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THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N M.. TUESDAY, MAY 5. 1014.
FIVE Board of Education Approves Plans for More Extensive Work Superentendent Milne's Report ial Night School Season and $1,000 is appropriated for Next Season's Night Classes. Appropriation Made for Summer School. Hickey Board. 1'rngrcaa Ik the Hindu nf tin Alliu iilcriUe bojld n( rilnrjil lull The board la using every effort In extend the uacf ulntaa (if (hi' rlly . hnol a)a trin ami Ik auocccdinK according In reporta mude at yesterday' unit Inn hy Siiicriii1endont John Milne. The supcriniciulcni presented n report un I hp work (il the night school. Inaug urated IiihI w Inlpr fur a six weeka' term, showing such complete iin ri'"" hill Ihp hoard appropriated fl.U'io fur a longer nlu lit school term next year. Thp an pel Intcndciit 'a report on Iht coat of riiHliiln i rittifi summer liuul. alter cuiisidci utlon, Kim adopted hiiiI ii ik it inirl.t I loit niiHlo for earning out Hip plan. M. K Hlckey wa re-elected presi dent nf I hi- hoard for the i inning year, with Mm. A K. Mi MiIIpii aa vice president and Mm. K V. 'I'cnnHtit a ilerk. In addition In th teachers elided unil announced yesterday iif tirn.Hin Jmiliiir i'urks of the Central i hool was tranafrired I'. Dip l.r high school t.ii i lil ii tc. now ncnrlng completion, ami ,'nniii.r Farulo, who him had charge if iip library build In. was transferred to the Central building. 1Ih Mm hi school l(i Mrt. Hupc rlntendent Milnca report mi I Iif lllHhl arhiMil follow TIip night ' hnol conducied during thp pital winter IihiI a luiul enroll ment nf 13. aludcnta Claaalllcd ai cording In m l lipntton: Kuginci.i. .'; Mitt null employ e. 3: clerks, II; In hustncsa fur aelf. 3: latum-m. I!; unemployed. ,'i. house keeper . collar Ironcra. ; hoilcr niHkrm. i, handy man. I. milliner. 1; Iph Iipi. j. murhiiiiais. ... electri cians, i, Machinist ii pprcnl icca. . chain limn. 1, nun Inn in In' helper. 7; ram here. 1. janitor. I. delivery iiipii, i. bricklayer. 2: gnu-era. .1. cmaacn gera. 4. intnlaicra. . hummer buy. I; drill inuii, I; lliu ksliillh. 3; enoka, I. waiterr. 1; rl pt heater. I; mall clerk, I: burlier, I: un luiflcd. :'. tinaallied ai curding In .11. II eura. 3. -IS jriir. 7. i year. 15; 17 year. 13; l year. 1.'. . IV ycui. I. SO year. . i'l j pain. ; ;. yearn, 3: 13 ypaiN, 3; it yparn, .' tiara, 4, 3 ypara. 3. 27 yt-ara. 2; ." ypum. 2. SI) ypara. 1. 34 )prn. 2; :r. yi-iira, 1; 3 in re. I; 37 ypnr. 1: 4h yi-ura, I. 14 ypara, I; unrlimalfipil. :i Home , t alndouia did , aut wi Ui .iiiln r 4il u thplr mkp or im i iiinlinii. Thin rx luma Hip iinrlnaalfipd under Ihp tn rrc riluiK heaila. A l.irar ninlorlly of thr atnrietit enrolled worked taiilifiuly t hrniixhiiui Ihp pnllre term, and manr eireaaeU rpkrpt hpn the term endi'd No riKMlar l "II I up nf Mtildy van mil lined fur th? nliiht arhoni. tmt em h Ipacher Hilaiid the wink In the abil ity and demie of the pi uli iiln nf hla i limp. Thnap w hu lul l little or no m hnolinii werp kiw'H work In aimide h'naliah and lieKiniuiic nrnlimi tK . Aiinther rlaaa wa.i ntKaiilKeil for pu I'llK Hhn fill Ihe Heed of iiildltmnnl work in uddilmn, milMr.n Hon. multi Idlratmn and dnlmon. Aimther iIhhh laiteil with (rai tmiiH Anotlur villi dei'imula and wri enl iBe. and atmiliei with iiieiiMir.il mn Km h tea her did Kimlmli work that aeemed In In in licM for Ihe i I,im) under Inn i haiKe. thmnih nil emi'hiiKix.il hupiiieiip l.iiuheh and letter rilin tine i l,i ha w in formed In hunk keeping and Una t l iim did Ihia Work ei Inpui lv . All 