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THE EVENING ITEItAIP, AlBTJQTmiQTn!, U. 11., SATTODAY, AUGUST 1, 1911
Notes About Albuquerque
People Going and Coming
Thiirmliiv evening Mm. Vlulii Htarr
atpl Mr. laiide K. I tnvln were united
In marriage at the nrtlee of Judge
t'ralg. Judge Craig performing the
ceremony, which waa wilneeacd by
Mr. Pturr'a daughter. Iteba anil
Mr. and Mr. Im via will be at
home after Pepteinher tut at IIS
North Fourth alreet.
Social Events of the Week.
Mm. Mubcl Pleven lliiniii la glv
Iiik a eerie uf mnat delightful pur
tic. IjiM week Mra. limine ami Mra.
K. II. Imnhnr gave a plcaiutnr aew
Ing party anil on Paturday anil Tuee
ility centime Mra. llhnoe wna home
again. Thce affaire huve been
rum II luit have proved exceptionally
Mr. Pain Vann hna leaned Invita
tion to a tea which ahe will give
in-it Thurailuy afternoon.
Mr. l!oy McDonald gave an Infnr
mnl lulilue luiirlirnn Tucmlny.
A crowd of young people enjoyed
a Jolly dance Tucmlny evening at '
Margaret Plournoy entertained In
formally Ttieaduy afternoon.
Tin. Micrcolca rlub idet Ihla week
villi Mra. M. '. Kwnvnr anil krinn
the atuily of "Ptoddard'a I-ecture on
Fiance." after which a deliclnu
lnm h ni enjoyed. Thoee who were
there are Mra. William Meiieul. Mra.
P.. F. II nnt. Mra. It. t'alkina, Mra. P.
Pchults. Mra. I. nmerank. Mra. J.
I. I (entry and Miaaea I'undnre and
Ada Philhrh k.
Florence Weiller entertalneil In
formully at rani Wedncday after
noon and nerved dcllclou retreh
tticnt. Her guenl were l-olllne Kelt,
Mumaret Fluurnoy, I'leora Llalit
hourne Anlla and Margaret llnbl.ell,
Irene Fee and Louiee Trcrfenherg.
Loiitre Trcffenberg Rive a jolly
watermelon party Thiirdiiy rvenlnR.
fnrda. game, and danrimc ami. IhkI
hut not leaet the appctixlng rcfreah
ment. made the affair a miat en
)..alle one. The Rueata were Irene
Fee, I .oil In Bell. Florence Weiller.
'leora Light bourne, Alice Liula, Lil
lian Kempenieh. tlrace Plorla, Mar
furil Fluurnoy, I.eCl:iire Cuvaaaugh.
l.vman I'utney. Harold I'erry, ijeorg
While. Hubert Putney, Charlea lleyn.
Herbert ilrunafeM, Harold HIli ken
doifer. tionnlil Wilaon, Pain Puttier
bind and lleniK,. liooMitle
V.-,lne,,i v evening at the home
t Mm. Thoma lahcrwood I he mem
ber of the Womun'a Heller Corp
! M compfir .upper In honor of
the member of the tlrand Army of
Appropriate decoration, of red.
white and blue lent a tent h e appear
ance to the occnatnn. and ihe partlc
iiliirlv delii loiia aupper whb h waa
eerved wna IhoroiiKhly enjoyed.
Mimic by the Itiehl brother' or-
BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
Effective from August 1, 1914 to August 1, 1915 and guaranteed
against any reduction during that time :
Touring Car .... . $490
Town Car 690
Further, we will be able to obtain the maximum efficiency in our fac
tory pioduction, and ths minimum cost in our purchasing and sales
departments if we can reach an output of 300,000 cars between the
And should we reach this production, we agree to pay as the buyer's
share from $40 to $G0 per car (on or about August 1, 1915) to every
retail buyer who purchases a: new Ford car between August 1, 1914
and August 1, 1913.
For further particulars regarding these low prices and profit-sharing
Quickel Auto .& Supply Co.
rheatra and alnglng by the old aold
lera followed, and everyone who wa
thare hnd an entirely delightful lime.
