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THE EVE1TO7Q HERALD, AHmqTOtQDT,, TT. XT, WEDNESDAY, raSRlTARY 11, 1814.
Its fame la world-wide. Its superiority
unquestioned. Its use is a protection
ainst alum food. In buying baking
powder examine the label carefully
and be sure the powder is made from
cream of tartar. Other kinds do not
make the food healthful.
NOTED EXPERTS ENDORSE
Drs. Trudeau and Murphy,
Great Specialists in Tuber-;
culosis and Internationally j
Famous Surgeon Add'Testi-j
mony to Efficacy of the
High and Dry Country.
Vr. 1'. L. Trudeau hose name l
known lounil tin; world In connection
w.th th treatment of tuberculosis at
Hat.iliui, N. v.. anil It John II. Mur
phy nf t'hiclign, one of Hie most I l
tun... aurii'imt liviha have blah plans,
for I In- AH'u.inr.iir climate in the
treatment of I u In-ri ulnals. Ir. A. )
Hliorili', in Inn i oiiirltnitliin to the
' I'lnnu ii l.il lull booklet, "Why, Al
:iuiu'l '! Will Make Vou Well," In
corporate. I.'lterii iVecivcil from the
epe lullst unil the surgeon In Iht fol
lowing Interesting article (,n li - ad
vantages of 111 in climate:
4'n-lncld.ht wl'li I In- romlnu of the
Sim 1. 1 Ke railroad 111 1 1 Alhmucriuc In
I )k I, there ciiitii' u km ii rtn (if hriiliii
sceacrs. eufTcrina troin cnnuinpttoii
im li win known then. In 1ml, even
lx fore I ho r.illroinl (mil made ln
I r i comp.irut Ively comfortable and
safe, the sufrcrcr. from IhiH dead dis.
i iiw hutl dlacov i-rril thm there was
hoiti for cure In tin sunshine mill
hrmlng li Ir of New Mexico anil many
Invalids braved .he diMi-umforl and
ilamifr of an overland trip lv which
In A ! Iiil-1 li. r. 1 1 In hi- Iiom if ii cure
fi r Ihelr nminiiy. Since that Huh'
they have t nine In Im reusing numbers
despite the lonii Journey. I lip tun of
home, the adverse mllrr of physician
with sure curca, ami In the e.i.ly iIiimi
of Now Mexico, In mm of poor fooil
ami tmor living comlltiuim.
Where there formerly ni a small
Mxi. nn villus., him iirown up .he larg
est city uf New Mexico. Mm li of (Ins
growth Im. been due In the thous
ands of health seekers who have been
benefited tiy ilii- climate .mil, Warn
I iik ! low ih cU'r kies .m. I the
mountain end plains of N'i'W Mexico,
hate remained to become clllxi'ns of
To better accommodate t grow-
Fcr Oright Eyes
RemarkaUs Catarrh Cure
That Geta Right into the
Affected Part and
a a . to W.W Imr IW T.J. XM
II I. rtcnlt"l know, lint rlrr!l r
h rurrd liy llii niiiltt iriM-fta of Iiiih-ii
I. itn 1 1 IiIinmI iiIi .miil'iiiil ri-im-ilii-.
II. al lni liillaiiiiniiliif i "Uillil.im Ihroiijli
out llii uui'.iiia liuuiir uf .11 iIip uriaii.
of Ho- (xmIt 'I hl la dm with I hi- fanmua
rlfl . Kur lllr. or aa It la . li-lr
kn..u. H H Il I. taki'D !lo lha Mood
luat .a Batnrnllv u llo- ni i nmirlaliliii
fiKt. It airi-.ila It Ifilfiii-nip nvrr eirf
urifa. In tin- Ixitjr, Ihr-miiH .11 Hi i'lua
and arlirlra. .ml r.aiiii'. .11 mu.i.iia air
fai-va In i-ti'li.utfi lullauiinaiory .rlila and
oihi-r Irrli.ciiiff aulii ain-m fr .'irrial rli--nii'iiia
Hi. i rffvtiiaiiy rli-ana Ihi- avaiaa
.ml I Una .ul aa i-nil In .11 ralarrlial ...jlu
U. 8. h. M. rli-aaa mil I tia al"ililli nf
liMH-ima ar iimnlul totia. ruahli-a uiil, fturi.
