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ALBUQtTETvQPL CTTIZEN. The Albuquerque Citizen PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY. Ity ihe Citizen Publishing Company o! Albuquerque, New Mexico. W. S. STRICKLER WILLIAM. F. BROGAN PRESIDENT . MANAGING EDITOR the omriAt, newspaper. ' March 29. 1909. Territovy of New Mexico, Office of the Secretary. Public notice is hereby given that In compliance with Section 9 of Council Substitute for House Bill No. 213 of the Thirty-eighth legis lative assembly, approved March 17. 1909, requiring the Secretary of the Territory to designate an official newspaper of New Mexico, The Albuquerque Citizen is hereby designated as such official newspaper of New Mexico. (Signed,) NATHAN JAFFA. (Seal.) Secretary of New Mexico. t i CLIPPINGS t From X5hQ Press An Art Gallery Full of Faces WEDNESDAY, JILT 2J. IftOff. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: Ooe Tear by Mall, In Advance 93.00 Ctoe Month by MaU Cm Month by Carrier Within City Limits.... "0 Entered as second class matter at the postof&oe of Alboqucrquc, M., Mkr Ac of Oongreee of March 3, 1879. The only Illustrated daily newspaper In New Mexico and the beet adver tising medinm of the southwest. THE AMVCQTERQVE CITIZEN IS: The Leading Republican Pally and Weekly Newspaper of the Southwest. The advocate of Republican principles and the "square deal." THE ALBCQrEHQl'E CITIZEN HAS: The Flneft Equipped Job Department In New Mexico. The Latest Reports by Associated Press and Auxiliary News Service. "WE GET THE NEWS FIRST." STATEHOOD FOR NEW MfcXICO" TTa favor the Immediate admission of the territories of New Mexico and 'Artaona aa separate states In the Union. Republican National Platform. .Mi SOME. Like b camel en Hearing an oasis, our country !s pricking her tars for wnrd fur the good tlilnes tliHt Hie coining. Thf Tallinn Vnlli'y News. HOT AT IIIIIsllOKO. I.nst Monday th' thermnmi ter climbed up to the 102 mark. Col. 1'arker anil J. M. Webster, who huve kept rinse record of the temperature for a good inniiy years claim Tuesday was the hottest day they have ever known here. The Sierra County Advocate, A WK)1) ltlXXMtD. June whh the banner month for outbound ' busine ss on the local branch of the Santa Fe. The follow ing are the shipments for the month: Cattle, 157 cars; sheep, 24 cars; ore, 91 cars; wool, 4 4 ears; horses, 1 car. The total shipments for a period of 6 months, from Jan. 1 to July 1. are as follows Cattle, 258 cars; ore. 394 tars; wool, 56 cars; horses, 5 ears; sheep, B0; wood, 2 cars. A grand to tal of i6d cars. " Cars received tor same period, "A News. Q VVcrCcl Wide Day Last year William Willett. a member of the Knglish Parliament, startled conservative John Bull by proposing to turn ahead all the clocks In the British Isles In order to save an hour of daylight for the working day. The -proposal was received first with astonishment and then with ridicule, and Mr. "Willett's bill was voted down on the second reading. Mr. Willett prepared a new bill, somewhat simpler than the first, and introduced It. Meanwhile, the discussion which the first measure aroused attracted attention to the AN EVIA.NCIA I IK I. I.E. Mii. Could in giving testimony in her suit for divorce, could testily to h.iv.n? in her possession twenty-eight dresses of various kinds Poor woman, who would have thought that she would be outclassed by an K'tancia Valley Helle? jn giving testimony in a contest case recently, one of the belles of the valley, swore to the statement that among other things contained in her residence on her ilalm were thirty-five dresses. The Kstancla valley certainly Nads in ev erything The Estancla News. EDWARD POPEJOV. Edward Popejoy is our best natur led bachelor. He was awakened one morning last week about dawn what he thought to be a wolf after his chickens. He arose and made his way to the door rather hurriedly, gathering up his old army musket as he went. tin opening the door he Hd w thri-moh ,1,. .,,,.. II... t . - i , j . ,,w ..Kll --.I o,nl,11., with lha " ' "' .HUTeu.eiil. u.iu n uega.i iu iinu ...v. i.ic ni"""-, " and ,ne b,ur , nis rvpH (hp yure ".w bill provides that the Cock shall be advanced one I Th cUref when onr at midnight on the third Sunday of April in each year, and retarded an ,he Hour miumiiii u uit ijum ouiiu) v. i,.r,.,UM ................. a bunrn of s0 weP(s where dock in England Is more or less dependent on the Koyal Observatory at wof,g hea(, ought ( hnve UrWDWlCn, II IB Simply proposed lO nave urrrnwiLII, -WIICI! II enuo uui Hi" hlinnh nt aon.i n.o.wlo ..I, ..