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It Was a Difficult Matter
Bring ADout an Agree
ment That Would
Washington. Aug. 30. It is less
difiicult ii.xv than when Congress mis
iu s, ssion la lake a dispassionate view
(i, t.if tariff situation, and to ucig i
the eontlictinii ilpmands of om- sec
tion of the country against ' those of
the other sections, in this way ex
plaining the results nnd the diseon
t. iu thut has been so much in evi
d, n. o.
Consid-rinB nil the difficulties that
v-ie In the way, conservative nun in
this city believe that the Payne tariff
l.i a is not half bs bad as it might
easMv have been. These men are not
themselves satisfied with the law. jut
they have a broad outlook on the tar
iff tdtuation. and are thankful t.nu
the laws Is as good as it Is. To spec
At least one-third of the total mem
bership of both house of Congress
.is made up of men who are honestly
in favor of a high tariff, and whose
constituents are also in favor of it.
This was one of the chief difficulties
in the way of downward revision.
These high-tariff men and their con
stituents are Just am honest in their
opinion as the low-tariff men and
their constituents. They are finding
almost as much fault with the Payne
law an the low-tariff men are finding
with it. and some of them will have
trouble at home explaining to disap
colnted constituents why certain
things happened in the way of down
The high-tariff section of the coun
try embrace, roughly speaking, the
whole of New England, New York,
New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware,
the nine Intermountaln and Pacific
coast Mates, and sporadic congrej-
' clonal districts in the south and mid
die west. The representation of this
high-tariff section of the country Is
as has already been stated, about 1-J
of the total membership of each
house. It was just as unyielding Iu
the poshion it took as the Insurgents
of the middle west were ' unyielding
In their position. Each side accurate
ly represented the wishes of the ma
jority of its people, and each took
all that it had the power to get.
It would never be possible, under
any kln-J of tariff revision, to recon
cile these sections, and just as long
as on the one side the people deman 1
high protection and on the other re
vision downward any attempt to re
vise thy tariff will result in a deadly
clash nut primarily of the member
ot the Senate and House from these
section, but between the bectlons
Ihenixelvt s; and woe betide the mem
ber rejire.-enting either section whs
at such time is unfaithful to his trust.
It is hardly probable that the time
will ever come when a majority of
lU-publicans elected to the two houses
of Congress wi)l favor revision down
ward to the extent demanded jy ttw
i"i ntr.il wr-l. It is. of course, pos
sible, but nobody h re' expects it i
Til--' middle west downward revi
sionists may somewhat increase their
following, as they confidently cxpevi
to do, but a good many increase
would have to be brought about bJ
fore the low tariff men, among Re
publicans, would Ue in control of
l ither house.
In the .Senate this overthrow of the
high protection forces would be niucu
more difficult than in the House, to."
the ate has enual representation,
and the small slates of the east, wiili
their two senators each, would bo
able for a long time to hold oat
against th-ir more populous sister
utales of the middle wist, alcui with
two senators each. An upheaval with
in the Kc publican party might a'
niost. or quite, give the control .if
the House to downward revisionists.
Imt such an upheaval might not make
any impression worth considering in
Uluit Payne- U(v I.
The tariff bill, now a law, passed
in review every business enterprise in
the country, and the corporations, big
und little, went through the ordeul
with ifen iii ne dread. Where the ell
outy on u given commodity was re
4uioe,l the niaiiv motile interested as
m li nr..
stock were satisfied, jj
dutv- waii lowered them
ul tj that embraced a mucii
numhi-r of people than any
nil the antagonism of busi
.sis. the resultant coiilli.-t
! -.land-, and the forthcoming los
edit- li. n the iluties were to be
:-,,, the I'ayne tariff law Was
It is a protection measure, as
. . it ers said it would be. That
. more highly protective than cer
i s.ili 'iis of the country approve
I i... r.ul that il reflects fairly
; -ie average- business sense of the
dry, speaking broadly, nobody in
, ii v seriously denies.
the Insurgents, or rather th
urefsives. of the middle we-st
stronger in the finaie io.
might have wi'uri'd a larger paring
duties which they regard as
4Xesslve, but that such a pa.''.i;i
di'wn would have brought loud pro
tista iroin other sertloiiH Is also true.
