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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING HERALD, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1011.
ntr
SPORTS
HOW THEY STAND.
N'ulilillill l.viiKiie,
Willi lit I'll
Nun Viillc 7.' It .ti.'l
IglltOUK" 117 II Out
PlUuiirK 7 in ,ihn
Phflrtddlnlilii HI a ,ti
81. liOUla 01 ,V. .318
Ineliimtii a oi .nu
QmBMs-li IK flii .99a
fiwiwn ;l n .2i
Anicilenit l.i'iiyui'.
Wan. IMtt. Pet.
KMlml.iii.hh. tt 42 .I7
Untftt , fl lis .0OT
fumim oi as .tit
New VrU M i' .516
Chicago 01 OH .(
t.l iiul 00 0t .300
wimrtoti it 7i .iix
1. holikl & S .102
WVMtirii Li'iiuuc.
Vm. lot I'cl.
UMVur SI II .!'
t. .! tt Sfl
WlHWtll tR UN .5 IT
f'wW T :. ;.I7
Omaha l oi 5i
SMoMX Cll II .17 3
Topohn Ml 7.S 3H1
Deg AKMiloa II '
wiiHiti: tiihv play lo.Moititow
ViiiIimuiI l.eumie.
Ituaiwn hi Itrooklyn.
Xew .irk at Philadelphia.
Chicago "I Cincinnati.
St. ImuH at Pltlnburg
Amcrli'iiu lcumm.
DlpM ut SI. I .on I
Cleveland .it 'CIiIchro
Wghlgton at New York.
Philadelphia wt ItMtOtl.
MAXDIOAI'I'HD.
Tills l Ilio CW Willi Many Albu
illi'l')il I'r4iili'.
Too many AtbwtMcniue i-ntacnn r
handicapped with bad backa. Th
unceaalng twtiii muni ci.nniaiit inla
ery. mttklmc work a burden and
looping or lining an tmpoaatblllty.
'I'hr hack aril hi at tilxlit. prevAiiling
rnfiiwhluK rest Hiu) In the morning Ib
ml If unit lam.-. Planter and lint
unmte muy give illof but cnnnm
toach the eiittec. To eliminate tha
IHilua anil aehca you tnttat cure ttiu
ktiliteyn.
DiHin'n Kidney I'tiin are for idck
kldneya.
Tile ftlllowllllf KtHtl'lHHIII NllOUllI
convince eiorj Albuquerque reader of
their offlclmy
Thniiine M. lUeii. CctrUlou 4t.. Unit
In I'd. N. Mux., enyti: "My fiillh In
Dmm'a Kidney PHI la just nn sirom?
loituy km wln.n I publicly reciimnioMl
ml thorn In lUtt. I wna eutii)l much
NHfHtini; br bachnftlw for thrwo ynm
unit my back w olten o painful
I iMtt It wan "II I could ilo to get
around. DiwhV Kidney Pllle ..ntlrr
ly relieved mr and 1 hail no return
Httiick of tlix trouble fur atx munth.
At tlml tlm' my work bruuttht on a
rpi'tiiTijiitv of Unuknchi'. 1 nl niiuo
tuiik fHMin'H Kiiliipy I'llla anil thty
anvu mi' rcltrf. A metlrlntt that
llv ut to th.' i-laliiin Hiiul..' for It
Ithv D.ihii ICl4lt I'llbi dearrvt ih
lllfftlttat endowwrnt "
lfur ml" by all lcnlra. l'rlfe 30
cttntti. riH.tfi-.llliurn t'o. Iluffwlo,
Xrw Yurk. aolo antM for tho I'nllwl
Sluluf.
Itciiivnilicr tlio iih mi1 DtMn's unil
liiku no olli'ir 1"
It's in the cards!"
School days arc hcre-and as usual we're "on deck"'
with the smartest line of togs for young men.
It's a specialty with us we take the initiative in
bringing the garments of the better class into this
community. Suits and Overcoats that appeal to the
young chap in every particular.
More care than usual has been used in choosing the
apparel we have selected this season awaiting the ap
proval of the most critical and discriminating.
FABRICS of unusual design and character.
Nobby tweeds, from Scotland; and homespuns, un
finished worsteds, and smart chevioW mixtures from
England and America.
STYLES extreme with all the ooljegy" requi
sites, or more conservative with those distinguished
lines of refinement so characteristic of our clothing in
gcnral.
