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THE ALBUQUERQUE M03NING JOURNAL SUNDAY, JANUARY 7, 1912.
TWO. NEW H P D Saves Worry, Saves Money, Saves the Hair. moused of short .'hanging the iiiDIrt lf) ii local laundry, whin Knapp learn ed that n man cither d r ii 1 1 or asleep was h unr on the siil ! In front .if tin' I ii'Ht Nalloiial bank. Knapp went If '! v.auf to ir,e v.inr lc dandruff and Wmi litllmtt li.n must Mnifi'-r nr hi' r r.--rl In Urn' IliTpii iii". By usm-' II- rpl ! yniirsi If w nrr. v ii i. h iiive money, w lilch is und you save your li.i: most Inipnt1it.it lit mi!. Whv nut profit by tin .1 of .Now. litst Vnll f-:ivi' - iti -si I'm Mi-, v nil l enri- uii rit ' iiili. I , hli h Is tlo i.r I 1 a ilil . ri voli in until it v. -: ii' I .IT!I til S.. ii Hi Itli t in ,-: ii' in mm I I Mm. S. A. I. Kfohtii'in.l. Va., "Fntir years' ruined my hair inches liint an. j i-ruliing In Km..)"- Hi w It hunt benefit until I h -use Ili-r.'i.i'-. Mv Ii 'ir I fmft ami silky ntiil min.r.il bef nro 11 was quite mi'. . never tire of ailmii'ii iim .Mrs. Ij f't. stnty is a tj of hair troubles. Alt' r ov. falls New bin s Id rpii iili' ll would In- IiiM a- elf first. Nowhro's Hcrpicl.lc HN flu ruff germ ami pun -tits lalln It Slops ltchlllft (if thi' scalp liiMant Iv. o matter vvaht the Inill.i t two ti l. .1 . on iiid.i'-oil niiu l"ii, i.l.ir. w hili' .Mv ti l. mis h,,lr " ai hlstotv . t", t lili.r cl-e hniii.'S ti'li.-f. . I i VO i I USeil III liair 1 1 1: i.i: I c !'i i in to got I hut a ! ti.nl I i l l lllll'lr ! . Ktt'ipi' 1 of 111.' 1 Ii" nppt dl him I ) i tn Hi' ..f Hi man. Hi- Inul Ik-cm gone minutes when I learned he shot. In a statement to me night hi th Imspllal, ll I . .al j,,.. k. linn. I i .iii . Iia.l u u. M-ar, ii I Itr mil warnli Ward. Mil .III no' tliat tin- m.-i n in from uhk hail started iiwiii wli.n .a. h.'.l ami lhat hi- follow lip the street atiii f) treated '.,1,1 tli.it when near III" n ting. ) iiniiii'd the ni.in ii Hilim in his i it lit over t in which hi' hinl lil. ill.-.!. 'I hliii.iiig perhaps h i inn K n pp a 1 1 1 inpli'il o H.iili, ', In ii almost w!th i; In' fliuM-,1 his hanii up- k -oping it in hi;' pookcl, GOVERNOR HARMON ALLEGED of others. Hi ri I. i'li U tin' niiiy i:ui ill original diuulniil germ ilcsirnv cr. Oni itoUar piio- Ih.iiIih tiarnfiti" .1. Nohl liv all ilrnu'.'l -1 j. A I 1 1 1 1 -: 1 1 imis ut IiiioiI hiirlii r pliii- w Hi ml lor f..r i.iinpP- l.ntih. to Tin. Ili.r..i'iil" I'm., Iii'iit. is., Ix-troit, Mil It. J II. ' I'KO -Itv '., win ial am uti. Kliipp i.n a clM-ti lo r fitol w hllo h'M In a MltniK pui'iiiii', win, iili-nt ifiril hy I III- iifllirr l.R Ihr nulll Mini Klint Mm. KullowiiiK thin, Wnlmiii v.i minuv ill to tin- ronnty Jnil. I.HMt nli'ht hi win, iililc In On nhotit IiIh I'll unit iihnwi'd lilllo thi' pfOrtH of ln .MtriiK ! with tln offli'iT. Hi- woiil, not inulip a muti im-iit of t ho i ii.ii.iiin;. l'IUslM:U TiMIK Ills MTIM liV f"l Itl'ltIM' Tim itrrom of Wnlmin wn mini.? neHr the rornpr of l-'onrth Htrri't nn. ContrHl nvfiiue. Tin- offli'ir at Ih.' limp hp fwlv'il Hih l ull w ii h lalklnr. t f'hlif Mi .Millln (,n l-imt ut r'-i-t. inon win ri'iiotti'il i-ithcr ilrunk or In ii Mtnpor on tin slili-walk In trnnt i f 1 hp Klml Nntloiiul l.anl'. Whi n i if t . -(IT htiapp artlvi'il. tho mall ha I urotiM.'ii hiiiiMi-lf ati.i Ktarti'il iii tin mrpol. Tin- ofllrir mi ilniik him nm1 (itiirti.il with liiH prlK.uo'r to Jail. Tin v llHil pro-l-.'ll-, IIH far ill, tin Hi I'tll' ill till ulnnit IliK, w hill W'alil.ti iittililpt'il to hrotik riwav. Tin itui::h it-oilllmt In thn tniiitily tlnu I'hIIowimI, In Itr lnv ihi'l whiih innv hikI iilfl.i r KimiMi hi ur. '4i i -i'ii uiii nut inoi tin rtviiloT frnni tlio pmUi'l of hi ovi rii nt Hi' doit ihroiiuh tin. rout, priinit Ih" ri.iiiTii I. il Ki:n rlnt hli V 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' m l.t(ait. Knapp ili.l m.t I. ' 'ii i- In wa Hirl- Mlfly ollniliil. Tlii"lk'h t '.111 liy til" t.i torn that h' .im hiiiimoIv oiiiii1 ,! im,i iiKki-.i hy ln.lil.t Atiirpi Kloik tn iii.")