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PAGE TWO SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1913, r We Have a New Supply of E JERSEY CREAM Daisy, Crown, Imperial and Bobolink Flour Butler 35c lb. Eggs, 35c doz. INTER THE FORUM Mother! Don't hesitate! If cross, fev erish, constipated, give "Califor nia Syrup of Figs. i Look at tin? tons;uo mother i coated, it is a sure sign that your lit-1 are Editor New Mexican. ! Sir: Every man seema to liave ! peculiar conditions to fuce in accord Tf ! with his profession. And many of us entirely unfamiliar with the ex ile one's stomach, liver and bowels need a gentle, thorough cleansing at once. When peevish, cross, listless, pale, doesn't sleep, doesn't eat or act natu rally, or is feverish, stomach sour, breath bad; has stomach-ache, sore throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, give a jteaspoonful of "California Syrup of ! Figs," and in a few hours all the foul, ! constipated waste, undigested food 'and sour bile gently moves out of its little bowels without griping, and you i have a well, playful child again. periences of others. I wish there fore through your columns to speak of some things from my own stand point as a minister. And what I have to say has to do with something that should concern every citizen in this and every community. For it is an experience that all must face; it is a test that we must all undergo. For it is death with its funeral cere monies. Thursday. Dr. Leonard, a well known dentist of our city, was laid away, after having waged u fourteen year ALL OVER BODY Itched and Hurt So Could Not Rest Day or Night. Nearly Tortured to Death, Cuticura Soao and Cuticura Ointment Cured, flLIGHTl PHOITE 40. "iou neednt coax sick children toiHtruggle with the wIl, plague. He take this harmless "fruit laxative;" j knew tlmt tne pnd was approaching, they love its delicious taste, and it j Betore ujs demise, he made certain re always makes them feel splendid. quests in relation to his funeral obse- Ask your druggist for a GO-cent hot-()uk8 H(J desIred tlat there should tie of "California Syrup of Figs," 1 i, nn fprai nmeesHlon of Mends and neighbors to view his remains as CAPITAL COAL YARD PHONE 85 MAIN. j AND SrETAI L WOOQ SWASTIKA LUMP FACTORY WOOD CERRILLOS LUMP SAWED WOOD STEAM COAL CORD WOOD ANTHRACITE COAL, ALL SIZES. Montezuma Avenue, near A., T & S. F. Railroad Depot. dren of all ages and for grown-ups I plainly on the bottle. Beware of I counterfeits sold here. To be sure j you get the genuine ask to see that I it is made by "California Fig Syrup j Company." Refuse any other kind I with contempt. THE CHURCHES. in T? IE-DENVER & RIO GRANDE RAILROAD CO. MIL MISSOURI-PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. Ill LOUIS, IRON MOUNTAIN & SOUTHERN CO. U 1 1 Ea (WESTERN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. SHORTEST LINE TO DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO, Where Direct Connections are Made FOR ALL EASTERN AND SOUTHERN POINTS TRAVELERS TO THE EAST will find every want anticipated in the modern high-class service provided by the through sleeping car routes to St. Louis over the Missouri-Pacific-Iron Mountain. To Salt Lake City and Pacific Coast Points Denver & Rio Grande Western Pacific Rail way-The Royal Gorge-Feather River Route, acknowledged to be the Scenic Line PAR EXCELLENCE of all America. THROUGH LINE FOR INFORMATION AS TO RATES, ETC., CALL ON WM. M. SCOTT, T. F. & P. A.. 244 San Francisco Street, Santa Fe,-N M L. A. HUGHES, President. C. L. POLLARD, Secretary. R. J. CRICHTON, Manager 4 Treasurer. Lumber and Transfer Co. (INCORPORATED) HBADQITAIITEBS FOB LUMBER OF EVERV DESCRIPTION. Shingles, Cement, Plaster, Roofing and Build ing Materials of Every Description. AGENTS fthe FAMOUS DAWSON COAL GENERAL TRANSFER BUSINESS AND STORAGE Your Business Solicited. Phone 100 and 35 W. :: Foot of Montezuma Ave. NEW MEXICO MILITARY INSTITUTE 1) Lf ROSWELL, NEW MEXICO. 'Tne West Point of tne Southwest. Ranked as "Distinguished Institution " by the U S. War Department. fc. Located In the beautiful Peeos Valley. 