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Raved by LE. Pinkiin'
Swarthmorc, Venn. " Tor fiftwn
years I suffered untold ftgony, and for
.one period 01 near 17
I ivo years I had hem
orrhages and the
doc torn told mo I
would have to an
dergo an operation,
bat I began taking
Lydia & Pinkham'a
pound end am in
good health now. I
am all over tho
9 Change of Life and
cannot praise yourVcgetatue Compound
toohlghly. Evorywoman should take it at
that time. I recommend it to both old
and young for female troubles' Mrs.
Emily Summefisoill. Swarthmorc, Pa.
Baltimore, Md. "My troubles began
with tho loss of a child, and I had hem
orrhages for four months. The doctors
iuild un operation was neccssury, but 1
dreaded it und decided to try Lydln E.
I'inkham's Vegetablo Compound. Tho
medicine has made me a well woman and
i I feel strong and do my own work."
k Mrs. J. R. Picking, 12G0 Sorgeant St,
J Ualtimore, Md.
Since wo guarantee that all testimo
nials which wo publish riro genuine, is it
not fair to suppose that if Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetablo Compound has the vir
tue to helpHhcse women it will help any
other woman who is suffering in a liko
If 70a vrant special adrlco rrrlto to
Ljrdla Plnkban Medicine Co. (conll
dcntlal) Lynn, Moss. Your letter will
lie opened, read and answered by a
woman and held In strict confluence
(Continued from rage One.)
itv, ucciirilliiK to n
patch from Athens,
ll l.;ltl. DKI'KAT
m:i'(nni:i is ;i:mwsx
f?iliiKiie Ocriniiny, Nov. 7. The
Turks tvurii reported to lmv lu-i-n le-
Ihlvi-ly hi'iitcn hy tin ItiilmirliiiiH ami
driven In disorder from their pohIIIhiih
nt the Tchiitiiljii foriH In front of t'on
Miititinopla, ue onllriK to ti illHpuii'li
from Sofia. The flKhtliiK wax vrrj
severe 11 ml lusted two days.
IIATTI.K IX l'lUMJUKKS
I.0111I011, Nov. 7. It In believed that
it litMt hlir tuittle In In tirnuress liu-
(Meeii the ilefeDllerH lillil (lie -Invaders
ut the Telllltllljll for'H liefore the rap
Itil. r "
rii'rioKN TiimrsAND icii,i,i-:ii
.Sofia, Nov. 7. In the five days'
flKhtlni; iiliinir the linn between I.ulo
HurKiiK and liunuri.issiir, the HulKur
Inns It wiih offlclitlly iililiounceil to
ilny, IohI ir.,000 men kllleiKor wound
eil. The Turkish casualties exceeded
It :t olelully aiiniiiinced that tho
pr of ItniliiHtM on the Hen of Mar
mora, ami the elty or VIhu, suiillieiist
of Ailrlanople. were 111 1'llplfd liv the
IliilKurlan troops 011 November '.
lM'KOPi: TO lK('llr.
I'ATK r (X)XSTANTIXOPIiH
Pin Is, Nov. 7. The Malkun allien
will ask for the partltlxin of Kurupeiin
All Albuquerque Welcomes
The representative young ladies and gentlemen attending the
First State Meeting
New Mexico Educational Association
The Square Music Dealers
your niecwM or loun
We Invito you
ranter, iwnrinjr me-fate-or cotmsn
unopie 10 wo ueewan or mer xrcro
pesn powers, according to Premier
Pachltch of 8)tvlft In, an Interview to
day with the correstibndenl 6V th
Temps In Heljcruiln.
tub Hcrvlan statesman eoMinuea'
Bervla wants the porta of t. Olo
vannt Dl Medua, Alessla and Durassa
on tho Adriatic sen, which Servla
possessed In the middle ages, and by
which she was territorially related to
the rest or Kuropv.
Hervla, M. I'achttch mtld. has not
received any proposal from Austria,
but assuming that Austria has no ter
ritorial designs, Hervla Is nulte willing
to favor economic nnd commercial ex
pansion for Austrln.
