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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, MONDAY, JUNE 12.1911.
ppm n vinn n m r iu ui WATCH AGAINST ! ANARCHISTS Reds Will Be GKen No Oppor tunity lo Attack Kins G"one During Coronation Pioces-i stoii and Festivities, Hf Morfllllf J'tienal S,,il l.t:,i! '.Vlrrl London. .1 1. I I- -T , m i, 1 ' Inn, II,, up Hun v,. , . v. , iln.it Mil, ii- M'Ht HollM'tt lull fl.'ll, t:l- ' ,.11.11. .1 lull prrpimit.iiH. Thc n r llii' in1' i ii ' tioniil lir., "bow ai. , I Ut- A- ol 1. 1' -. The court his itrin.wil I" Win-!-"; Hliil tin, king iiliil ,Ur, li . if in hi,- i slat,. tlpn Ulan. " 111 s, nt I,, .III i.ii t'lr opining 'lav. Tuck, ley, .'in, I "ii Tl i;- ,.r, V hl'fl 1 III' lO'ld , U Will Im I li, feature. As, nt HI', k In III,' ,.. . li.-i', Hi I'lil- liint hull",- parties l' tii,- I, ml, i of s.'iiftv, viith r"Mlf' ir .-1 1 1 in . vi- dcllOC. Invitation ear. Is in,' mm It-inn Is sued fur the coronation o. ii'iimi.ien In Wctslmlnster Abbey I, In i f tnii iiiMi tloiinl ci'IiiiiImhIh will luii tin.-1 H"i'k, Scoilainl V ii ri l.t 1 t i s i Li s t f i . t pro ciutliiiifi t" hum r,l tt vatnst iin at tempts dy iiiiiinhints i,ii Hi,' i inMi"ii if tin1 ci,r',ii-ili,i!i j.i -snion. All those having uiii"l ill' Hi, riMiw on thi- III,' nf I In- fill" have l- II v tpicstcd tn sive the halm "t alii II-1 I ' H'U of nil foreigners t I. i n it seals or window h. The Human Catholic in i lil,iii,-p of Westminster bin r, ,iii'Hl, il Inn I . I to liold special inii'W'n nil rwi'iiiintl'in tiny li prayers r,,r Hii' kmc. to whom com i i'.m h. line W. H. HI, niton, claiming t' lri r f n t Hie New Mcxi, ii Stiilo liiino crt, hit no authority whatever to do llllHlllf'HH fill' till' paper. II Ml'. Illall- ton, wlni, win ii lust hi'iird inn In Flagstaff ullll claims to r-pri M'-ii t tin' pllpcr mill In collecting nil (ill,, r ) 1 -Hon or advertising ho in receiving iiiimry und, r lalne jn-t, ri'y. J. U. Albright. I'limnc Aliiilinu in ( lilnii. Aitiov, t'hlnil, Jnnt- 11. Tim pi ieiii' Ik Hlmtlim In thi tnli rlnr iIIkIM, is lo tln north mid whI. I, ut U In, i i .i.-iii'; In thit Imtni'iliiil,. vl, Inily of Anmy. II Ih rfporti'd that hint moiith thf popu lntlonB of Bcu ral Hufii'n mi Ainoy w lund and In tin- illFlilitH to llm kohiIi llVi lii'ill di'cllilali-,1, Hlnl'vM of i ll tll'i' fiimllli'H iriMliinu' niv ,oiiiiiioii. M Idill,' Aui'il niir. l .ldcll.v l'copli'. Va Knlcy KI'liU'V 1 1 1 1 1 h fur unick nd pirtiiHiinU ri'HiiltM In nil cnn ii nf kldin-y and liliuldcr triul,l,'.i. mid for Imltiftil iiml miiiojiiijf Irn trnlnrlil, . J. II. O'ltldly. t 'oiiHolldalcd Hank S( ill i iti i ii t . WiiHhltiKton. .lurm II. A comtoll dati'd Bliil, ini'iit of the tixuiiiccM ami llnldlltli'H id piitetlcTilly nil of tin Ktnte IuiiiUn. ax '.'.c!l a: nil the nation al lillllkH. will he 1 1 ; 1 1 1 ; 1 1 , 1 , williin a fe wweckii. State haiililnit depiirl Itii'titH Ki-niriillv i;ni' liMlc'l a call for I'oiidltlon at the ,1mm,- nf hudim "s on June 7. A.i national linnlin will re port lilm for that date, the haiiUInc condition of llm i mire ii.nnlrv "ill lip hholVII. Trv a Mornina Journal Want Ad ; There's an Easy Way out of Coffee Troubles Change to well-made POSTUM "There's a Reason." KairaMJtMNw;aeflxjt duU LH JU HI EL PORVENIR RESORT ft :-' ii, a, V'"" J. a ., ii j;i a-. iX i ri i" .. t ... a I '.., . . .1 i r ..