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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Monday, November 20, 191G.
Eight , CRESCENT HARDWARE CO (.,.-. B.n.gv.., Houso I iirnlsMiig Ooivls, Cuil'iv. T'K iron lipc. Valve mm I ill int. Plumbing, iif. I'll ami Copper Work SIS W. ( I VIKAI, AVI.. TLXll'IIONK 15 FdLltdlli and Trucks SOLD BY R. B. SAUER I IKIM til.-. 41H WIST CIMI'.U, BOND-CONNEIL Sllf tP AND WOOL COMPANY SHEEP AND WOOL IMKim: (nil. 201 i si t.oi.n FEDERAL FARM LOAM BOARD TQ START HEARING T MO N NG I I N - I Xlt P.wly Ai lives Ahead of Time and Tlicit'fuie Will Open the Session at an Earlier Hour, SECRETARY M'ADOO GOES TO CALIFORNIA FOR REST VFOUR ROSES" nil niniM uniMtiv iv i"iiiiv CMCnM! I t I A I'.ltos. - H7 Nm lli First SI. pikim: who wn-,rp ft f ; wi f f f r If W '.,."l''i, f I VDIP TUCATPf LarUDay LlllIU MIL1 1 SI L 3 TODAY FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN and BEVERLY BAYNE In "R01E0 and JULIfP9 Metro's Special $250,000 Production in Eigbt Reels timi; or snows immi, im.-i, 4.:w, n-.t haw, :ir Admission Adults, 25c. :: Children 15c IC 3 LOG CABIN 51 KUri AT THE OLD PRICES I OH 1IIF PRFSINT QUARTS 40c 2 GALLON 75o GALLON $1.40 I WARD'S STORE HuMI.lt II. Mill. Mr. in Murlil,. c. Mimirti SDN-'JttW si'i t i i. niuw :! pU ys. Monarch Corn I I ji U nl -.mi M.iih,,1 limn !. Ijugr i it n i I'Hlllontie. I'm ioitiuloo Sinne, : ran- -"o 1 -n i :.: i" avel ! nji-. do loc Matteucci, Paliadino &. Co. Groceries and Meats eot w. ti.'ituii. Phone 15 Strong Brothers Undertaker PHOMIT MUX HI.. rilOXK 75. bi iioNi. in k.. orri.it AMI SldlMl. "CANDY GRIMSHAW" "(.rinislinvv Want to Si'o You V J horn last night mi till" way from San l:i Fc in Itoswell. prisons w ho will tulip part In nil 'I'ImmIi'k of I lit' Y. V. O. A.' pageant mi i I iii the armory tonight for I iilc:i I S,ll They will moot tl Utl III 'I'lM'K. d.iv no lit f'i dross rehearsal. The :n mm v will lie ln'iili.,1, .Indue II I'. Unynolds ami officii of tin' district coiiit left last night tin- tlallup in j t ' 1 1 ho November term nf mi ti I'm McKlnlcy i,inmt tlni morning. District Cli'ik TIhiiiiuh K 1 1 M.iililiMm hm.I William Wilcox, 1 "m l 1 1 i i 1 1 lit, wi'iu with him. In" I'll II Kuhns. first storekeeper i"i ih.. K.nita liillruail lifrr, illml In I'I.iIimiii.uiIi, Ni l.., Siilniiay iiIkIiI, H' ii.iilniii i.i ;, h i, 'iuiii rcci'lvi'il tiy Or. I II. Wiiith, Mi Iviihim wiih one of (In' piiini't'iM uf Alliiiiiicrnii'. H was a rliiulir Niciiilii'i- nf tin- MiihiiiiIc l.'ll;i' il in I I'! lull) I', til lltlll'l- Hlllll'lll'B j Tin- Siiml.n li.si i i(.r urillnaiu'c may ! in 'I In' l.i.nii;lit Ik fine the I'lumril to-nii-'lii fur Hi final i' tilling iiml ui-Mi:i-. Alili i in. in i-y,i. Tlnuli-y, onu nf II..' Mi.H'ili is i.f ih,. in (llniiin r, In nut nl t'.vwi an. I iitlii-r iimiH'iliiii'ii, lavor i l"n llii' tni'.i-.uri', may nut w In It In I'l.iri' II 1,. .,in I),,' , mini'il with him i.l'i I. Tlii' lii.iniiK nf Kiilirtt Wilson. r.inxuss. r, will l,,. ,., ),,.f,.io Jnstli'i' , W W M.i I. -Ilan 1'iolnilily tmlay. I ' v M il I, M l, W.IH V lllll n W tM'U :ii.. M'M.-i whili' 1 1 1 1 1 K In t'iKl u ii'iuK.'i liiun Wilson and tin1 iniliri' 1'iailr a cliaim- ,,f assault with Ind'Ht ! in l.ill at.iinsi th,. latin. Tin- wmiinl I ..is lini.il im.l Ma ilu, k h'ft tlii' lins I I'llal In a fi'W ilu a. Tl.r Wi. nun's Catholic Orilcr of j Kori'Mi't'n will mii't at 11,1,1 I'l'llows 1 hai M. unlay i Vi'Iiiiik, NovcnilH'r 1!U. i at T .'l'i in lin k All nii'tnlii'is me uiKial j In litti'li.l. Aftrr the liii'it t iik ttlcrc I will la' tlic i.miiil tlaiirlni; mill r.U0 l.iily, inilnilliig iifri'sliiiicnts. LOCAL ITEMS .or l.NTKHE SI- WOMAN DIES FROM BURNS RECEIVED IN GASOLINE EXPLOSION Kt your tnmla t I'u! iiihi Caf. ' Silcitna Car, In, who was MilMln ,V '1'! "in. 1, I'li.iai ',',l'l,',l In all i Xplosloll of nasollni' Ouaiani. , ,1 ., mm ;,, is'i"'i.li.v iiioiiiiim t nli1 Town, ,1 Kolt,. I C A!) l, I,, ., M Minim Mi- ! o.in. H M',-li'.,la nioriiiim-, llu hoily was taken to I'lf.l Ciollotl's ini.tiTtHklnii rooiii.