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SURETY INVESTMENT COMPANY
W. H. Greer, Pres. Solomon Luna, V-Pres. M, W. Flournoy, Sec. D. K. B. Sellers, Mgr.
FINE FOR THE YELLOW MAN
THE NtW MEXICO
FIRST CAVALRY BAND TRANS
FERRED TO ARTILLERY NEW
STYLE OF UNIFORM.
SECRETARY TAFT ARGUES THAT THERE SHOULD NOT BE A TOO
THE EXCLUSION ACT. NEWS ITEM.
RIGID ENFORCEMENT OF
ENABLES DEAF TO ENJOY
WANTED TO SLEEP.
Curious That a Tired Preacher Should
Have Such Desire.
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The following general orders, No
11, nave been Issued from the office
of Adjutant General A. P. Tarklng-
ton, of the New Mexico National
1. The band stationed at Santa Fe,
and known as the First Cavalry band,
Is transferred from the First squadron
of cavalry to the artillery arm, and
In compliance with section 19, of
chapter 101, Laws of New Mexico,
1905, will be known as the Artillery
band, or Governor's band, to take ef
fect July 6, 1905.
2. Commencing July 15, 1905, a
uniform of khaki colored cotton ma
terial will be Issued to the National
Guard of New Mexico. This uniform
will be designated "service uniform," j
In orders and correspondence, and for,
enlisted men will consist of khaki.
coat, trouseis, logging and campaign
hat, with hat cord, which should be'
sewed fast to liat. The number of
regiment or squadron and letter of.
company, troop or corps device, made
of dull finish, bronze metal to be
placed on the front part of the crown,
the number to be above the letter.
Color ornaments, consisting of the
regimental or squadron insignia of
dull finish bronze metal with letter of
company or troop In lower angle, will
be worn on the collar of the service
coat, placed at a distance of one Inch
from each end of the collar.
The new style chevron as lnaupd,
will be placed on coats with points up.
3. The service uniform for officers
will consist of campaign hat. (to
have no ornaments whatever),, or
service cap. The hat cord as used by
officers of like grades in the U. S.
army will be worn with the hat.
Coat of olive drab, woolen or k'nakl
colored cotton material, with collar
ornament, consisting of the insignia
of the regiment, squadron or depart
ment, with the letters "N. M." each
followed by a period, to be worn one
Inch from each end of the collar and
to be of dull finish bronze metal. In
signia of rank to be worn on sTioulder
strap as worn by officers of like grades
In the U. S. army.
Service trouseis of olive drab wool
en or khaki colored cotton material,
to match the coat, without stripe,
welt or cord, or service breeches of
olive drab woolen or khaki colored
Cotton material to match the coat.
SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
First National Bank
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE 30, '05
Loans and Discounts $1,198,504.92
Bonds, Stocks, Real Estate ' 55,428.12
Banking House and Furniture 88,500.00
United States Bonds....! 323,000.00
Cash and Exchange 1,265,732.12 1,588,732.12
Capital and Profits $ 259,40442
Circulation , 200,000.00
Dividend No. 38 20,000.00
Total 828 1,1 65.16
DEPOSITORY OF THE A., T. & S. F. .RAILWAY SYSTEM
A minister speaks of flie curious
effect of Grape-Nuts food on him, and
how it has relieved him.
"You will doubtless understand how
this suffering with indigestion, with
which I used to be troubled, made; without stripe, welt or cord
my work an almost unenduiable bur-! made the same as worn by officers in
den, and why It was that after my
Sabbath dutleB had been performed,
sleep was a stranger to my pillow un
til nearly daylight.
"I had to be very careful as to what
I ate, and even with all my care I ex
perienced poignfant physical dis
tress after meals, and my food never
"Six months have elapsed since I
began to use Grape-Nuts food, and the
benefits I have derived from It are
veiy definite. I no longer suffer from
indigestion, and I began to improve
from the time Orape-Nuts appeared on only
our table. I find that by eating a
dish of it after my Sabbath work Is
the U. S. army.
Legglns for all officers of russet
leather of the pattern known aa the
"strap puttee." Mounted officers may
substitute russet leather boots. In
: the field a canvas b'ggin as worn by
for use with service uniform of rus
The blue uniform now being worn
by enlisted men, and the dress uni
form being worn by officers, will con
tinue to bo worn on dress occasions,
and members of the governor's staff
are required to provide them-
' splvoa with iha full rirfea nntfrtrm
which conesponds to the full dress
O. F. C
BOTTLED IN BOND.
THE GEO. T, STAGG CO,,
Albuquerque, New Mexico
AUTOMATIC PHONE 199.
done, (and I always do so now), my uniform as worn by the officers of
nerves are quieted and rest and re- 'ike grade in the I S. army, with the
freshing sleep are Insured me. I feel exception that all buttons on full
that I could not possibly do without dress coat shall be stamped with the
Grape-Nuts food, now that I know Its roat f "" of the territory of New
value. It Is Invariably on our table Mexico, Instead of the coat of arms
we feel that we need It to complete of 'he United States,
the meal and our childsen will eati Members of the governor's staff,
Grape-Nuts when they cannot be per-' the exception of the adjutant
San Francisco, Cal., July 13. The
installation of a contrivance that en
ables the tieaf to hear as well as
those blessed with unimpaired aural
organs, Is the innovation of a local
The device Is a recent invention.
On the stage is placed a transmit
ter, which is small and compact.
Wires run from this to certain seats
in the auditorium and, are connected
with an apparatus lesembllng the or
dinary telephone. When the ear
piece is in position, the deaf, by means
of the vibration of sound produced by
the appliance, can hfar perfectly. .
