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TIITS EVENHTQ HXUALD, ALBTJQUKIQTJE, N. M., SATURDAY. FEBItUARY 14, 1914.
Reliable evidence t. Abundant that women
are constantly being restored to health by
Lydla H. IMnkham'g Vegetable Compound
The many testimonial letters that we are continually pub
lishing in the newspaper? hundreds of them are all genu
ine, true and unsolicited expressions of heartfelt gratitude
for the freedom from suffering that has come to these
women solely through the use of Lydla C Pinkham's
Money could not buy nor any kind of influence obtain
such recommendations; you may depend upon it that any
testimonial we publish is honest and true if you have any
doubt of this write to the women whose true names ana
addresses are always given, and learn for yourself.
Rend this one from Mrs. Waters:
0avt1!!, N.J. "1 vu sick fur two jronrs vrh nervous spoils, and
my kil no v were afTcrU'ri. I tiad a doctor all the t'.ine ami uwd a
galvanic battery, but nothing did ma any good. 1 was not aliut to g
to 'U but RiK'nt bit time on a vntich or in a nlep!ni?--.hair,anl noon
isrnme almost a skeleton. Finally my doctor went away for his
health, and my Jiuxlmiid heard of Uvdia K. llnkham'a Vegetatjlo
CutniMiund ami (rt mo some. In two months 1 pit relief ami now I
am liso a nuw woman and am at my usual weight. I rprommend
vour lumlieine to every on and so does my hiubaud." Mrs. Tiuua
NVatkks, 1133 Kuight St, C'aiudenK.J.
And this one from Mrs. Haddock:
i Utica, Oki a. " I was weak and nervous, not able to do my work
and Bcam-ly able to be on my feet. I had Imckiuti?, headache, palpi
tation of the heart, trouble with my bowidand inflammation. hinee
tiikins the J.ytiia K. Tinkham's VrgPtnMo t'orr.poiuid 1 am better
than I have la-eu for twenty years. 1 think it is a wonderful medi
cine and I have recommended il to others." Mrs. Maby Ash Had
Vucn, t tiea, Oklahoma.
Now answer this question if you can. Why should a
woman continue to suffer without first giving Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial I? You know that
it has saved many others why should it fail in your case?
For SO vears Lydia H. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound has txen the stantlard remedy for to
male ills. No one sick with woman's ailments
does justice to herself if she dues not try this fa
mous medlrtae made from root and kerbs. It
has restored so many suffering w omen to health.
r "?writtfti.Ynu E.riKiu MEnici5F.ro.
l.y (t'OAHIlKMIAL) LYXS, MASH., for advice.
Your letter will unopened, rc.wl and answered
by a woman and held lit strict conUdeuco,
Vt M ft IHKAj4
Will Hold Revival Meetings Here
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a Tcmprrnncs rii1." Sunilur school
motilhly teHihrri' ni'cllrii, t in i. m.
HI V. J. M0. vru.iMH,
J. Mod. Wllllum thr fa i her of
the r.nljfni nilnintir of the Ci4
mill i:ruday Chun h of t'hrlnt. -glnn
a arrtt-a of rr'tvnl vrt it ia ut
Ihui rhur.h tomorrow. lt-v. Wll
linm. lm of iliiirrr utix-k and tin
ri.Oiii in. Hp us burn In loa In
the t.-rr it.irti.l liny. rulHril on rron
llcr farm, a .lllr In the Civil r,
nf of th ary editor of the
"KvsngHlat,'' a teacher In putilid
aa hoola and rnllrao, a prarh-r of
forty ih ri-e j?i.r' attindrnc ana a
writer of aonie r nn. lie lirlns ta
his prcnent tnaW a rip a. a lrnad
ympaihy. an adnptililf aklll. and a
dominant faith In the ljard. uch at
ennlilea him to prt-unt with power
tlie tlop ( anUatlon and rlvilisa
llon. Mr la far from a ariiurlan In
lrlt. und with an rimy, nut unit pre
niatlon he rille uio the Word of
Hud for remilta. The UMd and Bniad
way rhiu-h la In moat promising
opdlllon for thi tnertlng and a
mot helpful terlea of KTvlcra la an
Hi. John'a tHun li.