IiIimmI ai.l.iii bian-riala to laii-r Hi hit--tlii
.-"UilMlH-a wllto ltic- food rlijirtiia la
.nii'r Ho- riri iilailiin, and la i-a iim an
hour la al ork ilir"!tfitmit Hi. IumI la
IUr iriM-wrt III lllllllli Hllna.
Vou mil ! n-alu II. wiiinV-rfal In-fliti'li'-r
tiv tin- .Lm-hi-p of lirM'laibv aud
aiia-llia lu.iirnrrd Haul r.ni1lll..D
for afiiial advli u. niiji blood dlaraa.
rll In lit.- Kirt (iiHi-llli-N-u., .'.1 Mtllt
liiila-. Aiiaiii., tin. iMt not d iar In .l
a Ih ill.- ..(HUM fr.uu your nruKKl't
! hiatal li.al y.M anl H H M.
aad w.-i lil'i rlHi IU'ar tif all atlutil
l .all ul a aubilllula.
in. i:. i.. im ii:i-
iiik uimy if hi'iilih hwIuti, vailoua
niiiiutorm luivp uui'n built. Today
llurr Sre nmialnriH auiiortid, uli.
i-si li, liy thu I'uiholio., tin- pr.-nhyter-i.ihM,
unil the Mi lhoili' l i liuri In a; the
n nla Ki- ruiluuy iilao .uiiorl a hoa
ii,il lii'iii, and Ihcii iirr ihri'i privalv
annalorlu aa wrll i-iiuli'i-d and i'!l
tiiiui.iKi-il ii. any in tin- I'nlli'd Ktiiti-a
tii ic und I hi ii' all ocr N MpxIi-u
ot In r a.irniti'i iu ri- ai-atlrrrd, and alt-
liuliil almom ei4Ui-iliHl.ini Ironi Alhu
iUi r.Ui' ur- lh- ihri'i- nr. at govi-rn-
nii'iu aaiiaiuria. To th.' north I that
of Ihi' Navy, aoilthiaat that of the
Marino llnaiiilal ai-rvlrr, and tu tha
ouiliMiai tin- Army Riinalorlum.
What proof other than empirical
ran he Riven In Jnalify the routing uf
t lioiuunila of health aeeker. to New
.i-u ii, what mi lentltlc reamm hna In-lliieni-ed
the l inli'd Slulea Riivernment
to Im Hie all Ita aanainrli. In the radiua
of whlrh Alhu.uer'iue la a renter, nnd
why have different ehuri hea al iened
Itila rlty In whh h to hiilld their aan
ntoria? We lake It fur trained that pure
air ia dealrahle In the treatment of
tuberiuloria, inner wine w ntliiht aa
well liMiile a p.iiii'iil In the cellar In
.lead of an open pur. h. and In lb
amoke and foRa of I'hUagu or New
York Inetead of In the open country
Pure air ia a relative term: for
there la no ahmilinely pule air; but the
mountain, and deaa-rt fuiiilah th.
neare.t approach to II.
N'diuil, expi't Imeiitlng at Mount
Sortie, found In one i-tibir i c. of air
SO hn lerU; In the Hue de itivoll, :,
in Hotel llieu, 7.i".ttl , In Hotel de la
Mile, ZD, mill harlerla. Kiankland and
I 'el I a hava gotten aimilar reaulta.
I nfortunately, no aurh eiperlmenta
hitva belli tallied out ia tbia rountrv,
but there tan he no doubt that our
mountain utr would be even mora
germ free, aa the amount of aunahlne
In the ll.uky niountaina la far greater
than In the Alpa.
Uranled pure u Ir. there are other
important faitora to be t'onaldered ;
lor aiiip from Ita purity there la a
world uf difference in the atinoaphere.
Then diffcrentea are dependent chief
ly upon altitude, humidity and
amount of auiiHhine,
The II ml un J.erliap. the beat proof
of the Importance uf the an factor., I.
the rait that the diatriila that are
tioiuhle for either a hluh altitude, a
low humidity, or a hiah percentage of
aunahlne, ale notably free from tuber
culoma, while the tnuntrlea combining
all three ure prat'tlcully free from
thin d!ee. The Alp. are a fair ex
ample or hlah altitude, while aoiithern
Culif.irnla hua a high percentage of
ai'n.lilne, but only un average humid
ity, owing to the piinimlty of the
ocean. New Mexico, Ariioiia, t'olo
rn.lo and pari, of aome other atatea
prenent a comblnittlon of the three, a
do parte of Mexico, Houtli America,
h illth Africa and other place..