PRICES unquestionably the lowest arc no crit
erion of their real value, ,,
Popularity is inspiring to say the least and the
popularity of our clothing gaining more and more with
each succeeding year, only drives us to greater effort
than would otherwise be necessary to maintain our
standard.
Wc J.old the winning hand!
M. MANDEXL
15
Cnttle Inspector E. E. Vnn
Horn Returns from Trip to
Out Off Town Where He Is
Kept Busy.
Tln I'liirk inn! Mnrli v but. lu i yr
ml VhunIiii Maa irl t l 1 - i lv
Cattl.- IiHito'i-tor 1C i: Vun 1 1 -r ti uli"
rrliirn.nl from Hi. ui r t ..w n tnil.o
"Tho firm of t'litrk uml Murli v limi
not M1''il a liulc-hnr' imI itiii tin-
IIMfHTtur "Tho IM.I III. h HIT) titk.-n
hffor.- .luailci. McMlll. n of .m.tliu
anil flnd (An. Th.; rini '.ih n iinl
ml Hut I .iiilricO llii-iii t.. , tiiH, tlii ii'
ImtrlMM' ahoi iM-oauiM. I vuim ti..t -uli-fled
that thf wfrr k iUik a ''P-pir
rrcoMl of tlu i-altl.- iln i diwlil
"I hImo urnntiHl r.Mi wui url.Hs on
u rhMrai. of taking Iii.im- u. ii.naiim
to Antonio Aullar Mi "ill In kim ii
a iirfltnilmm IiciuHik 1 -iti - ri Wi
II If I'llfot'l lllll till !n . K i.m-
morr m'vir.iv th. in i'ir n.. i ul
ininilii'i' of . ii-. . r . ,iii,. i.i i.i , i l 1 1 k
III till' n'l'HI fl- Iin i Ml' t
z
TS
DISAGREE IN
HoaW' I .. At x. I In m. i
Ifla of ih, 'i.i. i ,.mIi . in ii.. i .1,.
Antral loinimli. li .i i, ih, , out t
roim h.Tr Til. mI.i H.-11II..1 I, i x . 1 1 -
uml illaHtrH.-ni.'iii l i j 1 1 ti
a l.. li th,. V'.uum .Mm-. Jiff.r-'
omIuii t'luh u hK'h ii(ii-ni.. .1 i ir'
tun li-u lion u th .I'll. ! th' i-i. j
mar n which wa nnuiu n.. ,i i
Mtuli-mlwr JSrd, biHiii' Hi i .lit' I
ll l.l.lltl.lll Willi 1. 1. i ..l ul mi
dntca ..f t "t t'O40t .miiiiiti'- :
I'htfirman V. T Join r til. ! I it
th. re wua 'i tfHUtlh,. iiKr.-i'iii' lit wil'i
olhvr 1 lfitMn.r.itlh ..itii.iiiia . w ilin Mi. I
convention n. h-hi .m th.' .Mill .r . i
ttml.i, mid aatlod 11 Hi. n u.i in
llj.(-ol I" tht ill! 1 1' T.'H tllilMlll.
of th.- iii.'iiitM'rn iri'" ni it. ' ..ii.!
thnwHihN ifiitly to Hliil.- in ii.it Hi.
c . nii-nl inHtitiH. ilwiii. liii uit
m I'llil... Howard ,r h. Y k Mm -
J.'tlrr.iiilMn I'luh at"; in' v.ili.l
tlmt th. i lull had it'i i'liil iii"ii Sc.
lumlirr tu tho 4Mti' li tin- .r im,ii
ami lltnt thv wNha of 111.- oluli inul
fttil hv oo i wall I'll, or that m'tiiim
ation would bo h.-nnl from Tin
nut th mwllHa Into un upruar II.--forn
tb loap r Ih.. m....iiim i.."
"iiiiK wotminV tor. i .(u I ni" un
n i lh dat" of the .'inn. iilii.n
Thoa,. prwt'iit W T Jo in r
rhHlrmnr. . H U Hraill.-y. It I) H.ll
if Hiwhi II, f U At.'lliiiu. n li.'M.-i
Hum l.lll. and Jim Wlllliinuon t II .
