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The Evening Herald, Albuquerque, N. M., Monday, May 21, 1917.
ning: Herald ' m vq nETuu.n, inc. ' . V ALU ANT. Manager '0 tvery arterneca eg. 'Vf ( m North BsooDd i'"onru,u, N. M. 1 aaeoad-claa anur tome t Albaquarq.ua, !r to act ( March I, I . V1 or earrtar, too . .11 ar carrier lilt A at ..14 'representatives a few dayagn on the''"" re1 the hands of th Indlv'd war revenue 'Mil Representative Hor-!usl or any body of civilians. ! w v4 hi. II. A ranging ti i ed faithful tin Muni Eighty candidates' ha degree. The cer at the Elks' rlub..' o'clock and laatlr' I h morning the in Immaculate hw the rede art. r ""' A banquet- ,.! last jtg cf wV'ite and scarlet! s'kl with your ailver ijr fond welcome " tiff feet follow you, ad defend you, warm friah you, and dying i you their blowing! bheritanee, ourt by ai sonr by affection ou Boat on tha free K-avra, the emblem of ' p hope of the world I . i emun of Michigan, limn n the de":ie I'f the automobile manufacturer and Utkd f..r a long time, lilt voice moist with inn, ngalnst the proposition tn tax automobile manufacturer I pr rant upon their irnw sale. Mr. Ioc aniua showed conclusively, hla own mind, at least, that making automft !! ia altogether an uuremiineratnre business, and the only conclusion we an arrlva at. r.r reading hla Im- paaetnned remarks, la that thopa who) own automnblla factories ara engaged In h business merely aa a pastime nd t furnish rmplnymant to anma Jd.oofl person in thl country, thia being; the- numtier that ara employed In factor!, by dealer and In garage. Xfr. rtnre-mu 'minted nut that the t-al h of tha automobile industry I strewn with wreck af ruined fortune, dismantled fnrtnrloa ana disappoint.? 1 ambitions. Within- five year a 7I crn ferns have faded or ona out of kntnea and, today place ara adver tised whera parta ran ba obtained for :il 'orphan- car cars onesj manu factured but no longer In tha market. On tha other hand. It daralnrwil during th discussion that Harry Ford. who will pay mora tax to tha gov ami;hic. itui.Hi i.Nrjr.r. I'ltrNH I'l.HMilW HIVltNIT. Tha pul'llxhirn of It of the I'MdlK Amerl'an naanpapcra printed In foi elan lmtitaei have reiantid tha f'- IowIiik darlarallon In Prrnlili-nt Wll- aon. Th declaration alanad by publliiher of nawapapara ptthllnhri In to foreign lanauaaan. To th F resident of tha I'nlted MM: We. the undemliinad puhllahera of Amvrlran fnreian lanauaae nwapapor circulating among eighteen million of Ppl who hava left (hair native lmd to anfny tha bleaalnga of eltltenahlp In tha I'nlted marea, knowing full well what la In the hearta of three people, aaaur you. Mr. il-aaldent, that they cardlnlly wlcma the opportunity now offered them. In common with their fellow Amarlrara, to a"lt tha enllulit ne4 rltlaanahlp of othr natlona In eatabllKhlng more firmly throughout tha aorld the great principle of Ieni. ocraey.. They ara proud of having contributed In conaldorable meaaure to tha agricultural, Industrial and com mercial graatneaa of the I'nlted fltntea ernment under tha pmpoaed bill than ,h b""',i" ho.a prosperity they navw anarro. 