Corner Kourth atrert and U'cat Sil
ver avenue. An lulaucoa W. t Wbr
ren, rvcior; rmiJinte, 130 WH Tl-
(iiXaiiraiiii.t BdniUy. Holy com.
munion, T a. m.; Suinuy athool, 4"i
a m.; mornlns -rvlce, II a. in.; even
ing aervlca. 7:1(1 p. in.
MornlnR im'IhI mualo
rroi-eaaiunal; "Allelujn, ong of
Vrnlte: "O Com. Let t flug
Gloria: "'1!ory Be to the Father"..
Te Ileum: "W I'ralae Thee"
Jubllute: ") 11 Jjyf.il In tha l.rd"
Hymn: "Xly Kallh looka I'p to
tiffrri-uy Anthem: "Havlor Wln-n
NlKlit Knvotvra the Hkiea" . . . Cooke
)tfrtiloiiMl: ' Iai III" Vol' of Jeaua"
tLieuing C'lioial Hvrtlvu J
'nlvrralif r-por Hrr !.
Sunday, 4 p. m., Itodey hall.
Hymn So. 1.
'The Hour of neat." Choir.
Chant. ' The lord's Prayer," choir.
OrTerlory. offertory Kolo.
Addreas by Rev. Cliaunrey A. Pore
man. Hymn No. 10,
fJold ami Hmaitwav f1ttrh of Clirlut.
Hermon P. Wlllluma, mlnlaler. 122
rible k hool at t:4S t. m., leaaon
Matthew 20th. Jaa. Hearing, super
Iniendent. I .a at Bundny there were
The sermon at It n. m. will he on
"The Ruling Pnaalon of Jeana." J.
Madlaon Wllllnma, father of the reg
ular mlnlater, will preach. He alao
expecta to prench each night during
the next three weeka. We muat rely
on the friends of the church lo be
publicity agents for thla meeting, and
lo auataln the work by their own
Chrlatlan Rndenvor at p. m.
"Why Kvery na Should Pln a Tem
perance Pledge," Prov. 23:30:21 19
II. Tcarhera meeting for the Rlble lea.
on. Wedneadny at 1 p. m. Mind the
Uadlea' Aid society. Frldny at 2:30
P. m.. with Mrs. I. 1. Mlxe. lit flouth
Ilr-t Mr-tliudlal F.4ooial tlinrrti.
'orner Liead avenua and Houth
Third at reel: Charlea Oacar Heckman.
paator; Rdlth Oorby. deaconeaa; D. A.
orlrfleld, auperlnlendent of Sundny
achiKil; Mlaa Jennie Trott, choir dl
reetreaa. The paator will spenk at K a. m.
and T:I0 p. m. The morning thema
being, "A Way for the Perplexed."
e evening subject. "The Hevll's Par
Roll." There will be pee la I mualc
by the choir under the direction of
Mlaa Jennie Trott.
The funday achnol meela at :45
n. m. The Kpworth league devotional
ervlce, at S:S(l p. m. Thomna Co I
Immaculate Conot-ptkm ftinri'ti.
Hodallty maaa, 7 a. in.; aecond maaa,
' JO a. m ; high maaa and aermon,
10 a. m. Veapera, Instruction and
Mm Pre-hyliTisn Chun li.
Corner Silver avenue and Fifth
Mreot. Hugh s Cooper, paator;
I'h.iunn.y A. Foreman, aaeoi Inte pas
Bible arhool. t:4 a. m. Adult Hl
lile rluaaea meet at 10 a. m. Morning
worahip at 11 o'clock. Rev. Herbert
Hexlep, paator of the Firat Preabyter
Ian church of drove City, Pa., will
preach at thla service. Kvnlng wor-
hip nt 7:43; aermon by aaaoclute Mia.
t r: thema, "flatan, an Angel of
Mutual Program Morning
Prelude; "Pllgrlm'a Chorus"
Offertory: "Hymn of Nuns'"
Poatlude Albrech the rter.
Poatlude "March" Richmond.
on Tiieaduy. 3i p. m. the Brother
hood will serve a bunqtiet at the
fiermsn lilheran Church,
Rev. P. Krelm hmur, Opllino, N. M.
