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THE EVENING HERALD. ALBUQUERQUE. V. M., SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1914.
Story of tha
jtim r "rw rif bMi r" "iiwi
Hum." IMIuhk" Hk
lli.nmii.n, h DON J. LA VIM
(Uwynsin, by 1-rank A. MumcyJ
(t'niitinuid I nun YrMtiTilHy.)
Tet, aa ;u.ry rami down from the
mountains, liud and tlrnrla fi ll ftllnt
and sIim kom-d their !uiliii. pun;. Tho
time, for purtlnc was near, and part
ings am always Bad.
Hut ten mill across tho plutn lay
'fladstlnn and Phil lliil to whom (Ira
cla was promUod. There had been no
thniii'lila of him from llin time thry
est together under tho horse blankets
wnltm. for I hi- ruin to pass until now
that the dangers worn virtually over,
and but a short limp mors would blare
them beyond tho rrarh of either ru
rali'a or rebels Hud thought of tho
duly ho owrd his pardnrr, even though
that pardnrr had played him fatso.
Orrut an was hla longlnj for Oracla,
h rould not forgpt that duty. Tholr
rompiiiiloimhlp hud bmva but thing
k furgi't If hn rould, or at bit bu
.vmld only ri'mi-inbor tho twpptnrfta
rt It, and munt forgi t th dreama hn
had (lfi'inni'd na bn watrtfd bivldn
Crai-la In thr hllla. Iln waa Uiklng hrr
to I'hil. and all i-Iho must, be aacrlflced
Hud looked far out arroiia yaTlry
to whnro a train puffed In from tha
voutb, and tho alpht of It mado him un-
any. Mo wutrhod atlll aa It lay at thn
iflallon and, atUT a prolnntrrd t-turr, In
tho direction of Agua Ncgra. hn n lm d
liarply to thw north.
"What la Itr askpd Gracla. con. Inn
Krit of hor rwrlo.
"Oh, noLhlng," anawrrrd I!ud. alunin
Ing down In his aailillo. "I ai-o tin- rail
mad la open auln thry mlht be
ttinn'body up thrro looking for u."
"You mean "
l "Well, any a bunch of ruruh a "
' Ho turned ailll further t; lln north
ho K ke and rpurri'd IiIh Jail- d
Jinrmi on. firm la k pt her roan bv
aliln hlin, but ho took no notlco, pi
ci lit aa ho acunncd tho lino with hla
Ii1k(IhIhiI cyi i llo wua a hurd look
ing miui now, with a rough atubblo of
board on his faco and a eullon vot to
his Jaw. As two horsenion rutin out
Jrom distant Agua Nrgra be turned
tnd glunt'i-d ut tiraclu. i
"Bwiiis liko we Im'oh on tho run
ever sinco wo Irtt Fortunu," ho said
with a rueful smile. "Ar you good
for luitt one morn 7"
"What I: it now?" slip Inquired
pulling hi rself together with an effort.
"Are those two men coming out to
meet u" !u you think they'd slop
"Thut's ubout our lurk." returned
Hooker. "Hut when n dip out of night
lit this sule here we'll turn north aud
bit fur the line."
"All right." kIm agreed. M homo
Its tired, but 111 do whatever you hay,
Hho tried to ratfh his ryes at this.
tut ho seemed loat la rouuimplutlou of
TUani's ruraJi," be aatd a last,
j "and heading straight for us but
o've come too fur to get caught now.
Coma on!" bo added brunkly, aud went
galloping up Urn tiwaJo,
i For two miles they rodo up the
vault, their beads below the level of tlia
plain, but as Hud emerged at fie moulh
. of ton gnlt h aud looked warily over
the rut bank ho suddenly r'rhed for
Ma riflo and oieacured Lb dlstonca to
"They was too forty for mo," be tnut-ten-d.
as liracla looked over at the
ftpproaehlng ruralrg. "i:ut 1 can stand j
'em off." be adibl, "so you go ahead ,
"No!" she cried, coming out la open
rebellion. "V:I1. I won't leuvu you
I that a all!" the declared, as bo turned
I 'o rommund ber. "Oh, cumo alein?,
i Hud!" iibs laid an Imptilnive hand
on bU arm and bn thrum bis gun bark
Into thn tiling wlih a tiiud. I
"All rlgfit!" ho said. ran't stop to
talk about It. lio aheud and fluy the '
hide off of that roun!"
