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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Sunday, May 21, 1916.
f ' " ' Three ALL PRICES WILL ADVANCE 20 PER CENT JUNE 1st AND 60 PER CENT OVER PRICES OF TODAY WITHIN THE YEAR I -' - ' A 1 i 'TT?V 11 . . , ! i ii.M,i.-hfcillMM M.tiitoiniriii,..1.wi.lm u ri - r f . f A VILLAGE OF KKFI STEMENT. $500 invested in some of those choice 50-foot lots in the University Heights Addition be tween now and the first (on terms of $10.00 cash and contract to pay $10.00 per month) will net the investor a profit of $100 in less than fifteen days and $300 within a year.' i All city conveniences but no city taxes. Phone for our auto and salesman to call at once. . .2il&& t inim rrf'im'ri'Hft University Heights Development Co. Office, Rooms 3-5-7 First National Bank Bldg. Phone 899 mm STATE COLLEGE IE BEGINS TODAY CIBEH T Elaborate Exercises Planned for Five Days Ending Thurs day, When Degrees Will Be Presented, (MCIAL COBMSPONOENCt TO MOMNINQ JOURNAL! State C'ollt'fco, N. M.,- M.ly 20. The 1916 commencement nt the Xevv Mex ico State college will extend over the period from Sunday morning. May 21, to Thursday evening, May 2T, and it is destined to be a lively week for the students and faculty of the college, with something scheduled for every day during that time. The week will open with the bac calaureate sermon on Sunday morn ing at 11 o'clock, which will be de livered by Rev. A. K. IJoyd, of T-as Cruces, followed in the evening by a Joint meeting of the Young Men's and Women's Christian association, ad dress by Assistant Secretary Graham, of the HI Paso association. May Festival Tomorrow. Monday evening will occur the May Festival, in which will be featured a May pole dance and folk dancing representing the various countries. Tuesday evening the graduation exercises of the. preparatory depart ment will occur. Miss Alva Nichols, of Tularosa, honor valedictorian, will j be presented with a gold medal for having maintained the highest aver- j r'J'e grade throughout her four year's course. Miss Dorothy Wharton, of U'HjKl.is, Ariz., president of the fourth preparatory r-las. will present the medal. The main program will be 'he presentation of n comedy-drama f'S a class play, featuring Miss Fierniee Ormc. nf Mountalnair, end Miss Doro thy Wharton. The play is being di rected y Dr. S. H. Neff, head of the department of English. Senior Kxercises Wednesday. has b.-en placed lege gymnasium. The annual alumni banquet will be held In the evening at the gymnasium, and will be by invitation only. The board of regents will meet at 8 o'clock on Thursday morning, and will ud.iotirn in time, for the com mencement exercises, which are to be held at 10 o'clock. The address to the graduating class will be delivered bythe Hon. Charles A. Spies, of Las vesas, and the address in behalf of i the graduating class. hv Kianlov! Urown, of Las Cruces. a member of the ssnior class. At this time Dr. George K. Jjidd, president of the col lege, will present degrees to five grad uates from the school of engineeritig, four from the school of agriculture, on from the domestic science de pa.rtm.nt, and two from the general science department, In the afternoon the annual meet ings of the did Students' association and the Alumni association will be held in Hartley hall. In the evening the annual senior promenade, in honor of the depart ing seniors, will lie held. The dance is given under the supervision of the student commission of the student body. TO DEVELOP CREEK INTO CAMPING AREA PCCIAL CORRIIPONDINCI TO MOftNINfl JOURNAL) Flagstaff, Ariz., May 20 The for est service through Supervisor C.uth- The senior class day exercises will I the season ready been spokeif of for this sum- I mer. uie of the regulations on leasing will be that no timber Is to be cut or anything done to mar the natural wiluncss ,,f tile plu'-c, which is its chief charm. I'rnvisions will be made for sanitation and restrictions put upon the character of the buildings erected. It is even exoocted that j within certain limits the exact loca tion of the buildings will be pre scribed so as to get privacy and in sure some degree of uniformity. Oak creek has long been known for its trout fishing, and has a lodge wdiere summer tourists stay during 4 . - 'XT, ft r. " it J 3 U M " K 1 V , ft V.J , -i t 1 ,l 1v. 