The premier concluded by saying
that thn'Ualkan allies desired Turkey
to treat directly with them concern
ing peace and not through the pow
Bloody Conflict Raging in VI
cinity of Cuernavaca; Bui
lets Falling in Streets of the
Town: Both Sides Lose
II? Leaard Wire Hi Kvcnluff Herald )
Mexico rity. Nov. ".FlKhtlni; be
tween tile teilerulH under (lelierill
Uluuquct and Kupallstii. led by (leii
eral iletieviMi 1 u was letiewed at
r. o'clock last nlKlit, to the south or
I'Uf rnaviiea, after the rebels bad been
iKimlly routed In the a Trlnciier.i
hills, to the north of the city, earlier
In the ilny.
When darkness Marled the coinbiit
liulluts from rebel uiiiiH were falllim
almo.U lu Hie oulNklrlH of ('uerniiviica.
The federals, eoiiimiindeil by Gen
eral Aiiki bis who bad been haul
preened by llio rebels III the .earlier
llKhtluK weie reinforced by a train
from the north with artillery, and by
Ceiieral Mlniume!, who made u hard
riiFH-eniiniry march with Infantry. It
Ih expelled at tint v depiirtllienl
here that Helieral lllaiiUet will be
a.'ile to lepulHc tile illHUrKeiltS.
The liinnes III the battle are said to
have been heay on both sides.
MAY OFFER EMPTY
Missouri Governor May Be
Named as Vice Presidential
Candidate on Ill-Starred
Ur Leased H'lre to nentnir Herald
WiiHhlliKtoii, Nov, 7. -President
Taft returned to Wnshlngton ut U:4U
today. The prtvatu car or ilovernoi
lladley or Missouri was attached to
the president's train ut HurrlNliuru
and the uoveriior came on to Wash
ington. He will eonrer with Mr. Tuft
lodu). Anke.l If he would take xccoiul
place on the Republican ticket, Gov
ernor lladles Hlild:
"I have not been nskod:
dent Tuft today
Nov. 7.- I'lesl-
Issued a pro la-
S iih ThaiikNulvlnu Did.
HONOR TO HADLEY
extend u special Invitation to rwh delcgalo to vb.lt tlu lr Illff Piano and
.MtiMo Store, SOU Vct fjold avenue; to make It their nicotinic lncv Owvlr
liciulqunrtrru, nnd f- l tliat It Is tw desire or IIJAItVAIlD-ldNDIOlANN'
(.' lu cnako tlie brier stuy of every visitor In Albunueniue Uo Convention
'll) Oftteant ouc.
TIiomo IntercNted in secinjr, hcnrlng or imrchnsliifir I'lanos of known
hutU nml unnumtloncd rarrlleiuti will Iw shown thn wnrtil'it finest nutken,
HPKCIAIkPHIOIOH ailrt TIJIUIH tW BABY PAYMKNTK will N nuotnl
on every known musical Instnunnnt. HICSIB3U1KI1, YOUIl CUBDIT IH
J(M)1) AT OUH IfTOItli fllioiilt you run utiort ur firumnft wri will 'cosh
The Square Music Dealers
lar- MAJORITY HI SAYS JORDAN
. - - , .
i . ,ii m pa a tmt . i
FOR PIE COUNTER
Numerous Patriots Castinc
Covetous Optics Upon the
antt U. S. Marshal's Job.
BELIEVE VICTOR OUGHT
TO HAVE THE SPOILS
The ilti Hi. ii reiiniiH Hhowlug lhi
lct"ir of WIIhoii were not fairly off
Ihe uIii'.m In Alhilitllf riile before thute
beKiiu a must active and liaMy soriiin-lib-
for the par' Hie t hciUs hi the offl-
lal pie counter anil heartburnings
b.ie n tread) commenced to develop
minion Hie llemocriltle patriots who
have been active In the Iiemocratlu
campaign from u senxc of civic dtlt)
ami fi.iiM principle uloiiu.
