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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING HE RAH), SATiniUAY, JANUARY 18, 1010.
Sad Mistake to Think That Wc
Can Aot Humnnly and Hu-
mancly By Merc Letter of
the Written Law. .
Olle of UiH tin ml Interesting of III-
many sermon delivered during the
kMHaar on Motlologtcal quest on h.
llarfltl Mendel Wilier, ,i( Temple Al
bwrfcwas th- sermon mi the -rnwri:-lUttldiH."
delivered iH-rurr ii I mi
J"g2"oi last evening Ir. Jill
oeTsneglimed tab in logical sequcin
the trvnaona rr written and unwrttt,
ad dc, larcd thul It Ik a tad in. I
eerloiu mistake for people- t think
thn&w mn 11 itnd act humanlv ami
Humci h the mere letter oT li
lew True nifrii anil men. l
euld, ur.- they who practice th--"rig
law of I ho land and .11 the
time rise above i hem and -m-in-'f"
by Jheir in..h B,,d .ii,rii ihi- ui.
written raw of , .him n ,., iharmtei-
rw. godliness. Where there i
m rt malm urn ur morality there m- d
pat m minimum r taw. npeu
he d their uttltude
witjLreference n lawn. Ir. Ml I iter de
'"JF hBt " 'he htmhes pern-rim .1
functions. Hurt- would be
"W" "f Puritanical ftunduy laws
hd affttied thul aa long km obsolete
fsreU nr.- adhered lo people will con-
rofu.- b turn the day or
rtr1 r.-creuthsi Intu a day ot m
ry ad monotottf. even If the Dm-ftt-JJ
closed and Imll (amen pro
SIf n'1 newanup.-re eliminated,
im nllher spoke In part hi follow
"m recent HI-H-h-Hridaman inci
dent. Ig whi.-h .i Ki. n.-h Jun a. quilled
an gfttei I. hi. I.. .11 tu It, ill m-H.lM
"i-iMfcte oi id. -unwritten law.' ha
tirrnd ui. .i ureal deal t dtwumilor.
n Jili ! ,.i the Atlanta. -The
tawwtl'' written law. mart be n
roraM and executed, cried some. The
law of the land muat be lived up to.'
demanded i.thi-m 'The unwritten lw
is afjnrt'ltHitl,' amued tlil other.
"fcajurdlea ,,r the merit and de.
mi-fUs In thia concrete ease, it t a
mistftke i ihinic thai i people ean
five fully, freely and morally fry the
wrljUrn law alone. The hianeat itw
mi H oh,ved are. not th- written, but
th Unwritten ih. Th. tieai and n
Maaf inatliii U and inatltutioim of ( .
Illaad man an- ri-aulnt.d, nl by tne
wrIUen !a. whleh i external, nut by
the rfin written law. which la Internal.
The nneat ImpiiliMMi apring. not from
a icnl xle, but rrom an nnllvhioned
nnaclenie. Were thla not . rellRion
mm1 othlca woald be unneNnnty.
hurlty aiiperfluous. The rourta would
reiKfe the rhu.-fhea, the hallm of ln
latHfftiff would lit. ime the at-ula of
HarnlnK. 'f"' 1 irlotm Mould talta
the plme of ihlji(nthrnir If mere
leanl i . i.n nra aunieU-nt in rt-g
ulaie mwn' i-ondiu-l, there would be
no n'"' "I f nuelem-e and i harai-ter.
It In a notable fn- ( that. when
'hurt-hem rail in their fiim-llnna und
mlnlatem are unable to create man
bood anil moruDt) In their mcmbfht,
I bey aegln to rlatrior for law Hnd ing
laiMtlon. When paronta are derelict
In I heir dtlttea. and theli i-hlldren be
atn to atuitt -vldi-n -i n of futilt) iraln
mf. the written law of I he Ntate la
NMM4 to ' :r- 'h- malady whlli the
WtwfiHwn law ot the home tnuld
have reM iil-d. K-r. what elae, pra!.
