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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 11, 1911.
PROMINENT
SCHOOL
Relieved of a Severe Case of
Nervousness by Pe ru na.
Mis. 11 I"
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Aw. S.i
AM "iili
Tl- x.l III'
Imp Ii ' ti
lit nut f ii-n t
US M Pool
Ii- ii i- I) r .
w rite
'It uiv.s
Mil pie. IS-Mil-
t'l tiK
lll III till'
IIH I II- II I'
I'ri nun.
' I n if. -r
. il I r ii in
general ilc.
lillli). iir
iiiim i-ri.4--HiiUi.n
ami
it x r r
couth. IV-
l-iliu i in . ,1
Mn. R. C. Moore,
stomach mill I, Ivor
.Mrs. M I". Cum, I'.
Trouble.
"i It. ix ''. 1 "..
t'ct' TMlilH J. Ill , w l ili-i-;
"I hm'. r-rv!:!:.I .,
tcrnal catarrh since my w 1 1 Hi I
iml
wn sick in In 'I three month. I
hud pain nil llii-ouuli mi. When
was tilil tn -iici iii I was mi weak and )
Il I II that I could hardly unlit. What
I Hte disagreed Willi tile. I llnil stum- j
ni'li mill Uxor nimble, and mv I . -. i und 1
limbs wire nwnoleti hi I could scar '
l (IniK around.
"I look 1'i riiii.i mill II 1 1,11 dun,-I
wonder., fur ill'-. Mv i lire vim a sur-
prise to my friends, lor tln-y never j
expected o see nil- well again. I just ;
Imik lu iMililm uf I'criinu ii I ti-r ilni -torlng
for tlx . mmuliM uml grnwlnir!
wore nil the f iitif." !
UN looked very "fit" ill III.- station
uf Domingo, ii mild away, and tin
only car that showed m ii..mH if a
wreck thi heavy slee exprc
car which ! Mtlll off it l..il iiir.
Im-iiimm Wris. k.
Superintendent Kuril, m comiiaiii.-d
liy Mm. Kuril and Mr. Knrn s sec
ritary, Mr. Benson, hud hurried to
thi nne In a prlval,. car. Mr. Kuril
directed t hi- workmen who rapidly
utralKhtencd out tin- trai k, und ly aid
of an Immense derrick, lifted the on
Mines and tender aivav frmn tin
Hack Which they blocked.
Mr. Knrn Bald uf the m u
"It was cauiM-d l.y ii work enaiin
which )( used to h.inl tics for the
KhiiIii Barbara TI- nml I'olc --ifi i i n y
und which cullliled viih Nh. : uH 1 1 i
ttuln was going Hume sixtv inili-N nr.
hour. Why this eiiulne mm mi the
track Ik a utlcry wiiicl ly iln
dead engineer inn explain. Perhaps
Iii thought he nuiiil re.ii It' the Do
lillllHo switch before ,n. 3 came along.
"A striking feature id Iln- accident
win the i-i.lcii.il, I maimer in which the
rnllmaim kit the tiacln and .hii.-iI-ally
the kni-xn uml mini on In
xvhlrh ti"t a kIhu-Ic mall c.-iK in.
Jitr-d or even wr itched. Tin. t i, t
that there wan im ti-li-sci.iniK of thl
or any of the i.th.r mm n N.i S
xpeiikK well fur the nlc. ciiiiimmit."
When Ci-iikIi funic.
A limn whn nM on the train when
. 7,-: -.
' - -
Twelfth Big Season
or inr iti soitr iu:riiri i.
Coronado Tent City
The "iiKiu.il 'il . i Canvas and l',ilm
Cool iiceim Hi-.-iis No la in , , ,,
A mile nt iu tin, ialni iii;ii..-h ami pilm t, nt.s Mt-uited on
u bciitiliil p. i, iii-.nl:, -hi..,- blocks in width. separatliiK bv and ocean.
ioimi i's mixi m.T ni:i s.
M l it IM I I XII IM r N'T.
t osi w r w iniu. or t. n rv.