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We pay liberal interest on Saunas Accounts and Certi I'icates l' 1 H'posits. We loan on approveil lianas, or collaterals of all kinds. THE CITIZENS BANK Hours 10 a. in. to 3 p. ni. We ray 4 per cent I uteres In our Savings IeK.rtmeot on Ufhwles of Deinwil) (Or- 00 oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo 00 oo oo oo 00 oo oo 00 oo oo oo oo oo oo 00 oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo !; il j oo 00 00 oo oo oo oo OO oo oo oo oo oo oo 00 00 oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo 00 oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo STATE MUSEUM NOTES OfiOnnnnnrtnncionnooOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOtJOOOOOLft vouooOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO r -U ' Kick Headache. . This d lacuna Is nearly ul Anys caused by a disordered stomach. Correct that and the attack of rick beuducho mav be avoided. Mrs, A. I.. IJtckle, Kast Itochester, N. v., wrlteii: "I waa a victim of sick headache, caused by ;i btidly dlsorilerod stomach when I began taking Chamberlain's Tablet! three years ago. In iv few weeks time I waii restored to my former pood henit l,'- obtainable everywhere. 1 iSriCIKL COmPONDINCl TO MONIN JOUHNAM Santa. ! e, May :.-SlH .leoige It. Wallf.ee of Toledo, ... , formerly of Santa Vi- anil a reetdent in the old j Pi. luce, today pres. I.te.l to the nui- jseino library n number of Mrlunies 'which Include an anthology of Aus llralian poets and tlm Australian clas 'sir: "Wi- of the Never-Ni-ver," by ' Mrs. Aneas (iimn. There are also llie cril (,tid under the guidance of ! I fa it. i 1 ill "Songs of the South," by J. '.foivcrnor Santiago Naranjo of the lt. ..'Mara, the I'oeins of Adam I J ml - j pueblo, is finding ample material for men are' members of the American "lvic association and Its officers are people of national and evil Interna tional fame, The national parks com mittee, headed by Kilos Mills, will be with the party. The rajarllo park tour Is glow ingly described In the pamphlet. rllst Santa 1'e, the Chicago tors in thci (citing IrfH'i.l ('(.lor. , May l'.en Wcssuin, artist, has taken ipiar sehotd house at Santa st vi i ; si: Tuit v. n. v i t. I'.eiiiiiicnt Deinocialic l.ei.dei' ami Candidate for Nomination fur ( out say .Pinion and i : l . 1 1 1 1 mi Kill, il treasures of the bled shortly llu in an illustrated mono at. 'I'o the literary library ill nlso he ' miituinietital arrhae- liis brusli and pencil and Is at same time gathering notes for lectures and a book. the bis he held on Wednesday afternoon f - 30 p. m. Homer Powers, of Fort Stockton, Tex., will deliver tho vale dictory; Charles Chaffee,.. El Paso, 'lass poem; tikhard l'ohl, Helen, class will; o. K. Jackson, Fort Stock ton. Tex., class prophecy: Stanley T.lc w'dlyn, Las Cruces, class history; Robert Kirby, Mesilla Park, will hand down the spade to the cUts of 1917; Miss Knth Phelps, State College, class banner: jii thony O'noyle, El Paso, will give a reading, and Lester Cox, Hagerman, W'H present the class gift, a combina tion arch and drinking fountain which has has The canyon is uimiue is that it such a variety of vegetation and walls of highly colored sandstone. It Is expected that a good automo bile road will he constructed into the canyon from Flagstaff next year. XOTK'I' I'O l'AUI'.Vrs. The A. I', C is in continuous ses sion during the summer. A fine op portunity Is presented thereby fur your son and daughter to get at least, a part of that very necessary business education and training so essential for success. Investigate. Call Phone 67. LIMELIGHT NOW ON DEMS.; CONVENTION TO INDICATE DRIFT (Con. imied I'nim Tiikp On'.) crabs in the state. Covernor .Mclam ald himself is the only man who has the answer, and lie won't give U out. (luthrie Smith, one of the bright est newspaper men in New Mexico, who is now touring the slate and contributing a. scries of politico arti cles to an 1-2 1 Paso newspaper, re cently made his first attempt ti, In terview Governor McDonald. Mr. Smith had been informed by certain j of his brethren of the craft that he was undertaking a task at which no- body had ever quite succeeded, but in asmitrb as lie bad been Instruct! himself lias done niiything to boost along lils game, It has been done so i liiietly that no cutcrnppmus of it are j visible on the surface of the political! earth. It there is any organixed move ment in his In half outside of Itoose velt county it has not as et made It self fell. I lanl, Moi mi nt I'ussible. In this connection an interesting rumor Is going the rounds which livai's many of the earmarks of cred-iof X ilnlity. This is to the effect thai Go- 'seuin ernof .Mclionald is Just at. prco-nt In ' l ". the act of executing a flank move-1 pin merit the objective of which is not theirui governorship but the election as m.