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TIIE EVENING JIEHALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N M.. MONDAY, MAY 18. 1014.
nu i E. Maharam's GREAT SALE Don't Miss It I New Spring and Sum mer goodi for men, wo men ; nd children at t great savings. i Shoe Specials For Men, Women and Children Not odds or ends or old styles. Everything of the newest and latest in foot wear for spring and sum mer, including Mary I Jane, with fancy buckles, at $1.95 Men's Oxfords and Shoes in gun metal, Fat ent and Russian calf at $2.50 Men's spring suits in the leading colors and fabrics, including black and blue all wool serge, the well known David Mark's make at $11.95 E. Maharam t 516-518 West Central Ave LOOKING FOR AUTO STOLEN IN FLAGSTAFF Northern Arlxona officers have sent out notices to i.rtti r r: nil along thv Huiiim Ke In New Mexico in It on the lokoui fur lm e en-passenger Kiudehskcr touring cur. stolen 'rmn thi' street in front of the State Nor mal m hool In KlngFtaff a week ago Mini of which tin trace hit been fotinil. The mr was thoroughly 'iuii-i-f Iih'I fifteen gallon of gasn line in the lank nml earned imi extra i lino. It is the properly of J. W. Kraucls of Kliisaliiff mid waa driven tu the Si, Hi- Nor inn I school hv hlH wife to allend mi entertainment. The lar h taken while ihr enleilaln inent waa in inoKrinK. The executive i nmmiltee nml ape rlii I bylaws committee of Ihr Young 1'enple'a Christian union, will m-el at Ihe home of Miss VIoIh Hklnncr, Sim Pouth Artm street, on Tuesday evening. Members ale requested to In- on time ironiitlv at S " lock. there In nun h business to : transuct nl. Hy order of the president. How to Save Your Eyes Try this Free Frescription. fio your ryea give you trouble? Do you alwaa wear ryeilaaaea or apec India? Thouaanda of people weir theae "window a' who might eaally diapenaa with them. You may be ono of theae, and It la your duty to aav your eea Ufoie It la too late. The ryea are m-glected more than any other organ In the entire body. Al ter you flnlah your day' work you It down and real your muaclea, but how about your ryea? !o ou real them? You know you do not. Yd I read or do aomethlng rlae that keepe your ryea buay; you work your eye until you go to bed. That la why ao many have at rained eyea and finally other eye trouble that threaten par tial or total hllmliM'M. ICyeglaaaea are merely cruuhea; they neter euro. Title free preecrlptlon, which haa ben efited the eyea of ao many, may wora iiml wondei j for you. I'ae it a (hurt time. Would you like your rye trou bles to diaupprar aa If by magic? Try this prea rlptlon. Co to rtuppe's Drug tore or the neureat wideawake drug tore and get a bottle of optona tab Mb; fill two-ounce bottle with warm water, drop In one tablet and allow It lo thoroughly dlaaolvr. With thlal liquid bathe Ihe ryrs two tu foirl times dally. Juat not bow quickly jhel Inrlammation will diaappear. toiv' I 4e afraid tu uao it: It Is abaolulely harmless. Many who are now blind night have saved their eyea had they larled to rare for the mln tlmt. This la a almple trealment, but mar veloualy effective In multitudes of rears. Now that you hate been warned don't delay, but do what you ran to save your eyes and you are likely to thank us aa long as you live for publishing this prracrlpllon. ALBUQUERQUE GIRL BADLY HURT AGClDEriT AT SAHTA FE Miss Jane Walsh Seriously Cut and Bruised When Ficnic Car Turns Over Near the In dian School. LOCAL MEN HAVE CLOSE SHAVE ON HILL Driver of Lozier Car Looks Down Hundred Foot Drop With Aversion; Arizona Motor Thief Captured. Automobiles