1 nry are anxious to snow any other six automobile manufactur ers In the rountry combined. Is th thlr gratitude to the land of their only man who ha. not flooded tha;,,,',,'," "nd ,hHr ""t" l'y ftcaa aa may ba rrnierly exported a'. ways and mean committee with tele grama protesting against additional taxation. Aoida from tha foregoing unkitie dia tinction. Mr. Ford la tha only man In thle time from all true patriots. They ara willing and eager to offer them- . selves, nccordlng t their qualification for inllitury duty, for employment In the CAIint Wrhj. n i a mam Im Hia ! . ' . ' .field and factory, or for other service, employment at least IS a dnr. He has.l . . . . with tho object of helping aa far a perhaps, done mora than any o'f-eri,. . , , , , man In th I'nlted mates to bridge tha .... HHHHHniiiiiiiiniiimmumtmii The Scrap Book HUIIIIIflllflllllimtlUHIIIIillllllltttTfPtw with nn n vitii.iv In the uutumn, In the arather tiolden, bronaed and rich sluhs. When pscrd the Isnes togxther. Prenmlnga deep wer In jour ea. Then, Love, 'tans like the sounding of a mellow horn that blows. Veiled et vllram. fiir resounding Through th path th woodlnml, knows. snyn: "We easterners mut ndmlt thst. thn Jk is on us." Hut h-re Is the Joko? rhu'ngii Neva. rrmii:s iiii i hiat n ' li,, votir constiiueuta imlorst jour atlitudes? "I don't Know yet," replied rVnnlon Borahuui. "AM tildes are not a easy ' as ihev ued to Ih-. I can remember the nme when all I u.e,i,,l in the! of sn attltmle was an AJm-il. f -liiK-lhcliglUnilig piwe ahlle I mm tloned tleoigo Wsshinaton and the Amei ira riisle," Vslilimlon Htiir. RUSSIAN WAR MINISTER RESIGNS Out with Jday tha msglc changes. And tha music pants and pleads; Like a vioiln It ranges All (ha soul s inslKtcnt needs: j All tha hope and pent desires. All tha during and the doubt; Like to strong, plucked strings. Of our spirits rushing out. tires In th autumn, love seemed sober; lr. 'tin now a pasnloned thing; A th horn Is for October, But tha violin for spring! Hlchord llurlon in Hcrlbuer's Mng. stint. (il.ltMW M IISTITI1IX I tilt III IIHr lt TlttKH Kuhhcr beliia scarce in (1,-riiinny iiowhI(it a numlM-r of bb'ycle tires tnada of suUstituies for rubber nre re ported to hiive nppeitred on the .In. msn ninrket. ssa the June I'opuliir Me In, nil s Mngiixine. Klt-i rnme n lira mail of steel wire about 3-It) or an Inch thick, closely culled, nit It nds welded mai'ther. hTIs was high- priced, u a urn ! iinvemeius, iiml rut tleil In ii. Then came three differ ent types of womlen tires, the cheap est being made of a single plivc of Wood, while oilier are imile of wood, en sections. Another type of wood tire ha the outer surface covered with a leuther strip. Pteel iprlrvs or used with all tho Wooden Urn either in forks or between tire and1 rim. which adila couHUlemlHy to their coat. Tires covered with leather or with rativns. Distend of rubber, ur alHd oi. the market, Hut th best gulf between capital and labor by pay Ing th laboring man some w her iris, i nrr win ciH-eriuiiy con- inuuie rrom tneir resources in the run. est llluMilill, mt.n.iira ... m..i tm near what his aervlcea are worth. j. ., u . , traordlnary finnnclnl nciils ,f the Mr. Ford opposed war. aa avry- . . . . . , . . . government and In all other wiiys will body knows. Ilia Celebrated peace ' ship lo Europe, fitted out and paid ' "ne.tiy rontperat. to maintain th . for by hlmlf. 