'iimIp hi iii tilwn an oiiori unity I" lake n II liiHtmhiii one-hulf hmir e.u h nmht -e. fnip oilier elnakea were alarled. The tea In ik w hn Kate their aerv l e aip Klla M laiMar. Mynle I'lanl. OenlKP Mill hell. A. II Mtr illi. Mnine Heiamun. J. V. ilillner and II I'. Williaina. Judalnc from ihn Impilry ren.inlinn Ihe tiiiKPihllity of nlkht work next year Mini from, the aeiillmul of tlmae who werp In allendame inla year. I lielletp la aafe In eatinmlp . Ihft :0 I'liinlp would lake adajii.iKe of Una work If It were offered. n the haala of 200 pupilx Ihe rn-rv-t( p of elKhi teti h .ii wo ild hp re quired. A reaaoiia ltp niniiiriiMilinli would he fl pr mahl fur three nlKhta per week, which would total 4 per week fur iPHi hpra' aervliea. Hixieen week Would roat I7li. With Ihp .i.ldltloiial Showi Fine Success for Init Again Named President of i oat of Janitor aerxlrp and mlmi llan emia expenditure fur Infill, heatinit. ele., I loci ran pari ty he added Tlua oal Miluhl lip rediired hy ahnrlenluK Ihn term In three IllontllM. or heller Ktill. In my 'plltmn, liy iharaniK nominal fe of f I nf all aliidetita hu enrolled. Thia wniild Inaure n depirfi for work on Ihr purl of pupil and I think would exrluile no one who really dealre Ihe work. I parni ntly re oiiunend thai thia lioiinl make home iro inlon for a nluhl mi hnol fur the rmnina ear l((-Hiri m MimiiM-r pa land. Hiiperlntendpiit Mllne'a report on the amnnier arhuol In lie eondinled during Ihe aummer of IMI la ua fnl" Iowa. The purpune of a summer a tioo la initially two-fold 1, Tii enal'le puplla whu have fal len behind Ihe K radii to uhlitt their UKe enlltlra them In rinnln their n aitlmi hy makiiia up Ihe work In ono or two hian hea. 2. To keep rhlldren eliK.iKid In (ome uaeful work who would othei; n iae lie un the atreetn. Fur thnae who need In hp lu ll ed In w hnol work renular elaapea ahotilil hp iM-ndui ted hy the atrunaeal tearhera BMillal'le. For thoHe who ahonld I"' kept "IT (he at nit hut who need no anerliil help in their aludlea the man ual tralmtiH and dnmeatu' a n nru tie partmenia ahuuld he kepi open. To I'ondto't aueh a auinmer aehoul In All'tmui rgne the aenleea of nt leaat two ehipa teh'la will lie need ed, and thia nuniher may liuve to ho tn rpaard hy una If the enrollment mukPH it iieepHpary. It ha heen ric ided ly the Imard of rdiii atlnn In ue Ihe nia una I, t ra In in innirnrloi and Ihe Imya under hla charge to repair httlldinxa uud lurnl lure. Thin, ir adldtlnn tu work w hli h rutild he offered In the ni.muul Iruln Ina ahop. will no dnuht keep nil the huya huny whu would rare In do Ihi ort of work during the aumnier. The lulal runt of the atimmel I'laaa ea thua outlined would hp ll.'.'i unleaa a nextra arailo teiaher la needed to handle the regular pi hnol work. !'.! of It. however, eotild he rhamed up tu repulia "f furniture and huildinsa. Thia plun (I not provide for any Work almve the eighth grade. Juda lux from pa.it experlenre there will he omp call from high w hnul puplla. and If It la deemrd wiae hy Ihia hoard a high lioo ea liei iiikI t "lie eni plo)pit In dn Ihia work, whu h will hn I. uuely In the narure o- iiilorlng. n' I here will hp few aludenla whu will want lu lake Ihe panic kind of wm k. Iteapei'lf ully . an limn tel. JtUIN MII.NK. fuperinlendeul. PLEASE SEND YOUR CHURCH AND L0D0E NOTICES IN WRITING The F.wiilnic Herald yepler- 4) day. through an editorial mla- lake, aiinoiiiu ed a meet in of the l, dun' Aid aoeieiy of Ihe freli tei lan ehurrh for Una afternoon at i o'i lm k In the i hiirih parlor. Tim notice pliould hae read "Flint Method- ' dipt hurrh " Apology