figured largely ln ' week-end local news. A woman was hndly injured. twu men had n narrow eacnpe from death, a tar waa dam aged In collision, and a stolen car whs recovered hy the police. A Los-let cur. driven ly 1'. CI. Van Coll. aiileainaii lor the Haines Auto, mobile company, Imperilled four Uvea lute Sul unlay afternoon when It went partly mrr the edge of Ihe road on lai It.ijudn hill. Mr. Van Colt with John K. Zimmerman on the sent he. aide him, and two piiaaetigers In the rear. wai on hla way from Hunt. Ke to thla city. Mr. Van Colt via a backing the car slowly on the hill when the emer gency brakes slipped, and the mr ulii r I cl off the hill. The front wheel lipped off the. edge, and Mr. Van "oil and Mr. Zimmerman found themsci.es Blaring down a aheer drop of 100 feet. Another move of the car ii nil the whole f.arty would have lieen plunged to the bottom. The passengers In the rear Jumped out. Mr. Van Cult crawled cautiously, from under the ricerlna wheel. He waa fearful that a single Jar would send the car toppling down He not out over lhe hack aeat. and helped Zimmerman out. Then he went hack, to ttunla F and telephoned to thla city. Walter Weinman, of the Halnesl company, and Frank eV-nttl reapond-J ed to the tall, and pulled the car hack to the road. The auto waa not dam- j aged, and the party returned here yea-1 Icrday afternoon. Mlaa June Vnlh. daughter of Mr and Mrs. l.uke Walah of 7 North Hecond atreet. one of the twenty-five members f the choir of the Church of the Immaculate Conception on a picnic trip to Santa !. waa aeverelv Injured yiaterduy forenoon, when lh ' rHr In which h waa riding turned mi r near the capllBl -lly tMher- cupanla of Out car escaped with hruiaca. ' Miaa Walah'a lip waa ao eerely tut that It required Ave ailtchea to clime he wound, und abe auffered i on aidrraldy from ahock. fhe wn ff.ken to ihe penitentiary, where her uncle. II. K. Kpeara. la aaalatant auperlntend- enl. Mr. Walah went to mmta re ima no rniim Telephone udvlrea from Hanta Fe late thla afternoon atato that wniia Mlaa Walah la painfully hurt there is liolhlug in her condition to catiae fear of aerloua or permanent Injury. t HIM" M. MII IWIIH Clt MDMA IN IMIIC.I.AH. Altl.OX X In a telegram unnoum inn that If would come hero for the prlaonera. rihcrllT llarrj C. Wheeler, of Cuchiae count. Am., gave Chief Thomas Mc. Milhn tiMlHy credit for a ilever piece of police work In rrcovrrlnK a Studo I akcr aulomoiiile stolen from Douglas and arrcaling the three men Impli cated in the theft. The iar w. lecoverrd near Kaia vraterday. The prlaonera are W. CI. Deny. Clarence Kngliah and Tom M Monlual The polo e have been on the look out for Ihe car since last Monday. Cat unlay Englixh came hero and went lo Itullei a garage to arraniie for the hauling or Ihe el- ylinder Htude Imker, which waa stalled 'n ,-n arrojri near hula. Mr. Hullrr's suspicion weie arouaed. and he reported the matter to Chief McMlllIn Saturday night. The t hief auapet'U-d at on' e that Ihe eulled car. was the tclen Htudfhaker. It la dittiiull to make Ihe trip to Haia at night, and aa therv waa practically no chance of th) party a taiape. the chief waited until ealerday morning .irfore a.tln. When Ihe chief and Mr. Ilutlrr. In the la He i a ateamrr. reai hed thr alranded car they found l(erry there He was promptly placed under arrrat. A watchman at a nearby quarry told Ihr chief that Derry's two compan ions had started walking toward linker. With the three prlaonera. and the Fiudebaker In tow. the chief returned to thla city last evening. The trio cama here from Kl I'aao. Derry