1. still fresh In th. C'U n,r" h,,m,r n'! ,0 "l"ur tr public mind. H spent hla money tn-.;"m,h " C"U,M, ,hn' " '" In to prevent the reprdn pre-; br,n ftb,,,U 14 U,mU" ""'" . . . ' , pone. 'eee signed are PP!r It best for the country, and h sincere- ln" nwspapra which StIC;K IS WAXIXO. Ir tried to kp the rnited State out ' Published In languages a goll.i I of war. rtut when war was dclor(!,.,-r"lu""r N- "f Wiijll-known authority like a brave, patriotic American bus I'htf xhlngton. Senator ne man. he tendered to the gorern .... .1" on ,h "gg"- mnt hia vast plant to use as It aa fit. h n.naker descended ro nd ln .,w,n lo ,n,u although ha j :llrlnn t o completely from a aeat par to th government more tare, ."hlnes : the class of senstorlr l Ihjl(l aimoBt all th other aulomoblla ' f"n plants put toRcthrr. not a protest h is : Finnish com from him or anv of hla am.nl.. I r leinisn I'erhapa Henry Ford bus gait cer- tific management down to such a fin? l'rK . .. point that he can conduct hi pi jnt I Hollundiah mora economically than other fuctonea' Hungarian e la an Interesting fig Ourlout. ilghlseera who Cftl'-rles daily and is That HI one of Mia- ad of him aa th Vrign rclatlok;! com. timed th president In test crisis. nn-v- sits at tha head of h ty or senate ooun t Hill holding tha titular head of the moat Impori committc. lis no longer i a vole of authority or if the senate or tha Demo- ': f It, which used to alt back ! r Fton to point th way. 9 Sndulpently while he '. .pleaaur at thl or that k interesting. That'a all. J r"pl of Missouri are atlll b tha- ballef tftat Senator I ent right" again or retalna j oiong tha ruling power In fi. they hav a fcltter dtsap i w.mlng whan they learn t of Stop- position In t '.lack In Missouri Stone's Washington hag been a . iyv alwaya thought ' could get anything h era aaed to b much tu Ikl. tuilllinM EI.H. Intimate associate of the i (peak and lead for the on in tha senate. n week a la fact, sine he , .'Tnt! filibuster against tne '"' Xilll since Bton hs ben tha White House, elos th gltuatlon say. But making onferenrea this Vver par"cll'aled In hav CKrewi n Washington. But kr from Missouri as chalr- ; foreign rslatlon ctimmlt- l.een In them. He has got f what went on from the lie denounces. Th chair i Important committee, in ; ii-entlng grav diplomatic its been the right arm of ; t In congress. . in't tha case now. Th Informed the aenat of ! ;itd t eonvey through ra and agsnelea than I' moet surprising part of j here. Ai'here extravagant H' prestig of hold n arouse no com H the Inflatad huh "y. Beiuitois tuke jrs; thy would re othi-rwl. The I bat the president jikiiiK the poettlon i it In the xi-nn"- never coionllte,! c; who generally are Vim of the t hief Uher thsn speak-1 still commsnil at- llnn't mw of them. I Ml l-IKI H. I.. a Hls tiosa Of Arsblr Armenian I Bohemian 41 11 1 French 14 '. 