In ill that akltatlon to leilaiale pro
hlillon ar t puiitanit.il Sunday oh
erv4i? but a i-unieaalon that homes
and c'hrofca iuid aninday arhoola
hv urovon uttr Ullurea? The fro-
liBt-y with hlh lawn are Invoked
Mi HHplorecl l do the work that
doaa nl bflon t them I the xuret
tritwrkHt ir people ii morallt. Where
(iVorw la a maximum ul moralU there
ata ja bill a minimum of law ; a
nastmum ur i.iw indhati a minimum
of Morality. For, n Tacitus toraely
ramarlta When the state la moat cor
rupt, then tic Inws ot moat multi
plied. K tmreftla did thIV full duty,
If tfe fsaHtple of t-m iterance und
Modivajtluti pt ailed In lh modern
hoMM, there would be no nend of pro
hibition. H the home were permeated
by an ttlmoHpheie ol and the
omwlomi ( borne lid wet. liiom- :
rUMrMtotf ack-b Witty. Hut- . -uld b.
ttu dansrr In the tabu . ir the
rfawehf poifwnwd tb- H i" fn -ttoft.
there wodld no i:i'' -lta.nloMl
Sunday latra. Aa long a rh.
rnurcbw are removed from real llf
aa I n a Iney contliMie to pi . ah
thaoU-t.. und tntl'iUHied creeds h i b
no one realU believes and which the
I. readier and lite churches them
iu'Iv.x do not IHc the tluMklnK pu
llis will ioi.tlnue io und rnurch ser
vice boreaomc anl .vlll refuse i tin-"
the dwy of foal and teciaalluf. into a
tlhy of mlaaty and monotony, even II
Hi. theaters be cloned and ball num.
l.i..hiblt-d and uewp'i'-r elitnlmit- i
If our friend who Agitate the .hiisc
of prohibition lawa and Muudiiy l"
and host of other law purporting
Ui mtt 'or sovlHl wtifwre wtie iie,
they would rewllse that temperance.
riitoty, ubatlnenca and purity cihi
hn cuHlvated only through tltf ';;n
Written law' of HNigelH4) and rellg
ioua sentiment, and not through the
written law of . Il and tate.
"Whun w-- long buck tu the mun-it
of civilisation wa ftn wonder that
oartaln condtllona could ever have
wi tolerated flu I they wore legal.
3m Utw su m-t toned them and for that
reaaon tbey were tolnrated. And it
was only after public . on lounnvas
Wna awakened t the wrong of sueh
conditions tbni r-rorm wn made p
slhle. Hut publli i otiMi-loiisnea has
over been iwak-ticd, uil through
Written, .nit through uuwiltti-n law,
flenerally It came ab"iit in direct de
tutnee of Hu- wtllten l-iw Win ic-v el
and wh'-i'M-r despotism was destroy-
The only way to
The quiok way to
Phone 1711 77J.
Ollh'ts hntuy Hotel,
Mrs. Hansen, In a Letter From
Mobile, Tells How She Gained It.
Mobile, A1a."r guffirfrt for Btrcri
yearn, with womnnly trouble," wrlloo
Mra. BlBurti Hnntion In n letter from
thla city. "I felt weak rind nlwnyn lied
ft htadncho and wits nlways going ta
the doctor. At last I waa operated on,
and felt bettor, but soon I had tho
My htinband asked me In try Cnrdtii.
I felt better afior tho first bottle, and
noV, I havo a Rood appotlto and tiloop
woll. I feel fine, and the doctor tells
mo I am looking better than ho ever
If yen aro tick and mlitnr.iblo, and
surfer from any ot tho palna duo to
womanly trouble try Cardnl.
Cttnlttl la iwceessfti! been use It Is
eetnpMftd of InKredlanU that have been
feu nd to aet ottntllrtly on the woman
For more than flfly years, It baa boon
umh! by women of nil ages, with nrnat
nneeoM. Try It. Your druggist aella It
N II.-- ttVffr Ut! I 4IW AvHny tr.. CJulli.
MloltCs.. ( MtuiMutw. Jmi . (or ,4pfrlQl
fHrwWtHj, 4 bt-ssc hMti. Ib T'ftnl
m wa," mo In Mts wftt . on itntit.
d i ml ihmhiiv 1. 1 mlnntcil, It wim
tbii.iian tli. deniund or an unwritten
la.t und In dt-flan t a nrilten law.
Kgyptlan inonar.li, Aaayrlon kings,
Komun tytant. and Kur..pen iU
pota were ever well entrenched be
hind the written law. They could be
overthrown by a breach Hnd not by
observini'e or the law. political free
om and religious liberty were ever
gained in spite of the tlad atrd firm
law. and not because of It. The croat
nesa or men like Woeratea, Moaes. the
Mw abees. tialileo, Hruno, l.uther.