-ritiMn and John T Heull of I'lum
vi. J. A. (Mlmon- nnd John T. AUt.'ltu.
oi I'ri i lni i Xi. i and K . Scott uml
J W Alullona .f lrtflm-t No. S llo
-il, tfndiT.'il thvtr rmfMnNtlmiK.
(.'halrinaw .lnnr niuolnivd i' '
Tiinn. nhlll nnd John (. 1'i-ck. aa m, in
br lor I'rivlnct No. 2. nnd Hr f.
Wvllta fur Pri'.'lllrt No. 1. IrHVlllK a
.Ii .llli i to It.' lllloil l.il.'l-
B
HIGHER
SHOP
ORDERED CLOSED
AT VAUGHN
DEMOGRA
MEET NG
V r L y
MALOY'S
Fine Native Watermelons
lb. 1 i..c
Best Ciuttnloupcs, 7 for
25c
Native Sweet Potatoes,
2 lbs 15n
Santa Fc Cauliflor. lb 10c
Yellow Free Peaches. 6
lbs for 25o
Genuine Sweet Corn,
dozen 30c
10 lbs Cooking Apples 25c
Belle
lb ..
Springs
Butter,
30c
Best
lbs.
Potatoes,
per 100
. . . $2.45
R. E. P. Flour, sack $1.00
Gold Coin
Flour, sack
$1.45
Boss Patent Flour, saok
. $1.70
A. J.MALOY
Phones 72 and 173
216 West Central Avenue
ARTESJACELEBRATES
Big Demonstration in South-1
east Town When First Sho
vol of Dirt Is Moved on San
j Diego. El Paso & St. Louis.
j Ari.'Mii. x. At.. i-Vpt. 1. A 1 muni
h'vury one in Arturlu turiiftl out yn
I terAij uftwriioon to cvlfliraiv thf
j Hm bt-mklMf gjouml for th t on
JaliUi'tton of ihf Mail iHogo, III I'uko
und M. Unit railroad.
AliNMJiH. ,. (.'oui'tlKHHif and W M.
WHU-rw of HI !ao, mho ure Intor.
U'd In the He ralh-oad uiujout,
munlpulanil iit, apadM whan the iliv,t
dirt wan iluius'H.
Th AilalM band headed a piotoa.
ion or MutuiHobllea, uuMle. wagona
and diuya ovti i. mile In length. um-
rua tpet'i-heii wer' made and mei
lth vjelfnrwna tnthualaam. Ju.lte J
II Jaekaon bclliK (hv of lh- nrr 'oi.i
iakori'. C A. dtliipli- and .. W
Hubert are the two men ehi.rv tx
Htiuniviitnl In wurliiK the rou t tor
hieh Art.ala ralaml a hund"in i
nua.
T.io ionairurthiH of thla nnii ...1.1
a diatiiu'i triumph tor th- proa , ; i'
-pirn or Aiiwila. II th , in. 111. 'i
lion of inontha of hrd work 01 th -pari
of hf I'lilaena of thla !! '1 In
raiRlnnc of oti,inu honua ii th ii.
i nf ami the grunttnK or 'iiimlr. .1 i f
ii-li-a for ,1 right of way Ih 11. 1 n..
a. , mpiiH)iiinnt for rt ,.ij if n , ft
Ii in Hani linn ir Kl I'mo.i u 11 1 in, a
1 1 ;.u imn Ii.iiiuh, th, I In.. ll . .
! nde.l 1" that i ltv
COLLEGE OPENS Al
Last Monday Marked First
Day of Sohool at Thriving
Agricultural Sohool ; Stu
dents From All Over State.
l.j i riUia. N Al., S il. -Tuw
iln. AllKimt .'I. tllr N'. w MfXli.i
Ick of , rlc n I tn i . ami M- hunk
Art iiiiiIIm1 Ita doom for til,, mliuol
.war or llMl-ir (iKiti'i'al ri.nilllioiiH
tlii'.niKlloiit Die in lul.- u .'it l
I' III ut iiivm.m, uml in,. f,i, 1 1 1 1 i x
n', U to hi, h, l.ii'H Nt nil' inl. in f
Kill M'lir Hill, i- Hi,. rolll,itlill ..I' III.
i i.l'i'Ki . .' M-iim .i"
Tin aii' uliutai . oil. jj, m. i.irg
GROUNDBREAKING
OF RAILROAD
ISILLA PARK
' i -l mil. ii of iiirin:i(f ii S'
. No ' TlHTt- uri .iiinui "in iln ii
I. iiil.lliiHa. 'h.-,. .,. ll.i'liv
i.i'l WiIhuii hull, li. il.ii niili.rv Y
M ' ImllillllK a k.v inn.iMiiiii.
