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Knights offylhia Here for Grand
Lodge From All Oocr Stale
tEwo Hundred Members of Or
ganisation in EntlrosiaBtio
t Session; Confrrin& of Third
Degree Tonight Inl of P.
Hall Concludes Program for
Novor before- In llui history or IImi
Knights of i'ythlus In New Mexico ha
there been u larger mi it more enthus
iastic attendance nt uny session of the
Ornnd lodge of the order than that
which was begun In Albuiiucrquu at
lo o'clock today. A conservative cstl
inulo pliiccti I' o number or visiting
i'ythlans hero ut two hundred. All
officers of the Uruml lodge uro pros
nt. together with it ,HilnUld rcpre
Mentation from every lodge In the
elate. Tho mooting or thn Uriuid lodge
today was a must enthusiastic one. In
dicating that thn efforts or vurlous
committed to renew Interest In the
orgunlutlon In thin Mute have been
lilghly successful. Tho flint day's pro.
Itruui will bo brought to a close to
night by the conferring of tho third
degree on u elan of candidates In K.
or I', hull on Went (.Sold avenue. All
Knights or Pythian in Albuquuriiio.are
Invited to be the guests or .Mineral
Lodge No. 4 totllght. A big lime In
expected ror everybody. The tlrnnd
lodgo will remain in session over to
morrow. The officers and riiprcseiilutlve.i
lirpsenl uro as follows:
Officers, (leorge I,, ltradford, O.
C; W. Q. Kaucett. (1. V. C; Howell
Earnest, O. 1'.; U. M. Itornuril. tj. At.
ft. and K.; J. I.. Khnuiermiiu. (i. Al.
A.; C. McCrenry, U. 1. .; It. Ji.
Smith. U. (). U.
Iteiri'sentatlvrs Auuiist Iti.n
hardt, J. A. Hinllcy, Anton M.i
O. A. Iturtner. Charles I'.. Thornus.
II. It. Hlllott. George Dunk. Julius .1.
Kelt. H. A. Ilond. U. II. llluiuau. AI. .1
Oiled, L. M.'Uury. Kll I'orrctl. V. It.
Ash. John At. Itose. It. II. HuiiU".
JI. il) .Morgan. H. ('. Iluiiiia. J. W.
Aledley, K. H. .SilndliT. 13. A. l.
Johnson, W. I'. Hhnpsori, C. I.. Hub
bard, K. J. A. Kenly, l.ouls (larelu,
J. J. Aloloue. Ucorgo It. .MrC'Icllan,
N. E. Quest. II. II. MeKlro. T. I.
Klnne)', ThoiuuH II. llrown and l. ii.
BIG Gift 01
Tim entire Tcrraco Addition h
shown on Uo city ituip. Tlicso
lots nre cluuo In hiiU nt prrbont
iirloirs nra a genuine burfrolu.
Cols for rent. Albert Fabcr. ear
pels and furniture, 308 West Central.
Uryant Co. Mcsiongortt. I'hoiio b(J2.
Watch ror our Hunt In the purudu
Thursday. Powell Ijrog couipuny.
When your food does not digest
well mid you reel "blue," tired and
dlscuurugrdi you should usn n llttlo
HKItlJINl, nt bedtime. It opens tho
bowel-, puriricH the system and re
storm u fine reeling or health and
energy. Price 00c. Hold by ull drug
Fifty Last Night and the Big
Bunch Just Starting, Says
Captain Charles I. Ballard
"It limits in me as If you were going
in iin - iiie niggcst crouii unit ever
ami- in mi Alliuiiieriiue fulr I rout the
l' tollcj." said dipt. Charles I.,
Ilalliinl ni Coswell this morning.
Captain Milliard, who Is president or
the dud' inltle sanitary board, Is
hele ti nlieiid u meeting or tho
board Itu ldi-ntall' II he sees a little
of itu- iiiir he cannot help It and
doesn't mre to try.
