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The People Who Can jtyfi I
Forward to Thanksgiwftf
Thanksgiving Day has a spcclat significance for those,
who have ucqulrcd tho bnnk-account habit for thoio who
have learned tlio conveilcncu nnd usefulness, of a check
ing uccount In this bank.
Our dopociloru uro mado tu (eel at Thanksgiving
tlmo 'and throughout tbu year thut vu takn a personal
Interest 111 them that xxo lo.o no opportunity to render
tlio .vuluublo business udxlci and assistance.
Our depositors know, too, thut tliulr funds oro ab
Bulutoly secur0 In u bank llko tlio Statu. National a bunk
which, becausu It enjuys public confidence, has groxxi.
luster thuu any other llimnclul Institution In Now Mexico.
Don't let Thnnlttglvlug coiuu around nu)n with out
opening an account ill this bunk. Why not usk us uboul
STATE NATIONAL BANK
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
L ti. Depodtorj;
Bureau of Immigration Will
End Operations November 30
Unless Public Supports Work
legislative Appropriation Expires at End of Present Month:
v ... -n n t4.- oi.i. An.
JMumocr oi rersous wimus xiuo iivuie jtxiwv iuus
nn t?itt,r Vnrnanf in Pnirf TJinv Ttova Atuinrr n
Cessation of Active and Asrerre&3siv work Bar Bureau.
"By Reason of Lack of Funds.
Thut tho mippoit of the people of
the stato Im noccBMir If tho work of
the state bureau or ImmlKratloii Is to
ho maintained until the leidoluturo
hua on opportunity to act In pointed
out emphatically In the current num
ber of tho Ilullctln of the New M-x-ho
Publicity usHoeliitlon published at
tho bureau hcadtiiurtern In this cdy.
It Ih pointed out that tho partial ecu
natlun of fiKKrciilvo buMlness-KfttlrsB
l(j' the bureau, owliih" to lack of funds,
ban already resulted In a falling off
of CU per cent In tho numberof per
Hoiio comliiB Into the state Iu ijucst
of landH and InveHtmeiitH, Tin, state
merit Ih nn follows:
Under tho hiWH of New Mexico thu
TO SI6K WOMEN
. -in . i
ThouMtndt Have Bfeen Htlpcd
By C4Hop Sent
Women suffering from any form of fe
taale ills are Invited to communicate
promnUyvflth tho woman'sprivate corre
spondence department of the Lydla E.
Pinkham Medicine Ca, Lynn, Mass.
Your letter will be opened, road and
answered by a woman and held in strict
confidence. A woman can freely talk of
her private illness to a woman: thus has
been established confidential corre
spondence which has extended over
many years end which baa never been
broken. Never have they publiebed a
testimonial or used a letUr without the
written consent of the writer, and never
has the Company allowed Uiese confiden
tial letters to get out of their possession,
as the hundreds of thousands of them in
their files will attest
Out of the vast volume of experience
which they havo to draw from, it is more
than possible that they possets the very
knowledge needed In your esse. Noth
ing Is asUed in return except your good
will, and. their oovice sas neipea wow
ssnds. Bureiy any
woman, rich or poor,,
should b glad to
take advaatsge of
this generous offer
of 'assittaace. Ad
luun HeJidne Co.
Every weauta esght to Stq
&ydb VI VJakfcAM'ar 80-pffo
Text Bk It in et book for
rjemersrt dietkw, m It to W
obUilBsto hf aMtl. .Writ lor
ifctOi!J' v k
lh'iMiltor.x Snnln IV It. II
approprUitlou for tho utato bureau or
liniiilimitloii niiiH out aUlomutUullv
on November ."J next.