The Albuiiinriue piiNtiniiNtershlp is
rcuardcil as rlrnt prixe rur the faith
ful mill the appllcaiitK are utlliieroiM
and auxluiiH. Among tlUise ehlellyi
in live In the JoNtle for thin partleulur '
plum ale AlpholtMe FIcIm ler, vvllumi !
Inactivlly in the ,cainpaign Just pant!
Ih Mild to have been due to the kind j
bin firm negative. Mr. Fleischer re-1
i i-lvi d from H'Uiie of tin imwelH that
vviii ii ne iiiiiiounceii him iiesini iu
r r i late iih iniHtinastur.
iitlur camiiiiaies ror tile place are'
k.i Id lu Include Judge William W. M' -1
I'lelliin add Joe Itk'hards, while otll-
ers ,ire tentative or recepllvo fundi
ilatiH tor the poHltlou. The coiiiioIh
shui of t'oHtuiuster H. W. HopkliiH, '
dnii d biNt July, Is goviil for fmii years,,
whirli will be his term irovliling
emi iK'-m y lilcilHiircH are not pushed i
( a HiicciHiiliil coi'cIiihIuii by needy
Mr HoplOiiH Is generally recognised '
an ..nil or the ahlcHl and most offl-.
dent federal euiploves III the uouth
uihi. and a movement to favor some
one cIhc ut the time of the last po-1
llti.nl shuffle this year dlHappeared
in view of the Htrung poiiulttr duiiiuud ,
for his retention. The movement to
keep the IIOMtoffleeS OUt Of Untitles, SH
NOW ON AMONG
ably forwarded by President Taft. has vviileh Is also dlspulud by the riijiul.
grown lu Now Mexico us elsewhere limns.
among the massea of tho peojile. und . (l rill r,mrtK .,., ,,, .,,-
mi, miuiu" ! sin e,... .en. ,
" , ,". 1 '. . 1 " 1 "
Is likely to be viewed with tlie grav-
servlce and not politics.
Thcie nre til ho 11 number of iimbl
tlouii uppllciinls for the position of
Pulled Htutc.i nuirsliul, to which Job
Sccuiidlno itoniuro was appointed
some months ago by President Taft.
It Is understood the only man In this
elty who has publicly announced Ills
f-uiiilldiicy for the position is Fred P. ,
It Is mirrored that none o; the mini
actively after the poNtmiiHiershlp is
likely to mnet with the approval ot
the more Influential Democratic lead
ers and that more or less bitterness
may' be expected before the liiclibilit
Is filially closed.
New Pictures I'listlme ami Crystal.
I II II I I II sVIIII
Electors Generally Stunning a
t Thousand Behind Congres
sional Candidate Through
out the State,
Snntu l'e Nov. t. Tho election of
II. It, Pergusson ns congressman from'
New Mexico Is assured by ut leant
3, Soil majority and possible more, ,ic
corillng tu the figures In iniKscodoii'
of etuto secretiiry Kur) Orceu ot the I
llemocriltle urgunlxutlun this ,iitr
iioon. This lit bailed un of fid. 1 1
turim from l.tit out ot the ft if iue
illictH lu the Mtuto and on scutiiitng,
Incomplete and Hcml-offlclal i.uiinsi
Hum utlicr sections. TIlO 13'.l pn
clnets give I'erKiissiin 7,100; Julia,
i.Htll; l)e llaea, I'.tOL'.
Ketiirus available Indicate tb.ii In
riilte ol the 1,000 adversu iii.i M.ilty
lu Uiuvch county the constll in unial
aineiiilnient removing the laugnaK'!
iiiiiiiiiieiiiion win carry oy an over
whelming majority while the $..uu,
00(1 gonil roads bond IhSUU Will ii.iiel)'
scrape through; although h xnii ma
jority ror the bonds Is hellevi .1 i,. bo
Hecretary Herbert W. Uliirk tit ro
liubllcan heiidiiiarterH does lni eon
ei'de Ihe election iih yd and will not
do ho until the complete offii i.ii re
turiiH are at hand Irom all imihiII.w.
believing thin tin., final result villi be
Vel'.V clime. I
In San Miguel county twenty out of I
rilty-tliree precincts give Jitfla. loou;
l elgUHMlll, hftft, and do Uacu ll'ft.