The next Herman aervire will lie
held a week from tomorrow, on Feb
ruary 22nd. In the Central M. K.
church, corner Arno and Central ave
nue, beginning at 2 3t p. m.
nmt Plt rhiireli.
Broadway and Ueud avenue.
kilble school at :! s. m. C. M.
Iir.-ko, auperlnlendent; James A.
Preaelit luat Sunday, HI; enrolled
in home department, 10S. Come all
Join ua In the study of the word of
God. Preaching at II a. m. and '
P. tu. by the paaior. Morning topic,
"The Ins It. d tnieat.'' Kvenlng. "The
Request of Kvll." Tnung People'a
I'nlon, 1:30 p. m.. Inpli', "Kara;"
leader, Jemima Long.
At the home of Mrs. P. W. Long
fellow. 123 North Waller street, on
rriday tho ;mh, the !dlea' aid will
?lve a Waan,n4:..n'a lllrthday social.
In the afternoon from S In &; In tha
evening from 7 to 11. There will ha
miialcul numbers and readings at both
afternoon and evening hours.
Proceaalonal; "Alleluja, Hong of
Olorla; "Olory Be to Thee". . . .Tallea
Munnifl. Ml; "My Soul lioih Hug.
Nunc Dlmiltia; "lxird. Now ltieat
Thou Thy Kervaiit Turls
Anthem: "Lord Ws Pray Thee....
Hymn: "Jeaus, Thou Are Ktandlng"
Offurtory Holo Selected
Mr. Oeo. Kverett, Baaao.
r.ecemotiMl: "Lo the Voice of Jeaua"
Ful Choir 20 Voli ea.
OrganiHt. Mrs. K. W. Hardin; di
re tor, Hugo C, Meyer.
St. Paul's I.vaneell. al Lullicran
Silver avenue and Hixlh street.
Ktlward I'. KihiiWir, I. D., paslor.
PnraonaKc. I'i( Huuth Klxth street;
We reh'biate the lord's Popper at
tlie morning aervlie at II. Kvenlng,
7:20, theme, "The Htoty of Itnmi
hi i ll " Hun. lay . h.iol. t II u, in. Kn
it in or leuiler, Kliner Kraemer. Topic,
' Why Kvery Voung Man Hbould Hign
I'irHl Congrritatlonal f'littn-h.
Corner of Coal avenue nnd Broad
way. Archie Tool linker, mlnlater;
lealdence, ul 8.. nth Kdlth Street.
Runilay school, S:45 a. m.. Harry
l.lthgow, auperintendent. IHvlne
worahip, II a. m. The pastor will
preach the first of a Series of four
sermons on vital themes. Kuhject
for Hnnday, "Tha Divinity of Jeaus."
V. P. 8. C. F... S:S0 p. m.. P.ay Reed,
president. Qoept-I service, 1:30 p.
m., aermon subject, "The Man In
Christ." Special mualc both morn
ing and evening by ths choir; Stan
ley Metier, orgaulat. Mid-week pray
er service and Bible study Wednes
day. 7:30 p. m. The Missionary so
ciety III hold their regular meeting
at the home of Mrs. Herman Buy
der. 413 Houth Waller street. Thurs
day sfternoon. SHibJect. "India."
Following la tho musical program
for the laird's day.
Morning servloa organ prelude,
"Shepherds Pipes." Ilarrlas; aii
Ihem. "Pralae) the I,ord. Ye Nations."
m-niareat; aolo. "Heavenly I.lght."
lOounod). Mra. Ada Pierre Winn;
poatlude, "Poatlude In P-flat."
Kvenlng service Organ prelude.
"Pan's rlute," Oodardi anthem. "Ye
hall Kwell n the I Jind " Rtalner;
i.ffertory, "Meditation. " Cadman: du
ell. "My Faith lmka Cp lo Thee."
iNevin). Mra. Winn. Thos. A. Christian.
(itriMlan M-tetw NtxHHv.