Knowing that thu Inhabitant, of
the reRloiie ar. practically Itiimun.
from tiiliirculili, la natural to aa
aunie that tliia rlimata would at leaat
aaai.t In the rure.
laMiHatito ttt Allttutto. -
There are other good and u Indent
reaautia f)iy,e UiluM xprl UW
Take the. one factor of altitude alone
and we find euch phy.lologlcal change
produced In the healthy patient by
an increaae of altitude (hat we might
expert good In the tuberculou;
thangea that are conatant and marked
in every cane, tine of the moat re
markable la the blood change.
Itegnard at -a level placed a rab
bit under a bed glaaa and reduced th
atmospheric preure tinlll It wn
equivalent to an altitude nf t.u'lo feet.
The rabbit remained fat and healthy
and when he came out examination nt
the blood ahnwedihat It abaotbed St
i . c. of oxygen aa compared tn 17 r. c.
that the blond of II fellow, t-ould ab
.orb at aeu level.
Ir. Kggea, experimenting In Aroaa,
wlterlund, altitude f,i(iO feet, un SI
ca.ea found an average Increaee of red
blond corpiiaclee of I per rent, after
a few weeka. The Int rejtan waa great
er In nnn-tuberoiiloau peraona than In
luherculn.ua. Kxperlmenta un rubbita
ahnwed an Increiiae uf 17 per cent,
nnd he demount rated by luprlng the
carotid and femoral nrterle. that It
wa'a not confined to the ruplllariea and
eoperflclul veaaela alone. He a Ian
found an Inrrea.e of 1 31 per cent
In the hemoglobin; the later, however,
increnaing more .lowly Hum the cor
ptiaclea. Aa Ihia la exactly whut hup
pene after J hemorrhage, when there
I a rapid Increiiae of red rorpuadea
followed by a gradual Increaae of the
hemoRlobln, he believe. It to be ad
ditional proof that altitude Increaae
the actual amount of both corptiaclea
and hemoglobin and that It U no mere
relative apparent Increaae.
Mttntx, experimenting on rahhlia,
found that the apeclflc grnvlty nf th
bli. ,.l, nlao the amount nf Iron, wa
Increuaed by a high altitude. Kl.iull
Ulan got the game reaulta. Regnard
probably e.labllahed the baaic rauee,
when he proved that if the barometric
prr.aure waa decreuaed the blood'
power of abaorptlon of oxygen waa in
rrenaed. Iir. I'aul M. Carrlngton, in the gov
ernment aanntorium at Kt. Stanton,
N. M , In a long Hat nf raae. proved
Hint there waa a rapid Increaae in the
hemoglobin of all the caae. coming
poctore Webb and William, ha .e
ahown that there la ulen a greui In
creaae in the number (actual and rel
ative of the lymphocle of the blood
and aa Ir. Ople had already proved
by eiperlmenta In 'he Rockefeller In
stitute thut the cell, ate the moat
ectlve of any nf the blond cella In the
deatrtictlon uf tubercle bacilli, the im
portance ot thla etatement ran be ap
preciated. Dr. IIloy H. Teteri nf Albuquer
que, firat proved the I that a mod
erately high altitude produced a high
er blood prt-aaure In the ronauinptive,
and a a, low blood preaaute ia a con
atant aymptom of till iliaeaae, we
have another proof of the value nf
high altitude tr.atm.nu I
When I. I. oninred bat the
olood I. our greateat defender and our
hope of cur. In no, only tub.rcnlo.1. .
but mo,t other dl-euM.. I chiefly
Pendent upon the condition or our ,
blood the above fact, are l.npr.alve.
...,.. .'. ,..- '.-. ..... . ....
eiymynt r.toonaneu. , . a,
KfTeila '.tf I Amu Humidity.