--l''e. ttonal committeeman to sneered As-jgoi sistant Seeretary of tin- Iniciior A. A Jones, and I hat tils purpose in allow 'obiuleal publications of the 1'iiiverslly iof l'enns 1 a nia. iniiudiii y. their j Kiopl ian and Hah Ionian series. This Iconics as a gift through lr. Charles IPirrlson ami Prof. G. i. Gordon, Gif PhiladclPhi... To the library of I New Mexico ami statistics was added itodav "HoiIiibv and rndergt ouinl Wa ller of I. una Connt." by N. II. Dar- ion. which Includes an excellent im.p 'of the Columbus and luinlng region 'which Is of special interest at this ' titlle. ! Much interest is felt in the return C. Nelsiui of the American Mu ni of Natural History to New Mcx Mr. Nelson, who exavated the bios of the Giilistco basin and the m of the Tewn iiiteblos near Santa is now at liamah and from there to Chi.co e,'inon oulllng several ears' work in the Zunis, on the Nav ajo reservation and in the San Juan Results from Journal Want Ads CHICHESTER S PILLS I III', JMAiUMlf liHMHU A . l.ntllfdl Knk yunr lriiHli i,.f 4 ti-rlK'.(ra iMamitnU Hnii(dA I'lllaln It. ti in.l UnU nifwlliAV I ft, unutl itli hih KitJiyn. y Tali lhrr. II ..r of funr V lriinUI. A.k f r4 IU llr H-TrCril r SOLD BV DRUGGISTS IVtRVWHLRE mm Why So Popular? Anything that relieves worry is pop ular that's why bo many people da pend on ui for lighting and atartinr atisfaction. McCLOSKEY AUTO CO. ' Wvt Conner. ' Free inspection of any battery at any" tlm ii ti am ils c bis .old Business Mens Bank This bank affords every facility for the transaction of any banking business. It invites deposits subject to check and extends as liberal accommodations as sound banking will permit. Those having surplus funds lying idle are invited to avail themselves of our Time Certificates of Deposit which yield FOUR PER CENT INTEREST. Depository for A. T. & S. F. RY. UNITED STATES Interview the governor, ilurndc-t than which have did no more." After an hour's pleasant conversa tion in the executive offices in Santa Fe, during which Mr. Smith admits that there was nothing- stiirinp, not even the leaves on the trees outside, ! and in the course of which Governor I .McDonald found out all 'that the i newspaper man knew. Mr. Snu'li ! came, to the conclusion, by reason of his refusal to answer the point-blank 'question as to whether lie will be a i candidate fur the nomination, that the governor wants to succeed himself. ! He may be riKhl at that, but those i win) know the governor will insist that his reasons are not sound, i Conl'iisim; Sie.m, j Kor It is a v. ell-known fact that Mr. McDonald's refusal to answer a loiicstion propounded to him by a I newspaper man means Just e; ! nothing at. all. It isn't that h j afraid of the con ieiiietices of win miuriit say-- it is merely that be is m'eiii'.'llly secretive about what b fendu in ,io - that he can not by I known means be ii.di.ceil to lake bndv into bis confidence, nub fs wants to do so. The siKns resardiiiK the M Donald ! candidacy are eonfusiiiK. One re ! niarkable thine about the matter is that those who are most positive tin.' ! he is out for the nomination are met! who are about as fond of him as they i are of a dose of poison. The McDon- aid talk comes principally from re I publicans and ant i-.McDonald ib-mo- crats. Tlfl- men who are closest to the j chu f executive privately express the opinion In .iiimistaka ble terms tha' i he is not a candidate and does not ex- pert to become one. So far us is known, the only exception to inis as sertion comes from the action of the Kooscvelt county democratic execu tive ( oinniltlee. whose chairman, V. II. lire by, recently sent out over tho state a circular culling for support fur the governor to succeed himself. Other than this there is apparently no concerted move In behalf of a Mc Donald candidacy. If the governor in tf the talk of his candiibe ernor to continue Is to himself when the time conn that selection, which will id ly Is it be eOII- r lo an V II.,. convention here this week. It. is considered pr,ich ,,K certain that. Mr. Jones will rcsiKn as national committ'Siiian upon aniioiineiim his candidacy for the somite, or, which amounts to the same thine., that