- rui'Miil ui I aiiiit'iiit'iitH hint not tifin i 's ina.li- last niKht All i. j 1 1 iq i,., M 111 I'i. i i i - i;.'. l..,i . m i.n, Throat. ( i', ., i s : .nl l.i.'tf I'll s;,-, II. 11. Hi'l -.i n, ,.f S... olio ' 11. r in Alhii'ia i , .i' . s.i i.l.u i ,'ovct nor Al ! ...i.a hi was I;, i . SPRINGER MU lt fcTI.r.vl l Is Ul , MIIJTIO.X Miv Cat. la was Wir.hlni; for Mis. r,vv Cliiii.,,-,, Si'iuini'i, She puke! iii a i ui of riisolin,., iliinkliiK It wim ki'ro (. in-, an, I thii w the 1 1 j n i il Into tin' Mow Mik C.iiini was lnmii',1 al out tin- la.i.l a,i,l hody In the fxi'lOMon Hi' cloihts iniiKht fir and sh run Into the street. A iinjthhor. wrapping a heavy t.lankel about her. ixtm sulsheil the flaiiieH, but ahe was too rv irlj lunitil to iciuvtr. Al Other Members Are Here, However, and Will Sit at Hearing; Geoii-.e W. Norris to Preside, .leral farm loan hoard, with etary Will hi in II. Mi'Ailoo Albiiiiieiiie last nlKht. .Mr left the I. oiinl at i'lloenix, Koiiiif to California tn take a He inoimhly will not ("join the The f, out S'el'l I'aine to Mi Ailoo A I vi, I est. hoard on Its eastward trip The boaril icnved iwclvc hours alieail of the time at which it hs expected tu rem li A lluiuel .lle. The curlier arrival was dun to the fact that the party did not ko to the Ornnil Canyon. I ut c.nne directly from Ash Fork, Ariz, here. HeeaiiHc of Ita early arrival IliP board will open I he heal ing at tin ear lier lime than that previously an nounced The hearing will open at Id o'clock this inirnliiK. It la to he held In the Tinted States court room In th' postiiffice building. C.eoiKi' W. Norris, of I'eiinsylv.'iiiin, will preside in the absence of Sccre taiy McAdoo All members of the hoard, with the exception of the sec retary nf the treasury, will be present. The other members are JikImc Charles K. IOhdell, republican, Kaunas; Capl, V. S. A Hinlth, I iii u I il ica it , Iowa; and Herbert Quick, democrat, West Vir ginia. Claud de I'.au a Is secretary. .Many Conic for llcuilni;. liiisiness men will jjlvc a luiniiuet for the hoiinl in the Tal't room of tin Alvaiado holel tonight. A. A. Jones, I'liltcd St. ilea senator-elert, will come, K. C dc llaca, next novel nor, iind W. I!. Walton, next coiiKrcssman, canuct Home. Mr. de Ilina haa gone to Cal ifornia to reiiiperatc mill the mur rhme of Mr. Walton's (laughter will keep him at Silver City. The I it ii ii tiK :md baiuiuet will In Inn men hero from other parts of New Mexico Several came last nlktht. The I'alily ((unity tlelcMation, made up of C. ,V1, KU hards, Scott IHtt r, S. I'. Hostler, Klliott llcnilink ami S. 1. St II n Im, Jr., was here. A. A. Homers, nf I'ortales; John Hei ker, Sr., and utheis from Helen, also arrived. The hearhiK help will last until the tin, in I has h in ill nil witnesses brought beloie it, providing there are not so many us to prevent (lie board'a leav lug n its schedule. The board will leave here at 1(1; 30 o'clock tonight for Amuiillo, Tex. A stop of seven hours will he made at Amartllo. The f 1 mi in iu 1 problem involved in iiiol'llmnn capital for the use of the fanner under the new federal loan act Was explained by Mr. Norris, farm loan commissioner, a iiicmber of the hoard, here to conduct the heniiiiH tn ili-tel ililne the location of the banks The plan Is cm ce,lninly simple, as pointed out by Mr, Norris. Student o I aim I Inancc. Pile law provides a way to assemble capital In the twelve fculonal banks aiitl thus provide a plan for frequent tnrntiiK over of this money for the