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The Evening Herald, Albuquerque, N. M., Thursday, February 8, 1917. j li ? 1 ; i t f 1 tmi lownahlpa It and Is aouth; ho aupply materials, mala cffslrs th.nca vtm, on Mid correction Una. H. H. IT I. Hy Mr. Arrtano. To tt lha northwest cornsr of townahlp amend auction ;tl of tha codifies 14 south, of rarta IS raa; thanra tlon. Judiciary. aoulh, hMwosci rna 81 and II aat; H. R. lit. It Mr. Panrhaa of gusy. to tha eon-action Una Iwtaaan lean- ,To protlda for primary elrctlon. Ju- ahlpa and tl nu(h; Ihrnca saal, 1 dietary. tn aald rorrartlori Una, lo tha north ern! craar of township tl aouth of rana. tl aaat; thanca aouth. betwean rant It and tl at to tha aouth boundary of tha atata of w Mexico; thanra want, on aald aouth boundary lo tha point of burtanlo-. Aa th bill la of a Iwnnorratlc or ialn In a normally liamocratla com munity and I thrown on lha insrciaa of a Republican leuisla'ura. it con lain ihe provision that the governor In appolntlnir tha first county com mlaalunrra ahall eaerrisa raard for II. B. 171. Mr. Ar'lano. To amend sections :U and 1717 of tha codltl ration relative to tha Inforporatlon of village. Ptata affairs. H. B. 1T. Hy Mr. Garcia. T amend section li.'l of the codifica tion. JiKlklnry. II. H. I7i. Hy Messrs. rionsnlra anit Llcwlln. Tu prohibit tha advance, mant of fuiuU of Institutions for sul arles or supplies. Internal affairs. H. II. lit. Vy Mn. (lonsalrs and Llewellyn. To reaulala the manner of makln rontrarta for piullo work tha political part lei. and name ! ami purchases, internal affairs. publican for some of tha ortlrea. ' H. It. 117. Hy Messrs. Uoniralea l.lano county It la expected will have artd IJrwelln. To anthorlre the use atudird opposition from tha majority of the museum of New Mexico. In branch of tha houae. ternal aria Ira, 9omr MreHbNT. I H. B. 11. Ry Jlfwr. Oona! and Tha house yastwrday voted to die- Llewellyn. To pluce hnsnnnd and wife aolva tha two committee that had Just begun their fltlea in lha way of e mplltvlna the work of preparing bllla and Inspecting lha minute. I1. truat of the committee waa mention ed In tha debate on the floor whim ticrtipled about an hour yasterdar. J t Ilarnea aa chairman of the re vision committee, moved that lha rule establishing such a committee be re scinded. almr that inasmuch aa ap prehension seemed to be felt by come tt lha member a to the purpose of lha commute It would ba best to confirm, or otherwise, the confidence of the house. He atated he believed the committee to b doln a useful work, and aavlng tha at ate money by erring to It that bllla wer correcfy worded when first presented, ao they would not have to ba corrected and printed a second time. I'nder the rulea of tha house It would take two-third vol to carry the motion The motion, after discussion was car ried. TrVRpMi IfCtrdataiMi. About twanty-ftv bllla have been Introduced In, Je house with refer ence to trespass by animals. House bill No. S waa reported favorably by a committee after considerable aiuuy if tha varloua meaauree. It follows: That section III! of an act pasaed by the second atata legislature of the eute of New Mexico, entitled "An Act to Codify the Laws of