"I liiu, Ii.'cii a pretty regular at
tendant .ii Dim Albuoueroue fairs lor
a uiliiil I years past," Mild Captain
I tn I In lil. "i. ui have never seen mi
much iiitiivMt, exhibited In It In our
section .is nil yi-ur. list night's
train wa crowded to the guiirdn with
Perns Mille.t people nud the lunlli
body ni Htors from our section ban
lii BT K0RBEI1 f. CO
' , ' ' 1- , 1J . i r
Three Pnll Car loads of Maohincs, Piimps, Wagons, Carri
age Hay Presses Appliances, Etc., Form Most Elabo
rate Display Ever Made in New Mcxioo. ifHlmtt
One of Uio big features of this
year's display at tho fulr grounds Is
tho allowing: of farm.itnuohlnoxy, Im
plements, carriages, etc.. innoo by
Korber and company, Including nil of
tho lutrst rnrm machines nud devices
or the International Harvester com
pany. The display, which shows' com
mendable enterprise on tho part of
tilt lite Allttltlll,irj.ll.. ll.l.lu.. .nnttl.ml
IIUtv full curs to trunsnort and coveni
one or the largest display spaces In
the grounds. "Welcome. Korber and
company," Is the first sign which at
tntetM the eye, culling munition to n
tent as big lis an average circus tent,
which Is filled with machinery and
surrounds an all sides by thn largl-r
machines. The very latest machines
or the International Harvester com
pany are on exhibit ami (tin display
Is an iduciitlou In modern rami. ma
ehluerv and equipment
A few or thu machines and uppll-
AIIiiiiirriito ntlJ'il (ill ex tiifoi
ii'iitlmi of Priceless Value.
When Mm surfer from backache.
llcMtliirlii'.o, illxzllic, uervoiiNliess,
l'Vul ue.ik. languid, depreseil,
Have annoying urinary disorders;
Do ,ou know what to do?
.Some AlbuiUeriUe pooplo do.
Itead thn statement that1 follows.
It's from on Alhuo.ucrn.uo citlxun.
Testliuuiiv that can bo Investigated.
.Mis. j v. Anient. 121) N. Arno Si .
Albliiieiin , N. Atcx.. su.vs' "Oo.in's
Kidney Pills uero llrsl broilRllt to
our attention when wo lived at Auro
ra, 111. They uero used nt that limn
by a member of our futility, who wun
.luffcrliig frmn kidney complnlnt. A
tired, languid reeling wus present and
tho kidney secretions worn dlsnr
diired. Lilian's Kidney Pills brought
prompt teller from thoso difficulties,
anil iicicil as a tonic to thn entire
system. When there has neon need
of a kidney remedy since, then,
noan'n Kidney Pills huvo never fulled
to prove or bciieilt."
Kor Mlo by all dealcars. Prlco . .
cents. Kosicr-Atllburn Co., Iluffalo,
New York, solo agents ror tho Un
Itcniriuber tho name Uonii's amV
tuko no other. Adv. 38
- , X' 1 -T . v,
nncca tnclmled In tho exhibit are
washing maehlncs. operated by pow
er, power and hnnd croain BCDuratora.
power nnd hand corn shelters, fanning:
nuns, regit gritidsrt, roe a choppers.
Including- giiHolltio and elcctrlo and
tho various fmrns, gasollno engines, a
rino nhofrlng or carriages nnd farm
wagons, both steol and wood models,
warning beam jnok and attachments,
mowers, disc nlows. orchard discs
power nnd horse hay ballers.portablo
engttio muunted on truok ror all rami
purposes Tho ubovo Is just u part or
tho display which Includes harness
and various appliances front tho big
Korber and company stock. Another
renturn which will bo udded during
tho weelc will bo n motor truck, ths
first ono brought to Albuuucritu.
Taken nil In nil, tho exhibit In the
most extrnslvo display of farm ma
chinery over mndu In the mate and
one which Is hound to nttnu i wldo at
GGORRQ HAS SENT 70 YEARS OF AGE
TO FAIR FOR
Big County, Best Supporter of
Annual Show, Here This
Year With Over Five Hun
VOTES FIRST TIME
Watch lir Powell's float In Hi pa
raue Thursday. SniuelhlUK free for
. A A - - A A A A , A t
f T f ! I T1 I TTTT f T T T1
and Jewelry Novelties for
You'll find here just what you're looking for at
tractive things in jewelry that arc easy to carry and
will be appreciated by the people at home,
Albuquerque people will
high grade jewelry for Icbs.
tell you that we sell t
W. O. Harris
The Daylight Jewelry Store
Third and Central.