-., , ,ii racial time to announce It one hour ahead, and thus the change would be hfa"beeT and I n . he mid Oeeted automatically, and the habit, of the entire country readjusted over " 1 llll w. Ikl. AwnAln . 1. im artwfOtl 1 1. " t Vn TtuulltrVl, Hill Unillrl J -work aa invaluable reform, benefiting all classes of society from the highest to the lowest. In a word It means that every man, woman and child In England would get an extra chunk of daylight every day daring half the year when It Is most needed. It takes one hour of sunlight and fresh air from a time -when it is not needed, when. In fact, few people are awake to enjoy It. anl adds It to the other end of the day. when It Is very much needed. It Is tpointed out that most persons at present sleep well into the daylight hours, A certain npm.inent of the mem ory of every jutsfin is a kind of por trait gallery. H is ,.n that cannot easily he destroyed. Secretly tint uway there at-,- Images of many faces or iriendk, of acquaintances uml a multitude' of .hove who have been si en eifte n on street ears or on the sidewalks, and may never be known except by sight. In this age when Mrcet carfc claim almost as many a city dweller's time a his family, the portraits of the uninlrodueed multi tude m;.y conn: to be a considerable part of his mental collection. This gallery of faces much of th time is a place of quiet obscurity, but it is "widir" fvr n'ective lighting ami I' Is full of sii:-pris. s. Indeed, its owner and master electrician does not know o. all the images he hart. A current on a certain wire may bring out with astonishing depth and vital ity a portrait whic.i he did not know had been hung. Strang- to say par ticularly, if it oe of one whom he re members often, Jeir s strongly to see and cannot he sonictlmes may be unable to illuminate a figure which he was very sure he had been careful to place. A rtmarkable quality of the coll v- tion unri .m. 1 1, . I f,.. lunnl,.. ..!....- I'he Magdalena ' "tands Is that certain moods cauwc th portraits to take on a real imagina tion. Upon occasion tiny step down and become the pleasant or unpleas. lint people of his dreams. It may be a source of regret to hlrn, therefore, that not all these lift lung guests can be those of hlrt own choice, that some Invade the sanctum even without his knowledge; but while he can not eon li ol absolutely the personnel, it i certain that the gallery contains no IKivUalt without his having looked Ji netly or Cireiugh some kind of art ist's eyes, upon Its original tn life. o to wear an unpleasant race on the street ear or em the sidewalks or among frlende and acquaintance :s a matt' r of some consequence. Even one in fociety has the limner of his own portrait. Every one, let It lie believed, goen among those whom h 1 Dy does and does not know like the fun er ny man In a comic opera, saying al ways', "Allow me, my photograph:" Who, when posing before a camera for a business of thin kind, would dare to look usplea.-iant ? This is not saying that the "look pleasant, now," of the conventional photographer should be accepted as a moral code. A life of nothing bu' smiles would be a life with an aru.'ig fall. The man who studies faithfully what he may se-e about him does not always smile; but If he con Church Used a Press Agent f'resp a.,.r;t m. th-ils of church ad vrrtismg ai-f not t he generally adopted In St. Liuis churches, al though the Ke-v. Columbus Polk Coodson, former pastor of the King's Highway Presbyterian church, says he started his church on the road to prosperity by "putting over" a "iire.se agent net" on the St. Ixmis papers. lergymen Interviewed today do not approve of the method. T he p.i v. Mr. floodson. now pastor of the fashionable Hlg-hland Park Presbyterian church in Chicago, was -me of the gut sts of honor at the Kink's Highway church 'homeco.n ing ' last night. He gave a humorous account of how he worked his Inge mnty overtime to build up his St Louis charge. hen Mr. Grioeteon came to St Iyouls his congregation at the little King's Highway church did not num per meire than seventy-five persons on the average, and he was young and unknown to fame. His talk last night was of how he climbed hlmsel and made his church crow bv diligent use cif the newspapers. 