Ill Itlu Arriba eoimty, flfleei I of
llilrty-four precincts give u majority
ot L'tift lor Juffu.
Til dm cotllilv will tic ho close Hint it
will take the returns from the last
precinct to show who Is the winner,
the democrats claiming It will go ror
I Pergusson by fifty majority.
iloadalupe county In clalmod by 18ft
lor I'YrKUssnu, the republicans claim
ing It by about fifty.
In (IrJnl couiitv, with eighteen out
( of twenty-six precincts, heard from
a majority Is shown of 780 for Kr
I kiihsoii and it Im asserted the other
pnoiiicis will incieaso It.
.Mora and Colfax ari claimed for
Porgiissou by small majorities, with
Pergusson ruuiiliig about" lou behind
Union county Is ilalmeil by tho
democrats by ftoo. the republicans as
serting It will be less than two hun
dred, while PcrgiiMson, according to
t lilt ili.iiinnriit li .,bln.t,,i ...III
4(111 to Mill nmlnrlte l ..,.v nl...
ocruiic presiiieiillal electors
r"" "bout i.uiiii beh hid
M11 lh,( MnU, , ,
tlie precincts. The rcmihllcuiiH
0111 tblit wltll official returns In from
only one third or the precincts In the
state It Is too cully lo 11IT0I1I the
dcmoeriits any basis ror tju lr claim
or .'l.fiOU ami thai complete teturiis
may put 11 different aspect on the re
sult. hoosi:vi:i,t e.vmtir.K tiiik
rot XTv iv two ini.VDiti'.D.
Complete returns, Including those
which arrived today from the moun
tain precincts show tli.H Itoosevelt
curried llermillllo eouniv by 11 ma
jority ol sllghilv over 21111. while the
lesultM otherwise are not affected.
New Pictures I'aslluie ami Crystal.
Dr. Prank II. II. Itobeiu was elect
od president of tlio rluiolmiisters'
elub at tho u ting lasi night and
Prof. j. v. Clarke of tin- city secre
tary. I"'. K. .Clarke has arilvid hern from
Port Siitlth, to usxiinie i barge of thu
local Pmlcrwond tviieniiii r iiunncy nt
12J South First ntteet.
W. I.. Illshop. elty hiiiuirlntendent
of xclioobi lu (lollop, is mil) of tho
truest prominent cdninturn In attend
niico ut Iho N. M. !; A. etltig, Mr.
Illshop was fornnily Huiierlnlondoilt
or schools In Arlcsla.
II. P. crlswell. 1 ii 1 1 1 i !( tidjuster
for a number of big iiio Itisuruneo
cuuipaules, has reiuriied in Albuquer
que from Denver, after i stay or sev
eral months, ami will auiin umkn this
city bis hcailiUaricrH.
I Dr. (leorgo H. ,le,aiuiiuss has re
turned from a brlei visit in New York
Itev. .lercuibih Moore u visitor lu
the city today in imii" from Taos,
whom ho Iuih be. ii bunted for the
past three years lo Clows, to which
. place he bus been called as pastor of
' tho Presbyterian church. HuV, Mr.
! Monro Is u Teiinnsscan and an old
friend of a number or Mbuqueniue
i people who originated In lluit statu.
(Mayur Hollers aiiiioum cs that thn
hand will give n free open air concort
tonight and tomorrow night on thu
handstand In front of tlie Alvarudo
rur the henetlt of the vlHitlnr teachers.
A Warren "40" cur driven by 11, O.
