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IIIE EVENING HERALD. AIBUQUXIIQUE, N, f , SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 19 H
UriiHdwuy nnil I .end avenue
Tli.. r.- I .. I im-etiuga which In-Run
en .N4 ut ii Hint mill continue with good
llitcreat. Aervleea at I p. 111. him! 7
i. in. Tin y will continue until Hun
liny ami perhaps longer. I r K. II
AimikiiI In iriivlnu lu he a diilgu: ul
Mi'iiiki-r. The services Sund.iy ul the
Illhle m hool nt a. m., I'ri.f. C.
M. I it .1 In-. aupcrinieudcnl ; Mr. .Ihiii.h
A. Il.iinmiiinl, asslataiit. Two hundred
unil on In the school lust Hunday. We
i x I ili tl lliank lo those who helped
inn k the school ao large.
Tim Young People's service fit .10
)i in., Mia Kulh IiiiBfflliiw leud.
Hi. Iaul'a liilnTnn.
Silver avenue anil Htxth straVt.
Morning llirmr, II o'clock, "Tha
Knil for Which the 1111111. Was (liven."
F.venltig. 7:110, "The Ileal Itenaon He
Inmi Men's F.xctiaca to Hod." The Sun
day school In charge of 8'ipcrinteiiu
i nl Kcefer, a. III., auult claaaea.
Tearhi-ra' and uftlcera' nieellnii. 2:S"
i. It' Mlna Helen Mcl.y leade cn
ilrHViir HI 45 p. tn., topic, "Wcll
Htored Memories." Next week,
TtieHiluV. we'll all hear Mr. linn Craw
ford. Wednesday evening, tho Hilda
training class, which shotted a decid
ed gain In Interest lam week. Thurs
day afternoon the ladles of the church
lll meet at the eiiureh, in uniform
u.uc leaning, with a llttlo lunch on
llie aide. The atcrcoptifoii ctit'-i'tulii-ineiit
lor I ha Hunday arhool library
liaa been crowded oyer Into tne next
week, Monday tho :.1d of March. A
. unity weli'ollie to all the aol vices.
F.dward I'. rVhuelcr, pastor; pat
ronage, J" Huuth Hulli ft fit.
llrxt M-lliNllMt t:ii(Maajl Clmnii.
Corner Lead avenue anil South
Third atreet: 'harlea cnenr Hcckmaii,
imstor; Kiiilh tSorby, deaconess: IJ. A.
Porirrtk-lil, superintendent of the
Sunday Sitiii'il. Mlaa Jennla Trott,
Pulille woralup at 11 a. m. and 7:30
P. rn . with preiu huiic ly the pnator.
Tli autiJiH t of the morning aer-inm.
Somi-thlnic F.very C'hrlMlliin fiuaht to
Know." K en In k thi me, "Hliull I Ite
Ineniher My Hlna lu Heaven?"
Hunduy hool meeta at 4S ft. Tn.
Th.-ra la a rluaa for all and aexea
vith tnmpetent ami ronwiTated
t.Mi'hem. Kpworth Itugne dt-yotlunul
ervlee lit ( 30 p. ni.
Hpeelal miinle nmrnlnff: '
Hi Kim I'relude,
A id hem : "The Kv riant In Arm,"
K Fin rlii I
fioprann Solo, Mr. J. K. Hull.
Tlie advisability of placing
your Jewelry and Important
Papers in a safe deposit box in
the vaults of this bank is clear
ly apparent because you are
always conscious that your
valuables cannot be lost or
We rent safe deposit boxes
,n which may be placed invest
ment securities, contracts, in
surance policies, heirlooms,
etc., for $2.50 per year.
FIRST SAVINGS BUNK AHO TRUST CO.
Albuquerque, New Kcxico
Open Saturday Evenings and
Railroad Fay Days
Until 8 PM.
I i'Kn I'relude.
Tenor Solo: "I ipeit the lat of the
Temple, " I K li. i i I. .1 . ill n . Kaulken
(old anil liiialMa Itiinii of ClirlM.
III riiinn l. WllllamH, I.'.' South
ltililu e tn. ol at 4 'i a. m. I-khhii.
