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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 9. 1911.
FOUR UK THAT TELLS'VIOLATES PA R OL ElREVENGE PROBABLEIG R OSS ING OP RIDlGOTHAIVrS CLAIM TO'CONSTIPATION, BILIOUSNESS, COATED IK HIV of It 1 1 a. IU11, II., nr f JI ro in Ailiiiui-rtir. . i.r. i. Ui..i l.'.l. the irtue of (ill t sliiiate the pi me iimisn- Cures t!,nt are T thoroughly Mi..w a m"iuini i mu-t r; r'! in . i-e if tin". i l l. 1 'H ii ' Knlnt y Pills tuiiit thm t.t. nr.-! l tity of proul u rHiht hi re In Alhu-iucripie. people w hw et!fieil jmm n;i to r.Het from baikS'-hr, kidney n. urii.urv disord ers, now d,-c!,ire n. urlnirv i!ti.rj rnanent u ril the cure pineM. How ivn nv Ali'titii-'rnu. uluiT loti,tr il.niht the t till m ? J. 1 Curl, ut Ali.ii.iuer'iue, N. MrX.. s.iys: "Some three or f"tir . irs ago Plan's Kidney Win w-r rough! to our at'entioii anil Ihi unit, nts if srwrnl b.vts sa' rHicf In nuinlir f tin- f-wilv who nad tufiir-d greatly from knfn'V mil I l.itfit. SW wis l-ii'i l' -l to null great ut that he stladiv 1-t if t J lis 111 till- UlaUM- W 1-M l'f I lull II 1 Kidney 1'ilU in a ! ii t 1 j - Malmum Sitae then I rime t.ik-n Dnaii's Kid In'V Til' itivs'lf imJ have found ! hem Very fffi-rttip In relieving ba. kai h umi T -culPliiitf tliu p.i.ii;e of th k Ir.t y r n Hons, our rsi rlenee Willi ttil Mi juirntlmi w irr.mls our loth opinion if it." hot ilr l.v all ili-a l-r. Price r.O Mils Kuklt l-llillniin ', Hit f f !. Ni iv York. sole (f " nln for the rutted h'tMtfa. Iiemeniber the name Dosne'i ami taut mi other. MUSTS THREE-YEAROLD CHILD STRAYS IE FROM ON Little Miss Kathciinc Robinson found Near Amciican Lum ber Mill By Sttaiicr Who Re turns Her to Mother. Little Minn Kaihcrltie, tin- threc-yctir-nlil daughter if Mr. and Mm. 1. I Robinson, who lives tit the Went winner apartments, wandered wv frnm home yesterday afternoon about 4 orliitk ami wit nut fuinut fur iii-urly fnur hoiiiH. An uiiktiown 1 1 1 it 11 iii k.il hrr up rniir thit A nii'i'li mi IiiiiiI'it null, himI tin hflnit niillflfcl liy Mttmhul MrMII 1 1 it. took Hi)' Hull- lot l.m k to hr mother. An Hiiiiri M Hit lilllii one wim iiiIhm rit. th rnnlhir nollfli-d i polli e wiiti tinniPilinlHy Ix-mt n it wiirrh f till- l-lly. hilt wlttlllllt Wli'rMI. I. I llolilrimin, Oit futhrr. worku t ttli' .Hill lllllllli r CHIIII, un. I iliiiiim hln lilti'lirp tl' family llin Willi Mm. Wlllmmn nl tln inriiit nf TlJrniH bv tilif mill tin- r.illrimil llnckn, llmv tlm rlillil iiuiiiiiKi'ii to uiiluli-r iiWiiv out to tin- luiiiiicr mill lx pi n it t h i n k of a II y; h i iuima oieuii Vtaun aiiu On Confessing Guilt, Judce Aljbott Oideis Him Take- to Per.itent'ary. Alxl M'ilin.i vi.Ht', hir iriniiiK.' to J'l'lti' At. holt Kit m during thi' In nl In in nf tin' dixtiiit urt. mii I In ion- jlii'Ih will li.in to mrve a rnt tiii i- in tin' i nili ntinrv .it ,;,iiitji rV of fri-hi oiii- to two vtr." Mi. 111,. I wil-i llnlli td hv tin; 111 HI ltiih! Jtiry fur hin tnv of a i li k iimi .h hii'I niul i i.ih I. lid J n.lt;.