Myers arrived In Ihe elly today from
Youngstown, Ohio en routo lo Loo
Angeles. Tho ear mailt, a biff hit as It
pusscd through thu streets, almost
completely covered by strliiUH or pen
nants, while Mr. Myers played un
i Ingenious calliope devlco, operated
from tho driver's scat, with tho aid ot
i tho cxhutmt from th engine, "Kvery-
i body's Dolu' It," was the masterpiece
I which muilo tho special kllnir with
, the crowds.
n. fl. Hwanltx. represent ns tho
J! Jesse French und Hons Piano Co, of
, Nowcastle, lnd Is hero today, being
Icliunvronea nisiui tno cuy oy ucorge
p, ueurnura, or iweurnaru una i.inae
munn. There will he n meeting of the local
Good Hosds association In the Com
mercial club Friday oveiilnii at 7:80
o'clock, nt which permuticnporfnnlsa
tlon will bo effected, The advlaahil-
lty nf sending an automobile caravan
south and west to boom good roads
will also be discussed,
Members of Moose lodge will hear
namethlnr of personal Interest .to
them by attending the meeting this
ovonlng. Time, 8 o'clookj ' place,
jviooso ciun rooms,
Now rioturos l'uslline ttnd Crystal,
nrynnt Co. Ususnisrs. P)tpn 10t.
Horrors of War Graphically
Depicted By Noted Pcaoo
Advocate Beforo Largo Au
dience Last Night,
No vvni i. in bring financial, soclnl nr
poiitti.il K.iin to nny nattnn. Victory
or dere.it alike bring disorder, con
fiiioti, debt and bankruptcy. An
armed pence, liy which nnllonn lire
Hiippniieii to no frightened Into ne-
inii i'i eiice, is In the li)ii run likely to
ruliioiui. Though war has ceasiul,
.Ik i out "till goes on.
s.. declurod" Dr. Dnvld Ktarr Jor
dan, proxldnnt of l.elaiiil Siaiifnrd
university nt Uatlfornlu, to a targe on-
llcui'c lu the V,kn' l beater turn night.
The dlstlngtllshcil advocate for pca-'o
Kpoiie on the .iitiimIhii nf i in. formal
oienlng of the twi-ntj-itcventh annual
meeting of the New Mexico IMllcu
tlnnal ussuclalloii. nr. Jordan's audl-
.'iii e was un intelligent otic, his
Npccch was greatly appreciated. In il
low voice or remarkable elearuens,
the vvorilM ol the cpi'iilier ienetrated
with case evetv part of the (heater.
Introduced by 1 1 It n in lliultiy of Mcs-
illa Park. Mr. .lordap at once bogau
tile lilHtorA of
wars or unci! nt ami modern iiiiicm,
anil limiting Ukuics to prove the iih
tounillng iiiui in dollais and eelllH or
the bilttlex tluil In d cIiiiiikci! Ibc maiis
of the old ami the new vvol'blti. Tall
lug up lb if I o! war III lives. Dr.
'Tbimc who tall III war are I tin
.voiiHK nun of Hie llatliilix, men be
tvvieu i iir .iyiH of is and tlie,v aro
tilt mill id culirilge. alel'llieMH, illicit
ami i ecklei -"in-. wlu value lllulr
Bargains at Baliew's
in. . Mi'iiiirilliiary values in Millinery offered it iiio Mallow
Sin c .lining tlie last fi a dayii of last week have 1.. .Mended
r.. , ii 1 1 tin 1 of this week. Special prices are pi . d on
All Trimmed Hats
Felt Shapes and Plumes
S11. I1 reiluclloiiH nre selilom
ami nntblnir can bo gained oy
iih Komi ivicitTii sTiinirr.
"5-J $v"S' 25
In Amounts Large or
Small But SAVE.
On large and small amounts alike our Saving
Department adds fout per cent interest, thus giving
pour money an EARNING POWER.
No one can look far into the future, but anyone
can prepare to meet It by saving as muoh, as they
Let us have your deposit this week.
Capital and Surplus, - - $300,009.00
First Savings Bank
& Trust Company
Open Pay Days Until 8 o'clock.
To Automobile Owners
Gasoline, 23c Gallon.