Tin, I.. t IfL-lMlutiiri. noorolirlaled
. ... .... ... . ... , ,,,
$t,.i.)o for cntlnulm.- this work, but
placed the work under the direction
of the commlHNloner of iiubllc lundf,
taking from the Kovornor the power
,,,,,, , .... i ... .
uj iippolt.l thin board, an under th-J
eNlstltiff law. Tho Kovernor vetoed
DiIh appropriation, and while tho
liiiur.l eiinllnni.M I.. ,vUl. It IniH 110 1
funds and Ih therefore practically out
U'liellwr or in. I tin. eA.v.ii.or v. IIH '
rlKht In vetoing thlH appropriation, ' operation until the leKlslaturc Iii.h
and whether or not the IcKlslaturo an opportunity to net; and. ho.oimI.
wiih rlKht In rnnkln.'s It .n thu form .,f'i"ke it mr i.uMueM ami tho buKl
...i.i.i. it .11.1 m..Uii....m whleh nem of your community to cee thut
have no bearing upon the preHent pu
liation. Tho situation l.s thut after
November 3D tho bureau of Immlsru
tlou will bo without fumlH and with
out funds nnd without olunUr a
Hlstunco It will he necessarj to cIoho
thu olllco nnddtscontlnuo tho work.
Kor thu piibt three nionthi It han
been necessary to Htispend all adver
tising, slop the prlntlnj; of all but
ueceiuinry literature, and confine tho
work to tho bare imiiiIiio. Tile object
of tlm hoard In dolnR this him been
H i. huhiu ... ... ..... ..... ""
to keep thu 'olllco open until tho
fulddlo of January or hV first of Kib.
ruory, when tho IcKlsluturo will ImVil
un opportunity to act.
Tho buro -necessarj expenses for
tho routlno vif tho oflb-e approximate
1300 per month. To cut tho expense
below this flfturc would bo to muke
thp work pructlcully useless. Them
nro outstundlnir at this time sumo
1300 of dues or the New Mexico Pub
licity association which nro due mid
puyablp. The association hits ap
proximately $100 Jn Its treasury after
nil bills have been paid. If ull mem
bers Of the association will pay tho
amount" due, nnd If nil members will
contlnuo their membership during De
cember ond Januury, It will w pos
sible tu contlnuo tho otllco work and
maintain the organisation undisturbed
until such tlmo.tifl the legislature can
havo un opportunity to proyldo for
tho work or definitely to dscontlnuo
Wo havo reason to Jjellove, from
many mcmbcrn of the assembly thut
Immediate provision will bo modo for
tho hureuu of Immigration. To stop
tho work nrul olpso tho ntllco oven for
a period of thirty days would practl
cully destroy an ulTlcUnt worklntr or
conization and a thorousrhly efnclcnt
systum whloh has required more than
throe years of very hard work lo
build up. We hcllwo tbut every man
Interested In the development or tno
stato will rcconnlto tho practical Im
portance or contlnuJnir the work until
such time as the state through Its
representative In tho legislature oholl
say definitely whether or not It wnnto
the work continued.
At this time, It Is lcslrablo that
tbd.memnerr of the bureau or immi
sratlon should make their position
perrootiy clear, it ww onargea oy
fc-Htteit th -activity of tki
H h&iM! W ti ajtfroprtatlbn
isBlrrt the 4tr iot tho
mmUtA41mmla itt.offic Mi to
keeji tfc9 present secretary f tha
boaw i ftc roe rati enr of thia
without, compeaseilon of any eHarac
un STicr fire airwmnees men
cxtontdvo feurineM'aJIaU demanding
constant attention. TntJro S not a
momber "who, desire to contlnuo ac
tively in tho work, Their activity hu
been. Inspired solely by s desire to n
cour&co and assist In tho dovotopraent
of tho state. Tho secretary of tho
board has received a salary of 12t
per month. Ho has no desire to continue-
In tho work at onoh a r alary,
and It would bo Impossible, for him
to do so. Ills dealrn apd that of tho
cnttro organisation has been merely
thut tho work should continue, that
l should remain In compotcnt hand
nnd that It should bo kept nut of tho
round-up of tho nverago political of
fice, elneo tho entrance of tho ofHeo
f Into iolltlen menus to seriously lin
4' 11.1 it. .i...f..i...u
With this statement an to our at
titude, whleh wo trust In perfectly
plain, wo desired to point out to tho
development Interests and tho public
spirited cltlr.nns of this ntnto thu ah
. ,'Holuio importance of continuing tin
(work, Any well Informed land man
Selll tell ou that within tho past
. ..nlnvty tla.H them han been a decrease
fifty er nt In tho number of
I'pi'muiH roii'lnir Into New Mexico In
4inearcli f uititm and location. ThiH
tjapllen to the entire slate, with the
vxeuptluti of one or two nintill din-
trlrlH. ulileh urt extiendlnt; larKe
wuiiih of money ralmd locally for com
1 munlty ndvertltdnir. Keen these dls
trlci have felt the (Imp. Durltit; thin
' pcrlnd. since the buri'iiu of Immlifra
tlon Iiuh leased Itx acllvt nd ertlflni;
the publicity work, the correspond
ence of the nflkv han decreased about
, four-llfths from the aVeraKe of nlnetj
da ago. We have nlmpl eeaoed to
Bo attur liunlnrKM, nnd iim a mutti'i of
courso w unknot jjetllm; It.