Matthew Villi. I lit- "Seroed 1'i.liilliK
chapter. lioldeu text, m. 13. I-t
Lord a day iIh io were 13i lu uttenil
Si rtnnn alia. m. "I-aiina Krom
Pun Craw ford." Al 7:10 p. in., "The
Christian Kndoavor at 1:10, "Well
Mured Memorlea." 1 Cor. H:l-1.
llllile atudy and prayer, Wedneadny,
7:30 p. in.,' Matthew, jr.lh rhapKr.
IjhIi.m Aid aortety, Krlday, 2:30
p. iti., with Mn. Undaey, f 12 Arno.
fit. Join a Cliurt'li.
Corner Fourth at roe t and Weat Bll
ver avenue. Arhdeaoon W. K. War
ren, rei-tor: reatdanca 130 Weat Tl
Ji raa avenue.
Third Hunday In lent Holy com
munion, 7 a. in.; Hunday arhool, 11:44
u. in.; ni.irnlnu aervlea, 11 a. in.; even
Iiik nTvife, 7.30 p. m.
friH-eaalonal: "O Favlor. Prerloui
Sailor" A. II. Winn
Venlla J. Kohlnaon
t.l.nia. J. Kohlnaon
1'enedli'ltH ........... .Speliaor jtn1
Inlroll: "Jeaua, Kavl.lr,
Offertory: "In the Cmaa
U' ry" A.
.J. Colikney j
S. Sullivan .
, . . A ii i hi
Itii-eHHlotiul: "love Iihllie All Love
Lxielllim" 1. F. Le Jeune
l'tiii t bii.1i.iI: "Love Illvltie AH I.ove
Lxii llinr" 1. F. June
Cloria J. Kohlti'on
MuKlillliat H. Foaler
Nunc IilinittlB (iounod
Introlt: "Now From the Altar of
our Hearta" I-Fere
ftfferlory: "Sun of .My Houl'1 . Redhead
Ie I'rof iiiwlia Anon
lti-i exKlon.il: "o savior, Preelotia
Havlor A. H. Mum
Week dav aervleea Lltar.y arid ad
drew. Tueadiiy, Wedneaday. Thuraday
ml Friday, 4 p. m. Kvenln aervlea,
Wedneaday, 7.30. Holy ttuchurlat,
Thuraday, 7 a. m.
Central Avenue M'llMllt Ctiunh.
Corner of Arno atreet and Central
avenue. Samuel F.. Alllaon. paalor:
V.lva Mary Hunarom, deiiconeaa.
Sunday aiionl at 4 5 a. ni., T. M
1 lor rut. auerlntendent.
I'reaihlng aervleea conducted by the
paator at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Topic fur the morning hour, "The
HE OUTSTANDING IMPRESSION of the oWrving
world-traveller is the comparative difference be
tween Christian and non-Christian lands.
LOOK AT THE WORLD in the large, and note this dif
ference. Wherever the Church goes on earth she carries
new Light and Life.
THE CHURCH has placed all the world under a debt.
At the same time, here in America, multitudes of person
by their easy indifference and criticisms are hindering the
great work which all history shows that the church has
BEWARE of trying to push down the ladder by which
you arose! To attend church is to stand by the world's
greatest civilizing agency.
In Case of Illness', Death or Other Trouble, any Minister
will be Glad to Help.
KeHlona lleyond." Hulijeet for the
evi-nhiK pervlee, "ReeklliK Thai. Whleh
la Worth While.
.Mimical proitrain for tha 11 oVIoi-k
Voluntary: "Hon Wlthovt Wnrda."
Hymn No. its.
AntK....,- '.1 Vnm I'l,,... Wnllf
! u'lth Dml "
Solo: "I Come to Thee." Foater),
Thomaa A. Chrlatlan.
Ilvmn No. 424.
F.venlna: , i
Hymn No. 3f.
Holo Seleeled, Mra. 3. O. Hrhwent
ker. Hymn No. 22.
Ji. w.ih.nal meet In of the Renlor
F.pworth league at :S0 p. m. The
Mlaalonary aoi-lety will have their reg
ular monthly program at the rhureh
Tueaday at 3 p. m.