foipicnl benefit of the farmer. Ml Norris formerly had charKo of the bond and Investment department of a hankluir firm In Philadelphia, and in addition has Klven much study to the iUestlon of farm finance. He Is convlni ed that the bonds provided for under the (arm loan net will prove a popular investment and he Is likewise convinced that this pieei, of legisla tion will be a wonderful boon to, the fanners of the nation. "Twelve federal land balika will start with tiKKri-KiitP capital of no less I hail $!i, MOO, mm Immediately available for loans," said Mr. Norris. "After unv one hank has mail.' loans to the amount of JaO.ooO it will be entitled, with the approval of the farm loan bond, tn issue t.iO.OOO of federal loan bonds w tih h will be secured primarily by the assignment to and deposit with a tai'in loan rcKlstrar of a like amount of first faun moi'tnanes as collateral. "These teder.il farm loan bonds may he issued In the anrcnate to an amiunii no in twenty times the capital of the Issuing bank. Kach of the twelve banks Is to be capitalized to the amount of JT.Mi.OOO, so this pjoviilc for at least 1 S0,000,n00 ad ditional loanable funds, subject only to tin- condition that the bonds shall prove saleable. lb mil sale Is Certain. "This cannot beiUestioned. Theorlj;. iniil basis of tmtrtciiite security fo) per cent of the proposed value of the land and JO per cent of the perma nent improvements is very conserv ative. Then, there will be the Indorse ment of the local farm loan aasocla tlon on the mortitaKfs pledged as col lateiul secoritv. The capital of the bank iasiipiK the bonds will afford an additional ,r, per tent inaiKln and there Is further provision that each one of the banks shall bp liable us to both principal and interest for any possible default by any other bank lively bond will carry a certificate, sinned by the farm loan commission er, to the effect that it is Issued un der authority of the ait and has the approval in form and Issue of the fcdeial form loan board and that it is legal ami regular in all renprcts; thHl It ia not taxable by national, state, municipal or local authority; that It la tamied aiialnat collateral ae- urit) t,ithr Cniti'd, Statin buuu- ment bends or endorsed first-mnrt faces on fa I iu land's, .. t bait e(iial in ,,ln. unit o l.,,n, : ;s.,m il, alii thai all tuloinl laud h, l is ,le I, able for tho payment of each bond. With ul! the.., safeguard and advantages, these bonds must inewtubly become a Very populur form of Investment. They will be issued ill denominations of from $2'. to (1, i.n.l will, tlieie- fni'e, be available for I.'iiko or siniil Investors, .Millions for Development. "On Its financial snip the act pro vldea a much needed connection be tween the money needs of the farmer (mil the accumulated capital of the city. 'J'hp $!l,oiiO,(uui wiib h will bo Im mediately available and the S 1 xO.onn, 000 additional whii h will be available without ImifiiHi' of Ihe original capital stock of the banks will he only the beginning, and there is no reason to doubt that us the system develops nud the? adviintuKPH beci ie known to farmer ami Investor, many hundieds of mil lion of capital will he utilized in Hg Hi ulturul development and extension Inuring to the economic safely and prosperity of the whole country.'' fcht -jlltw f'lrjn 4,.i (H. .v I Lin la the Hgrirulturnl prospeniy ol the I'nlted Statis unlfonn ami bring di rect or Indirect benefits to all the fanners of the liiiteil States, accord ing to Mr. Quick, one of the members of the board. The farm prosperity of the coun try has been spotted, Hecondlng lo Mr. Quick. In the regions where land value are high, private Interests have loaned money at roasoii.tble rates Hut In less favored regions high rates have I ei'ii chaiged. Net Money