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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Sunday, May 21, 1916.
Eight 11 3E of AH Kinds of WeAreGoingtoSell NEVER White Goods and Wash Goods THE REASON VALUES AND PRICES WILL DO IT ON SALE MONDAY AND TUESDAY ONLY 1 0,000 YARDS mud The Golden Rule Dry Goods Company it ir m-m i i iu mi in m,.yf tp n 11 jj i ?ltm iPT" v -I 7 I i I - II a it- ,. r ; vu u Mr ' GRAND ABYSS SCENE OF DANGEROUS TRIP a: ! 0. K. Parker, Hero Hazardous Trips, IOY lll.ltMMJN, tin: uoiti.ii's ;i!Kvi i;st ihkh icoi.i.i:i:, it th i; mivst.ii, tiiimtmk tonm.iit, AMI .11 1111,1 I; Mt.l lis. iv itii tiii: x.ishi n.i.i: stiii:xts SERIQUSMENACE 10 THE RAISED Advice to Growers as to I low to Rid Their Stock of Para sites at This Season Given by Well Known Publication, The fcilltiwtnn Infui unit Inn fur poul try men unit others hii:iih In lh' weekly press bulletin issued frmn Hie 'ulllicotlcut . I' I v; i 1 1 1 1 1 1 C ;j I college nt HtOI 'H. Mir mill Mill-. It In now near tin- non.sou nf till' year when III.' lift- Hint Infest , ii I -1 rv v,ll lw t ii i it I l nf uccnmplu'hlng tlii'lr Ki'Hl' Ht ii it 1 1 iti it t nf harm. I.lke- llllll IH till' HI MWIll W lll'Il till' 1'iMillT'y or I'ihi.wi inlli' n imiiKIiik Hn niprni'lii'i' mill l.iylim 'kh iil'd f h n V- lll IXINHI'll till' Wllllrr III HI'I'lllHlllll. TIii'mm ImiIIvIiIiiiiIm, if iillvr In thi- f.ill. Will lit' the nmiHlni'.u of tliiniMiinil.'i unit I ih'I'Iimiin nilllloiiH nf mili'M, cacli 1 1 of I pi'ii nn llif fliiKcr. iiirt th fi'nthcru mid nit ll on tlif fli-Hh IiihI hi-lmv tlv Vi nt. 'I hi' rr-Hii It nf KiIh Hiinpli' treul ini'iit U fur iiIioi ciim luiiniiH nn it Im iilnniHt lniniHNllii' to 11 ml ii hIiikIc Iouxi- nn IiIkIh ii fi-w iluyH iillcr tri'al tni'iit. Thin rni'lluiil nf cniilriil 1m hIiii plc, chi'Hi mill elflcliiit. If th olnl mi'iit Ih iimi'iI ton lllii'i'iilly nn gctllliK hi'iiM tin1 (UHH inny lii'innif' Minonifd, tllllH iiuihIiik I ihhi lit ( liijiity Id tin1 iltvH itnf H'lnhryon. To l on tin' Hiifo Hlilii, nnr inn (lust Met Ii rTf hrlis With HnliM' Koiul llrf IHiWilcf, li'iiiit 1 1 1 K Hn' npi'liill'ii) two or Unci' 1 1 in im lit lntcrvnl.1 of h fi'w ilt vh. To kill lire em tin- hi-mlx nf ymniR ihlikciiH use ImiiJ. Tin jionllry inlti" Ih ii ntnrp srlnim ifsl to iioiilliy tliun tin1 I'oii louse. II Im nfli'ii nvcrlnnki'il Im('iiuhi of ItM llllllil llf llillllllf II WH.V In IIMI lM llllll i ri'Vii oh mill nf fi i'illim Ht ntuht. Its liiirinful I'l'l'i'i'tH nri' nl'li n ulirllinliil III lll'fi IIH '.III'MC illHI'I'lH Hl'P inoro I'llHlly wen. Tln mi'" livi'H upon lilnml Hiick cil frmii the lioily nf thp Inn. Th" miiount nf JJikiiI ni'i'oCHii ry to hiiHhIv .1 llllto'H llpli('tlli Ih imt lill'KO lint HI JOHN M. WILLYS HEAD OF OVERLAND CONCERN Tin- fornitil miniinl inoptinir of tlio wtoi klioliU'iM nf tin; WillyH-i Hcrlimil company wiim In ld at the lilff uutonio lillo fin tory at ToP'ilo, O., the other day, In i (iiiforniation with the now by law h adnptiMl lant fall, which chatiKed the fiscal year from Juno ilO to De ccnilii'r Al HiIh inci ting the n'll ofricciH were ri'-cliH'tocI, John ,. WilljM Ileitis re p(clc, pii Hlilcnt ; II. T. Dunn, vicc prcHliPnt; 11. 1 Shcplcr, vice pipni (icnt; Ihiiiic KliiHiy, vlcp prcHidcnt; ('. A. Karl, ylcc piTHidnit ; Waller Klew art, trciiNiircr; Knyal It. .Scott, sccre tarv. The tiimrd of ilirci tnr.s w ill coti kImI of All hhI'h. John X. Willys, II. T. liimn, iMaac KiiiMi-y, ('. A. Karl, II. 1,. Hhi-plcr, Walter Stewart. Itoyul 1. oil, JamcH Kepperly and Kathlniil Knller. tine nf Hie liltereHlliiB featurea of the nieelliiM wiih the i ( port of the naloH (leinrlmenl. which evidenced not IIiiti' may he Imndii dM or even more I only very Krntil'yliin rcHiiltH Which will have Kcciired