. Now here are the plain fuel. The
' bmilnens men of I'olonuto have united
In it petition "to their lefflnlature for
JOO.OOO prr yeur for linnilfiriilUui and
publicity. It -Is ahjtylutely certain
that thin will be ranteil. Colorado
will Npoiiil tho output of a leii-mllllon
dollar bond Inane for gom) roadM iih
UKaliift New Mexleo'n jr.no.uOU.
I'lah will upend Dd.i'Ou on puiillilt
' work "nitxt year.
WjiunliiK and Montami will npend
in.uOO and ;tu.umi. renin etlvelj .
WaHhlm;ton and firepon will upend
1 approximately 1 I.uoii.hoii on publicity
I in ion.
I Tho secretary of the immigration
'bureau tlmlM In a recent l.tlt to Kan-
h.in that thu leitlslaturo of thut ntatO
'in illhp'ed to upprorrlato tr.n.DHil for
publicity woik exeluslveh, and I lib
lx In addition lo more than u million
dollar per year which the Plate han
txwn i'Tpi.-ndln(r for yearn Uion Its
agricultural and ptatlctlcal depart
mentH which ur really nothing more
nor lew than nn id' the mnt effect-
,lvo advertllna lep.irtmnln ever or-
TIiIm matter Ih MruUht up to New
M,.vU. Wl. imVo ot to meii thin
ci.iiipelltloll, and meet It elfecllVelV.
or we hu f;ot (.. make u.i our mind.
ifll uirii fur rii'i'i iu n4iii
I money uut of jour New .Mexico In-
'etments, you men who eKpcet the
hiuin of your town lots, your build
'": "! 'r I'urm landw to liicronn..
hilVn ot o ut Into tho (mine tllld ee
It. that the ntnto and your i-omuio'i-
Hy iloeii the rlKht kind of pilbllelO
and Inunlitrallon work. If ou fall to
,,0 Ui you (Mlv m ,
KlnB Jihead. but you are roIiik to n)lp
backwards, and you ale RoIiik I" tdlp
-This Is plain talk: It Ih also
plain facts. A.sk the average hind
,, w ,,. yull
yoll in, already nllppliiR.
Thiro aro Iwti UiIiihh we want to
urte Upon )ou In lew of Wlnil lb
Irlrst. do .Milll' hllale lo see (hill Un
lUireUU of I llh'rntlull olll'i' rellialllH
tho member of do letflflnturo from
your county ;. to Santa !' In Jan
iimi-j pledKcd to ft t it ml for an nileiiuatu
ami Immediate appropriation for our
InimlRriillon and publicity work.
Youth very truly.
Till: Ni:W MKXICO lll'lt KAK !'
New Pictured I'aHtlmo and Crntul
t'nlim t tin I'nmoiw Vlollim.
(MtlfnRO, '"III.. :NOv. Sf, Tfouhlo
BinrtM In thu Chlcnjto Federation of
hr ,MirnllM1, mra.iivnriu Ami
jbor.heru liecauso fllrudlvnrlus and
(1 Warner I uh did not put union lahels
in tno violins iney mane oinu nun
drods. of yeurri no.
Thut Cremonus should ho dlsearded
In fnvt)r of .unon-mude tnslrtimentH
was (ho demand made in a com
munication front tho Jinnd inxtru
mont Makers Union. Tho dlceovery
that komo vlullnlstH In tho Muslnlana'
unl6n were phiylnr; Cremona vlolln
without union lahrdn In them brounht
forth the complaint from tho Instru
"I mov6 that the tfimmiinlcutloii
bo laid on th table," snld It. O. 1)11
Ian, a violinist of the Musicians
union. "I play an Instrument thut
cost mo S7G0. It Is u "Htrnd' and
wouldn't change It for 10,000 unloii
labels. I wouldn't give It for u car
load of union labeled Instruments."