11" told of how 9-year-old Donuld Stewart, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. T, Stewart f-11 off the pier at Cre.e Coeur Lake on Saturday. November 4, 1904; of how he rtMhed into the water which was hardly up to his waist, and dragged the boy out, and then eif how he permitted the news papers to "write It up" as a thrilling rescue, rhus attracting attention to himself and to his church. St. Lou!. dispatih to the New York Times. Si JrCW DftVSWe W'" (v,Dt,,nue ,0 offer our entire Shoes, Underwear. Dry (i.wxls. Tinware. Croekerv. etc.. .,. .?,.., ."f i prtcts. 112 N 2cd St CASH BUYERS9 UNION ffm, DOLDE England's Naval Row the and All England like all Gaul is di vided Into three parts. The division is a development of the last year and the condition of the British navy is rtspohsiole for it. The parts may be described as the Heresfordites. the Fisherltes, and those who cry "i plague on both your houses" and de maiiil that personal and political Jeal ousies shall be eliminated from the navy and that it shall return to the glorious old traditions of slnglemlnd el enthusiasm for the good of the service and the country. At the same time everybody is anxious to know the truth about the navy and there Is now a prospect that their curiosity will be satisfied. The prime minister has appointed a commission of inquiry and Lord Charles Beres mm, me cniei alarmist, has an dressed for dinner Now I will ven ture this was the first chicken he had tasted since he left Iowa thirty months ago. Union County Herald. A BADGER EIGHT. On Tuesday night, at about th templates it kindly, rinding much to nounced his Intention of telling all he kiiows ai a puouc dinner of the Lon don Chamber of Commerce tnere is no concealing the fact that the division is chiefly a personal one and is due to the Jealousy that exists between two distinguished off! cers. Admiral Lord Charles Beresford who Was ordered recently to haul Hon. nl tt in . V. n V. m . specially during the summer months, and at the close of the day find them- (Allen hotel, by previous arranitement Ilu4r, , tlirVit anit hrunlhlns lh tilthl nlr. WthlrVr la less . .7 " - - a - - -- - biiu announcement, in tne nrrsenee wholesome than that of the sunlight hours. By advancing the waking or of manv intprPiB1i ,..,, (k. the Invalid anJ those who are slow woraing aay me eariy nours 01 aayngni arc inus uaviu, wnne ui me euu 01 was pulled off a badger fight admire and much to do, his face a It appears over his newspaper in the street car In the morning will be again some time a satisfying one to those who consciously t unconscious ly put It away in their mindrt. Hood feature's, a. certain subtle quality of eyes, good health and spon taneous wit -ar supposed to make , down his flag as commander of the men and women attractive. Yet it cnannci fleet and is now on th in Sir John is known that .the homely, the blind, 1 active, list, and Admiral speech often become beautiful, even the day It will be possible practically to dispense with artificial light. It is COunter, Jn which a dog and a badger fa?cln4,,lnK upon closer acquaintance-. r Innlnt.J . V n . I (kla n.nm. 41 A .1 f ia.rlion. thai n f e n n 1." wrataA u 1 1 1 V. O ' VI ll i 1 T.i.l.l'IKr. nl , Vi i t ... .... mu.i The dog, an old town. Betting ran high, about $220 I altogether being put up and disputes) irr.iv a ,.1 ... m, l.. .... .... . . .. aw iiuuiiiuun uier ine relative Vaw ' - Itlehtinir onnlltles nf iho i.. t " " . . v, auiiiitici calculated that in this way 210 hours of daylight that are now wasted will be 'are tne COmbntants. savea ana witn tnis saving win come an aoamonai saving to tne ingusn people of 10 million dollars on artificial light. The new Daylight Saving Bill already has passed its second reading in the House of Commons, and has gone Into committee for hearing expert tes timony. The friends of the measure are declaring that the bill will pass. It Iras received the endorsement of the education committee of the London County Council, of more than a hundred municipal councils, of the two hun i?rel t?wn of the convention of royal burghs of Scotland and of 157 cham- tk ol commtrct and seventy-flve societies, associations and clubs In the grew acrimonious over the united Kingdom. i -1 n-ej Aieanwnll tne movement has spread throughout the world. similar DU the V'.'v'l'.'I heads managed to Villa are pending In Canada and Australia, and active discussion of the plan k'.'ep trie peace. is going on in ranee, uermany, ueigium, uenmarx ana me unueii niaies. The moment arriving, interest and jn America, tne .National uayngni association is at rid the first result of its labor was the recent adoption the city of Cincinnati, which provides that on May, 1910, at 2 o'clock a. m., every clock In that city shall be set ahead one hour, and moved back again at ihe same hour on October 1. In the United States we have so much latitude and longitude and the A n .