admitted running oft with lhe car, which belongs to a DouKlaa auio llteryman named Mtrw-arl. from Douglas on May II. Kngllah and Mc (lotiiaal were with him. Kngllah Mia he waa tlpay when the "Joy ride' larled. and supposes the others wete Ian Thrrr la a rewsrd of HM for re entering the stolen car. which la a brand new model valued at t'i.OnO. Apart from lerry'a i-onfeaaion. there la no queatlon of the Identity of the car because rvery Identification mark and number waa given In the tracer card received by I'h'ef McMlllIn last Monday from Chief Havla of Kl faso. Thr car was t rated to kl I'aao from Douglass. UK.MiKU, VUK MIXK.H with Tiui.i.r:v cn Drlvlns- east 00 Central aenue yes terday -afiei noon. Frank Wendell ran hla aulomuhile Into a northbound trolley car at Second street. One of the automobile's front wheels whs smashed and the front atrps wrr ripped off thr car. (mer Miller, on duly al the cross lug, saw that a colllslou was luiiiiluc.'ii a Wendell's car approached anil sle;. nulled hi in In top. The Ignul ml unheeded, and Miller via forced Jump out of the way In a hurry tn avoid being rnuuht between auto anil trolley cur. The automobile nnt going faat. and althoiiKh Wendell kepi hla scat ho wa not injured when the vchlclea riimn together. DOHTFORGETTO GO TO THE POLLS T Election Will Determine the Establishment of a County High School in Bernalillo County; Big Vote Asked for. Are you for educational pro- grcas in Albuquerque and Hern- ullllo county? if course you are. Are you lor a lietter, bigger Albuquerque high school? i if cumse. you are. Then do not forget to go to the polla In your voting; "Heir let tomorrow and cam your ballot for the Hcrnnlillo county high achool. The election a tumor- row, not next week. Vote early. The polla oxn at I o'clock and i'lwe at t o'clock. Voting; place-, In Albuquerque are na follow: I'reclnct No. II Alliiiiiieriie, (election district No. I) at po- lice alutlon, 211 North Second atreet. All)Uilieriii(. (cirri Ion diatrlct No. Zi at office of A. W. Ilayilen. 412 Weal Copper u venue. I'reclnct No 2 Albiiiuerfun, 4 (elecllon diatrlct No. 1 1 at the atoterooin at 113 Weat l.cud ave- ntie ' 4 AlliuiiierU-. (election diatrlct No. 2 at H. II. Itunbur'a office. The IU UIIiik llnea of the elrc- lion dlatrl. la ute the an in,, aa Ihe city wurda. Vote In your ward. mm mill uuii GETTING General Outline of Program 1 Completed at Meeting Here Yesterday; Special Atten tion to School Exhibit. Ai a meeting ot the slate lair com miration held cater Jay In the morn ing at the Alvarado hotel, Ihe gen eral outline for the f nr week pro gram was completed and upproved and the roniminFlonci went at anni'; length I ii If. the detail wdn of prepar atiun for Ihe stale fair the .lixl weea In ti. tidier There were prcai'nt Clialrnian l(.il h C. l:ly of Deming. CoininiaMoner H lieurli h of Cbn U. C'oiiiini! dinner Simon Stci i of Ainu querqiie and Manaver Thoinaa IMnk rrt. Mr Hlnkrrt siilimitted a Ioik liat of nttrariiona which are negotiat ing with the rommlaaion for appcar nni f here during the six ilaya and aev rral of thei.e were determined on ten tatively. If tho.e i Iiohcii are llnallv PHMMiccmn IlilldUIUII READY 0 aei ured Ihe ammo-nieiM piogram lnr',l""l"y this year's lair will he the very heat In Ita IiihIoi). The financing of .Mini, querqiie a end of the annual fair, lie provided hy the stale la, waa con sidered at aome length and will be taken up at once. Spe l.i I attention is o be paid to h, school i xhilul Ibla year, w inch pro'i alily will he In charge of Huperin temlent John Mi!n of the Aliiuqiim que i lly