Thiy wi re less than a mllo from tho
,m.i. uui un luiuiea ii uu inriwrn tueir
i mm in nri;i.ii.K n. lo mo guirn ana
had turned at tl.p samo time to Inter j
crpt them They were pio-lilng their
fresh hi'ibcs to the iitmoot now across
Ibo opru prairie, ai.d an the roan1
laggid and faltered lu bis stridn Hud
could se that the race was lout
"Heud for that iiiouuiui nt! " he
railed to Ururlu, ixiiuting lovturd one
of the Internal lonal nwrkiTS as be
tared their pursuers. "You II make it '
th y won't ulioot a woman!" j
Ho reui hi d tor his gun an he upoke.
' No. no'" hw cried. ' iH.u t you
stop! 'if you do I will! Come oo!"
tie t litrefti. ,1, clucking her horsH to
wait for him "You ride bthlnd I
they won't clare fhoot at u then!"
l ud laugbi-d shortly and m tm led In l
b- liliid ber, ruiurnliig bis gua to Its I
"All right." be srld, "we ll ride it out
together then!" I
He laid the quirt to the roan. In the
wiilrl of raring bushea a white monu
ment fiabxi tp suddenly before them. ,
Tho rural. s were withlu Utol shot
nd wtiippiiig Kk Clad to bead them,
tOtborflfuret'iui fljiiU aluitl U
lino, n hor; ''miii. walTnV r7lii""fiaiils
till motinnlns:. Thrn, ridlnit sldo by
sldo. (In )- hrokn si ross Hi boundary
with Hi" JmlTl' d niralos yelling Mif
ly nt tlu-lr heels.
I "Keep it piling!" prnmr'el Hooker,
j as (irin lii li'.nii'il b k In rhorlt her
; horse; "down itito Ihe Kii'rh there-
I them rmiilin are liiilil" to shoot yet!"
I Tlio final dash linni.'ht them lo
roTir, but us I'.ud 1iiitl down Itnd
1'nik Crai ia In hi linns the roan
f pri-ml bin fri t. trembled, and dropped
heavily to tin' r nm il l.
i "He'll b till r in hi," toothed Mini.
firai-hi mill i limn to hi arm. linn,
I an hi' Haw her r flm d In-y mid lilin.
I t turned nud behold I'hlllp tH Ln
It wns thn snmn I'hll, the same mnn
Hud lind tailed pnrdiiir, and yet
v l.i ii Hooker saw hi in there ho fUf-Ic-ti'd
f nd his fare prrv linrd.
'Will'" tin imld. slowly dotarhlna
(Irnrlu H finger'' aud piiltlng her hit Di)
As I'hll ran forward to pr"et thrm
hn stopped pnlli'iily o(T to mm aide.
What they mid ho did not know, for
Gracla Watchtd Tham
Ms mind wai i-iulilenly a blank; but
when I'hll rut-l,. l over and wrung bis
band he came L.u k to earth w ith a
"liutl!" ctlt'l i!e !.: rrpy emtatlcal
ly. "how en 1 ever thuuk you enoUKh!
You t rou kIiI hi r bin k to met didn't
you, olt! man? ri nm.U Cod you'ro suTe '
I've be' n watchlnK for you wit!i ,
ghiH-tes ivi r t.Uicu I In. aril you bad!
started! 1 knuw you woulj iiu It,
purdner; you ru tho best friend a man
t ver hud! Hut suy, conio over huro u
minute I want to rpeak to you."
Hn led I looker off to one side, whlln
Oracla watched them with jealous
eyes, and lowered his volcu as h
"It was awfel good of you. Hud." ho
whlnpered, "but I'm afiald you've got
in bud! The wholo town Is rraiy about
it. Old Arugori ramo up on the first
train, and now they've wired that you
killed Del Hey. Hy Jove. Hud, wasn't
that pulling it a little Mrnng? Captain
of the rurains, you know tho whole
Mexican government Is behind Mm
aud Aragou wants you for kidnaping!"
"What's that?" demanded Oracla, aa
she heard her nm tiauio spoken.
Hud looked at I'hll, who for once
was at a lors for Wonls, an 1 tl.un bo
"Y'our futher Is dow n at the station,"
be said, "looking for you."
"Well, he cun t huve me!" cried Ora
rla deliuntly. "I'm across tho lino
now! Im free! 1 can do whul I
"Hut there's the Immigration oftlcc,"
Interposed I'hil pocillcully. "You will
l ave to go then and your father baa
claimed you were kidnaped!"