7 ni, rrwTM itorxr to mjah ileflning capacity may now more nearly equal production, but no one can claim (it seems to mc that li has auhetttuio for the rublx-r tire has an necessarily caught up to th demand , outer tnix of prepared c:iiiviih, hik! uf the consumer's petroleum prodm s. a 0th. wound Inner tulie tilled with; I have sought tu show that If the preparation rewmoling run- prlc of crud oil la Inflated what , ,eri thn, 1M t , ,, ,.i:,tij. ha taken place will not l a olrcum- j stanc to w hat will take plac in tti Kirrl Vol'Xi I lt JollX's HKI-: next flv or ten yesm, unless science "1ihiI gniomlng. uell-brusheil. develops a, new fuel, which can be glossy anil liecoitiJngly colfted hair produced cheaper thun th present mve moral suppori and are very much prices of uel, of one kind or another. Hlrth whllo to tho mlddle-iiKeil worn Tho outcome of peace negotiations I s .. Mjrn I.U liiKitone KiMldinu will not baa factor (in my Judgment . j ,no ,Une nunilM-r of Tho Mother unless In somo nijstrrioua way the i Maguainv. cost of trantnrtntlon Hiulilenly- re- '(!,, 'lies nre n very Important part turns eo nornuil, and unless Mexican , (,f tnt rejuve.miin of any w ointin." oil fields are rnnipletvly opened for ,.,,,11,1111.--. -and Ihev- uro ;i fen- thorough exploitation Kdgar l. I'ouch in the Magnalne of Wall Street. . A MOOKItX IIATTl.n CUV ! We ll rally 'round the hoe. hoys. and Join the ranks yf toil, shouting? the Imttle cry of "Feed 'cm'" We'll train th crops to grow, boys, as til- lers of tho soil, shouting tho battle cry of "Feed 'em!" When, there I work to do, boys, we'll gather on tho spot, shouting the buttle cry of "Feed em!" To duty we'll be true. bo s. ami till the vacant lot, shouting tho battle cry of "Feed ' in' ' Nature. I kind mat" r. will I1 in our need, liown with thj utci ; up with th weed! S. we'll r;ills 'round the hoe. im) mid irnin th,. crops to grow. .Iiiiotmu the b:lltle try of "I'i'i d "'III' " - I ;osi i m l'ot. iUr of her reMvrd Interest In her ap peaiance thai will imickly ,'iring from her family and from her friends tllil favorable comment which she neiibl as a Ktimulus. The days when a woman of thirty-live or forty look to caps and old age are past, uml dainty, festive collars are not tattoo, e en, for nil elderly woman'how. I'm' yoiif pretty thmK) dot: t naw Ibein fot thn girls tu wear later If jou d" save them, probaiilv w lien you liimr them out IIH' Ji urs from n til" K rlit will Miy tll.lt they are iM(l.f:lhiMllid .Hid thev will want nunethl ll! oIm-. If a now hit i. T. b lni'inht and oitl ono IS nmib,. fo the lillllllv lnii.K :ic count l.a i ,i i Li n l;' .iti. I jet thd d:liu-l;'i-r ui:ir a lnndf-ocr ' lie :llirf oir It will Ii.ivi. a ,l:.-ii ,1, 4 efiecj . n i i- '.... . : ..." 3.., t-e., . . . v. ," r . .;;, ; ' . 1. ;. ,.. . ; .... 'V' . .-"I w Tin cniiiicil "I' worltiiii'ti " iiml Mililii'i-s' ilelfonii". is sie,,i.v (iii- pnscil lii tin iilcii nt' Kiissin iniikiiii.' n scini'iiii' icihc jih ( Jmniiiiy or even ciiinlinliti"; mi iirmi'.lii'o, it ii M'lni nlVii i.illx iiuiioiii I. Yd till cniiiicil 's cmisliiht inti't fi'l cnci' W illi 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 iiiiilli l-- lias liil'ccil A. .1. ( iucliLolV . tin'1 iii i n i t '! oi' war, tu tliiiiw up liis 1 1 k t . iii itivit iilul t'esio-n. 