The effecta of low humidity ure '
undrr.tood, but any tuberculoaia pa-1
lient will tell you that they alway. '
feel better during dry weather, and-
any phyaRlan know, that foggy, da...,.
w -a I Iter wll be followed by nn in
creaae In the number of pleuriyt,
hemorrhage, etc., etc.. he ha to
treat, on. explanation for thl. I. ,be
.a.t ...a, ,...... .. .
beat In damp, dark place, and the
hitlli humidity or rainy climate. I
pr.Mluctlve of that complication that
every phician dread. In ti.bercu-.
lol mltitl Infection while thl. dry. '
germ fie. air of thia dew-rt country hllyai bUio lo nM1,r,, lhe ari.la
tend, to iltnlt the trouble to the un. , ,., . j( u,nrr t:aum.n irrl
Invadlng germ. "tullon. thua ending bladder weuknea.
The bioreJtlnr. ( ju, Halt la lnexpen.iv. and runnot
The third and luat factor, thut of ,nJurr. maKM delightful eflerve.
Hun.hlnc.' la almoal a. Important aa ,.,., lnlu.wnlr drink which every
thai of altitude. ,,n, .hould take now und then to keep
Weber and other have demoiiatral- , (,,)neya clean and active and the
ed thut a want of eunlight will de- hlood pure, thereby avoiding aerloti.
velop aymptoma of general deprea.ion fcldney coinplti ullona.
nd a condition unulogouii to intermit-
tent fever, while we have een it. gtwid
tloB. The bactericidal effect uf the
. . . i i .kji
aun naa nveer oeen rermnuru, nn i
the Intenae. almoal conatant aunlight I
of the aouthweat may expluln lo u I
great extent the rarity of living or- "f t"""' lmprelve er-
gam.m in the ulr. Kxperlmenta car- vice. Ill the .erie. of .pedal meetl.U
ned on a, the fnlveraity or New Meg- which Mr x"in n'UI " ,ne. 1 1
Ico in Albuquerque .howed that al . Methodl.t church wii that of laat
low ua five minute, expo.tire to the nlki when Hev. K. Ab.nao Hrlght. U.
.tin nf a mar of tubercle bacilli T) . preached on "The Cuatawuy.
would deatroy them. I When the audience caught hla Idea
A practical Uemonal ration of how that a Taatawar" one whom the
free from germ, la the air of New j Lord hud not found uaeful and there
Mexico. I the rmlllar sight of a part' for, had choaen another to uke hi
or whole beef .winging on a pole in r her work In the kingdom many
the aummer aun, which lake the tell they n.u.t become more nrtlve or
plae of a refrigerator to the New loe their place. One young man def
Mexicn randier, for in thl. alerlle, Mriltely decided for the work ot the
germ free air the men I will not put- J minim ry. Mr. John l. Kauikenburg
refy. I aang the hymn, "My U rd end I."
Th wonderful aucceea In treating There w ill be a meeting at the rirt
urgical form of tuberculo.l by . Methodlat church tonight with a ehg
"aotarlxatlon" or aimply by expo.lrrg! ervtce. preurhlng by lr. Bright and
. . l , . ... - ' .. I I... VI l-m i.i.ik 11,-iaKt
tn. patient a oooy tu in .una iya.
for hour, at a lime, la one of the nt.i
recent proof, of th. value of aunahlne
In tuberculoaia therapy.
A Cheerful Climate.
A aecondary effect of aunahlne, that
I alo quit Important, la the effect
on the mlnda and apirila of th pa
tient. Almost anywhere In Arlaona
or New Mexico on can depend upon
120 or more rleur duyaa year, and a
day that la cloudy all day 1. very rare,
hut when one 1ne occur, It la not dif
ficult to note th depreaaion on Ih
face of the patient.
Many more proof, might be given
to .how that the repututlon nf New
Mexico a. a reaort for the tuberculoaia
haa a Arm foundation In .dentine
fact, but inere I. not .pace for it here.
Ttw Teatlmnny uf Kiraertaj.
One could Mil a volume with letter
of eminent medlcuV men recommend
ing the climate of New Mexico In gen
eral and of Albuquerque In particular.
Long ago Kx-Murgeon tleneral W.