"Thu position of thu delcgute. Ih
unttmuhle," replied Delegate Hchllcht
f th plnno milkers' union. "It Is
prcpoBiurau to uuppose tnai union,
men cannot muko 'as good lnslru4
menta an nonunion men."
Tho trouble was stayed fur thu
tlrrfu by tho appointment of u com
mittee of two each from tho Fed
eration or i.ttucr ana the dirroreni
unlonu of muslcul Instrument maker
to meet with tho executive hoard of
the Chicago Federation of Musi
titans to try to effect a settlement ot
the quesetlon. 1 '
Just rece-lved Now lot of Navajo
mis) Claflte'a Curio store.
"My child wua burned terribly
about .the face, nook and chut. I up
tilled Dr. Thomas' Eolactlo Oil. TliM
rain ceased. and the child sank Into
a restful sloep.''--ir. waucy u, iian
son; jiamuurg, . ,x. uv, r
MT,-yoTiro-t...- ,a:fl- -. ,
MMuntry srsiw'SWir? en this, tad
-K...i,.inv l mi or winttrrrten.
ttyrfet and o5timp for wi.mri
pouna la kntnr C pjM, Pre scrip Hon
J. U. O'lUBZiXiT A CO.
Internatioml Pry Farming Congress
Has How Become a World Movement
Prominent l&pifeseiitatives of Fifteen Nation ' at iGrcat
Meeting in Xetlibridge Attended By ThoniAnda of Dele
gates; Most Powerful Agricultural Organizatiou iu the
1V JOHN T. BUnNS.
l'crhupn mo of tho most signifi
cant accomplishments of the seventh
International Ury FUrmlng Congrcbn
nt lAithbrldge resulted from tho at
tendance of tho delegates otllclally
represcutlng various tuitions which
hud been Invited by tho government
of Canada to participate. These of
llclal delegates were appointed by
their tnitlutiN ad .referendum, and
within tho next fow weeks there will
ho In the possession r the govern
inents the olllclul report, whleh wilt
contain tho obscrvatloua of theeo
delegateH, some of whom wero wnt
long dlhlaliccM to Study (ho work of
the congress and learu further of thu
wonderful development of the system
of agriculture represented In tho dry
Fifteen Nation., tlrprosiuitcd. ,.
The gocriiorn of Victoria and Nttv
South Wahf. Australia, were otllutal-
y repretu-nleil bj the' lloriorahhi Nel,
Nlelsoti, trade and Immigration com-
mlKiloiier if New Mouth Wulcn, at
present located fit Snti l'mnclsco,
Argent Inn was represented by Ho
nor Joiniuln (Irauel, n oilleer of tlm
iiilniMtli oi Aurluulturo at Ileuuus
Mexico lent Sr. Ing. I.nuro Vladas,
chief of the division of ucrieulture of
the department of fometito, Mexico
It v. and !r. Itomulo rtteobar, for
merly president of aiexlo Aurlenl
tiinil college and now dlreelor of dry
farming (xperlnivnt work lor Mex
China was represented by tho Hon.
Kn I.ung lliiteh. chief of tho bureau
,f publications of the deiMrtment of
agriculture uud forretry of tho now
reiiuhll. of China, who came direct
from 1'eklng. t'hlnu. with an exhibit
of dry farmed products and who re
turned to Celling Immediately uftsr
Cernlii wiih represented by Mltra
Ml Kull Knhn. charge d'affulreo of
ershi ut Washington, l. !.
India was reproAented by the Hon
orable l.ello C. Ooleiuuti. dlreelor of
agrlculttiro for MysoroiHlste.
Italy wiih oillclnlly ropreieiilcd by
t.'hevuller (.luldo Itiwitl, cornuicrvlul
Uttaeho tu thn ltulUn coinlut uvricr.ll
In Nw York city.
Tho NetherlumlH wad represented
by Ir. C. f;. II. (iroeriiuun, Mint Iroiu
the department of agriculture ut Tho
Ucriiimie was n presented by Hur
on i.nonbeym n, imjiuriui tiermuii
coiihiil at Heat lie, Wash.