Wedneaday evening; praper aervlre
at 7:45 o'liock. Temher Training
i laaa at 7 : 1 .".
Ilmt CoiiBTfiratlonal Cbnrrli.
Corner Coal avenue and I4raalway;
Archie Toothaker. mliilauer: realdenee
OS So-th Kdlth atreet; Harry Uth
gnw, auperintendettt of Hunday aehonl;
Huy lined, t'reeldent T. I. 8. C. K.;
Stanley Seder, orianlat.
Hunday arhool. :4S a. tn ; divine
worahlp. 11 a. m Sermon by the
pnator: aubject, "An Let i mate of the
Y. I. H. P. K.. 30 p. m.. Mlaa OHIO
Coapel aervlce, 7:30 p. m. Subject.
"The Convemal Ion of. a Ooiwl Mull,
The MlHaloiiary aorlety will meet
Thurailay nfternoon with Mra. Itond-
Jiirr. llim South liroadway.
FollowiiiK la the order of apetial
mtialc for Sumlay:
Morn I nit pervlce:
Organ I'relude: "1'rlere" pevred
Anthem: "Kvenlng and Mxirnln"" . .
Holo: "I Heard the Voice of Jeaua
uy" , ltartlett
Mra. Italph M. Hart on.
Poatlude: "Featal Poatluda". . . . . .
Organ I'relude: Night Hong" . . - Vogt
Anthem: 'Hun of My Soul" .Chaiftw Uk
Offertory : "Cantilena" M'lUy
Holo: "Fear Not Ye. O larael't . . .
Tho. A. Chrlattan.
At 4 p. m., Kodey Hull.
Hymn No. 42.
Hymn No. HI.
Hcrlplure Heading. 1
tiffertory Holo, Mr. Thomua A.
Addrern: "The Keynote of Klghl
Living." Kabbi Molae liergntan.
Hymn No. 1.
Itn Trtiytcln Churcli.
Corner Silver avenue and Fifth
atreet. Hugh A. Cooper, fiamor,
Chauncey A. Foreman, aaemialw pu-
Bible achool. t 41 a. m.; adult Whit
claaaea, 10 a. m.; morning womnip.
11 o'clock, Minion theme, "Menial
Life." Evening worahlp, 7:43 oiioca,
theme. "A Man or a Mollycoddle?"
M tiatcal Droaram morning:
Prelude: "Offertory" Baflale
Anthem: "Th Kye of All Walt nn
Offertory: "Prayer" Calleurle
Solo: "The Heavenly tkate" . . . . Hrl
Chug. J. Andrew.
Poailude: "Pilgrima' Cjioru" . Wugtier
prelude: "Meditation" Tombrlle
Offer nig: "Paator ale" Chamnut1e
Anthem: "Seek Ye the Uird '' . Knbena
Solo: "Come t'nlo Me" Cowan
Chaa. J. A lid few e. director: Mi-
Cliritaian Kc4ew Kcaifiy.
Chriaiian Science aervleea are) bield
In the Woman' club building, at fh
corner of eleventh atreet ani 0M
avemiei every Suntlay morning Hi
II o'clock. Wedneaday evening aer
vices are at I o'clock. Thi publun
la cordially Invited to attend thea
aervlce. Hunday school tilt, n.
Kllleil b Keatetl Htillttr.
Full Hiver. Muaa, March 14. Mrs
Tank Helalakl, a comely widow 17
year old, waa murdered tn her door
yard here today. Tha murderer, whu
lewaped, la believed by the polic o
have been a rejected int: -
Th aaaa'.lunl aeisetl Mra, Helalakl
ua h waa leaving the lyuee and
with a Ion kuile praclitali svrd
BANOFF CLAIMS HE-
Counter action iigainat John Cor
netto haa been tnetltuted In the ilia
trict unlit by Or. Iloiia llinoff, the
"inlllloiiHlrt, KtlKidan doctor," who
wua found guilty thla week of de
frauding Cuinetto out of a board bill
amounting lo more than $'00 at a
trial before Justice of tho Peace
George II Craig.
