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THE tTRWnia HffllAXP, ALBTT0TTEKQT71, H, It., WIWE8PAY, KAY 5, IMS.
Today's New WATER USERS ASKlSILVER CITY PUNS II FOR AN Tl Seek to Restrain Reclamation Service from Shutting Off Water In Leasburg Dam, Fending Contract Adjust ment. - 'ruree. N. M . May -Application for ,i, Injunction restraining Mi. r. i'i r, i, service oftti In la from iiilnuliin to -in, i off iii. mKf from the majority of the (arm nihIm Ihe l.caat.urg diversion dam wax M thia nfternnnn by M. M. Holl, at luraay fi.r the t.t. i n Huti Water ln unsocial Ion A committee u( Iwu delegates from the Klephunt Until' imiii Istlon will a wni to Washington ill MM to I vNDT with the toclatimtii.il service officials unii department of interior ofllclals regarding lha critics! stfun tln which bus developed In lha valla)-. At tha meeting of thr directors of thr association u Committee com posed of I,. i'lupi, Jantaa H yucscn hcrry nnl CaaMain J. E. It4nburg waa luitiftl ly tha council to select lha nunc bl the two delegates in Wnsh- lllKloll Tin' filing of thla npptli al Ion la eg i" tad to bring tha present dispute between tha Watrr I 'aara' uaaoriatlon ami the reclamation service olflclala l a cllntaji. The wnlar from u ma jority a thr fiirma In the valley tin in oil Saturday iti.iiit upon lha llnul refuaal of the farmers to sign lha com i net prepared l.y tha reels - matli inimlaainn which coniulnatl n , kttPJg i ' in n ma lha water users to aaf '. .ant for tha gas of water Stored nehiiid tha dam Thia and other eliiuaaa In tha contract war i ll , led in mill the iii, i, iii ilia water user refused lo sign . TIRST CONFERENCE OF COUNTY AGENTS ON MAY SEVENTEENTH Mala vil.-ge. H, M., May 5. Thara will lie un iifflclnl ronnty aaeni ion- f. I. lice held lit Mlnte I .liege, N. M . from Muy 17 o it. Washington nl lli U1I1 will lie praaent. imd 11 ia cn I" I' ll that 11II tha county agricultur alists of whiilll there lira now aevan Sew Mesico will lie In ultend- anea. iiri,,n regarding Um work Up to thr pn sent lima will lie given, iiid pinna lor tha future will lie dts cuseed. - rrmrnnrrw attenM-wdru in the Mute will 110 1I011I1I lie promoted ' "iiMileriilily l y one of two Much DM ! feni . a dm inn Ihr yeiir ST OF PERMITS ISSUED DURING THE WEEK JUST ENDED Hit lid in g permits fur the wee's end In today lire Ma follnwa: ; a H. Millar. 3 1 1 Houlh Walter 1 1 1 1 . 1 ap.nr shop. K. K llcnnlug, nil Hnulh Kdllh -11.. 1. aMeruitnii ol porch, two ehlm neya. John Venal, lc r.oi Soitlh Wuller street, complete frnnic houaa. Hi I'. Sun telle. Kalahar nvenur. f.,iir-ro..oi Era ax a oitugc l-'ruuk Hulls, Ml Weal Hold avenue, one-atari urne hotiae. Read the Evening Herald's Want Ads. They get results. THIS WOMAN'S SICKNESS Quickly Yielded To Lydia E Pinkh&m's Vegetable Compound. ton, N..L "I want to thank you limes for tha Wonderful I Lydia E. I 'ink i's Vegetable It oniMiuml haa don lor me. I Buffered (vary much frcm a female, trouble. I had bearing down pains, waa irregular nd at time coukt ardly walk acroaa a room. I waa tunable to do my housework or attend to my baby 1 waa no weak. Lydia E. l'inkham'a Vegetable Compound did me a world of good, and now I am strong and healthy, can do my work and tend my baby. I advise all suffering woman to take It and get well as 1 did. "-Mrs. Fannie Coorka, K.F.O.. Bridgaton, N.J. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vaga table Cora- Cund. made from native roots and rbs, contains no narcotic or harmful drugs, and to-day hnlda the record of being the moat aucceasful remedy for female ilia we know of. and thousands nf voluntary testimonials on Die in tile I'inkham laboratory at Lynn, Mass., aeem to prove thia fact For thirty years it has been the stand ard remedy for female ills, and has re stored the health of thousands of women who have been troubled with such ail ments aa displacements, Inflammation, ulceration, tumors, irregular! tioa, etc. If yon want aperin.1 advim write to Lydia K. sMnkhani Med icine Co., ( conlidnntiul ) Lynn. Muaa. YnurlettArwUI be opened, read and answered liy a woman tuid held lu strict couliUcucn. GOU INJUNCTION n thin, .ami jay an Mexico N ews PERMANENT TO Travelers All Oyer the State Will Be Interested In Ar rangements Being Made for Building New State High way. Tha Hllvar City Independent this week tails of active plans helna formed fur bulldln the new Hllvar Clty-Mot-olliin slate hlahway, authorised by act of lha laal lealalaturr. The road whirh will be of interest to travelera all over southern New Meslro Is to be- built aa aeon aa a route has been drflnltrly determined. The Indeprnd. rnt snys: A commltlaa omnnaad of J. W. I'lnkerlon, W . Cox, F. W. Veils rott, and K. A. Iivne. rapreaantina tha chambar of rummarca returned yaalarday from an Inapeetlon trip made over tha poaslble route lo Moa ollon via in ,' Mountain. They left ik. un thte morning for the lllla via the Mnngaa and returning will care fully inak over lha proposed route via Uraenwood canyon. All lie mambrra of tha committee an- sjltea .tmlliur with the present mad but thla ia lha flrat III sails thay hnve looked over the Bear Mountain r iula from the mad builder's atai.d polnt While all members of lha committee ware relit' lant to speak about the rault of their trip pend ing thrlr full report to the organisa tion which thay repreaant. It Is under. ' ..... i from remarks msdr that the Hear Mountain rute Impresari! them all very lavorably and It will not be I aurprlslng If the route is recom mended. fiwHly lint Permanent. The great drawback to tha Near M1.1111t.1ln rouii i the large Initial 1 oat of wurk upon II and thla Is prac tically its only drawback. Its graaleat ndviiiitaaa la ihr !a i that once con atracird it will be almost self main Uiinlis and 111 the minimum of owl will be a perfectly paaaabla ruad in all klnda of weather. Tha Hear Mountain route aftrr Iravlng the mi -vat draw otwaasa only one arroyo until Bear reek ia rv'iched. It Is n rldga 1. ..1. 1 for the tre :lrr part of the rntlrr dletaaoe, having natural drainage In two directions, and thoar tamKiar with the ridge road aouth of town know what this means. It would xi.c 1 nay access tc either section of ihe tutu and effect a waving in dtr limce to Mogollon of from three to Mta miles. The i roniriL Hear Mounlaln route keaVOS the Silver 'My draw lust above the i',,tinae sanatorium and strikes northwest to thr south end of tho Hear Mounlaln. It aklrta the innun-tni-i on the waal .Ida until It reiiehi the 1. S mesa, n rea whl b li aoea In .1 iii'iii-rly ,,re, lion unill Hear cheek, within a few mllea of the 'lila. la resched. The mad as It leaves the in, 1 iv where 'li" heavy construction work will be required. n the astsa ol Hear Mountain a mlla or two of aide hill work will ha necessary. Taxable I ton, I aaainil Whatever routr is chosen there Is no doubt but 1 hnl work will be 1 om nia unl nlmost immediatrly and the naeat a.n'lnble spent In the way which will give the bast pnaallde re sults. The business men of Mllvler t'lty and Mogollon have Anally got to. gather on the matter and they mean business That there will be n good road to a copimodiile the immense amount or tramV between these two point' is nssured. The f.ui that Hocofro county has I II I to. spend on a road to