Tueailay evening at fulil Fellowa'
hall, Triple Link Hehekah lodge. No.
10. held eleitlon and InNtnllailon of
oftlrera, followed by doni'lng and nn
Informal aoeirl time, during whlrh
refrenhmentu were nerved.
Dfflrer were elected n a followa:
Noble grand Kllaubeih, (lllbert.
Vli'f grand Agnea Tilly.
Hei'retary Henrietta Hmley.
Treamirer Dwindle Votuw.
Itluhl Hupporler to the noble grand
I'fft aiipporler to the noble graii'l
Warden Mlaa Homer,
fondurtor Mra J. l. Phufftebar-
High! aupporter to vr grand
I-ft auppnrlrr to the vice grand
Inside guard-e-Mra. Frank llrown.
Oulalde guard Teddle King.
Mualrliin Churlotte HrHner.
t'aptuln of the alnfr Mra. II. F,.
chaplain Mra. T. Waahburn
Oift for Miss Hewitt
A number of the Alhuiiuerrpie IIIRh
arhool boya puirhaaed a large Nav
alo blanket recently anil aent It to
Mlaa Nancy Hewlit at llliiwalhn.
Kan who haa for the punt few year
been rrlncli.nl of the high a hool. It
waa haiidxime gift and apoke elo
quently of the huh regard which
Ml Hpwllt'g many pu. have for
Albuquerqueans in California
Mra. J. P. linldridgo enlertMneil a
number of Albuipieriiiia people one
day IuhI week nt her aiimmer home
at Long He:u h Among the Rueata
were Mra. N'. 15. Htevena. Mra. Al
Vroat, Mra. George Arnol, Mra.
Jurru-a Horr r and Mra. Will Forbea,
who had Jiint arrived from her home
In Pliinfi-rd to vlalt Mra. liublrliUe
for two weeka.
Pt. John'a liuild and the Hertor'a
Aid of Pt. John' are planning to
give a piny within a few weeka. It
la to lie a fnrrw comedy, "All a Mis
take." and Will he directed by Prof.
Better Babies Contest
The committee In charge of the
Hetter Hnl.y conte.4. of which Mra
John W. WttMon I the i-hnirman, haa
appointed the following if. tora to
elK.a.ine the baltiea rnli-rpil In the
corneal; lr. W. I.. LnVeluce, I r. A. l
Phortle. Dr. Lvelvn Friable. Ir.
Frank Tull. Dr. F '. aken. Dr. W.
II. Hope, Dr. L. U I; Ice. Dr. W. T
Pnlmon and Dr. I. J. Alger
Tlila coiiieMt la not for public exhi
bition but for the education of par
entis, and It la not n I i-niily ahow.
The age limit la from 12 to 3fi month
and the hublea will le eaniine. to
aee If they nre plivalcally eouml and
If they are not the piiri-nta will be
, told how In lemedy the delertH.
Thla la a aplemlld thlnu for New
Mexico and It i hoped that parrtita
will ahow the proper amount of In-
P. O. It. Detroit, all cara fully equipped.
(In the I'nited PUtea of America only)
leieei in mnae a nuae aurceaa ot tnei
flrat Hetter Itahy couteNt held In New
Mexico and thai It will become an
Woman's Club Summer
The midxummer meeting of the
Woman'a club waa pontpined from
laat Monday until Mondv evening.
Auguat 1. The year hooka, which
hava been carefully prepared and
are very attractive, will be dletrib
lited. and pluna will lie completed for
the Hetter Hahlca ronleat.
There will aim be a board of man
Entertains for Colorado
Mra. II. J. HnrrlNcn entertained at
'arila thla week In honor of Mr. '
Knaton nf Hockvnle, Colo., who la In 1
Albuiieritie vlaliiug her aiter. Mr. I
Tellehiium. Music and a dainty lunch
added In the plraxure of the oica- I
aion. The gueala were Mr. and Mr.