a hool. Thv fair thla . also will be for Ihe til at 1 11114. thor oughly lepreM nlMlUe of the agricul tural and live Block tiidtistrice. Til" rapid growth of ihr dairy Indualiy and Ihe Intercut In better bleeding will bu brought out Hlroii,ily In the fair oUiiliitu and Ihe eitnt will for the Aral time thoroughl) fultlll Ms purpoe aa a renurce espoaitlon. Meetings of the commiaaion are to be held frequently from thla time mi. probably In varloua towns throughout the slain. It being Ihe purpose of Ihe rommlaaion to Intereat all avclm.i Hi the practical working, of the fair .1 It has to do with general development of the stale. The next meeting proti slily will he held In Demlng. Commissioners Kly and fclieurb n left lor their homes lai-i night. "I" FOR ACHING, SORE, TIRED FEET "oorl bye sors feet, burning test, swol len fort, sweat left, smelling leei, tired fust tiuod bye ourus, rallouars, bunions an, raw ots. No mora hoe titfht asse, ao more limp ins; with pain or drawing up your face in a g o a y , "11 Z" Is raatfioal, eta right off. "T1Z draws out all the poisonous exudation which (utT up the feet, tea -TIZ" aaJ lor- Fet year foot misery. Ah! how comfortable your fret feel. Uet a ti erat box of "Tltf" toe at any drtirgist or department sbire. Don't suffer. Have pool fret, glaj fe.t, feet that aever (well, aevrr hurt, areer get tired. A year ft eooifort guarsateed or sAObey rrfuaileil. 05.00 Special Thla weak only we offer you your choice of aeveral hat valued at from in to 14 Ml (our al.mdaid of prlceai at 15. Thla would mean it to 111 rlarw here. Stylish Millinery V, u t V. a 1 1 1 1 1. 1 1 ... 1 1, Inpf ahupea make up or you Individually. In the moat lie rnmlti way. anil on account of low rent and other ripenaea at Reasonable Prices In fact, inn regular prp ea are aa low or lower than an called bargain priiea elaewhere. Inveallgate and proie that thla la ao. Williams Millinery Parlors 205 E. Central Department Report Shows Value of Silage as Washington, main rellanca many aeclluna May Is HihiRC la the of dairy farmnia Aa for cow feed, since It has been found to lie particularly well adapted sa feed In this connection. Is the statement In Farmers lluMotln .',7. I'nited Unites department of ag rli ulturr. While ailnge la an excel lent feed tor dally stock, It should vomolned with aome other legum Inoua feed, such as tlovrr, row pea", or allnlfa, owing to Ita Inauftklent productive quality The tegumlnoua material will tend to correct the deficiencies of thr sil age In dry matter, prolein, and min eral constituents. A ration of silage and. auy, alfalfa bay alone. Is satl fatlory. however, only for cows whlrn srr dry or giving only a small amount ot milk and for heifers and bulla Cows In full milk re;"ie some con reniralud fesd in addition to hay snd silage, aa they can not consume enough of there feda to keep up a large flow of inllk and maintain body weight. The amount of silage to feed a cow will depend upon the capacity of the animal to consume feed. She should l.r fed as much aa she will clean up without waste when -onaumed along. m'IIK Hatr h.v And arum. ftlaA or low- er the amount until Ihe proper quan tity la ascertained, generally apes a Ing, a Rood row ahould be fed Juat short of Ihe limit of hrr appetite. It rhe refuses ally of her feed J ."hpultl be reduced at omr. The small breeds will eat S3 or In pounds per day; the large breeds 40 or more; anil the medltim-aUed ones amounts vuryl M between. Ironclad directions for feeding cow ran not be given. In general, how ever, they should be supplied with all the roughage ihey will cloan