Chrlkllan R-!ence services are held
In thf Woman's club building, st the
corner of Heventli street and 0ld
WE ARE LOOKING FOR
MAY HAVE IT IN THE SHAPE
OF YOUR OLD COFFEE POT
THEREFORE WE WILL TRADE YOU A
BRAND NEW BEAUTIFULLY NICKLED ELECTRIC
PERCOLATOR FOR YOUR OLD COFFEE POT AND
NONE BETTER - NO EQUALS
Capacity seven cups of the most delicious coffee you
have ever tasted at the trifling cost of one cent for
the whole seven cups this offer is good for one
week only commencing Monday, Feb. 1 6th, 1914.
Be sure and bring your old coffee pot with you.
ALBUQUERQUE GAS, ELECTRIC
LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY
avenue, every Htinday tornlng at II
Wednesday evening services are si
The pubiiu Is cordially Invited to
attend these services.
Sunday school at If o'clock.
New Books at the
Wit bin l Iaw.
Marvin Dana and Bayard Velller.
Mary Turner, an innocent shop girl,
Is convicted of stealing, the Is "sent
away' for three years as an example
lo tha other girls, fche lays Ilia re
sponsibility for tha ailing at the
door of the jropr!;or of the store
who pays starvation aages.
Th law ran be moulded lo suit the
b.hea of tlie rich, and once out of
l.tll. ahe lovs her plan, accordingly.
fcSuituundcd by a buud of clev.r
crooks, she soon becomes very rich
because she Is acting Within tne Im.
In a spirit of reiengo she marries
tha son of the man who wrecked her
life. Youns ('iilder la madly In lo.
With her and she soon nnd hcraelf
niudly In lov. with him. The pollus
and tha boy'a father uae cvry means
to diaillualon the young man and In
tha end only "Jo" tlarson a confea
sion of murder saves her.
T ' Way of Aiublllon.
What la eucceea? xoould lh. Host
prelar to attract crowds at the nea.
agerle, or lo t king In hia deaert?
Much o. ileal Ions arise as one reuds
Hubert llichens' new novel, "Tha Way
of Ambition." 1 la the story of a
mualcal genius snd his wife. Th.
gtnlus la th. lion. His desert ditmaln
la his art loo fine to be apprui luted
by the generul public, but hie i harm
ing alfe wiahca tu lame hnu and el
hiblt him lo crowda, druaing rnoiua
and opera audiences. Th slory be
gins In l-ondou, Is tarried to Morocco
nnd finds Its i rixia In Sen York, here
11 ii bens depii ts im oiert wurlure
prophetic of the one about to take
plai e between tha Metropolitan and
Hamineiatcin. Tlie end la in "The
Harden of Allah" country.
l ulled Mate, and MeMi ISil-IhiS. J
IJeo. lnkhart Itives.
A atuJy of Die relations of these
two countries during the years be
tween IL' I ami ll, tho period from
lh. beginning or MKiin Uirt-pftid-nice
and the close t.f- Oie' wr with
the I'mted Htotea. A kuowludge ol
this critical period which culii.inalvd
In war la earn-mial lo a rlglit under
standing of lb prei-nt lexlin sit
uation, for aa the author says. "W.
have not alwaa been fortunuta Iq our
conduct towuida the other nations ol
th:a hemiapheie, and our lalluraa
huNs, aa I think, been Clilelly du. to
our Ignorauce.'' Volume I carro elite'
record up lo the entrance of TeaaS I
Into tlie union, Volume I continues It
ta the clone of the war. There are
maps, bibliography, and an Indes.
A particularly commendable fea
ture of th. book Is tbe full appreci.i.
lion It ahows of the point of view of
Much of these volumes will b
found of exceptlonol value at lh.
present moment cf crisis In Mexico,
larger A-mhI of HoWalinfo.
William Kngiish Walling
rtocliilism can be appreciated equal.
I) well from two oppoau. dirvi tioiia,
Il may be treated either as a aoclul
movement that alma to build up a
new civilisation or as a n civiia.
lion that la gradually being embodied
In a social movement.
In my "rWialism as It Is." 1 fol
lowed the first method and dla.uased
lb. economic snd political features of
koclallam exi'luaively. In the present
volume I ahall proceed In I ha revera
direction, snd deal en.'luaively with
Its larger a .peels, it llitvilet luu( aiul
Thla book Is exceiitlunally suggests
lv. and Interesting.