A party of children, deaf since
birth, were entertained at the thea
ter a few davs auo with the aid of
the device, and they heard music for!
tne first time In tneir lives.
sua rted to eat anything else."
given by Post urn Co., Battle
There's a reason.
Read the famous little look, "The
Road to Wellville," in each package.
SHOULD BE HELD
The weather bureau's weekly crop
In the districts east of the Rocky
mountains temperature conditions cn Tuesday evening after band prac
were generally favorable. There was . ,, . . .
no rain in the Rocky mountain andUc'' an,, an eptionally good lot
Pacific coast regions. In central and ! of officers was chosen, says the Op
northern California and portions oftlc-
Oregon ana wasmngton, intense heat I B. Mi:iroy was elected temporary
Band Elects Officers.
The election of officers of the
I .as Vegas Military band took place
prevailed during the latter part of
the week. Spring wheat continues
promising on the north Pacific coast,
though exposed to trying heat condi
tions during the latter part of tne
With but few exceptions, a light ap
ple crop is Indicated. On the Pa
cific coast the weather has been fa
vorable for haying.
tor lorty years Pr. Fowler's Ex
tract of Wild Strawberry has been
curing summer complaint, dysentery,
riiarrhoa, bloody flux, pain in the
titomach, and it has never yet failed
to do anything claimed for It.
chairman and also president. Guy
Gatchel was elected manager; T. C.
I.ipsett, secretary; H. C. Smith, treas
urer; Robert Kaser, temporary lead
er and George Mays, thief musician.
E. Norton and &i. Benedict were
elected members of the band.
The band now numbers twenty-four
A Smooth Article.
When you And It necessary to use
alve una IeVllt'a Witch Hael Salve.
It la the purest and bent for Surea,
Burn. Bolla. Eem, Blind, Bledlng,
Itvhlna- or Protu.1ln(t pllea. Oft the gen
uine DeWltt a Witch Haxel Balva. Bold
by all d rut slate.
The Horticultural Society of New
Mexico should hold its anneal far ir
this city this fall and In time to send
n fruit exhibit to tbo territorial fair
at Albuquerque, says the New Mexi
can. This is a sugcestion made by
a prominent citizen of the capital. In
the opi.iion of this paper it Is a good
one a.id sho'ild be trrned out The
general, are nut required to provide
themselves with the servlcn uniform,
All other officers will provide them
selves with the service and dress unl
forms as early as practicable.
Ry order of MIGUEL. A. OTERO.
Governor and Commander In Chief
A. P. TARKINGTON,
The Diamond Cure.
The latest news from Parla la that
th-y have diacovered a dlamund cure fur
consumption. If you fear consumption
or pneumonia. It will, however, be beat
for you to tHke that great remedy men
tioned by . T. Atliee, of Vanleer,
Tenn. "I had a coug-h for fourteen
yeara. Nothing helped me until t took
Lir. King a New iJtm nvery for Consump
tion, CouKhj and Colda, which gave In
stant rell.-f and effected a permanent
..U am, Ma M.nn cure. i nequHlieu. quiCH cure, lor
fruit crop, as well as crops of vege- Trout ,nd LuVK Troubiea. At ail drug
tables and cereals in the valleys of glxts. Price b"C and 1, guaranteed,
the Klo Sauta Fe, of the Tesuque, of .Trial bottle free.
the Nambe, or the Pojoaque, of the I
Santa Cruz, of the Truchas, of the '
Chama as well as In the Rio Grande I
valley proper and throughout Santa
Fe, Taos and Rio Arriln coutnle-i,
ptoir.ise iareo yields of superior qual
i .- ei ( .. A very fare and
cret'itable exhibit could an I ilioiik'
be st M to the trrrltot'i. f:iir In the
Dnkf City, t,i b p.trt r,f tnu exposition
there. It tot, why no.?
Three Good and Just Reasons.
There are three reasons why mothers
prefer fine Minute Cough Cure: First,
it Is absolutely harmless; Second, It
t antes good children love It; Third. It
cures Coughs, Croup and Whooping
Cough when other remedies fall. Sold
AND CURE the LUNGS
FLn I OUGMStnd
(50; 4$ 1.00
barest an'i Cuicitest Cure tor ail
THROAT and LUTfO TROUB
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A, W. HAYDEN
Contractor and Builder
OFFICE AND FACTORY
412 West Copper Avenue
Phones, -Auto 108 ; Colo. Black 265.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
21 MEALS $4.50
(Opposite The Aljarado)
Can secure rooms by the Month,
Week or Night.
107 SOUTH FIRST STREET
R. PUCCETTI & L. GIACOMELLI,
Groceries, Cigar and Tobacco, anc
All Klnde of Fresh Meat.
No. 100 North Broadway.
Corner Washington Arenas.
Albuquerque, New Mexles.
The many friends of Mrs. Fred Sey
mour, who visited two years ago at
tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Mc
t'ord in Santa Fo, will be pleased to
learn that she Is the happy mother of
a bright baby girl, born Friday night,
at the home or her brother, Theodore,
Carter, the well known tninlnK man at
Silver City. Mrs. Seymour will prob
ably be better known under her stage
name of Louise Carter.
WITH OUR PILSNER BEER
Is what we are doing with every one who testa
its delicious flavor and strengthening qualities.
There is no warm weather beverage that can
compare with this refreshing drink on a warm
day. It is not only pleasant to. taste but is in
vigorating and wholesome. $3 per C3S8 of 2 dozen
quarts. $2 per case 2 dozen pints.
Southwestern Brewery & Ice Company-
Auto. Phone 292.
ASK FOR DIAMOND ICE
Colo. Phone 93
Auto, 'Phone No. 316 Residence Auto. 'Phone No. 209
Bell 'Phone No. 116
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COMMERCIAL OLUB BUILDING.
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Finest and best imported and domestic Cigars. j
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