A. Hammond. U. H. Army, wrote:
"New Mexico ia by fur the molt
lavorable reeldctice III the United
Statea for thime predl.pued to, or af-l
fid ted with phthl.tr In aerrh e of
three year In New Mexico, during'
which period I ervd In eight differ-1
ent atatlona, ranging from the ex-1
treme northern to extreme aoiithern
.- n. V, m. ,.-.ll.,r I mmmt I..., . I. '
cnaea uf pt-'.hlala and thoae were In.
peraona but recently arrived from the
The two following1 written In re
aponae to a. requeat ea to the de.ira
bllliy of locating the Monae aanntor
ium here ar worth more than n vol
ume of argument, owing to the pre
eminence of th author.. The flr.t
that nf fir. R. I Trudemi, who ha
done more than any other man In
America to advance the knowledge
and treatment of tuberculoma to Ma
preaent high atandard arid aa much ft
any man In th wnrld. The aecond
thut of Pr. John 11. Murphy, of Chi
cago, a atirgeon of International fame,
who haa done an much to advance the
treatment of tuhereuloal. by aurgical
meana. It might be added that Pr.
Murphv hlm.elf auffered from thl
diaeaae aa a young man and wn
cured In Albuquerque.
Pr. Trudeau wrltea;
"I think the rllmiil of New Mex
ico la probably the beat climate In the
t'nlted Ktatea, taking everything Into
ronaiileratlon, and I nlao think that
Innate la one of th uaeful factor. In
the trentment of tuberculoaia. though
much ran be done without It. I can
not Imagine, however, much better
piece to build aanntorium than Ir.
the climate of New Mexico."
Pr. Murphy write:
"A a whole. It a my opinion that
New Mexico afforda the greateat var
iety of climate for the average tuinr
rulcal rne nf any alale In the union.
It. .mall rainfall, abaeme of humid
ity and it continued aunahlne contrib
ute very materially tn the favorable
progreaa nf all aurh eaaea. We are
luat commencing to appreciate the ef
fect of the actinic ray a of the aun In
the repair of tuberculoaia. My pa
Henta that have been going to thla
t limit! for year, have had moat antia
IF BUCK HURTS
6ECII1 (HI SALTS
Hindi yottr Klthtrya Minlonaily
If joti eat ntewt
N'o man or woman who enia meat '
" 7w7u,horTty Mea o7ma
h overworked from the
B,Uggiah and. fall to filter
nnd nm -
,tia,n. headnehea. liver trouble, nerv
etwtneaa, di.ilnena, aleepleaaueaa and.
netnnev dlaiirHer. eoitiA ftum Mllia.ivh
, . ; ...
Th. n-oment you feef n dull che
'h ,ur hlC '
7 . , " ,.r
attended by a aenautlon of acalditg,
atop eating meat and get nhout four
ouncea of Jud Hull, irem any phnr-
mnoy. . nh nB Jn B
wnr Mrm br,kfu, and In a few
wih-. .hi .... rin. Thl.
, .,.i. , ,., ,h- ...ill
. .rni,- Bml .. ,,,... combineil
wh anj nu) ,, (,r
,-,..,, . unA .ilmului. the'
fJJJg CASTAWAY" TOPIC
OF EEVIVAL SLKMON IJ X I
TiK A S niLluxlX
''. w mim ....v..-.
MethoUatt Mlnl.ler Ite.tnunetid
C'lMtmlarrUln'a Cough Itctnt-dy.
Rev. Jamea A. Lewi., M.laca, Minn.,
write.: "Chamberlain'. Cough Hem
edy hue been a needed and welcome
gue.t In our home for 4 number ul
year.. 1 highly recommend It to my
fellow, aa being a nn illdn worth ot
trial In ca.ea of rolda, cough, and
croup." Ulve Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy a trial and we are confident
you will find It very ed actual and con
tinue to uee It aa oce.alnn require
for year to come, a many other
have done. For aul hy all drtiggial.
Tlan Waa IMfferetrt.
"Wombat la bard to plrua. W'unte
everything different from anbody
"Yea; the only thing he la autlaried
with i. hla telephone number"
Qultkeat luxlcub aervlce. Call PI
Muuro. I'hone 17.
When the Apaches Wiped Oat the
Nail Trafilc lmti Ktani'ta Lake, tn Hooiliem f-liilinaliiw llfinr- T
l-nil Two eml a Half t'eeitnrli-a Agti. Miirro Train nn bet en Hun- 1
Urert Mile Trail.