In vi. w of the presence In th -
.Sixty-first Congress of S3 per cent of
Itei'iiblieans favorable to high protec
tion, and of the industrial expansion
of the uast dozen years, Washington.
from a pun
us was to
look at these questions
lv national print of view
I'ayne law was as good
have been expected. It
carried lower duties In
but this would only have
ien possible through a change or
... renn, l in the Senate, back ff
which would have been a channe or
protection opinion In the state-a them
Inv TnrifT Improbable.
Sctmtor Cummins and the nth t
progressives may do something l'
make the low tariff and the high tar
ill forces in the Senate more nearly
liial In strength than they were dur
ing the late session ot uongre sn. om
Washington does not see how it will
ever be possible for them to (jiii.i
control of that hoily.
The point of view of this city Is
given herewith, and not with refer
ence to meeting liio peculiar views oi
iiiiy particular -section. It Is o pre-
.-inted in the belief that as ronm or
these particular sections are nble to
something of the country ns a
whole in tariff matters, tney will
orrespondinitly aide to see, that f
ither the high protection or the low
protection Interests had been able o
have its way this year, there wou i
wtth'wit doubt have resulted wide
spread loss to many millions of the
people. The Payne law tried to stHK"
middle ground between the two po
sitions, and w hile it elkin I succeeo
to any alarming degree. It certainly
is a better law than It would be bad
the high protectionists or the low
protectionists had their way in every
thing. This is the philosophy of the tariff
situation is it Is being worked out
y disinterested people in this city. .
Wall btreet Fluctuates as Rail
road Magnate Dictates.
New Tork, Aug. 30. Disappoint
ment felt at the unwillingness or In
ability of Edward H. Harriman to
proceed with the much-discussed
plans for the segregation of the in
vestment assets of the Cnlon Pacific
Railroad company anil for Increasing
the value of the issues of the Harri
man Pacifies, together with the fear
I that his greatly weakened condition
may compel him to retire permanent
ly from the active management of (
these propertle-8, If not from business
of every character, Induced many
holders of these stocks to indulge in
heavy unloading operations In the
New. York stock exchange during the
past week, thereby demoralizing tem
porarily not only these securities but
also numerous other issues in the
railroad and industrial groups, which
at length began to crumble under the
extensive selling pressure1. The lead
ing bunking ami financial interests
feared to offer their support until the
force of this wave of liquidation was
spent, but they plucked up sufficient
courage to cheek the selling move
ment by making large purchases in
almost all parts nf the list.
Cnlon Pacific naturally was ' the
worst sufferer from the raids made
by the bear element as the special
incentive for raising its price to higher
levels has disappeared with the state
ment made by Mr. Harriman that he
had no intention of doing anything
within the near future In regard to
this road's segregation of assets plan.
Hig blocks of this stock were tltrown
upon the market and no material part
of them was taken even by "lnsidnrs."
Southern Pacific naturally sold off
heavily and cspcclaly rabid attacks
we-re made on Steel common. New
York Central and the Erics, all of
which dropped sharply until some
The time draws near for the nota
tion if very important railroad loans.