- Ah. hull 1 1 1 i . R . , J si III in f III thi- Mine tuiti' h- Ki'iiti ni i d oiln rn rinivli tiil ilurini; the tTin. hut mintrniltMl th m rili'iici n'Tidtni mooiI hi havinr. I .. i n I Mniiiluy Muliiiu wan .irnnleil fur hiri iny of it ai h. wlilrh In- -) rd.iy Jilmllli-il, anil JihIk'' Ahiiott i-r, il.iU'lv li'l.l hi ni 'hat lie would linsi- to m rif tii.M furniiT m-ntt-m p. KiiillLitio ( in lli-k'im. win) ir:iiPil from 1 ht- ooiinty jail shortly lufor flfi-lliiil, urn ili kiil lip nn thi tr''t I A ll.uiUi riiip a fi-w duyB linn liy liiputy pin-riff Qiiliitiuia ('nulti-r. I'rlor to IiIm "ki'iii h' hud plradi'd milltv lo liirnnv of a mure, hut had not hffn m nli iii cd. Yilirdny Jinlt,-n Ahhnlt Hi-nttiuid hlin to hi ivi- from hh lo thrco rr in tin- ii'iiitiiiiiiir . In company with .Mulina h1' will In- l.ikrll tu hull, hi To on Moiidiiy In (hiiritw of a di pnly xhcrirr. nnd IoiIki i! In tin- pvh- Itrlllllirv. ( rimlnnl lix ki-t ( alliil TmIv. Thi- llirniilillo i-oiinty iriinlii.ii dm ki t will hi' lalli'it hv Judur AI'I'i'U In i hiiinlii -ni thin ii 1 1 1 r in ii i n hi 2 o'i'Iiii Ii. All Mltol H' liavlnu riifii'li in tin dm ki t arc ri'ih'Hti-d to b I'll m ilt no thilt m i ni' disposition ran hi- iiiiult of thi rnm-a, iiwliii; to th fact that Hit' Hiipri'ini ronrt ri'i'fuMi'd j-ont ! ilii y ftftirnooii fur tt luii'iiili riilili' Unit', Jinli'i' Ahhott will ri'imiln In Dip illy until n wci-k from today. Ilf will hi on hand to iiHiiiil to uny civil mattirn that may I..- hroiiKhl to hln iittt'iilloti ilurlnn that time. MOTIVE FOR I PUERCO WILL LARGEST CITY T Ml HEADACH E OR DAD STOMACH ARES T BE REPAIRED r THREATENED Appoliiiiil to Sell Ileal 1'j.tatc. I'pon thr pi'llllnn of CutHlliin Apo darn, grandfather and next frlcnil of MIkiicI, Coiirado. I lonai'lniio and I'tiilota ('a miliaria, mlnnrn. Ihhiic I'nilli wan appointed vi'idi-rda v f li'inuiiii hv I In' court an Kimrdhin ad litem, to acll certHln real eHtate. NOTU I . I (tilt irepallli H liel of the Worthy pour of A lhuiiii-iiUc for the I'hi Minim ilintier, and will he Khul to leii'lt thr Pntnea rif any ain h w ho will tm pemon ally viaiieil. I inn at phone 2S each day from I - tu 1, it ii pnat curd or let ter Will l. CAPT.WHNHr.I-, iiilvatliin Army. Timi Women lliiincil to lientli. Ciiiih Ijike. Minn, lice, s Mr. Wil. Iliim Illinium nnd Mrs. T. I.. 1 1 1. hurds riii hurneil to dentil In fire lure entiy todav whirh ilesti nv id thilr Inline. (Mhera han h esraped with their lives. Select Ifcu-ticty! AT f OUNTAINB, HOTt in. 01 IlllWIMlHC Get lb Original unj Cicnuinc EI0RL1GK S MALTED MILK OttcUau Jmitaiicn The Food Drink forAHAtfcs kirH MUK, MALT CHAIN EXTRACT, IN rOWDH Not in any Milk Trust fig- InhUton'MIOKLlCK'S" Take a packuilv houir lli'lnnlt ,Tuiltlin'iit I nlereil. A default Jiidnmeiil wna i-nterert yesterday In the dlslih t court In he half of AiiKihi Ylvanl, triiHtee, and Julia t'atellna, for i,329.tO UKUlnxl Henry II. Atiae and Mi. Lena Auffi. lumther with Kriink J. Wllsun nnd the WiKtern Meat ioin)nnv. In tid il 1 1 Inn to the JuilKliieut fur Hie nmounii ilainuil Uii was granted n at- toiiiey'a feeH, and .'0 allowed for a trusiec H fee. Thla null waa entered In the dlntrU t ciilit't on .Vo emhiT 10 In rorecloae a deed of tritat aectirltiK a note for three iiua, Riven hy the plallil II f. Julia Ciitelinn. for $4,0IMI, Willi Interest (it K per cent. The property oil willed Ilie deed of Iru.'t una Klveii la lot 10. of Idm l( 12, n the IIiiiiIiik lllKhlaiul addition to tlu city ol Alhiliiiei'nlie, tltto IHeck iiiaiill wax appointed spei'lnt muster hy I lie court to aell the reul ri-tale and apply the prniieils to llin lliUlil,illiill of (he JudKment nnd costa. II. V. i. Hryan appeared na al li.rni'V for the plalntlftH. The coiinerMon of I' rank J. Wilson and the Wi aliTIl .Meat coinpany w ith the case la only that Ihey hold a niort