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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1916.
FOUR MUST SHOW O. B. IS II TRUST Li Baltimore Federals' Suit for $900,000 Based on This; Not Considered in Negotia tions, Allegation, mi MonwiM jul iwrui unto wisl Philadelphia, Murcli 2'J. Urnniil.txi baseball If fnlii another attack intalnst lt existence In fi unit for I'HKi.dud damagcM filed In the Tiiit'd States court hero today tinder (lir no tional anti-trust lawn by fhi' Federal l!nt.rball tluli of Halllnmre. The de fendants In the suit are the National and American IcaRH's and the nix t ecu clubs making up their membership; (lie thrre members (if the nntlonul baseball I'OtlliriiW'loii: Jiuiuh A. Ull mnre. flmrlrn K. Wci-jliiuan nnd Hurry Sinclair, formerly of tho Fed eral hagUC. If tin' Federal league f liultiniori' wins it m suit, organly.cd baseball will lie In peril of attack ly the federal Kovi-rninrnt, it l unld. The differ ence between the null filed WkIhv and the nun begun liy the Federal league against organized baseball In Chicago In January. Jir, Is thut the present action I one for damages only. while lite firm one was i(tl liijutu t ion to rcvtruin organized baseball from con UnnlDfc t-ertut ad nlUKOl I" I" violation of the Nhrlman anti-trust Jaw. To 'in Hi1 present notion, Ihe Hnl tiijiiirc clhb must show that oi'tanltcd baseball in Nt present -nriitt Itut ! In In violation of the Sherman anti-trust law unci the flnytnn anti-trout net. If It proves thiM nnd recovers dam age, lawyer n.iiil tonlfiht. tho govern-' ment may have; to (akl tonnizunce. of the court's decree. The rtulttmorc dub alleacM that It win not considered In the negotiations lasl winter which remitted In the un called peace agreement hetweeii or K.ini.ed bniM-hull und Federal league owners und that In consequence It (dif fered a loss of ).'UHI,tiiiO and asks for trliilc dumuRri" under the federal ntitl triiMt lawn. The complaint KioH a history of the present organisation of the game und Km operation, mentioning the .Na tional agreement, the national coin tnlKHloii. the Hawehull Flayers' Krnter nlty nnd the various leagues (hut enter Into orninizcd baseball. The com plaint recites l he organrat Ion of the Federal league charges that organ ized baseball entered Into u consplr iicy to wrecV. It hihI gno Into detail of Inn ncKOtlat ions whereby the bod- rnl league win illmlmited from base ball competition. The Haltlmore chili charge that the National nnd American leagues lire op erating In a comhlnnlon or conspiracy to rent ruin trade and have conspired fo inonopolb.e or to attempt to moiiop llzc a part of the cotnerce of the late Iti violations of the federal unll triiiit lawn. t TAII, T(i HfiK wihki: V. m; maiiijo." mvs h;m:h New York, March at. President 'l'vner of the National leiiKUo, when Informed of the null filed In Philadel phia today by the Haltlniore Krdernl jenlfnp baseball club, mild: "i iruanlzed biisi liiill inndiiote.l lis neRot lations lookmif to an ndlusl rnent of baseball i onilltloiiH. not with the lialtlmore club, any Individual i tub or permm M presentiim a nlimle lub or tntcrest. Iui rather with the Vcdetal b'aKUe as an ot Kaiil'.;al Ion, It wan our tindci-MlunditiK that the I'ed eral leiiKue wan nctlnK for till Its com ponent clubs mikI had proper niithnr Itv no to act In everything that was done toward a settlement of nil con ditions. In effecting an adjustment if baseball condition we ale hiiIIh fied we did nothliiH Inconsistent with the Sherman anti-trust act or Clay ton ail Therefore i. (,u t,, m(. wheie we hio llatilc iim set fotth In the suit of tho llaltimole I cib ial b'ugue ililb." 1M SVT TIIIVK l'l IMII I II S I I ti ( M M OV Cliiclnuatl Ohio, Mulch 0--Aii-Kut HcrrtiiHiiii, iliiiunuiii ol tlie ni lional Iriseliall coinnilsalnn, alter I i -inii 1 1 1 1 r 1 1 1 1 1 nf tlie filing u the suit tiv the IJ.iltiiinitc Federal leaitlic ilu i In Philadelphia lodav, Mild: "This suit has b en evpecled for a bun; time. There in no use of c.i'iim Into the merits of (be iiisc now they will coine out when we file our nn hwer In court, I'eiMinallv I do not believe the Haltlinoi'e people him i Icj; to sland upon in the couits." Tlucrs lllank San Antonio. San Antonio. March V tl. Hot h teains pl ived fast b.isel all hi re to il. iy In the t-uiiie tietweeti the I let roil Americans and Ihc Sua Antonio Ti xui I'liKinrs which lietrou won. It to ". STOP! CALOMEL It'l Mercury! Attacks Bones, Salivates and M.ikcs You Sick. the Then s i n p'.nnn why a person t-hou!,) (ai,- K.i la iiiiiu, Kiliviiiiiiff cnl ornel when cei is le ys a kufce bot tie of D'iii.n's l.,.r Ton,: -ii perfect Biil'fclitnte for , ulon.ci. It I j ldisant, vielable liquid w)i:."