- - -"" " ' I'.. ".i r,g..y i.i..i...t..li. . Iin.!..,,-: I" I ! I'm , nil . I ,,, ,M, , n,m limit li I , , ; , ... i.i.,,, , to I ;i I'm i inr. i" 1 "ii i I'j'O ,:, er and , ih, i- 1. 1 innl the Ih ., " i ', I,, i; i',,, w l,i In oii want a i . -.1 In, in II,,, ti,.,,. ,,,,. . , let mid i, i i. an ,,i,'' , ,,. , i , ,, " "v'x '" 11 r',1 va.-atinii, " ' " !' IVncdr- , ,,,, nilll welcome. Milne l-lllln III- Xl'Klin. . , I. O., I'niM'idr, . M. , u y , v,','l'1 h""'u.V ut H H. III., 7i anfi of Mmomnwa tozjui Albuquerque, yv. rl CAMTAL AM) HriU'l.l'S. I2no.oti0.00 OPlcrrn anil Jlrti torn; BOtOMON L1!N'A, W. P. HTItlCKI.KH n. M. WKURITT P'-Ml(lnt V.-lTfu. and rnnhlrr Ami' Chlr j. c. liAt.i.iiiLiuiii a. m. liuiiiiiuai: hiank a. uiiiiukix XI. W. KKIXT A. M. li LACK WELL VM. Wil.NTOSU JEALOUS 0 .rnflNUL SPAIN'S ACTIVITY "a i is Pies of esses to See German Influence Behind Sudden Movement of Al fonso's Troops In Africa, flit- Mnrillnic Jdiirliil iri';d l.i-uBrd WirO I'aii, J. in,- li. 'lln sionn rnif'i l, Su'llll-'ll Illllltall .'tli'ill ill Morocco -le.ws im ,i','ii i.f ;,l...i.iig. Tin' French 1-iihm in unanimous in t on. b inning tin ,i ' , ! 1 1 1 . 1 . . ,, Spain an. I Hi,' nationalist m-. Hun Is l','ii,liiiii; I, i ruse tin- "(!r imiii lnuy." 1.11 I'Hll I" ill , ,ill "S llllll Ct'l'llUIIIV is "I'likiim- tip tli' fin'' behind Spain Mi anwhllo d,'Si ,ti -In -n In, in Mrni'rf. liiv tin. I Spain I enving out her ,i or i am. Aliii.ir ii occupied mid T'in.ill sunn will I,,'. I , l.il.i i!,' .in 111,' I'l'. n, h Kiivi'iii iii, lit Iihm im ll"il ill,' S,iuii.Mi Ki'ViTn- j no in I', ili llii,' willi in vi i k I i Hit' nio jiHi'ii. ,,!,,ii,l, mid inndittoiiH nf il niiliui'v a, linn ,ii i:i Ar.ilxti ii tnl Al iiisir, mill I'lainv ih, 'ii will tli'ild,' li:it Kii'pH lo tiilv ill a, rordaiirr- with (In- r, . ' AI, az.il'. Ki'l.li-r. Molnrrn. Jim 11. -'I'll,' Spillilsll Il'"n' llaV" lll'!'i',l lor,- ami al iiiji,-, nutiuili' tin' low n, J 'l"''l,ian. Moron ,,, .Jniii' II. Til a,laiii" (iiinrd of ttn .Npaiilttli rolntnn aii'hi'.l lu'tv In, lav iiml liiarlu'd out ii i.i in jii rir nf, ninl on llin lii'lylit.s com. ' m iiiillim Hii- town. I'.iiliz, .Iniii' II. TroojiB mimlic'i'liiif ',,ll I. .11 I,. ,,. I. I',.,. I.'l Artiiul-t In miard Hi,' communion lictivccn Kl A ra is!i ami A I, a.nr Kdili'. Madrid. .Inn,. 1 I. Tim lilnro 1'nl ,io uiva llii'iv Ih no ivikoii for a h li" int conflict with franco conccrn-Ini.- i:i Ar.bli. Tim rlnhts of lioth 1,1,'M. the ci,cr iiddH. urc clearly do. I Hi", I l,j Hi, a, t of AlK"cniH and thf tic ill, n In no'i'ii tlvc countries. It if a judi, inl proPP'tii that call In' Bolvcd l,y illi,,nalic lii'iiliH, ST RAN G ft RAGEDTaT PICNIC IN COLORADO rustle llmk, Coin., .liiim 11. Mr. mid Mi. S. I KINlon me deinl mm the r, "olt of the loniier rnnninu amuck today at a pieiile at ItoxhoroiiKti park, end XV, M. Iianlel-i In In Jail, pi'iidinn an iiiM -f-lUaUoli. iIiiiikmI Willi kll'lim I'dl'doll. Mrx. Kll-ton and seven children li.lncil the picnic party today mid later I ' I Kt i in iirrhed at the ui'oimils carry ing n nhotiin. 'ii 1 1 i n hln wile to one vhl" he i'iis:,;,'il Inr In conversation tor sMei.il ml m iti'M and tlicn Kind her at siioit lanue. i;il,sion 1 1 1 tin - I tin1 'Klin on luim-clf tcarltikt away the Hide nf hW held. XX'ln n he heard the tlr-l idiot, haiililds, who wan on the hill nldc n, hi I, y with ii friend, , nuaHed in lare.. Hhootim.'., lircd nt Kllntoii until the hut. '! 