KUKe oil the pl'opelly Hllhjei't to the Jinlcment and deed of trust. iluiliiinent for Delliupirnt Tate. Jiidnmi'iit hy default and an order allow ItiK a lux sale of all properly dcHiuitii nt for taxea In the year mill was ohtalni'd ealirday hy PtHtnct Altorncy (leorue 8. Kluek In hihalf of the letrltoty of New Mi'llio. The ease wiim Hied and inl'oi'iniitlun Intro duced Upon the puhliHlled list of de. Iitiqui'iil taxea for IS 10. amoiinlliiK In nniiiil numheiK to $17.00(1. The slyle of th ise Is Territory of New Mexi co HKalluU all liel'funs, real cstalc, laud and properly descrlhed 111 the delluiiient tux Hat lor I (Ha. Don't miss the big free draw ing tonight, 6.30 to 10.30. Gray's Studio. Trv a Journal Want Ad. Results ' . Diamonds! our stock (if Diamonds Is very l.AUUI'. our prices are very S.M.M.I.. Most of the aliiitea In our slock were' taken as security for loans; hence the low pill cs. Look at Our Window Display -v i iw W'f cIiiih liMuii'tnls from $1" tn jiirio. Shop where you like, then come in us. i. can nave ,uii money, and w e promise to do It. H. YANOW, Diamond Broker Phone 452. I 1 4 West Central. i4.4,.4.. A. Markov itch Given Pi elimin-i Territorial Good Roads Com-; Nearly Half a Million Persons ary Hearing For Alleged Vio lation of Internal Revenue Lav.s. mission Signifies Its Intention Th. I,, n iii" of V. Markov iti h. (harueil wdli violation of the internal revi-nue .i in that he soi l cirli in hottlcs ol hir from his plan- on .Kouth liroinlw.iv. was held xrstern.iy hefore I'tiileil Slatea I'ommiasiuniT II. It. Whitlrn:. Aftir th j.ri sei uinn had prisiiiied Its tertinioiiy an ad- iHiriiinei.t was taken until today When It l expected the hearing Will te I olll lulled. The list of the Kovernment's cn , Km pr.-M nteil hy thru- men naim I'ma. Mendi-s and Ijira, lahorers who have l,.ui working In the lcinity of the cti.re and oht.iiniiiK their house hold supplies from Markdvitih. They admitted that thiy owed Markovitch for itroceriea and he had itnrnishecd their checka to ohtain what waa iluf him. Shortly after thin Mender, went to Markovitch ami requested he order some hottled heer for him " his wll was aick and needed It. This Marko vitch did, KcttitlK Olf llonen hot tin delivered to the store. When Mendel next showed PI' at the store he re fused to take the bolt lea. savin he wanted only eixht of them. He. how ever, not away with imp liotth', which was produced I." evidence uitalnFt the di feiiiliint. M n kovlti h a contention I that he ordered the heer ilellvi re.l to him with n.i Intention or hreakina the law. and with no Idea of aelllng the Hnunr It was merely to ncciiiimoiiuTe .Men del, who ( Inline,! he was so hiisy he could not no down tu town himself to buy the heer cf Building Trough Troublesome Stream. Across The Territorial Good Roads com niicsii n is planning to fix the cross lntc of the Itlo I'ucrco, a short dia- ! t.tnee soutnweat of Alhuqueroue. so as to make It easier of negotiation than it has heretofore been for transconti nental automobile tours. The pasa-Bk-e of the I'uerco always haa been reKarde,) as one of tl hardest feat to be encountered by autoima in New Mexico. - A few days iiku tolonel D. K. H. Seller, prfsidciit of the New Mexico Automobile association. when in Santa l-, took the mutter up with l-inj Commissioner Kobert F. Krv ien. The condition of the cro.ssinsr was explained nnd the difficulty of making It thoroughly discussed. Ijinj