'I'lii'ii1 uiin issucil liv llic MininlViii.il news niiiiicy a stiiti'llli'llt which ours I'n r tnwiifil sclllMi' lit riM Icmis llinl I'lissiu wiiiilil m.iki' n M'l'nr.ili' iciii'i' with ( ii'iiiuiiiv , lui- it wiih niih Iruni the wiil'kiui'li 'h iiml Hnlilicrs' ilclciriiics ? Ii.it mh-i n in,,r c. lu'clcil. Tlii'l'o Ili'Vi'l' lins I li iiiiv ii. ul, I ut 1 1n lm;ilt In Iho allies III' tits l'oVsiillllll oovi'l'llllicllt. PROCLAMATION ISSUKD RY GOVI .RNOR lindsi;y urging that cmiizhns of STATE OBbllRVi; MEMORIAL DAY MAY 30 DECORATION AND MEMORIAL DAY PROCLAMATION engb.ed in th same tin of business ar running thelra. Whether thl be true or not is. of course, merely a mutter of speculation. But If he can afford to pay th proposed tag It la not apparent to th average man why hla competitors send up such a howl and claim that th tax la confiscatory and means ruination. 'Anyhow, It must tie admitted that Mr. Ford la no piker. DATE f"tm IlfXIISTOATtOX. President Wilson, by p; jelamatiop, ha designated June 5 as th day on which those coming under the pro visions of th selective draft law shall register. All male who hav rVhd their twenty-first birthday and who hav not reached their thirty-first birthdaj must register on Ih day set. One day only Jun (will be davot jd to registration. No male resident of tha I'nlted states between tha sge designated I excused from complying with the proclamation unless he la acre-ad y in the military or naval eerUce tf th United Plates: that Is, a mro ber of th regular army or navy, tha marine corps, roast guard service or that part of th rational guard now actually In th federal service, negl. tration Is distinct from selective ser vice, riegistratlon Is a necensury pre. limlnary to th latter process of stlur. tion. It i useless to ask registrar t.t ex cuse any on from registration. Th registrar has no such powers No one can suspend the law requiring all reigster. Il Is Important that nil na II un derstand the significance of rgitra Hon. and the duy should be appro. -tied in the spirit with which the govern ment hn appo.nted It. Iieii.ocrui y U Its essence. No on can absent hun fcvll, nor cun the well-to-do loan hue annthet to represent him on tie oc casion. Those who expect to be away from home on the day wt for registration should apply to the county clerk for the necessary inn! i uetlon ami blank", so that they can register by mail Th" rcn-trutlon curd which, will '. Im l,i. H-u niilrt be filled out Mini mulled by the absentee mo us o reach the registrar of his home piecin' t by rex istrntioii ilny. The selective d :.ft law d"i s not nc cfcc.ii ily mean that all persons who i Hie required to register will be sen; j into the itrni v. ThotiHiinds the plns Icily unfit the in, 11 w ho are reiiiircil to opi-ruie the iniiiiitioiik plant, tin 4llioiiila and other imiiistilrs vital t 1 the life of the nation, the farim r will be exempt. Ilm no person between the nges spei-ified in the bill Is excused from registiHtloii; lhe ,, itiiist lom ply with the pioilumatlou and officer of the government will later pass up. on this exemption. It Is owl a maUvr Italian Japnnese Jewish Lithuanian Norwegian-Danish Polish Portugese Roumanian Itussian Rutheninn Serbian Slovak P'ovenlc Spanish . , Swedish MjTlao English , AS SK.N (.