"Hal Kidnaped!" laughed Gracla,
who bad suddenly recovered ber
eplrlta. -Arid by' whomT"
Tell by Hud beru," answered Do
La nee y hesitatingly.
Gracla turned as be spoke and sur
veyed Honker with a mwklng suiilo.
Theu she laughod again.
"Never mind ," she sidd. "I'll fix that
Ml tell tin in that I kidnaped him!"
"No, but seriously!" protested Pe
.tuieey, an Hud thu"klei hoarsely.
"Von can't rroHa tho Hue without bring
I'.i'-ried by tlm innpertors, and wll.
i;.r father Is Cere to get you bark"
"1 ul I will not go!" flung buck lira
da ' t !i, my dear girl!" cried IH !.
cey, fruKiihiK In his perplexity, ".fju
don't underr.taud, and you make It aw
lul hard lor uio. Y'ou know they'r
very Btrtct now so many low womei.
cnuiing arrotss the line, for well, tho
fal jj, unli t.a
you are married you
can't couih In at all!"
"Hut Im In!" protested Oracla
flufhing botly "I'm "
"They'll deport you," said Do Lun
cey, stepping for aid to give ber sup
port. "I know it's hard, dear," be went
ou, as Hud moved hastily away, "but
I've gut It all arranged. Why should
we wait? You came to marry me,
didn't you? Well, you must do It bow
right away! I'e got tho licvnse and
thu priest all waiting come ou before
the rurules gel buck to town aud re
port (hat you've crossed the line. We
run ride around to thu north and come
In at tlm oilier aide of town. Tbeu
"Oh, no. no'" cried Orarl. pushing
bliii Impulsively si-ldu. "1 ant not
leudy tow. And "
Hlie paused and glanced at Hud
"Mr. lluokir," ehe begun, walking
gently toward blut, "what will you do
"I don't know," answered Hooter
".tfia rojj rvinf-l'J.55.-iiU.7VM "
"No," raid Hud. shaking his bead
"Then I must say good byT
Phn waited, but hn did not answer.
"You have h'en so good to me," shn
went on. "ro brnve, and have I been
brave, toor' Mi- broke In pleadingly.
Hooker nodded hla bead, but ba did
not meet her ryes.
"Ah. yes." she sighed. "Yon have
heard what I'll 1 1 has said. I wish now
that my mother were here, but would
you mind? Ilefore I go I want to give
you a kiss!"
Phe reached nut ber bands Impul
sively and Hooker started back. Ills
eyes, whlrh had been downcast, biased
suddenly ne be gnxed nt tier, aud then
they flitted to I'hll.
"No," he sold, and bis voice waa llfo-
' lens and ' lioki d
You will butr" she asked, after a
"No!" be said again, and she shrank
away before his glutire.
"Then good by," shn murmured, turn
ing away like one In a dream, and Hud
beard the crunch of her steps as she
went toward the horses with I'hll
Then, aa tho tears welled to his eyes,
ho heard a resounding alap aud a rutth
of approaching feet
"No!" ramn tho voice of Oracla.
vibrant with Indignation. "I say no!"
The spat of ber hnnd ranR out again
und then, with a piteous sobbing, she
came running bark to Hud. baiting
with the hi I IT n ess of tier loug ride.
"I hate you!" shn screamed, as I'hll
come lifter l.tr. "Oh, I hato you! No.
jou rhall never have the kiss! What!
If Hud here Iiiih refused It, will I give
a kiss to i.ii? Ah, you poor, miserable
creature!" i,lie rrled, wheeling upon
him In a suilden fit of pastilon. "Where
were you when I waa In danger?
Where were you when there was no
ono to savo me? And did you think
then, to steal a KIks, when my heart
was sore for Hud? Ah, coward! You
nro no fit pardner! No, I will never
marry you never! Well, go then!
And hurry! Oh, how I hate you to
try to steal mo from Hud!"
Klin turm-d and threw her arms
I, tout Hooker's nerk and drew bis
touch fare down to ber.
"You do lovo me, do::'l you. Hud
she sobbed. Oh. you are so good
m bravr! And now will you take tho
"Try me!" auld Hud.