The order of their appeuranee can
not y t be definitely .outlined, but It
Is uelieved that the huge Ooiild ap
plication for money to rehabilitate
.Missouri Pacific ami allied lines will
open the fall borrowing season, this
issue may astonish Wall street by it
size. Then I'enusi lvania will sell not
less than $sn litin.lillu and perhaps up
wards of Jimi, nun, nun stock to take
up tli $ii. line, mm obligations that
mature next year; as was first stated
months ago, tin. bond issue originally
planned has been discarded in favor
of stocks. The Harriman sjstem will
by and by need additional funds for Its
Inces-.int expansion. The Vunderhilt
roads niunt also visit the money mar
ket sooner rather than later. These
four systems aie likely to provide for
imt less than I.T.u (iiiu.diii) before
many months piiss. The wholesale
foreign borrowing by our ' leading
hankers has undoubtedly been jntlu-
eiu t d by the know n n ouirviiietil of
nur own enterprises, for obviously
Wall street's demands, plus the needs
of the south mid west, could not have
been exclusively supplied at home
without reducing surplus funds 'si
seriously that heavy corporate nn
government borring could scarcely
have fal'ail to bring about monetary
striiigeiw v, which I" turn would have
gruvelv Interfered with the stock mar
ket nlans of nur financiers. It is not
r.l all certain even now that the cap!
tal reuuired by our leading railroads
can be raised without materially rols
fug inn rest rates.
Huge rail orders for 1910 delivery
and a r. cord breaking pig iron pro
diiction were the features of the last
week In the Iron Hlid steel Industries
Vhe I'enusi lvania Steel company ha
received an order for ld.Oflii tons
steel lor structural bridge work from
the New York, Westchester and P.os
t in Itailroad tsimpuny, w hleh Is eon
trolled by the New York, New Haven
Hartford. This order will amount
In the aggregate close to $1.5n0,no0
This company lias also received an
irder finm the New York Central for
steel frogs and switches, amounting
to several hundredthouaand dollar
FOR. THE BIG
Valuable Prizes Are Offered
for Different Classes of
All the Territory's
Wednesday. Oct. 13. has been desig
nated as "Denver lVst Day" ut the
territorial fair, which will be held in
this city Oct. 11-16. und from ull In
dications, the duy will be one filled to
the brim with delightful and uuUr
tainlng events. A special flight will
be made by the airship on that day
and numerous other features which
will be announced later, will udd to
the day's enjoyment.
The premium list on the various
classes of exhibits which will he
shown during the fair, has already
been Issued. The prizes range from
$1 to $i0. In regard to the transpor
tation rates on exhibits, the circular
says in part:
"Full tariff must bo paid to Albu-
nuerque and w hi n the shipments are
returned over the Santa Ee to point
of origin they are handled free when
the proper certificate Is furnished by
the secretary of the fair that the ship
ment was on exhibit. ,
"On all perishable freight, such as
fruits, that are found worthless by
reason of their perishable nuture the
Kanta Fe will refund the amount of
the freight bill showlrg freight
charges to Albuquerque and accom
panied by certificate of the necretary
of the fair, setting forth that proper
ty has been on exhibition and not
changed hands and Is unlit for trans
portation." Entries are urged to be made as
early as possible In al classes and no
entry fee will be charged on exhibits.
The management of the, fair will
take every precaution to Insure the
safety of all exhibits, but call assume
no responsibility lor damage or los.
Exhibitors must sue to the delivery
of their exhibits and the placing of
the same under the direction of the
Many conventions are on the pro
gram for the week of Oct. 11-16
among which are the following:
flrnnd Lodge I. O. O. F.
Hebccca Assembly. '
rirand Encampment I. O. O. F.
Traveling Men's Iicunion.
Nfiv Mexico Cattk & Horse Or
(ireat Council of the Improved Or,-
der of lied Men.
Knights of Pythias'.
New Mexico Funeral Directors and
em bal mors' association.
in regard to the Industrial und re
sources exhibit, the pamphlet Issued
by the fair association officials reads
as follows: - .
Exhibits are divided Into four class
es: 1. Minerals. 2. drains. 3. Fruits.
4. Vegetables. All entries for pre
miums must be made under some
of these classes.
County prizes. Cash prizes will be
given for the best county exhibits as
follows: First prize, $200; second
JJOO; third. $'.0; fourth. $25.