I'm) "I J lnlai l," Mania l. X. M. f
In tying up traffic between KI
I'a.o and the Interior of .Mexico, the
arloua faction, engaged In th prea
ent iinplcuaantneaa Ju.t ucroaa the
border of Chihuahua are .Imply re
peating a favorite Hotithweatern pna
lima of the pa.t three or four ten
turlea. Thp Apachea. In gplte of their Ini-k
of fire arma and modern explo.lvea,
were doing a thorough and ronaclen
lloua hit uf work In that line, liflTg
before there waa ever a thought of
founding a city at the "I'oao del
Norte" and not until t'nele Rum rind
learned to piny the - ' irdlnt
tn the wily Apachea' rule., did they
ceaae to menace the growing m-ti le
nient, along the Rln Oramle
' A hit nf Intere.tlng hlatory crop,
out In ancient Mpanialt dncumenta of
the year 1H which refer to a long
forgotten traffic between New Mexi
co and the Mould. The Cnquliu
dotea having forced the Indiana of
nouthern Chlh'juhuu Into working
their newly opened mine.. neede
aalt for the .melting of their .liver
urea. poiihtlcmi. the product from
I he I'.atan. la lake had heen uaed
tor centuriea aa a medium of t ratio
iim.nig the Indiana of the aotithweat
and had found It way far Into th
Interior of .Mexico. At any rnte. the
rpaniah aeem tn have Bought out the
aource of atipply without delay, for
noon there waa a at end y atrenm of
burro train, to and fro over the long
Kail, 700 milea and more between
the Pallnee and tho mlnea of Tarral.
If the Apachea permitted thla
(raffle to paa unnoticed for a time.
It wa only hecnuae they were other
wine engaged. For centuriea before
the coming of the Rpnnlah. the Tlgua
I'ueblo Indiana had occupied num
erous altea in the euatern foethlll
of the Munxnno niountaina and
clulmed a vo.t rnnge extending eaat
nurd beyond the F.atnnrin lake.
Proulli, famine nnd peatllenc doiibt
leea played their part In depopulot
Ing thl once thickly aettled dlatrlrt,
but Ita final abandonment waa due
to the fierce ralde of the Apachea.
ftf the eleven Tlgua vllUgea noted
t.y Chaniuecodo In 1611, elht had
OVER MULES TO
Deal by Which County Gsts
Isleta Eoad Formally Con
summated This Afternoon.
Following receipt of a telegram
from Uovernor Mclonu!d. from
Wa.hlnKton. Htate Knitlneer Junn-.
A. French met thi. ulternoon with
the ton nly road board und formally
look poMH-.Klon f the count)'
mule, and roud wugnna. the govern
or having .auctioned lhe conaumniu
tlon of the trude.
Mr. French will put the mule, and
u convict gang at work immediately
on the Ihletu roud.
The roud board thla afternoon, af
ter completing the negoiiiillona with
the atale engineer, panaed on bill,
ngaln.t the board, ordering payment
of current account..
Chairman Heaven expre.aed hl.n-
aelf aa well pleuaed with the burguii.
with the atute hixhway commla.lon,
which hua been generally approved
In Albuquerque, a. giving thla coun
ty a road which la greuily needed,
and for which without thla trude. it
would have required aeveral year
nnd rnnalderuble outlay of taxpayer,
ca.h tn aecure.
EASY TO CHOOSE
Mrs. Eartley, Home from East
em Millinery Style Shows,
Says New Styles Are Most
The difficulty of finding a hat that
la becoming aa well aa correct In aiyle
ia to be entirely eliminated tor Albu
querque women thia apring, accord
ing lo Mra. Nellie Hartley, of the
Purl ley Shop, who haa Ju.t returned
from a buying trip to the euxlcrn
"Ilrowna and dark greena will he
favored coloring, thla apring." aaid
Mrs. Hartley ihia morning. "In al
the apring hula will be emu 1 1 lull and
medium, while rihlton Irimtnlnga, to
haininnlxe with the new taffeta
dreaaea, will alao he much In demand.
Flower, will alao hold their own a.
trimming., aa will alao mellna and
Ihavea. a apring novelty una thut
miiBt be aeen to be appreciated la a
Bailor with a Bplit brim In front."
Try HERALD want ads, they
AIL ABBEY'S LAMP? 1
been wiped nut or deaerted hy 1T0.
The marauder, aeen.ed to h.V re
newed the vigor or Ihelr attack, at
Ihia time for within a period of five
year, the remaining three, Chillll.