Washington, Lincoln, and it woman
I'ke Mary Ann Huti-hlnson consist,
not in their having conformed to the
ta hut In their having daril In di fv
the law. The Magna fhutt.i (he
Hoheus i or pus ict. the Kna'l: i.ar
1'iiitii'Hl. the Pren-h repuldi-. net
American liberty were gotten, im' '
virtue .ir.the written law win. h
'the divine right' ot dept!m it u
lesponsc- to an unwritten l'i. tli-- I i
of Justice and human rmhiH I'.u
age a, written taw sun. t toned th.- m
ttavagunce. Ilcentlnusm , i.r. !...
and cruelty of the reltinlim cia
grinding poverty, iegradatlon. ovct-
work and suffering of th.- lower ia--aa.
But h higher law, as vet unwrit
ten In many lands, the -oualltv of hu
man rights. Impelled outraged human
dignity to strike a conquering blow
for its own emancipation nd. n
result. In .ill truly civilised countries
democracy replaced desfiotlam, factory
acta, labor txwa. and humane stattitos
Have been substituted for slavery,
cruelly and tyranny, and the human
vulture ha been foit-eff to cease feed
ing on the soul of the human lro-
, met hens.
"So, m friend. It I a iiad :wd
1 Merlon inlntak.- to think thet wc can
; live and net humanly wnd humanely
!h)- the mere letter of the written taw.
The lawa, to be Kur-, are to be enforc
ed and executed Hut in ut conduct
J We must supplement them h) them by
connvlence and i hraeter. Wc mutt
guard against tste eiror of relegating
to them the fciK'tlon Of religion and
morullty rfclf-dlt-eetlon iudemt-dent
of law I no worse IHmi leg.tt restraint
, without inner regfwnw. it I hard to
nay which claan of soldier would
make the worae tmonn, men with the
beat motives und highest ourage who
ignored commands, or spiritless . fel
l lows who HUllenlv went tbiouli .cr
luncury munouvors. It I doubtful
' which of the two is the more mln
! guided Individual, the anarchist wlm
Is sure that without legal restraint
man would conduct himself In lb
moat social manner or the social 11
who plans to regulate by law and
In detnii all individual acilvltl a
though persona were mere puppet.
The elth-Unt aotdiei la he wh" feel
a keen sense of duty and addressee
himself to his taeha with ardor and
enthusiasm, at the game time ooeerv
ing definite regulations and mllllaiv
discipline. The true soidal reformer
Is he who conforms to the legal code,
at the sametime working and striving
for laws that will embody a greater
connlttv und more Jutlce mil right.
True "ii-n "' women ..re thi.v who
l.riiilbi- I'" Wlttl'll l.iv ..I t'i- tan
mm ..I the same t.iiu I Is- le.. them
and . .-.ii.IHv i-v t' '-u He and la
l,..i t h. ii i n i i. i 1 "i ". c
Ii .1 i.i. i
Advnnood Tupils Rt St. Vin
oent's Aondemy Render Dif
fioult Compositions; Opin
ions Being Exohruiffad Fol
The worth ot a criticism, honestly
i given, wus demonstrated at the last
session ot the crltl. Im class of the
dvpariin.-nt of mub at St. Vincent's
ut-adcm The t la in advaltcei
! music met Thursday aftetunon und
several or the mvmbors rendered
classical sdectlona. Nolo were taken
, of Imperfections In rgndlil .n. lech
. n In tie and mettiotl. and wero read
i und compared after the recital The
value of such criticism and com par I
, son cannot be over cti mated and 1
i of common iienefit io the oi'iticnw-u
unu ins criticnters. ciitiiis ui me mu
it- douartmeni at the aondemy re
prpgresNinK snienatdiy. maioating in?
worth or the inatructtUH nnnurteo.
The progiwm for the recltnl by the
criticism ohkM Tfewrsmy. fnlwws:
aluriHWPtMf rHing leUn
Q race MrMermott
ii. V.i i. rliel llill.lt mil . ..11 wt t
.ati..t to taki rcguhiriv l IliHd l.iX
line ' ' ' m" i l K it-1 'i i.r. r i
mi. ii. 1. .1 r piii. i.i.... . n . 1 1
IGISM CLASS IN EARN" !