IB hero- hy made u hoth Ihu aorletlea lor the Idunder. The nulue waa telephoned tu The Herald lalp In Ihe after- noun. We get pretty huay around here In the afternoon, and nnataki like thia one aro likely to occur. We have made made perponal reitieats w her- ewr HRalhle that church and lodge notli pa he m tit lu The Herald office In willing, and , liereer ponaihle, In tho morn- inn The Ih rald mukea no charge fur puldiphina; heao liollna. They are primed free and aa a enurteay to the i hun h aocletiea and Imlgi'P We now r'iiicat that all audi notlcea he aent In w riling, and nut hy telephone. Thia will hn a com einenip to ua. and will Inaure correct pul llia- lion. DECORATION DAY s a very appropriate time to erect a monument. Our stock embraces a complete assortment of the latest and Most sub stantial designs. Watch this space for MONUMENTAL HINTS, beginning Wednesday. Call and tee us, or write JOaES BOVEHS !.!0';U!.!ENT CO. 215 East Central ALBUQUERQUE, N..M. 4,We Do What We Advertise" THE Golden Rule Dry Goods Co. PRESENTS Annual May WHITE SALE THURSDAY, MAY 7 9 A. M. Reduced Prices on All MUSLIN UNDERWEAR WHITE GOODS WHITE WAISTS LALLS Hi and EMBROIDERIES SEE SPECIAL WINDOW DISPLAY OF VALUES Special Value-Giving Prices on All Graduation Materials mrfmmiiiwmtmwmnMm CLOSING EXERCISES '"' ' ' 1 TOMORROW AFTERNOON AT HARWO0D SCHOOL i 'luring cicrnai a of Ihe llaiwood IndiiHtrlal ailioul for .tl "ill lakn Place tiiiiiiirriin altertiuun at 'S u'clu -k ai ihe achiMil, 411", North I'oui tei in 1 atreet. Thou,. liiieriHled ale Imitp'J to attend The follow iug prugi'al-i will hp inn n. 8ng- ' When Thing I'oiit liu to Hint Yutl" ,i honl T'a.ilm ltilll In t'nncert. I'rayer Hev. f. 1 1. Ilcikiii.iii Ijolu, Inalrumeiilal Walls W.iImi Feliclta rtlx Keiltalion; "l.oe I Hie Anniher" I'rcntliia lllc, i 8nlg; "Itock-a-llyp-Kilhy'' I'rimar .-i hol ii t lti'cit.Mlon. "The Modern fain"... Itiiili Welmier Kiiltallon: "The Iteault of Tleat- Inu" Antonlii Teres ;i i llation: "tiuod-Nighl. Tapa' . . Hanmncita I'adilli f.ulo, liiatrumenial "Tranim i i". . . K u t Ii WeliMer Hi inatlon : "liota t'hiialmaa" or "The Holier Hat ' . . I.upila San- he Kecltatloii; "A New Yeai'a Story" Amelia Maltimi Bong. "Hear the Weiry Itohiu"... lilee ri'JIl Itci itallon "The Stray Sunheam" . l.coiildea Monln.i Sold Vocal; "Sing Me to Sleep"... Antonio I'l l Kedialion: "la It Worth the Sac rifice" Ituth t'nrdei-'! Itoltallon; 'Tut Youraell in Hli I'l.ce' Joaie Moin.ni. in Hung; White Cililmn Viuralluiia'' tile l.'lu.) CITY CONTINUES TO HAVE TROUBLE OPENING THE DITCH City Attorney John I. Lewi I pre. paring lu aerve nutce on a woiuil hn Mult a hutiae in the 1 oure o:' the 1 onir.i-.ii eiiul.i that the city iiimv. Unpen In accordance with Ihe le 1 li-lon III the Mela cae He nnd ( 01m cUinan Hklliuer Wele Iiiatructed r luunclt l.ixt night to aee Chat tun liouae Wax mowd The owner of the hotic i a. ild tu tl.t.e purchaaed the land after lUu illy cloaed the ditch, and pruceeiliil lo huild under Ihe lmpreiun that till areiilla would never In' reopened. The uprenip conn haa ruled thai the ell niual reopen the dilch. and it la up to Ihe cily tu get the huuae out of tha way. IKlU's THIN? We offer tm Hundred Hullara lie ward for any raae yt t'ai.irrh lhat canont be cured hy Hall a l atairh Cure. F. J. t 'II KN K Y fi... Toledo. . We, the iiudeiaignevl, have known F. J. Cheney for Ihe laat Ii year, and helieve him perfectly huiioraliie In all hiiMinea Iranaucliona and flnan daily aide lu carry out any obliga Hon 111a dp hy hla firm. NATIONAL II A N K OF COM M Kill K. Toledo, o. Ilall'a Catarrh