Ha nuff ia deaperutiiy ill, and be-
ctvUBe of lua condition the uulhurltlea
have permitted him lu be taken to
a private room. Judge liaig with- of reaulta.
holding commltminl under a thirty- "itne linniedlute reault waa th
day aentence. He i aalil lo be an aendmg of a committee compimed of
object of charity. Col W. IS. F.ldaoti. prealdepi of the
llanuft aaka f.Mui dumugea becuuae, ul, and hai! of the Alamoaordo lm
he allegea, he wua lorclbly ejected orovemenl comtiiinv. and Cbarlea
from the Vendome Annex, tonducted
by Cornetto at Set ond atreet and Sil
ver avenue, February 2. He alao pe.
tltlona the court ! exerclee Junmlic
tlon In eipilty and order the a.tle of
peraonul properly which Cuinetto ia
iilleged to In holding a.a a lien nguinat
the uccoiint. and to require Coruetto
to ahow how much and for what hu
uwea. Cornetto'a bill ia alleged to lie
The pliaiciun aaya Cormtto holdl
a fur overcoat belonging to him. val
ued ul 7 no, u pearl am kjun worth
SHOO and other peraonul iteloliHinK
valued ul ll'i". The doctor aver aaid to have begun,
that the coat with a cup lo mutch "There la plenty of baala for thla
will bring l.'.oo, and he wunta the campaign. Tim lan.l of courae !a
court to order the gaimenta aold and extremely fertile and there la appar
the other peronal property returned en'ly nn unlimltej underground
to htm, the prut cede of the aule lo be
held In eacn w until the amount of
tha Indebtedll.aa I vHtubllahed before
Hal old lietce, of the law firm of
Pierce Pierce, the doctor' Bttor-
tteya, hua whut la auld to oe un Item
Ixed copy of Cornetto'a bill. Cornettu
I auld to have charged il for loiU
lng tor thirty-one day, t'ii for inai
treaa, dialnfection and cutpidor, and
tib for the "deatruction of a door."
The latter Item got Into the accouiit,
it 1 auld, one duy two week ago
when waa thought that the doctol
hud died and a rod of a iraiiaom .
broken In gaming accea to hi room.
Among the char, tea are aeverul
Iteina for freah cream. It la aald that
the diator aaked Cortieito to get
ream every day with whlt h lo churn
him freah butter.
Kunoff' wife I aid lo he living
with relutlvea in Pan Anelo, Texua.
)l any he formerly lived In Leon,
Mexico, and that he owned a mining
cunceaaion. given him by Porftrlo
lila. for which ha refuaed $5,0o,-
filETZ DAMAGE SDILi
AGAINST CITY UP
The suit of Nick Mela agalnat th
city for liM.oou to recompenae him
for damage alleged to have been dona
by the cloalng of tha contra acrunU
la expected to ! the ,1rt Jury trial
called before Judge H, F. Kaynolda
when he ana in the dlatrlct court next
When the til aet out lo cloe the
contra cetUlu under uppoaed right
of eminent domain th appraiaer
awarded Met II.OoO. After th u-
pi erne court had decided that the city
had no right to rloaa Ih ditch, Met
started anil lor damagea. He owned
about an acre and a half of ground at
Harela. on which he grew grapes. He
till ha lb land, but claim that hi
lines acre ruined oy the chmlng of th
ditch and aaka damage accordingly.
City Attorney John C. lewis rcpr
senta the municipality In the taae. and
Met la represented by Judge W. C.
Hcacnrk and II. B. Cornell.
dlUMI JlitV WM L
COWIINK MIIMHY MOItVIMi
Th grand Jury will meet for the
regular apring term of th Bernalillo
county courts on Monday. Few mut
ter are expected to coma before IL
The .ellt jury will pobubly not be
called fr a week after th grand jury
got Into Mioa.
a DUE FOR II
BIIIM IN THE
Albuquerque Ma. Declares
Alfalfa in Oteu Countv
Valley is Tallest am Green
j est He has Seen
DEVELOPMENT OF WE.LS
After Taking a Few Lessons
! from Deming Boosters Pro
, motion Camp Again Starts
on Big Scale.