Lending Sol cine. "The first thing to get into the minds of the people," said Mr, Quick, "is that the rural credits net is not u scheme by which the government' louiis money to the farmers, but one by which the farmers and investors of the I'liitPd Stiles iiuiv constitute themselves Into a bWnntion-wide mu tual loan association. "In Home parts the farm loan busi ness has been well cared for. There are locutions, like many parts of New FiigUiml. w here money is plentifnl and rates reasonable. Other locations, like some parts of Pennsylvania and the corn belt, have been well served because land values are stable and the quality of the land fully iindei stood. Investor regard these mortgages a:i choice investments and. although they may be r ) Kite from local supplies of capital, money Is direct id there by reason of the very uniform and high finality of the loan and the successful and stable character of agriculture. "Probably If the condition had 1'Cen ii.i favorable all over the country us hi these favored regions, there would he no particular necessity for the federal farm loan act, and yet even In these localities loans have been made for from three to five j .veins with the necessity of icnewals and commission. Plan Already linitaleo. "Kven in these regions the effect nf the, federal loan act on Interest rut will nroliiibly he very beneficial to Iho farmer In bringing about a new sys tem of loans eo far n terms and con ditions of payments are concerned. Al-t-eutly, loan hunks'are making loan In Imitation of the federal loan plan. Thev are making twenty-year loans with small Installments of the princl pal to l.i' paid with each Intel est pay mi'iit, so that the loans will he nmor Hxctl in twenty veara. ' It In safe to say that by reason of the federal loan net farmers In a few years will find themselves In a rtltich easier position They will luive loans which will run n long period, slowly paid off by al most imperceptible payments, and they will possess the privilege of pay ing off in whole or In part almost at their own will. 'The greatest benefits of the net, however, will not go to these favored regions. Probably tin t e-fonrths of the nreable surface of the United States consist of lands uniform In ipinlity- and which, for one reason or mother, have not attracted Investors In farm mortgiiges In the past. In these locutions farmer are compelled to pay high rates of Interest, hurden i;ome commissions, a nil have been sub ject to other embarrassment In get ting loans t0 such an extent that their bufferings have been Intense. "In other regions, owing to the lack of development of the loan business, farmers have not been able to gel loans except under exceptional cir cumstances. The supply of local monev was insufficient and commer cial banks hud "ley could do to carry on legitimate business and were unable to devote any udefniute amount nf iiinni'V to ong-tlme rami loans These retliuis suffered and agiicn torul dev eloninent was arrested reason of the failure of the fnited States hitherto to set up a financial system such as most other govern ments have set up to serve the farm er. i nd It vrlll furnish Invctsots, , small r, nil large with ife and sound secu' -Itlcs in which In Invest their savings Iind aci Ulllill.i (lolls. ' ThctJe aicuriliea will be fice lioiii taxes and ought to le within a lew ns the favorite investment for peo ple who me willing to accept a I"" late of Interest for the purpose securing safety anil avoiding m cnielice." TODAY ONLY M HUT lMNlf nliM--i ii iiM- . lift im .iiiii'iu tHt)(S 0 i.,iii ..I llnfnlMl' 1. ltd lll'I'll til 1 III. I ItX i llfYl i,l....... I "THE RAGGED PRINCESS" uinsiimc sli'iu of girl who runs awnj PROMINENT MEN TO BE PROPHETS IN THE Y. W. C. A. PAGEANT following the Junior