!, will Ma' yoMr liver an iitely an laloine'. nut It doesn't make you ni Ik and i an io,t tallvate. children und grown full'. can tak Iiiiilw n'ii Liver 'lone, Pc uUM' It I per fect iy harrfilcw C'a'onu-I 's a uaiq-eroim drug. It i mercuiy aiid attud.s your In. nes. Take n dose of nasty cabunei today und you will fie) ijk, lciw und nnuseuted to morrow. Don't loup u iIjv s wori-. Thka a upoonfi;! of IHxison'-; ;.,ver Tnn in hlead und you will wnk up feeling Ifr'il No more biliousness, eonsii patioii. ulugsliihnesii, headache, cont d tongue or mur niomach. Your druggist ea If you don't find Dod (n l.tver Tone acta better than hor rible (Mlortifel jour money le waiting for you. BREAKER TO WIN S ODHSUEI ! PLUVIUS AGAIN SHOWS AFFINITY FOR II. 0. PEOPLE Despite Rain Good-sized Crowd Attends Third Ward Meet ing; Mctcalf Points Out Need of Hard Work. The Water ( kciV league atinln pltked a rainy nixhl f"r the Third ward n i 1 1 ii u W. I'. Melciilf led i,rr iii the dlH. im nlon with H (ritUI.-iii of the iiiennn iiK'd bv the wnler company in naln favor In th miiiK election on the bond issue. lie cinphiiHl.cd the ne- cennlty of bard work on the purl of municipal ownership iidvoeati'n In the Hhort tlin" hi fore a tleclnlon ,of the queiitlon by the iiilillfied (lecliiiH. Attorney fiimiinT liiiritnan n.w the flKiiren "n which IiIh calctilntlon" had been miole of the profits that would nccrue lo the city ehould the plant of (lie present company he taken over. He repealed hl Ntato- men that (he levy and collection of l he I ii x for IiiIci'chI and xlnkliiK f utxl uonhl nut lie neccHKaiv when the re turn from tlie water rutin would meet thou" charncH. In connection with Mr. Iliirkhail k vlcwn .in opinion by Hie aHornev cii- ral wan leiil bv Attorney I'earce ( . Ilo.lev coiifirmliiK that view in re- Kard lo the nature of the conHlltii li,, mil iuhvIkIiiii. Mr lloilev dwelt on the ethical sldo oi niunlclpi livyii-, ihIiio. lie MiioKe of the iiiitoiihcii re- npoiiKltiillty which would lie placed on the cltv ol'fiiluln, und lh ioiihc- iiieni iied'SHtlv for nn llicreHneil In terest on tliii part of lliv i Iti.ens in their choice. Clvl, prble would play n Important part, mcordlim lo Mr. Ilodev. In rcHtraliilmj h.Ihiihh should the people in ((Hire the water aiipply. Duly to l'otcrly llnilh. Senator Inane llarth cnine out firm ly for the city ownership of the water plant. lie emphasized the duty to posterity In aciiuirliiK toich a vital tie ccsnlty of life for the benefit or the people. ('oi)slileilnn the ruin and the fuel thai ibis was In the nature of a ward meetiiiK. n Komi nl.cl crowd waB on ham). Itesolntlnim were passed en doiHinK the plan for a bond Issue. Notes of Interest From State Museum tSPICUk. CONHftPONDISCt TO MORNIN JOUnHAK Santa Ke, March "!. That the de partment or Justice Will proceed thruilR-h I'lilled Ht.it M iJiHtllct Attor- ' ney Kiiiuiijers IHiikhart anainst all I.,.' i.,w....Oltli.. U i.rltit liniwi ill I'l-imoiiit ivimiiniinh, 'T ' !.. nntlonul nioilunietitn, enpei lulls" tit 111 Cran Quh'irti and Inscription vooltl Is the declaration to the nniHeiim in a. letter Tecclved today from .Stephen (i. Mather, tinnlntin( to Hn'retary of the Interior l.nnef ' An cHtlmat of iri.flOU Ivan been tiuhmittfd fu con urcHS for the protection and improve ment of all thr iiallonul monuments under mipervlHlou id' the aecretaiy of the Interior,'' iiccordltiK to the latter, which also l.rliiKH the Information that "the (Iran Cjiilvlra national mon ument is under lontrol of the Itiferbu department, but In view .r the fait locution mrtmeiit the din in the depart- thai It Is remote from the of any field officer of the de and belter facilities were at posul olV the forest service Man.aiio national tolcst. the ment of iikI'I' lllture was reipiented to assume temporary chiune of patrol nnd prol'cllon of the same, and in Hciorhnice with this request the dis trict forecler at A lliliiUe nple now has (be monument under IiIh mciiciiiI su pervision It Is understood thai a runner of the forest service islts thin iiionumeiil every few weeks'' II Uro.