' ' hull, xlini ltuilillnK M. I'l. h.i;
'mm bnllilliiKi, i'ir Tin r nlty ,-on-
-i- "i 4n profpac'iri. and iiiKlrii' tnr--'iiii'il
fr..in thu h'ndlnK initiiiitioii-
'i in. Inn. Th lalinriitiil II ml nhi'ii
' niii'im ill lnvtitc" tl.1i nun Tin
.i.ili... 1 1 Inn i ooilluliia la, 17.1 hiiiiml
'.'ii. uml IX, ATI iMtmphli't. Tli'T'
ii ,ii- ii 'nrna inimlu r of muaaiiiiif
i i.i .iii. f
Th. i Mt'Xlco Am ii'iillurnl roi-
i. .! iii rlvfn - auppnrt from th
I i. ti I Mtnti-a KUMTtiim nl nnd th.
"tit. , ' i' AlOxlo It him an Iti-
mil in mori' tllini IMD.nn ,11111 will
It ni-' Ini- 100.000 .i' !. or Iriuil in
t'lililliui i tlio 100 iii iiv imd In tin
i'.i.jii- .'.unpun and .m Ini.iit mIu-
'i"ii
T 1 " lialltlltitlll MU' - II M'l I01II
im 1 dingo Ollra' uml .1 finit' , iiis
ii. i!ii h.ii. ml omirao. -imli'iit 1 . . 1
..iii.i) of co lira 1 ja n .iionv, fr,m
.iK' iiltitrc. mfH-hanli H, ( ilii' l.
. I' lll . tl'HCllllIK, l.ll" I tK'HK , llir.
' ' u 1 a J' h , literal un mil-i, . ,th
I. In - mllitnry tHrtUe , 1. ,nr. Hum
1 tmli'iita Mltand Hun "Mi-a.. .ill
in- ,
r II Mt ttniuiid 1.1 Ad -null. , 1
w - un, 1 ..laml mir hi nipl.. , i )
M st ttiriiirtl) Itua I", iirn'w of npple
it. - . ml XHfct 1., ri'iilla,. $7 .Mm
In . . at- - J.IOO Mr .11 ri'
','"iii' llirtlmltl ,.f Di.iikIhn. u hci
1 m nr a lHmti"ii
Diinwonily or 1 Iran n. wan In
1 ' MoliilH) -.I Dnnu o.iily ha
in. .i 1111 In., mill'' 'a tiin Oman dl-
r.
iiln Mi'Wiiltyn. hi. 11 of .Major W.
K
II 1.1. Aiillyn, him Iwu.'il liiviia-
I' ' .1 hlrtllrtay iarly to In- alvrii
i' In, mi- on tfopti-mhi r 1
ll.i. Jack," Allan jHi'kon, allii
I, .,1,1 iim.-r." Hild lhi hualncfH nu n
1 M mi Mri-et n friendly vit tho
r 1I.1. , ami lft Hn in with a fnw
1.. i.rs m -ri' In hh ihich'-i tin. 11 in- had
"ii lit .irrlvoil. "Happy Jui'k" hh-w
to t nwi ami to-cni'd to know vi,ry
"in I,. mi't. Ho Hlip'(l at Air..',
.r 't 1, 11 Morr- und aalil "llflln. Johll
I' -i'i to .f you1'' Mn llii'n utatril
in. t in una an old timer in lin n,
1 '.1 1 . ml ,iuil work.'d for W W. i'ox
it nn. tuiii' Ilafor,. leuxInK ho np
1 w, .1 '.,1 1 loan. W It. Alnrpht
II- 11 -I'..--. M. I) Howimin, Captain
Hi n imiK.ili .mil otlliTf MMc tlditi'd 'III'
i i w.n Jitckaon w.ini.'.l thi m -"
1 ,1 ih next mill (trnln) ,ir-
' 1 Hi una tun n 1 11 lu urd '
,1,1 k-"ill Ih ' i'I .111,1 HlinhtU
BUILDING GOING UP.