Mog ollon and ia arranging a bond issue t. i SlStSeS more hna apurred Ihe resldeatS at this end into activity and when they get going there nr always results. GEORGE W.BITZER iem.ar Ml'TCIAI . AMI MAMA, lHSt Ml'TCIAI CAM I RAMAN (I. W. tlltier. the lacwt known of mo Hon picture csaicrs men la i. V UrlrHtira chief of atari at (be Hells hit ntul Majestic t nlloi at Hollywood, oat, Miser tins I ccn nckiiowlcdged hjr fllm aajajaihj lu Iw n inn Her bund at the cnniern. .ia chief ilioiogntilii'r llllier attier vlaes Ihe wor1-. of the foiirltn Hell once. Mm ion ntul Kegels i Miners men. and his atiggaallona lo them lire rieltile In llielr Work. It v. i- itiHtui six jraara ngo that nit aer Was iiaalgned to turn Hie crank foi D. W. Ilrlfllth. At a Utile later dull ilrllHlh reHirlai tit . T in Ids new cam era mini he liml mil" it "find " otno of the fenl urea he Ima photo irrnplied are "The I Inula of lbs Retea. "Home, Hwci-i Home;" "The i... .t. mi. I Ihe HrlllKh niiiaterpliav, imw tha subject of cnniiueni Iii tllin circles, "The lib ib of a Natlou." He waa burn lu Hoatou, Maaa. M0G0N0N BWLaVH Wt 'tataaaaaH V ERNEST FINDS 616 HERDS OF SHEEP NOT TAXED Total of 664,000 Head In Six teen Counties Appear to Have Been Overlooked by Owners and Assessors Last Tear. Hnnta Fa. X. M.. May I. Berretarjr Howali Krneet of the state tag com mission jreaterdsy sent out to aaaea eora of shtteen of tha twent?-erg counties of the state lists of aheap owners, and the number of aheap owned In thiaie counties. Tha lists have been complied from actual rec ords In tha possession nf tha tax com. mission, and are being sent mil to assist Ihe ssaaasora In getting all of the aheap in New Mexico on the tax rolls. lasts of sheep owners snd their flocs In the remaining ten oonntle nf Ihe state have not yet been com piled, but these will be prepared and sent out a little later. The assessors now being supplied with lists are those of flocorro. Torrance. I'nlon, V.ilrnrln. Bernalillo. Chaves, Colfax, Curry, MrKlnley, - Guadalupe, Mora. Quay, nio Arrlha. noosevelt, Hando val and Ran Miguel counllea. In the sixteen counties nametl there are, according lo tha records In the hands of Ihe tag commission, a totai of 1.41s, eat aheep. This ax ceads tha number returned and as sessed In all counties of the state In 1114 by i.'-.t : ; The total number of sheep returned snd assessed last year was l.TTt.4 1. At ! a head, which la the value placed on common sheep by the tax commission, the In tel valuation of tha aheep In Ihe six teen counties listed Is '. -,:.: snd the sheep shown to exist In thse untiea In eaeaaa of the total number returned In 114 have s "value of I J STrStS. HiK-orro county, which Is the ban ner sheep county of New Mexico, la shown b the tax commission's list to have 2K4.;I, and Frank Hubbell. or Albuquerque, with 15.100 head, ia shown to be the largel owner both In Hocorro county and In thr Hinte. Kd M. otero, with head, runka second to Hubbell. mil thr Mniitem dhrep company, with IS, 000 hrad. i ink third. H. . llursuui Is fuiirth. with a total of lO.ooo. (luudaltipe county ia a cloee con tiBtnnt for tlrsl place honors, with be eaeaM of Hocorro. having a total of :h.-,,-,;ii sheep. Tha White Hheep company, of llucha.ian. la the largeat owner In that county, the Hat ahowing 1 1, nun head. Carlos Cssaus. of Kl vlrn. ranks second with 11,491 head The total tr the remaining 14 coun ties, and the principal aheep owners, follow Torrumr, m.VHUO heud: Kugenlo Peres, 404h Calastlnn flarde. 4.HIKI. I'nloe, HP.'. Sill. Knrmers' Improve ment oontaxUVi IS.MMt t'hrist i.tto, IS"U0. tinllegos Hrolhers, looga. Valencia, 14u,0; Acoma Indians, IS.ISt); laiauna Indians, l.nu; HII vestre Mirabel. 