Caney. Mr. and Mr. Kuhn. Mr. and
Mr. Itiehl. Mr. and Mr. Cochran.
Mr. and Mra. T. t'olliter, Mr. and
Mr. Iliirriann, Mr. (Merrier. Mr.
Teiliihiiiim, Mr. Thltllp. Mr. Wtl-
liiim. Mra. Tmner. Me.r. Al ltl.hl. !
Miner Itiehl. A. Merrier. L. WillianiR,
Churle Colllater and J. Patrick.
VR W VPfTVT O A ere
Iha renort of Dr. L. n ni-. eiiv'
phyalolan. for July, (how that at the
preaent time there are only two cnae
or contagion in the city one cae ol
meaMea and a caae of whoi-iing
cough. The one typhoid re in the
itv waa cured during the month.
Twenty-alx children were born dur
ing the month. The bir.hu were a
Horn June 1. to Mr. and Mra.
Wiillie York, a girl; June 14. In Mr.
and Mm p. Habrdra, a boy; June 2i,
to Mr. and Mra. John M. Morrl. a
boy; June I, to Mr. and Mra. Anton
Dechun, a boy; July 1, to Mr. and
Mra. M. K. Crumley, a boy; July 1,
to XI r. and Mr. Prank It. Frit, n
boy; July 2, to Mr. and Mra. J. W.
Horlon, boy; July J. to Mr. and
Mr. V. Naacl, a gill: July . to Mr.
and Mr. II. R. Dugun. a girl; July
7. to Mr. and Mra. Phllllpp I-ayi-n-deiker,
a hoy; July t, to Mr. and Mr.
Narvlaaua Tafoya, a boy; July 10, to
Mr. and Mr. Newtor Chave. a boy;'
July II, to Mr. and Mia. John tt.
Vkkerv. a girl: July 12, la Mr. aud
Mra. Traniiiilino Pudllla. a girl: July
l, to Mr. and Mra. Ilalph V. Miller,
a hoy; July 21. to Mr. and Mr. Kr
ritt V.ii Cleave, a girl. July 22, t
Mr. and Mr. Harry K. Alwlne. a
Kill: July 22. to Mr. and Mr. C. A.
Chunre, a boy; July 24. to Mr. and
Mr, nmnr I. I-wi. a boy; July 2Ti.
to Mr. and Mr. Fllaa J. Armljo. a
boy; July 2.. to Mr. and Mr. Fer
mlno Alverex. a boy; July 20. to Mr.
and Mr. Aiiguatln lliirrln. a boy;
July 27. to Mr. and Mr. Alex With,
a girl; July 27. to Mr mnl Mr. Hu
ll. il.h Plchler. a boy; July 2S. to Mr.
and Mr. J. H. PHIer. a boy: July
to Mr. and Mr. P. D. I.. McLorrin,
- 515 W. Central Avenue.
Mm Clara lllueher hna returned
from a two weeka' amy al Jemet
Anettn Walnman la (he lueat of
Mra. Neil H. Field at her eummer
home on tha I'pper I'ecoa.
Miaaea Margaret and Eugenia Kel
eher left today to apend tha month
of Auguat at Whltcomb Hprlnga.
Mlaa Patella Valck left Punday
morning for a mouth a atay In C'all-
Mr. and Mra. II. E. Wolfe and
daughter hava returned from Cali
fornia, whera they epent tha paat
Mr. K. A. OertlH and ann Kenneth
left Ihla week for Mil infield. Ohio, to
apend aeveral weeka there vmitlng
Mr. Tom Kgnn, aerretary of the
f'ommerrlal rlub. returned Wednea
dny from aeveral week' vacntloii
(pent m Hock ford, hla former home,
and In Chicago.
T. N. TVIIkrrann haa retnrned
a flatting trip to Jemex Ppnnga.
Mr. tiurvey Feruon. Jr.. aon of
ougreaaman II. H Ferf uaaon. wax
In Aibuiueriua thia week en route
to the P-ecoa. Ha la a correspondent
on a Waahington, D. C., newapaper.