lie will not stand for re-election to the dace on the committee which he now holds. In tb's very probable event It is believed that Governor McDonald would be elected as Mr. Jones' suc cessor without ally opposition. J a 1 1 o I il i ii for lb neb. That the tenure of . Incite N. R ..atiKhlin as stale chairman of the central commilleu is likely to be of brief duration is also one of the In ter, stlmr rumors In demociatie cir cles. Not that there is any opposition to anythiiiK Judi;e I-uunhliii has done as chairman, but rtie statement is made with apparent aulhoriiy that the Santa I'V man wants to be nomi nated for the place oh the supremo bi-tii h ra'nv oc( upicd by I'liitf Jiistb c C. J. I'oherts, In the event that In should stand for this olfice Judu" baiij-'lilin would, ir is believed, step down from the chairmanship at an early dac In order to be In a belter posith.n to mat ' his canvass. Mho would succeed Jiidje ly.tich !in as chairman if he should resign is entirely a matter of guesswork, u.ul the KUessi.iK is not very B"ml at pres ent, sa.ue Senator Wulfoii, It is be lieved, could not be induecii to ac cept 1 he position, owlni; to his own candidacy for the nomination for ' on vress. The (batiii's are that the Of fice wiiiihi ha.- to set k Hie loan, ami that a eonsideialdc search would have to be made before it could find him y for Kov -. drainaKe, w hich -il reiix't ben ; connection with s to make j ( 'burn oaiiVnti, I be duritiK i f ton il Is to la- are to be studied til I i iich other. In the ic rest of the I 'uehlo excavated and the I refuse heaps ami burial mounds of I he older puehhcJ ill the canyon are to be trenched and examined. The following realsle.eil at the mit seum: Herman II . Wolff, fall J. I II iiian, Mrs. i1 1 . D. Seats. New York City; Harold Myer, Albany-. Ga.; Mrs. Mva. It. Clupp, lit-HwIey. Calif.; It, I.. .Maltlnci!, 'J'ierni Amarilla; .Miss Opve Cle eland, . I. : Mrs. I barb's .Mian JJardce, Maude Hell. Martin, Buffalo, N. V,; II. Chirk. Omwcko, X. V.; M Sco.ell, V. Hardee Miss Maiy Miss Mary- Miss .Marjorie YVentworth, Hoston, I Mass.; tMward K. Wilkinson. North Adam", Mass.; Miss l-'.lbel Hull h, .Miss' Zella llurch, Miss llobeoea Komero, 1 (Mrs. Alvin ISurch, Taos, Nellie Mor-j rison Small. Denver; I. ('. .MaKsey, I i Sa m .Massey, i.elirdls, X. M.; o.- ear! i i:. llaiilev, .Hclinssclaer, Ind. Itct oniiiiciids, liamlici Iain's. "f take pleasure In r.-coinmendinK Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea H'-rnedy, hfivintr used it In my family for the past thirteen years. I have tried other remedies, hut Chamberlain' is the only one that ever ue me por.iiuii--nt r- lu f. We are never without it even when on a visit or summer outing, and I cannot ay too much In praise of It," writes Emerson Demeree, Hurpursv illu, N y, obtainable everywhere. SANTA FE MADE 'BACK j EAST' EXCURSION POINT; (lirVRIAl COaftiBPOMOINrf fa MOftNIN JOURNM. I Santa l-'c. May fit. Santa i- had ! i?ood HdiiiKs today. The railroads in- I formed the Museum of New Mexico; thai Sail I 'i He had been made a "hack ', ea-t excursion" point. That Is, in all j ailvcrtlsernelits of 'hack' east ei'ur- ! Minns," It will be enumerated us oho j of Hie slopping points and it will be i a tiled the special rate thai New j York or Cbhugo or other cislcrn clt- I li s are f.ivon. j At lie- same time came the itin erary of 'The National Harks Tour," i under the auspices of tile American CP. ic essool ition. whiih leaves Chlca- t!o on June J'..'. Kinht pat;.3 are liiveuj to a description of Die tour, and three of these paKcs i.re iievoted to tip; Hun- I deliif ifational monument. The jiarlyj arrixes in Sauta He on AiiKiu-t and; leayes Santa He on August J, Hiving' ; two weeks praclically to this city nod j the I ';. j;i lit ii park, or twice the time; that is Riven tin- Yellowstone nation- i al parks and four tones ihe lime giv en .he Yosemite national pinks. As is well known, the nation's loadlntf Perfect Cooking pr mi linn ti i mm in mt lymn. . W ' 1 "fFT1 ''"'iB 'f i I SH I S.l f I t -0- I I 8 woim r. accomililic(l with the "' JWftomt Electric Range it cooks without fuel, soot, smoke or ashes no danger of fire. doe not vitiate the air or heat up the kitchen ami you. , . . - , . use your regular kitchen utensils and recipes. You will be pleased to see this Range SEE OUR DISPLAY AT YOUR SERVICE - " ' an Albuquerque Gas, Electric Light & Power Co. PHONE 98 ' Special cooking rates on applicattdnlr