1,11. I l.ltllel:'. Who In 11 noil of .XI I'M. KH.n. toil h ii lormcr hiinliaml, VMin ariest c, pciiilinu an Inventiuation. o caunc in liiiow n tor tn ' nhooiinu. MINERAL SERVICES FOR CARRIE NATION Kama , fit.'. Mo., Juno I I The illliel'al MTic,n over the laul. of Ml'S. I'arile .Nation, the Kaunas i-ahioli nmahln r. an died l-'rlday nlKht nl 1.,-n iih ,, Hi. Kan, wan In Id lioin Hie 1mm.- of Inr nhce. Mm. M. . Mon re, iu Kmc. in Clt, Kim. A I irnc ii uiii lo r ol lihiuln alii ndcil the S' l'v- , , n. M i i. Nation w ill he buried in Mel lon. Mo., hcnlde her ,l',ilti. and the I'oiU vein taken there 'inli, Willi! tile .- I Ii ,. I,mI,i. I In rlit I will he made to luol row . ', it',' .i- tile All'domc. 1 hi you I'll.il'y f Ice. doin lioin Hie clt.v'H hi at nml dirt n siiiniiier '.' Conn' to the nioiintalu.n of Kl I'm eiilr. 1 n yon loin; for l i ii;hl n u it I I it Ii t limtcad of lil:'.zatds Jl ft 4 tn w Inter ' Conic, to I'S' Kl rorveiilr Kancli, I'll ion enjoy lioi'.ni'hHi k I I d I n it hut in, ninl. on trails or tilnnn well-kepi loadn? Conio to Kl l'orvchlr. I 'o ymi o n ,1 o y tiiinipn and cplor liiK ex p i' d I l I o n n iiinoiiK tln crcat roekH uml plntK'.' Conn' to i: rurvii- I ' . . '. ' -J i nir. eiCr ;,,,,, , , ,,,,.,.. r,M0 iinliii;, cnntiil stream? Come ,. L. sliooiinc, In.'ludinif tl.o lion Commerce MOROCCO Graduating Class Immaculate MKMIII Hs or Till; ' Williaio.l Mi Kimnlil. n:;ila A. I a I' I . ( owrll, I. in ilf A. Irii-wi ll Wa REPORTS OF MEXICAN LIKE E Declared Less Than Two Hun dred People Lost Life In Towns Shaken By Temblor Wednesday Last, l!l.r Miirnlng Journal prlnl l.murd XXTrel Mexico City. .Iiiiic 1 I. XX'itd the OKi'i I'llon if the capital, Zapotlan Jnlisco, In the town which suffered must severely us Hi" n milt of tin i Hrtluiiiiike of I ist Wednesday. T.r ports reci Ivcil today ami hased on of. filial dat. , place the niiinher of dead lit forty-three. 'Jill, (' times Hint numher were In jured, The unrulier i,V hid'nlmns de stroyed In placed at I I II, t him u h more thuii l.iuui were ilaninKcil, imliidlnK a niimlar of churches, A few ol them' wiie so Iiml I y ilnraiiKcil that thev Wero closed. A ureat lll.'ljority Of l.llilillmjn affected were or little value. J ii I In. nla la.i.i ra no casualties were I'i'pni'teil. With Hie eXi eptiou of throe chiir, his a ml a tlieiiter. whl, !i slmw craikn, t.ie property loss was innis- ni I ii a nl. At J.iiin in, Hie tow n win re Hie oa th, dial t.ovcr was said to have fallen and killed xi in en of w orslilppern, no casualties occurred. , cross on Hie onthidlil. bowel ir, f, io hrokc throimh the roof. Kl Cahary mid La l'alisinia arc names of two cli, reins sliKlillV dain- HKid. .No other liullilliiKH Were in jured. In China, mdw itlibtanding the fact that one. third o,' the houses were slightly dam iK'd, the numher ol ilialhs Is placed at thlie. The slat, pi'iacc was one ol the liiilldliiKn dam aged lull slinhHy. Thl'ci- rhuniies were so l,aill i rai Ued they liaie been tempi, inrlly It ned. Sa.ula in i town where the curly re pol ls iinlli an d lol ly had hi ell killed. A ii I ii'ii t ii- repmts now show none was killed. Allow iiiK for Inter reports w hich Hilly i M inl Hie dcato hsls soliicwhal esp, 'dally from the illaKe.n of Tonalah and San Andl cs, il now appe lis ccr talii that Hie total number of ihnd in tlio republic an the result of Hie earth, lllllke will be ci llslderahly less than Tlio known dead are 1, i-s than 1 The peoples