Mr. Franll ftp haa gone to the
Peroa for aeveral weeka
' "r I"vll n. Iloyd. preldent of
, I'mveralty. returned Thuraday
'evening from Hllver City, whera ha
delivered tha auioiner .. hool coin-
n.em ement addre...
Mr- Oentry and Mr. I. Pearl
"r apendlng aavaral daya In Kl Rlto
Mra. K. W. Dohaon and daughter
Mlaa Hue bobaon, are leaving thla
evening for California and will apend
a tew weeka at Long lieach.
Mr. and Mra. P.. L. Ilradfnrd and
two tuini expect to leave the latter
pari of next week for California.
They will atop at the tlrand Canyon
on the way.
Mr. and Mra. Ray Walker have r-
from an exceeded i vlalt In
Mr. M. W. rota, h and Mr. M. W.
Miller left Wedneedny morning for a
weeka atay at tha Valley ranch.
Mr. N. E. Ptevena returned Fri
day moriiicig from a two month'
vilt In U Angele with her daugh
ter. Mr. Al Froat. Phe waa accom-
P" Hied hum b .liar sranddaughlvr.
M iibel Froat. who will remain here
about a month and will go bark to
California with her aunt. Mra. Mabel
Ptevena Hinioe. Mra. Ilimoe eXierta
to depart Pept ember let fur a two
month' vacation and will leave her
atudlo la charge of Mlna Lou lac
Mra. W. II. Walton la enjoying a
vla'.l from Mlaa Ldna. Joniee uf Cin
Mr. Lealer Cooper, Hugh Cooper.
Jr.. Mr. Hugh Cooper and Mie
Helen and Myrl Hope left Toemlay
to Join Hev. Hugh Cooper and Mr.
Harold Whitney at the Peroa, where
they will remuln for a month. They
motored part of ttie war hut were
obliged to leuve their car and com
plete the trip In a wagon.
Mlaa Alma Huldrldge will arrive
ahortly to apend aeveral montha with
her aiater, Mra. Roy Ptamm. Phe
may attend the I'nlveralty of New
Mexico thia winter.
Mr. Fred Forbea, a former V- N
M. atudent, haa a poaltlon with a
mining company In Pouth America.
H la undemtood that Mra. John
I..or,.d.l. -nd her thre. -J"'
m.n tn California
. " .nd that the atria win
,.t ine a"- urkeley-
of CaliHrl Iterkeiey
turned from Lou
aoent a, month.
Beach, where a-
!.! her broth-
Urm. Oecor nine.." -
uv,ii. lev. leu
mer Vm. in AnderW.r,. '
Mr.. A. A. Keen '
In New York
. gtended vln
Mra. John Perker, Jr.. Mra.
! ,eor.. Aull. 'pH.w f Dr.
Mra. P. O. Cornmh. left Sunday
hla wm. in Lexington. Mo.
I vtr Alfred Orunefeld arrived I"
N el Y it a Wed ne nd y from .-era.
weeka- atay In F-'iropa. and win r
die f thla month
I Mr. and Mr.. Charle. IUlr.
going to bou.ekeepin. n--. ----the
corner of Bevenlh gtreel and Cm.1
u.. r Uav and Mra.
gmwm. - - ..a,.t.UilUA
have gt-. . ' -
we. W L. KdTar haa returned
,rur;u .nonth.' vlau , ;
w.K.d. Cel.. with hT daughter. Mr.
C. C. 11" II.
I Mm. Mont. ron mornm
ing for a vuiU " ln,
Marian Orunafeul. daughter nf Mr
and Mr lv... Urun-lrld. r.tunwed
home Ihla niorma Irom
month' Mult In California with her
grandmother, Mr. Illldegiirde tlruna-
Mra. Alice Praxle will arrive next
week from Denver, where ahe ha .
been glnce the rloklng of the t'nlver-1
Phe will have charge of the
M. dining hall thla winter.
Mra. D. A. Macpheron and rhll
dren and Mra. Frank Wllnon and
children have gone to Camp Whlt
comb fur a month.