Cure la taken In ternally, ailing dueillv upon the hlnod and mucoiia aurfaie of Ihe aya tem. Teattlllotllala pent llee. I'l'ice 71 ceuta per Pottle, hold I.) all drug gip'a Take llnll'a Fa ill I h' I'llla for all-ration. REFUSES TO STAND FOR "REMOVAL" OF LEWIS .Brief but Pointed Resolution i Commends City Attorney and Repudiates Mayor's Ac tion. Vote 6 to 2. , MAYOR B0ATRI0HT j MAKES STATEMENT Executive Reviews Course of Events Since He Entered Upon Tumultous Public Ca j reer and Seeks to Justify ! His Conrse t'oinpletely pxonet .iing flly Altor. my John ('. Uewla 1 1 ni any Maine fur Ina trip to Hunt i I'c, tha rounc.l laat night Hdiiilnlatet d a allngmg re hukn In .Mayor lioaliiiilii fur hi "re moval" of Mr. Ix-k!.- iroin olllcc, nnd Ihtlly r i sunned the uinyur'a in lion Mr l.ewla waa commended fur lh trip that Mr. IluatiUlit aoucht I make the haala for loicing him out of otltce. The Pouio il n act haa the effect of continuing Mr. In ula na the lly'a legal adviser. The mayor, 111 a atuiemetit to the i ouncil admitted thai he doubled Ilia iKht tu remove Mr Lew it. The mavor'a alaii incut mi the I, I'M ia nifte waa u liciu iii , rchearalii; pretty much evei yt lung, from Ihe ciimpiiign in the tin--. .11 Ihe pnll-e ntnt inn a week ago. mIiicIi led up tu Ihe lemnvnl." The rcoluiion that lepudiated thp RiHiiitu action and commended the titv atturney Khort. pinup and to Hi,, point. h came with an eflfei ( tli.it aiiKgeatPil 1 ahort. ntralght-iirm knockout In iiiip wer In a H Ild awing The renoluilun w.m iinruiluced liv I'oiiticilmiiii tieorae t". Si hecr and a"c nnded hy Couni lliium skinner. It Haa pMHfed w ithout ih n.ite hv a t ote of 6 to ! Thia la tin- ucolutloll: T'k t'ouiuil lp-aii(on. "Iteaolved. hy the cily council 01 file rlly ol AlhuiUtr.iu'. thai Ihe ci: altmney, John (.'. I.cuIh. la hereii., fully ekuiierated from all hlame or 11 inure In lonncition ith lh vhargea of nhaentlnu hiinneir from the lty of AlhuiUer'Ue and lhat the cl'.v council herehy de( ic iimt ihe ac- li"ii of Mayor l. II lloatnght in nt-) ii mining in vacate Hie otllcp or cjlv attorney, la repudinied hy the city council, and the 10 linn of ihe cilv atloiney, In hla 1 'Tt In renture la aril order In the . nv of AHiiiitieri'ie, ih herehy eomnic oli d " t'lly Attorney I. win waa In hla aeit at the right of 1 lie mayoral pl.iitoit.i When the mcetiin; opened. Karly In the aeaaion he i"e and called cuuu cll a attention In the fact thai hp hai received a null,.- nf "removal" from Ihe mayor, ami Informed the city falhera that Uuie waa ol:ly one way lu remove an appointive otic c iindci Ihe atale Iua, ami that was Py art ol Cuum II. The Mayor p(teiin'iil. Tin- maj or dn a hia nulk ai.i'" meiit Ironi hla p" ket and p.non-il it to '! 1 a Tlioni.iH llighea lu he reel Thi la Ihe at.ite nent: "I lake thia o. aalnn lu adwv you of my action on April 1. tin l.ir.iu Ihe r;lltinil from olllcc of John IV lwla, aa illy attorney of the city m A lltiiiijcriiii', pni.-iianl tu a.-ction Mia of ihe ordinance of a. ml city. hl"ii f-rnv idea na foll'-wi: " 'The mayor m iy In hia lln retlo:i grant temporal, leave of aluonce y nny officer upon nud can.