Commissioner Krvien stated that the (inud Koads association would be glad t" do anything to im prove the crossing. It was then sug gested that a trough he built across the river, so that travelers could cross It without going down Into the bed of the stream. The trussing used is In Valencia county, close to the (iarcla atation on thit Santa Kc, cd about 0 miles from thla city, If thia portion of the road la Improved, and the bad atrip south of Alhiuiui ripte, which liernalil lo county is about to look after. Is al so repaired, all Ihe bad roads west of Abuiueriuc i nciiiintered by auto irta will be in Arizona. Colonel Sellers Is one of the most enthusiastic road mappers and Insist ent highway Improtera in this section. Have Left New York This Year in Great Unexplained Exodus. Furred Tongue, Rail Taste. Indigestion. Sallow Skin and Miserable j Headachea come from a torpid liver and .loaned bowel, which caue your stomach to befome filled with undigested food, which aourt and fer mnts like garbage in a swill barrel. That's the first step to untold mia ,.ry indigestion, foul gases. Imd breath, yellow skin, mental fears, everv thing that is horrible and nauseating. A Casoaret tonight will straight ycu out by mornins a 10-cent box will keep you feeling good for month. Millions of men and women take a Caacaret now and then to keep their stomach, liver and Doweia reguiarea ana never Know a niierabl moment. Don't forget the children their m. tie Insides need a good, gentle, cleansing, t0 occasionally. NEW YORKER OPENS HIGH CLASS ACT AT L OFFIC E P, Wedcen, of New York City, Opens Loan Office at 1181-2 West Central Avenue, V. Wedcen, lately of New York City, has opened a loan oflicc ut MsVv West Central avenue, the store formerly occunled by K. Koscntleld, 111 the same line. Mr. Wedeell has been in th busi ness In New York City for many years, and has a thorough knowledge of the requirements of his business. Ills stock of diamonds, watches, Jew elry, trunks, valises, guns, musical In struments, etc.; Is strictly up-to-date. The stole Is open lor business today, and he Invites the public tu call nnd look over tils stock. s vrritii A v's nii:iai si II Ilia, granulated sugar California la-nliei-rlcs, can fl Ilk-, or lice ii iiiiih of siring Im'Hiis Aunt ilcmlina'x pail cuke flour , 1 1 lbs. of potatoes 1'ancy grade of pciisc, can , , , it i nns of oysters 3 Ill-cent etuis of milk t leaned currants, ar dg. ... Hun t full to sec nor dolls and nil': sia.i; Win. kll Id:, Proprietor, -411 South l lrst St. ,K . I. on l.V . 83c , a.v . Me . 2.V . hk . 2.V . 2.V PUBLIC LIBRARY IS LIBERALLY PATRONIZED !mrlng the month of November Just past the Alluniier,Ue Public Library was liberally patronized. The report of the librarian submitted lo the hoard of directors shows that the li brary was open for ihe distribution of books twenly-five days. The num ber of books Issued was 2,4 50; of these l.SVH were for adult renders and fii)2 fur Juvenile. Many donation have hern re- 1 clved, but not publicly acknowledged. The following persons have contribut ed In this way; Miss Constance Abbott ii volumes; Mrs. Mary 1'. Mcliovern, 2 volumes; Mr. I". p. Way, 15 vol umes; Mr. I.yie Abbott, II volumes; Mr. A, It, si roup, volumes. I'ur the beiiclU and pleasure of the school children of the Highlit grade 15 or 20 volumes lire placed in their school room. The teachers report great Interest among the pupils In their use of these