'"I'. I.nn.li Win, m, I '. h, ,: t , .s , n. Si ,,, , . , :, ,, Cii v I'rh es I'rev alllnu
ii-is l,,r ih,,-, vx li.j v.i-h tn do then- own ,,,i,liim-
OIIIMIM lis I Willis llMi WUH Ml II i sol.oiTS.
tii.titni ii i : v ii io
1 "e Il.l l ! tit I I (ll im..i,-, booklet,
.l.nslH' S. IMMMtlMl, Manager ( ..ronado Tent t'l.v
oroiindo llench. t al.
' '" ' ... ii ... . i - i i H I. .,
anft of
t.stabluhta 1390
CAHT.VIi AMI Sl ltPl.l S. H.'Otl.OOO.OO
Omc.-rn nml IHiators;
KOLOMOM H-NA. W. S. STltlCKLFU K. M. MKltUITT
ITesldcid V.-l'tcs. and Cashier A.si' Cashlxr
j. c it Ai.Dit 1 1 x k ii. m, muiciinwTv vitivu- in-.,?....;
II W Vl'l I V
t
WAIT FOR THE
BIG REMOVAL SALE
STARTS MONDAY
JUNE 19
:
E. MAHARAM
S16 West Central
the a. , nh nt h .n in . I hut who a?k
i. th t Ins inline l.c williheld, K Ue i
vhi-l i!.--". rii'lloi nt Imw It fell ..
tun ii.i.i an t-nuini- i. f.minu vittir a '
In ii t.ii . i i:..iiii: a nii(' a minute
Uf mii.I.
' 'i I. II I -niiv at 'i mi a. m. aid
..-. ,n,- n A llniiiii rtie at I I u 5
wltlniiit a --t-.i. We -t.ii.i-.. however,
at i'eiiill..s h r walir 'Hid then ilanh
f.l alnt.k A I' inlmites alter In wi
la.-c 1 li.'iiiniu.i and all Imiked pi.
iitl..iis ;nr a smci-ixfiil tri for th."
Wc:.tllir WHh tllie all.t the ciild N'ett
.Mexico air u hrai-.-r.
"Smt-i" n I tln-re xvaM an awful
cra-h ami I'M an in.'tiiiil I thnuuhl :
Imlt of ikIiIiimi. iniiiliiu from u Oleal
kx. Ii-ol tnnli our train. I'.ide In
their Mats w.i'i- hurled out of them
und a iam ol . it lns, nml the kind
ti-.-n .im-.m: t'n. June weddini-. pres.
nl i. made on-- icnlizc that he was
Ktlll iu tlii- fhsli l-'or a moment no
on-- .mil, I f.e:ik. si. ure.it wuh th"
ho. k. 'I In n it dawned oil me thai
w e u i i in a l ei K ."
Iiseiiet r Were l'.lile.
An eioi!i.ve ol the railroad who es.
inped inline .i-i l.i I' ll that the pres.
Mice ol mind .ml com pumice of tin
I listen:-is vvaj. ndiniralile. The wine
en : . i it 1 1 iilarly held ui htaxely de-spit--
tin i;asln k on i:,eir nriiiK ami
fa.-es troin tin- ( lit Klasn and the t- i
lilit 1 1 - ii U to tlnir scsti-inp from th.
.In It.
As ."..en as it was known that lie-
1 1 1-, 1 1 1 1 - t- ul iln ,'iihainlni; engine
which hoi i niM-d the miHchief hud
li.-i ii most m rioiisly injured he re.
ectved all tin- attciitmu posslhle.
f'atinan who was a personal friend of
the ihliu' iii.iii, spoke in him and ask
ed him If In- knew- him. "Yes, I In,"
In- replied lainlly. The engine' r
..,:;...! ,..;.i in ii iniui ieK ii'i l
ill spite the
at 1 p III.
at la.U a.
medical attention h (lie I
Ills w att'h had Ktojipc 1
m. w hioh w as tin- Iln: -
of the accident. 'Many of the pa.ssei.-t!f-r
were limn the (fist and irilddh'
west on thcii- way to California wlill-'
otlii-rs on tile train were residents: oJ
i 'aliliit nia relurnlK liotm-.
The nanu s of nil the uiilnjiir "I
liiiBMeiiucr were not know n hut union;;
them wa-: I . ('anliild of I .on Aliljeles,
whose name on a trnnlt told of hi
ni s. nee on the (rain.