Mra. R. H. Dunbar la leaving next
week to apend two montha In Maine
vlxttlng her alxter, Mr. C ha lie
Friend In thla city of Mr. W. TtoV '
Lyon will be Interested to learn that I
he la one of the ownera of a new ,
automobile trade Journal. "The M- .
tor New," a monthly piihlinhed at I
Pun Diego. i
Pev. and Mr. W. A. F.rvln of Po- j
after a plenint vlalt to Mr. and Mra. If
J. M. Mcholna of Sir. Norih Kighth
Mla ftadie Morrl. daughlrr,
Mr. and Mr. I. ft. Morrl of 40
North Twelfth atreel. will leave nn
the Callfornic. limited tomorrow
morning for a montha v.it In call- 1
fornlu. In I.o Angele and nt the
Ml Loule Lowlier nf Albuquer
que, who hMa been the gueat of Ihe
K. L. Wahbi:rna nt Hollywood. Cl . '
la now vlaltlng the R. W'. Wlnrhva
ter. formerly of Albuiueriiie and,
now living at Alhnmbru. Cut.
Ml Anne M. Avery of Kldorado, 1
Kan., la the gueat or Mra. J. M. Firm- ;
Ing of IK Pouth Walter at reel.
R. Paul Perguaon. milliner, leave. !
next week for an extended trip to tha
coat, where lie will buy full raillin- j
ery etock. Mr. Ferguaon will go euat '
by way of New orleun and will be
away aeveral week.
Central Avenue) Mciltodlat 1turt h.
Corner Arno street and Central ave
nue. Pnmiiel K. Alllaon, paator; re
Idence, 714 Pouth Kdith; phone 1 751).
Mlaa Mary llanarom, deaconeaa.
Punday arhool at 1:4a a. m., T. M.
Dorr I, xuperintendent.
Preaching acrvlce conducted by
tn puator at 11 a. in. and II p. m.
Pubjecl U4 the morning ,.rmon.
Faith or Credulity-Which?'' Topic
for the evening hour. "The Call ol
usiv nr I lie iiiuiiiiog aer.ice.
Still Will We TruM In
Polo: "Rerefaioiiul," Mr. It. K. Cud
Anthem: "Only Our Hlefned Iird. '
Polo; 'Abide With Me," Mm Hone
Devotional meeting of Hie Penior
npworth leimue at 7 p. m.
Regular ouMine meeting of the
Woman' Mpoiiomiry oclily at Ihe
church. TucHiJay nfternooii at S p. m.
Regular Wedneaduy evening pruyei
aervlc. at II p. in. Teacher (ruining
claaa at 7:1.
t'oniircgatloiial ( liurch.
Archie Tootluiker, mlniter. Cor
ner Coal avenue and Hroadw:iy.
At the II o'clock morriln, aervlce
Rev. J. M. Phlmer, pator of the M.
E. church of Panta Fe will occupy the
pulpit, preaching upon the aubject,
"A Poul PutlMry.ng View of dud."
Punday arhool nt 945 a. m.
chrlMian F.ndcavur, 7 p. m. No even
ing church aervlce.
A aperlnt feature f the morning
aervlce will be the tenor aolo by Fr.
A. cordial invitation la extended to
tail to attend thee aervlce.
Mualcal program aa followa:
organ Prelude: ''Adagio Ontablle,'
Hoprano Polo: "Incline Tour Ear,'
(Preyl. Mra. Ada Pierce Winn.
Organ Offertory: Batlte.
1 SAVES DAUGHTER
Alrict of llotier bo Dofilt Pre
Vtais Daasiter! Uatlaely End.
Rridf, K. " I was not ible to do
nyUiiiiK lor nearly tig months," wriietj
Mr. Laura Braithcr, of thia place, gad
Wag down la bed lor three months.
I cannot tell you how I auftered with
my head, and with efvounei and
Our family doctor told my husband ha
could SKit do me, any good, and he had
to jiv it up. We tried aaoUKf doctor,
tut be did not help me.