I'orner of Coal avenue i.nd llroiiil
.it liev. An hie Tnoilmkc r, mill
t : i i-.ul.ir i n io limn Hervire nt II
clock; sermon hy Hev. It. K Wha
.-J 1 1 1 1 I . i.rli.M'l nt !i:o o. in.
t tit i.l in ii I lele.n ,,r M-rvit'c ut 7 !
Ill : jol'')eet. "Kuiihful In l.lttli
Thinus." lit f. reiife. I.uke 1 : 1 0-1 3
I .culler. John Couli.
A eol llal Invitation Is exteinleil to
all tn attend these services.
Munie or the niornniK si-rvlee
I'leln.le, "Anilnnte In i" lliailttle)
iifleitoiv. "1 Heard the Voice of Je
sus Hay" (ll.irrn.), Mrs. Ailu I'iM'i
U Inn; p o a t I u d e, "I't orcuM"!""
I'.roailway uml U i I avenue. ,
I'r. 1'. W. lnmfi l!n, piiHtor;
N..r,h Waller street.
.ll. Ill IV M llool 111 'J t.l a
. M. Jirnke, sui'erinleritl
l"r all iikch.
l ie i' lii 'K' ut II u. In. by Id v. Hor
u e Ml
"inn; ' ,,ilea meeting at 7 p. m
Vo i tciiing nreaehlng m-rvlee. A or.
ei.il i u II. ill, hi Is rxlelllleil In all I'
iilieml Hie siTvlcea.
i i-nlral Aeiiue MelleNllM.
'im r of Auto anil Central uvoniic
Samuel I-:. Allison, pastor. Ites'
tlenee, 7i K..111I1 K'llt h; ;ihone, U'.u.
M!r Mary llaimcoin. deatouehs.
Ktiiulay st hool at a. :u. T. M.
IiorriH, hu per I tilt inleiit.
1'ieai hmi( M'M l e at II a. m. anl
' lo the .- ioUh llllll-HS
A lit ....-on itll! li"!
le nine to fill Ills pulpit. H'-V. J. I.
8tiler u ill toniluct the morning sar
ii u anil It. H. iiAitis will coiulii-'
the evening service. Vies Miry
II.iiihi oiti. ileHioiii i,h, nlll t,-liO the li'l
ilrtka. Musical .rowrnin for the iihoiiiii
Bel t ee:
Myinn No. t;.
Boy or Giri?
tnnny nilmM sn old and
irdy sn riurn sp
as "Mothers Friend."
1 of esixy-tsnry It Is
I aiti la l t. h
i looilnnl muw li's and ta
I...' III,. Intricate mtwork
el. In Una niaiinrr It
J 1 1 lnftniiea as to Justify
lanes of cutnlng motUer
I ttt-n g.-n.-raily rtiMwii
firs and ytars and ihi-e
, It si ak In hiKhiuit praise
r. li-f It affur.H. lwrtii?-
rf ii.-rtt-s t
has i. h a st
lis um lii a
l.Mi. It I
nirnd.-d for i
Willi tlMVIi ui
Of ttt llllltltl
uutrly do tl
knowlng niithra simak
of th aliMiicn of moritlng sl kle-sa.
slist-iKe of struln on ths liaamms sail
fre-.lem from thus many .!h-r tti-l-fiM
which am uuliy lookt' forward
lu v Hh so much conein.
Tlir la na question but what
"ViuiS.-r'i Friend" ha a nmrkMl tendency
to relti va th nilml ani ISin of Uaelf In
fe.lu'lloTi tu tt, phvslcHl r. !cf lias given
ll a oi) wt'lr .iul.ir ity a.,oi.g wiun-n.
It U at-soluu-ly sulu tr usv. rt-iai.-ia
tl.e skin piattilf. Is tiir.ilh-g la Its
i-.atuit, ami Is t'omiKisril of i;i,im, anihro
eslior.s I,, st ftulu-d tu thoroughly lul.rt
mts th nerve. niuseU-s, tci.uUMis and
!lKintent4 Invited. '
Vuu run olioiln "Mutner'S ri taiel". St
Si'i"st any tlruit slors.
It la uu.rJ unit . UraAfleM It--'
uisuir tu-, V. 4a ail aUUgT t Al'UIjta, 1 ,
t Reviews of New
- . .
1'lie VI. llin.