Moving llouuaae.
At 4: llu p. in. the nli4lit of ih7.en ol
men cnrrvlnn the heavy trunk.H ef me
I aHseniieiH on lies. vvfiN i n tcri-sitl n
Trunks wire carried from the track to
a wife place and Inter lii-nLal mi a
train for Allimiiieriiie. It ' il.l li nt
none of the trunks; were d tinnce-l or
even htukeii mien by th ' iv-'i li.
Indian Tlit'iv.
Inti reyted spectators it t'i w r- i i.
were IndiaiiH from S int i, (niiniu; i,
A 1 1 1 ( i n them xveic mat'v s i'ium ill
Iheir nsiiiilly I r 1 1 1 1 a n t roh.'-i in-1 'viai'
ililf their loiiK while hoots. Aroiind
their necks were Home .'In -iciiiU and
tu-iunlsr which looked I l.r.linn in llu
hrluht hiiii.
The IndiaiiH lookcl wi-,i u v a: the
"ureal Iron horses" Ivitiy it ih 'ir lei I
and one ol Indian ehlt-r smiled cyni
cally us In- khz.., it t In lnnr hled nin-ehlni-
which had luoiiirht eivillxntton
to the Ki'Ulhwilt mill hlolo'll mi the
n d man s happv liunlln i-ronn Is of
II tree III,.,
TO WHOM t i:kki.
'im- W, II. Hlanton, cliiimlny to rep
tcsi nt the New" .Mexico State lienio
i rut, has no authority whatever to do
hiislness lor the paper. If Mr. lllan
ton, w ho, w hen last heard wan In
KhiKstaff still clalniH In represent the
paper allll Is (iillectlllK oil SllllKirlp-
tloti or aih ertisinu he is recelvInK
1 1 1 1 -1 x under tiiNe pretenses.
J. 1. AllulKht.
Try a Journal Vanf Ad. Results
(Commerce
Atbuaueraue. V. A
V HTACKWFtT. WM MelVTOMH
L
SCHOOL
TO FILL PULPITS
Delegates Enroute to Great San
Francisco Convention Will
Explain Work to Albuquerque
Coneresations This Morning.
"wiiii; to the late arrival of train
'o. 1 la-t nlirht the arranui -mentn for
the (ondiict of tin- r.ernalillo Sunday
Si hool assoclatinii s annual eonventiuii
w r,- somewhat l.inkeii into. It was
expected that the vl-iti'is who are on
their way to attend the International
( .mv ciition of Sunday School Workers
,it S.m Francisco l.ejinnin June 13.
would, by (otnliiK on train I. arrive in
plenty of time to take part in the first
im- tliiK of the In. nl convention. The
Ham was, however, late and the vis
itors did not arrive until alter
o'cloi k. When they did arrive, how
ever, th.- lurue audience of Sunday
school worker 4 of tin- county which
had icseinlil (1 In the la id Avenue
Methodist church, arose and kuvp the
(hatauiim Milute. With the arrival
of tin- visitors nome of them took part
in what remained of the protfrum.
Tin- una tlnif opened in the ap
point d time w ith n Kood sii d audl
i in e i i csent. Tlie two main npeeches
ol tin .eiiinu were delivered by H.
S. l.it iKow, who Sioke on "Obstacles,
iu Siindnv School Mntianenient," and
K. H. t'rlsty. who spoke on "i mr lie
sponsibllitles." I'oth speei hen were
un-atly enjoyed. Miss Charlotte J'ratt,
rendered "I'm a I'lUrlm I'm a Stran
ger," in clci--ant voice, the beautiful
solo bcinir Ki-catly aiipreclated.
Soon after this the (tuests ennie
irooplm; in. belni; urected with t'ha
1 1 1 i i ( 1 1 1 - salute. A few speeehen were
made in welcome and a few responses
Klven before It became tlmp for the
ine tln' to adjourn.
Tliis niornlm; the vnrloun pulpits of
the city will tie filled by the visltinK
in blisters, the following la-inn the of
ficial assignments:
First Methodi-t. Lead avenue, W. (
rearer, ClilenRii.