..' a .tn. ii. tit. I In wniliiili"! i.tfutr l i l.i i il ' I am lit'! KolIlK lo ill''. Ill- .In.! I w III ln In (.In h... i. i m.i v h n hi- Ti.t na ll tin, t !! mull hw i . i . .. at i .... I. I." flil.r .li-.tlllln In ill" .i.Mtii; Ilia fhi.otiriif, pntit- "iii'i.rr Kntpii "rot I hail ulat I'M In .i"l l..r a i.uni4 man r llll, I Hll.it liilll. I'iii.ii i: iitMVf. T' l it i: J'KISOM It s JI):.1IF.TK Last tili'hl filler .Mi.Millin Bill th nn iiilH'is i.t hi fiin e m il' trying "lo filul out llinf ahi'llt W'alH'ill. Hi- hill .uriM'il In lowii milv jftHerilny, rum- ItlU h'l e ' a ppa ll-lll I V fl'i'MI I'lliKftaff, An.. He Inn! I n " ' " hv nnm-roiii pi f-'.ns illlHllK Ih.. ih'v ami Innl f. f i(ih nii-il '. ra I I ir: I Htri. t miIoh.is w h -l.' In- ha, In i li ilrlliklliK In-inily. 'I'll'' man ai'"'t t" I"' a fori'iniKT. I.a-I lili'hl alter he hail ni-'allieil i-oll-h ii liilH.'l III Hie ( iilllily Jail he he . ii in.- ,-iillin innl relusiil In tall. in i. pinv Mi.. t ur I'i'ii l.ewi "I' any ill' the J. ill all. i. hew. The pnliee helievi-. I Iii , l.-iVIn l III" IlIlHelllllHliet-M '!' lit, I, iv a I til omul when taken I" Ih" P'l'.l. What tin Miit.'iiK" whieli Wat mm , v.. ut l.i Miiitieiiiii I IK yiHlerilay enii- I ..ii... is mi known. II IH neiiew-.i Ihil ii the milieu eoiilil Heeuri acei In this il iniKht (tlve Ihem a yaluali!" in.- in work mi in learnliiK niori iihuiil the wonl'l-lu miirili nr. GUEST ATLOTUS CLUB FEAST STEERS CLEAR OF POLITICS IN AFTER DINNER ADDRESS Ohio Executive Advocates Wip ing Out of All Sectional Lines; Urges Eastern Governors to Tour West. OF MAN ARE John Stacey and Joe Rabeneau Wanted For Shooting Mrs, Edmund Kaufman Caught in Los Angeles, I Ur Morning Journal Hprcinl l.nmril W ire. (.'hieiiL'o, Jan. ti. John Htaeey anil Joe "Tow liead" Hahenean, wanteil here to answer ehnrK'H of iniinlerinB , Ijlrn. lalmiind Kniifin.in. a month UK", I iih che and her hnnhand were return rninv Jmimiil Hpei-tnl l.riniril Wlre.l 1 ittfr home from thi opera, huye heen V'.lk. Jan. fi. (iovernor Juil- ' lirreslerl lit I-oh AllKeleH( neeordinK to tiiinn of iihlo, w iih the jiuoft of ; ti Ii lt a iiih rerclveil here toniuht. luh til l It I It KV MI MItl K l' 1 (lilt K TI N vi:ks The fihootltiK or i i fleer Knapp Ih Hineiallv deplni'-il. He han heen n in. tti In r of lln A I l.tni u.'t i ti policn f'.ri-e alioiit ten yeni-H nit'l duriiiK that lilll" IniH ilnne lllli'lenl Work UK ii piitrnlman. lie Iiih alwiivn Hhnwn iiniiHiial ijouriii!!' In cIiiki. placi'H and In yi-Nti rdav 'n nflriiy whleh mnv enBt hhn ii Ik life wim not nrmiil. Thi hIiowb the eoiii i.'i of Knapp, who thoiiRh Hhol ami KorlmiHly wounded, fottKht nni;le-han'led with hid iiMHiillant and Hiili'llied him. WILSON CAMPAIGN CLUBS FORMED IN COLORADO Tn tivr, Jan. Ii. AilhereiitH of (iov ernor Wooillow WIlKoll of .Sew Jer n. y In thlH male today eoinmeneeil an H.tle eiilliplllun to Hei-ure the folo l adn delemii Inn tn the national enn veiith.n. Stale heailiiiiirtern hay heen opened here. Hlaiin rhllllpi. fotiriei lv a rn At pnper w i lier niul inai:a.iie writer ami iiuiMalne piih ilMlti r on the I'lnille eoast atld In (lie noithw.'tt. haH heen in tictlv . hatne. There are filly WIlHnn clulm Hi i 'nlor iiln. Mlil'di-rel 1 1 1 1,1 1 il w x iM'lll. lietiv.r. Jan. f(.