- allow n. and no Hi' h ct'i er ahull leave 1:1,' city for any ran-, without pin h leave 01 ahaence froni the mayor, under penalty of foifciinr of hia olllce.' "I'nder ordiiiny clr uniat mcea I would nut i iiiiM i. r mere lemporay ahaence of 11 clt "locer frnni Ihe cirv wllhuul my penuoiaion aa worthy ol r ay attention, in.; the 1 In uiiit.iii"er surrounding thi" iae made it an II, ij. la it thai I coiil i 1 nt oveilook il unh tml aacrlili tug n y aelf-reniie. t and I hi' , reapei't iluc I'V aiiliordinate nift ier of Ihp ll In the poult in,, :i which the 1 pi' 1 f AlhurtierUe have aeen fit In 1 lei I i"' "The reaaiin lilrh Induced me tu Mft Dm U- IliVII HI IIWt.MA ta Mother's Friend "f am not tiiT'iaed to ohaerva tha tiumher ef nu-n wlut eoma Intn tha at"ra lo purehaa M ali.rf Friend.' " remarked leading rtnuraml. The eapectaiit mother If aha itun't liaard nf thia apt' "did inhrmwllon la probably not renh ig the paprra tu much eitant. And If " duea It la a happy thought to aml hul.tir lo tha drug atora. "Mutlier'a rrl.n l l applnal eatarually over tha ahiliunin.il muaelea. It la a gentle, aoothltig lulirfeant. pane tratea to the Ih" network uf nerve fcenpath the akin aiut haa a mrk4 tvndonee lo reli?v tha muaeular attain In which I he p hnatd, hat abdominal muadi-a im auli.l" ted. Tha ennla. t-n-ilona and ligann ni ara thua permitted tu at retch without ih curreapniiding aurfae atraln au ofleii imIvp. during Ihe p-rin-l lf rtiwN'lalliai Atct particularly tu ying tiuitlii'ia la thl fetnpduU apiilicul ion uf Ineatlmalila value pine In thua keeping Ihe nuw'li-a flmi I ul pliant It eiiiii-e them tu gu thi-uiiu'i Ihe ordeal without lai'eratloa uf Hid ! 'teraila ef'iai tlie caet wlo-ii itn ku"'- a -uii"a Ii n-ji-.it. "Mulhvr'a Friend" la highly re'iim mended by a ball Of Women. Writ Itraiin-ld tiViila:.ir IV... to I amir Hia . I Atlanta, tia., and w will aeud yuu a !' COUNCIL 1 lake thia ai lion are briefly reported tt you a follow: "Whin the lirl meeting of lh' cinini il wa hi id a iiiiapiiieiit in rnv eleiiiun, I had nut aerioualy cunald 1 red any pi reon aa aueeeaaor to the pteaini city attorney, liuring th" prngte of that meeting, a riuvat nn atne aa In the right of the mayor lo ciiai hia voip upon Ihe iiueallon of con firming nmnlnn Hone when the mini il waa eipialty divided. Nut un un im tu my puwer or duty under the law. I aithmilted that qtieatiiin in I ho cl' uttoiney in giiod faith, and h.i ml vlmd hy him pualtlvely thai I h id n i auch right. Tin advice uemg ihil lenged hy other peiaona pteacnl. I nl'i nut wlah In allow diareape'l tu lhat officer or the council hy acting con. Iraiy n hla advice, without opportun ity fur further Investigation, .md i Icok Ihe matter under riuiaiderat Ion. Alter Ihe clone uf the meeting 111 ul. tentlon waa called in aertiori : I '. 0 nl Ihe compiled law of New Meiica, which pruv Idea: " 'Tim curpnrnle authority of rpi-a urgiinliied under Ihia ml ahull he vest ed in 11 lll iyor and a hoard of alder men, to be denominated the lily mill' ell.' "And In aeclinn 2tA of Ihe mini' law, ii Ig provided: " 'TIip mayor ahall bp Ihe prealdin (1 Hirer and ahull vole when there I a tie Vole, hill Hot olherwlae. He ahull. In addition in ihn dulle now devolving upon him hy law, have full power to nominate n'.i appointive o' llcpra, and if the peraon an nominated ahull receive a majority ,,f the vol of Ihe city mum 11. then they 1I11.I hold their ufllcea fur Ihe term fur whh h they were appointed ' "Theae provision of law would aeem In he entirely clear and not open lo dun lit or diapute. Th'y any that Ihe lty council la hut composed uf Ihe aldermen nlone, hut Ihe mayor la equally a member of the council with Hum. except thai he can only vote In caae of a tie. hut there la no diatlnc Hon or real r Id Ion upon the (pit'idion i:pon which he may vuto when llicro la a tie. "I am advlaed hy aeveral conun' tent lawyer thn( there p no doubt r dlapuie nbnut thia proportion und-r our alatule, and thut wherever th' iltii'alloii haa been ralaed In court under eta til lea u till like I