the Blata of New Mexico." ba and tha earn is liercby amended so a to read aa fol lows: Section 1141. When any trespass ing ahall have been done by any cat tle, horses .sheep, goats hoc or other livestock, upon the cultivated or othar . (round of any person such person may recover any damac that ha may sustain by reason thereof In any court bavins' Jurisdiction, and person ao damaged la hereby given a Hen on all livestock of the same kind and brand, belonging to the owner of auch tres passing animal or anlmale for secur ity for his damages and coata. tka Iuuw tAmnty. Back of the pearlnge on lha pro posed De Baca county are the inter ests of varloua individuals who wish to see a. new county 'al'aX'and a nor set of county offices created. It la aald. A contingent from Hooaevelt county that favor tha new unit would have a part of Quay county added. The Idea vf this Is said to be to get voters with in the new boundaries who would up port Tatban. now in Roosevelt county, as the new county seat. Judue McCilll, the leading clliien of LA leinde. haa been watching the lr'J ress of tha bill with Interest, and It is aald that an amendment is being j sought making l-a Lend the county j eat. It Is even hinted that La Inde will be conceded this honor for the time being, and that a plan exists to wrest the honor from Ijv Ijinde In t event the county Is safely formed. : The intention of the tranters of the . bill, a ho era represented lev J. K I'er- due In the house. Is to make Kort funnier the county seui. the orllnl id. a of a name for the county havlnu been Sumner county. With various elements working for the creation of the countv. the protesting Koosevelr people and Ouadalupe county clliaens I re gaining in strength, opposition nf liepublican member in the senate 1 developing on the ground that it Is not ooJ economy to ln;iiute the p. jtetise of a additional county. In tlMt Ktitair. The following new bills were Intro, duced In the senute: 8. II. 1S. By Henalor Callsch. cre ating a atute ItUhway from Montota to Clot Is. Bosds and highways. K. B. II. J1)' Henator Kerr, f're aling a state hiKhas" r m riorldn station to OJo fallen'.. Itoada and highways. B. B. 13. By Senator Mclmnald. To anvnd section 171 f the cortinca lion .f 11" relative l ciiange of venue. Judiciary. H. B. IIS. By HetiaU.r Tv, To Teaulaie th employment of ihildren. public Institutions. In tree llou. The following new bills were In troduced In thv. house: M. H. I'- Hy "lr- lrlego. To amend section 5714 of the codification. Ju diciary. H li. 1. y Mr. Barnes. Iiefininu the liability of employers for Injury to employes. Judiciary. If. II. !. By Mr. Barnes, by re fiuel. Tu authorise short forms f deeds tu real estate. Judiciary. , ft. l TO. By Mr. Barnes. I'lo. vldinj for aecurlty of employes on public, worke and payment of those AZTEC Fuel Co. f Aif Q1LLUP LUMP . . GALLUP STOVE C. J0 ATTVl WOOD f Bwd md BpUt bull irrti'DLnra Phone 251 on an equal footing In reference to in heritance of community property. Ju diciary. H. B. 17. By Messrs. tionsalt s and Lleweiivn. Fixing term of coufl nf the Tourth Judicial district. Judiciary. H. B. 1. By Mr. Wetmore. To amend section 471 of ihe codifica tion. Banks and banking. H. B. 