books. The total amount of money receiv ed was $2S.;i."i. I'rom new fiction, 02; deposits, $S.0O; fines, $9.15. SUPREME PRESIDENT OF FRATERNAL UNION VISITS CITY TONIGHT Supreme President Frank K. Itoose of the Fraternal I nlon of America, who has his headiiiartcrs In lienver. will vl-ll AlhlitUeiiUe Lodge No. Ml. tins evening, and a special meeting will be held In his honor, followed by a reception to the members of the lodge. The meeting Is called for T:30 In A. o, P. V. hall. All mem bers are urged tu In1 present. Mr. House Is one of the most prom inent Iraternallsts in the I'nited States and in his capacity of supreme president of the Fraternal I'nion, lias jurisdiction over nn order with near ly Mill. 000 tncinheis, and 700 subord inate lodges IM E Eccentric Entertainers Make Hit; Comedy, Melody and Mirth Galore. The audiences that attended the Pastime, theater last night were treated to a genuine surprise In the vaudeville line, earlier & Palmer, two eccentric entertainers of the highest order kept the people laughing from the l'NIng of the curtain to the finish. Miss Palmer possesses nn exquisitely sweet voice and her rendition of the popular song "The lied Hose Hag," is beyond comparison. The act redounds In genuine comedy, melody and mirth snd Is pleasing In the extreme. The llnlsh Is unite novel, the funmakera singing In a spot light cover with mirrors which cast thousands of re flections over the house. tSprcial rurmpoBdrnre to Moraine Jourma!) New Ycrk. Dec. s. The greatest rhrlnkage of population which this city has. ever known is now under way here at a rate which if it continues may render Insecure New York's claim to being the largest city in the country and the second largest In the world. Nearly half a million per sons have left New York thia year al ready, the majority going back to southern Kurope. taking with them. It Is estimated, between 150.000,000 and $100,000,000 So great has the exodus become that immigration of ficials declare that by the end of the year, so far as the Mediterranean ports are concerned, emigration from this country will exceed Immigration to it. It is probable too that the balance of Immigration for the entire country from all the rest of the world will net exceed 300,000. an un usually small figure representing only little more than half the number of persons who have left this city for southern Kurope alone. This out going tide has so far exceded all ex pectations that there la practically not tt single steerage hooking to be secured before the first of the year. Every vessel leaving here is crowded to the limit nnd New York's popula tion is being cut down by shiploads of 2.000 or 2.r.i0 each, or at the rate of nearly 25. 000 a week. Just what the cause of this great exodus is. bag not been definitely discovered. Pn- doubtedlv the war between Turkey and Italy has had some effect. So, too, has the small demand for labor In this country. Put both theso fac tors together are not nearly suffici ent to account for this enormous exo- 1 us which if il continues long at the present rate will knock New York down several pegs in the ranking of cities according to population. WsV KBUUTESTOMACH.UVER&BOWEIS ' ' i in i i iiiium i i 1 1 1 1 i mis I Oe atr fell AlMZ5can IJ kouit Dnittw Don't miss the big free draw ing tonight, b.viu to iu.ju. Gray's Studio. Sliu-lcr Willing to Itcslgn. Paris, Hot-. B. In an Interview re ceived here from a special correspon dent