'u'U tuB n'u.x
SANTA FE TO SPEND
Reproduction of (Grand Can
yon of Arizona and Pueblo
Indian Village to Be Fea
ture of San Francisco Ex
position. (Ppertsl Uorrrapniiffeiire rn the llrraldt
Man CrnttcMwo, Jun IT. -A repro
ductinii of the ili.ni.. I'nttyon of Art
sona and th.- I'm-blo Inillaii villa
will lie the Att h eon. Topehn Mild Hon
Ih Ko rullrood ixlublt at the 1 1 ..
I'tilveranl ettpoi.ll Ion This will he
( oiiceaslon and an udiiibeiloii ehnrKe
will lie made to ee this wonderful
collection ot . xhit.ii. and one of tho
even wonder- ni tho world.
It is estlmuti.1 thnt the rom-eeeton
will occupy ground twee covering
aOAs?u ret Mini the railroad will;
expend in the n.-ihborhoorf of ISaO.
0 to Install It.
Walter Iturrldjto. the famou scenic'
artist, ha been engaged to reproduce I
the Ormnd t'anvwi It will be shown!
In !nff and can van, with every d !
vice of the seenli m inter brought .nt
It I planmM to give the tectnl"r !
th. rind trllmtwe ot the artificial can
i.ii from un observation platform
The runwed desert und lie mlghtv
ehaam will often to view with mm Ii
erfect of well known painting of ill.
canyon which have been e9d by tli
Mantu h'e railroad and are hung In
the railroad ofrieewand hotel all ovi r,
the world. I
The wonderful i olor effe-t to he '
snen In tho Ommt t'anynn wlH be .
produced and this prom lee to ho on.
of Hi- great exhibit of the expol
tlon. Indian tribe. Indian vlllag.
will Include representative of th.
t'unhlo, San !omingn, NavaJo. Xum
and Ilopl tribes of Ihdinna. They will
present their dance und custom m
natlvo coetume and this In Itself will
be one of the attraction of the fx
New Picture Pantlm. and frv'a!
mi I-ag.-d d.ini i t ii.h n mi fun
lo Molidav. Tueti (i lit i ii t -tl
atlra. t.. Ii
A FILTHY DISEASE
A Safe Old-fashioned Rem
edy Quickly Relieves All
II you are object to rrettucni colds,
or If you have any ol tho dMraswiHK
symptom of catarrh. uoh u tuff d
up IivMiik In the head, itrorucc .11-i-harge
iroin the noee, mile In the
iiom-, phlngm In the throat cuumnn:
hawking und tlttlng, dull pain in the
load or ringing In the ears. Just an
oint th nostrils or rub the throat
or ehtmt with a little Cream
lialm. and see how tuk-kl you will
In a few minutes you will feel your
hood clearing and after using the
lialm Kir a duy or so the nty dis
oharx will h oheckd. the lialn.
sot en s and fever uoti- and you will
no longer h ofrenaive lo otirself and
v.nir friend ! constant l hawking.
Mplttlng und blowing.
Hhukc off the grip ol catarrh Im--fote
It Imiwlr your sense ot tat .
mell and hearing and polHoti vour
whole syatetn. In a short lime you
can be completely ruled of this db--lreing
dlseae by tmlHK nty t'ri-ain
Balm. Thl healing, ant: -pih ',iiiin
doe not fool you by xhorl. dcceptl.
relief, but .tnpb-tely overcome Ho
dleae. II clears the nose, h -ad nio
throat of all the rank poison. imm.IIi .
helt and trent liens the raw. .n
membranes, making yon proof agalui
cold and catarrh.
one application will convince von
and a So cent Wot He will Ktener.ill
cure the worst egge of catarrh. It -guaranteed
flet It from your drug
Abr.ih.itii l.lnioln would IH tall
all da in the forest and then ufiwi
bis dnv work waa finished , would
walk five miles to borrow a book to
Htudy and improve himself. It Is aald
or U-orge Washington that In answer,
to ii ueBtion of hi mother a to why
h, tudled so late it night, he replied
AWAY WITH G T 00
f'llidciell.i l'. to liate- '.. si. m.