1,700 feet above sea level, sunshine every day. Omn air work throughout the entire ses sion. Conditions for physical and mental development are IDEA L such aa eannot be found elsewhere In America. Four teen officers and Instructors, all graduates from standard East ern colleges. Ten buildings, modern in every respect. Befents : E. A. CAHOON, President. J. B. RHEA, Vice-President J. P. WHITE, Treasurer. JOHN W. POB, Secretary. W. A. FIKLAY. r For particulars and Illustrated cata ague, address. COL. JAS. W. WILLSON, Supt. Cathedral Church. First Sunday after Advent. First Mass at V o'clock n. m. ; Second Mass at 9:80. Sermon i English. Third Mass at 10:30. Sermon in I Spanish. At 1 o'clock p. m., Rosary and Bene 'diction. I Church of Holy Faith (Episcopal.) Kev. Leonidas Smith, Rector, j Second Sunday in Advent, j No celebration of Holy communion at 8 a. m., owing to the rector's ab j sence. ' 10 a. m. Sunday school and bible class. J 11 a- m. Choral morning prayer and sermon. 7:45 p. in. Choral evening prayer. The lay leader L. Bradford Prince conducting the services. Morning Order Music. Organ Prelude. Processional Hymn No. 35. Hark the Voice Eternal, Hopkins. Kyrie Eleison, Gerrish. Gloria Tibi, Garratt. Sermon hymn, "In the hour of trial" Lane. Gloria Patria, Beethoven. Offertory "Art Thou Weary ton. Offertory sentence, "All come of Thee," Sanctus, Gerrish. Communion hymn. World," Hodges. Gloria in Excellsis Nunc Dimittis No Kecessional hymu "Rejoice, rejoi 'e believers," Anon. Organ postlude. First Presbyterian. Corner Grant and Marcy streets. B. Z. McCoIlough, minister. Residence 134 Grant avenue. Leigh-things "Bread of (he Gerrish-141. he lay iu his casket. He desired that there should be no garments of mourn ing worn by the bereaved. He desir ed that no flowers should be put upon his casket, and if sent to the house, should be given to the living instead of being placed to freeze and wither upon his grave. And all of these re quests were faithfully observed by the ; , sorrowing wife and friends. I I ask you, sir, why should not these requests of our deceased friend, Dr. Leonard, become the custom in our city and country? Fashion has de creed that you shall manifest your love or make tip for your failures in life to appreciate your friends, by sending flowers to their bier. Fashion has decreed that you shall wear black, a symbol of heathenism, for so many months after the death of a relative. Fashion has decreed that the curious multitude shall have a chance to look upon the face of the deceased. All of these customs should be abolished. Flowers should be sent to the living. 'Cold eyes can't see them you know." Kind words should be spoken to a man before he dies. "Cold ears can't hear , them, you know." Kind faces should see the pale, emaciated figures while living and cheer them with their kind ly presence and love. And if there is i to be any viewing of the "remains," it : should be done in the undertaking par Hollenc, New Mexico. "Our lltllo boy first broke out in littlo yellow Winters about the size of pin heads and they Itched and hurt so badly ho could not rest day nor night. In a few days they wore running sores and kept spreading until they were as large as a dollar. He had them all over his body and was nearly tortured to death, as they hurt him so badly be could hardly sleep. Ho would scratch and cause fcivat sores all over bis face and legs. " W tried several highly recommended r.-nedies but they didn't seem to help him n bit. Nothing seemed to do any good until got Cuticura Soap and Ointment. We lui'ln't used the Cuticura Soap and Oint ment but a short time before ho was com p! lely cured without a scar." (.Signed) Mrs. .1. II. Northcutt, Nov. 22, 1012. .Nol only arc Cuticura Soap and Olntraont most valuable in the treatment of eczemas and other distressing eruptions of skin and scAlp, but they aro also most effective in the treatment of pimples, blackheads, rod, rough skins, Itching, scaly scalps, dandruff, dry, thin and falling hair, chapped bands mid shapeless nails. A singlo cake of Cuti cura Soap (25c.) and box of Cuticura Oint ment (50c.) are often sufficient wbon all else has failed. Sold by druggists and dealers everywhere. IJIeral sample of each mailed free, with ,'12-p. Skin