-'c of the Itliuii liiaiuoiid i.ilnh, near (lallup, writes that 0 number of prehistoric mounds are sit uated on the ranch and he a'iks ad vice about ex. aval inx them ttclcutlf icalK. due of the mounds lias been excavated and the pottery recovered has been used to decorate a iinlipie fire place made of rm ks covered al together Willi ancient pottery de- j sinus. j Charles F. Caller, of Walci bury, jConn, writes for Infm m uion about. Father lierrard at St MIcliaclH inls ilon and his hooks on the Nav.ijoen. I The fiillnwniK ri-Klstered lit the mil jseiun Mtdlie Metcalfe, lieinliii:; Mr. land Mis. K. F. Slioit, Colorado j Springs. J. M, Alexander, ilvUilunua I Cltv: Anaclelo Paliiia, chlcnim; is, ar II. Hike. New York, l.'hiru S Walker, II. W, Walker, Kansas City; Mrs K. II l.lsli, Troy, N. Y. ; A. 1.. Warner, I'uliilli. At in ti. Baseball Results IliiHiklvu a: lhlcllis, ;t. .I.o Ksnuv ille Fla , March Seine. K. Lii.oklvn Nationals I 'Ii il.nli Ipbla A ni' i'lci ns , . . 3 Albany , lia, Manh .' !c I iidiaiiapo. hs AinicUiiu Assoi-iation 7: Chicago Nulioiials I Ni W iMlcan", M.iidi .'!.- I'liieiii mill Niiii'.'mb. I New I i! leans ;'. I, inii K, i, I,, Al l, , Maid, :,i - K.lu s.is Cii , Lull. Ko.K I. I'd I Win i '). 'I ex , Al.it i Ii : s, Niov Yolk Nationals I. Foit Worth e. iioadii .c, ii uwliiig llllc. Tilled" I Mi.,., Mi, , Ii :;i. '.iiiao.i v.on t fn.. Ponliug 1.U.. when n (i.itlu-ii d to- iiidnidiial cli i uipioiish p ot ll.e Nlio'll. in Lowiiliu; colldiss lu ll' lolllgllt till ieu'11 t l" pleW, ss ii S.,in J. h ll ma ii of Tuionto, ilea, S dib in. in IimI . ill. sewing a), the I tie Hi tl. l. -1 giine wnh two utrlkes nn. i ei el spiii-i I '.in Hqesimin, of i 'in. in ii . 1 1. I. in ,-eiond wild Mil un.j Fmnk SUiivv of I'h'c.u,, was limit v nit luio.tils lion Mud mm vli e , pi i t . 1 ... ;,, ,, i , n ,;n i ;,, b- !' - i ,!cii a Tcv.ts and I'.ict'i, ma,' nam No :'. at the Mution here civ ic mm uiuiniug as l'ie Usui w.,s pull-II',-' o il They i tut i nt ll,,. ni, 1. 1 ciie. noun, I mi.iI gatKid 'Wo mull del Us end took (loin Ille iar tw,, poii.bis Of leUlKlOled lll.lli 1 1C It'll lll' tmin at Shrevepoii .luncliou about mo miles troni tin Mution Wlio'i nbii In .Vlbuquerqne'.' FRANK BUTT IS IDE CHAIRMAN BY DEMOCRATS Untcrrificd Get Busy With Or ganization'; Big Meeting Is Called for Tonight With Wester feld as Chief Speaker Crank Unit was chosen halnnaii an, W. A. Kilehcr secretary of the d niocr.itic dty central committee last nlKhl at a meeting held In ib m ocratlc lo adiiiai tcis In the old Wil liam, dr. IK klnr l Weft Central ave- IIH". Tile scleition of both was bv unanimous vote, and Mi' l!:itt an1' Mr. Kclclier at otiff entered Into the IP tive ilisi tialKe ol tlieir uiiiics, Netiher the cliijirinan nor the hcc lelary are rcKuUilly elected iiicmlicrs of tlie citv central committee. liny were selected by the candidates Tor iiinvor . Icili and treasurer at a con- fereiice held yciderdny, ill ai colda nee With a lesolllllon inlopieii i'v no deiooi lallc convcillion Tucsil.iy liiKhl which provided for an executive i oin- inlllee to co-opelale Willi me ceiiiiiu committee and be a part of the hitler body. The ether members or tlie executive committee named lit the conference of candidatcM were John SIiiiiiih, It. I, Ii. McAllistei, .lohii M. (I. iKil. II. H. Crews Miirron. K. Heaven nid ). N. IHu Hallv Tonl-bl. .l,l.ii,.i. ii u.itlni.- a ilart In in flic klni," tip the reRlstrutlqn, listi. the colllllllltee meilli'cls alienueo in num." of the details of Ihc campalk'n rm- cltv otrices. ;vi ry -camildate on the ticke'. with thf pception or t.yine -i..i.... ..... t ..fc..um t.iul iir:oltical IIIIKH.V, W.I.- I'liri'". ...... t politics witfjht pnjH Ipal suli.iei;) ;dls ciiHsed, It was decided Unit an. much "f a hurriih capipamil as is poiirjl wVInn the dhtti'l tlliut liororii 1 ij- iecu"i vm lie I'olliliicteii, miu in Hccoriiain " n .1 that plan a rally was ilrrank-Crt for tins eveliliiK HI ! o clock aLtlie iieaii (Hiarleis on West Central avenue The w ilier Issue --generally conceded (o be IB oiin uppermonl In the minus of the voters at the present time- will pave the riM h. of ay, and Henry Wenterfeld, the aiidiibitc for mayor oil the deniociiitic ticket, will be the principal speaker. There will lie oilier speakers of prominence, ami the matters now before the voters win i... .iiui.iiw-ji',1 from every uiiKle. II is planned also to have a n ral ly in I he southern end of the city Friday nluhl and one in the highlands Snluri'lav liluhl. Sunday Will be de voted to final iirMiinization work, and m .Monday nlitht. In all probabilltc there will In; a filial duvvnlown rallv at some cent nil point In order to cn tllipic the Adlers In the hiRhest point on the ev e of the election, CANTATA TO BE OF THE SEASQM Tlie iiiuut.i ' 'Hiawatha" will Ml ll !