lie mi" above iiuoled. Ihe declaluna have ben'i uniformly tu that effect, and I am I oneil In the painful conclusion Ibit lltti city attorney waa either Ignorant nf Ihe provision of the statute when he gave nie the advice, or elae he de liberately miaeialcd the Iiih. If he did Hot know Ihe provision of th-' Mamie, he should in all falrneaa have Informed me and ihe council that he did not know, and nut advised pnl- tlvely lhat I had no audi right. If he did know that he waa wrongfully ,d vlaing. then further comment la un neceaaary. In either caae. he aaetiiun.l lu give nie positive Incorrect advl 'P na lu the l"w. with the apparent pur. poe of endeavoring In prevent my 1 onllrmilig In oflice Itiv choice hi tigalnal the tlici Incumbent In the olllce of city marahal, who, like him self, waa the appointee of an ad ministration defeated by the penp'c at ihe pulla. "When the meeting of the council nun called by me on the JTIh of April, niter I hud been cum Inc' tf that the udviio of the city attorney, prevloualy given me, wa wrung, and lhat It waa my undnpbicd right to vole on my appointment, I am cred itably Informed that the lily atturney Joined in planning the effort that una iiltctvvaid made to prevent my casting my vote In that meeting the cliy uttorncy, fur the purpoae of preventing in" I mm voting In con firm my hup o, again udviaed that a motion tu adjourn waa ulvva.a In order, when aectlun Hi of the rule of thia council provide In ei plena tetina lhat audi a motion la not In tiler when a vo'e la being taken on .my proportion, und I. aa mayor and preaidliiK officer to tho council, wa then attempting tu cast my vote. The name rule further provide that ihu action of tho mayor In declaring tho nmtloii not in order, waa cnncluHlve unleaa properly appealed from to tha council, uud 110 U' h appeal waa 14 k"n "While Ihia latter prupoailmn la, pit hup, a inlimi oi.e, from Ihe lily 1. Hoi m y a aliinclpolnt, It duea tend In ehiiw Ihe attitudo of the rlty allot ney tuvvarda the ma)'or and quceUon In which he la Interfiled. "KolliiHiiig Ihia meeting, at who 11 the mayor declared hi nominee duly onfiruied aa dy marshal, the env attorney Immediately aim wed himself in Ihe mtiinle uf the paid attorney end ilclcndrr of the former incum bent In the office of cily marshal, and In that attiu.de. and fur llln purpoae of defeating the will of tha mayor and cuumilmen whu voted with him, left the city in the night time uud I hen, In thu nvlk'hburiiig cily. tu which he had gone, made it avvoin atutement lu thu judge of the district court that the mayor waa uaing force and threatening lu uae lone in ousting thu lawful incumbent from u cily oflue and putting In an other. It la well known, tu gome, at IcihI. of ihe membcra uf the council, that the mayor had kukeu no part In the effort tu take iiuaacaaion of thu off.ee, uiher than lu caat liia volu and aigu a 1 lininiaaiun, and Ihe aumu lad waa fully known tu the cly at loiney at the time he made hia attorn latemeui lu the court In tiuu ta I'e. "Tho foregoing clicumataniea have cauacj the mayor tu loae all tuith and conl idcnce in the adv ice of the illy attorney, and a 11 I abaolutely rip?aary lu tho orderly conduct of the city affair that the mayor ahall he continually adviaed and aided by Ihe city attorney, it la Impossible for Hie present niayur piopeiiy tu carry out tha duliee of hi office if lie inu! gu lu one, In the dialnti realed character of vv hoe advice he can n 1 lunger have any confidence. In ihia the mayor haa no peraunal or politi 1 al Inlereat but merely tha welfara r the city at heait; and while tho