In Teheran, Wm. Morgan Rhuster the Persian treasurer-general, is said to have declared that If the national assembly should Indicate Its belief, or the powers demanding his dismissal, can show that any substantial advant age will accrue to Persia by his de parture, he is ready to go, The cor respondent snys the general belief In Teheran Is that if Mr. Sinister goes Pi-rain will go with him. l'atal Quarrel Over Chickens. Cctitralia, 111., Dec. . Stephen Llewellyn, 36 years old, shut and probably fatally wounded his brother, Sum Llewellyn, Z'l. at the latter home mar Luka today and then shot and killed hlmsell. The shooting occurred In a corn field and resulted from a two years' disagreement over the possession of chickens. Alter he had shot his brother Llewellyn reloaded his shot gun and killed himself. HUSBAND AND WIFE VOTE ALIKE ON JURY Tacoma, Wash.. Dec. 8. "We voted together from the very first and I guess we thought Just alike all along," said Mrs. (iideon FraHcr, who With her husband sat three (lays on the same jury and helped return a ver dict today convicting Meyer Cohen of ( uibeKZlement from the Moose lodge. It was the first time husband and wife have served on the same Jury In this state, possibly In the country and the couple were the center of attraction for many who visited the trial. GOVERNMENT ASSERTS REYES IS SURROUNDED Prownsville, Tex, Dec. 8, Tf Gen eral lti-rnardo Iteyes is in northeast ern Mexico as today's dispatches in dicate, and is trying to return to the I'nited States, he must break through a cordon of Mexican troops stretched along Uie border from the C.ulf of Mexico tn within a few miles of La redo. Tex. Soldier began the patrol of the frontier tnnfcrht. Today Iteyes was reported nt the town of Camargo, Just across the line in Taiuaulipiis and within a short dis tance of the state of Neuvo Leon, re garded as a lteves stronghold. Major Jose Pena, commandant at Matamoras. Mexico, across the river from Brownsville, denied today that he, reported yesterday that Keyei hud crossed the border to Hrownsville. He reported only rumors that a man re semhling the general, was seen at Matamoras. he said. CONVICTED OF MURDER FOR KILLING BROTHER Tekamah, Neb., Dec. R. The Jury in the trial of Frank Uirson, wh.i killed Ms brother near Lyons, Nob raska, October 30, rendered a verdlrt of murder in the Hist degree tonight. The unwritten law and Insanity Tes timony of the defense was entirely Ignored. WOMAN WHO SUED BISHOP IS REMOVED Topeka, Kan., Dec, 8. Mrs. E. Cope, plaintiff In a sensationul $50, 000 damage suit for libel against Ulshop David H. Moore of the Metho dist Kpiscopal church litis been sum marily removed from official con nection with the National Women's Home Missionary society of the church, according to Information given out here tonight. A successor will be appointed to Mis. Cope us chairman of the Indian work com mittee and the national society will Join In the dissolution suit pending against the Kansas bratico of the society. Woman Loses Voice In Accident. Orand Junction, Col., Dec, S. Mro. John Hays, wife of a school principal here, appears to have permanently lost the use of her voice as the result of an accident yeftcrdav in which she was thrown out of a buggy when her horse run uway. M m r it--.' a. amn. j.rja.ox Mult It Never Flickers' The long winter even ings give a woman a splen did chance for sewing or embroidery; but her eves suffer from the strain