Its hoard ami room at the cpene of Minnc pnnltry man, Hen lice me nhnndanl at all hcii koiim of the .Mar. They do not have to hide iiwuy In the winter a I heir liiihltiitlnii Ih warm ilnriDK thlM hi iihoii hn well iih in Hiunmci'. They live thtoiniiinlioiit their entire evlHtence ni'on the hndv of the fowl and II In illy hy aerldent that I hi t : ii he foun,) elHcwhete. Tiny Heeni lo thrive lietter 111 winter than in Minimcr. I'ei hapii the i'fiion fr t li It Is that the ytuck Im kept In (loner lonflnemenl lilld, thelefnre. Im Ickm id le lo ward off mid flee llHilf from the attacks of tin up llttlp imriiNltPK. The poultiy man iiNiially flndH hin MriU l adly In fested at thi HeiiHon, hiiIc-h. of course, he ban heen treatini; fur lice. Sunn little chickeiiH will he conilan forth and If hatched or brooded hy a lotiMy Inn will become infested ini iiicdialclv ii.id tlinrnuKhly. TIiohp liati heit in an Incnhato! ,' ln oodcil arti ficially, and kept away from other Muck uliould rinialn free frmn Hep for n time. A ben may lie able to Mipport a community of npcrul thoii Hiiinl lice without apparent harm but th'.i name number mi u youn chicken will either kill or fcicaily weaken It l,tcp and chickens tdimihl not be iillnweil to mow mi toKiiher. HeliH which Hie 1. 1 I'l'imd i hp kens nhnulil he carefully bii.ki, uver and if at all Ioiihv ti'caicd thnroui;lil wi that there- will bp no i ham nf 1 1 newlv liat lied chicketiH liecomini; inrenled. Itrim'il) for l ice A (llliillou nf non un.'il nlntniPiit luis piowd In he u ti cif'iHc rcmeilv n iih,- aKauisI lac The iMi'icana I ointment i-hnuid b. mixed iiHinir niie pan nf nlntment In imc m .t.Md purtH of viiM iue Tlik i an be dime at home b pin-in; 'tin lumcill i-nU nn a 1-atie i.f hIiih." and wikinn tin in ti.nelbi r Willi an "Id (ii.se knife, lie mire that the nnxinu ih i hurniiKhiN ilmip and th it the ri'Miltmn olntnieni Is propeiiv in. u kid. Tile ineihi.,1 nf atiplkallnn in to tiike an ami'uni aboot the Hize of a al thi' leant dtiriim the nlnht. the Iohm to the bird must bp a ppt ecia hie. The crewti'Mt harm is ilmie hy the Iriilatlou and HiifferhiK cniiHed by the iiiHertlon of ihe ucidle-llke beaks 1 1 1 1 ' ll i-; 1 1 which Ihe blond Ih tmckctl. and by the eniiMciiicUI neroUHileHH and Iohh of Hlecp. SiilliiK heiiH are often driven from the ti nt nti'l eveti killed by these tormcntuiM. There Ih Hiiro to be u hlKh mortality amoilK yniinp. eliiekcns placed where they can be attacked by Ih'se hlond-thirsly ireatui'eH. TIichc iiiIIch UHiially hide ilnrinir the pawl twelve momliH. hut iiIho the ex- ellent jiroupprt not only for the eon- Most Tried, of Many to Essay Thrilling Feat Ever into the sandstone and drifted u paHH HKP that rutin nearly h mile deep ncrosH thp Arizona dcHert. The sur roiindlnffs reach the acme of desola tion and the trip to the bottom of the canyon with careful Rubles and on th(. backs of the burros in regarded as i a Mk sensation and many tourism are afraid to try it. In nttPiuptinK thp trip by motor ear, Mr. Parker will set a new record in motor darinn and, if successful, will leave a mark at which other udventur- eH will nhoot for a long time Vol come. I Mr. Parker is n mining eiiRinepr and has been well known on the coast I I for a number of years because of his I darinif prosppctitiR trips. About a year ami he startled the w orld with his j trip throiiHh Death Valley in a DodRej I Ill-others motor car. on this journey j ihe covered ground never before at-j i tempted by the motorist and estab- j tinned a number of records. '1 lie lamej of the trip was such that Ihe cur was' called "Death Valley DikIkc" and i jg now well known throughout the cuunt district. (inly a few months hro Mr. Parker took the car into the Santiago valley durinR the t'ulifornia