--(liiH V. Marsha!!, i .i ii'iali. t mid KH.iit'h f. well known ill Sail I. like fJJ, Itejjil ami I inldtli'Ul. N'ev.. I.nla Informed 1 list rlit .Indue All. n In ilanlnal t-eK.Mloii. ;'i:ll lie will wnh'ilMW Inn aii.i-al Iri.lll Ihe illHtriet eniirt'H letilii t of Kttllty ii net Ii willing to an e, it III" M 'ill in e id life llllpl l-i-.ii. until iiiin..''il n;on him fur the a. .id r oi I"- wit. , I. m y MaiHhall. hiKl A in; nut. Illv M .N.'W son II honor at a dinner ut Ihe Iotux tonight ami In Iiih HddreHH look the reeent visit of Ihe wentern wo-ernorH to New York inn! other ea.Hern eitie.1 an tin- huciH lor urKum' iit for wipini! out all mil inn. 1 1 line.-, lie urued that It would he a voofl thini; for the east ei n kovi riinrH to return the visit. The iiddreKM niade no referenee In Ihe polllliiil Hlliiatlnn. I'revloiiHly, linwi'ViT, lioviilior lliirinon had ex pressed toirprise that enineideiitally :i with hit, visit here he has I rieruls w ho (.jure reported to he iirrn nnlti-4 to open In a ihl iia 1 1 1 i s In HiIm eit y In siiiport of him fis i-amlldate for the denioeratle niimltia linn for president. The gover nor dei -lured emphatically that Ills visit was without politieal Hlinifleanee find dei lined 1" express himself In eouiieetloti w ith the demoerat ic tiuini lia I Ion, In , f. 1 1 kI 1 1 i-r Ihe (.'iiest of the evonim; lor what he Innl done as governor of lihln and ileeliiriiiK' thai It was iih kov iTtiiir that he was I.eliiK honored to nlKlil. Wt. flair MeKelway, editor of the llrnnklyn Kai-ile, said the o easlon wiih "neither H nominatliiK eotiven t Ii in or li rut il lea t Ion ineetitiK. It Ih an oeiiision of i i-i 1 ii it Ii i ti . roHpoet and salutation." tlovernnr Ilarinon spoke in part iih follows; "The line hetween tin north and smith has lo!r' sim e dlsiiiipeared, innl i iirHed he the mind that eiineelveH and the hand that attempts to draw a line hetween the eiiHt and west." Yet there are Mllll some, n ailded, who, from Hellish motive, would lixht and fan the flame of illsi old hi'tween thelll; hut he preilieted that the (lemll ki.kiii' of hold ri'Kiotis will fall. '.Surely, whether they (tlit govern ors) realized It when they started or not, their mission whh more than eom morelal, more than industrial. It wnt, one w hleh will do mueh to Insure mu tual understauilinu and koo, will." ' I know we all find these HpeelmeiiH of manhood ami i Itlz. nshlp to our Ilk Inif and that they will xlvo ii isnod re port of IIH. . "Nnhnily w ho met and heard these lypklil specimens of the cltl.enshlp of our newer states can he made to he llevf that the Ilium allium and experi loentH Iii liiiiHitiini'iil vilili Ii the- Hre nakliiiK' there. Indicate hostility lo ' American ideate ami insllt iitions. "KVoryw here the Weill, the KllVer- nois met the men who do thlnus rath er than the men who sav thiims. 'i'bex even iiil 1 1 '.-. I lulu Wall Street and sat at meat with repiesciitativeH of the mum v power ami one of them Inft n,.tliliiL. I.ut hli voice . a ml the i.Iiih not even that, find they did tin! 'tltnl displac visit wi' Khali tnesH mill Pti- erny who are w.-rUinn such wonders of develo,'luetlt With the iioIhi'Iiss lirohletiiH of Industry and shall Indue our lusty youni; comiiionwealths hy Ihem and wlnit thev hae accomplish ed in unod liiivi niini'iii Instead of hy loud and tutolet-iint declamation. "I lielieM the visit ol the governors will he remein lieri-d jim tin- opening of i new era of hearty li'iml will anil operation amntig Komi cfti (lliillt t he I mil." I mauler ol ..