STORAGE, WASHING AND DELIVERY, Month $9.00
DEAD STORAGE, Month $4,00
Agency for Marathon and Vilie Cars. Scoontl hand
oars bought and sold. Full line Auto Supplies. Repair
ing at reasonable prices. Watoh for our New Fireproof
Visser's Auto Company
Remember the Place.
Thft wa,ho ard left (xre
ir itn'i6r fttrso, th rsversu
ttt' the Mtut1 of 'the nation
be. They hold Its history in
DeecMblnr tho trail of death left
by jlhe warn In Kurope, Dr. Jordan
discussed briefly wars lu America, no
f erring to tho Civil war, Dr. Jordan
aid In parti
"It cost us 050,000, lives of young
mon to act rid of slin'ery," ho said. "I
saw not long ago In Maryland ISO
acres of these young men, Thoro are
Some 12.000 ucres filled with thorn
on tho Holds or the south. And this
number, almost n million, north and
south, was the best Unit tho nation
could bring. North and south, tho
nntlun was Impovt-rlnhcd by the loss.
The Jtnps they left are tilled to nil up
peurunccs. There are relatively few
of us left imliu in whose hearts tho
scar of fortv yearn ago are Still un
healed. Hut a new generation tins
grown up of men and wiimoit born
sinew the war. They have taken tho
nation's problems into their hands;
hut thelr's tire bunds not so strong or
so clean a though the men that are,
stood nhouliler to -boulder with thu
men that might have been. Tho men
that died in "the weary lime" had
belter stuff In them than tho inther
of the iiverago man of today. Through
all lime war tins told the same story."
lliluglng his remarks to a close. Dr.
Sophocles once said, two thousand
years ago: 'War does not of choice do
stroy bad men, but good men ever.'
"Schiller sold: 'Dr Krelg Verseh
llngt die llosten.' (War devours tho
"An old Trench proverb ''ays tho
same: Ve mint loujoure les meiues,
pil o font luer.' They are always tho
Millie who get tllcliiMclvcM UllleiM.
"The same motive, the Hiiine lesson,
In h t h through alt agcx. and It Hilda
keen expression lu the wordx of thu
vvInchI men or our ,,111'lv uiittoiml his
loiv, lleujamln l-'rankllu, 'Wars aro
not paid for lu war time; the ultl
At the conclusion of Ills address. Dr.
Jordan wan tendered great appbiuso
bv the audience, which had thorough
ly enjoved the efforts of the dlMtln
glllshed guent of ibe asNoebltlon.
"Preceillnu Hie aililriisn, glue clubs
from Santa !', 'I'luuiiicail and Uis
Vegas iciiiii i" .1 iie:iHlng e1cctlons.
niailo so early In
uniting for possible
Saturday UiciiIubk 0 Until H.
Polarine Oil, 60c Gallon
322 North First St.
Wo carry tho beat nfcfe&
Our stock U Ux tatiOw
prices are lowest. W M$ ,
sold nnd satisfied are pac),
thousand well known cUlscitfl 49
tho Southwest. TJ T
Thcso aro nrguraenta tWlt.'ro.
bcllOTo will nppcAl to and cop
vlnco ovcry iirospectlvo plai
to see and hear our
pianos before buy
200 W. Gold Ave.
Albuquerque, N. M.
110 fi. Second fit,
luqtilro lieblier Optics! 00.
One Bottle $2.5
ouiu:h is a days.
This medicine niailo from 72
different roots und itrassus, col
lectod nnd hulled. Method;
Heat modlclno end apply whero
your rheiiuintlsin Is, Wrlto
soon. With first order, wo itlvo
away ouo bottle for uuch town
Tokio Druggist Co.
V. ). Itox 5S9. l'hono IU3.
NOV 12, 1912
i Elsie St Leon
S 'Margnrot Sayo'd Mnslcrplcoo
OF THE J
Seats on sale at Xatwm'ii f . J I
. All (fpod t educed, nnii ptlatii tho
! same ball. Clarko's Curio Store, ' '
i.iin '. .... ii i i... ,' i
Ntv Plotur I'utllme nd