BULK OF DELEGATION
IS COMING TOMORROW
The records f Hie s.inl.i .. lull
mail audita al tin- unlwiit Iouiih In
Soeorrii couiiiv ulinu that for the pa.-it
eighteen ye.it Hie eiiiitllv has Iml all
others In the sl.e uf Its dcleg.itlnu to
the New MfXicu full.
This dtatetiiclll wan nmilo to tho
Herald I j 1 1 i i . liy mellilieis uf tho
crond which has alrt.'ail arilvcd fnuu
Kocoiro, San Mareial, .Magilalclia, San
Antonio, Kelly anil nl.icr towns In the
I biggest county III Hie stain.
"Von people uiilil to leuiemliel,"
said nln Soi'iii'i'ii 1 1 1 1 Imiisler, "lliat
tile stale fall . ( 1 1 1 1 A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I - h.e
Ho licttcr friends imr mme lm.il
porleis than the people ni Sniiillii .mil
other toun In Socorro count A
Jeai or So tiK" e uelll In Hie liuiilile
of getting at Hie leenl'ils ol .ill lint
.Santa l'e HHiel selling staltmis ami
Hbowed by .nloal llguies l.iat lor
eigKleeu e.irs Soeoiro county has seiil
a bigger clowil to the fair than au
other count). riauta l'e eouuty
thought she had It nn us but Hie fig
ures showed sliu was not In Hie uamu
Socorro Confederate Veteran,
Life Long Dweller on Fron
tier, Nestor of Knights of
Pythias in State.
A I the I'ltie age ol kcCII
hale and heart it ml yi
maii.t mull ol fltix. .1 J. l,i '
i n I o. cterau ui the l onfi .1.
les. pioneer of Ni'.u .Mexi,
siiprenio rcircsculallic ol in
if I'Mhlas llrand bulge, In r.
aitcnil the state enm-laM
A i than
i .11. ii mi
Tli 1 1 1 - to urt Siieoi'iii i iiiiiitv imiiHi
el's arrlieil on Snnil.i), auniliei lug I
batch showed up this iiiorulng audi
tomorrow the bulk of thu unuil, malt. I
lllg a Kraild total of between 4uu ami'
nun will conui having walieii at homo
to attend the Kll I'aiNiiu elii us wiileli
showed nl riocorio Unlav.
The Hocorio peoplu ate ti It liele fur
Hie best kind or a guoil llllie. Tin '
,i'n good spemlciH and live wile..
tieroue nf them and Hint Hie minimi
I lull' kMiilbl mil tie .1 sin es Wlllinilt
tilt, I'lllllH!' I'llltMl f II lll tile Olg 111 II I V
lo Hie south tieeihi nn dclnoiiHti atln
his tlrsl voto for prcslib ni at the
election next nmiilli. Hating been
born nud raised hi Louisiana, hallux
fouiihi ror the confcderii' In thn
I'lvll war. ami IiihIiik reiinned soiuu
five .wars for leennstriietlon. It Is su
perfluous tu stale Hint Mi l.ecsoti Is
KiilliK In cnt his flisl Miiv i .if Wood
low Wilson of New .Ii-ISC)
"Yes, J'm old eliuiiKh to tte,' said
.Mr. I.eesoll to the Herald loila).
"Yuu inlKhl not think It ! look at
me. Iml siieli Is the fact Somehow
I hae alwas mauiiKed to keep Just
ahead of the presidential ballolilii:
prlvlleKe In tills countn. Atler 1 got
tccoiMriietfil I went west ami isrew
Up With III 1 1 t III I'l.loliiibi, Hie
D.ikotiit, Miinlaii.i nnd iillnr stales,
all of V llli'h Wel'e teri'llm e.t while I
IUi il lii III. 'in In ls;ii e.imii to the
tin Hurt nf New .i-M ii .mil Iiiim
been belli eler nIiii e. Willi ill' oillKi'
no iippni taint) uiilil IIiik veal lo "le
lor a president."