In the lilKiorlenl loiiiunre nhleh
Mr iioii haH woven of the lira-
iiialii- events or ini' Ute or J'rrerson
I in vis he has drawn hla real ilinrae-1,-r
iinohxi ureil by passion or prel'.i
e. I'oleeil lit his people to leu'
i loli- muse. Jefferson Hiivls" gen'us
i renieil an enuine or wnr so tcrrinie
in us power that th run nil It five nil;-
lion Boutin mom without nioiie,.
wilhoiit a market, without ereiiil.
withstood for four years the shock
of twenty million men of their own
Moo') a nil of ,.iiial daring. Ii.u keil
1 1 y houiiilli-KS remiiirceB.
I'he story Is told In the Maine man
ner us "Tni- oiitnorn-r. .Mr nu
oil's successful novel of
Lincoln ami the t'tvtl war.
A l.i n Im IM
out the itory riiiis h silvi-r
romaiiee of womlerful
t tlelli alely liiiinlleil.
in the ln;roliie
has done the
f which the uiilhor
lust work of tils life. It Is one ,,f
ttie un ntest ilrainas of the Cltil war
I ii-.mii ami CtinstriK-tHin In
Tlir purpoHe of thin hook Is til
lo give t,i heginnera In woo.l-work-ing
an oi'l'i.ltiitiity fur the aeitulsi
lii.ti (,f skill In Hie handling of i.ioIh,
ami l-t some praetice In ile-U-nltig
simple projects In wood. Two ihnp-
ters on wood und one on eituiprneiit
are f"II.iu.iil l,y direction for noik-
lug scrap liaskets. Inttrvil pictnrt'
frames, ramllestlt ks. tuliorels, trays.
el' The whole volume In generously
supi'licil Willi Illustrations fnmi plio-
toitrapltB und working clruwings.
(Jaines I ppt nhelm. )
Mr. Opi'onlioim has iit;ii.ei the
plot ,,f "The Ih.ll'a House." I. .it Willi
the slammliiK of the door his story
has only fairly hesun. He ihI'Ih Hook
Nu. 2 to tell wha'. came after Anne
Wall Is mi lille wile, whose hiiHhantl
Is utterly iilisorhed In business;
whose servants are too tltlcleiit:
slii'ro nursery governess is too near
Anthem. "D, Happy Hny."
Kt.lo, "No Night There," Miss Itose
Hymn No. 631.
Hymn No. 4 7.
A n tin in, "I'llurlms of the Night. '
folo, 11. 10. Cuilalino.
IImn No. U.'i.
Iievotlonal meeting of the Senior
Kpworth league at 7 p. m.
Wednesday eveliiliK prayer servp e
at II . in. Teacher tr.iliunt t'laas at
7:31) p. m.
Corner Silver avenue uml Kilili
Until A. Cooper, pailor; lesl'lence.
IKi South Waltt r street. l.'lialln e
A. Foreman, um-ociaie panlor; resi
lience, IntH Kust Central avinue.
Sunday school, !t;4.'. o'clock.
Morning worship. H:uo o'tlot-k.
Sermon ih. rne, "The Itelievt-r'a Se-i-urll)."
Kvenlng worship. S:"ft o'l'l't k.
Theme, "The Ksscnre nf Chris
tianity." Miikiral program, morning:
I'relUlle, Alnlatlte ('"tilloto," ('-n-kin).
iirrerlng. "Itomaiice," (Tolhurst).
Alltlli'lll, "Seek Ye the l.oril," III"'-
I'reluile, Karg-Klert.'' 4
(ifteriiiK. "Hereeuse," (Hohm)'
Vitli. m. "Turn Thy Fata irom Ul
Sin-.," ( Atlwond). 'it
I'oslludn (Hesse). " fc
i li.is. J. Antlrvws. dlreetorj Miss
Keii ori hy, organist
The ' K. society ineela ut 7 P. t.
Tin, puhlie cordially invited to all
Archde icon W. F. Warren, rector
res ilel't-e. I .ton West T.icras avenue
h.mh Suiiilay after Ttinity.
IToly coinmunlon, 7 a. 'hi.
Morning service ami sermon,
Suniliiy school, !':l" a m.
Teachers' training class, 7:4.1 p.
Our Wuy Iteioh iiik," ( K.
"To the Name of I nr Salvation,'
(II. J. laiinllell I.
"Wuness. Ye M.li an. I AnKels
lilorla, (T. Morleyi.
T Ileum. ( It. Co I . i.
Venue. (W. Itilssellt.
"M MU-hty (lod. Creator."
llr MctlKHllit I pM-OIHll.