To compete for a county prize the
county exhibit must show In nt least
three classes. In judging county ex
hibits, classes will be graded on the
score of ten points, varieties in each
class will be graded on the score of
Cured by Lydia E. Pink-
ham svegetable Compound
Milwaukee. Wis. "Lydia E. rink-
ham's Vetretable Compound haa made
a well woman.
and I would like to
of it. I suffered
and fearful rains in
my back. I had the
uesi doctors ana
they all decided
that I had a tumor
in addition to my
female trouble, and
1'iukhain b Vegetable Compound mada
me a well woman and 1 have no more
backache. 1 hope 1 can help others by
telL.fsr them what Lvdia E. nnkham's
Veg-etabla Compound lias none ror
me." M its. f.mmaImse, KJ3 iirst bt,
The above is only one or the tnou-
sands of grateful letters which are
constantly being received by the
lmwham Medicine company or i.ynn.
Mass., which prove beyond a doubt that
Lydia E. l'inkham's Vegetable Com
pound, made from roots and herbs,
actually does cure these obstinate dis
eases of women after all other means
have failed, and that every such suf
ering woman owes it to herself to at
least (rive Lydia E- l'inkham's Vegeta
ble Compound a trial before submit
ting to an operation, or giving up
hote of recovery.
Mrs. l'inkliuiii of Lynn, Mass.,
Invites all Kick women to w rite
hir fr aelvlee. She 1ms trttlded
tlioiianl to health aiiel her
advice is free.
I .4,."y V v -j advised
ll.ee- - '' -'-"l tlon.
twenty pelnts. Quality will bo graded
on the score of seventy points.
County ixhii.iU may Include any
number of Individual exhibits compi t
Ing for Individual prizes. Exhibits
must bo In place by 10 a. m., Oct. 11.
Individual Exhibits Individual e x
lublts compiling for prizes may be
elispluycd In i oliliecll n with the
county ixhil'it. but should In- entered
on separate blanks for I ho Individual
lie st display
if M ineralH
. J .'iH. 0 1)
t las (.ruins.
iiil exhibit of
l:. si Individ.,
la si In ears
IJet peek id
.. Peek CI
10 eai -bail:
f corn t,
,.f pop coin
hale gi annua hay . ;
bale o ,t hay
bale w heat bay
displiu of cuttings of for
a''e plai ts
1-2 dozen cantaloups 1
display vegetables aggre
gating 2.V) pounds
Second prize . . .
dozen table beets
string chill 2.50
Second best string chili 1.00
best peck beans . . . 1.00
peck sweet potatoes
Best Individual display of fruits
, display of apples on plates
, display of pears on plates .
, eli8play of peaches on plates
, display of quinces on plates
, display of plums on plates
, display of grapes on plates
Great preparations are also
made for "Hull Durham Day," which
will be on Oct. 15. On that day the
2:12 pace for a purse of $1,000 will be
run and together with a number of
other events, planned by the fair as
sociation officials, the day promises to
be one of the most enjoyable of the
Territory of New Mexico. Oftlce fit
CKimi lCATE OF COMPARISON'.
I, Nathan Jaffa, Secretary of the
Territory of New Mexico, do hereby
certify that , there was Hied for rec-
e rd In tills office at ten o'clock a. m ,
on the twenty-first day of August. A.
rllcles or Incorporation of Mould
western Townsito Company.
fnd also, that I have compared the
following copy of the same, with the
original thereof now on file, and de
clare it to be u correct transcript
therefrom and of the whole theieor.
(liven under my hand and the.
Great Seal of the Territory of New
Mexico, at tiie City of Santa Fe-. tin;
Capital, on this 2 lPt day of August,
A. D. lDOU.
(Seal.) NATHAN JAFFA,
Secretary of New Mexico.
Certificate of Incorporation. of South-
VM'SUTii Towiisilo Company.
This is to certify that we, the un
dersigned, do hereby associate our
selves into a corporation under and
by virtue of the provision of an Act
of the legislative Assembly of the
Territory of New Mexico, entitled "An
Act to Itegulate the Formation and
Government of Corporations for Min
ing. Manufacturing. Industrial and
Other Purnuits." approved March 15.