1 "At the pace It hua aet for Itae.f.
Alamogordo and Ita aurroiiinling val-
ley la golint lo be heard frum w.th
a loud and eriMetit tiule within
n erv abort lime," aald lr. Charle
F.. laukena, head of the Children'
Home Kocicty, who returned yenler
day from a vUit of no era I diiya In the
Hero I'olinty town.
"I anw alfalfa around Alamogor-
do," an lil lr Lukena to lh Herald
today, "whlth la the talleat and
tireem-xt I have ever Been at thl
tune of year anywhere in New Mexi
co; a ml t tiiii irrlKitted bv pumping
"l'oat!ly the Alnmogordo people
have been n little Blow to renlme the
lull value of their underground wnt
er rt-Hourcea. but on.'e awakened to
them, tiny are not letting any grant
grow under ;he feet of progieaa. A
little while ago the Alamoitordo peo
ple Invited mine of the leudera In
th" iiioM'tii'iit which haa made Item
ing famoiia tn tome over and take
'Inner with them and tell them ho .
The Alnmogordo loiHinena men'a club
old the entertaining and the rrault
mii. n talk-feat In which the whole
plan of the Iteming community wag
before the Alnmogordo club.
with a very convincing Bhow
Mitchell. preKlil.nl of the Flrat Na
tional bunk tn tue Mimbrea valley
rnd the San Hlmon valley of Arlxonu
lo Inveatig.ile pumping condition,
equipment, cnala. and reaulta. Th
two men returned while I wn In Al
nmogordo and to Bay they returned
filled with enthualaam la putting It
mildly. They were fairly nitrating.
Thinga started In a promotion y
at mice. The flrat ilnch of Alamo
gordo iiilvrtlalng matter haa been
diatrihiited nnd a In be put Into the
malla nt once, and the noie may he
wuter Biipplv with an average lift of
forty-two feet. It la water almllnr
In every way tn that In the Mlmbre
valley underflow and there eeema to
be no limit to It. Tha F.lectHe
j.Kh, company hua equipped Ita plant
with nn ndditlonul engine and a 24
hour aervlce la reudy to be ftirnlahed
tn pumping planta. A very low rate
for current hni been made.
"At preaent there are ome fifteen
pumping plant n operation, rang
ing in coat from Hon to 13.000. Tha
turgeat I aaw waa delivering 00 gal-
'""" lr rnlnnle with a forty-two foot
, ' " There are aeeper oia.ricta
aa ton wnere me un win ne irom
l lO feet nut wun tne cneap
current offered, the water can tie
pumped for all claaaea of crope at a
i profit. Hy teh firat of May I wa
told at I'aat twenty-five individual
pumping plunlt would ne in opera -
tlon. The Improvement company
nea purchaaed one big pump with
,.Ma,.,y f j oo gullo na which will he
,,, (n ,he rly for irrlirntlnai
and for a practical ever preaent de-
' meruit rat Ion tn vlallor and prnapec-
aaw one nearby tract of two and
half acre, owned by It. II Price,
I i ro m w nn ll tne .twnergot f-vv muni
Advice ef !o&cr bo Doclt Pre
vents Daughter's Uatimely End.
Ra), Ky. " I was not ible lo do
anyUiiitu lor nearly ix motillig," write
Mra. Laura Bratcher, of (tin place, "and
was down in bed lor three month.
I cannot tell you how I suffered with
my head, and with nervousne: and
Our family doctor totd my husband he
could not do me any good, and he hid
to Rive it up. We trwU auoilier doctor,
but he did nut help me.
At last, my mother advised m to lake
Caidui, the woman's tome. I thought
U was no use lor I was neatly dead and
nothing seemed to do me any good. I'.ut
I look eleven boitics. and now I am able
to do all (A my woik and my own
I think Cardul Is the best medicine In
the world. My weight ha increased,
aim i iook me picture oi iieaiin
II you lutfer from any of the ailments
Peculiar to women, get a bottle ol Cardui
today. Delay Is Cancerous. We know
It will help you, tor it has helped to
many thousands ol elite wcaJc womcg
In the past W years.