- w it,-. ..n-y Marshall, last I , y . - i COME" See what s back -xr-Tsra, '',''',-"',f' VtilffiT;! .'I -O f2 fl- "When we return Ih P. 4L fXtf lTi. I I .,UmJLn3 I meet the men nl earn Jv vfJ -a 11. -cj -iifczM:! ! Mm) CANDIDATE j FOR NOOFFICE r j Commoner Divlaies He is in The best is none too good wnen ,ijij you install a Filing System. i Ho f'Y.M ! OlEy "'; make Cabinets to fit every 1 . i business. I I TlTH&OWlANUEACTURINg 'MnDNSTATI 0 NERY (t) . LEmpressv r-f- i,'-'-y!Li Ft) FLOUR i m the answer to every Baking Problem. Its Firer-Whiter arvol More Uniform. Made by LARABEE'S Famous GERMAN PROCESS. il a nocf m . i : . r; i? v.'arc rs to Noli) Others Who it'lieves Can Poll More t'S Than lit1, Morning 4imrii:t. HMM-til 1 ,F4 H'lr. I'ei-ii. .. Jan. r. am not i HI. lid. it., for aliv i. nn anil wh it sa m iw i.wvht to l,i aeeepted. I Meftlv l.elleve.l In .revlllllH IHill- ai' ili.it I wniila p. i!i tn.. la tn st vote of in. man in Ihe Held, hut I have aii idea that there nn others 1 he can poll more oles tliHIl I all. and 1 inti wiif-k mure i-iiiiirHtK for j I lii lll t hall tor myself. 'When I miv this let no man think 1 am out ,.f politicH. I ciin work mure If.-. ti.v now than wh.-n I was I. nr. I. lied Wll ,-illldld 1. v." Tins wis the declaration InTl nltlil lli nn J r.i van in aildrcss ii. u an .I'l-li. nee Iii Hi,. I:. Heigh auditorium. A telegram received at police head iiartcrs signed hy Chief ehasllaii. of l.os Angeles, anooiiin id that the tin n had heen taken Into eiistodv and had admitli-d their Identity. I if fliers will he sent from here to hring the men to Chicago as soon as requisition can he ohtained, It wan an nounced. . .. i-.aiifinnn whs shot and killed on the nUht of liecemher 1!. She and I'.-r hnsl and were almost at the gate way of their home on the north side woeri an auturnnliih drove up and stopped. Three men emerged from the machine, ran up to the couple and one of them, flourishing a revolver, de manded their viilualiles. Mr. Kaufman asked them to span their liven when one of the handits struck him down. Mrs. Kaufman screamed and leaped toward her hiiHhand. A Hhot wiih lired and the hullet struck her In the tem ple, killing her. The handits fled. William K. Channel, who confes'-ed he had driven the rohher's aiitomo- hlle, w hich he said, he had stolen earl ier In the evening, named as his om '"nloiiH Fred Kouehatn, known as the "ltig Fred," Stacey and "Towhead" KnherientiH. The last named, C'hunnel said, fired the fatal shot. ltoneharn whh found a week later In southern Illinois and his confession corrohorHted that of Channel. He too, named llaheneau um the actual as sassin. Iloneliam and Channel have heen held to the grand Jury. Iytirge rewards were offered for the capture, of the slayers. i !ivn under my hand, anil the Great Seal of the Territory of New Mexico, at the City of Santa Fe, the capital, on thiH Nineteenth diiv ol Decern bert A. D. 1911. NATHAN JAFFA, Secretary of New .Mexico. i-i-tirii ate of StiM'k ' ltolilcrs' Xon l.lahility of lllglllmid Cemetery As MM'iation. This is to certify that the under signed, beir.g all of the original in corporators who have filed the cer tificate of incorporation of the above named corporation, thereby associa ting themselven together undet and hy virtue of trte lawn or the Territory of New Mexico. lo) and on behalf of themselves, all oth er stockholder, who may become as sociated with them and said corpora tion, do hereby declare that there .'hall be no stockholders' liability on account of any stock issued by said corporation, and that all stockholders of said corporation shall he exempt lroin all liability on account of any stock Issued or held by them, except such liability for the amount of the capital stock certified to have been paid, in property or cash, at the time of tlie coinmeniement of business. The statutory agent of said cor I poratlon Is Chester T. French and Itt I principal ofrice of business is at num ber alii West Central Avenue fn tli city of Alhuiiierque, New Mexico. In VV'itnesH Whereof, we, the said incorporators, have hereunto set our hands and seals this fifth day of De cember, A. I). 