1!'05. and all acts amendatory there
of, and supplemental thereto, for the
purposes hereinafter mentioned, and
to that e nd we do by this, our certifi
cate, set forth:
First; The name of the corpora
tion is Southwestern Townsite Com
pany. Second: The location of the prin
cipal office In this Territory is at 31
314 Ktricklcr building, in the City ol
Albuiucriue, in the County of Her
r.allllo. The name of the agent there
in and in charge thereof, upon
whom process against the Company
may be served, i F.dwin Z. Hoss.
The corporation shall have fu I
power anil authority to conduct lis
business in all Its branches, have one
or more offices, keep the books of the
corporation (except the stock and
transfer books),' und uulimitcdly to
lipid, purchase, mortgage and convey
real and personal property outside
the Territory of New Mexico, iu any
and all of the several states and ler
ritorii s of the Cnited States of Amer
ica, and in such places as may, du -
ing the existence of this corporation
compose or be acoulred or coiitrolle 1
l.y said Cnited States of Anu rl .!
nd In such foreign countries as shall
tnim time to time, be found neces
sary or desirable fei Uie purpose o
the corporation's business.
Third: The objects for which Ci
corporation is formed, said object
being construed also as powers, nr.'
(ill To acquire by devise, heipiest,
purchase, lease, or otherwise, and l i
take, hold, erect, construct, rebuild.
enlarge, alter, improve, operate ar..l
maintain houses, hotels, warehous s,
elevators, buildings, railroads wagon
roads, tramways, irrigating ditches,
canals, dams, reservoirs and irrigation
works, of any and every nature, v
any land of the Company, or upon
any other land: and to colonize an1
(b) To lay off land Into towr -
sites, blocks, lots, streets, alleys, av
enues, common and parks.
(el To engage Iu mining, man i
facturing. merchandising and olh r
(d To construct, acquire,
maintain and operate tele-phone-
(e To produce, purchase
and deal In agricultural and
products of all kinds.
(f To apply for, receive,
gage, sell and handle right
franchUes of every name and i
" -II t-
1 1 " I
coming of the old
from the Government of the Unit-.-.l
States or of the Territory of Ne v
Mexico, or from any other govern
ment or governmental division.
(g) To manufacture, generate,
buy. sell, lease, store, transmit a'ld
distribute electric current for lighting,
power, heating and display and euch
other purposes as may be necessary
or convenient for any of the purposed
of the corporation, and to manufac
ture, own. purchase, cll, mortgage,
lease, sublet and deal In machinery,
devices and apparatus of all kinds
for manufacturing generating, stor
ing, transmitting, distributing, cm
viylng and using electricity.
(ID To enter Into, make, perforin
tmd carry out contracts ami other un
dertakings, of any and every kind,
with any person, llrm, association or
corporation engaged in any businii
similar to or relating to that referred
to in this section (being Section
Third hereof), or with any perso-i,
firm, associatiein or corporation en
gaged in any business of any kind
Ill To ourchase or otherwise ac
quire, hold, own, mortgage, pledge.
si II, leane, sublet, assign and trans
fer goods, wares and merchandise.
stocks (including its own), bonds, se
curities and eibligations, contract
rights, grants, concessions, franchises,
shop licenses, live stock, real estate
mil interests therein, of any and
every kind and description, and to de
liver in payment or payment th.r"-
for securltii of any corporation, in
cluding its own, as well as of any
ivernnient or state of any municipal
corporation, whether the said secur
ities shall be bonds, mortgages, deb
entures, notes, obligations or shares
t capital Mtock. and also to receive
i payment for any eif the foregoing
the like securities of any corpora
tion, including its own, or ol any gov
ernment,, state or municipal corpora
run; and to draw, make, accept, en
dorse, cause to be discounted, exe
cute and issue promissory note's, inns
of exchange, warrants, bonds, debi ii-
tuiis and other negotiable inrdru-
(J To do any and every thin;
r.ecessary or convenient for the- ac
compli.shment of any of the' purposes
or the- attainment of any of the "b-
i, ( is hereinabove e numerated, e itner
for itself or as agent for any person.