unless she has a good light. The Rayo is the best lamp made. It gives a strong, diffused light that Is remailally easy to die eyes. "Ilie re is no glare to it ; no flicker. , It lights up a whole room. The Rayo is an economical lamp, too. You get the mott pouible light-valut lor ttia oil burned ; oJ th R.jro iuelf b low-priced lamp. Yet it it i htndiome lamp an onument to anjr room m tlx house. The Rjo Lamp it euily lighted without removiag shade or chimney ; eaiy to clean and rrwicL JVlade of solid brut, nickel -pUtedi alto in numerout other ttylet ad finuhet. Ak ftt duW to ihow jm h Um o Rara knot i or write lor dnuiptive circular to ur m atr tat Continental Oil Company (laicorporfttsxD T No. 71 SC. x Report of the Condition of I The State National Bank, t at Albuquerque, In the Territory of New Mexico, at the close of busl- J ncss, December 5th, 1911. a, Itesotuves. Loans and Discounts. , . . $ J Overdrafts, secured and a unsecured J I. S. Bonds to secure J circulation TT. S. Ronds to secure T Deposits Premiums on IT. S. Bonds Bonds, Securities, etc... Banking house, furni ture, and Fixtures.... Due from National Banks (not reserve agents).. D4ie from State and Pri vate Banks and Bank ers, Trust Companies, and Savings Banks. ... Due from Approved Re serve Agents Checks and other Cash Items Exchanges for Clearing House Notes of other National Banks Fractional Paper Cur rency, Nickels, and Cents Lawful Money P.eserve In Bank, viz: Specie 1100.107.00 Legal-tender Notes 220.00 Redemption fund with 1. S. Treasurer (5 per cent, of circulation) Total 1,31 8,46 Liabilities. Capital stock paid In. . . .S Surplus fund X'nrlivlded Profits, less Expenses and Taxes paid National Bank Notes outstanding Due to other National Banks Due to Stale and Private Banks and Bankers. . . Due to Trust Companies and Savings Banks. . . . Due to Approved Reserve Agents Individual deposits sub ject to check Time certificates of de posit Certified checks Cashier's checks out standing Vntteil States deposits. . . Deposits of U. S. d.'.hurs Ing officers , Liabilities other than those above stated... Total 7si,31M"i".Gl Territory of New .Mexico. County of Bernalillo, as: , (v I, Roy McDonald, Cashier of the above-named hank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to t the best of my knowledge and belief. 1 ROY McDONALD, Cashier, f Correct Attest: ' t O. N.'MARRON. f J. B. UKRNDON, t J. KORBER. Directors. J Subscribed and sworn to before f tne this Tin day of December, 1911. I P. F. McCANNA. I (Seal) Notary Public. My commission expires May 2, I"!. " t 693,154.34 3,810.77 100,000.00 r,0, 000.00 4.000.00 2,750.00 48,000.00 19,708.27 S2.4Sl.4fl 229,512.94 2,903.25 11,609.26 14,570.00 642.1 0 100,327.00 5,000.00 7.01 100,000.00 40.000.00 8.028.01 97,800.00 50.005.11 7.850.3 1 25,417.53 3,847.09 421,019.24 r.04.4fi4.1O 204.87 3,9 17.fi 4 24,311.07 25,338.73 I -4 s THE SHOP OF THE INDIAN HORSE enlrul An. and ITit CLARKE'S CHRISTMAS PRESENT STORE! ODD JEWELRY DRAWNW0RK NATIVE STONES NAVAJO BLANKETS INDIAN BASKETS SILVER BRACELETS POTTERY Special Bargain for Today Only I BRASSES SOl.II SII.VKK SWASTIKA HltOIH Ill s, sot with genuine ,ur. qiiolso: the luck) sign or the Xavujo Indians: very appropriate ror a gift: slmidcaiul elegant; always sold Mr 0o, for om da) only 15c each Special BARGAINS Every Dav Until CHRISTMAS BRONZES COPPERS FINE LEATHERS BEAD CHAINS GOLD AND SILVER FILIGREE SOUVENIRS I WATCH THIS SPACE