( 1 11 ll'll fur nroihn tion at I he i Preshylerlun chinch pe.xl Tuesda ,' . . i nliiK promlHcn lo be one nl tlie real liinslenl ireals of the season for 'o cal niilslc-lovi is, and the Indleat ions lire that the siacious audltoriuni will be filled to capacity when the per formance begins. The cantata, as Its name indicates, is taken fimil Longfellow's beaiilllul poem, and a special half price Ii is been made for students id the public schools In ordci thai tlie education il value of the prod act ion nia.v lie lully Icall.eil A chorus of forty file s --the best of .Mbuiiicriiie lulcnl vv l I ue of Ihc di: tincl features the pel lorinance, Tlie first part, " 1 1 la w a t lias We. I ijlm; Keasl," was arranxed for a con cert iil.vi-ii al Hie Koval College of Music, South IvensiiiKloii, London. Tlii.s was such a wonderful snoocs-, that Hie ciiinposer was niHcd to set to music Ihc second part of the poetir --"The Heath of Minnehaha." T'll' vViin. mniK by.lbc North Staffordshire Music i lull at their annual l.eslcvcl und no I instant approval. ELKS' JAR OF MONEY IS NOW WAITING FOR LUCKY TICKET OWNER Whoever lias in his or her poi-scs-miiii the ticket numbered I Is invited to step up lo the Klks' cluii as piouipll.v as possible and gel a Jaf of nioiii v. The drawing was held in the chili parlois lasl night, and that ticket was Ihc first drawn from the box. I niler the plan adopted by tin' management of the bazaar, five tick ets were drawn. The holder of the lux ticket lias ten days In which to present Ills piece of pasteboard am! get Ills money. If he falls to .show up, the other four, in order, will have five days each lo make :n"il. The oilier ticket besides the only already specified ale 11 ll I n I ie I ei I . I e pel 't 1 V I ly . , !, 1.1 V.'. X la :,!;,! .-ill III addition to disposing of the j.ii ol 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . an insurance "'!i. y ill Hie New York Life Insurance lonipaii'. Willi one year's premium paid in .nl viuoc. w is drawn last iintht Tin poll, y goes lo Clarence I'orvel. in tae I'Mi coinlaiiatlou prize contest q was aniiodi. e, that No I Hi tioliN la, V tin llli; lliitilbet . GRAND JURY PROBABLY WILL MAKE REPORT TO THE COURT TODAY i Tl.' ki.i: ,i iiv ,.p. lid ad- j loi.il: J.i.l,,, ;ille a session ,,f ue j week ac i u ii. ill 'i n, na y led ca',1- i I II 1,11 VVltl . s.-, s ,, ne.ulv n vv'i.l Iw. ie M,l. p.. i mo il f .- ., ni , .,r inc, Oe li'oie it iv last 1111.I1I Tne n.-l oina . ! A ll II i IIIH I to u of the ol fl. es ot I lie . u 1 1 I I house .'HI. I I lie OV 1,1 1 1 will ll ' take long Ille irran July so far has not re turned uulld nieiiis. pioi.al'lv leaving nil true bills lo i.e pivsenti ,1 p, ti,e edit Willi H,e leport. Who's Hlio in Albuquerque? MUSICAL E T PROF. FINK LEADER ' OF CARNIVAL BAND P. t..t: ' '.."! , j 9' - 10K M Our Hock contain-, a limited amount of the nrllcloH listed liclovv vvbli h wc will sell willi'oiit uny rcKlirl as to original cost, Ihc steel (truss -bears, i'i liiclic lonu. Tliy lire untiI for ctitllnK lirass n i' mi ml Isinlcrs. plants und t,mx, vil.crc the law ii ni"vvcr can jut lead:, I ttc each. ' r 5 , 2.V trowels fop woiUlnj; ' Ihc soil arouiiil tccctuhles. plants and flow ers. I nlil pr;-s'iil lot Is wild tint, oi' each. Tbici -pioimcd lianil; forks for woikinu' iirouml . In the flower Im-(s and tin den. 5c each. , $I.IMI n-parauiis ami tveed tli!tf!'t's Hindi- of the finest stis'l,' with spec ial blade for II"' piirMM'. Weeds jjisiw hack wtien cut shallow," but when Ibis weedcr Is used they arc killed for all time. I 'or cuttlnu dandelion they arc Just tl thiim. Price ,'i(lc. 1 1 UK rlniicrs complete with ringer ai d hot of rliiiis, only .V'. Klo liit wash briilics a icooil one sie No. 7. each (c. Kl.2.' all bristle white wash brushes size, M lilt lies, title. t urry combs hljf bcay ons, north 25c: as lonir as tiny lasl, ltd. Icat'ier back lairsc brushes for less than ball' the usual price; .sold cvci where for 511c, each Jtlc. Sulphur candles cucb lth fireproof inetal pun, each 5c. Daisy cotton clolhcs Jim's, per roll, 5c. 