Htlwda vas olllclallv represented
by Mr. Alexander Kol, acting Im
perial Husslan agricultural eommlH-
slouvr to the Cnlled Ktales.
h'outh Africa a unofficially rep
resented by Mr. H. Itogorrt of Johuti-
Turlte was uuollleliilly reirem)tilcd
by Iir. Aaron AaroriNohii, director of
the Juwlsh oxperlineiit ,tatlou In Cut
est I no.
Hungary wan unolllelully repre
sented by Mr. ileotge A. Ktrasser of
HudaiM'St, a pro of tho Hon. aemi
Koppcly. ihc IIuiikiii l:ui vice tircsl-
ll'iit of the lull in .iloiaii Ury I arm-
In addition to Hie ul'ovo there, wero
present Mr. Ab s nider Aaioiihohn of
llnlfii, Calehtln., innl Mr. ,f. A. Ho
sen, agricultural rcmiiiilw.on of - tho
Ktato of KkrairaiioNl.it, temporurlly
located In the Culled Kliites.
Cresldent Tafi oi tin- United Hlaten
wiih oillelulh- rcpn hinted by Dr. I,lb-
erly II- llnlley, di.ui of the Hchool of
Agrleulturo id rornell uulvurslt),
Ithuca, N. V.
Tho nonunion "I "inula wah rep-
rrsetttcd by tlm llonurublc Murtltt
llurrcl), mlulHter of ugrluulture of
thn J)i.mllon government, ut Ottawa.
Tho vurhjuii provinces of western
Cunadu were reiiresentcd by Wis
Honor Moutenunt Oovernor Oeorgo
Wllllnm llrowu of Hnskutchewnn,
Ills Honor l.leuteiuint-dovernor u.
H. V. Hulveft of Alberta, tho Hon
orable I'rlco Klllson, mlnUter of ngrl
eulturo uud llnnuce or Urltlsh Colum
bia, nnd W. K. Koott, deputy -mlnls-ttiof,
DgrlcliUiir' of ihuyajirnu prov
ince; Mitultoiai wuh represenieu py n.
A. lledford, deputy minister or agri
culture: Huskutehewati by thu Hon.
W. Jt. Motherwell, minister or agri
culture, and A. V. Mantle, deputy
minister of agriculture, nnd Oenrgo
Huruouri, deputy nilulster of garlcul-
To Itulso 9.10,000 Cima in 1013.
Theso Inturnullooal delegates, to
gullicr wllh the exeeiHvi.oonimllteu
und vlen presidents from the United
Htutus territory, met several times In
executive session and dlsouseod tho
various official phases 'A the work,
nnd proposals were, made by -various
delegntes und olllcluls for further de
velopment, In tbeso executive sessions two
nolnts of vast Importance to the or
ganisation uud to thu world at largo
wero decided upon.
nrstThtt Dr. J. If. Worst, pre
(dent of tho North Dakota Asrlaul
luraJ college, formerly president of
tho international Dry i' arming con
gVess; nnd now chairman of tho
I'oundatlon' Fund, should continue
his Work ' during the rtwtt t wolve
months a,nd aOouru an nearly te. pos
slblo do v?,OyQ .toward the 1;000.000
fund wblojj i necessary tot the. eon
tlnuatidn of thu work, pf.'tkls con
TJle ntfthod of DWmiit9a
ouumen wts io. jppvni m.w&s;
Jpr. floliutn, the writ known nJtln rrto-
eiflHst'wriieii. "I nui eonvineed that tns
U.D.I. Ircrlptl(m m an iiiuuti a spectrin
for ecsetna an iiluln foe nmlarls. ' I
titts been prrscilliiin; tho U.D.U. runieify
tor yearn." 11 will tuka away the ilch
the instant you apply Itu
Sn fact we are so sure of what XXTXD.
wilt do for you that we will be Rind
to let you have a $1 bottle on our truer
ante that It, will eost you nothing un
lets you nnu mat it uoes.we. wora,
throplcally Inclined persons through
out tho world for subscriptions of
from 126 to $250 and tu Issue, life
momburshlps for whatever amount
might bo siibcsrlhcd, theso member
shlpu to bo distributed to student,
ot agrleulturo worthy young men
who might need tho Information tu
bo secured through tho congress tho
money to bo placed- In tho Founda
tion Fund, tho Interest only tu ho
used by thu trustors. Daniel Mor
gait, member of tho board of gov
cruors, of Hpokuue, led thu subscrip
tion with one membership ut fl'C,
and a statement that It Mr. Worst
would rulso a total or I30.U0U within
a year ho would subscrlbu Jl.UOO.