llrm or corporation, mid either aloii,
or in association with other corpora
tions or with any firm or individual
and in general to engage- in any am:
,n I:ia'iiI hosiiie.es whie-h inav be
ssarv or convenient in e.irijui
oti the liusiiiess of this corporation.
and to do any and every act or thin;
incidi ntal to, growing out of. or gi T
main' to any of the- foregoing pur
poses or objects, or any part or parts
thereof. It be ing expressly provi-b c
that the foregoing enumeration o
specific powe rs i-hiill not be h ld t'
limit or restrict in any manner lb
general powers of the Company.
Ikl To aeuuire a foreign domici'i
ml procure the corporation to be in
orpoi-ated. registered or recognize
urn CURE thi LUNCS
wth Dr. King's
AND lt THH0TsrilUv.TH0JI.FS.
OK KONEY KJ.rCl.PM).
is Nigh This Summer
has something te do with the
in any foreign country, state or pos
session. Fourt:i: The amount of the total
authorized capital stock of the cor
poration is Seventy-Five Thousatil
((.'i.'MHi) Dollars, which Is divided
Into Seven Hundred and Fifty shares
of the par vulue of One Hundred
( lull i 1 Miliars per share.
The amount of the capital stock
with which the Company will bi'gin
busiiu ss is Two Thousand (2,000)
Fifth: The names and resleleneen
of the incorporators, und the number
of shares ubscribed for by each aro
as follows, to-wit:
I toy F
N. M 1 ehar-i
George U. Huberts, Albu-
iiueriiic. N. M 1 share
George K. Patrldge, Albu
querque'. N. M IS shares
Sixth: The date on which the ex
istence eif the corporation shall begin
Is the (bite of the filing for record
of ii copy of this Certificate of Incor
poration, eiuiy ciriinea Dy tne oec-
tary of the Territory, In the office
tin- recorder of Bernalillo County,
New Mexico, and it shall continue
lor Kilty (.10) years.
-ve-ntli: The following powers
and limitations upon the btockhold-
rs anil Ltourd of Directors arc here
(1) All officers and agents shall be-
pcciul agents with limited and re
stricted powers and only with such
lulhority as shall be in conformity
with this Certificate of Incorpora-
ion, and be expressly named or au
thorized in the l'.y-Luws of the Com-
(J) The business and affairs ot
he corporation ediall be managed anil
utrulled by a Hoard of Directors in
ii e oi'iiaiii c w iin tnii provision or i,vs
CcrliUcuti! and of the Hy-Laws.
(:t) The Directors may hold their
meetings ouiside ot the Territory or
(1) The corporation may. in its
!y-L,aws, prescribe the number nec
ssary to constitute a quorum of its
:oard of Directors, which nuin'nev
may tic lesci man a majority ot tno
whole number, and the Hoard of Dl-
ctors shall have power, without the
si nt or vote of the stockholders, to
make, alter and rescind the Uy-luws
ol Hie corporation and to Increase or
ib e lease tin' number of Hirectorg in
the manner provideel in the I!y-I.uws,
nd in the bt itutc lu such case- made
and provided; to fix anil dttirmiin,
from time to time, and to vary, tl-.J
sum to be r, served, ove r anel above
the capital stock paid in, as a work
ing capital, be fore ih'claring any div
ide lids upon the capital stock of t.i
Conipany, and to determine 'hi
amount of any divbbinl and whether
the dividend shall be- paiel annually.
i mi-.inmia'ly eir eiuart' i-ly; to au
thorize', and cause' to be- executed,
mortgages and b as, s. without limit
as to the amount, upon the real and
personal property of the i-orporation.
C) The IJoiirel eif Diree-iors. by a.t
afliriuative vole- of the' whole Hoard,
may appoint from the Directors an
executive Committee, of which a nia
ji rity shall constitute- a quorum, ami
to csiie-li extent as snail be- provided
in the lly-I.aws such Committee shall
have-, iiud may e-xeivise' all or any of
the powers of the Hoard of I lirei'tors.
including the power to cause' the seal
of the- corporation to be affixed to
;,U papers Unit may require' it.