du, -- Airdoliie. passengerTgents" gather in salt lake Sail Knkc, I'tah, June 1 1. - 1'asneii i!i rnien icpi'i s. mini; sixty transconti iieiital raili'oailn nlc alli' l'iliK in Salt IjiKc CHy for the annual meetinn of the Transcontinental I'nssenner Asso ciation, m till h oicim here on Wednt s uioiiiinu mid will continue ihi'mieinnii i,. week. The Kcncral tomuiitti I lilt 'in will coiivciio on Monthly mid prepare n report on the topics to be taken on for coiinldern- t, .ji. This Is to fai ihtate the work of the I OIIV villi, in. The ii,, nil,, i ship of the ussocialion In, in, Ion the Kenril passcinoT njciits of virtually evi I v railroad w et of Chicav.,,, Si. I.nuli and the Missouri liver. I'.lahmale i nt, I tailimi Ills Imve been planned lo local coinmel'iial nr. K, .luxation.- for Hie visllorn. SECRETARY EMERITUSOF YALE OBSERVATORY DEAD New limn, Conn,, .lune II. Rob ert :nnvn, lei iiiary emerltnn of Yule obs, rvatoi v, died here tod iy of lienrt tl mease. Mr, iirovvn wan burn in Cliulmniti In 1s.'!H and uriidunted Ham X'nle 111 Isf, 7. For Hlxleen yonrn he wan an olilcer of tin- lincinniiti Han, l.inht ninl en1,,. I'ompany. Soon iilier the ni'iainiatlon of the nslro l'omlt al ohserv ntory lit Ynle, he ivin inaile tlx necretary, h p,,st he held for Iwelily-Hv'e yeill's. until 1 !ll)T, when lie !'t'Mi:ned I lie was a l'i.ll.,ve .,,' tut l,1,l.,.. Xss.icintion r,,r tho Advinooini-nt of . i ii'iii'c ami : prmnlnent In the un deruradnnte life nt Yule. He leaves n w idow and tvni ihtiiKlitorn. Um-niHl I'lixliii'tloii or Ciiki-. XX nslilnuimi, Jnn.. 11. More rokt was produced Iu the Cnited Sliiten in ll'in than cvvr lielore, ;in, the year Ills,, Was ! I'l l Old bit .', Iter ),, t ali,. f tlio product, nccordim! tn n ireohi- mtdl survey nport to, la v. The Imreiis- ,'d vahie of coke, however, Mils inure 'Ii.iii i !:'-. I !o hii.),, ,- l( i ,,( ,.,i used. '.i jw' ' H i t. XAGGERATED of the Conception School ( I.Ass ' mil. I ii ir. Itii h'i( .1 ;i,.inaii. I lorcni'i' I liali' lli S. ,lolinii,n. e FOR HIGH COST CHANCELLOR DAY HAS OWN THEORY OF TROUBLE Declares Attempts By Ignorant Legislators to Regulate Busi ness Are Responsible for Troubles Now Confronting People of Nation, Illy Morning Journal Kprrlal I.Mnud TVirf Syracuse, X. Y., June 11. "The country has never set n a time wlvn its commerce of all kinds was so in volved and embarrassed by unwise lnvvH created by men utterly dlso,uall lied by business incapacity and In i xp, lienee of today," declared Chan cellor James It. Day of Svraciise uni versity, in his baccala urealc sermon this mornim,'. "The business men "f whom there are too lew in congress, are not mak ini; tlio hnslni'sn Ihvvh." lie continued. They ure In Hie urasp of men who ki t p their ears to the iironnd, listen liiK tor Hie direction in which popu lar excitement Is hurryinn. For a de cade it has ben blindly rushing imaiust capital in corporale forme, In different to tile fact that without capital In lurcv forms tlnre can !'' no capital In small forms and no lit-. In if. "Men meddle with t'.ie coal business vvlin do net know a lump nf coal from n piece of slate, ami yon lind 1 pay one ,ir two dollars n ton more lor con! bee Hire of their folly. "Tin y nianm;e the rnilromls in de tail, atteiiipliiij; 10 fix cliari;. s, the pussiiiKcr and I'nrtfcht turlli', and the wanes of eperiitor. mid by mid by, after tile foolinhniwn of it all bceiunes appui't nt to all, we of the common