Dr. Liberty 11. llalley followed with
a personal uubscrlptluu ut live mem
bcndilp to bo distributed by hluutolf
tu the memberM of his board, und
later several members of tho con
grcMi mib.iurlbcd each for tho
fund, which totaled about SI, GUV bo
for tho close of tho uongreaa.
Dr. Worst smilingly ns.sumcd thu
obligation thrust upon hliu and hus
.nlreudy begun outlining n campaign
through which he Intend to secure
results ten iiutchl).
Widening hclculllln Work.
.Second 'Cue eventual cplnbllsh
mem or iieailiiuarterH iu mmiic con
trail) Incited city of the WcM tropi
which will he operated the Interim
tlonal and lux iitg.it Iu- work of the
enngri hi. uh a competent corps of
Mclcntlttc wirkers. mnor and statls
tlchiiiH; llic orniinlgntlnu of a dry
fiirmlug oi monthly maiiii.liie to bo
iKNiied In the binKUagc ot every nil
tlon uuiler government control ami
patron. iK'. mid the vmiiioxment of
ciHttirl.il x titers In every country for
tlio puriioM- ot ii!ii mlillni; the neces
siiry Infi rmutlou lor tho enlargement I
and carrMng out o( thu iroiagunda.
The M'eretary xvns authnrbted to lire
sent plans In detail to goverumenlN
within the ti.M, tew inonUiH.
The plan' us proposed duct not In
terfere or In any way affect the xxorlt
of (ho lntenmtlon.il bureau of ugrl
uulture ut Home, hut It hi contem
plated, that the eiyomwiUitfi thut. ti
be extended by the tuitions xx'lll be
for the dliect beiielll of the farmer,
leaving nuch iiiattetH as crop ropurty,
ntatlstll Information, etc., fur the
already eNtabllshed organizations op
erating along hcleutllic lines In be
hull of the ci inmcrco of the world.
Mo l Coxtciflll World OrgnnljitJon.
Tho prograiii of il. e cijnitri'Nii HncII.
the exinNllloii innl the very ninny
f i ut lire s of the cougri-KH might he the
Niibjei't lor an extended article, which
at this time Ih quite Impossible oxxlug
to the hitellCMN ot the hour, but the
xxrlter desires to nay that trom i-v-cry
Muuilpiilnt .he seventh annual
ticHNlou of the Intcrnutlnnnt Dry
Farming i '.ingress bore out Hie pro
phii.'les that had been made prcxiniu
to (ho cnngreiiM that tho l.etlibrhhio
meeting would fMtahlMl a Hew rec
ord ami that xvhoii the congreeH had
elo.icil its annual hchmIoiih the uioxe
mint would ho kuoxxii iih tho greut
cfit, inosi prnelical and most power
ful agi-ciilliiral organisation In the
The lonililiicil opinion of tin- c.
peril, acting innl parllclpallng In the
exposition wiih tbni It xvas the best
soli pi'miiii'i I'xhlhli ever held on Hie
American coiiihout, mul that while
homo mliilnkcii were uiaile ami the
pn gram could hnxe I u Improved
upon In h)oIh, no other convention
of llko nature him exer been held
where such perfect spirit of unity
prevailed ami where the h.-utlmcni
centralized absolutely In the iilueii
tlon of tlm farmer townnl b.ttei
farming, better home llle and a bet
ter commercial treatment of the sub
ject or agriculture.
No young woman, in tho joy of
comlnt" motherhood, should neglect
to prepare her system for the physi
cal ordeal sho Ih to undergo. Tbo
health of both herself and tho comlnc
child depends largely upon tho care
he bestows upon herself during the
waiting, months. Mother's Friend
prepars the oxpoctant mother's iys
tern lor tbo coming event, an! Its usa
makes bor comfortable during all the
term. It workftt with and for nature,
and by gradually expanding all tin
suotf, muscles an& tendons, Involved,
and keeping tbo breasta In good con
dition, brings tbo woman to tbo crisis
in splendid physical condlUon. Tbo
baby, too, Is more apt to bo perfect and
strong where the mother has thus
prepared herself for nature' supremo
function. No bolter advice could ba
given a young expectant mother tbait
that she use Mother's Friend; It is
medicine that bos proven its .falua
In thousands Jt
Book far oapect
ast kttoK "which oontaies ttuoN
vaifutW ftlomatlon, and many, sug
seMhtA JwJal fssturo.