'i rami limn r unit
that he waa working out the destiny of
There are hundreds of young people
today who are desirous of gaining n
ira. t( ul ediicutlnn, but for one reu
on or another tbey cannot cav
home to secure It. so the drag along
from one year lo the neKt In the same
old rut. There are hundreds of others
that are availing thetnselve of the
opportunity offered by the correspond
ence department of our college, saving
their leisure moment and investing
them In an education that will mean
thousands of dollars to them In the
Vou may say that -.; jr- nut able
lo take a course, but the person who
can least afford It Is the H whu
needs Ii moat and should have It oy
nil means at any sacrifice: It don't
Young rrlend, why not take advant
age oi this opportunity and gain a
niisineew education by using your
momenta that would otherwise he
wasted'' Wh) nm attend an hour of
the long winter evenings after night
fall iualll)ing yourself with a know
ledge of the famous ttyrne Simplified
Nhorlhand, lntctical Bookkeeping.
Typewriting, Arithmetic, rtrammar.
Writing, nd Telegraphy, for which
tho buatnatw workj wMI loty you caau?
1111 out the follow inn nunk ahil
Mall lo the correspoiulvnv i depart
Ut, 'friar OomiHerelal I'Gllage.
Tyler, Taxna. for oatalofu atd rail
i '..i i . k. ..tub in i- .i ml i-Miirx.- inter-
M tt p. too nt k t.n i.r . r... . i i r
ht m H tl .l . M- i 1 xi .
0 O'CLOCK CURTAIN
MaiiHRer mink Wort of the
Klkn' llti-Hti-r nnnoun es that tho
curtain tonlRlit at the perform-
unco of ' llunty Pull tho strings"
will rise at u o't loi k sharp.
STILL Oil III THE
Judge Pope Denies for the
Present lotion of Defend
ants That Case Be Taken
from the Jury.
The Introduction of testimony lor
thtf defense In the onae of Peecal-lctt
versu the Vloior-American fuel
company was betfun in the rodent
court todav. after Judge W II. Pope
hud overruled, for the prcettt. ilio
motion or the tlefnnilant to take the
cae Irmu th.- Jot)'. It i likc that
the i will not he finished until
Moiidav night or Tuedav.
THS IMN RAN
EOS OFFICE OH
Canvass of Election Returns
Shows That Federioo Nuanes
Was Demooratic Candidate
for Const-able, Republioan
Candidate for Justice. j
When the board of county com
miMHioners. tgetler with t'ounty
f'lerk A. K. Walker, today mudv an
in. lal canvass of 111 returns or tho
JiiHtice or the peace elect ion held on
January II. the dtecovery wan made
that in La Tijora. Precinct 21. I'ed-,-rl'
o Nioiiiee was h oandldatn on the
Hepuhllcnn ticket tor Justice of the.
peace and on the Democratic ticket
for constable. Ituuitlng for Justice,
Nuane was lieaten b) Kspirldiui tmr
cla. IX lo u, btit wits elected con
atable nt9r t'aelirtlro L&tjnn. 31 to SO.
luveattgailonii b the commissioners
neeured them that Nuanes had idmply
been a caudblatc for an olttce on the
two tlckata, lioilii, evidently , to be
e let oil on both and thereby Ihi a
combination Justice and tonstable.
official canvass ot tin returns cf
precinct IX, show that Meridian r
eelved 211. Newell lo, llurlie 171.
aa candidate for Justice, and that
Knrd received 1, antl Hub- SHI hm
candidate tor constable It. -turns
Irom precinct X ho that t'ralu re
ceived I7fl and liumlttiin, 33f, tor Jus
tice. Hllil Sehelke 110 and Water 401
Ittilliit: by Court.
In the district court today Judge
ltuynold overruled the motion of tho
d.-tendanl Io set aMric a tl.ilOU iudK
mcnt In the ae ..r Mi Klnlev c.iunty
Itank verii t M t'arr. el all Th
ourt ovt-rnilcil tin iii mill r m mntlin
for t in v tr .i' m H e i a-e ..r I'h.vl
wn k v. run-- Cini r-"H
APPEAR HERE IT
Santa Fe Roading Room Sou
son Will Be Openod By All
Star Aggregation of Per
formers From Chioftgo.
The Muraii Alb.. Shrine Ml nut re Is
of t'hiiMgo, Mottic !nri-lWo uiuslcul
artists In all. will ..I'Pear In the Klk'
uteoivr monoay evening. llUOer tne
uiiNplce of the .uita Ke Hcadin".
Room aanoclntlon. oenlMg the read
I lug room seiiMon ii. Mhuuiieriue Th
mlMatrola are ull tin-in Hers of the Mu
aonic rrulernltv nn will be enter
tained by the MuMons and tSasteru
lar here Monda. Taa vndlors will
be here ull da.v.