poopl" will pay the frelKHt. (' '"' pay the t;ix in tile liiuher price oi Hiinws that coine through the corpor ation.", for In lite final analysis oi IhhiK-n. the people pay tlio bills." GREAT T E Ki t me understand do we see iwo mimical numbers the bltf new vaiiile villo sketch, the thro,' reels of new pictures, the bout between Kid lihodesi and Hie Cln-roUee Kid, and a visit to tin Zoo for only ten cuts, In J. Sam Houston rrnsty or Is he coining the CoHbdl Jolinnle on tho people'.' Anyhow, wo are not impii: to complain: if tin y so' fit to keep ali of tills allow in Alliiniui'rtiie for ten rent we ate Hie folk lin can s''""' It. Wo liuve hnrni'd lonu nno II Is clienpcr to alien, I tin' Airdoine than to stay at home. Indies. Children mid I'ads will he there tonight to sen the ijreatest ctlort over iitti'inpteil by the Ainlomc pi'ople. Co't on Hie bund watoii. SAND BARGE SINKS IN STORM; FOUR MEN PERISH Chicauo. June 11. Four men wer drowned when the s-aiid currier J. W. Marshall eapsir.ed In I-iike Mb IiIk in C.uy, I ml., today. The rest of the crow of twelve were rebelled hy fish ermen. The ilciul :iri Martin liona hue, male; Clinrlin lillifi'tniili, nsslst ant rnnlneer; John Wlsi'inan. aeinnon; and (ills Jake. liietnan. The vessel ciipslzetl In tile storm Hint broke with a i hatiKe of wind Hint bnniiilit relief from the hi it iindei which the hiUo shore h:iH swelter,.,! for three days. Tlio boat had taken mi a caiKo of snnd at Gary and whs headed toward this city. Several res, ueS of pleasure cr'Ut were maile Inr,. by the Fulled Platen life tavern. ... Honor Mciiifwy of Tom "lohiiviu. Clevelaiiil, Juni" 11. Tho memory of tho late Tom I,. Johnson was hon ored hy thoiiKRnds of citizens nt a inasn mectliiK In Wade park this aft ornooii. Hrand Whltlock, mayor of Toledo, spoke. It wen anliouneed thnt nrriinKi'ini'titi had lieefl tniile for a plUrlnnue of hln Humiliate to the Bravo of Mr. Johnson In linmklyn on July is, hln birthday. AO LAWS LAUD OF OFJIGHT DOLLAR'S WORTH FOR DIM MOST SUCCESSFUL L VERDICT OF VISITING INTERNATIONAL DELEGATES Meeting of Local Association Marked By Attendance of Men Noted In the Work Throughout the United States The lleriidlillo Sunday School asso ciation held two full live sessions at tho Lead Avenue Methodist church yesterday and in addition the pulpits of the city churches at the morninK services were filed by the visitini dclenates to the International con vention at San Francisco. The first session nf the convention for Hie day vv is held In the afternoon at 3 o'clock. The sont; service which preceded the actual business of the afternoon was e,l by 1'rof. W. E. M. 1 lacklemann, of Indianapolis, who will b,. the leader of the biir choir of tho international convention iu San Francisco. Following this: the ku iii rinteiblenis of the various Sunday mhools of the city nave reports of the condition of the schools under their chai'Re. A prayer by Itev. Sam. Allison, was fol lowed by a solo by Miss l'auline Cart w riKht, "Just for Today," vvhii b. xvas wi ll rendered and much appreciated. The convention then divided into the various eonl'ernce groups, meet in in tho differnt parts, of the church. The subjects of tho various confer ences were: "Superintendents," by A. 11. Mills (d Decatur, 111.; "Adult llilde classes," W. C. Tearce, Chieat;o. Music, Frof. Ilacklemann, "Home Department," Mrs. W. C, Pearce. "The Spanish Sunday School," ltev. II. S. Harris, Mt. Vernon, X. Y. "The Primary,'' Miss Lily Farl.s, Cincinnati, and "Advanced Departments," Dr. S. A. 