1st By Messrs. ilonxales and Llewellyn. To maintain a public e htbitlon of th historical society In the old palace. State affairs. H. U. By Messrs. ilonsnlc ami l.lrwcllwn. Making an appropriation for the Texaa-New Mexico boundary suit. Finance. H. B. IKS. By Mr. Algert. To amend section 1. chapter j. of the law of 1U. Judiciary. II. B. IS4. Br Mr. Ortii of lllo Arriba. To amend section 24 71 of the codification. Judiclry. If. V. 1SJ. By Mr. Algert. by re quest. To provide for collection of at torneys' feea on insurance policies and surety bonds. Insurance. H. B. 1st. By .Messrs. ilcmxalrs and Llewellyn. Appropriating II.Oou to nay James W. Chaves and John T. Lynn for work In recruiting for the national guard. Miiitary affairs. H. B. 17. By Mr. Alaert. To pro hibit the heralng of sheep and lesser anlmula on lunds of other persons. Livestock. II. B. 1. By Mr. Valencia. Tre ating a state hlnhuy betweau Santa Ke and Itoswell. H. B. U. By Mr. orria of Ilio Ar riba. To amend section 1. chapter li, of the laws ef 110. IJvcsiuck. H. B. 190. By Mr. Hanchex of Han jllifuel and) Mr. (lurcla. To amend section 1 of the county aalury law. Stale aftalrs. H. B. 111. By Messrs. Ovcrson and Pardue. Creating east and west state highway from th Curry county line to the McKlnley county line. Roads and highway. H. B lis. Uy. Mr. nnche of Rio Arriba. To amend the lav relative to disputed county boundaries. Counties and county line. H. B. 13. By Mr. liny. Creating awtste highway from Clayton via ltu and Wagon Mound to a connection with Cnmtno Ileal. Itoud nd high ways. H. B. I4, fly Mr. (iiiegn. provid ing for the enre of railroad employes who surfer injuries while on duty. Railroad. M. B. 115. By Mr. Francis. Ap propriating llfl.noti for th confining of th Hio (Irande in Valencia coum... internal affairs. H. B. l. Hy Mr. Borneo of fun Miguel. For appointment of official Interpreters and (rnnslutora In tha district court. Finance. II. U. 17. By Mr. Algert. by re quest. frrlnrltig the mining of cmil to be a public utility, and providing expropriation of land. Juill'iiiiy. H. B. IM. By Mr. K.tvcs. freiit Ing the county of Llano. Counties and county lines. II. B. ." By Mr. Btyan. Crent-' ing a state hiahany from lies Moines lo tha Oklahoma line. Itoads and highways. II. 11. !". By Mr. i Hereon, by re qi'est of the Htate Kederatiou of Im bor. To limit the hours of labor of women and children. Judiciary. II. II. 201. By Mr. I.ucero. Penning public mill and prescribing charges to be made. State affairs. H. B. By Mr. Bills. To amend a law relative to butchers. State uf fuirs, H. "It. 2t)J. By Mr. Winston. Che ating a state hutiway from I'londu station lo Mauiluieiwi. Koads mid hlihnuys. H. II. jw.'i. By Messrs. (iour.nles and LlewePyn. K li'ird.iiif military iralnlna In the schools of New Mex ico. Lducatioli. SPAIN DECLINES TO T Note, Received ftt Washiuton Today, Tumi Down Mr. Wil ton's Suggestion That She Break With Cermany. My Aoria(ed Pre Washington. I' i. -H.iln s note, whli h It I understood fornuilly de cline to accepi I'lrnident Wilson's siiKRe'tioii that she brenk off diplo matic telatlon i:h tierimi'iv. w.t PAPESDIAPEPSIH In five minutes! Vt lvci.ii. Iicnt l- linrn or any sionmi