mere fail of the unauthorised ab seiu e of ih cily attorney may em trivial, Unit facL ronaidering tha pin pose for w hich he waa abaeiu and thut it aa part of an apparent courae of conduit, havig for It ob ject Hie defeat of the mayor In an effort lu curry out the polniea which the people of Albiiqueriiua elected him tu perform, ha feel that ha could mil la honur take any other Old People Need A Bowel Stimulant Tlie lil'al One la a Midi IJiialUe 'Inn 1, Thai wm Keep Hie pwcl l.etilly i1le. Heaphv uld age la ai )oiltc'y depelidiilt upon the lollilillnn ol tic Imwela lhat great cute slnnil.l lie taken lo hit that they act legillnilv. Ihe I. id la that na a Be adv. line Hie atoiiiadi miiKilea become Weak an 1 inactive and tlie liver doc not atnre up Ihe tun ca lhat urc heceaanry t prompt iligesllini. Some help can be obtained hy e.i' Ing eaiv dlgeaied fond and !v plenty i f excrilic. Inn Ihia Inner ia Irksome lu most elderly peuoie. 1 in.- ihltig is lert.iln. thai a alula of cunallpatnni fboulil alwava be avoided, ua 11 1 dangeroua In life and health. Tin lie! plan la tu take a mild lax.itiv aa often aa la deemed neceaaaiy. II . t with Piilal certainly It la auugeale.l that cith.ii till, purgative", phyalca, an 1 1 a and pllla hp avoided, aa lh"t do bill temporary good and are " hnrh aa to be n ahock tu a il'iical' yatem. A mm Ii betti'i' plun und one lh.it ! finnan ml of elderly people are fol lowing ia tu lake 11 geiille laxative Ionic like Mr. Caldwell' Hyrup I'cp in, which act aa 111 ally ilav nalur? aa la puaaible. In fad, Ihe tendency of thia rempily la to alrengihen tho stonimh and bowel muadca ami ir.iln them In act naturally again when medicine of all kind can iiatlnlly he dispensed with. Thia la the opinion of many people of differ ent age, among Ihem Mra. Mary A. I. Uavldaon. of I'nivereiiy Moiin I Hump, Han Franc laco, t'uU Hlnj la 7i und he Inke Ihi orcnalon to added the council of hla act. 'Thp nctlon laken by hip In notify. Ing the city attorney of hla removal waa In accordance with what I un- d 1 aloud to be my right and duly un der the aectlun and Ihe ordinance above quoted. 81m e that time. however, I have been advlaed that there la a iiueallon aa lo the validity of that ordinance, and my con af fluent right 10 act aummarlly In re moving an officer under Ita term. T have neither wih nor Intention Ir. act In nny manner contrary to Ihe prov Isioiia nf the law or to aanm in to exerciae any powera that properly belung In the illy council and I Iherefnre, report lo you my action for audi further prooeedtiiga. If any, a the law may authorlxn or require. "It ia my en meat deelre to carry out the will of the people of the city of Alhiuiurque a expressed at the polla when I wa elected, and thera I no doubt a tu the laauea that were before the people In that election. I can not carry out my pledge If I am hampered by officer entirely out of aymputhy with and who vigorously fought theae principle during and aim. the ejection, anil at . an early dale I will endeavor lu aecure ami nominate u city uttorncy of am mil ox- end ability, in whom both you and I can have confidence, and who will aaalat and ad viae me in redeeming the pledgee made tu the people of an honeat, Imaim'tal'ike, efficient and clean cily. " Respectfully aubinltted, iKlgnedi "I. H. Uoulrlghl." Councilman Dual made Ihe only comment ,,n the atnieiiient. The only excuse advance,) for removing Mr. Lewis he paid, weined lo be hla trip In Hnntu Fe. There were no charge ugalnat Mr. Lewi and he could acu no lea bo n for diaiiiulifynig I lie pr-a-ent city attorney. Counrllmcn ll.immi ml and Uibaoii. who aupporied the mayor in hia at Y I State National Bank f y y y y y V y y y y y y y y y y y y y t y y y y y y y y y y y y y y Of AlhlliilKTipir, OrgnulMNl ,rll I MTF.II hT.Tl;H We opened Ihia bank, conlldent lu ihe Pell, f that I e - 1, e w oiild bring g I li'iaitn Our cupi diitpins have been Inure thin realized. To all our l Uhtoiiiei and fi lends we . Hen, I greeting imj respectfully Bulii it their 1 unturned g I w tl and ai rnnagr.. Those, who are not i.ar cuhiuiucib arr mvped tu gne trial. !