SI John's lddscoiuil, N. S. Scott.
Winona Uike, Ind.
First Presbyterian, T!ev. Dr. 1. .
(lowen, Weehaxvken. N. J.
First Maptlst. A. II. Mills, Decatur,
III.
First Christian, Miss l.ily Fa iris,
Cincinnati, t).
mainland Methodist Church South,
Iter, Dr. S. A. Wilson of ChicaKo.
Lulherati, Itov. It. V. Neblett.
Houston, Minn.
CmiKreKntloiial, I'rof, W. K.
of
M.
Hacklcmnn, of Indianapolis, Ind.
Coiu:rei!atiiinal. I, oh ftani hos de
Attisco, Key. H. s. llariis, Mount
Morris, N. V,
licfore the meetiim adjnurned tne
I'ollowinit eoniniittn a were 'iiipiiiiited.
itK stti:mkt.
lleport of the condition of the First
Nntlonnl Itnnk nt Albuiiicniu- in the
state of New Mexico, at the doso of
butane. s, June 7. 1911:
KcMiiirivn.
Loans and discount . . . $ I S x"l 0 7 0 T 5
M I drafts, k ( ured and
unsecured 11,n!ifl.'.i4
I'. S bonds In secure
ilrciilatlon 200, 000. 00
V. S. bonds to secure I".
S. deposits t2a,QQ0.(in
rremlums on 1'. H. bonds 7,.i00.00
llonds, Herurllles, etc.... .1(1,561.6:1
I'ankliiR house, furniture
and fixtures 42.45S.90
Due from national banks
tnot reserve ageiitn) . . 24!t,S23.!to
I Hi,, from state and priv
ate banks and bankers,
trust coinpiinies and
na vines banks 4 1 IKS
Due from approved re
serve aneiits :iS'.,,7i3.S4
Checks and otlu-i cash
Items 7.37S.H
Lxchanges tor clearlim
house 14.2Kl.4li
Notes of other national
banks I3,34Ti.Ofi
Fractional paper i'iir-
reiicx, nickels and
cents 1.712. II!
Uiwl'ul nioney reserve in bank. viz.
Specie $l.ri.9U
lemnl tender
notes S'l.tMH 1 SO.'Cil.nn
Keili -minion rund xvith I'.
S. treasurer ( " per cent
ol i In -illation i 10, oun.no
Total $3.212. 115. Nti
I labilities
Capital stock paid ln.... 200,000.00
Surplus land fifl.OOO.liti
I'ndlvldcd profits, less -x-
petiHes and taxes iiaid. 1,6110.07
National bank notes' oilt-
stnndini; 200,000.00
Due to other national
banks 10B.757.4 1
JiDne to stale and private
uaiiKcrs ..ih,viv.4.i
Individual deposits sub
Ject to chiMk H30.S40.06
Time certificate of de-
poi-lt 1,32.S03.S1
Certified (beck 33S.Si
Cashier's check out-
standlni; 3J.73fi.27.
I'lute,! States deposltH... 2K.M6.K4
Depositi of 1'. S. (lis-
liurslnn oftlecrs no, 678 .20
Liabilities other tiian
those above stated.... 44 4
Total $3.212,115.SS
Territory of New ND xico, county ol
lb rnalillo, s. :
I. Frank McKce, cashier of tin
above mimed bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement Is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief.
Fit AX K MKF.F..
Cn sbh r.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this nth day of June. 1811.
11. L. SXYDF.lt.
Notary Public.
Correct Attest:
M, W. Kl.ol'HNO Y.
H, F. ItAYXOI.DS,
.1. S, ItAYXOI.DS.
Director.
NAT N
SUNDAY
WORKERS
atti
.n at th,
.. i.'i lock sessl-.n,
Xoini nation .1 C. Itoss, Mrs. Dr.
Canriht, Lev V. C. H'erbaltzi r.
Uname J. II. Mns-r. Hex-. S. K.
Allison, Miss M.i l. el Smith.
Auditing ( .mt:iitte Flel M t.a- r.
Itev. Mr. i:OS; . and H. 1". Mohn.