First Indications of Statehood
Prosperity in Renewed Ac
tivities in Structural Work;
Handsome Edifices Planned
I IChIiUI, la New ' )
I n it INI.iiuiw In on the lulMiii't U
I'f.vn Im the hulldlUK' now under
i .f ,iij ninuu to oi'iniiiMiui i 'on
tin. tor Uplcr hue been buay the iaiat
eek tearing out lie old bank build
ing, and la now putting in tlm coh
ere. roumlathlii rttr the eoniniodloua.
Hiiualantlal Mtrueture to tHke IIn
plat'e.
VfHt.-nlii) morniiiK ( 'niitiaili.t Kp
lei hud m. '11 at wurls eloarlng orr the
l.t of Air. Ayerm ailolnliiK the tlra
Ktieaic lirlek Itulhllng. pmparalnrv to
pnllliiK up an orrice builillng 3A.a7
fi et The u.iIIn will of (unereln
ami ailolH-, ulllli. he frolll will In. of
hrh'k There will he three ofrirl'
rooiiiM rroiilliiH on Mulli Ntreet
Alonte llooilin will liUKli! tile eiei
lion or u ItiillilliiK n In- uaed na an
opt ni hoHe uml dnneo hull 011 the 'ut
facing the U4Hitorf1ui'. Tile biilldlng
Hill hnvtS M three.foot concrete foun
dation, with will In of adobe, bring
Jf.Vl00 feet III er.e.
With AlHior Stulililnflnlil alao add
ing a porch anil Hhinplnif aiwrtnieiit
tu hlv hum. . the noiiml the hani
mei Ih a pli-aaulit nobie In ICHlaiiiiii.
not in kuoi king but In building. Th -rgllh
of the cltlaeiu In tlm future of
the viitlej Ih ahown In the xubatantiHi
building Ikiiik erected.
A well Unon Dos Mulnu.i woinnn.
nfter RUfferliiB inlsurably for two
dnya from bowel complaint, waa
eured by one done of Clmniberlaln'a
t'oln , Cholera and Diarrhoea Item
ed'. 1'or wile by all doulurs.
H A AM
I Extra large, best Bananas 4
dozen 10c
f Aliilliim mUi llaiuinas, a ilnt. ,,i 7
U He., rnc-loiie l'eiielie" arir 1
1 III-. ('ooklhK Appliln . . '-'ni' 4-
iw-! MiKiit' Corn, iUu. aim
t k"I' liet Table Si run 'Jfte X
H baix
Soap
Aiiiii)iii''h l,nuiiilr)
Speeliil .sale of lki' inul
lill'U' Sl'ltlHll SIlOCM, lo)'
suli- uml (flrU' Dn!!h. sin',
lal Iom prill's on 2.1 palii or
All'll'H MPV. til M'll III 111.1 unit
Iiinx. ,SK'clal lou- prlii'u on all
I .mill'. mill .MKtw OxtoriN.
Alen'H I'lxtin (iiutlly Sample
SlilriH, worth up to T.'ic ul Uli',
llojs' ibmblu m'iiI uml kiiet
(hciluilU ul .Mie uml lltii' nml
liiindWiN of other bai'uiilus
GASH BUYERS' UNION
in.-Ji'.' smith siMoml sinet, Z
Win. IMil.Di:
IN ESIANGIA
SHE GOT
WHAT SHE
WANTED
This Woman Had to Insist
Strongly, but it Paid
Cliir.'iK" PI 'I aiiffrrt'il from 11 fu.
inn lo woakiii uml l "iiiarli Irnnlile,
ninl I uciii In tlio
hl if l'i ert ft lHitllo
of I.tiHii H. link.
Ii.iiii'm Vcf,!' 1 11 Mo
niiiHiiiii(l. Imt tlio
cli rk lnl not. want
to li'l me Imivp It
lip wild It vii no
pniiliiinl uniiti'il mis
tn try wHiii'tliliin
cIm Imt kinnvliiK
nil nKiul it I In
hImIiiI ni'il llnaHy
cot It. anil I .1111 .10
glud I dill, for it liat ciiii d mo.
I know (if ho iniinv cusps wIhti wo
tni'ii liuvo iM ciH'iiri'd liy l.yilln K. l'luk.