up with Train In proportion to butterfat pro duced. The hay will ordinarily range between five and twelve pounds per day when fed in connection with s:l nge. for llolsteins one pound of con tentratea for each lour pounds of milk produced will prove about right. Kor Jerseys one pound for each three pounds of loilk or less will come near er meeting the. requirements. The train for oilier breeds will vary be tween thine two according to Ihe of in 1 1 41 produced A good rule Is lo feed seven times as 111 11 It (train as there Is butierfai piodur.-.l The following rations will be found good: Kor a 1.3"" pound row lelding 4" pounds of milk testing 3 1 per ceiil: I'otinda HHage 4a (burr, rowpfit, or alfalfa bay... I" drain mlsturc I" Kor Ihe aaine cow yielding 20 pounds of 3 .'. per cent milk. f.tunda Rllage 4(1 Clover, row pea, or alfalfa hay.... ." drain muliir, & For a " pound cow ieldlng 30 pounds of i per cent milk. pounds. Sltag, ' Clover, cow pei. or alfalfa hay.... 10 U'ltltuwiaju' i-iorr jiri-fVrLroiro-Mi r - ii - Lw - TRANSACTIONS IN REAL ESTATE MADE DURING THE WEEK Following la a list of warranty deed recorded with County Clerk A. K. Walker durlnn the week: Mrs. Mar.. White to A. J. Johnson, lot I and t. bU. 7, Luna place; II. Nicholas T Arm I Jo tu Alfred J. Johnson, fr I l it and ltd '-1. blk. 27, P. Arntij" Briai., addition: II. (lavlna Oar ia t Mattma J (larcia, lota I and I lk. "K," Eastern sddl lion, II. Ituth C. K"l,a to Iiuls M Kuhn rt si. Iota II and J, pvrea addition: II. Manuel lia a et al to .Vatividad llaca et al. pic of land precinct 11. II id. Ruth C. Kuhn to t-oula M. Kuhn -I al, lots It and 3. blk. 40. I'crea uddi lion; 11. Manuel 4 rt al to Natnldad llaca rt al. piece of land precinct 13, Old Albuquerque: II AugUBllne iJnego and wife to Charles tJrattde, piece of land preclni't of Orlrgos snd Candolarma; 110. Andrea uuitsrres and wife to Chsrlcs Ora't'ir. piece of land prn ln-t No. I II. P. M. Mcfaiiunt and wife to Jen nie llod. north ii fret lots :'J snd I't, blk. IK. oi'.ginal townaite: II. Mrs. W. C iiaxeldine to K H !"" bar. lots Id. IT and II. blk. W." At lantic and Pacific addition: I J 7 1. I. T. Iei k and w il to Maggie A. Taylor, south IS feel t liu hea. lots J :u. :3t. :.r. a id :. tik. i, i. Ar- ; mi 1.1 llroa addition; II. Psblo Chaves de fadilla to Koaen Vtalv Bros., east half nortbwt i)ur- k ', I kpr n a Ih I I. . . ... I a Feed for Dairy Cattlei drain mixture II For the same row yielding t- pounds of & per cent milk; I I'ounda Silage ) Clover, cow pea. or alfalfa hay.... X Grain mixture .' 5 A good grain mixture tu lie used in a ration which Includes silage snd 1 some sort of leguminous hay Is com- posed of: Parta. Corn Chop Wheat bran Llnaerd-oll 4 meal or cottonacrd meal 1 In rase the hay used la not thla kind some of thv corn chop may be replaced by linseei or collonaeed meal. In many Instances brewer" dried grains or crushed nets may n profitably aubstituted for the bran, and oftentimea gluten products ran be used tn advantage in ulure of bran or oil meals. The time to feed silage Is directly! after milking or at least aeveral hours. oe 1 ore mllalng. If fed Immediately before milking the ailage odors may pass through the rows body Into the ;i milk. Besides, the milk msy recelv some taints directly from the stable air. On the other hand. If feeding la done auhseqtirnt to milking, the ola- tile ailnge odors w ill have been throw n oft before the next milking, hour. Sil age Is ustmlly fed twice a day. Calves may he fed silage aa soon aa they are old enough to eat It. It is' Vrrhaps,.of . gruater. Iraperlanie- th.it