14 Tt; M. IV Cbnvrs. 10.000. Mernallllo. IMMl I'nlirarplo Ar rnljo. 4.700. Chaves. ISS.TSSl Frank llilllnk". l&.Ooo. Frits Hrlnk. U.ooo; A. B. Ingham. r,. ' ' '. Martin. 14.0041; W K Long. 12.0110. Colfax, so. 2117; Solomon Florshelm, It.SISl Palo lllanro Hhaep com puny. I '.',150. i ' u rry , 10. in I ; Handy Morris. S.uOl. Mi Klnlry, lll.tril; Navajo Indluns, Ids. ooo; Z.unl Indians, 41, M. , Morn. s:..27; '. N. Illattman, 4.04. Qubv i'i..i"i. in.rotao tlarcla, 5,000. Itlo Arrllia. SS4.0; T. D. llurna. I, MX; J It Mi.rtlnax. .0II0. Hnosevell. 12.400. Manuel Abreu. .iitiii. Hsnilovsl. 10,00: A. Eichwold. 11,. ooo; K. A. Mlera, l.oOO. San Miguel, ll,4: J. P. Hand. K..0O0; J. P. Van Houlen company, 21. too. 1IKI.P niK KIIM - AlbuiiH'ripie lleaileeH Are I. .iiolii;! Tlie ttin It's the little kidney Ilia Tha lame, weak or m hlng back That may lead to dropay and Ilrlght's dlseaae. When the kidneys are weak. Help them with Doan'a Kidney rnis, A remedy eapedully for weuk kid neys. Poan's have haen uaad In kidney. troubles for SO yeara. Kndnreed by ml. 000 people tit-1 doraed in home. Proof In an Albuquerque titlxen'a statement. II It Schuater, S00 K. Fdlth St., Albuiiiiernue, anya: "In my work it la frequently necessary to do some heavy lifting. Thla constant strain begun lo tell on me. I had sharp lulnii,, In lha mill of mv buck. I barf haailuclw.. ,.aH ni.av anclla imd viiia In hud ahana I hud often heard Koan's Kidney pills re ommenden and I gnvn thi'tn 11 Irlul The firt hog strenathened my kidneys and drove away ull lha achee and pains, Hlnca then I have taken Doan's Kid - ney Fills when 1 hnvr needed u good kidney medicine and they have never failed me.'' Prl-e 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply usk for a kidney remedy aet Ho. in a Kidney Pllls- lhc aume that Mr. Hchuater had Koster-Milourn Co., Hropa., lluffalo, N. T. mm TO MAY THE ALBUQUERQUE EVENING HKBLALD'S Bible distribution matt be brought to a close on the above data. This is the one book of all books that every member of the family should have for very own. Get it now the time is short. Clip the free certificate TODAY and get this $5 illustrated Bible AT 0HCX. Present Just Six Certificates Which is printed in anther page of this issue, together with the necessary hire, cost of packing, ohecking, express from factory, etc., etc. THIS $5.00 BIBLE Genuine Limp Leather It Can be Rolled Up And Carried Anywhere Contains Over 1200 Pages Presented to You Now By THE ALBUQUERQUE EVENING HERALD 1 on receipt of Six Certificates and the small stated amount explained therein. BUT AFTER MAY 8th, $5.00 AT STORES Join the "D0-FT-N0W" Club or you'll belong to the T00-LATES" LAST WEEK BEST OF YEAB IN KANSAS CITY CATTLE MARKET Kansas 1'ity Httt-lryurd. May The cattle market lust weak I. wus """ ' " l"1 " ",rV t" sellala thai, in , P"-v lous week this yei.r ilea y n ssesasj but other wise the im.ikei wri anleruhle bloom nn, hum mid light killing arudea selling higher, ami Mo.-keia 1 and t. a soiling at the highest prices 01 tin year. Higna ol a-eas haas on slockera ami fcclm. aim u ' wi line in neea. unit 11 wiia tin Mrpriae lodai 10 note a decline of 15 ' "' ." moae gruaea rrom me nttin time i.iat weeg. neceipia today were 11,1 attla, oonalating ol utiout .twomirua it, li I., snd i.ne-thlru ,klllera. not a great tunny choirs cat I tie Included; 'hp ago received .'j er .rent mure On UN today than Ihe eatl tpjiale. which gave buyers the whip annd Iroin Ihe start Killing grades aeltled down la it I o J li lower lmal. Hut. lo r grades are selling extra well, due I,, .Irairn nf paekera t. r siniill cuts "i beef, a packers' drove of cows leat Wednesday coaling within a few cent- per pound, on the Inuika, of the eoat ..f l heir drove of atecra same Jul f ' oj?'