(juuial nnd TuJIque were abandoned,
together with their mliMton churchea
which hud flourished for nearly half
The laat of the disheartened Tl
guaa. like many of their kindred
who hud preceded them, found ref
uge In the more popul.ni. region or
l.letn: and th. vnat range ent or
the Mnnxanna wua never to tie re
claimed hy them or their descend
ant.. The Rpanl.h in turn began to Buf
fer from the.e rover of the plain,
for It la recorded that m 170 the
Apachea had Intercepted all com
tnttnlt atlon with the Ratine, and pack
trnii.a on their way up rrom Chihua
hua got no rnrlher north than the
Itin Drniide. There they were oblig
ed to give up their ml.aioa and re
turn empty handed to eck their aalt
supply from aome Irs. perllou.
Then followed lhe Puehln rebel
lion of 1xn. It was twelve years
before th. reconquext of New Mexi
co wua effected by Pe Vargn. and
the settlunient of the province waa
asaured. Gradually, the herda and
flock, of the wttler pushed Into the
country uf the Tlgtin. and the nlt
troin the l'atanclu lakes began to
find a ready market nearby.
Thorugh two cent uric, and more
the deserted pueblo., now reduced
tn mere mounda of fallen rock anil
adobe, their n.lmlon churchea, di
vested nf limber., hut their huge
atone wall atill towering above the
devastation about them, have atood
aa mule witnesses nf the stirring
acenea of bygone days.
Quaral. th laat hut one nf the
eastern Tlgua pueblo, to he aban
doned, occupies one of the moat nip
tureaqun altea In all New Mexico and
it la here that the Brhool of Ameri
can Archaeology conducted exrare
tlona laat summer. The ruin has
been deeded to the Museum nf New
Mexico end sleps have been taken to
protect and preserve It,
TAMMANY WILL NOT
OF NEW YORK FABTY
By Leased Wire, to Kventoe; Herald.)
-New York, Feb. 11. Tammuny hall
will not oppoae the efforta of Oovern
or Olynn and President Wilann to re
nrganlxe th. Pen wratln party In New
York atute. Churlea F. Murphy, the
Tammany hull leader, said e Uy.
although he did not admit thut the
purly needed reorganisation.
Mr. Murphy appeared tn Tammany
hnll toduy for the firat lime Mince
Monday, when the president and the
governor and Willlum McComba, P"in.
oc ratio national chairman, mude po
litical hlatory n. their conference in
HAESCH EECOVEES FROM
Rd Hari-h, manager of the Albu
:uerqu Hottllng work, wua uble to
leturn in bualneaa toduy, although still
(ufferlng from the reaulta of am un
usual nccldent which befell him at the
While lifting a heavy barrel uf min
eral water two workmen who were
aiding him let their gripe on th
barrel slip und It fell on Mr. Ilara. h'.
cheat with at. me force. He Buffered
four hemorrhage. f lhe Iuiir before
the flow of blood could be alopped
and for a .hurt time hla condition was
considered critical. Hi friend, will
be glad tn know that there will be no
Parents Still Have Duties
(Contributed by County l.uperln
lendent Montoya from the "N hool
New. and Practical Kouciilor. '
1 think most nf ua who attended lhe
meeting uf the Htate Te.ct.er.' aa.o-
elation recently were hiubly pleased
lo hear the governor of our xtal ex
pree himself ... vigorously eguln.t
the introduction into our .' hool. of
a coui'K of aex hygiene. It ia Indeed
refreshing tn hear a man who hua .il
lumed ilna eminence unil who I. re t.
i li ST a large family uf children ..'all .i'-U-nlion
to the fait that parent jt.ll
have aoiii duties and re.punln!lltlc
In connection with raising, trilnlc".
nnd educating their . child'en. Of
course no teacher slninl.l shirk an
duly or reeponelhlllty thul ! rea.lv
her, but .be should not be expe ti l
to uuaunie reaponaibllitiea ant per
form dutle. t In. t really belong to :h
New dutle and responsibilities
hav been plied upon th publi.
school system In recent year unt.l
efficient leaching and effective train
ing have been made very difficult
And, aud lo aay, n.uny of the pe le
who aeem to expect the achool aya
tem tn take entire charge of r.l.lng
their children uro quicker to find fault
with It and grumble ul Ita coat.