fxTumliiM. f c. r..i t i ""miily. lako oxerclse, koeplcon, andl
NUniUCl Of SUCCOBSfUl LOCal od health Is pretty sun to follow;
Insurance Companies, Iiko UM "ottio.-Ady.
tho Occidental, Has Nearly, Home cooking tablo at wo
Doubled in Six Years, i men's club sale next ffriday
r rr rx., ' . , 205 West Central
J. IT. OUIolb, xtce president of the.
CKicldental Ufo Insurancu eompanx . 1 .. T
nnd u closo student of utl phases of
i no inmiraiico btislueHa, has r.Hsembleil i
Mi.oo data xvhlch Indliiiles In n most
Kiaptiiu manner tho ttomcmhiUM for
ward Htrldos which are being mitdo
throughout tho coumr.x bj ho-ciiIUiI
"homo coiupuiika" llku thu Occldcn-I
"Tho tremendous growth of homo
companies llku thu Occidental Is oiom
of tlio phenomena of tho present-dux
llfo Insurancu business." said Mr
O'lllolly this moruliig, "and It should
bo of Interest to New Mexico pooploi
to know that tho srowth of tho Occl-1
douUil Is moro than keeping pacu
witli tbut ur slmlliir lustltutluna ux tho
lly way of emphasizing his remarks,
Mr. O'ltlelly pointed to u recent laauo
of tho Insurunco Field, which Imo tha
following to aay on tho uubject
8ovon year ago, Iu 1005, thuro wcrq
twenty-flvo atntvs In the union having
old lino, log.U rcjurvo llfo companlea
or tliulr own, At tlnt tlmu uud for ix
number or yenrs before Ihero hud boon
few now llfo companies; organlsod
throughout tho south and west. Thu
great Now York companies controlled
tho bulk ot tho busliics.1 In prnoucally
every Hiuto, Including tliulr own. Kvon
In Bhite:x llku MasMchusotts and 'Con
nectlcut xvtiero there wuro prosperous
and welt managed domostlu companle.i
most or tlm bujlncs.i went outside.
Tho aggresslx'o methoda und liberal
iDducemoiiUx or one kind or anothen
offered to nitenta nnd prospecta over
enmo whaiiwor local prldo existed.
Consequently local compnulcs jilodded
nlougr.ln most cnsen.innklng hut smalt
guliiH eaili ii n, xxhllo a fow outsiders
scooped up tin. business in lurrcurlug
(luantltli-ii , i.-h inr.
'Ileeji Ymir Mimny ut Hume."
Then In Ci.. .iini a wtormy peiiod
for lllo .usiii.iui'o und tho hIok.iii
"keep . your money at home" was
heard on cxeii- iniud. Tlioso xxhn
raised this cry h.ux in the ieiiillng
udJtiHtmenl or ronipeilllvo lines a
chance for exlsi. ace ami tunny uctlvo
romiMinleii have resulted I in in thix
nroniotloii lexer which aweiit Hid
Now, aftr sl yearH of new com-'
puny promotion, how havo tho loculi
conuianleH fared In thu work of more
oquully distributing thn nuflliessV At.
thix elosn or liM 1 the tutisl date for
whleh cnmileto icturui tiro axallublo
Iherix went forty-live Males xvltli
liouio ciiiiipnnlcH, Instead of lixciiO
Uo Ik yeam before,
Tlm mxt iiuestlon thai NiigReslH II
Heir Is: Hoxv tivnl am tho new iom
paules gahilng ground In their luuuo
ittntes? Tlm renullii are In many ciihi-h
surprising and wnubt .. ive been con
Hldered unite Impossible of accont
pllshinenl a few yeiiiM ago. Ailx.
Janiea Halleok Heid's Muster
jiieoe to Be Presented in tho i
Elks' Theater Early Next
Month; Is a Strong; Play.