Book. Address post card "Cuticura. Dept. T, Boston." aMe,n who shave and shampoo with Cu t icuraMoap will find it, best for skin and scalp. IN THESE DAYS OF MODERN METH ODS, Electricity plays a most impor tant part. The grandfather would be amazed at the radiance of the mod ern home and why all this light? To make the home more homelike to make the home the most pleasant spot on earth for father, mother and children. Good light that is easy on the eyes is very much to be desired. "TO KEEP UP A FRONT HE STOLE CLOTHES St. Louis, Dec. 6. Fred W. Des s'ore, 1!) years old, of Minga Junction, Ohio, was a prisoner at police head quarter because, it is alleged, he stole fellow roomer's $100 sealskin over coat and pawned it in his effort, as he said, to "keep up a front" while he continued a siege for his sixteen-year-old bride, Helen Dorothy Oliver, for merly of Mingo Junction, with whom lie recently eloped to Wellsburg, W. TT .l t. . lors or in the house before any cero- ; ? l"-v w"e 'narrieu oy uev. monies are held. And when it corner J- Holmes, a Presbyterian clergy. to the wearing of black veils ami jma"- dresses, and hat bands for months aft- j J wanted to make John C. Oliver, erwards, is it not a selfish custom? , Dorothy's father, believe I was capable For why should one constantly parade t earning a living and providing for POWER NOTHING IS QUITE SO CONVEN IENT as to touch the button and your stove is ready to cook your iron ready to use, your toasted ready for the hurried breakfast, your vacu um cleaner ready for the fray, your washer ready to cleanse, fan ready to cool the heat ed rooms. Electricity will do every thing for you. We furnish it at reasonable rates, day and night' Estimates and full Infor mation cheeerfully given. SANTA FE WATER & LIGHT CO. are will .1 4 I l ome unto me, all ye that 'weary and heavy laden, and I .give yon rest." Sunday school. !); 45. Fred Alcliride, superintendent. Morning worship 11 o'clock. Ser monette to children and sermon lo adults. Theme: "Making Me.oly in Your Hearts." Junior Kndeavor, 3 p. m. Adult Endeavor 0:30. Subject "The ideal Christian, his reward." Leader Mrs. Frank McBride. Evening worship 7:30. Theme: "What is meant by the term, Christ "Take my yoke upon you and learn ior .vie and ye snail nnd rest unto your I souls." I St. John's Methodist Episcopal. The Home-Like Church on Don j Caspar avenue. James M. Shimer, i pastor. J At home daily from 1 to 2 p. m. ex icept Sunday nnd Monday. Parsonage 135 McKenzie street. Phone ill V. 9:45 a. m. Sunday session for study of "The Fall of Jericho." 11 a. m. Morning worship with ser mon. Subject: "Strength for Today." 3 p. m. Junior League. 6:30 p. m. Epworth League devo tional meeting. Topic: Has God a place for ray life? Edna Lutz, leader. 7:30 p. m. Evening worship with sermon: "The man in his house." I Tuesday, Dec 9, 2:30 p. m. The! Woman a Home Missionary Society will meet at the home of Mrs. J. J. Davis. Wednesday evening the mid-week prayer service at 7:30 followed by the Sunday school board meeting. Good-Fellowship ciub rooms open each evening from 7:30 to 9:30. "We shall pass through this world j but once, any good therefore that we can do, or any kindness that we can show, to any fellow being, let us do it how. Let us not defer nor neglect it, for we shall not pass this way again." his mourning before other people and make them canny and sorrowful? It seems to me that this old world has sorrow enough without my forcing my sorrow upon all who are around me. it seems to me that the Chinese are more true to the teachings of the Christian faith in this regard than are the Christians themselves, when in stead of wearing black, they wear white as a token of their sorrow. Christ came in order that "He might bring life and immortality to light in His gospel." He. said "I'm the resur rection and the life." He says "Thy a,ll liim ocjin " Whir thtttl should we live for six months or a 5) year as though we did not believe j & these statements of the King, eternal, f immortal and invisible? I wish that I we might become a progressive peo- j J) pie in regard to funeral ceremonies as j (i) well as in material things of life. I I J wish that it might soon become a uni-! versal practice to depart from these I s customs of the days of darkness. 