th silage lie free from mold or decay when given to calves than when given , 1 tn mature stotk. They may be given nil 1 off 111.se lory vin mi ui it.'i at all times. Yearling calves will con-! suine about one-half us much as nia-l lure stock; that Is. from 13 to Jl more pounds a day. When supple-; minted with rome good leguminous hay, little. If any, grsin will be rc- quired 10 step l lie cuncs III a luruiy, grow ing condition. One of the moat trying aeaaona of the year for the dairy cow la the lat ter part of aurnmer and c-ll l fall. At thla seaaoti the piiaturea are often abort or dried up, and In ato h cuaes It la a common mlatake of dairymen to let their cows drop off in flow of milk through lack of feed. Later Ihev find II ImpocKlhle to reatore Ihe milk flow, no matter how the com a are fed. i.ood dairy practice demands thai the milk llow be maintained al a high level nil the time Iriim parturi tion to drying off. Ii o cornea nei ea aury, therefore, to supply some feed to take the piaic of the gr.taa. The eaaieat way to do this la by means of 1 1 1, 1 go Silage la crrap-.-r and decided ly more convenient to use than soll - lug crops. The amounts to feed will depend upon the condlton of the paaluiea, xsrytng all the way from 10 pounds to a full winter feed of 4u pounds. It ahould be remembered in thla con nection that ailage contain, a low percentage, of protein, ao that the greater Ihe amount of silage led the greater must be thr amount of protein In the supplementary feeds lo prop el ly balance the ration. wriiWM - M.. - " J . ter. sertlo,, JO and we,i half, north- west quarter section U. townsile I north, rang. 7 west; tll'.n.iiu Antonio Anaya and wife to Trinidad Martin, piece of land In precinct 12: II. Veneranda Hrdlllo de Apodaca lo Jai oli riamora, piece of land in Ker nallllo county; 1 100. Jose P. Trujillo rt al to Juan Al guin, piece of laad in plasa of Hit- elas; II. COUNCIL EXFECTED TO OVERRIDE VETO TONIGHT. ' ' made an automobile trip of 17,0uu Indications are that rouncll to-'nillee for the National HiKhwaa ua nlght will pass the Lewis resolution so iatlon leaving New Vork at llio over Msor Hoatright's veto, till beginning of June, driving lo ratti memliers voted for the resolution rruncisco. and coverlna practically all originally and that number is aulll-j the rouiwa In Ihe far weal projNiwd clent to nullify Ihe mayoral action, by th sama latum as parts of lis It la tindcralood that Ihe majority da- system or tu.iiuu miles of National ire to override Ihe veto. '.highwaye. Ilia trip ended In Texas The special committee appointed late tn peieinl.er. to examine the minutes of Ihe April 1 Thlll )(wr Mr Weltllrj ,K nd April meetings Is epe led up , wirk Tm Bh(.re ht f , iu report. 1 nose miiiuies nave oeur - ing on tne claim 01 weorge 11. 1 nom aa lo the office of city marshal under appointment by Ihe mayor, and May or IJoatrlfchl la said to have had Ihe record of the latter aessloi, at leat. "corrected" to conform j wliai he holds Is Ihe correct version of the proceedings. Do you Ward live in the Third I'uiMia t, Ited Bern. Ill W. Copper fur Urst-clsse hacks and carriage. W. U Triinbla ft Co. t V ? ? Y V y v y y y y Y y Y Y Y t Y Y Y Y Y c rara About one hundred pieces of 27 and 45 inch Embroidery, regular price 75c to $1.00 per yard, on sale Monday and Tuesday while it lasts t Y Y 33c 1 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y FOR SEE WINDOW f Y 'Y Y y t x THE, MODEL DRY GOODS CO. A. D. CAMPBELL, Manager. CORNER FOURTH and CENTRAL. eeeeeeee4ee WESTCMD STARTS 0(1 18,000 MILE pgrnOUl Fioneer of