'I bese arc olleci oa delivery prices. Von may lake as pianj as ou wish while they last. Will i-i nil liy parcel post if ciionyh Is sent to pay postage Orders phoned will be delivered any where in tJie city. i:. w. i i:i:. Why folds Are to bo Dreaded. It In not tho cole) ifse-lf but the se 1 rlous diKHUHcs it uftiin le:ids to that imukesi a common cold by far the most, ilangcrnna of aiiy of the minor i ailments. The. oild prepares your I system for thn rei-epllon and devel jnprnent of the (rorms of pneumonia, : eoiiKiiinptioii, diphtheria and other icerm diseases. The quicker you cure jlhe cold the lenn the danger.- To uo (omplish this you will find t'lvimher laln'.s I'ouh Jlemeily must el'l't'ctual. ! obtainable everywhere. ' Do yon know the merchants of Al iliiiiiiicrque? It, will pay you to get. acquaiiiled. Watch for Who's Who ill i Albuquerque. Who's Who In Albniiicripii".' I Incubator 'rherniouiijcrs. Tjcos Is ithe very best the market affords. Wo Ibavc tlirm al prbrs of 75 cents, 'and ?l.-"'. They are absolutely iclla hlc. i:. . i i.i;. Last year nr sold over forty thou sand piuinils of chick feed. This sen- son Mill srll inorr. Nothing- govs into Ibis frrd hut mains ami seeds of Ihlglicst quality. Ainouu other si-cd II contains choice millet, hemp, rape, I canary seed. Also siiow-whitr grouiul boiic, lean iiu'tit. Twenty iiigrcillcnts 1 1 lint makes the best one rvrr sold. 1 Six imiiiiiiIs for ""(; 'J5 pounds. IMlc; r,tl pounds for SI. HO: inn pounds s;l. ."(. i; w. n-:ii. j Do ou know tho merchants of Al , hnqiiei que'.' Then muke your k'nowl leilge worth while by turning in a list 'of answers lo Whu'a Who in Albu querque. Mir I.tkes hanilicrlaln's t'ougli Iteniiilj'. "I like Chamberlain's Cough l!em rdy better than any other for children becutiSH it gives the quickest relief, and Is about the only one they will take willingly," writes Mrs. James Kern. Manchester, N. Y. "It Is equally good for colds and croup and Is deticri ing of all tho Rood I can say fur It. 1 am never without It in the I house for it Is Invaluable when need i ed." Obtainable everywhere. j Walton's pm traits lire the best nnd ithe Journal will give a dozen worth ijla as a prize In Who's Who In Al- buqueniue. Who's Who In Albuquerque? t. olden Milled wo li:ie .last it celuil h carload of It. l'ricc, SJ.."iil per hundred Muinls. This is one of (lie wrj chicken feeds. I!u. the price is usually vvy inni b higher. K. . I'i :i' i The Journal will give a dollar for I every correct list of answers to Who's I Who in Albuquerque. Ca ,m we give you $10'.' It i. yours as! a prize, in u..s Who in Albuquerque. j TOO I.ATIT TO CI ASSTIT. !l'u; SAI.I-; - Lung tease, lir.si i lass ranch. , pq-s of wheal. ry. ai d liar ! lev all ur: s-'ine stock for sale; font 'iilles fiom town, comfortable boiis, iwitb coin ,'i,i,-n,, jo, nd water, oia ! I'llildpius A.iort ss i,. in?, I ll, , i. I buqio I n':e. or call at Y c'omo ram h I mil of I 'III Toy, n. il't'l! SA1.I-: i'uriiii are, four good j ric;s. Singer sewing machine, gas j range, e e bos. beds, ladv's desk. dressers and wash stand, dining table and choirs, rocking chair, good heavv vie. trie iibiati'1', high frequency ek-c-f'c ma. 1'iiie, 41'1 West Copper, l i'll SA I.I-: KurmthiiiKs ITf S-rooiu house, a early new ; , ost close to $M!n w,l! take 4iHl ush. Address Kiiigaiii, i art Journa'..' , 1 flv V ' V, , ' X I, i DR. LADD HEBE TO CONFER WITH STATE BOOSTERS President of New Mexico De velopment Association Be lieves Systematic Campaign Will Obtain Results, For the purpose of attending u iiic'Iihk of the leaders of the Now Mexico I icvclopiuenl association, of which he is president, I Jr. Hcorso K. IjUiIiI, president of the New Mexico Agricultural collue, arrived in Albu querque yeslerday. The conference waa primarily intended to decide up on a man who will assume the active work of the association and devote all his time and cm-ricy to furthering the interests of New Mexico. ".New Mexico has a Klcat fill lire a lid we must all Work to blillK the assets of the slat" before the entire country." said Dr. Laild lasl niuht. "The state Is hound to make rapid striib s in 'de velopment in Hie next few years. Fed eral statistics show that Hie popula tion of