Prolillihlon Mlt minor .lu,l(.
Indianaiioll hid, Jan. ll.---fod
w never settle the llqnor fiuostlon
because he has n" v ote." was the way
(' J. Hall, of California, Voiced hla
approval of a movement lo separate
the prohibitum i .utv from all -hun-n
organisation at t-idu' aagatoH of the
A. It. lluckanan. of Norrta. Wi-on-sin.
said he kept a saloon, to shov the
Moonle how thw.v wasted $6.oao ami
wun In hla fight to elect prohibitionists
! all town orllcsa.
Q. 1.. Morrow. Kouth Dnhnta. op
posed holJIng nieettnga Im churches
and the taking ur ollectteiM,
'llic Uttlu ul' II.
"Just what does this IJtiretteon war
scare amount to "'' asked tho btislnuMi
man ol the authority on Ititernalloiiui
"Win ply lhlt.- replied tho lemrited
petjHin. "The casn aelH Ihmi knocked
the stall quo ihruugh the rohea and
the fate of ICui'pe resin eMllraly on
rMWiteeJlHiiiV loterfereHao." Ituffalo
Old Clatit 4lentte iianeetllnH! Why.
he wants lo bite the iiwnd off evcrv
dog he meet
Kail, h-t I... I
iii.in t i.uaiii- i
a- nt wh v ,i
-I i., , ,i,
y.. i KWlhdicd in
i auv n..f ..,t
.it .i ' V
I ... iinen' r lit -r
h.S rim i.t
mm case is
Final Arrangements Being
Made tor Get-Together Banquet
Fulumyer Orchestra to Fur
nish Music and Program of
Speakers Will Be Ready foi
Announcement Monday; All
Persons Wishing to Help
Boost Should Communicate
Tho lommlttee on arratiK-
munis for the bit; aet ToKnthnr
Im liquet of the CommerclHt tMuli.
to I rn held at 6:80 Tuamlay nlKhl
at the Masonic temple, Iihh been
very busy tht week ami It I cer-
lain that the preilU-tlon that 210
gueet wouhl b settled nroHRil
the rental board la conservative.
Preparations are now belttK
made ror not less tlmn that tiuin-
her. Tho commute will meet
tomorrow and flnhth the pro-
Brum of sneakers and subjeets
for the erle of len-mlnute
boosting talk to be tvcn by
prominent loNnlneas men and
ftunta Ke railroad offlelal.
The Kuhrmyor orchestru ha
been eiigag. ii lo furnish inulc
for the occiimiou. other feoture
will uld in making the big ban-
iiiet a f.-llcllnu a polbe Tile C
4 In. I . mphuelaed that absolute
informnM) will prevail ami the O
6 lumin. s men are expected to
come rrom their rtai-e of biwil-
tie), in their bualnens clothes to 9-
it dinner und stend an evening
oi good reli.iwt.ltlp in the Inter-
ict t i he liiiMlnpss development 4
ol Albiiiiieriue. "
All n rsotiM who wish seats at
Ihe lioiiar IHnner" are re-
iueted to please telephone their
mini. io the secretary "t the
hi, and arianaetnenis wl'l hi-
4 lo.ide aitordlHgly.
We offer One Hundred Dollaro Re
warti ror any rase of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
V. J CHKNKY ,t CO.. Toledo, O.
We, the undorehtned. hare known.
r. J. Cheney for the last 11 yenr, and
holleve him perfectly honorable In all
business traotetctlnHi. and llnanelnlly
ahlo to carry out any obligations
muds by his Arm.
NATIONAL BANK OP COMMhfltCif,
IIiiH's Catarrh Cure In taken Inter
nally, noting tllraetty upon tho blood
and tntteoun tmrfneas of the aystom.
rostlmonlnlH nottt frco. Prion 7C
rontx Htr bottle. Sold by alt Drug
Rists. Tnko Hall's !nmlly Pills for con
Kf.au. V..Hft. f IS I. Im u I. ......W..t.l
tcw I ..in, j i. ii. i ... . . tw n.i... ......
hr i hut li I1MT. it will Ik ihhwIWIp
to iMiiniiiunlrut ly tlpht)iii fnini
sgJW i r ! aasjggg - i gg nonr , s
uharxe for messngu of the S.lflO tulles
Will W III I HIIHUIF,
DfC COPTAK' IIKAPAOIIU CAP-
flUMCX. gafo and Helta hie, SSc box
Mutt Hcltimnt. king of a. rolmts. ot'-
l.heuin Kiinduy. .Motida, Tuesday.