At last, my mother advised me to take
Caidui, ihe woman'a tonic. I thought
b was no use Ut I was nearly dead and
nothing seemed to do me any good. Hut
I look eleven bottles, and now I am able
so do ail ol my woik sod rcy own
'I think Csdu! Is the best medicine la
the world. My weight has increaacd,
nd I look the pictuie ol health. "
It you suffer trorn any ol the ailment
peculiar to women, get a bottle ol Uudui
loiiuy. Delay Is dangerous. We know
H will help you, lor it lias helped so
many thousands ol other weak. wuuea
La lha peat io yearg.
At all ikuggista.
aV to. QuiiMMii Mela. C . Uduar
a.MHMr Lwat.. Lmwck 1m, fc y.w
t -ijm i.4 44 ia kvi ' Wvm.
intra n Ik lMn-aiMiN4. MOM
SYSTEM and SUCCESS
Every snccessful business is built upon system.
Is your business run along strictly sy sterna..:
lines. Do you know where every dollar of your
Keep Your Money in a Safe Bank
and Pay by Check
We are glad to give our customers the advan
tage of our business experience. We are glad
to consult and advise with them regarding the
system they have adopted in running thier
business. We extend accommodations that are
consistent with good banking.
United States Deposito y
Depository A,T.& S. F. Ri, .
State National Bank
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO.
Tenor Bolo: "The Holy
(Adiiin). Fr. II. Voelckera.
Or gun Prelude: Initiate.
Mlaa Pauline oPalel, pipe organlal;
Mr. Mabel Htevena-lllmoe, acrom
anlt. j FlrKt Mc4IhnIM Oiun h.
I Hunday arhuol, :4i a. m.
Preaching both morning and even
ing by Dr. II. A. Humetl.
Kpworth league led by Ttuth Toinp-
,,.,B m1ln0 bolh morning and
.v,n b he t.nolr. Morning
.., ,;Weetly Polemn
.Thought." Mine Pratt, Mr. Pewell.
j I'i j nlli
' "Holy City!" (AJiim.), Mr.
Prayer meeting Wedneda evening
led by Murgaret Tripp.
I Mr. F. l. Voeliker. Uernuin
opera alar, will be heard In the exen
Ing. He haa been touring California
and la returning to New York and
tlermuny where he will alng ugaln in
1n.t Prt-sbytcrlan Cliurcli.
Corner Pllver avenue aid Fifth
aireet. Hugh A. Cooper. D. D . pa
tor; realdence, .il Pouth Walter
alreet; Chauncey A. Foreman, aoc
He puator; realdence U'i4 Kaat Cen
Punday achuol, 8:4S a. m. Morn
ing worahlp, U o'clock. Permoii
theme, "The Orace of Humility."
Kvenlng worhli. X o'clock. Theme,
The Chrla'.ian Kndeavor aoclety
meeta at 7 o'clock. Topic, "The
Courage Verae." Joh. leader.
Mi Alvinii Pontel.
The pubiif cordially Invited In all
hi. aul'a Kvatigeilcal l.ullioran
Corner Pilver avenue and Pbttn
atreet. Edward P. Pchueler. I). D..
paator, PuraonaRe, o Pouth Pllth
atreet; phone, HSJ.
Come to Punday a"hool at :4I1 a. m.
The paator'a theme at 1 1 a. m. will
: he. "Lip and Ufe."
j In the evening ai 7:S0 the combined
I ICndeavor and preaching aervlce In
Ihe open air. 1 ne roiuwi-ranon loco
of the young people la "Courage.''
Mlaa Helen Mfly leada. The puator
will apeak on "Tha Man Who Con
The C. K. bualneM meeting Mon
day evening. On Tueilay evening the
church council will meet.
Wednedrfy evening the lllhle train.
Ing rlaaa. The rlua ahowa a good
On Thuraduy the Miaaea Euaterday
will entertain. Ihe iJidle' Aid aoclety
at the "Punhine Ranch" for their
all-day picnic and bulnea meeting.