h rnlncrr. Sour, gassy, upset stomach. Indiges tion, heartburn, dyspepsia ; when the food you eat ferments into aacs and stubborn lumps; your head ni hes und you feel sick and miserable, that s when you reallxe the math- of I'upe s Lia pepsin. It makes all siomath mix- cry vanish In five minutes. If your stomach la In a Continuous revolt if you can't get it regulated please, for your Bake, try Cape's I'l.t pepsiii. It s so needless to have u bad stomach make your next meal a fuvorlte food meal, then take a little Piapepsln. There will not 1 any dis tress nt without fear. It because Hopes Piapepsln "really does'' regu Inte weak, out-or-ordor stomachs thnt gives it Its millions of sales nnnuiiiiv. tlet a large fifty-cent case of I'nvc's niapepsln from any dint; store. It is the quickest, surest stnmni h relief am' cure known. It m is like mag" It I a scientific, harmless nml plens. unt stoiitti' h preparation whlih truls belongs in every home. 'li.-:... : V r. lVs-; A hW New Hats received today at Ihe stale diparl-1 ment but a us not made public. Hpaln, It la understood, prolesls vigorously against the new submarine urdor aa a violation of International law and Invasion of neutral ltcreta, Having taken over American Inter est In (lermnny and being the best equipped diplomatically of the re maining neutral fpaln 1 anxious to keep open roinniiiiiti-atlon wl'h Ber lin a the best channel for negotia tion beta ecu the central empires and the entente. Spain made an arrangement some time ago with tlermasiy for the safe poeraue of ein.imli of brr merchant vessels li preteitia commercial panic wlllill, iho c..lil,!i)', Iml (.lermnny hot withdrawn that ill raimemeiil Kith the understaudiiiK thai ah. pa now boU.id lor KftgUnd shall return at their own peril. hpaln Is entirely dependent on Spanish vessels Instead of other neu tral vessels and has demundeiV exemp tion on the ground tha; she h nevtr carried munitions of war. "Combination Stewart f f To feel strong, have good appetite and digestion, sleep soundly and en Joy life, use Burdock Blood Bitters, th family system tonic. Trice, $1.00. New Cloth Hats Direct from New York Nobby ' mixtures in brown, green and gray effects $2, $2.50 and $3 Studv Our Windows EOlasbiuiriiCo llltll, TO IK1I.P til'IIM N Y T ACCPl NT l M It Will Bio Janeiro, Feb. . Itrnll s reply 10 the Ceini.in net'", to be niaile puli- llc probably tomorrow , v ill. ; ii'tiin i pollle. bin fit in. declare BraH's In- lent. on to hidd tlcrmany respoiisinl for con."eiicners whnh uuiv n -uT fiotn llio iit-vv siiio.iriue war. The rcplv '-iipressca the ibMie ol thn llraxil.aiV guv ei iiuient not to be cotnoeUed to brtak the auilcal'U' re lations ll aUVnlM has lillll lit ;i i in d v 1th (iiriiririv u fc.it. however, nb;ch will not prevent Brazil from taklna in' ah uics of protect, on and from prd' sl ing UKH.nt the menace to l'.r.i.ll.an commerce and navluutlou contained in the note of the Imperial govern ment cmicei uinti nieiiMires for the manilp Mockiiil. Brazil lmes Its protect ul" lb follow imt oiir fun damental prillf:ple. "Ki'-st The extension of an in admlK a'blo blrtekad". "Second The urn xpi ctedness of tliu coiiinninlcntion. v lib h gives Mil the .short