; urniture Clearance Sale
1!'FOR ONE WEEK
! 'r t w I S
l To mulch nnr-t nny furniture. rl"'"'i J All
I mS. t'-Ueau?3l M,H''' " "lM,,litl ulfer of 'M ' ' ' SW
fkwMm ,,m (JI1V,, ,,IKCOUXT' 111
' 1 Dressing Tables IS
J J Soino ivul u"M ht)loK, iiio-t any Hit. rgggg?x IB
Ml; SjKMilal Curli Hlscouttl or 'M Per fhlSiJil flfl
ALBERT FABERI I J
8310 W. Central Funnitur Garpets andSvW
Miss Anita t Uemore rind ulster
Mity are In Albuquerque today from
Htmtn Ko, guests ut tho Alvarado
Dr. C. I. Kirk of Now York ttntver
aity hnn been selected by tho board
.of regents Of the 1'nlverslly of New
.i.cxieo its pruioftNor or coioy nt tnat
Institution. Dr. Kirk In highly reoom
mctidod nnd will dutihtloen prove a
valuable addition to tho faculty. The
ruKvnls Ii-rt hiRl night for rktutu Ko
ror a ronrerenoe with aotonmr Me
Donahl. ttegular in out lug of I'mtornal
lirothorhodd, Monday, JuitUHry 20.
Itaoh mambor In roqueatwl to hrltiR
otto rriottd, na thoro wttt ho dnneln.
carda und lunch after tho buNlnes
Mrs. It. A. ttnkor. of Set I'orrwiler
avenue, left thht innrnlRg tor Dohk
las. Aric. whore Mr. ilakor la now lo
cated with a hlg lumber concern and
where thov win make their home.
Mr. and Ithi. Hakar have nmdo their
reetden'-e In Albuquentue for yon re
and will be greatly mleaod in local
bUNlneoe end nodal life.
J. Kniley, gJi employe of the state
engineer's olllce, in supei-v Ining tile
unloading and hauling of tho pltiitg
lo be ueotl on the protective work on
the west bank of the ftlo Grande. A
pile driver Is being Installed mn(l work
with a large force of men -will pro
ceed wlihoMl delay.
City School itwperiniendettt John
Milne left Inat tttght for Okkihomn
city aa hla Hrat atop In a tour of
aouthwaatorn high aclioohj. to gat
Idea for the proptHotl I IBS. 08 bttlM
in K here.
John A. Lognu Circle No. 1, Itdtoa
of tho a. A. R.. will hold a roKUhtr
nteetlng at 7:10 o'clock thht ovnltt
at A. O. t'. W. Imll.
State ISnginser J. A. I'rench. Land
Cotnmlaslotter It. P. Itrvlon and May
or fellers of Albuqutmjue will hwvo
In the near future far an Ingneoltsn
trip over the route of the propneed
Albuquerque -Hen Juan automobile
Miss Ititth A. Winsor of Cow lea,
N. M., la visiting friend In the city.
Mrs. Cltorne a. Albright roturnod
today rrom un exiendMl stay on the
PaclBc cas'. Mrs. Albright vbnled
her son. Kllwootl, In Man Diego. CU
and her daughter. Mrs. Ward Ander
son. In Portland, ora.
Movlcuii tiincrulH Ittititoved.
WashhtKlon, Jun. 18. Qanerul llul
trnu. commander ot tlu Moxlotttt fed
eral at Vara Cms und Comiimnder
AxuiHm. in uhurKo ot tho umonul
tltvre, Iihvo been removod. Iinltrun
commitudud the fodornl for-: which
put down tho tiprlHliiK lud by Oonurnl
I'cllx Dlitz, now it irlunor In Vortt
Cruz. Dlnputeho lo tho stnte Ie
imrtment tell of rumors of u threutou
otl revolt In Yarn Cm, Imvlurf for
Its object the rtilotte or Diaz but con
tain no rmon for the roinovui of
lleltmn nnd Aruela.
Un lly Nohcd u to.
I.oavo MaHdaleiui 9:09 it. m.
Arrtva Mocorro 10:te a. in.
I.smvo Socorro ......... tl :t a. m.