Iinm')i Vi'Ki'tablo Cnnipmiiitl tlmt 1 chii
wiy to evi-ry HuflVrin iviitiiiin if tlmt
incilli'liio docs not lu!i liur, tlicrc in
tnitliliik' tlmt will." Mrs. Jam.txki,
stf AirliSt., Chlcnuo, HI.
This In tlio nRO of milmtltiitlon, nnd
woinon who want ti cure nlmiild itidisl
upon hydiii H. l'iiililiam'M ViiKi'lnlilo
( 'iinipomiil jtiHt ni tlil.i woiimn did, nnd
nut ar-roplsoini'tlilnpt'iRfon which tho
ilrucnint can make a llttlu more prnflt.
Woinon who arc ianslnc throiiRli this
rritical prrloil or who an" niitTurliif?
from any of thoM distri'HHinc ills k.
ciilliir to their xrx nhoiild not lose niulit
of thu fart that for thirty years l.yilln
K. I'liikliiun's VeKctnlilo C'oinpoiitid,
which is inado from roots and heilis,
has Ihmiii tin stntidnrd renieily for fe.
maid ills. In almost every ((immunity
yon will nnd women who have lieen
reitorcd to health liy I. villa Ji J'itik.
ham's fgetablo ComputiuiL
PERSONAL
E
WILL EVENTUALLY
Dr. Dillon of Laguna Pueblo
Says Education of Red Men
in Sanitary Living Will Be
Most Potent Preventive..
! SHIIlii l'e. X. Al.. Sept I I Mil of
the moat elucidating piiperw whl'-h,
wua rend before the traehonut toll
et'titiou of Indian governnteni pln-i-elaua
ut ManlH l'e yeaterda) h that
of Ur Dillon f the lnguna pin ii
The paper, nfter giving wime Inter
eating Ktittlatlea, iIiuwh the full"lliK
i iillelwalona:
The main iaaue will be found in
the iierantHil, family and eouimuiial
hygiene and minllatlon. Without this
all other helpa would be uf V" nvall
In the auppriNMlon of tinehomu. M
gletie eontdala III the preaervHtl.'ii
health hi' the obaervaneu of iiiitnre'M
llawa. The 1 ml Inn wholly illaregHrdn
thie luwa. eonaeiiuelltly he In nlek.
The average Indian bathca too lltih .
aome. I rear, not at all. They reinovi
their ahoea and hut and roll up in
a bluuki'l Tor the night. In iiihiiv , mm h
al.V, eight or a iloxell III ollc ri
that would Mifel) acroinmodati imt
two or four. If they ue a towel the
all Ue the anliii- nil., ami the ..im
waah Iwaln la uaed. imlw ltltHlniiilm
that one or more member oi Hie
rnmll) nmy have truelioniu ami H"
othi'tw li free from It. It would . m
nliiiiH-i InipOMilble lor a nureliiK mntli
er tn rntte lieu- elilhl through tin lue
Utlng perlnil. heraelt trneomatoiip,
and llol lufiM't the elilhl. even llin.IKh
great enre wwa uaeil, were It not for
the fact tlmt nature hna hru kind
enough to heatow upon them, little
tola a degree of IniintinIO The In
dian home la not bountifully Mupplled
with towel hhiI lu laet old ilolhea
tlmt might be nuide rl.-an anil to rt liv
able are worefully wanting, ami
while It Hfi-nta that every avenue la
a the with oppiirlUlllt.- ror Inreetloli.
I hn ve aen more than onee a man
ttotallv blind of triKhoma and il wire
aoaoiuteiy tree rrom It, und et none
r the iirilluar.N preeniitlona taken.
Th,- merage horn, la not kept m
a Muuitary condition un It mual h.
Th.- eloihlng la taken to the river lor
".lulling. II la nut boiled. Uf eourM ,
alter they are waahed and hung In Hu
nan and trend air tbuy are iairi
I'lenii, but nothing mold take thi
plme of boiling.
To wlpi- out traehoina In the Indian
pileblua We mual first have Infected
i .men under control at .ill tlmen, edu
cate them to a rigid oi. ruiu c of .ill
prophylactic ritlea aa well un lis Kl. 'lie
und iHiillatlon. und bring m.nniiren
to biur whai'ob the) ina all reeeiv.
neenary miMllonl treatment until
cured.