-J 1 n-Y. . Ka..m an ..M.lu I .1 ! r . n r. . r, tm r,t t Via .mintv Ihal It U-Altlft tm otrricult to nx upen any group or hours wmcn wouta De convenient to : brief duration, the dog was the vic- 11. yet the application of the Daylight Saving scheme Is being urged here, J tor. The Magdalena News. nd that, too, upon a basis of a single time standard, that of the 75th merid- i , lan. This would require the clocks In Central time to be advanced one hour, J BAD FOR ni'LL FIGHTERS. the clocks In Mountain Time, two hours, and the clocks In Pacific Time, three I The bull-fighting interests of Mcx- feours. This, It Is calculated, would require about ten millions of Americans u-o are as much agitated over the n the Pacific coast to get up before daylight or change their clock time of ( future of the sport as the race track' w wm. dui me uum ui wie Aiiivriejaii fjeuvjie numu nova n nuur ui ua- gamoiers Were Over trie future of light, dispense with an hour of artificial light, and thus save, It Is estimated, ' horse racing when the fight to cn he sum of 111 million dollars annually. force the constitution was on in New Late working hours naturally have led to late hours for retiring, and so. York. California and Kentucky Thev to late hours for rising. After late business hours, must of necessity come have suffered an unexpected and it Jattr hours devoted to reading, recreation or amusements, and this is very is alleged a damaging blow Hhe Fisher, who Is now first sea lord the active chief of the British navy but who is to retire October 21st next. while peevishness or bitterness may , Trafalgar day. It Is hoped that when veteran owned bv Milt Cral ' thoi.eh ninr th mt,st P't countenance. I both these stormy petrels are removed badger-scarred from former conflicts I Be vlKIa,,t- therefore, that the from the stage the navy will settle was ready for the melee, which, how- menlal Portrait galleries of those who! down again to the hard work of mak- ever. was not of his own ,innii,i.'"'c "" """" "r " p"io-i -eauy ior war. ment. ' Tho badger was a white one. I J! rBUf a":rle8, r ha 'befor. recentlv rnniiir.n on ,.ui... taking columns of patent medicine a) manacs. Everybody Now Wa ti Reward I i-'iiiiv uiii'ina, imtri toi liliu the head of the movement . expe-ctancy at high tension. E Rich- . option of an ordinance by cr, llaving voluntarily assumed the1, Hav'"K ina moment or excitement task, pulled the badger from his """l, u."u" euuugn io emer a Place of concealment. Unfortunate- I rewa.rJ. f " J:", for "je, arrpwt ani ly in doing so. it struck the log of a '""vlctlon of NMliie Whit a's kidnap billiard table resulting in a slight In-1 'h?'a,e J Pe"yvanl find Jury. In the fight that followed, of " w,t a ""all army of claimants I iiimif nu in an eim oarrass- t ing uncertainty as to its proper de position. First there is the Cleveland saloon keeper, The secret of the differences which have arisen may be found In the wide difference In the character of the two men. Lord Charles Beresford is the typical old-fashioned sailor bluff. hearty and the darling of his men. Jt Mi board ship he Is a strict discip linarian, nut wnen ne meets Jack Tar ashore he claps him on the back and buys him a drink or takes him for a ride In his motor car. He is knfewn to every man In the fleet as "Bulldog Charlie.' Sir John Fisher is a differ ent type. He is the modern scientific officer who holds himself aloof from all but a few favored Individuals among the officers of higher rank, and the men of the lower deck, while they respect him. regard him with wholesome terror. It is true that well illustrated by the case of the theatres, which formerly began their per f ormance at 8 o'clock, but now begin at 8:15 or 8:30. Social entertainments likewise are deferred until 9, 10 or even 11 o'clock. health authorities have forbidden the sale of the meat of the butchered bulls. The managers say that if they.""; " "V". ! 