Arrive Mugdalena l:t n-
r.ouvo MngtlHlena !:00 p. m.
Arrive Socorro :0 p. in.
Leave Moeorro -I H p. in.
Arrive Magdalena 6. ill p. in.
Mncliliic, Atitiimobllo nnd Coulrtic
Magdalena, New Mexico.
USE ON CHICAGO STRUTS
f lly liCaM-tl Wlro to EvenlBf KerMJ
Chleago. Jan. 18. Owing; te the
warm weather sttvet prlnkiera vcetb
brouxht into tide lit the dswrttowH
district lant nlRht for tho flrnt Un,
during tho month or January, (t w,
wild, in thirty years, Tho uttsuat
sight Urw forth comment from hun
dreds of pm-sons Irs tho ntrectit, vTio
seemed fo rogard It n uh otnert nf
the near unprouoh of nprlnffi HeoeiU
thnwn hud onoflod a nrewt noiumtila
tlon of mud and alnsh n tlid pavo
mentn. The maximum temperltUro
ycstonluy waa n&.
IN THE WORLD
(lly Lcnwnt Wlro to livening Ilcraht.)
Jaroi' City. Jan. 18. Tho larffest
iiutoniolille In tho world la believed,
to U that put Into hm hare tud,vy
ror hauling freight canr frtnn tho
Pennsylvania yards to tho nler. H
Is to take the iiktee of eight heavy
draught horse nnd In n tug ot war
at tho l'ennp-ylvanla railroad shop
where It wus built, it Is mlA to huve
defoHled a heavy freight staaitt looo
motive. It ut electrically prunellod,
wIimiIs lieliiir driven and steered sep
arately. CONFESSES TO ROBBING
BANK. IN 1908
(lly I"-Mtt Wire to IlwmhiK Herald.)
PPi.er.il. llaaa.. Jan. 18 LeitH
Orheon. . w in jail nt CaMnry, Al
berta, on h vngraaeir ahnrko, wl'l
ltave a rld- terowt the eontlnsnl at
the eajienwe t ..is fodeaat gsvArn
meni, beenut hu has adrnftied thnt
he waa oontioatatl wtllt .a hank rob
Iwry hare In t'J08. N8 ether tmce
of the men who took $H,80 Crttm
the rti)erll Nulionai Imnk bag hvon
discovered. Mnttntud nollee arc to
see that rMhsnn rdHOhos Sweat Gnties,
Koutana, wham fotleral offlMrx await
Cinderella. l?n to Data Pastime,
Hoy SttoiiiM to Hiito Iilfo.
ICnnena City. Jan. IS. Oho thsuw
mid nteinbers of the Hoy fitiMiln and
avurea of other norton ham hkvo
oash volunteered to give n atnira tnoli
of akin to save th IU of Hwu
llalHd. aged io. who wna undly
tmtttiHl when her fatliar, matliar and
Utile Utr tiertahed in a ftra that do
fdroyod their home In Arnatt, Okla..
last ChrlatttMW eve.
Ctuderellw Up to Date -Paftlme. '
Ti I'lnd Now Continent.
OrHitd Korda. N. D Jan. 18. V.
Htefiinwwih, dtmjoverer of the "blonde
ltmiulmutuL" of the niirlh, haa mi
nounocd thnt he htid li.ien nsaurad of
$80,000 us expunsoa for n trip to lo
cate on undlHcoverod eontluuitt In tho
north, which Hcioutlsta hallovo exists
Cinderella Up to Ditto Pastime,
Clik-UKo Hun IIIr I'lrc.
CIiIoaku, Jan. IS. Damnso ontlnmt
ed Ht J 150,000 waa caused when flro
dnptriLved the hay. Kmlu grjd food
vvarsiniiiae of Potron and llorron on
tin. West Hld. Holler that tho flro
wb of Inoondhtry oriKln was axproes
ed hy J. 15. Horron, ono of tho owners
ot (he btrildtnR.
WjoiiiIiik SnlotiH In Itccpfto.
Ohoycnne. tYyo., Jan. 18 Tho
Wyoming nannte met this morning,
hut adjourned until Mnudity, When
tin? hAiise will re-i-onveno nHer ll
three-day reM-. It la axpoatod thnt
the massngv of ijovernor Caroy will
be rend to both Iiuumh on Monday.
MaiirU ( t'ostello. --Paetlme.