.Mr. I.eeMoli ill liii.eil Hie His'
KlllUhli ol IMIlliiH IoiIki' III Sotoiro
III 1 N I . "II woiilil hutt- lieen Ihe
llrst one Minimized III the ti'irllni' ."
said Mr l.eesnli. "lull lm the tail Hull
our outfit was lost in a t.iilroail wash
inil. iiiim allowing l.as euas to nut
j III ahead of Us '
FAIR WEEK SHIPMENT I
OF SHUSH HATS
WE HAVE PLACED ON SPECIAL DISPLAY
FOB THIS WEEK A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF
UTEW ARRIVALS IN BEAVERS, VELOURS,
AND VELVETS. ALSO A CHARMING
SORTHENT OF FANCY TRIMMINGS.
A. I. Ballew
im Smth Fourth Stmt
When tKrt 'nhfiat frntla on flr and
tho tliront burrui, you huvo Indiges
tion, itDd you need HIOltDINU to sot
rid or the dUagrefublo resllng. It
drive out badly . dleented . food,
ntrnifthons the stotnaolignd put'
tho iMitvela. Prluo 60o. uold
TAFT 611(16 Willi
EVERY DAY SAYS
Well Known Cattle Man, Af
tcr Tour of the State Says
New Mexico Is Sure to Go
for the President.
"I huvo Jimt completed u biuductm
trip which has taken mo pretty well
over New Mexico north, south and
cam," wild dipt. W. II. Juck or Hllver
City utld I'olsom, this mornlutf. t.'up
tuln Jack, who Is olio of tho best
known cuttle men In tho stale, Is hero
to uttund it meelitiK of thu state cattlo
board or which hit Is u unmoor ami
to visit thu fair which hu never
"I have been surprised at tho
cIiuiikii or sentiment which has oc
uurrud during tint phi four weeks,"
said Cuiituln Jack. Men, who a
month uifit Were directly opposed to
thn president and shouting ror lluosu
volt, or thlnkltiK hard about votlnu
for Wilson, huvo vtorcd directly
around and are now solidly fur tl
iircBltlent. Thu Itoonovelt boom hits
bursted In this Htalo. You can tuko
that and dcuond on It. I know, ror i
huvo given riioat bfircful study to th
Bltuutlon. JtoosevtjU run wuy no
low thu lowest oNtltnoe of IiIh. worst
enemy on predlcilons of a month ago.
llo Is out of tho running. Thu sober
second thoueht of our peoplo haw
oino to thu rorofront aas most oC us
honed It would. Our nresent condi
tions nro splendid. Wo tmvo hud
more prosperous times during thu
puat four yert than ever In our his
tory and wo ar not going off uftur
uny fake remudlen for troublus that
do not exlit. Mr, Taft Is going to
curry New Mexico,"
Dr. J. H. Wroth Elected Presi-
dent of Santa Fe Organiza
tion, and Dr. Bishoff, of To
peka, Rc-Eleoted Secretary
1 1 niiaiilliinilH t'ii
e fi.'ltlta l'0
Hallway, .Meilleal nnd - .nitleal soclelt
pilot' to Ihe elohe ol
1 1 Mil I Hl.'Mllllll III A 1 1 I '
dVulllllK, eleeled ax i
eiiullliih- year, J)r. .1 II
bti'iiiiriuc. Ui. .M. I.
peka, was eleeled i
as secretary ami inv-nier,
pileslilelils are. KliM siee
iu Hatnnl.i v
"lent for Ihe
IV roth, or Al-
ihshorr or To-
Hr. I. !'. IIuiIit. Mioiiuhursl, III.;
second vice preslileiit lir W. II. Wells
of CoffiiyVllle, Kali., Mild vice iircsl
dent. Dr. .M. N. 1J i or lllackweli.
OKla. llefore nilloiinuiieiit rcsohi
lilllous wero ailopttd exieiidliiK thaiiM
oi Ihe society to tin Kills' lodge, tho
C'omuiciclut club and the Ilurnallllo
County .Medical society, ror. hospitality
and cnurtcslcH extended members of
the oi'KiiiiUilllou while In Alblliller
ille. Coast Hues iIikI lain lind snr
Kcoiih were elected huiiorary iniimbciH
or thu association.
