside ! the h'-ad of tho dead man Is a cuff j link. Henry shows the link to his ; brother Horace. The brothers sus- poet earn oiuer or trie crime, neou is arrested, as lie nas neen seen neai the bank on the night of the sup- I nosed murder. I Chris Tompkins, an amateur detec- live, discovers 0. P. Martin, the ex-j cashier of Oaylord's bank, burning some papers. He finds a scrap of writing yv hicb corresponds w ith some torscd notes. Later Chris ransacks Martin's suitcase und discovers tht mate of the ; Jasper's body, j breaks down the cuff link. cult link found near Martin is arrested and when confronted with Henry is cleared of tho crime. In addition to the drama Sam Her : nard who already has become popu lar in comedies will be seen In a screaming two-reel comedy entitled "Hi-cause He Loved Her." CANTATA 'HIAWATHA' IS POSTPONED FOR A WEEKj The Fortnightly dub cantata, Hiawatha." to have been given tn- I night, has been postponed until April j 4. Season tickets will be accepted, j Single tickets will be placed on Sale at Ctiinshaw's tomorrow. i DAILY AITO JX)lt .TKMFZ AXD.f sri.l'Ill'lt SPHINt.S trove l'lHstoffli-e 5 a. m. I'or Infor mation I'lione 2N0 or 817. I'. Itomero. BEBBER, OPTICIAN Citizens Bank Bldg. . Tli. Journ..l,.ivU jiM4v.4Uar Sov every correct list of answers to WWo's Wiho In Albuquerque, Strong's B THEATER BKsT Da HHOW I.N TIIK MATK riCTt'KKH CHANGE KVtKT DAI two i:vth hi:i:i.s with. iu:;i i, k i oi ii-i:i .i :i, i THE TROUBLESOME LETTER Two-part Kriterinii THE REGENERATION OF JIM HALEY Three-reel Diamond special. THE LITTLE TRESPASSER ( onidl.v. H c l mi A THEATER.. L aotllalC Today and Tomorrow The Missing Links A Ti'iiingk -I'liic "iris 1 4 Because He Loved Her A Triuiiglt -keystone- Tuti-rccl Comedy. I'caturing Sam I'.eriiard. it TIMK OF SHOWS 1:11(1, :;!(l. ADMISSION ADULTS 10 itoAitn or iiKAi.ru xonn TO l'KOl'KltTV OWN Kits, ITU IT i I . STANDS, HAKi:iUi:s A Nil MA It I ! KKTS. 1 He it resolved that every day should j !be. clean-up day in Albuquerque but! !in view of present conditions und tin-j jourly approach of summer all citi- Izdis are called upon to clean their; 1 premises, abate all nuisances and; comply strictly with the health rules! lof the city. j That after April first, 1916, thor-1 iough Inspection will be made and ac-1 ,, J f, " en , UC4-'ordinK to the ordi-; nances against those not complying1 with the same. j I Publication of this resolution shall! jbe deemed notice to property owners, j i fruit stands, bakeries, markets and' jail others concerned. j Passed by the beard of health this I 1 20th day of March, 191 . ; (Sift-nod) I .1. A. REIDY, D. S. HOSKNW'ALD, If. B. KAin-'FilAN, I I.. C. KICK, MAYOR I). II. BOATRIHHT, Members Board of Health. Altest: THUS. HUGHES, City Clerk. I Indig-cstion and Constipation. ' Indigestion and constipation are I unions the most common causes ot ill j health. A man never feels so eoni I pletely used up as when his stomach goes back on him. Fortunately quick relief may he had by taking- Cham berlain's Tablets, and in most cases this relief becomes permanent. Do not jrh'e tip but take Chamberlains Tablets, pet well and stay well us many others have done. Obtainable evorywh ere. NEW STATE HOTEL - I'lrst-class rooms. X. F1HST ST. 1MIONI3 (It 409 TAXI- M. -PHONE 887 n. OLSON. TOO TiATTl TO CT,ASSIFT. I p i (, It KNT -Furnished housekeeping rooms, sleeping porch. 410 South I Kdith. I.OST Pointer bitch about one year old, liver and white; $5 reward, . notiirn L'l 6 West Marble. j Month's End Clearance Sale !of Gen uine Navajo Indian Rugs Our reservation store has tieinantlcil cash Instead of a lone Inven tory list of rugs on hand and in order to reduce our Mock by April 1st. we will Sie in H-r cent ofr the regular selling price of any Navajo ling in our store. TIiIh sle will be iitlculaily intercMiiiss. a it includes the 1st lance , P selected lot or extra I'liic' rugs sent in espii-ially for tin- stoi-kineii's t-onventioii. All lo ro at H in-r cent olf Hie regular prlct-; nothlnjr reseniil. you c in't ai fohd to miss this sale. ii The Bennett Indian Trading Co. MAHCH 27 TO APRIL 1 Ave. Opposite the Posloffi,-,. and Commercial I'ourth and (;old 9 Gallup Lump CwrUIusi Lump Hahn Coal Co. PHONE 91 ANTHRACITE, ALL SIZES: STEAM COAL . . Coke, Mill Wood, Factory Wood, Cord AVooiL Native KUiiflintr, lime Book Store OPAYl HOOK AM. o Pin -reel Hiainu. IVnliiriiig' Norma Talm.'iao nml I liner Clifton. 1:0(1, 5: 0. CTS. 7:IHI. H::t0 ami 10 p. in. CHILDREN 5 CTS. C T. FRENCH MORTICIAN Gray Motor Hearse and . Ambulance APPHIXTATl V K SKHVICK LET US SEND A MAN To noplace That liroken Window (las AUlCOrKKQI'i: I.UMISKlt COMPANY rhone 421 423 N. First VH W ANT YOUlt CANDY", SODA AND l.HNCH Tit A 1)13. WATCH ioh sauhday candy SAIiKS AT GRIMSHAW'S Painting and Paperhanging PHONK 1817 VANDERSY1T & I;AXCASTi:n IOH TIICNT Dirwt l.lnc Coal Yard. Apply, Mrs. John Coniclto, A'ojMlonin Annex, Set-ond ami Silver. Gallup Store Cerrllloa Stoe i P.CV THIS BHANI) OP "TELMO" il CAXXI3D COODS AND YOV I IIAV13 TH13 UEST I Club V