episode with ita Camp Fire giiia and other attract ive scenes, will be the P.lbk study epi sode, possibly the innii Impressive in tin? entire Y. VV. C, A. pageant The stage setting will he appropri ate and will Include a representation of Sargent's Frieze of the Prophets. This frieze, of which the lloston pub lic library Is the repository, I one of Sargent' series culled the Pageant of Ueliglons, and Is undoubtedly a fine example of historic portraiture in ait. Nineteen of Albuquerque' leading mrWosK e'.' piiriKtMfc.l -m.will iyipersonate the prophets and will as sume the actiiul, attitude of the fig ure In Sargent' famous frieze. The Humes of these gentlemen are us follow: Oeorge li. Crulg, A 11. Mc Millen, William Price, J. W. Plestell, (!. T. Peterson, Fred Sabin, Oeorge Kverett, Frank Short, I-;. J, Strong, Vigil llaca, I). C. Wisenberg, C. O. t'ushmun, Dr. J. W. Klder, N. W. Pen ning, A. C. Thoma, 1 .1. Coppoek, Frank Ackermann, Adlai Feather, the Itev. K. P. S hinder, Hoyd Hawkins. Colonel Harris. 1, .. Mlze, . p. Met calf and C. M. Piillard. There will also appear on the stage ut this time a group of nineteen chor al singer dressed in choral robes und carrying Christmas wreaths, who will sing iiq neauiiiui l u l (SI mas t-nioi, Joy to the World, the l-ord lias Come." At the opening of this scene the pageant chorus will sing Mendels sohn's "How Lovely Are the Messen gers That Publish the Oospel of Peuce." Thi chorus, under the per sonal direction of Mrs. Bradford, has reached a lilgh excellence. a wail's inlveinurt s, dune .upi lce plays ih,, . liiun Hie orliluinagf, iiiccIh Hie n,uil . ' "Ule well, you Uniiw the rest " TIMi: OF MIOWS I. a:".".. :i:H. I:l.'. 5:20, (1:2.-). ADMISSION V(lult-i Ilk- Chllilrcii :i.i, j A CRYSTAL THEATEf WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY - "GOD'S AND TH COM e mm DEATHS ANDFUNERALS funeral of John Kenny. Funeral services for John Kennev will be held at 3 o'clock this afternoon at Strong Hrothcrs' chapel. Iturlal will he in Falrvlcw cemetery. j A Stupendous 8 Part Feature om; mtii:i: twih: at AT Ml. 2::t0 I IT i:( ll DAY ' and 11 ADULTS 15c CHILDREN 10c From the Book by James Oliver Garwood A TWO HOUR SHOW :.u.x.j.-mA-:-.-m i.ri.tx-.'.irl.',,; "It Is a rccngnlznd principle of fi nance that farmers need a different system of loans and credits than that which is adapted to that of other business. The federal farm loan act is a gnat piece of constructive legis lation, the object of which Is to sup ply the special needs 0f H" American farmer so far a long-period furm loans ale concrneit. "if the farmers and investor of the I'nlted States will ei'crgctlcally enter upon1 work of organiring under the tideral loan act, there Is no reason to doubt that every part of the country will gradually feel the relief Unit conies from an adequate supply of credit on easy terms. Object of tliei Ijiw. "The object nf the law Is lo make It possible for any farmer anywhere In the I'nlted States to borrow money. If he possesses good security, up t" the limit of safety, when the value of the property Is considered, on long f I Ol A and easv terms of payment, at the lowest rate of interest which in vestor will accept, on a perfectly safa and easily salaUe. liond. The land loan bonds to be used unitcr tne feu dal faun loan act will be as safe as government bonds. We do not know what the rate of Interest ili he, but we do know that land loan riortg.ige association In Europe have been able to aecure money for farmers at rate as low a that paid by the government on government bondk If we can Grad ually approach thi condition' It will l a splendid thine for the farmers Vicciilo Orlogti. Vicente Oricgo, 75 years old, died curly yesterday morning at his home iu old Tow n. He had lived there five j years, bin