( Whin a man iliac lle a hook ivi.rmiT to h.s work and moves Ilk" Ty Cobb to Ih tabic wh'n the bell rings. It I .1 siun that lie is not mn'iK to li,- pre. idem of Ihe I'i hiim K a ma rsilroad. Houston l'ost. ll't. : . Mill ' the da i iUltf Total Sail Th: circulation of the foregoing pa per 1 S.SA0.0MA per issue. Such nn effective agency working among the I foreign horn population of the t'nitnd j States In hound to hnve a beneficial effect In lining up the various nation alities to giv their whole hearted and undivided support In the American government In Its hour of trial. If ther were any occasion for mission ary work along that line. PRODUCTS OP MEXICO ARE TO BE MARKETED IN U. 8 , IF POSSIBLE By Astsrlstee Prsat. Kl la.-o. Tex.. May 31. Mexican consuls and consular (iKents in the I'nlted States will co-operate with the i governors of M- xicnn slate in finilimt innd promoting markets for Mexican j products In the 1'nited States. Thl lis the plan of Andres linrcia, Inspei lor generut of :.T r ) ! a u consulates in the I nlted States. Tho plan is to have the Mexicnn con sular repreM-ritutiie in the I'nlted States obtain from maniifacturerri ami from government departments th needs ul American Industries and pro. vldt- lilts of theni to tho governors ! the arious slates who will semi cop ies of them to the producers of the products needed in the 1'niti'd Kt.H'.. Mexico produces much rubber, fibie. cotton, wool, food products and native woods. IHIXfF WOUSl' Tll RXIs-l.ll What renders the Hcrlln situation nollllc illy delicate, assuming tho nc- cuinct of French newspaper itnpres-l non. Is the Ui-agleemeut lictweeu Willlnm II ami the heir to the throne. The crown prince, say the Figaro, hus set Ills mind like a vise upon Verdun, liv is .militaristic, leaction arj, wedded to the ideals of Jii.iki.-i-dom. If hi lather were in pass iiu.iVj before the constltutlona) ctisis docs, il miuht prove impossible to scttl,. it without a revolution on the ICusi.in model. The liberal nnd progressive elements are determined to adjust the institution of Prussia and of tier many s a whole of the new condi tions before the crown can pas from father to son. Tne crown prince Is aliened lo oppose this. Precisely ns he was the head of the mllltsri"t Clique prior to the wnr. Just us ho hi tided tho "westerners" in t he war, ha becomes now the hero of Junker ili.lll Thus do the Ftench tell tho tale. Current opinion. on our n b.iml'-i nnd perhaps. f'T t hut III." Il I' -lie Is. If o i ha e ; short and piun; life w If-hlnc: imi w ere but do what iit ia.i lure's sborii oniinus. ino-t womti run sunn plUlll pilch! S sleniall'- of th,' In m i cincd U s .a i.i a K' filter II- .11) .ll Il IK-Inriu. i . 1 i -. - III a- I ! in -Lin. n i - ..rt v . i r i.n.l an-f a r-1 iM I .tile I.V I t M'-llll t.ii: .iMii I.. i ol re t Toward ' wh.it to . I xeri'lsc IN for Ilia- about the onj I sale one. There reducing baths that can bt. t.'iten. exteinal aril loiernal cun s. and diet. galore. liui Minn, are inisiile, m.iii. are awfully expensive .Hid the diett aln u nuisttnee. It is earv eiiouKt'. to gi e up wecis and l.its if you aic in clined to be i-rv stout, and a cup f hot water before breakfast is a heln in rediicins, as is plenty of cold water between meals and no li.ii.d witli, thrui." III till- o'.i illlil mm. iin.l I ' n' uiiivi'i'-.il -i i 1'iitiso tor m n iloviil imi." M.it ilivinitx Inviiliy. nut i'ii. Ini'ii ul' In nml I'. r t!ic T'ioi-i t. t', .1' I lo. V, M IC. i .mi; II if- 1 1' il 1' cflliil- I custom I 1 1, .1., ,..,- .1.1;. ' Mi-. ; i , ' Ml M. M -il.l .1. -I. .l.lt nil lilllil .1 V. Il