The follow inn is the ot ti' ial list of
the visitor: Lev. and Ml. W. l.
r-arce. Chicago. Dr. and Mrs. I. W.
Howen. WeehaHkeii, N. J.: Mrs. S. L
Wright. Cliiciv-... Lev. N". S. Scott. Wi
nona Lake, Ind.. -Miss Sue Ituet T.
Nashville, Tenn.. Dr. and Mrs. S. A.
Wilson. Chiea-o: MitS Moilie Hughes.
CbiCBBo; lu-v. II. S. Harris, Mount
Morris,, X, Y. ; Lev I;. P. Neblett,
Houston, Minn : Mrs. L. IS. KniKhts.
ChicaKo; Miss ilary Moore, t'atletts
burif, Ky.: Miss Lily Karris, Cincin
nati. O.; pror. W. K. M. Hackleman,
Indianapolf, 1ml : Mr. 17: W. Otey,
Little Itock. .Uk I A. It. Mills. Miss
Helen Mills, Decatur, III.; Miss Mabel
Winn, liutland. Mi-s Ida Stroinr,
(loddard, Ky.
T1k following Is tin- official pro
Kram for the day:
Siuulii). -liine II, 3 p. in.
Song nervlce, led by Prof. W. E. M.
I lackleinan.
Invocation. Lev. s. K. Alllon.
F:iementary Helps. Miss Lily Farls.
Cincinnati. ( ihio.
Solo, Jllss l'uuline Cartwrinht.
Hound Table.
Suprlntendnits, led by W. C.
Pearce, Chicago.
Adult Hlbl Class. I. W. (till. Wichi
ta, Kan.
Music, Prof. W. M. Har'i'einui,,
Indianapolis.
Home Department, Mrs.
Pe.'irce, ChicaKo.
Spanish People. Rev. II. S.
Mt. Morris, N. Y. This will
w. c.
Harris,
be con-
ducted In Spanish.
Sunday, .Iiine II, ":S0 p. in.
Orchestra.
Honu Service, held by Trof. W,
E.
M. Hackleman.
Invocation, I!ev. Hugh Cooper .
Sundny School Work In South Am
erica, llfv. H. S. Ilarris.
Sold, Mrs, S. I!. Miller.
Work With Adult Classes, W. C.
I'earce.
Special Mu.-fic, rresbyterian choir.
I'ne o( the Hlbla In Snnduy School
Work, O. L. Itinkerd, New York City.
Solo, Miss Margaret Franklin.
Heportu of committees.
Kleetlon of officers.
LADIES CAN SEE SPARRING
BOUTS AS PHYSICAL
CULTURE LESSONS
There are mnny smokers and staa
parties given in Albuquerque, which
ulso happena In all cities, ladlos are
not particularly barred from some of
tllein but they fed a delicacy In Bt-
( nding. J. Sam Houston has ar
ranged ivith the tvvn cleverest boxerf
in the west to put on a four round
I t each night this coming we-k.
The pugilists are Kid Klioiulcsj Jvho
bested Albumicruue's pride named
Lefty some few days ago. He Is the
swiftest in tliexvest. The other man
is Cherokee Kid tlie Indian fighter.
He Ik a boxer of good reputation, and
you can expect a (lever exhibition.
These geiillinun will box at the last
performance or the second show only.
No extra charge will be made for the
xtra happening. You see what you
might say. three shows, In one for one
ten cent ticket. Go with the crowds.
It will he a big week for the Alrdome
index lib-, musical comedy and the
Zoo.
WHOLESALE GROCERS'
ASSOCIATION MEETS AT
ALVARAD0 YESTERDAY
The animal meeting of the New
Mexico Wholesale Grocers' associa
tion was in sesalon in the Alvarado
hotel yesterday, xvith representatives
of the largest whulcnale establish
ments, in New Mexico present, includ
ing:
". F. Kemsberg, of the Uemaberg
Mercantile company, Knton; H. x .
Kelley, of the GroaH-Kelley & Com
pany, mi cgan; M. xx. tifowne, ot
which will report t
Made New Man
of Drink Victim
"Life to Me Has Taken On
New Brightness"
Happy Tribute ot Appreciation I'rom
One Who Took XchI Treat
ment lit N'eal Institute,
"You ceitalntly have made a new
man of him, I never saw a more
wonderful ( hange In an udult. He
is no more like the man we brought
to you than a pumpkin is like a wa
termelon. Lelleve- me. I ahull take
the greatest pleasure In sending to
your Institute every derelict 1 can
Influence."