ing come from Bernalillo j He was a stock raiser and farmer. The widow, two sons and a daughter sur- 1 vlve. The body was taken to lied t'rollott's undertaking rooms. Funeral a' rangements were not announced j lust night. j THEATER 5 CENTS Arthur Wcallicihy. Arthur Wreutherhy, 34 years old, I died early yesterday morning ut his apartment on South First street. Ilis father, M. W. W'eutlierby, wu with him when deuth came. P.usides his father, a brother, T. O. Weatherby, Fayetteville, Ark., and tw'o sisters, Mrs. Ida Arnell und Mrs. Mabel (iranger, Morris, (ikla., survive. Mr. Weatherby and his father came here two month ago from Fayetteville. The body was taken to lilnkemore's undertaking rooms. Funeral arrange ment had not been made last night. KXTHA WITH li I . I I. A II FOIK-HKIT, P(X.1!M "The Secret of the Submarine" Episode 10 Two Parts "THE" SIREN of the JUNGLE"-2 ParU DAD'S DAUGHTERS" Comedy "JERRY'S ELOPEMENT" Comedy Sealed Verdict Is He turned. Chicago, Nov. 111. A scaled verdict was returned today by the jury which heard the testimony against Albert Frost, wealthy promoter, Oliver W. Ilourke, former mayor of Blue Island, and Bert Wing, charged with conspir-i acy to bribe the jury in the Alaska land fraud cases in 1913. It will lie j read at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning, i Watch the Non-Stop Maxwell. Coming Crystal, Next Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, "God's Country and the Wom an," an C. H. CONNER, M. D. Osteopathic Specialist. Office Stern Bldg. Phone S55 I treat all curable diseases. D. 0, S25. Henry hauls baggage and other things. Phone 939. Two Hour Show Adults 15 Cents. Children 10 Cents liny your ly an rrtvtoV at the Otvvcll Drug Co. toy. (; t It HOW ABOUT FURNITURE? I. O. Anderson, expert cal.lii"t maker. Repairing ami finishing, rhone 276. Home phone lOTf., IllttncT House, am-fc south First street. Xke clean rooms; gn housekeeping rooms. Phone 221. Miss Barbara Kirk Pmart gowns made for all occasions Distinctive remodeling. Booms 5 and 6, Citizens' Bank building. PALMS HOTEL i nuer new management. Booms thoroughly renovated. By day, week or month. First door west of Pas time. Phone ,t7 4. H. M. W1M.TAMS IK'III 1st Itoome 1 and S, Whiting Building Corner Second and Hold PlKltln Nil, KK4 SWEET ARIZONA ORANGES Don't take our word for it; that Arizona Navels are much sweeter than i aniornias just buy a fow of and decide for yourself. Ask grocer for Arizonas. STAMM-UKNJAMIN FRFIT CO. Let Us Send a To Heplaoe that Broken Oliiss. AI.UVQl'KItQl'L' ITMUKIl CO Phono 421. 42i x. yirsU Man W'luilow each your CARD TO THE PUBLIC Beginning November 15th lunch cons will be advanced from 7 5c to Jl and dinners from Jl to $1.25. We feel sure that our patron will ap preciate the fact that, with the high cost of supplies, it Is practically Im possible to serve these meals at thn present prices. FBKD HARVKY, .MA A It ADO HOTEL. I Painting and Paperhanging pone by A. CIIAt.VIN, means a Kuaranteed joh. The only union wall paper and paint store in town. Corn- I er 1-ourth and Central avenue . ' l ivery ami Nubile lion. Trimble' 1 Red Hani. ELMS HOTEL (Formerly New Hotel) MUST ST. AND TI.IKKAS AVI". Steam Heated, ( oinfoi table Koonm 2..t " u'''k and I "p. Phone HHH BCT TIIT9 BRAVD OT "TELMO" OAXNKD GOODS AXT HAVE THE BEST TOC Y.W.C A. Pageant The Ministering of the Gift ARMORY November 23 and 8 O'CLOCK 100 in Cast $1.00 Admission Children 50c Tickets Strong's Y. M. C Pharmacy. on Sab; i Book Store. V, F.lks' CluK Koyal Drug' ;rimh -A an" Putt Drug Store. BEBBER, OPTICIAN Citizens Bank Bldg. Rult from JuuraaJ Waal A&m. Gallup Lump Cerrillos Lump Hahn Coal Co. Galb'P CerrUlo Sto THOVE 91 AYTHHACTTE, ALL SIZKS: STK.M COAL Cokft- Mill W'oort . ., Wok1. Cord Wood, ntlv Klndlir i l ; t