Councillor DMili ls Oriranlwxl.
In respotiHe lo a dcniitiid for tho
estubliriiimeiil ol a district inuillcai so
ciety In this section of thn state, u
third councillor district mod leal ho
duty wiiM oiK.inliiiiil hem tlaturduy uf.
turnoon, thu nrnaiilitlfin being olToct.
ed by local and vIhIUiik iihyllclans und
urgeona hero to attend tho inoctluu
ot tuu Hiintu Ko'siirMcoiiM. Kor louiii
time New Mexico bus been divided In
to councillor districts fur thu purpose
of uiiuouniKlng uttuiidiincu ut medical
society moullnx". 'I im oixanlxutlon of
thu third councillor dlstilct here Hut
urdny was merely a slap (award uc
cumplUhlng lomethlng dcllnlto totvurd
tho purposes outlnlcd when tho orlff
Inul divisions of thu statu Wero mad v.
Tho olilcers elected for tho third dls-
Invest Your MofniWhere It Witt Bring Large Returns.
Visitors tow Fair Should Not Fail to See
The best real estate huy in New Mexico for quick returns,
This beautiful suburban property will moro than double in
value in the next twelvo months, or just as soon as the im
provements now being made on Rib Grande Boulevard arc
Lots $50$5 Down, $5 a Month
2i acre tracts under intensive cultivation on easy terms.
Contemplated railroad and other improvements mean that
Albuquerque will have a population of 50,000
by 1920. Now is the time to buy.
Office open every evening until 0 o'clock. Telephone us
this evening and we will send our automobile to your hotel
early in the morning to take you over the property.
Telephone Number 899
trict aro as follows! Dr. VC, putieun,
Hocorro, precldant; Dr, II. U, Knuffman
Albuuuenjuo, secretary The c6tnnilt
tee having charge of the program nd
which will Mt thu Pluce and time for
the "ft mealing of the district xocloty
1 Composed of Dr, A. & JBciMtU of
iTOr.lftn Urcltl, and Dr. H, W. Strops of
ut(fjj5C,n,nr,j ii a undrstooa til flrst
by AUfniMtlng 'wHI held In WIbb at a
Suburban Realty Co.
D. K. B. SELLERS
Room 3, First National Bank Building,
JOHN T. KELLY
Campbell United Shows an Aggregation
of Clean Cut Attractions of Merit
Sixteen Shows, Three Riding Devices, Three Free Acts and
Band Go to Make Up a Midway on Central Avenue and
. Adjourning Streets That Proves Irresistible to Amuse
ment Seekers; Outfit Is First Class in Every Respect and
Management Permits No Disorder Nor Discourtesy.
'.-lit I'll I i i ni ue, Irmii tho Bnnlu Ko
IriieliK to I'oilltll slteel. Is today It sell
ol "titim" or tents, uiidei winch me
lie aleil Ihe Milled allliu Hulls of Hie
I'anilibell Culled Hhowii. which aiilved
In Alburiueriue yesterday lor fair
week. The Campbell shows aro
amoiiK the best atlriicilons ever book,
ml on AbuitiuriUo time ami It Is a
certainty that they will he llbcralli
patronlised durlnir thu week. The uu
illihernalla. and equipment aio clean
and new and the attractions uro first
class In uvery partlmilur. While there
aru attractions that soiuu people ham
seen before In various parts of thu
country, but row or thorn huvo ever
been imt on previously In this city.
Mr. Campbell, thu inuiuiKur or thu
Campbell attractions, has worked lor
a nuii'ber or years to et together at
tractions und nn orgunUutlou that
would bo second to none on thu road.
How well ho has succeeded la pruvujl
by a visit to thu dirrurotit shuws ,
With the carnival compuny'uro nix
tuuii shows, three rldluu dovlcots, thrnu
fro a acts und a flist-clusu band. Tho
fcuture shows on tho street aro tho
nift Jumtln Hlmw, owned by Mr,
Campbell himself, ami thn "llumun
Heart" attraction. Thu lllg Jumlw
4how bus a "human fish," Juokion,
the fat man, unit 1'rof, Allen and Urn,
Allan, two midget glass blowers, who
hftvo been married for forty years and
arp .Very happy couplo despite their
lMS ana rtutnbor of other Intertrt
Intf idtthjotlt-ns. Thin ehow I WcuWd
at'Thlrdl iva Central.