It Is letters like this which are the
sunbeams or appreciation that bright
en every mail received at the Neal
Institute. Tho man to xv horn ref
erence is made In the message cited
wus a victim of the drink habit who
was pretty far gono. He was one ol
the happy Neal Institute graduates of
the "Class -f 1910," and singularly
enough the letter sent by tlie friend
who made it possible for him to be
saved from drink was followed by n
tribute from the mnn himself. It xvai
a splendid letter, written in a vein ot
idncere thankfulness.
"It is now over three months since
I have taken a drink," he wrote, "and
I ran honestly nay that 1 have no
more thought or desire for liquor. !
often think of the boys and wonder
how they are pro-greasing. Had xve
a little book printed giving all cxpe
rloneos 1 am sure It would lie funnx
us well us pathetic. Life has taken
on u newer and brighter aspect for
me, and I am doing well In my voca
tion. Trusting that all ran see It as
I. and make use of the now leaso of
life and prosperity that the Neal cub:
I'.rowne. Man:-.ana:-es. i oioi: my. Las
Vcnas; C. X. Colt. hi, ol C. N. I'ull-,n
Mereantile iinpany, C.allup: H. 1'..
CartwriKbt. nl IL I'. Cartwriht A.
Company. Santa Fe; C. L. Pollnrd of
C 1- I'ol'arii ,v- Cotupe.t, . Kspanola:
Frank I'. Jones, Joins, Diwnes it
Coniiiuiiy. Silver City. This constitutes
the list of out of town members pres
ent nt tlie neotin. The local metn
beis in iittendanc,. were George Arnot
of Oross. Kelley & Compiiny; David
Weiller of Charles llft-ld company,
and U. K. Putney of I. It. Putney &
Company.
DEATHS AND FUNERALS.
t un 'i'a I of Mrs I'oxvcrs.
The funeral of Mrs. Anne. Pov.ars
wife of W. A. Powers, will i -eu.- from
the undertaking parlors of Cmlli-tt &
Wattcrs at 1 1 o'clock this mnrnini;.
interment iil'tcrward takiiij pi i-.- In
Santa I'-arhara. cemetery. The fol
low lug have consented to act as )-i!l
bearers: X. Smith, o. .Monro. Win.
McDonald. D. F. McDonald, Melitnn
(item and Leo Murphy.
I'lim ral of l-'-tigiiK-cr tirccn.
The funeral of A. W. Green, the en-j
glneer who was killed in the wreck at
Domingo, will be held In Ijis Vegas
today, under the auppices of thf. Bro
therhood of Locomotive Firemen and
Engine-men. The body was accomp
anied from Albuquerque by an escort
of the loi al lodge, und by Mrs. A. W.
Green and II. Phillips, a brother-in-
law, xvho arrived from Las Vegas lat
Friday night.
I iineral of fireman I 'lowers.
The funeral of Kay G. Flowers xvill
be held this afternoon from the Strong
Bros.' undertaking parlors under the
auspice: of the Brotherhood of Fire
men and Engineiiien at 2 o'clock. The
interment will afterward occur in J
Fall-view cemetery. I
Army Paymaster Die Suddenly.
San Antonio, Tex., June 10.- Cap
tain Harold Hammond, of the pay
masters' staff of the department of
Texas, died suddenly today of pto
maine poisoning while on tho stage
coach on his -way Irnm l.rai kotville
to Fayette, Ark., where he was to
pay the troops.
Captain Hammond was a native of
Illinois and was thirty-seven years old.
CANCER
IN WOMAN'S
BREAST
ALWAYS BEGINS A SWAU IUMP LIKE THIS !! liwayi
POISONS DEEP IN THE ARMPII AND KILLS 0UICKLY.
I WILL GiVE $1000 IF I FAIL TO CURE
and I will forfeit HOOO il I do t ecel
ny other Doctor bviuc " curing wimo.