1 . - 'ann .. - Vic- V7eVr.ed i ,X ' 7 he should A 4 h A. V5 I , 7U"1" Bl ,ae:be rewarded because he found Ih2 Our Hand $ pene T ?, u boy wanJel.,nK uroun(, ln the ,ob,jy . . , , , , , Al rown Thf' are not at all ani, ,ooK lm tj hi father, while the "An empty continent." was once a favorite phrase of description, used In concerned over th quality of the conductor of the strret car on which comparing the vast area of the United States. In proportion to Its populutlon. u.roduct thrown on the market or over ' t)10 boy rode to the hotel has al'jo srrlh the number of inhabitants to the acre In lands of other nationalities. An- ( Its effect on the health of the con-'f ntcr,.j j,.maiu apparently because other graphic method of comparison was the statement that if all the people sumer. Their position may seem m-j evei yboily e lse is doing it and iio In this country were to be gathered within the boundaries of Texas, that one tenable in our eyes, but it Is not so m;Rh.t ju-t as well be In style mate would not be as densely inhabited as is France. A little calculation different from that assumed In this ( ,st of all is ihe county of Me-rce r with the returns of the latest census would show that the second comparison country on different occasions, when with the claim that, whatever may be vnay no longer hold good. As for the descriptive phrase of e mptiness, that the enforcement of sanitary or hu- the facts as to the'arresUi, it did th. lias lost entirely Its fitness. ! inane regulations affected what some- 1 convicting, at an e xpense' of $6 000 Immigration plus natural Increase have not only coneiuered this broad body had regarded as a vested right, and it wants to be paid that amount strip of the continent, but are filling it from brim to brim with a productive, that it need cause surprise. Phoenix n the ground that the reward wis patriotic, and prosperous people. How true Is this statement has been II- Republican. j ottered for "a-rest and conviction." lUBtrated repeatedly by the opening to settlement of every stretch of land re-I ,,;', , of all the claims made tills seems to loaned from government ownership or Indian reservation. The old scenes ... :", . , Vt, . 'be about the most Impudent, for the of wild stampedes across newly opened boundaries into territory freshly con-I 1 "at ,u,ry ,n lu8t "iKht s Citizen roun,y only ,u natural and in- ceded to the advance of white civilization will never be repeated. Those gath- "r ,np ',ar.1 tenderfoot who caused evjt.lbll. dutv ar)J of coura no r... rings at the edge of an invisible line of land hungry men with dependent " tor.V "f ""tlaws raiding a horse r(, was v;.r (fr;.rrd or un'(1,.1tooli women and children, mingled with adventurers, speculators, and desperadoes, in .New Mexico and killing elev- ,0 bl. ()nr,.j witn ft vU,w to payng win never again occur. The suosiiiution or more piaciu ana oraeriy memous, r """i '"".for the actual ... . . .. . . - rlmnlrv none a mrr..l .. .1 .1 1 1 1 aiiuill while less picturesque, are no less signincant or the increasing pn-ssure ofi ' 1 " " ......... aooms ajallj rnnviction 1 n .).... w ..nnn ...I ..... r .. Th. ll.turA. II . . I , i . 1 I . . ..V. I . . am ' ' 1 1 ' a, M i, iiiuuiiM uuuii in viu j.. 1 1 . ' u i , - iini u i , . i . mi. k . u t' . . i " u neiny. wno minus ne 1, i. .v. ... should have it because he first called .Fisher, but the sailor has nicknames the attention or the local police to for every one, and there is no affec- the man and woman who stole thltion inipiied by the title child The Cleveland chief of police, Thee are the men whose names ignoring the source of information orm tne rallying cries for the oppos- 'Chh V.r10"; "1et9,Up t,he P'ea Ing parties in the great navy quarrel. vernal ? , """Ji"" Undt r Beresford has caughf the imagination veillance and would have arrested of the man in the Bt t b t n , DHva.o iVr Mr FTZ "'"h" '"K that Fisher dur ng the puvato uttctivea asked dHay unlil!ff- . at the Admiralty building in White. nan, has done wonders in the way GROSS KELLY & COMPANY 44)4aaa. I INCORRORA TED WHOLESALE GROCERS Wool, Hide and Pelt Dealers Albuquerque and Las Vegas Albuquerque Foundry&Machine Works t t M UTOMOBILE Repairs Albuquerque Foundry Machine Workj MONTEZUMA TRUST CO. ALBUQUERQUE MXW MEXICO Capital and Surplus, $100,000 MEREST ALLOWED ON SAMS DEPOSITS WITH AMPLE MEANS AND UNSURPASSED FACILITIES THE BANK of COMMERCE OF 4JLBUQDKRQUB. N. M. Extends to Depositors Every Proper Accommodation and Solicits New Accounts CAPITAXi. 