111. (SKAL) C'HESTKR T. FHKXCH, JOHN I. Kl'KI', j.i.oy'd ii iwsak I 'v'fH BRYAN PLAN FO OPEN CAUCUSES 'Tin DEFEATED House Democrats Led By Lead er Underwood Adopt Code of New Rules Proposed By Rep resentative Palmer. lly M.irnliiK .Imirniil Him-hil l.rnsl Wlri Washington, Jan, li. Fiituto rmi cuscm of tlie democrats of the house oT representatives will be conducted under new rules, which, while they do not answer the demand of William .1. 1 1 ry ii ii for an open caucus, satisfy the deiiiocrallc lenders In the house. The democrats met in secret session r tin hour- today. After protract- f. id di ll.pr, Acknowledgment. Territory of New Mexico, County of Iternalillo, ss. in this fifth day of December, A. 1).. lftll before me personally ap peared Chester T. French, John I. Kueh and Lloyd Hutifaker, to me known to be the persons described lr a rid who executed the foregoing in strument of writing and severally ac knowledged that they executed the same as their free ana voluntary ai and deed. In witness whereof I have hereun to set my hand and seal the day ant. year first above written. (Notarial Seal.) WILLIAM C. OF.STUF.ICH, Notary public Hernalillo Co., N. M My commission expires Septcm Third, H Kihlnrsiil, Xo. 70J5. Cor. Uec'd Vol. 6. Page 141, Certifi cate of Stockholders' Non-Liability of Highland Cemetery Association. Filed in office of Secretary of New Mex ico, Dec. l!l, 191 1, 10 A. M. NATHAN JAFFA, Secretary. Compared O. F. K. to J. O. Territory of New Mexico. Office of the Secretary. i:htikk'.tk or (omimiusov I, Nathan Jaffa, Secretary of the Territory of New Mexico, tlo hereby certify that there was filed for rec ord In this office at ten o'clock ti. m. on the Nineteenth day of December, A. I).. 1911: Article., of liicoi 'sii-atlon of IIK.HMXII C KMKTKHY ASSOCI ATION. NllllllNT 7021. and also, that 1 have compared the following copy- of the same, with the original thereof now on lite, and de clare it to he n correct transcript therefrom and of the whole thereof. (liven iiiidet; my hand and the Ureal Seal of the Territory of New .Mexico, at the ( Ity of Santa e, the Capital, on this Nineteenth duv of December, A. D. 1'Jll. NATHAN JAFFA. Secretary of New Mexico. bate, a t sctltatlve Article of Incorporation of HIGHLAND CHMKTEItY ASSOCI ATION. HE IT KKMKMIIEIIKH, that we, Chester T. French, John I. Uueh and Lloyd llunsaker. the undersigned, citizens of the I'nlted States and of i the Territory of New Mexico, residents of the city of A lbuiiieriiie, in the county of Hernalillo in said Territory, have tills day associated ourselves to gether lor the purpose of forming a corporation under the laws of the Ter- t itorv of New Mexico, lor the purpose.) herein stated, and to that end do i si ii ii i ion in oooseil Itv i A. Mitchell Palmer of hereby make, adopt and declare the I'l'iiiisviviiiua and a compromise on the llrvan plan, was adopted by a vote of 111.) to :'7. The twenty-seven who ' ' -'t -ii.-t it favored opened the can, Us to tin; press. i lie new run s provide that a rec ord vote on demand of one-fifth of those present and that a Journal be kept for publication. Debates and nth. er Incidents In the meeting will not be made piil'lic, 'Ihe rules Were propo-ed by com mittee appointed Heveral months a-;o. Speaker Clark, one of the committee, owing to his illness, was not present at the caucus. Iteprcscntative "scar tnderwnod, floor leader, engineered the movement by which the Ittv.ni men were defeated. The fond between Mr. Itrvati an, I Mr. I'mli-i w on, is lasted tor many tiinlilhs and the de feat of the Itnan open iiiucus move ment at this tune Is taken as another vlctorv tor lb,. Alabiimii leader. Kepresi titalive Foster of Illinois and Hepri-H.