Kg n!l or Piiit. its Pn until
cuiii,noI-uayoriiltiiiirili
I PiinliK Piatiti cunt in 10
dill. MMttomltituliliicoil'
on MrtX 830U cum oown Ii.
ANY TUMOR. Lii? M iOM 0
(III LIP, FACE ai iOCr 8 monthi
it CANCER. II Mil Bi"ti
ULE SktAiL. 17 f 01 tDHS.
HAlITEX UUAiUNTLE. Holt
0ia (hill nli, If poor.
IZi'-PAGE BOOK Sf NT FREE.
Tort'iricriioio of thousand
cuiodatliome. Wrltt tothen. T.mrr.
ANYLUMP IN WOMAN'SBREAST I3CANCER
Address DR. & MBS. DR. CKiSILET & CO. For tho Bock.
"Strlctl Roliablo, BestCaneer Spoclolifto Llvini "
1 T17 South Main St., Loo Anaoies, Cnl.
KINDLY WAIL THIS TO SQMESME WITH CANCER
"CHRISTIAN
A ROMAN TRAGEDY
Given by
PUPILS OF THE ST.
VINCENT'S ACADEMY
ELKS' OPERA HOUSE
Wednesday Afternoon,
JUNE 14th, at 3 P. M.
Cast of 75 Characters
. Tickets 50c
On Sale at Matson's
and does furnish them
always gratefully yours.
Although the rule of
is one that marks the
Neal Institutes all over
believe me
no publicity
conduct of
the country,
this man redeemed Is so happy that
he added: "You can use my name
any time you please and wherever
you please if It xvill help save some
poor fellow who Is as firmly in the
grip of drink as I xvas to taka the
Neal Treatment and become a master
of self instead of a slave to appe
tite." This case Is not exceptional. There
have been scores just like it at the
N'eal Institute on North Second street,
and this institution has been the
scene of many redemptions quite as
wonderful.
The Xeal Treatment requires but
three days' stay nt the Institute and
at the end of this brief period one
can return to home and office fully
restored, with all the old nppetlte for
liquor destroyed, nerves In good trim,
appetite excellent, eyes bright and
brain active.
The Neal Treatment Is ethical a
harmless xegetalde remedy taken In
ternally xvith positively no hypoder
mic Injections. Those xvho have in
vestigated the results of the Treat
ment are most enthusiastic in endors
ing the work w hich has restored hap
piness to many homes, saved business
men from threatened ruin, and en
abled excessive drinker.! to get hack
Into the confidence of employers xvho
began to look upon them us sure
passengers on the Down and Out
Special.
Kor further Information and free
booklet, xxrlte or phone the Neal In
stitute, 512 North Second street, Al
buquerque, New Mexico.
V X ,, A IM ,'1-W I T
J. , f(-n:-S - - ": A
Celebrated Chinese Doctor Of-'
ters Treatment of Native
Herbs Absolutely Free.
To one man or woman in each lo
(.ullty will be liven, free, a proof
treatment of Dr. Lee K. China won
derful Chinese Roots, ' Harks and
Herbs. This proof treatment, which
Is offered without one cent of cost,
has been used in China for over lour
thousand years and has cured more
men and women than any known
treatment now in existence. To prove
what this wonderful treatment will
do, Dr. Chin is offering a free treat
ment so that the skeptical may sec
and the doubters be convinced.
A cured patient is a doctor'F best
advertisement.
No matter how many other treat
ments you have tried; no matter how
many other doctors have failed. Dr.
Chin stands ready to prove to you at
his own expense that his remedies
w ill do the work. Hit down NOW nd
write Dr. Lee K. Chin, 325 Hall Safe
Untitling. Han Francisco, telling him
in your own words just how you fee!
and from what you suffer most. He
wiill tlu-n send you a treatment pre
pared to meet the requirements of
your case, and which xvill convince
you that you are not In the incurable
state, but can and will be cured. This
treatment will be sent to you In a
plain wrapper with the postage paid.
Don't put this matter off until to
morrow just because there isn't pnper
or pencil handy. Look one up now
und write immediately. This is YOl'lt
opportunity to get vv.dl. Don't waste It.