the state is increasing at a i rapid rate. Campaign N i s 'essa r y . "An active caiiipaii;n for develop ment of the state is necessary. This I campaign, of course, cannot be carried on systematically and successfully un less it can be properly financed. Many of the, w estern states are . bidding .for hbinoc,;'kiM$, Viiii nci;1ie new-south is iiKuressivcly koIiik 'after a greater population of intelligent farmers. The slate has need for such an organiza tion as the New Mexico Development association and I believe that: with proper' haciiinK it will actomplishi many tliinns of benefit to the com monwealth at large.',' V)if 'lnld said that affairs at thf Agricultural college are running smoothly and that an unusual amount! of work is being done at this time by the extension department, through ! ils network of county agents, the short courses for farmers conducted in the various counties, and by means of in struction through correspondence. Meet In- tailed for April I J A meeting of the directors of the New Mexico Development association has been called for A Ihiiiiiieruue on Wednesday, April 12. the call having been issued by President liibl. The directors of the association will, al the forthcoming meeting, outline a enmprhensive plan ot action tor thei next few months which will be lm-; portant ones for the new organization.! A plan for the raising of the budget i for the first year will he adopted and i a manager chosen. At a meeting licbliv here during the cattlemen's convcil lion. Phil Lo ,'oir of Las Vegas ac cepted the maiiagi rship, later tendering his resignation to the Las Vegas Com mercial dub as secretary. However, overtures were made to Mr. Le Noir (for him to remain at the Meadow city, and lie reconsidered his decision to devote his time to tlie state asso ciation. Officers of Association. At the request of President I.add, Manager Wiley of the local club will today send out the call for the meet ing on Wednesday, April 12. The of ficers of the association are: tieorge 10. U'nhl, State ColJeKe, president ; a ill A. F. Walter, Santa Fc, vice president; Don W. Lusk, Silver City, vice presi - dent; i', C. T.-innehill, Hoswell, vice president: l'hil Le Noir. Las Vegas, jvice president; Dr. ,1. J. Shuler, Katun, i vice president and Col. Kalph K. jTwitcbell. Santa l-'e. Jlobei't V. Fneiu, Clayton; A. A, lingers. Portale.s; Col. j W. A. Willson, Ko.MWell; Kugene Kem ipenlch, 1'eralta; .losepb Mahomy, Iteming and It, . Wiley of Albu querque, directors. KICK AGAINST THE SANTA FE'S CLEANING COACHES NEAR THEM The county coinniis.sioiiers yesterday wore asked by residents of South Sec ond street and the San Jose precinct to restrain the Santa Fe railw ay from cleaning passenger cars on the side track, adjoining their properly. The cleaning is a menace to their health and the smell such that no "ilccnt Person ought to be .subjected to it." The residents made their request in a written petition. It was signed by eleven persons. The commissioners referred it to the county health of ficer. The commissioners directed that a fire hydrant be located in liarelas. Chief A. c. Hurt less of the Aibuquer - que fire department is to designate! the location. The resignation of J, T. lleriera us justice of the peace of the Atrisco precinct was ucepted and Dcsidei lo Carabajal appointed to fill the unex pired part of his term. The commissioners made a formal record of the reward of SlMJu offered some time ago for the arrest and con viction of the murderers of Jose N. Chavez, of San Jose. MAZ0N DIVORCE CASE WILL BE HEARD BY JUDGE M. C. MECHEM Judge Meiritt C. Mechem. of So corro, will bu here tomorrow to hear the Mazdi divorce case and injunction. He probably will remain several days and take up other mutters, in which Judge llaynolds is disqualified, if at torneys wish. The taking of evidence in the Pow ell case was finished yesterday after noon. Judge llaynolds will give his instructions to tlv.' jury this morning and the attorneys will follow with their ai content. The court has allowed eai h side an hour and thirty minutes for argument so ihe case probably will go to the jury shortly before noon. DEATHS AND FUNERALS. . . I, I II I hi nn I allcos. ; i iiruiel alli-jos, 47 yea' it ;i o'clock last night ,,i .'