Xeedloa tn na.t. tra'-homa will not
be i rail leu tm I In a da. but the condi
tion at proant In the younger Indian
l mont niiuotirgglng, ami If all nieaa.
uii'N al enmnwiiil are brought to bear
upon the ailuatloii. with an eHi'ipHt
'"operNtlnii of all .'in ploy en. the li'n
future will mark a new eMeh in ee
Iiln of tin Indian
There In no line In entering ii poll
tin line or treatment employed it
ban In-cii along the tinea of mill "I
uiitliorlt). I'uchn and uthera. and
Where treatment han been followed
l"irjlBientl good reauila have been
obtained
The few while people who have
coiitrai ii'd the dlaeaae In thi iliatrl' t
him i .-covi-red, but aa their eea wi,.
iHnniiul to their work tliet w.r' p
hihIiIiI in (realm, -HI
Pamphlet on Hie lll-cii-e
puniplil. i "ii li. nmnnw ill
and iriiitui' m i i." ii nim .ini.,n. In
diatiK haw h. .-u I't'i'Ut.d " II
G
CURE TRACHOMA
tliirrl-"ii M 11 i ml Imnl. l W Whit.
At I' "i the Cntled HIbI.k Indian
Hcriii.. .iml u-Hio'd nnd. r the dire, -tlml
.il Or Joseph A Aturphy. itmil
i.ai iipefviRor. who hna hen attend
ma the trni liniiin convpntlon held at
th. I'nlied Ntaten Indian rMuatrlul
- ii.mi here
Kxrnrpta frm thla namphlet are mm
roiioaa
Traehoinii In a afWelfl'' form of
niiliini'tlvltln. ununlly chronic but
, limnt'terltml by acute ctHcerbatl'ina,
u iilrh It aeema are due to anme added
into tion. traumi or irrttaiion
ul wanh haaln, towela. Imndker, Ul. fa,
t.t in doubt, ninny lHveatlgnt.,iH . i.n
t, tilling that a mlern-orgnnlnm ii the
wiiiDUtlve .igent. It gaema to be . on
iHi'il hv prnionMMl anil rather loll
mule contact with thew auf feting
from the dlaegae And where Indlvldu
oithamologv. puhltahed In 11". pagea
Led" and i.eddtng are not In eonntant
Mae.
Tllin munt alno be reggrdial na
enrrlera of the traehomatoua infw
llnii One author alao mentlnna poor
ly i n red for nwlmmlng pooln aa a fa
tor In aome map.
"Trachoma i found In aome patia
of all lountriea of the world, )ut ,-ei-lain
.'oMHtHea aeem lo afford ...iidi
tlona peculiarly nulted to Ita rxlntnnce
and nprend. It la found In 'v -rv
ntatr of the union and In ''crlnl '
mounialnoun raftlona of eenlml por
tlolia of lite PnilMl Mtalen in endemic
over eonalilernhle areaa
"Trachoma hna been known from
ih. (eminent Rlltlnultt
' Dr. I" "4hwelHila, In hie Intok on
"Plhaiiioloay, puhilahed In 9h, page
is 1-212, aaya "An elevation of l.dnfl
reel confera comparative immunity
from the dlneaae nnd racllltaten Ha
i are '
"We wlah to state pnaltlv-l th.i
.iltltude la lu no aouae a urophylaeiii
meaaute to thla Infection, nor doea It
niter the pmRroe. eourne or termi
nation. It la pot n factor In the apeii
nn of thla uuiladv. At an Altitude of
oxer 7. nun feet In New .Mexico one
iiaml or Pueblo lmlmna (Pleurla)
nurrerm the reaulta of tra'-homa In
more than i" per cent of their n.tm
ber "
After illaeuanlng the meaitn of illag
Honing traehoina, the phvalcana itat.-
"Tlie recognition of trachoma ver
Mirlv in the illaeunc may be linpon-'-Me.
but an I ' pnigreaaea. and the nun
nun ttwit In pertrophx . kiiiiiuIi k and
puplllae develop, a reiiNoiialile expel'
etp e with ii.relill obnervation 'X
elided hm r uiini little linn If nc-en--ir.
nhii'lld maki It reanoitnlilv I i'
lll illasnoMc It mnx be well to re
meinher that in no otlur im a'f'
tlnn not dip ti. trrt' lmiiia ii a tHuu
Finnig'an - Brown Company
Hida( Plts and Goat Skins
Alhnqnerqtin Ilrnncli tTl-VH North I'lrnt .Street -Tclcpliono .103 Lone l)la
lanoo connection Write tor Itct QuouiliitiB.