.vB day. Heavy native steers sell up to M it. ia choice, bulk of the hoavy sierra 17. (u lo tl, medium weights 17. SO lo .-.ii. i holce 1Mb) I. -el to day IH 41) to IK TS, the lop sale at k.ii being a dears of IS hand Nahraaku yearlings, vi;.-. aouads aratv age, nil heifers egeept . mail Hulk of cows sell al ID. on to i:,, bulls a uwarter lilKher than a ween; ago, ir..;:, to idi, tma .attle from the sugar mlllf sold well In day, kill ing armies ut 17 70 to 11.10. the lat ter highest ptti e lor strictly pulp steam paid here this season. Quar antine race l pi, ,i. ..i,l , , urs today, sales ut i; . s . to . .. Top quar- inlille steers last ... l .1 "...lit ll.SO, higheat price since January. A latft atoehei aell at t ..' ' to s."j. but the bulk of gulea nre at II 26 to IS. iiml moat of the feeders bring 17.40 to I" aliK-k rah... ut Hogs sold lu Imtri today, locelpl .woo. The market was higlo i laic lust wok, unit conditions thru i point. ii in higher limes. Today a bill run at I'hlongo hand, Su.'in.i m I ;o.Ouo more than the eetHa)iU "' round for the decline, prhtes there being !0 cents lowet Top hen to day was I7.42S, hulk. 17 : lo 17.40. Paekara i re In a benrlah mood. Suit unless receipts continue heavy, which Is not . i ... i , . i compel der buyers will held P Hheeu und lambs are from ..r II as nil. Ipts 7,100 Top on fed western I 'ii,. - was 110. lr. About I.IH goaU are included today, market on thaw If, lo it lower. Fat gouts sold at 14 in lo ' -'V briiahers 4 00 to !4.o. Tegaa muttons are worth l.sa So 17.34, Arlsuaa ewes iron ml 7, Aiiionu spring Iambi II..V0 to 110.35. J. A. ltl KAitT. Ilillllll NlllllK. I I'eirngvaJ May I. n p.,rt by hi. n n -.I v. trib VViitahip uoteg work, end hnve III V left for soothl dull tai wurk. the lleraaa went so da your 8 items, which inelude clerk The Only Really Illustrated BIBLE Heeeeolora the true ln-iuii," aa applted to a mercJ a few p4larn ' of Bin. taken "conyent t itulli v a Ida. 1-.1 In any part of the btsnli. aaereiy aw eatthetlssh. iihiii Ineerta, hat mil ilimt ly aenasTMauV and esptawetney ol thr versa IntreMleil te typlty or make plain; hrt oar issWlfsliijs, at an ooilay of lia.awa. prepsirtHl aivur. ate lllustratsuaa lilx itlf TfVK caT the VKKHK whhh they axnsapasy. and placed tllrrt'ily nrxt to Use vena of the scene ilinawlhaS ihe oel hvi. It isa he hsohast tor tar ussnd iuU ly. the nnljr phsne Ihe llluetiatloa ks a I MSB lo ion making this the II WIT and OKI.V cosnplete ll,IA'H TH.VTKH HUire. Hcaiiiliuavtana Altar HueaMg Trail. Atnaterdam. May. I. The Kiel cor. reapondent of the nolnlache ri tung reports that steps are bslnf taken In all the Scandinavian eeaaaL tries for capturing the huge ltuas! trade which hitherto hag keen resardc ed aa completely In German hsnda, Industrial and commercial men HT Sot way and Dnmark are enden'or ing to learn the Huatlan laaguugty while la Norway funds have bean agtk proprlated by the stuck ex.h:.nga .m ihorlttes for a more egtenalve coutaa ot Instruction In Itueama la the vonSa When Women Suffer No remedy gives greater relief than Anti-kauiuia lA-K) TabUrta in all eondj. lions generally known aa "Woaauft l Aches and 111.." Unethal will a anv woman tl at aha has at last I tl.e remedv aha haa so lojut hegja look lna lor. Indigestion Dyspepsia Are ynu dudssssad alter sating? A yon have nausea when riding kt eaiw or .-n 'lo irein orts.atT TakeA-K 3i. lets and get Inatant rafssi Cassias A K ThkUH Sear sAi M nun. miniii E