-ntiitive tiray of Indiana led the debate tor the l.ryan plan and liepres. nt. uive Harrison of M l-ms-ap-pl moved to amend Ihe Palmer r. .o- I'V or incorporation, to- making all i ,i ii. us. s of the i til open to newspaper men. This feated two to oho. The Vote l.v v rules were adopted waB naya but was not made BRUTAL RANGING OF PERSIANS BY RUSSIANS -!0SS Sit. .1.1 I ) ilff or o fa- v ("into St O.KiM', Slow I) p of ln-loyaliy Mill.. 11 I ut nr. was d, w hi. h the a. Ii v Venn and public. James J. o Itvmc. of Patterson V J.. was iippointi d Journal cl.-i k ..f the i ileus. 'I he caucus a, .proved the oom- nsslutiiiient to vacamii-s rec ommend., t t,v m,. committee m wavs and means. I;, pi vs. in at i e Stephens Is asslsnod to ihe coinmiiiee on accounts and the committee . Indian all. ills; Itrpre seiilalive T.fimrt of Kansas to the agrn ulture ami the committee on ex penditures In the trciimirv dcpHil meiit. Kept, si ntative M.Kellar ! Ti IUH I.W1 tn military affair and ruil wavs Hid cue, Is and Representative li. dt obi of N..a York to the enmmtt ti. on invalid pension. I follow ing artii. li i wit: ARTICLE 1. The name of the corporation shall be "Highland Cemetery Association." ARTICLE II. The principal office of the corpora tion shall be in tlie city of AlnUi'iicr iuc, Hernalillo County, New Mexico, for the present at number 001 West Central Avenue in said city; the per son in charge thereof and upon whom process against the corporation maj lie aervrd Is Chester T. French. ARTICLE III. The purposes for which said corpor ation Is formed are as follows: To ac'iuire by grant, donation, purchase or otherwise a auitahle tract, piece ot portion tif land at or near the city of All lliUeriUe. Hernalillo (.'utility, New Mexico, for the purpose of establlsh- ' Ing and maintaining a cemetery or (burial ground; tu own and to hold the same; to plat and lay out hai.l trait ' of land In suitable form and to ir jugaie. beautily, Impiove and inaln f ti, 1 11 the same; to sell, donate or ilis t piw ut burial lots In said cemetery: Do imt aih.w your kidney and Mad der tin III le t,, develop Lev. .ml the nn. h of ii. .-.tn In,. Take Pol. y Kl.l riev pills. 1 la i uive nun k result n.1 n p irr. cuinrit ie with suipris lli i." pi i ti , .... --J. . o'Hielly. LEGAL NOTICES. uch other lawful acts and things as mnv be requisite ami ne cessary to enable salt! corporation to properly, fullv and effctually carry out (he purposes lor wmch It Is ln- nrporateil ; ami to buy, sell, own, hold and deal In real and personal prop erty of every description. ARTICLE IV. The capital stock of ald corpora tion shall lie Six Thousand Dollar., (Sti.000.utl) divide, into aixty equal share of the par value of one hun dred dollars each, and shall be lion-aiu-essable. and the amount or capital sunk with which said corporation will t eminence business will be Twenty one Hundred Ixdlars t2.lu0.uii). . HTICLE V. The name and postotfice iiddresi e of Ihe incorpoiaii.rs and the num ber of shares mil. scribed for T.y u Ii are : Chester T. French. AlhuiueriUe. New Mexico, 111 share. John I. Kueb, Allu.ii.-r.,ue. New Mexico, i shares. Lloyd llunnaker, Albuiueriir. New MiXlc. 