A,
City Scavenger Company ::
' Cleans Your Vaults antl"Cc5sT'oor.f' " Hauls "Your Trash. V,
540 CALL PHONES 430 ;;
llI,i;i:H Opun September 20th. New management. Dr. W. A.
MIMTAItY Wllaon, eight years president Iexlntton CoIIcrc, Iix
ACAD MM Y Incton. Mo., flftn years prelilent of llaylor CoIIobc,
Helton, Tex , hns nlwtoluto louse. Over une-hnlf milllnti dollars In
vested. Klnost cipilpment outside of Weal, Point. 1'ull fuciitty. Cul.
O. Ii. Hyreadc, U. H. A. cnmmnuiliiut. Hcnd for cntalugue, W. A.
Wllmn, A. M., titipt., Macon, Mu.
St Vincent's Academy
Al.lH'Qi i;iti,l i;, N. M.
27th Scholastic Year Begins September 5th, 1011.
Ilai'iiioiiimis ilevelopmeitt uf til w mural, InlHilectual nnd ph) P al
(luilitn it the ntiindurd uf thla well-known lualltulluii.
Y hI'm Mditv preiHiriMl tor any aphere in ll(.
Mom' and eduniitioiiiil udeantngiw oxeeltent. '
i:x in ' d fuotilty.
11, ji.iih.iI ami tiuulthy lewutlun.
Dl'I'AltT.M UNT8: Primary, Priiparntory. Aeajnil.
Ti, rniKli cu arson In Almle, China I'nliiinn; am) ICIoctiiluit.
T' Model Mchool for You tin Ladle. "
I '. 1'JU .ataluj; udtlreint.
SlhTliltM til-' ClIAnlTY,
Wr. Dlu tr. 3.
New Planing Mill
$ Compleicly Equipped
Machinery for
Screen Doors and
foon Counters,
t Pricei That Will Warrant Your Investigation,
Chicago Mil!
W. r. OUlllAU, Jlnnnser.
! I Comer Third and Marquette, Albuquerque, N. M.
of Itie i onJgncle and llda ot r
'The IraaitmeNt of iracliomn it
x ''led into ptophylgetl' . aurgi , i i
riiedienl.
'There la no ipuek rond lo tin
of .tola dtaenae. !ong, patient, im
fu! woP OH tit Butt of both I,
Mn end pntlmm la itcwMry t
nl" in the heal raautii. gnat IMlv '
tweda rnuat he nwt Ik eaetl mm
I i '.ent akouid be .Jimiad a , ,
ontil hla llda are amgwth and -
mi. In aflnr Hga aHd even nn,,
'mm the time the irratment i- -
!
An ordlHry cagfe of diarrheea ,,
aa u rli, be rnrml by a aintg i..r
ChgjiiberWilii'a CoHc, Cham and I'
art hiwH Itemedy. Till rainedv i ,
no mi purler for bownl oompinlntn tor
tale by nil dealern,
Per tho liaat nftnillo iiarMn in iho
liy call nlin No. 3, W. L. Trimble,
ill North .Seueml flu
MOW C).OI'llltA'H5
Tub bank m .noun nn mil,
of Utinlneae .np.icll In Inul I ..c
a proMtHlde buatneae.
Thera nre imm wn n
Which a god Klllk like m
HANK or UOAIlllCK in
In lp you. Thla uW will be x
tend"d in aueh n way that mu
will be able to get better i
aulta from your own offerta
IN MllSIN'ltS IVIIIIill.(i.
W- have the character, Iho "i -Kiiniantlon,
tha nxperioiire, tin
legal aafe gwuila nliii the tlnnn
tlal legpoKailitllty lo give tic
mninilegt and moat eHtclent m-r-vicc
to the liualneaM caihiiiuii
liy. A a. depotdtor her, ym
have the full huimrit of our
'lilipniciit to help you III unv
legitimiite way In the bulldinif
up of )our himliioAH.
Bank of Commerce
Copltnl nnd
SurpliiH , . . .
Deposits oxer
8 iinu.ooo.ou
, l.fiOII.IIOO.IMI
With New and Modern
Turning Out
Window, Store I
Sash, Doors, Etc.
& Lumber Co.

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