Comer Lead umiiuc and Soulli
Third street. Charles Ostar Hei k
man, paiior; riMiitiee. 411 Houth
Third street. Mi- l.'ilnli tlorhy, dea
coness. Li. A. I'ortcr f a hi, auperln-It-nilt
ni of the Suniluy s liool. Harry
Krink, resileitt Kpworlli league.
John I). Falki-nliurg, nlreclur ol
Sumluy'a services are as follows;
Communion at 11 a. lu,
Thu eteiilng worsh i at I o'ciocrf,
with pre-iihini; by the pastor; sub
ject, "The etormlng I'arty."
Sjnl.,y achool meets st t:4S a. m.
Kl'Wtirih league devotional service
at 7. Miss Ix-na X' u l h, leader.
Speelal music, nioiiunv:
Anthem, ";wet the Moments, lllth
the Hlt'ssing. ' ( f. louifity).
I met, "Ft-revvr With the Lord,"
liiiiumiill, Miss ('Intrlolle 1'ratt, M
J"hn L. FalkeliLunt.
Anthem, "The Night
Liuvt, "The luiiitilili
the Public Library
perfeelli.n. Neither her liushiind,
her house nor her children need per
The break cornea when she expresses
her Intention nf recognizing her
brother's socially umlrsirnhlc wife
Her husliaiul Imlilils Iter, end she
leaves lilln, to go hack to thn work
which hail nhsorhrd her time nnd
talents before her -xjiiiiri iage. The
strangle Is long and tiltler. for the
htieliatiil Is bnrd heinleil anil the wife
ill ternilneil. hut In the end lie gains
a new eoueeptlon of her a ml of her
value, and they are ahle tn stint over
on n new Imsls
"All property," said I'rontlhon,
"Is theft." If now. fifty tear- niter
his li'nth. liln si'irlt lea. Is Hotels, j
"ClnrK'a Fleltl" should prove n de
light to him. For the vlll.,ln of lioh
ert Herrlck'a latest and most sn
talneil work Is the "law of property
Inheritance." Clark's Field tines
more than give the title to one of i
the best novels of the year. Clark's!
Field and the girl It makrs unex
pectedly rich after pauperising hi r
nneestors nrp the two most Import
ant chara.leis In the striking story
of modern life mid . lit I romlltloiis i
which Mr. Derrick puts before
And throughout this l.t'o the field
lies like n sinister j-ri:o!'t- ner..Mj, th,
ilestliili-M nf the little group of people,
with whom the story Is chiefly con
cerned, heslile coming to hi- the scene
of many blighted lives.
Tile SdTi't IWMtlt.
The iinonymou hero of this hook
takes his place in the small nailery
of geniuinely humorous thurticters of
fiction. Mr. l'earson mis n keen In
sight Into the foil. lis of human na
ture as attested hy the nlaoi't illy ri
diculous hut mightily appealing nil
ventures of the hook clithiisiaH who
la the central figure of the story. The
fascination wlil-h the tale undoiiht
etlly possesses comes. In Ihti inaiti,
from the twists given hy the author
to tho.e everyday occurrences which
to ordinary eyes are commonplace,
hut to him Instinct with the dramatic
ollul. Miss Charli
tie l'rutt. Mr. Ilo.i
SI. I'niirN l.vuiua-llcnl l.iitlicran.
Corner Silver und Sulh. Kdward
I. Schueler, I). !., pastor. 1'arsoii
age, Stiff Kouth Sixth; 1'in.ne. lfi'.i.I.
We do not have a big Sunday
school, out It is really remarkable,
and most encouraging to orfliers a ml
te. tellers, to note the steaily attend
ance during the hot neitiher. Th is
fur our slimmer average has neen up
lo the regular winter figures.
our services for Sunday follow lh
UHiial schedule i ) far us hours ire
concerned: Sunday school, 4T. a
m; morning worship, 11 o'clock:
r v ii In k worship, 7:31).
On this Sunday evening we worship
ill the open uir. The meeting will
last one hour. 7:30 to X::to. ami
Include the ills, nsnlo-i of the (
topic ami a short sermon hy the
tor on "Serving Two Masters."
sti ping of familiar livmns. led
voting people's chorus, will be a fea
ture. Come and he comfortable.
At S p. m. the monthly Sunday
S hool Workers' business meeting.
Next Thursday u the h:no ol Mri.