1 1 wish that the desires of Dr. Leonard might be heeded by all our citizenship j in the future. Very sincerely yours, j S B. Z. McCOLLOrGll Dorothy," Dessore said. CHICHESTER S PILLS W TUB IMAMUND BRAND. X Ladles! Ask year UrofjclMt for a t't.l.chetvtera Ulasont lirtiidAN I'lllt In Red nl Void metal licV boxes, sealed with Blue Ribbon. V Take no other. Buy of roar l)ninlt, AikfcrCin-CIIXe.TERS 1HAMONI URANU PII.I.H. for fla years known as Best, Safest. Always Reliable SOLO BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE SBkSBk sT I Majestic Cafe FIRE IN SALOON EXTINGUISHED BY VOLUNTEERS THE SANITARY I SHORTOBDERBESTHURHNT RBOULAR MKALS. Open Day and Night. Best Equipped, Most Modern. Special Dinner Parties. I ROMULO LOPEZ, PROP. SANTA PE, - - NEW MEXICO. CORRICK LIVERY BARN NOBBIEST OUTFITS IN THE CITY Buggies and Saddlers a Specialty. Hacks and Baggage Transfer. Prompt Attention and the Best of Satisfaction Guaranteed. 104 DON (JASPER ST. Telephone 9 W j vuvruxnmuu vnsuvmruxru u in, vng 5 DAINTY COM t ! The Daintiest Compliment you can p and dear friend is to send a picture of yourself as a Xmas present. We are independent of daylight. Sittings at night. THE GRAY STUDIOS Santa Fe- -Albuquerque PHOITE 162 J. Prompt work of the Santa Fe Vol unteer Fire department prevented what might have a been big tire this morning in Gregg's saloon on the south side of the plaza, when a defec tive flue ignited the second story floor. At 7:20 a. m. Fred Gregg saw smoke pouring out of the "dumb waiter" which runs to the second floor and he turned in the alarm. Proprietor Gregg and Saleni Cole and others gave as sistance. Fire Chief Owen decided to I use buckets of water rather than turn I on the big hose for fear of doing dam-1 ctgtr 11 tt yuwcuui Sudani ei laiieu into nlav. The firemen lost no time in i 5 cutting away the woodwork around the g before they had eaten their way through the building. The fire caused considerable alarm at first for Gregg's saloon is situated in the middle of a block of valuable property. The damage is estimated at less than $200. NOVEMBER HAD BUT 5 CLOUDY DAYS In proportion to its weight, Califor nia redwood is the strongest conifer so u. tlCu a t u.e L. a. roresi products ;partly cloudy 14; cloudy 0; with muuiaiui). 1111s Birengm is due to its long wood fibers. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that con not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made i by his Ann. NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all Drug gists. Take Hall's Family Pills for const!- pati'5.. November witnessed six days with fog; there were ;J thunderstorms, but no other phenomena. The number of clear days was 11; l to tal percentage of sunshine of 61. I As regards temperature, the high jest was 63, on the -0th; the lowest, 1 26. on the 21st; the greatest daily range, 27 on the 8th; and the least daily range, 9 on the 24th. The njrmal temperature for the month was 3S.2 degrees. The absolute maximum for this month for 39 years was '7, in 187S; the minimum, 11 degrees helow sero, in 1SS0. The total precipitation was 1.75, and the greatest precipitation for 24 hours was 0.5S on November a. The prevailing direction of the wind was north; the tolal movement was 4558 miles; the average hourly veloc ity, 6.3; the maximum velocity was 32 miles an hour from the southeast on November 3. The Humidity. The mean relative humidity was 74 percent at 6 a. m.; 67 percent at 6 p. m., making an average of 70 percent GET THE HABIT! We have the Most Complete Line of Xmas Candies and Tree Decorations to be had in the City. Come early and get your pick at the most reasonable of prices. FRESH SHIPMENT OF Losse-Wiles-Vassar $ Nobility Chocolates, ALSO A New ASK FOR TICKETS-SHIP YOUR FREIGHT FROM SANTA FE To El Paso, Bisbee, Douglass and all points in New Mexico, Arizona, Mexico and to the Pacific Coast, via NEW MEXICO CENTRAL to Torrance thence. The !V ast Best Niiuwiii or ' West For Rate and Full Information, Address EUGENE FOX, G. F. & P. Aft, El Paso, Texas. 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