'Wilson, Chicago. After the department conferences which were very instructive und bene, ticial, the meeting was nuain gather ed Into one whole, and AY'. C. Pcaree of Chicago, nianam'i- or the tour party addressed the convention. "We are not out for pleasure," s.iid Dr. Pearce. "but to do al! tho Rood we can en route to the reat Sunday school until, erinif In San Francisco. All of the members of this company are bear ing their own expenses, and are kiv inr of their time and talents In the Interest of the Sunday school. There are four other touring parties on their way to tho roast and today party No. 1 Is nt Lake Louisa, Canada; Xo. 2 at Spokane, Wash.; No. 3 at Salt l.ako City, Ftah; No. 4 at Colorado Spiinns, Colo,; and Xo. 5 here In At bu(tier(uc, Dr. Pearce then Introduced each member of the party to the enliven ton. There were eleven women and ten men, representing 10 different rtates, and ten different denomina tions. F.ach of the party then re sponded in a pleasinn manner and nave some plan of Sunday school work that had sueeded In the schools which they attend and in which they labor. Tho I Acninu Session. Prof. Ilacklemann ,the most inspr Inn and enthusiastic song leader that has ever visited ths city, opened the evi nlni; service with a. swim; and a vim that was felt all during the eve ning. Some one remarked after the service, "Prof, hackleniann could make a ciar store Indian avuk." Lev, llernion P. Williams of the First Christian church, then ave the visitini? Sunday school workers a hearty welcome. The message whs re sponded to in an excellent speech by lion, A. 11. .Mills', a pronilii.'nt attorney of Decatur, III. "What Oinanlzod Sunday School Work Can Accomplish in Latin Am erica," was the subject of an earnest and inspiiiiii; address bv ltev. II. S. OLD FRIEND !N TEXAS We Get a Letter From an Old Friend Which Makes Us Feel Good. Alba, Tex. "I was born in Tennes see," writes Mrs. Mary K. Watson, from Alba, Tex., "and I can pruise Cardul, for we have used It ever since IS!,, twenty-eight years auo. I wish I knew how many dollars I have spent lor It. "My duucliler-ln-lnw' Is now taking it, and all my neighbors think It is line.' ' Cardul may be taken year after year, nt times when its benefit is need ed, and as a general tonic, without any al'ter-efl'ecls whatever. Many drUK.n, like quinine, ucetunl lide, iodide of potassium, etc.. cannot lie so taken, without doing you more harm than they do you uood. He careful w hat you put Into your stomach, us lasting Injury frequently results from the rcRUlar use of puw erful driijis und medicines. Cardul cannot possibly do you any thing but Kood, as It is a mild, gentle tonic, of purely vegetable Ingredients, non-mineral, iion-lntoxlouting, noii polsonons -bnrml'iss to young and old. Thousand of ladies have testified to the beneficial results that come from the use of Cardul, the woman's tonic. . , It strengthens, builds, restores, and relieves or prevents unnecessary pain and suffering. We urge you to try It. N. 11. Write to; Ladles' Advisory I'ept.. Chattanooga Medicine. Co., Cbntianoogii, Tenn., for Special In ntrucllons, anil 64-paire hook, "Home Treatment for. Women," nent In plain wrapper, on request. SUNDAY SCHOO CONVENTION llarris of Mt. Morris. X. Y. The report of the iiominalini; com mittee wag then read and adopU'd and the follow inn w ere them for the Hi-rnihll day Si In ol unsocial ion i l"i ted as of. , Cteinty Sun for the eiisu- iin; year: President. K. v. Niel Ferguson. Vice president, J. I. "Joint wia. Secretary-tr. asun-r. It. C. Ilolli.lay Superintendent Home d. p irtna r.t Mrs. II. p. Williams. Fupt r'ntendi nt ,i "i,lle roll. Mi linn Schradcr. l.il- Superintendent hoii.nt ho ise vi.