floods and cov ered territory where every scnihlanrn of a road had been washed away. lie also led a rush to a new gold discov ery near llarntow, I'al., and wnn sev eral claims for himself and H. I,. Ar nold, l.os Angeles dealer for IhkIi! Hi-others, who owiiH 'Death Valley Dodge." And .Mr. Parker is nut thi' only one to win glory with the car, Teddy Tctzlalf. the famous raring driver, took ihe car over a mnuninin trip at. night several weeks ago, mak ing a journey that the wiseacres de clared was impossible. (in his trip to the Clranil f'unyon Mr. Parker is accompanied by several motion iieture operatnrn and a film reenrd of the trip will be made. "Death Valley Dodge," the Dodge Prothern motor cur that ban huiiK up a record for surpassing performances on the Pacific coast, Is now to bp sent on a trip that daring motorists have Itpsults from ilourual Wttnt Ails. liiltialion of very Hallsfactory huslnpss, j "'"' iimen coi,ie.ii,.m.. u uui imn ,p- inienil'l' 'l. llll rv. I iwnri, out- wiirio. but for an increane other things ing normae In line with the increase of the pant twelve months. j Overland shipments for the twelve months ending April .'Ml, lHlti, were KIT.titlfi automobiles, an against r0,2r8 earn for the preceding twelve months an increuHp of 174 per cent. The largest single month of the twelve prior to April .in, 19l, wit nessed shipment of lfl.ikl cars, hh against 7,005 for the largest month of the pi'pvlous twelve. In face of the Intrt'ltno the Wlllys Overland coniJUiiy)iad on hand on May 1, I !)1B, orders for 11, .".01 earn, as against 4,.rri7 on order last May 1. The foroign bimlnPHS, In spile of Ihe War, mIhu has Known a great Increane over a year ago. Total exports, nil models, for the t!1T season, wan 2,- ;."1. whereas up to May 1st, export sales totaled 8.S07 cms, with orders on hand for 7 7 more. the most daring drivers in the at the wheel, the sturdy little tar la lo attempt a trip to the bottom of th? ijiaiul Canyon of the Colorado, Mr. Parker is now driving "Ppnth Valley Dodge" across thp dpsprt from I, oh Angeles ti, the brink of the Onind t'r,ny;ni. Incidental lo the matti oh ject'of the trip he is trying to find a short route between the points and expects, to cut sump sixty miles off the distance. Hit; H is after ihe canyon Is reached that the real feat will hp tried. If Mr Parker is successful in making th,. trip It will be the greatest achieve ment In the history of mntordoni and will prove that automobiles can go unywhere that man or beast can go. At present the dencent into the canyon by tourists is mnde on the hacks of carclullv trained burros over unfilled I trails that have been virtually whittled out of the rocky walls of the canyon. Had it mil been torn lack of ocean. The grand canyon is one of the "hipping facilities. It is thought that most st iiiieiulous natural ob.leclH In iui.. ..it.. i ..,.i,i -.,,, m lone heen in- the world. Mere the whirling waters creased approximately' by 2,000 cam. I of thu Colorado have aten for years OFFICIAL SERVICE STATION r x ASSURE START ASSURED V BA TTERIES AUTO SERVICE STATION DISTKIIU'TOHS lis iw:sr i:x'Iimi, avi;mk. , - - . y y y. s s,.y y ' y y i ,a y Duffy's VA PureMalt Whiskey ,v ISAT10STW0RTrirRCST0eTIVC 'duv in cracks uinl crevices about the 'ioohIh or roost supiiorts ami between the euppoils mid the walls ot tne1 bouse. These are the placpH lo trcal. "I'ai'biileiiliiin," "l'lykiU'' and Home of the other coal till- piniluelH have been found i ffccllvc. Paint the roosts, loosl snppoilH and other hiding places of Ihe iiiiten with one of Ihcne i preparations. Discretion In necessary as an excess may resnll In eye trouble lo the bilds. To avoid this It ih well ltd dilute ihe iroducl with kerosene iitnl allow the roosts to dry outside In the