In wiim ss whereof w- have !n-r -unto
set our hands and seals this
.'nib day of August A. D.. I'lir.t
ltV F. HAI-H (Seal).
liKOIti; F. It. UnHKKTS IS. all.
ilKnlti'ii: It. I'ATKIDi'.l-: (Seall.
Te rriteiry eif New Mexico, i "equity of
Itefore me Claude llutto. a Notary
scraps which are taking place on
Public In and for said County an I.
Territory, on this 20th day of Au
gust, A. D. 1909, personally carao
Hoy F. Hall, George It. Roberts and
Ceorye K. Patrldge, who are known
to me to be the Identical persons who
are de-scribed in and who executed
the foregoing instrument, and "who,
being by me duly eworn, severally
acknowledged that they signed, sealed
and delivered the same as their frea
and voluntary act and deed for the
uses and purposes therein set forth.
Given under my hand and notarial
seal the day and year above written.
My commission expires March 19th,
A. I).. 1912.
(Seal.) CLAUDE HUTTO.
Endorsed: No. 60S 4. Cor. Rec'd.
Vol. 6, Page 6. Articles of Incorpo
ration of Southwestern Townsite
Filed in office (r Secretary of N'esV
Mexico. Aug. 21. 1909. 10 a. m.
NATHAN JAFFA. Secretary. 1
Compureel N. J. to O.
Territory of New Mexico. County of
This instrument was filed for res-,
on! on the 23rd day of August, 1909,
at 9:00 o'clock a. m.
Recorded in Vol. "IV Misc. of RC3
crds of said County, folio 520.
A. K. WALKER, Recorder.
Tlicy Are- AlliiKim-reiue Pi-oplc
hat They Say Is of Uocl
When an incident like tli- follow
ing occurs right here at hoine, it a'4
bound to carry weight with our
leaders. So many strange occur
rences go the rounds of the press;
are- published as facts, pe-ople become
skeptical, i in one ubji-ct skepticism
is rapidly disappearing This is due
to the actual e-xperie-nci- of our cltl-'.e-ns.
and llii'ir public utterances re- f
gareling them. Tin- doiibtor must
doubt no more' In the face- of such
evidence as this. The public state
ment of a reputable citizen living
right at home-, one whom you can
see every day. b-avi's no ground for
tin skeptic to stand on.
J. M. Vie-krey. 2T E. Central ave.,
Albuquerque. N. M . says: "I do not
hesitate to recommend I loan's Kidney ,
Pills, as I iim satislled that they are j
an excedlent medicine' for backache I
nd kidney trouble-. Th- ir effect In
my case was immediate- relief from,
backache being given by one dose. l(
know of anothe r case w here- they were
used for pain in the back that was
cuiis-d by disordered kidneys. Such
positive benefit WHS ootaillcel
then- was no o'li'slbui as to
w orth. I ran vouch for I loan's
l e v Pills iii the highest terms."
For side by all dealer. Price :,0
re nis. Foster-M ilbarn Co.. Iiuffalo.
N'e w York sole au- .'ils for the- Cnlte-d
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. 63
Ilalr Dresser and ClUropodlst.
Mrs. Bambini, at her parlors op
posite the Alvarado and next door to )
Sturges 'cafe. Is prepared to glv
thorough scalp treatment, do hair
dressing, treat corns, bunions and
Ingrown nails. She gives m as sags
tte-atment and manicuring. Mrs.
bambini a own preparation of com
plexion cream builds up the skin anil
Improves the eomnx'on, and tu
guaranteed not to be Injurious. She
also prepares hair tonic and cures
nd prevents dandruff and hair fall
ing out, restores life t dead hair, re
moves mole, wart and superfluous
hair. For any blemish of the fa1;
rail and consult Mrs. Bambini. .
We DARN' your k-W. Mt'BB3