Hitcond ami Central, Is a iicleiillfle
show and oitu or tho most Interestltix
In thu CoMtilry. The center of at
traction in the "llumun Heart" booth
Is u man named Iynci, who was
struck directly over tho heart by n
lilt baseball 111 Haverhill, Mass., ulna
seniH ago. Although rendered un
conscious I. Mich felt llo bad effects
lifter first recovering. Two months
later an ubsecss developed near hi
heart. The abscess broke Inwardly.
A number of surreal operations went
performed with tho final icsiilt that
all of 1, Mich's ribs on thu left side of
Ills body were removed, Inge. her with
Ills entire left lung, About Ihe only
organ Unit Lynch has on tho left side
Is his heart, which beats as normally
as other people's hearts. Having only
one lung Lynch has some difficulty
In getting breath, but Is not prevented
from doing anything that other peoplo
ciln do, such as wulklug or working
about the show. Lynch has been ex
hibited In neurly uvery medical school
In the country and has been the sub
ject of countless clinics In hundreds
of hospitals during tho last eight
ycurs. "Huvo You Hcen Lynch, tho
Huniuii Heart?" will probably bo a
slogan on tho midway boforo tho and
of thu week,
' All tho othor shown on tho trcU
aro well worth acinar. The Mlnetrot
of Old d'luntutlon shows In a eolendld
attraction, with a food colleotlon ot
C.Mf.VltVllf Willi V VWU VUIIVUIIWM w
real old -time southern darkles a the
inlody produorra and some flrst-oUM
have a ehaiigo or primram uikIiH.v
Italph, tho lOlelihanl lint " i- ,.
ot the big realures aiming 'the lenls.
Kll ll.lt IIIIS hands. I'enl mill i.i.li.lu ,.r
elepliuni skin. Ho can absorb J.oau
ViiIIh or eleetrhdlv as eiiMlIt 11 M I III'
onlliinn lioi cup drink u uiass oi
"The Illusion. " near Klrst ami Cen.
triil. Is a show thai bal'fliiN Ihe eyo
ami ciiiisch tin end of wonderment.
The Human Hladlum Is a show where
wrestling and boxing are popular uas
tlllles. The 'lleaillirtil Drlellt" Is the
home of six ilaiiclug girls. "Kour In
One" has u couple of freak calves
ami a tow big snakes, Tho "ttussliiu
I lancers." "Mabel," ".Serpentina" ami
other attractions will also claim their
share of attention, Tim 1'crrlH wheel,
located near u'Klcllj's drug stoic, will
ilnuhtlcKs prove it's popular with thu
youngsters as ever, while the mens -go-round
at Third mid Central should
bo kept In motion by patrons or all
ages und sixes at ull limes or the day
Altogether Ihe Campbell Culled
Hliows aro flrst-cliiss utiriiellutis. I'eo
Plu may visit thu curulvul with thu
nssuruhcij that no disorder or dlscodr
tcsy will he permitted by Mr. Camp
bell or liiu assistant!.
TiMTum loin noiv uvemun
ulHiut S'JIIO. Tlioy ull easily tu
4 worth atl er cent muro bofofn
ou nmko the last payment. Al.
r. Ktnnuii, phono 1IHU.
Neurulglu of tho fuoe, Hhouldorv,
liundH, or foot require u powerful,
remedy ihut will ponotruto tho fleshy
nALIiATtDH HNOW LINIMENT pu
lessen that powor. Ilubbod in whri
tho pain in felt In ull that In nocoMar'y
to relievo eurforlng and rostoro nuts
mal conditions. I'rluo 35o, BOo one?
11.00 per bqttlu. Hold by all drua
Kw Mostco m, two up a aw
villi buuu) irrait
qaerue will itlwaj
waitf be Mm md-
.ittvro, m o fmno,unci.u ji
yno plantation mow; wm