UcpictliiK lllo Iu a Alns-.o In. i IU
llsiilug toxxu, portraying Iu a hik.mi,
manner, Him life, xxlth Its soir.nxii
uud sun shine, "The t.'otifesslou" rrum
tho pep or Jameii HatleeK Held, a III
bo presented at tho Kliui' Ihcatel' I lu-
'I'lie play Is one oi tbo utl oiik' hI up-lo-ihito
iliamiiH that Iiiih been olfercd
to iho theatergoing public for a lunu
la r of years. Knjnylr.i; n HiicccHHrul
run ol llx moni.m at the IIIJou thc
ati r, llroiidxxay. New Yorlt ami ll.i
Ing to croxxdeit Iioiivch In all the laruur
cltleH while en tour.
A deep loxo story Is ixoxoii Into the
lot. A beautiful girl, tu loxe ixll.i a
lad, who glvcH moro or bis time to'
Iho wiim of tho world, a mother or llu I
wayward son, patiently striving to '
suvu hlin. tho ullvglnncu or a young1
boy. who has buon picked up rrom tho
JJoxvei), New i'ork und given a good
iiomo. ruu ranniui urotiior, ti'o
Kruneh Canadian, who tries to drug
tbo bid doxvn, the iitturneyn xvhn try
to save him from the gallows and the
governor of lao slulo, all xxho mnlio
thlH great play tho tnoul powerful pro
dueilon thai hati exer been preseiituil
III thU, city.
Thn story Is ol a way xx aril hut good
Piortid boy, In lovo with a young
lieln sii, xvho Ih an ondinn. Tlicy nuar
ret and she senda him away return
Ing their bntrulhnl ring. There is an.
other brother xvho baa been given hM
llrsl parish. Thu wayward son leaves
un a vury stormy night going to n
saloon. Them hu meets a brother of
tho girl who upraldu him fur his ac
'tlons, a tight follows and tho girl'
brother Is murdered.
Tho boy Ih arrcslud and a few min
utes later, a French Cansdlan, con-1
fusses to tho young priest that ho had;
killed tho man whllo tlm tight waft)
going on, unde? tho lm'protwlon thatj
tU ttsad man had wronged his eteter. i
Iftter he dlsooverw that the dead man)
naa not wrougea'tiiu eisior, out no. re
fuse to go on the wltnesa stund and i
tell the trrdilii ksiqwing that the belloe
P.f (,ho chucch w.UI r& Allow thf. young!
prlent to hotray his oonfc16it, o M
later sent to Jail for perjury Th
counueinent ohattora his health and
he la dylnc of cousumpllorM 1t eon
fessen to tho truth beforo hft die and
wives un Innocont jiium Just tu ho W
about to bo hulls' '
All Hoodn reduced and priced tUd
sumo to ull. Clarke's Curia Btoro.
Can't luuk woll, eat well, or foot well
wllli Impuru blood. Keep tho blooi
pure with llurdoclc Blood fittoraV Eat
I'KOC. M HVI Ii.
Tho Imminent Uorlil famed I'alnilit
Without asMiig a oiiesllon IIiIh
strangely gifted m.iu ioikIh your llfo
clenc .w unerring as the law of
gtaxitatlou. Ho tell xou your tal-
entH ami short coinings, lulls you what
yuu came for. tells you xvhen ami
whom ou aro going lo marry; In
It you are sick, he will, without ask
Ing qiK'NlliniM and annoying cMitultin
tlnici, tell you tlm uuliiro and thix
inusu of your dlseaso ami show you
tho xx ay lo perfect health ami huppl
nesn. I72't W. Central Axe, oppiHlo Al
hmiuorquo floral Co.
Wo carry tho brat makes.
Our stock Is Uie lurgmt Our
prlcea nro lowest. Wo bare
sold and satisfied ovur otto
Uiousnnd well known cltlicn ol
Thtwo nro nrgnmenta that w
hulloTo will appeal to nnd con
vlneifr overy iirnnpeptlvo piano
to sec and hear our
pianos before buy
206 W. Gold Ave.
Albuquerque, N, M,
One Bottle $2.50
CUHKtt IN 5 UAXH.
This mudlclno mudo from 78
different rootH and grasses, col
lected and boiled, Method:
Heat medicine, and apply where,
your rheumatism If, Write
soon. With first order, wo lve
away ono bottlo for uajlt town
or city. ,
Tokio Druggist Co.
1. O, Box 559.
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