-- "". re-t. Mi-. Mrs. I.u old, died Iot home fiom pfieitiuonia by her husband. Jti.i is in Socorro, and on is survived was taken to Fred Crollott's under taking rooms, Funeral arrangements will not bo made until the husband HI III es. Frank Ackerinan yesterday receiv ed word of Hie death of his father in Monmouth, 111, 'Healthgrams' On Skin Flashed to Thousands One of Nature's slKnaln Is an unhealthy kin. It la a scientific fart that the skin indicates the condition of the blood and the blood is the tmlldliig material for the body and all its vital parts. Unless the blood is nourished and kept rich and healthy, it will evenually react on the organs it feeds and reduce the indi vidual to a pitiable conditio. Little do people realize the physical ailmenls that drain away strength and vitality and that can be traced straight to the poor supply of blood. Pimples, Eciema, Salt Rheum, Rheumatism, Carbuncles, Boils, Catarrh with Its obnoxious iHCSwirrswcincco l0no'r ATLANTA. CA. U A Pr)ce,$I.OOPer Bottle. fiiHr me) Hw. II 75 PflrBfihtfl. Hriiiirqf DoOt ikiVuiniirr- TH SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTAiMIW: Commercial Club Plans Quiet Campaign for Extending, Its Roll Until That Number Is Reached, That the membership of the Coin- tricrei.il club may be pushed over the I 4(1(1 mark, officers of the organiza-i I tion w ill go out the latter part of this i week ami next and round up a num-1 i her of business and professional men in the city who are no( members of the cllili and induce them to come into the fold. No strenuous cam- paigll will lie put on, but the Work will be continued until tln member- j lli'i is well over the I (MJ mark. i I At the present time the t luh liiem-i 1 bei'ship numbers about ,",so. which' 'shews an increase of Hid in a period! of three and a half months, or a per- rentage increase of 7u per cent, one j of tlin best signs of the manner in j w hich the citizens of the city are I hacking the club is the fad that x'i j per cent of tin- new members secured i hi the last drive have maintained j their memberships. Heretofore a. large number of those pledged to ' membership in this way have never paid a month's due, repudiating- their ! pb'dge cards as soon as they were j signed and the committees dismissed. Iiooklcl Out Soon, i Th" last proofs will be taken today lfor the new promotion booklet being the Ihc take the The fair and club, and in another two weeks organization will be in shape, lo care In a competent manner of many inquiries being received, booklet is to be a handsome af niade from all new photographs i douched cuts. 'Ive work will i lie the highest class obtainable. More 'than I fill views of Albuquerque and j v ii imty vv PI lie shown, The first of June lii.tuin physicians in the l ulled Slates will receive t rum Ithe club reprints from an article to ! appear in the May issue of Travel relative lo Albuquerque, the climate jand the accommodations for lieallh i seekers. The names of the physicians will be taken from a selected list of men who live in I he larger cities, of the east and middle west. 1 " Pa nfi's I n hi f .nmnniinH" Prie a Cold or Grippe in a Few Hours, .Your cold will break and all frrippe misery end after takinc a dose of m MrMDCQC IC IS "TTTffr I M1M1 SET FOSr31 DnncTrDC rnm r am iniihii i ii.i ii Fjr-r-' ii THIS COLD CURE i . "Tape's Cold Compound'' every two!:lt drug stores, known as "Wyeth's nnurs until Hire? doses are taken. It promptly opens clogged-up nos trils and nir passages in the head, stops nasty discharge or nos0 run ning, relieves Kick headache, dullness, feverlshnrss, sore throat, sneezing, soreness and stiffness. Don't stay stuffod-up! Quit blowlni? and snuffling! Kase your throbbing head nothing else in the world gives such prompt relief as "Pape's Cold Compound," which costs only 25 cents at any dm store. It acts without assistance, taptes nice, and eauseg no inconvenience. Accept no substitute. FEELJOUNG! It's Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets For You ! Heware of Ihe habit of constipation. It develops from just a few constipated days, unless you take youtself in band. Coax the jaded bowel muscles back to normal action will, fir. Kdwards' Olive I lanais, nie. substitute far calomel. iJ'nni lor. e them to unnatural action' i Willi sevie medicines or by merely i ! Hushinc out the Intestines with nasty,1 j ieknint cathartic. 1 ,.eJ;;dvw;'::)r .wn' ir. Edwards' olive Tablets! ojien the! alleios, Who newels: their action Is gentle, jet posi n. The heslv i live. There Is never any pain or griping wm-n i'r. iviwaMs olive Tablets are used. 