II Ipniil lues in the nre ul' tlieir 1 1 1 1 -1 r..t c Mir unit il iiil" mnl it ilcail ' ' -liilll i I li.i u" ;i now I tin' it'iiii ,- I. W. Iv I. in. I 1., n a li --I.i i. . COMMUNAL FEEDING IS TO BE ESTABLISHED ON LARGE SCALE IN LONDON Drove Unknowingly Over Fire Hose; Goes Unpunished John I'.illniM explained in tho . i". court lod iv thai he drove uoknoM ini'ii- i.u r a fire hum. stretched u m-- tin -tieet '-rt nla , and he was al lowed to i.. unit, r Hiisiciidcd si ulim . , The boot :is la d bv the i'rtral I'n" cini'iinv w hen It wet .iow n the I'h'i.it tall.jiui ct'oltli.ls There is an oidl nance forlmldlnii vi liiclcs in u'o o cr ura hose HIS M'K ltl TY ' John Hurleycorn, my Jo John, when you hop in it Ford i Vou'r seven times more dangerous than (S.de.nn shui p sword, A half hour spent in bibbiiiK from the sparkling, llowiug bowl Lend to the railroad croeini; Use tho net'dli lo ihe pole, And we hear your howls of liiHKliter1 ulsive the motor's hum As you tiy to beat the dyer to the gales or Kited. on 'omi. Tennyson J. Draft. tifitKini: si o i(HKxsi; I'oincuietit Willi Hit proposed in- er'rii. in iho xox ei iiiiu-t ux on cig arettes from tl.-.i in i: :..) a ili.nn--ad. the cisai'Mi,- salin In this lountrv show an iucrea.se of neai ly .'ol per cent as coriipiireil w.th a year an.. In M.in li. I'.'i;. i inaretu- -..I.-h in the I'niluil Stales were approximately 2't blllioii. an im reafv or slightly none tlisii million over tlie mum- lliolitn, Mai.h, run. Tin. gain in sales for ilie three months cn.lo.l. M.iicli .11 wai a . proximately .' '.j bil lion I'iK.iret . e. ,,r an annual lucre, i.-' r.ito o! in lollmn The coiii.niiaio of tins n'e .it nn tluoiiKh the in- t li war Would III IHU rlKUIelte sill''s io' A no'i-i. ii n i onipfi nies tor l.i 1 7 i.p to m.-tv tti. in ;r. ll!loii ciKaretles. I 'heW I'll 11114 and I'lpo t .mil. tc.l to II. 4...' I . I i:. i t i ti. Il.iu, d .. po.ind Hi. M ltVl . l-.l .1. . Ur Amnristid I'rni Uuuloii. May SI. Communal feed ing will be rstubli.-hcd on u large si nlc in London this month, under thu direc tion of the food 1.11m roller. The kltchci. of th Jurgcat hotel in lmdon will utili.ed for prepunuit thn food, which will be distrlbtititd ovt-t u wide nra by meuns ot lo. ul depots. Tho Intention ul present, Is not 'o much to provide cheap food for poor person, us to pruMde ocrnomn-ullv prepared food for all clastis. the Idea being thus tu conserve sawlabi sup plies. .Mr. Pember Kee.es. winiiuii director of the fond controller office, defined the purpose of Ihe new move ns follows: "We nhull have a central kitchen where food can be cooked in the un"t eionomoal way, so that (he beat po" ull.lc linn is made ol the supplies u.ai'- anle. Wo shall not bake br-'tul. We shall hope by piuwdiug nooi i-liinis and pala ablc inials lo get people P eat inoiu of tluli meal ration and xo liulit"! the consiiuipt ion uf bread, win. h Is the most iinportant tliini' ju.t now. We shall take f Is lima .lie i ompai utin ly plentiful, i-uch a tl.e -altcl fish which i- coming on 'lo nun KMs in li'i'Kc. nuiiiilities. and nink" o ,. ureal v.ilicts of .ittia illsiit It i not a oiic.-;ion of inoiiey i.,.. nut ol ni.o ing that Ho i.i.. Ii in.lhlij of food by a sl.ili m i I f Is economy In food. With eiicli a Uilcht-n we ought t . ...I.. ,.. re, .1 1 il. On i ni l jooi. will tin Millie food whi. h w I ba .