1 share. Tuberclecide Treatment to Be Exposed The Tuberclecide Company, which opened up offices lo this city less than flve months ugo and which claims to lead the world in the treatment of tu bficulosls, made the startling prop osition to any local physician that the physician in charge of the Albu querque office would take a number "of tubercular patients in the last stages of tuberculosis and treat them free of charge. If their physician would turn them over to the Tuber clecide physician for treatment. The patient's name arid condition, and the physician's name were to be published every two week in our city papers, that the world mUht watch the prog ress of the patient. The Tuberclecide Company also made two applications to the United States government to turn over a number of patients In the last stages to be treated by the company's phy sician free. The government him been corresponding with the company in regard to this matter. The Tuberclecide Company now conies forward with another proposi tion. They will rent a hall at their own expense and Invite any physician who make" a specialty of treating tubet. jioiis to be present with tuber cular patients whom he hits treated during the past four months with mercury, tuherolin or any other treat ment. The patients who have been taking tuberclecide will also be pres- nt to state their condition four months ago and their improvement to date. This will give all treatments used In this city a test. If there is any treatment that is better than Tuber clecide, let's find it. If Tuberclecide is the best, let all the physicians join and place Tuberclecide before the world as the treatment for tubercu losis. If the test shows that tMere is anything better than Tuberclecide, tho Tuberclecide . Company w ill nt once drop Tuberclecide and recom mend the treatment that is proven to be the best. There will be a lecture given by Charles F. Aycock on the treatment of tuberculosis; how to avoid con tracting It, its effects on the human system, and the history of Tubercle cide and Its effect In the work of elim inating the tubercle bacilli. Any phy sician wishing to do something for the welfare of those who are dyln of the great White Plague, let him call at the office of the Tubercle: Ida Company and arrange for this pub lic demonstration to take place In this city next week, as Mr. Aycock will go elsewhere to open up another office and would like the endorsement of the physicians of this city as to the merits of Tuberclecide. which Mr. Aycock feels that he will get at this meeting. , The managing physician for the company has treated 34 patients from this office, and 33 of those were patients who were given t,) by your best physicians as being in the last t-tages. and hopeless cases. All of those except one are on the road to recovery. I am told that there were 24 died of tuberculosis In December. At that ratio there would be 108 who have died since this office opened. The patients who have taken Tuber clecide are all alive and improving, except one. The Company doe not Claim that Tuborclwlde will cure every case: but they do ask If there Is a physician In this city, with the aid of a sanitarium, who has made such a record as that made by Tuber clecide in the past four months? If Tuberclecide had only put ten of the 34 patients on the road to re covery after physicians had pronounc ed them hopeless. It Is a (3od-end to humanity, and the world should know about it. Physician In California and Ari zona are recommending Tuberclecide. We have a 'phvsician In thi city taking Tuberclecide and improving. OFFICES 44-45-46 Barnett Bldg. i iim i. i i i. t in. .M1 J...f I! vm4 I , i.t ol Mm tu . iIh wni1ini. at.- 4 4 MiNrt-Mn. I li I ! i I , n V M. In i. .. It M I. t !.. I .I t II l'- k I - i r. .1 . t I .. . . the Hggregate of whose subscription i Twentv -one Hundred Dollars. 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