At ail druggists.
aWAv OsOaroAes da C , Ledl1
Sdf MUM , le.eC, lw.lt , Uj4 '-t4.tmt
i mi lei Wssiso.' a, ma eiseesi. tt.tt. ikl
IILHII y J
Mailo In ipmM. sanitary, I lit I ami
airy ln i,tn ;
nmliY Mini wiarkliig nimIIiIm ty
In IliMlH-Mt'T, . V, wthe lite
sweatshop la unknown;
KTI l.IMK II KWAIIT ft(rTIIFJ4.
n liavn an rxtcwdy) aliowtii;
tlimv lln-jr iww i-lean Inmi Jtia on.
l.-r. illmt lo you, anil llictr iliiw la
IN anil Uwanl,
tii, oHin it.H if.mvk.hf.ii mu:
E. L. Washburn Co.
n' 'Mitt lual aeuaon. The lift of
on thla tract waa 130 feet. Hi
profitf moo waa net. I waa told, lie
had "I. the home aopplies of fruit and
egetah..B he Could tiae and alao
keepa i-Kckena, cow a and horaea.
"The 'mmerclitl club hua put on
farm cft,t which ia doing much
to atlmtilut intercat tn the develop,
ment of piinplng plant. Hubatiin
tlal prlxea hi,, been offered for the
beat allowing, , Bn n( re tract irri
gated by iiiiiignK. nnd alao for the
heat variety of Iroducta on each tract.
The I iy m. on! ag.,y f Iteming, haa
offered a 4lo-gull.n centrifugal pump
a a BitpplemcntiVy prlxe and the
Itumley Product Vtmpany alao ha
offered ii Biibatutil lu, trnphy.
Coming In Kttif. Fair.
"i if Bpeciul Intercut ( , the
tact that thia conteat ttoaea with a
county dlapl.iy at A l;in,,,,r,l.i. n
week Itefore the atate f,(r an, the
PU k of the exhlbHa lire In),,, proughl
here for a dlaplay which ilamognr
do propoaci i make the elif. win
ner. In addition In the eotet the
commercial club haa nrraiiais for a
lotiiae of leiturea diirluu A I'll I and
May by membeia of lite AKrictjtural
college riuully, w hich ill be ai nm
panled b, practical field d'lninra
"Jack Itymoiid and A. Thonrt-
aon or iteming nave purcttaaed
ten-acre tract near the atute blind
ionium nhlch la to be uaed thla aea-'
eon for detnonatratlitn work and they
are among the mnat active of the
booatera for the future of Alamogor
do. Among other who are doing
practical work are Mr Rldann, Mr
Mitchell of the Flrat Nulonal bunk.
A J. Muck. A V. Menger. Oeorge
Wurnock, W. W. Mann. W. K. War
ren. luy T. Watt. (1 J Wolflnger.
H. II. Pierce. K. n. Prtt. J. U
Ijtwaon, Chaa t. tleorge. and many
other, who have put their ahntilder
to the wheel with the evident deter
mination tn put Alnmogordo on the
agricultural map of the aonthxeat.
"The town aa a whole la In good
condition. It ha enme 2. &00 people
now. haa a good achool ayatem In-
Hiding a county high a, hool. ant la
repured to take advantage of the
lift which the farming boom vhotrid
nnd undoubtedly will bring t "
STRONG EFFORT FOR
TO BE MADE
Camino Beal Fund, Applica
ble for Use in Tijeras Can
yon Only, to be Used if
Boosters have Their Way.
A strong effort I being made by the
local good road a booalera to have the
('amino Heal bridge fund which ha
been accumulating from minimum
levies for a number of year peat, ex
pended on orldge In Tijera canon.