-, ii f prepaid in ba'Hv in .ro .1.. Uitclll lis. We fh'lH t,, ,i I no '.il- t" iluKcs and , , 1 1 ..in ill' I- ' I" n ''- ' Il , .11 II a be I I ' u li.it1 mnl In1 DECORATION AND MEMORIAL DAY I .lll.l-i'V, ',nc- .'.illllilill.l.llili. Mn 111. 1'llT. ii.i,.l, lc.nl . ill lic-l I t ill pilM'i.i! lil HI -1 1 1 the tlu- Att -'alill-lie .l ' 1 1 1 1 -1 1 l . -III u it in i .'i .in n .- I. lui . i ! If'!' llf.' '..li.l, .ill! ri"lll.'.ill ll.l t it-t r in tl, Ml t. it . .11 Ti ll 'I i I ... M .,1 II. I,. - iill'l 1 1 1 --J .l . ll'.l ,i..'. I..- ....ret in2 M.,it ,i .i i.li-e Ve. liv all our ilo ..'iiivcs ul' inir . ! lint inns nine llll.lt ,,t ,l IIIM I tl, 1 7 I II ii,i ! ste.l : ;t(.hi Seel i I. I li ..I . T'lT. I'.I.'O. i,i M,il. I bin emise.l It S.llltll t II. I'e I.IMM'.Y. I l.iVel'In.r. PlMii'rrnvoij dealer or from us. '-sx:- II' a L.?-- tTryTderTMhrr'3 paper rnay scuire Outfit reMitt- ! tWTi.,m Ouplrs DmitM liir wMb -rhrt Amrt. CM lrv litidl 4tltr vr4, trofj.pin ttttaxli-. and ft Uurhani Du pU Iu.n, trbd la i poprr rnay secure .i! ZK00..iniri mi m& OUIIN6TMI Lirt Or TMII'OVeWTIMMlNT PURHAtM DUPLEX RAZOR CO. JfpsfyCitv N J. A t -?fr. t. i & i Jgta,fw,..,.,n.ij) 1, ' i )' F t -El iv-r r-liL. .... J- . wtTMkVta,.'Mar- y. TL II. it '111111', and all tuner Henry haul haggagc tilings: He comes at your calling aa hat mi tlinlr wings. 1 Ills motto Is iinnnidisBsa; III ert 1 la Tnri lllniHtfr nn want lilm ual ihone MMMJIIUJ -MNi:. Mlil.lM's li I II I s M, M III ii: e 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 I Iiml. - II, li I pi I, l hi i not e't uier or dealer would put ioW II I '-it . 1 l.i' V"lk I! ClilllU "os ..I t i .. j ,ht t ,i 1 1 a. r i..t too i w ..It .i -lei.li.ii, (,... h'.ile .1., ul li,, I. SOT l A lt)kV(. M(MII SiicaUiuK "f the lght enlistments gnwu iii-l. I lie uv oik KMiiuig lost ing pi "I n, ,t , d. i '"" l i if.- teinit ci ii ,i . ul!. w itl sab . 'l b' ' " '"' i In ... . Il is hop Will ... .I'M '.l.ppol 1 1, i 1 1,.. I. It 1.1 II 11 iio- At t'" I1"'" ' , !.. , ., not .11"' nt i e Ii ib"1 ' tbe .aloe: of niea bv HiipplN inn " I" -Tin. Plan I n gi-ly upon tbe ' I an lea ill'" lli.ll tlltCt'C"! I.. i Hied im. Icr Hie . onli ol the local methods of disti ib . tl (' ! iir.l I to. I ,1 ll.l g.'l . re idy llic . wt ' I 'if 'I I,. Summer Happiness r i. !, r li.l.i il .lie i . ii , .1 lii'-U"ti ' .1 tu..' tl .Mill' tli - Il I- 111 I I I" l.llil.l . It. 11.' , - II. .i . ' I ' 1 ' .in I I' ll t II. -Ill t 1 ill I I" I a iignlils.i n toil lie. I il. pi lid I.'I .. .,ll l lll-ll W Ilo il ' in it ilium. 1 1 ' 1 1 ' ii I torn ill li ,i i, . It iti. ,i,i :. , i i i I.. V I.I.' ir, in. i i 1 1 1 1 w rii i.i 1 1 -1 I II Oil li .llsl I I ! 1 1 1 1 ' 'III' sel'V , . , In, I i 1,-11 .1 II .1 I I mi Will el.i . nil -III I'll I I ir ' ii: ii- nli. n ii.n i in i Iii III W i I li - il I., in; Hi Inn. i l'ii'.: Illl.ll I'll jI.hIIs will depots. II loll " ariaiigiiiK Need Help? Try Vnt Ad. Albuquerque Gas, Electric I'hcne 98 Light & Power Co. TODAY IS A TO PAY US A VISIT U,imwwti v dt . . , b jirv t..ii and the full Mi cum h ii T general ..(fids and i.tlo- - wd, maiiiluiiicd -' "'" 1 dfiiuai;, iynii, pie. advli-e in t-o. (ot