inter. ,il of the davs I'll, .re Him piittirg Into operation i f s'.bi.i.ir in' nicuHiirch au.iiut any and a.l -sels. a fact which prevents I'lail I:, ,iu adopt, hk measures w.tli reuard to Mieial lir i'iinin snips mm .u s a or audi, led in foreiKii in rls "Thud. The uiiioriiiK ..f "II tubs eitabllsbcd ,y lnternat:i,nal law and the principles set forth ui solemn ttraties and com etilioiis. the s.; nat "t les of which nro Brazil and Cermany herself. "Fourth I'.razii'a object iop to ihe Uerlaiaiinn that no country should dissent from licrmanys purpo-e to employ all means t.i render efective her blockade under the conditions mentioned In her note." The reply concludes b expressing Brasil'a hope that liermany will take In'o consideration the fundariie'ital principles: of Biar.il protests mid Brazil's holding Oerinany responsible fr the connciuences which may come from making effective the threats auainsi mi i .i;. it ."ii of non-belliuereiil tali's. ' Washington. I'M ... The N'flhei la nils ko erninerit Ihroimh Ihe Amei: r..n legation u! The Hague has f.-r- Tin lidiiiro for Kvry liny in tin1 Your. Ilurtis (ins in Siiniincr, ('"ill in Viit'"! "!": (Vic I 'oii.l'iiiiil urn Kaiio,. Willi No I ll.jefti'illlil'l'' I'i'ilTlllTs. Raabe (Si Mauger "It It s Kunlwarc, We Have It 117 North First St. Mill 't ll ("I ll Iw ilCI , p' I'll! Wilsons s'lu nest ion that it r.dl. w tl-e course of the l in'ed Sl.it' s and brt i'i oft d plouiitlc reiatioi's w t ll illi nium. Information , Mr-- i fl'-i" li-ai'licd dele ti da'.' .11 cr..li r (.; I il..pati he.i tr..ni lloll.itid. It al-il w is S.l.d III tile ll.: 1 .11' !i' that The Ne'hei lands I' vi rnioit l ti 1 tnadi' a il't.-'l im.iln-1 i, 1,1 1 ' I a t H.tlMi'ar'iie viai'i..ie and thil .11 Tlie same ti'iie p -oti iti'.ns had f. ..p. r. d it li deal la ila 11 tor the t din I i f 11- lll'lli- lle'd 'I'll'- I Mitcll t.i'.ili inent plans 'o hive th" Hi.t.-ll Held and llio Celn; in iliiiuvp I'lie who'll 1 1 ' v i..iliw"" fin ll "'li'-l. so ri'iitrii'-li'il 1. to itiak" a 'liar pith tii"i',:li v li i'h "! .!.,. it.av pi. lim it 1 11 - ni: mi n id m riMiiii' 1 . . vrrrrt pi: I.'ti'l oi. I'rU 1 --The l!o,' an ii:in. ,.t(. r 1? f.'l'l'.'n aft. I'lf s;,N ,i li.-'i. ti r's lisp.itcti Iri'ii I .a l'.i' I " I .t v . has innoulind Ilia' Bolivia, has deeded I otllpli IP:V to elipport the attitlld" of Ihe Cnneti flat's it; the cri'.s with Uituij ny Club Program Calls For Demonstration In Cooking Friday Till" r'L'lllar "I. .(lies' I'' . I' ll' ' . "- griimnf vbt ll M" I'h.illisT Kuk is b ad ; w .1 1 In - a i t 11 d out :.t tli oln.l li's I 1 11 t' 11, I'l l oil ,1 ftiTllootl Miss- Mu eh- Ha.ld.-n. i.sm i.- b 1 Ollinbe l-i'f Inirh Hi h "t'l mil- v. ill kle a del vital,,.!; Ill 1 I vii: p.irl.e. . house . 1 1 h I mi iiiMiia II1.111, I-: r I" 1 -1 i' 1 ,1 i will ', tlie s'i ,11' 1 ,'f a talk iiv Mi. 11 r 1 1 udi" Expect to Organize Stiff Association at Woman's Club Tonight ' V ,. 1 'i .n I i.'H of ml All'ii'iiel'iile I r 1 1 1 1 li ih- N.ii i iii! Suruvie -isso. cialion is pirted to lie etle. ted at .1 I'l'illi - t" I'e In Id lolllullt at the tx'oiii.iu -' 1 in '. I.o'il' l-ls t.. nil 1 c 011 the -jink of v.. 1111 'r.u surfrae p.