National Highways Association to Spend Some Time in New Mexico This Summer. Washington. I. C. May lit. In llio interest of national highways mil good roads every w here. A. I.. Wcat gurd, vice president and director of TlaiiMcoulinental highways of thn National Highways association, lelt New iiileana. May l'Jth. on an IX.Oon. mile aulomoiiile lilp through tho sotiihweat and middle west. Ml Weatgard has done more than any oilier man to make interatata louring possible. Ilia work during the last K n years as 11 pathfinder hag m. idi him fatuous from one end of thq country to ihe other. lie baa crossed the continent III an automobile n.oe tunes from caM to west, and fi.u limes from north tu south, always a'rivlog to find the heM routes be- ( tweiui cil...'S. Altoguther. driven a'l ul a quarter of he has u million miles. I W hen In the Held Mr. Weatgard al ways has his note book before hlln. Ills note, contain a great variety of Information compass directions, fig urea of altitude and mileage, topogru. phy. the proximity of road building mule tin la climatic and soil rouditlons, the nature of crops and vegetation, , and the good loada sentiment of the 'communities through which lie passes. Hin.e ISKI I hla Tu .01 Ol Ii Cent ore i,ani., lu, hl(, .rn t.hu.ny )H.(U. ((,( w(n lrv,.,p, truniKrontliienta 1 ... ,,.,.,.. ... hlM vices a puaa ucroas Ihe mouiains from j near Cloldfleld, Nevada, Into owena vnlley, California, haa been named ,for him. lie organised the Touring J t 'lull of Amcricii snd' was Its first president. j In 111 he surveyed the New Vork to Jm kSonWIlii route for the tUtdden 'tour of that year. Ilia record of I -1 600 miles In ten days over tho bad ',,.7 r- uO of the Houtb Atluntic s.-ula.rd yet to bn benten. latsl year ho ( After aurveying aeveral routes In Tins. New iMilni and Oklahoma, he plana to go norh aa far aa he Can adian border, then weal to Yellow stone park, returning to cuter the principal routes it- the middle west ern stales. Ilia long ride la schedul ed to end in Indianapolis, lJecembvr ltlh. II usee a large aix-cyllnder touring car. Ill addition he will lake light runabout for carrying spare parts snd Imratuie a new deartura lh, " The entire expense of the lop will be borne by lbs National Jiiguws ajaoviauon. mum t Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y v t y Y Y Y Y Y Y t Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Spec PER YD 1 HE MDJLMS MAY E TOUR OF . THE STATE ' Noted Wellfare Worker and Suffrage Advocate Will Be Invited to Speak in Several Cities. June Add. una of Hull House. Chi cago, probably the moid famous wom an In America, bin definitely accept ed the Invitation to sneak at tho mihIo convention of Ihe New Mexico Wom an's HiiftrtiKe league to be held In this cily during I be stale fair in October Her appcarame here will be lhe fit:it step in a siicw'i caiiipaiKii for th" ballot for women and 11 may be fol lowed ! a tour of Ihe Mate by Miss Addaiiia. It Is know ii lh.it ; lie w ill be naked to spe:ik ill l.aa Vegan, Kn ta Ke and Itoxwcll and It Is now hoped by badeia In the u f fras movement that, ahr may be tilde to make 11 tour of the whole slate in the Interest of the vole for women. No definite ii'ply bus been received to Ihe Imitation lo Kei r liiry of hilaie lryun to attend the cmivi ntlnn and it la hardly thought piol ahlo that the effort to sccoie hla pieaein-e will be siiccrsal ul, althoiiKh If is lo be con tinued. Splendid Remedy Fcr Eczeir.3 Alto for Salt Rheum, Acne, Tetter, Psoriasis and Other Skin Troubles, Aftff ulm H. 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