THE WM. FARR COMPANY
Wholesale and retail dealers In Fresh
and Salt Meats, Sf-usnges a Specialty.
For cattle and hogs the biggest mar
ket prices are paid.
TILL THE LOAF GETS
ON YOUR TABLE
every step In the production of our
bread Is a matter of care and clean
liness. The finest wheat Is scientific
ally milled Into flour xvithcmt beli.g
touched by human hands. Here It t
kneaded and handled in the most
cleanly manner wo can devise. Our
bread is as clean as it is toothsome
and wholesome. Try It. i
PIONEER BAKERY
207 South First Street
ALBtQCEKQrE BOTTLING
CO.,
All kinds of SoiIh, Coyote
Mineral Water. Special High
Ball ClnRir Ale,
riiono 813. 803 X. 1st.
LOMMOM BROS., TltOl'S.
Mogollon
Stage and Auto Line
DAILY KXCKI'T SI NDAY.
Leave Silver City, 7 a. m.
Arrlx'e Mogollon, 4 p. m.
Leave Mogollon, 7 a. in.
Arrive Silver City, 4 p. in.
Rpeclul cars on request.
Call or address C. W. Marriott, Prop.
Silver City, X. M.
mmm
Montezuma Trust Company
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO
Capital and Surplus, $100,000
INTEREST ALLOWED ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS
FOR HEALTH SEEKERS AND REST SEEKERS.
Mountain health resort, 75 miles north of Albuquerque, on main
line of Santa. Fe, 1 Vi miles from depot. Tent bungalows in pine for
est xvith every accommodation furnished for housekeeping, rendy for
occupancy. Write for particulars. Williamson ltanch, Glorleta, N. M.
CONSOLIDATED LIQUOR COMPANY
COR FIRST AND COPPER
EVERYTHING IN OUR LINE WRITE FOR
ILL USTRA TED CA TALOG
PHONE 138
P. O. BOX 318
I There are 113 Acci-1
dents to Every Fire !
,i C.-in-x l ire li,i-,,ra-
Vmi can die
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V.
cari y Life lrisaraiiie
Why not In-
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Then hi-;i .c-cidepts ,,; c ,. Si)
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funic will Cimii- In
same.
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Company
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4-K Luna-Strickler 1:,!
Aliiuoucnnie, N. m
llinWJRffiiWrancHFEiJiil
tisi.'jj t,.i 11 PILLS.!
A K Cii.t-iji Biuw forS;-Miw-'W)u,i,,Ti.tTm,
MVt MO 1 r All. s.i-i s. ;, s.,u:
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beu rp lv4. Stmn,- I'w. Ir vcdf urLej;,v
bv ibcni ieu.1 .vourtnlvri to IX
MCDICKl CO., act 7. L.-c.i.-t, ,
Sold in Albuauerjvt bu tne I. H Q'RtAhti
t'N di:kvooi) TVPEW UllKR
COMPANY.
321 Went Gold. Phone 114
Typewriters for rent,
gibbons ami repairs for all
makes.
i in-:
SIMPLE OIL ENGINE
J
.See one operate at 307 Gold avenue.
For particulars and prices address:
tuk siMri.i: on. i:n(.im: co., of
N'lAV MKXICO.
Rooms 3a-;!6 ItMinett, Block.
Albuquerque.
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I tLKS OPERA HOUSE 1
ONE NIGHT ONLY 1
15th I
une
I A Musical Festival j
Albuquerque
welcomes back
Henry Ohlmeyer and j
nis bplenuid band j
Direct From Willow Grove
Park, Philadelphia, Pa, the
greatest amusement park j
in the United States.
:
NOTE THE SOLOISTS
The Best Ever
Miss Blanche Lyons, Soprano.
Herr Franz Hello, Greatest
flucgol horn Soloist in tDe
world.
John Hughes, Cornet Virtuoso.
Otto H. Jacobs, Knplionium
Soloist.
James C. Sceboid, Piccolo Soio
1st. Henry Mayer, Jr., Xylophone
Soloist. .
The best band to visit
Albuquerque in many sea
sons. i
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t'.sos Distillate or Kerosene.
Xo Carburetor, no spark plu;;'.
No batteries, no trouble.
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