8150,000 OFFIGEK9 AMD DIRECTOR SOLOMON LUNA, President W "S. STRICKLER, Vice President and Cashier W. J. JOHNSON, Assistant Cashier William Mcintosh, J. C Baldridge, A. M. Blackwe t, O. E. Cromwell. U shown by the eager pressure for white occupation of the Coe ur d'Alene. y ''"" r i oeiore tne ten- Spokane, and Flathead reservations, now on the brink of settle ment and pri- "ul " "l"' L ,ulu ue investigated wate ownership. (various news agencies had flashed it The estimate is that there will be on tile by August 5 at least 200,000'"' " ,'u" ""S"oi me coun applications for little slices of this remnant of I'ncle Ham's big farm. I'er- tr,1 "1 J our mind s eye we can se, iaps one applicant In fifteen may have the good fortune to draw in this lot tery the right to a homestead worth taking up. The number of applications -euld fill a considerable city. It is interesting to note that perhaps 20.000 rf the applicants are veteran soldiers and sailors. Yet. it is as if it were yes terday, within the span of a generating when the veterans, returning home from the civil war, gave such Impetus to the taking up of public lands that wow lie in Commonwealths no longer on the border. The time is here, nay, nay, la already past, when It can no longer be said that the United States has a hinterland. Yet the possibilities of the development if natural resources 1n the oldest parts of this New World bewildi r imagination. Taft has been elected honorary president of the National Golfers' ano ifction. Honorary president is something new in the line of a Job. the intrepid Kansan who is reported lost In Hortiw also wi!d? see Alhert Jermiah Keverldge. and oth ers of his kind, pouring over It from Washington to Oshkosh and adding to it a few yarns of their own about the wild and wnoly west and with sage lifting of eyebrows and sniffing of noses declaiming that we have neit yet reached that mature state of Klla Gingllng, Kvelyn Thawing, Leon Ling ing, monkev dinnering civillu;i(on which passes ln the effete east. It Is a fart that Arizona. New Mexico and the entire southwest have for the past twenty years been the victims of hulf-baked fools and fsehtiflers. The Tucson Citixen. formalities of arret Taking the eounty's own view, the money it asks belongs to the Jurors who found the prison ers guilty or to the Judge who turned the verdict into a sentence. As a matter of fact, the whole sys tem of money rewards for the appre-hi-nsinn eif criminals is dangerous an I wrong, sometimes justified by the e nj nttained, perhaps, but always as hard to excuse, logically, as was the toler atlon ef Mr. Whitla's own open corn rounding e.f felony and his suoordln tion of public to private interests.---New York Times. Constipation cause headache, nvi sea, dizziness, languor, heart palplta t.on. lirasUc physics gripe, sicken, weaken the bowels and don t euro. Doan's Ileguiets act gently and cure constipation :;. rents. Ask your drugvlst. of bringing England's fleet to a state of efficiency. He has not the art that Beresford has of winning the affec tion of the public. Rather by his cold aloofness and impatience of all crit icism he has forfeited any regard that the unthinking mass had for him Fisher Is responsible for the "Dreadnaught Policy." The first Dreadnaught was built under his di rectum, and when she proved all and more than was expected of her he went in deliberately for the policy of scrapping the older and smaller ships and creating a fleet of these leviath ans Heresford declared that the Dreadnaught was not worth the mon ey she cost and offered to take out one of the older anel more easily man aged battleships and knock the spots off her. Ran Fianclsco Chronicle. Hair lreMr ana Chiropodist. Mrs. Bambini, at her parlors op posite the Alvarado and next door to Sturges 'cafe. Is prepared to flvt thorough scalp treatment, do hair dressing, treat corns, bunions and ingrown natU. She gives massage treatment and manicuring. Mrs Bambini's own preparation of com plexlon cream builds up the skin sn4 improves the complexion, and '. guaranteed not to be Injurious, 3h also prepares hair tonic and cures and prevents dandruff and hair fall ing out, restores life to dead hair, re moves moles, warts and superfluous hair. 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