Thla '.'rturt will likely take definite
shnpe and alao take several atepa to
ward culminating at the meeting of th
ochI roada organisation Monday
night. There Is a present about
U..MI0 in thi fund and a the law
limit II to expenditure on the line of j New Haven repreaentsiive would
t lie I 'amino Ileal, which by law passes see their way clesr to meet th de
through TIJeraa canyon, and aa it hasjmands of the department. It waa con-
t...-- i i. ....a. a
on lha l4i.l i lirl.ll. unit mm lit.!.
sre no other streams to be crossed by
the Camino Ileal In thla county, and
a culvert have been held not to b
bridge, theie 1 no place where It can
be expended except In the canyon. Ow
ing to the email demand for budge
th county commlaaloiier have levied
only the minimum amount for thi
fund alnce II creation hy the leglala
ture. However, the money ha ac
cumulated: there la now need for
brldgea lo make properly availanle
the good road being built hy the for
eat service In T.Jrraa canyon, and the
local boosters want the money spent,
thus assuring the bridge and pre
venting the accumulation of Idl fund
from th people laxe.
The f oreai service now has 45 men
at work In th canyon and yesterday
offered to turn thla crew over to Ih
county for It work In connecting th
mesa road with th road built by the
aervlce on th forest In th canyon aa
oon the service work wa com
plete. Th county of cour, would
hav to pay the men. The forest er.
Vic ha also offered the service of
it engineer to survey the road and
I to supervise II building. Th survey
. ha already been m-de, at th request
. ef th local.
Another ;n ltat.la Iay
There t talk of arranging another
flood lloada day. I'll one held last
year brought out sue men, and tne
road from the bridge clear to Islets
Wete manicured aa they had never
ba bolor and by ma who bad
never done audi a thing before.
Among the volunteer who turned out
lo delve and acrape with alu.vela were
ounkera, bualtieaa men and Judge. It
ia felt that Ootid Honda day not only
reault In much actual wood work on
thoroughfare, but wrve to keep alive
the eplttt of Improvement.
At .Moitday'a meeting Jamea F. Mul
len, of the foreairy service, will apeak
of the work the government la doing
and plana to do. Dlatrlct Foreater A.
C. Itlgland will alao probably attend
OF ill BY
Prompt Action Saves Young
Woman who Thought She
was Taking a Dose of Cas
cara. Although ahe swallowed an ounce of
Inline last night, Mlaa Helilttlt Pat-lei-Min,
who live at the overland ho
tel. Central avenue, I up and about
today, none the worae for the doae.
t'rompt application of an antidote
aved her from It effect.
. Vta Palteraon took the Iodine by
miatake. Hhe reached for another
bottle of medicine on a shelf, and got
the iodine. Itefore ahe hud a chance
to realise tie error she had swallowed
the contents of the vial.
Hhe ran to a drug store, where
starch, one of the antidotes for iodine,
as administered In large quantities,
"he suffered some dlatreaa for awhile,
tu t thla morning aha had entirely re
covered. Htate of dhlu, )
City of Toledo, ) a.
I. lira County. )
Frank J. Cheney make oath that
h is senior p.iritur of the firm of F.
J. Cheney Co , doing business In
the lily of Toledo, County and Ktat"
kfiM-esuld, and that said firm will pay
tie sum of ONK HUMUIKI) Iul.
1. .iH for each and every case of
Catarrh that cannot lie cured by th
use of HAIJ.'S CATAItltll Cl.'ltK.
Fit AN K H. I'll F.NK V.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
In my presence, thla Sth day of le
cember, A. U. .
(Seal) A W. Ot.KAHON,
Half Catarrh Cur la taken Inter
nally and act directly upon Ih
blood and mucous surface of the
system. Xend for testimonials, free.
F. J CHK.NKY t t'O.. Toledo, O.
Hold by all Itrugglsta, lie.
Take Hall Family Pill for con
stipation. SEEKING WAY TO
DISSOLVE NEW HAVEN
lly lard Wire to l-Neiilng Herald. 1
Waahington. March U. ttftlclala
of the department of juatlce and the
New Haven resumed conference to
day in an effort lo find a plan ac
ceptable lo both sides for the dis
solution of the system. Although A.'
Itornev (lehersl McHeynold nd ht
I aiMHril m.ra hopeful that th
ceded that tne neg'"' t "tta nn
. reached a I
rillcnl stage and thai fur
ther d'.lav trt of the road
might lead to the I ling of an anti
trust suit for dlasoluliun by a court's
' a nt er Btaurr is a jot rosrvri
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