sunshine. Mites are very persist ent so thai II Is ton much to hope to clean up H badly Infested hen house ( by one application l ilt If the wink Is done thoroughly and repealed ' 1 needed intervals, one need not fear; the poultry mile. j The, Storm agricultural experiment ' station has I eoeiil ly published H bul letin entitled "Some l.ice and Miles of Ihe Hen' which will be tent to any1 one asking for it. rirsorvcd I :gi- Market eggH are now retailing at Z" to ;ui centH a dozen, whereas six months hence they will undoubtedly l,e selling again for fill and ti 0 cents H doit'ii and minn-l mien more an Wius the line last winter. t The eggs that ale laid nl thin time! can be kept over until the season Of j hlh prices al a cost of about 2 cents f a down. It would, therefore, he a : good Investment to preserve eggs now , and consume them next October, thus; enabling the owner to nell at lnth j prices whatever eggs his pullets lav at that tune. . For preservation of eggs at home: w-atelglasH si cms to lie the best prep-j illation for one to use. II tan be; ion ( based at almost any drug store i Im about '.Ti cents a quart, one iioai't el Hie w ili'l kI.i.'-h mlxnl with twelve ' 'liiaiis nl water that has I cell In, lied ' and then allowed to (did will make -enough mixture to preserve about lif- teen dozen i-ugn. The w a I erg lass and water should be sllned until they are tbm-Mui'hU mixed, then the Ihiuid put, into a stone lar thai ban been thor-' oiitlily cleaned. When all Is readv the Iresh egts as tlicy are gathered are' dropped into the naterulasx solution em h da. Any engs that float niuM be taken out Soiled ci;gs sbuiild not le used n'r should they he washed iiml then put Into the waletnUisn be cause washed igi;s do not keep so Well, Such soiled i gun call he dcMlied and either sol. I at once , r med at liouie lii filhnu the r at Itust two Inches nf the ll'iuid should cover the top laver nf tin' cgs to allow for, c apnialion nf snine of the solution, 'liie ,,ir w hen filled nh. mid be cuv-. i r. ,1 and Mined In a idol cellar. April and .May cukh ale ( onniden d pest ! I . r preserv lug. jciukc nnwnr i in n"' f nrctse it CiuES w - - s HEALTH.oSTRMGTH HOW IIKU T I T I OI'Mi IXI KS? ; II is siibtlv op tn (ni alone to ! id ed.. about that InisiiicsH education and li.iiiiiug mi wunt, need and loii'iild liiivc. Pallor, mother, uncle, jiilend, or n.iiueone will furnish the j i.e. -ennHi-y lunni y if you are in eiirn- i-m unii ineHii ittisinesii, ami liie -miiii-Mupriiue ItiiHiiipn college will do the rest. ('"tiMilt, phone 6:'7, or call. HERE THEY ARE! i Better Straws We arc showing a complete line of new straws this sea son in sailors, Bangkoks and Panamas. Very reasona bly priced at $1.50, $2.00, $3.00, $4.00, $5.00 and $6.00 2 C STEP LIVELY, MR. SHREWD BUYER ML New Spring Shirts s ee new smns our shirts 4 of high grade line ot in the newest de- silk and madras Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes Varsity Fifty-Five The smartest young men's style in America, in one, two and three-button models, ' plain or patched pockets, nifty stripes a n d fancy weaves and "models for all styles of men in regulars, stouts and slims. The Dixie weaves suitable for real warm weather for $15.00 and $16.50. Other suits at $20.00, $22.50, $25.00 and $30.00. kMjU,i ' I I l Ull VI i.i,- patterns. Prices $1 to $6 White Flannel .Junt received a new shipment Flannels, in plain and striped p: teens; n so showoiir (he el'v latest TrOUSerS "each suits and Sport Coats. New Spring Styles in Hannan and Douglas Shoes . Our shoe department represents all the latest shapes in spring footwear, in narrow or witle lasts, button or lace, in black, tan or white oxfords. SIMON STERN, Inc. 112 WEST CENTRAL AVENUE. W. R. WRIGHT, President