-d- tation, T. C. K'eder. , X'. C. pearce tln-n ihlivered thh speech of the , vepim; the subject be IriK. "The Adult Hlble Class Move ment." The s aki r ai oused his hear ers to enthusiasm by tolling of thf wonderful inhleveiiients of many I'ible cHsscs which had been ormi1 iled especially among men. "Unil'lim; up the Sunday school today Is a in in ? Job." he said. "Thank find the men of the country are responding to the call throuyh the udull liible class movement.'' lie urwed the organiza tion of adult liible classes for men in every Sunday school in the county and territory. The tournu; party all gathered on the platform and after sinfiiin? "lilest He the Tie That Hinds," ltev. Samuel K. Allison pronounced the benedic tion thus bringim; to a rlnsp the most succesfful Sunday school convention evr held In I'.ernalillo county. Notes of the Coiivenlioii. Thirty-eight dollars was raised as 6 spfilal offering for the convention ex penses. Prof. Tlaekleniann wanted to take the pianist. Miss Tompkins, with the party, savins she was the best pianist that he had yet met with on the tour. The international delcKates Were entertained at dinner und tea yester day in the various homes of tho city. All the visitors spoke in the highest terms of tho n cepton they had receiv ed in A!buiiieriiie. After stoppimr at Williams on Mon day afternoon the lourinw party will visit the Orand Canyon, alter which they will continue their helpful R.ith erinns alon the way to San Francisco where they will arrive on the Kith. Pa-s the Mustard. "1 never yet saw a man who talk ed like the hero of a story," said Mrs. (Irowti her. . "Well," replied her husband, "I never saw a woman who looked like the pictures in a fashion manzlne." Washington star. THE WM. FARR COMPANY Wholesale and retail dealers tn Fresh and Salt Meats, Sf .usages a Specialty. For cattle and hopra the biggest mar ket prices aro 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 without beli.e touched by human hands. Here it ir kneaded and handled in the most cleanly manner xve can devise. Our bread Is as clean as it is tootliBome and wholesome. Try it. 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No Cat burotor, no spark plus, No batteries, no trouble. See one. operate at SOT Gold avenue. For particulars and prices address; X THE SIMPLE OIL EXOIXE CO., OF NEW MEXICO. Rooms ar-36 Burnett Block. Albuquerque. ELKS' OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT ONLY 0 -- ij une 1 5th A Musical Festival I Albuquerque welcomes back Henry Ohlmeycr and His Splendid band Direct From Willow Grove Park, Philadelphia, Pa, the greatest amusement park in the United States. NOTE THE SOLOISTS The Best Ever Miss Blanche Lyons, Soprano, llcrr Franz Hello, dealest fiuegel horn Soloist in tho world. John Hushes, Cornet Virtuoso. Otto II. Jacobs, Euphonium Soloist. James C. Suebold, Ticcolo Solo ist. Henry Mayer, Jr., Xylophone Soloist. . The best band to visit Albuquerque in many sea- ;0 O IS !S ii : i sons. inr mo rrniDAiv n T TT'ATenrttte t AL.JjUUUiiiv.UOiJ,, L. 4, -. r