Gold and llroadway 4'linrcli of CbrUt.
Hlhle achuol at :ll a. m.; leon.
Rermon at 11 a. m.. 'The Kightn
Cnmmandm.nt, or the flight to Prop
erty." Chrl.tlan F.ndavnr at 7 p. m.
Kvenlng aermon at p. m , "What
tha Church May Expect of Ihe
Bible atudy and prayer Wedneaday
at I p. m.
A cordial welcome la extended to
alt theae aervlce.
llermnn P. Williams, minuter, 121
A alng! stroke of lightning In tha
rtclgian Kongo killed nine men and a
woman and eeverely Injured thirty
two other peraona, two of whom died
For regular action of the bowele:
eay, natural movement, relief of
eoiiatipallon, try Ion'a Itegulefa,
ZSe at all atorea.
R. U Moor Attorney. CTomw.ll
Bldg. ISe Sad M. ftvaaui S4S.
HQVEY Si5 ROAD
Well Known Carlsbad Public
ity Han Pleased with Re
suits Accomplished at 'San
ta Fe Meeting.
A. M. Ilovey, veteran pulillcitv
in ii n f the I'ecoa valley, and one of
the men whoae work ivaulted In lha
building of ihe I'arlxbud reclamation
project, la apenduig toduy in Albu
querque, returning to hi home in
Curlabud from Panta Pe. where ha
attended the .title roud convent loll.
"The road meeting wu a great
eucceaa," iutid Mr. Iloxey tin moiii
Ing, "and II will accoinpliah perma
nent remilt in road building and
general development throiiKhout the
"one thing I think thia convention
haa done la to bring home to Ilia
people of Ihe lllo ilmnde valley, the
older ..tiled and hlMoricul ectioii
of New Mexico, the lad thut to the
eut and fM of the valley vitally
energotic coinmiinitlu. aie .prlugiug
lip which ure pUying an Impoi lint
part in the i onHiriicllon of the ut ile,
and that a more haiiiionloiia connnc.
lion with theae nc m-iIioiui will be
of miiluul value. The convention
waa a practlcul working body which
went al II bulnea In hn effective
way. Nulurully renlt will follow.
"The good road rot huolnum haa
.truck u hurd In Kddy inuiiiy. We
have an eiit licmumilc uoi iiitioii and
we ure going to build road In 1 1 &
which will make u the bei hlkh
waved roiinly In New Mexico."
t arlNbad. Mr. Ilovey aua. ha. hnd
4 very priMpcrou. anon in all line
OiHiic II. Maun.
Charlea II. Mugan. a wealthy
.tix'kmun of Kansna 'Ity. who came
to Albuiueriiua nine moiithr ago for
Ilia heulth, died yeatenlay uti.rii.".o
at 4 o'clock at Iiik room in the
lllghlanda. aged 11 year. lie waa
accompanied here hy hi wife alio
waa with him at the end and who
will accompany the remain to Kan
aaa City tomorrow.
liarb A. Wa.l.v
Charlea A. Wade, a heullhaeek-r
of Clinion, Tenn., died auadeiily
terday at hi rooniK in tha lllghluml.
aa a rrault of a hemorrhage of the
lung, aged 11 year. u alone
and hud been here but a .hurt lime.
Ptrong brother huve been advlMed
by relative to Bend h reiiiuin lu
GOLDEN RULE MAKES
HIT WITH BIO SALE
A eale at which everything offered
went al Ihe unique tlguic of l XX
waa the feature al the tixblen Hole
Ury (iomla company today, drawing a
crowd ot buer. that puiked the
.lore from oeiiiiig tune until lute
I hi afternoon Pome old-lulilnnd
Oolden Hule barxaina were ottiinl
and the buyer are alway. at hand
for a bargain ante at tin atore a tin
the motto, "We do what w. adver
tlee." Por hiotortat. who have lout oia
or both lega lliera hu. been InventeJ
ilrlv. me. haniam ruubling nil the
conlrola to ta operated tip tUa hands.