John Welilingcr, lli'll North Se nnd
ireet, our liollca give tloir monthly
coffee social. '
ftirlatlaii faience Kru-iny.
Christian Science services are held
In the Woman'! Club building, at the
corner of Seventh stivef and (Jold
avenue, every tjunduy- morning vt 11
o'clock. ' '
JVcdncadcy vniug orvl -cs aro at
Tile puhllr la cordially Invittd to
tttend these services.
Sunday school at s:45 o' lock.
rte.-idlng room In the N. T. Arm'io
liull'ling, room No. 1.1, open e.tt h
week iluy from 2 to & p. m.
(."hi anil llronilway (liurt'li of flii-WI.
Hlh'e m hool, SC. a. in. l.esioii:
;en. 2S-2H; tnt mory text. C.ei. 2:Hi.
"I am with thee and will keep thee
withsoever thou guest. "
Sermon st tin in: "The Seventh
CoMiniiiliilineiit. or the t'unctlty of
Chilstlan i:tideVor meeting at 7
H-nnoii ut K p. m.; "The Shepherd's
Hioie alit'lv wild prayer Wednead '.
p. m ; lesson: tieti 3U-31.
All are welcome to these services.
PINK EYE REPORTED
IN BUCHANAN HERD
Iir. (J. M. Jones, slate veterinarian,
was here yesterday on his way to
Huchanan, whe-e be wll inspect cut
tle shipped from Tfaas reported to
be suffering from pl.ik-cye. The dia
ease la not highly dangerous, hut II
the ruses to bo Inspected are pink
eye, they are the first to appear In
New Mexico for several years.
There is more Catarrh In this sec
tlan of the country than all other
diseases put together, and until the
last few years wua auppoaed to be in
curable. For a greut muny yeara
doctor pronounced It a local disease
and prescribed local remedies, and
ly constantly fulling to cure with lo
cal treatment, pronounced It Incur
able. Science has proven Calurrll to
te a constitutional disease, and there
fore require constli utloiial treat
ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manu
factured by F. J. Cheney Co.. Tol
edo, Ohio, la the only constitutional
cure on the market. It Is taken In
ternally. It ai ls dlre'lly nil the blood
und mucous surfaces of the system.
They of:tr one hundred UcHars for
any case It fails to cure, tend for
circulars and testimonials.
Address; F. 3. PHKXtT CO.,
t'ohl l.f rnii'!ts, TT.P.
Tuitti ...:. j i ..milj I'llla l-r con-gtlpailun.
A limy liver le.ids tn chronic ds
.e.i,la ami comtiipation weakees the
whole system. I loan a Iteguleta ll.
per bos) act mil My in the liver niul
howrls. At all drug stores.
Lost anything? I.ct a Herald want
ad find It for you.
Age Has No Terrors
for the Man who has Saved
During- your producing years you should form the
habit of savin? a portion of your wages or income,
then when time has rendered you feeble and unfit
for active duties you will have no fear of the poor
house or of being a charge on your relatives.
Begin today to save. Guard against old age and
This Bank Tays 4 per cent Compounded
Quarterly on Savings Accounts
The American Bank and
(Under New Management)
From 1 P. M. to 10:30 P. M.
"THE GANGSTERS OF NEW YORK"
(In 4 Reels)
A powerful sociological drama, founded upon facts
iemonst rating why the gangster exists and the remedy
FOR SUNDAY--".HE DISHONORED MEDAL"
(IN 4 Reels)
Admission only 5c
In Directing Your Attention
To Our Splendid Growth
We desire that you keep in rnind the fact that
this rapid expansion of our business and ca
pacity and facilities for serving you has been
attained only by the most careful and conser
We offer to our customers every accommoda
tion possible to sound banking. We have for
your use every modern banking facility and
convenience. These and our most courteous
attention are at your service, no matter what
the size of your account.
Come In and See Us
STATE NATIONAL BANK
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO.
United States Depository.
Santa Fe By. Depository.
V. II. IIAIill CO,
For l'e I lent In F'aef of I II
Albuquerque foundary and
aCagtaecs IMnouVrw Mactilnl sta
Caatlngg ID Iron, Hraaa. ftrnnse.
Aluminum, Htrurtursl Pteel for
Itrldgea and bulldlnga
Torts avo tfn. Aiaaaaereiwe,
ANTHRACITE. ALL Blfc.H
riNUl.lMl AND MILL WOOD
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