-isii-tioi will ho ili-s -;n.i ' '1 .11 ciriliiis? to PC-scut plans. It is hoped to I,. 1 .1 Ci pr- set.t b-i! -iatui e 11. t on i"l ' '....' Both part a m nr.- i ee'e.i 1 Mil 11' line w Mi the 11,- ! 1 ,i-.. (." ' S I ll' 1 1 J' 1 1 "li.il ciitum.tti es and leaders. ,l 1- " 1 1. , ! I 1I.I0 Wat. II. of A I 1. 1 11 - as. 01 ran' I -''ii out !,v tile nation. ll il"- .,.. ii;..n, ,i,I speik a' 1 1 m 1 1: lit h : 1 r 11 Need Help? Try a Want Ad. A Question of Beauty U always a qumtion 01 com plrmon. V ith a prilcct complex, ion you overcome nature s dcfivicnacs. Cournud's 11 Oriental Cream rrndr r-t.ithr ikin a clear, refined, pearly v li'tf .ippfjrjnce Ihe perfect besuty. llcainiK id refrrvliinn Non-greaiy. S sS I 0. fr Olsl rt T 9"v a vm If ' 1' . T- AFTER INVENTORY SALE READY-TO-WEAR" FINAL CLEARANCE OF an. w 11 m m t u x v I j b 11 ri xa r v v ti in u m Suits U'p lillVe nliniif 40 Suits Hint imist innvc in this kiiIc, uikI price is groin"; to In power 1lmt iii'ivis ihciii. th" 2:::r... $12.48 :;1.:,K:.vnl,:,:s.. $19.98 :;,u;,r,.V4"n:... $24.98 EXTRA SPECIAL A few i-xtra jfixnl at vie Nil It n iii htllinli niodi'H $9.48 Coats Kvcry Winter ('nut is t-oiiiif to lie siilil h'rnldv hikI Siifiir- lljlV . s ft llllf lit' 1 lll'lli ill 1 1 s price M' lilTl'l' till III - Villi will Hllild1 11 ','onil liny. None rescl'Vi'd every on' of tin-in fill's on Mile. 10 (Ml Millies gQ :,,'v'":.v;1"::::.. $7.48 Tm $18.48 $22.48 EXTRA SPECIAL Voiii' clioiee of Lot It. Lmllcs' mnl M isses' ("outs - $8.48 Dresses I ill- t lllli'f lllVsses III Stllv. ivoiil nml I icoroct to crepe ilfe a'l i'l onoll st lo, lillltil siiliich tninle lill'l fnii lieil, nil nun!'' v itli oooil ijiiality iiiiili'i iiil I liroUL'liout . ;::",.::"::....:.$4.98 T:'t)u:u,':: $9.98 Tr:r:r.... $14.98 $19.98 'EXTRA SPECIAL line lot fif Silk mnl Vnol llresses, iiftrfiiooii iiml eve- llilie; Weill'- - $9.98 Skirts ( iii i- i nt ire stud, of Kill mnl Winter lics Skirt. '.;n on lli'S sillo. Wool. s; , ,i 1 1 1 snt iii skirts mi' Iiero lor your seoi t loll III no immense s,l V i 1 1 14 in pln'e. TH. $3.98 $4.98 :;:,,::,M: $5.98 Tm.u::: $7.98 EXTRA SPECIAL White Velvet ( 'orilui'oy mil Wool (i k mnl I "liiiil Skirls i liio; viiliiij $2.88 Bnth Robes We l..i . i a n ic a -si n t no 1. 1 ol I '. ll ll liula s al ii l'''lll.'l lull ill ll'H'" t lllil will In' SUI'i' In plcii -p ini'l to interest on. We -.poi-1,,1 ,' III I, lilies . iihmi s nipt ell i li It'cii s I n t !i I'oli.'s. :,;:;:'.::':m: $2.98 nt::'.". $3.48 :;m -'u: $3.98 :r" $4.98 EXTRA SPECIAL ( Ii i 1 1 ii n s I l,it Ii Holies, n;,''s 1 i at' In ."i years omul weiolit. Will lllioi'' 59c House Dresses ,'il o! i ill I.ii'jm' sliick of I l'il i I ll'i'SM's, i iillipl'IsillL' ;.' 'iiuliiilii. eliiiiiilirny mnl per I'.l!'', ill. si l P.olii win "s l'olll' in one I I'utso li'. ss ';i i ally re. ilnei'll i" "I"' 98c $1.48 $1.98 .I,,,,,..,, $248 EXTRA SPECIAL "'!!' I.il'o.- Ill f llull.se I in"-", I h.ii sell i --vr 1 1 :i r' v al . I m 98c For the woman who desires to make an early selection of her Spring Suit, Dress or Coat we have a com plete early showing. on sale FRIDAY AN D SATURDAY I lie new Spring Hats are a picture of beau ty. We shall be pleaseil to show you a large assortment of new designs.