'Just tlie kind of treatment, old persons should have. Dr. Kilwanls' Olive Tablets are a veg etable compound mixed with olivo oil, juu will know them by th'-tr olive color, lake one or two orcjisionallv and have mi trouble with your liver, howels or stomach. 10e and 2?r wr box. All druggists. The olive Tablet Companr, Columbus, O. results and the tendency to easily catch cold, Malaria and acores of other equally serious ail ments, are all manifestations of bad blood. For over 50 years 8. S. S. has been a mighty remedy for these disorders. Thousands of men and women have been relieved or actually cured by S. S. S. Many of them had spent years and hundreds of dollars for other remedies in a fruitless endeavor to regain health a marvel ous trlbtiie to S. S. S. S. S. S. is purely vegotable and when taken Into the stomach is absorbed by the blood, supplying certain ele. ments which stimulate the action of the blood corpuscles and help thera drive out Impurities and build up the system. With such a tried and true medicine awaiting you at Ui closest drug store, will you (ro on suffering and looking badly when so many others similarly afflicted hav turned to S. S. S. and found the meaning of perfect health. Our Medical Department will gladly advise you about your case without cost, to you if you wish to avail voursrlf of this service. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Georgia v mm r STERN -SCIU OSS & CO. General Distributors Albuquerque, N. M. The Coming Baby! Hooray! Hooray! Nolliing else ran so completely endear ns to the present and the future as the expected arrival of a baby. But in the mean time the comfort of the mother is of vast importance. There is it splendid extcrnul rem edy known an "Moth er's Friend" which ex erts a wonderful influ ence upon the expand. In? muscles. They be come more pliant, streb'h witliout undue pain, mnke the period one of pleasant antic ipation inste,"d or Ap prehension. In a nerie.1 of mlendid letters jfrom nil over the country mothers tell of tho .(rreat help "Mother's Friend'' was to then. jKven (rrandmothers tell the wonderful story I to their own daughters shout to enter the state or mntnerhood. (Jet a bottle of "Moth er's Friend" today of your nearest dnirsist. I'se this splendid help with your own hand frnided hy your own mind. For a free Imok ;or interest and importance to all mothers j write to nr.idfletd Rcpnilator Co.. 40 l.amar Blcifr.. Atlanta, Ca. It relates the personal J experiences of many happy mothers, it tell many minrs that alt women shon d be fa- miliar with; Inspiration. It is at once a arnido and aa Write for this hook. Darkens Beautifully and Re stores Its Natural Color and Lustre at Once, Common garden sage brewed Into a heavy lea. with sulphur and alcohol .idib'd, yvili (urn gray, streaked am! railed hair beautifully dark and luxur iant. Mixing the Sago Tea and Sul phur recipe at home, though, is troublesome. An easier way is to k'el the ready-to-use preparation improv ed hy the addition of oilier ingredients, costing about ad cents a large bottle. isage and Sulphur Compound, tims avoiding a lot of muss. While gray, faded hair is nut sin ful, we all desire to retain our youth ful appearance and attractiveness. Hy darkening your hair with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound, no one can tell, because it does it so natur ally, so evenly. You just dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morning all gray hairs have disappeared. After another application or two your li-iir becomes beautifully dark, glossy, soft nnd luxuriant and you appear years younger. Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound is a delightful tmlet requisite. It is not intended for the cure, mitigation or prevention of disease. LEATHER AND FINDINGS Harness, Saddles. Devoc l'alnM, Hoof l'aints, V.tv. THOS. F. KELEHER rilOXTC 410. 408 W. CENTRAL Albnauerque Albuquerque Gun Shop A It SIS AT AMMl'MTIOV. Expert HetiKsleliiig ami KcpuirUig. Light .Machine Work. 110 S. MXt)M, Al.Kl'Ql 'EIIQIT3 Mail orders given prompt attention THE WM. FARR COMPANY Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Fit ESI ANI SALT MEATS Sausajre- a Siieclaltr For Tattle anrl Hogn the Rlegeat Market ITItin Are Taht . s . , ., . , I 'ill i GOMBSAGETEA INTO ill