There are now seventeen or
eighteen different aubjecta In our alale
course of study tn be taught tn child
ren in the first eight grades; seven
teen or eighteen more for the addi
tional four yeara of the high achool. I
suppose votutional training will noon
be aililcil. and f l I v dol,.r ten li. I"
will be naked to tem h hlldren ai n
ei.l pr'm ipl.'N r pu.ltv and mt.r.l
lV. bin to tri to teach rull ami def
inite course. In pex In, Rlene I. leilam
ly going Ion far
Kverv tea. ber In ibe .tale should
thank f.overnor f.unne r..r reminding
the f.re.it. ih.it thev B.e aupposed in
do at leu -I a little low aril hi-lnnig the
public w hool raise their children.
tlliRKUT C Mt.MIIF.
County Hupei lun inleul of H. Inn. la.
"TRAIL OF THE LAW"
AT THE PASTIME
Fine Film Drama Second to Bo
Released by Albuquerque
Film Manufacturing Com
pany. "The Trail of Ih.. I.uw." the aecmid
aplemlld ll'ln draniii to be released liy
the Alboqiierque Kiln. M.ioufaclul Inn
L'on.puny. ha. arrived and it will
shown lonlxht and tomorrow at the
Pastime theater Thl. western lib"
ia even much better than the iii.t one
released by the company, with n.nu
niflcent ruling, beautiful scenery, per
fect photography and stirring drumii.
It la an I.I lo be one of the best mov
ing pict'jrrs of any kind ecr brouitbt
That Fnil.tt It.
"Algy fell in love with a girl nt th
glnv counter. He bought glove
every day for a week. To dlecnu.ag
hi attention, al.e became a nm in
"Then he had hi nail, manicured
every day, I . pose."
"Just an. However, I don't think
he'll follow her any further."
"Then ahe got employment with it
Mix I ee that someone la getting
up a "Woman s I Met lorn, ry."
PiX More word In It, I suppi.se
A Hi Mint llabc.
"Nurse take atich an itilerr-l ,n
"Yea; today h told til in all uboit
thu binomial theorem.'
TODAY IN CONGRESS
Met at noon. '
Twenty-live million dollar good
roada bill, paoaed by the house,
Immlgrutujn committee con
tinued work un Hut netl bill.
Horace White of New York tea.
lined lief ore he iiiinkllig coinii.il "
lee mi lhe wen nwk exi buns-j
Mel at noon.
Herbert Knox Smith and other
Proaremive puny lender, teail
tled befor. commit leea on I rust
Itcpreaeninilvc II u I I n g a of
Pennsylvania Warned the banking
con. nunc tu beware of political
pulls in the rural credits bill.
Secretary 1 1 r y n ii before the for
eign ..flair, committee emphatic
ally endorsed expenilitiirca for
peuce eelubrat lona.
re quickly relieved by Sloan'
I.ioiuieut. Lay it on bo rub-biug-.
Aalde Saaaia aa DUUala Hi.
" I praised my ankle audiluuoe.ted
S.T t.i(i by falling out ef a thud aliy
.ol.w. Uaut ua er.lche fur fuoc
Bonn, 'litre I ataclad lu ua. uw
lamaiit, a.-cnrillti lo dtreeluHia. I
aiuat say it M lieiain aie wiaiderfHlly.
V. will uer Im willunil Sl.aiB a l-nll-jnjaajiryif.''-
I sai. aaai.a. I amaa
f 1I mmA prs.tnri air esr wok
stffo fttjij i in ltrrtU patu, f etk
n9i mmm mt hand uf s.rigi until I s.pt.
OUr LlllltMltt. taHratt Uf sM W.IH-
out tMjtt.a ot 5ltati iJnitiMiit.'-'
If tf. .yiaef, j.. . . J.
Thm rsy Stiff BM4b
ffnan's l-itiimnl hat don wf
ffssttd than siiiltittsi t bav er tnu
i jf BtisT Hiiia. 4vt aif liantl hurl u
Wily lis I I had tn atof wurt. f.hl in
Ute bvMMrl 1 1 m W lit yaar. I tbMif til
al Ant that wirukl iatr li mt
haiHlUkan off . hat I cot a Ur)U of
th' I tttimrnt imI cur4 lay tVAtti.' I
-a. w iiiwi w aMf. tfitfrtfa Mm.
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