-o. IHI'OOliN 31 1 (HI u j 21'l..'.'l HI H 8 ::.. lu .1.1; .3.1: m .I74.S 4 t . . 4 I .1 1 1 .'i.J'in. -9 i ; 1 i mi n 1 i'l.i'i "I ti.ll.k.-.S . .'., 7.'.VM m, .-a. j Illi.NHJ .U , ;n 4;,. I ; ;'7.o7i.ii'.' i. is 1 m:, ,',.i .-.,.; :i i, .-.:.; 4.1 W tall alletition In the grovitli of our loan and iti poail a shuan abuvr, which nr tha Humes as shown i, our bunks at the cluae of business oil Apnl Iktli, each year amce the bunk opened fur buaiuoas. WHV MI(V A. I'. HWIHXIN iitul bp. a usp of her aedrntary hibi.g h.id cont iliiiel howel troulile. I'ioin tile day she bcg.ui Inking llr. Cud well a Sirup Pep-In alle ha had Co further Im .civ 1 no 11, e mid natui.iilv she I glad lo ay kind thing of thia retried' . A buttle ran be potight al nn. drugglt al fiftv i i ni or one doll ir I'eople iihiiiiIIv buy Ihp llfly real i-a first, and then, having connncen IhPmaelvea of II merit. Ihey buy Hip dollar ante which la more ecunmnP a I. Kraulta are alaava guaranteed or money will hp refunded Kldeilv peraon of hoth aexe ran follow I hi iiggeatlona with every aurancp ni (uud reaulla. Famillc wishing to try a free earn, pie bottle can obtain II poalpaid .' addressing r. V. II Caldwell. Ill Washington St , .Monti, cllo, III A poalal caul with your name and nj drea on It will do. tempt 10 carry through hla plan In Jam ( (corgi. . Thoinna Into office a city marshal at the meeting a week ago, were the only member who voted against ihe reaolullon. Conn cllmen 8. heer. Coi n. Skinner. (Iruna fPld. Ollhrrt and Hiiat voted for II The council ..hn,l,..w u . . to Ita limit with apectatora, but not the allghteat demonatratlon one way or another folluwpd Ihe pnaaage of tho resolution. BIGGEST LAND SALE . OF RECENT YEARS IS CLOSED AT LAS CRUCES I .a a Cruce. N. .VI , May One of the largest land s.ilea made In recent year in Ihe Meallla valley waa cliMC'd Saturday Hhen W. ,. Huxer sold the Lucern trad near Rlinnii, contalniuv l0 aire, lu a ayndale nf Lna Ciu cea. Kl I'aan and Hunt a Fe men for 1 7 j. (inu The purehiiBera prefer to remain nai.'.eleaa imill a later time. The First Stale bunk la trustee for thn organisation ami hold the deed aub. Ject i the m ga n laat ton of Ihe laud deulera. The tract waa purchased ne week agn by Mr. Hager from Ihe Lu cern palate. Thia la one of the lineal pleeea of laid In thia county and Ihe laat Very large Und on Ihe market. The trail will be cut Into live. acre Uud end eold liiiprovetnrnta will probably be made upon It. It run nearly up In and within a mile of Clncon uud iiinke a atrip three mile long hy iwu miles wide. Ittncon is tu be congratulated on Ihia good for tune, aa five-iu re owner ure likely lo be pretty thick Hu re and Klncuii can nut but profit yli II. Mr. Iliiaer la fortunate 111 this deal, -ia he li-un ! up a neat pi .fit upon 11. nnd of i onise Will, II ao often before, lie III Ihn market for more Iioii.i Ami county land. The HERALD Want Ads get l the best results. f V Mexico, IMlh, IVill. ItFltlSITORY y y V f y y V f II t y V : f y y y y y y y y y WitU LUi at la wl'VvUiHi tavlUwa. tout Uiu loa oip U tiixt vlvuttii.