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THE ALBUCUERCUE KORKtriG JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MARCH 24, 1912.
FIV2 SUFFERED NEARLYJWELVE YEARS MOVEMENT U NO E R LORDSB U R G IV FLL PERUtMY RELIEF. V Nnsltl CtUnrrli nnd IikIIkpmUoii. " 'Mr? James P. Braeketl, 43 W. 43d St., New York City, N. Y., writes: "For nearly a dozen years catarrh has bothered me in one form or nnother I was troubled -with nasal catarrh that had affected my stom- ch which troubled me most In the morning. My apnettt-j was poor, and I did not seem to relish my foott. Indigestion bothered me at times, also. I was advised to take Peruna, and I look it ns prescribed for a month, when my t'Ure wns almost complete. Today th'-ro Is not a trace of ca tarrh in' my .System, and I can say without hesitation that Peruna cured me.' ' ' f' - . ..'. . Catarrfi i;if- 'nhil Ktoniaeh. s Mr. Frank Utchter, 309 Kast Second 8t.,' Winona, Minn., writes:- "As a remedy for qntarrtt 1 take pleasure in recommending, i'cruna for catarrh of liio slomnclt. . , ' "My entarrh.wiin principally located In my head and stomach. 1 tried many remedies without success. 1 tried several doctors, imt they were unable to cure me. I read of Peruna in the ihiuts and five bottles cured System In Ilnd Condition. Mr. Michael Itoonny, , 26 Firth St., Watervliet, NT. Y., writes: "If I had known of Peruna years avto I should have been saved mucn soffcrinir, t'nder ,. tureloHsni'sa, and i x(ioHiire In my younger years my sys tem not Into a very bad condition bu I'oro 1 was aware of it. "My friends advised me to try Pe runa, for which f am very thankful, as it has cured me in two months.'.; WAY TO MAKE CRUGES DRY HAVE ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT Prohibitionists in Mesilla Valley Former Deming Power Corn Metropolis Will' Endeavor to pany Officials Financing New Have :tho. Anti-Saloon Ticket Public Utility for Grant Coun Elected. ' I ty Town. BAD F 01 AMONG CIS DISCUSSED BY FLO IRWIN Well ' Known Comedienne with 'I'Madame- Sherry" Gives : few-Hints on This All IrapOrt nnt Sub feet. Many girls are In "bad form" with out suspecting it, says Flo Irwin, the well known coined lenno 'with "'Mad- CHICHESTER S PILLS WVT TUB IMAMONI ItANl. Millri! aik jour iru 4 liltkea-tfrt IMamon I'lIU In Iftd l.-nci, teaiett itii 1'..L .ik. Ul X llO.MU IIIIAKI I'll.l.H, : VA vetnlrnomi tt Bit. Safir t Always KH1 't J0I.B BY rUfiOISTS tVERYWHtRf A. IT dflrundS liluo RIMoa. Y mi.raimtnranmi Hudson for Signs Wall Paper HUDSON " Fourth for Picture Street and Frames Copper Ave. aine Sherry," which will be presented at the Klks' theater next Friday night. Here are a few tilings little considered that are popular, but not In good taste. Ino,uisltiveness Have you never pried into personal affairs , by Ues lion? ,. '. I lioisterous Noisy fun. especially In publle, is common, In both sense of the word. A girl can Mvc. i gooa time -without laughing and talking at a high pitch. Practical Joking. What seems pure wit to the perpetrator, to the victim la sllipiu norsepiay ana down right malice. , Intrusion Soma girls have no re spect for privacy. They burst Into a Closed room without knocking, offer their society unasked and will Inter rupt the most earnest conversation I without even n perfunctory, "I beg your pardon." Disloyalty Tt is III bred. If nothing else, to run down those' to whom you owe fualty or to betray a friend's con fidence. Even- worse Is It to discuss family affairs with outsiders. . Ilickering Girls may not mean anything when they argue before a third party, but the listener Is Just us uncomfortable ns though the dis putants were at daggers drawn. Es pecially poor taste la it for one to argua with her fiancee or husband In publle. ' Ilrngging What if you ore a belle, have hosts of suitors and trunks full i,r flno clothes. The girl of Eoorl taste allows the world to discover her popularity and good fortune; she does not thrust them upon it. . . Slang There is a big reaction In favor of the girl who can enjoy life to the full, yet keep her respect for good English. , - : 1, Fibing Truth Is right, likewise well bred. The girl whose word Is worthless, who wiggles out of every uncomfortable situation, who tells you one thing and her next confident an other is bad style. Rheumatism STOMACH TROTOI.F.S KIDNEY AILMENTS Faywood Hot Springs It cures, and you remain cured, we know, and ypu will, if you try It Considered the greatest Kidney water on earth. Why not vlsvt FAYWOOD nOT SPRINGS first, since you will eventually go there, anyway? Large modern hotel. Perfect cli mate. Booklet T. C. M'DERMOTT, "The Inrinil." FAYWOOD, NEW MEXICO. O u N D THE W O R L D TWO CRUISES -O TSB VICTORIA LUISE Fran Tart N. 12. 112 fnm Saa Frtacuc Ftfc. Z7. 1 I J Wa m MaaWa. Stmrn. k. En. r fw. ). w UbaaY wdS Owriaad Ammm Taaa. INLAND EXCUHMONS AND SID 1 RU'S OPTIONALI 17 (niUi TQUU iMhsaJva Duratioa 110 Days Each r .. - rhJ4a HAMBURG - AMERICAN J02 MiTr . r i i. irx im ii, litxal Agent. how tlon, UpM of brain u. du to DANGERS OF FAT How Fat Affects tin Irnln. .Tuat how fat af feet, snd finally troys th brain, is not cttr knows: raver, arfinTt- and final coU tla-Ihla cant. Is rra rmimt oocitrrance. Head pal"". Sesvlsea whlcfc ar. often eiperlenced by ft people, mar mdlcata that thla denrtln prooea. I. Imminent. Tha r.tr -f thla fatty tlaain t S'emal hraln ab-n.n'-a. may snd proh.hly will rewU lh overpr.Klu.-t ln of fat hi atopped la other parts t the h'-dr Thouaand. of fat people hare depended entleely f' re.luetinna ta normal welsht. nporn Mar m. li prenerlptlon Tableta. whleh are made after the eaaet formula, ft the fnv.ue liql.t Preprint I. While taklna theae tibleta f. the re du.IL.n cf fst. n diet ins ercle ire nerearr. aa a redi-lon nt ! t 1 ,. a day la aeompllahed by pee venik.n aa well ae elimination of fn Marmola rreorlptlon Tahleta are "! at all draealala or the Marrnola C . Farnwr mrtg . Ix-trolt. Mich . at the unlf.fl-m prl.e ..f 3e for a lare eaae. They rem-e the ft already f eme prevent It. ref .r.-nlniu eleer the e..m , and tor up the entire yem fftperlal r,reep,H(1en -e o- M,.ote .tMent Imi ("rr.e:'S, X, M., Munh 2S.-I.ns Crisses Is hK mlitit vevy -mitrti 'nfil tatod over the sab i n question. The city election will be btld n ,pr1 "d, anj the nnll-i nl.-on nu n ni'e tndiav orinj to elei t fie ittinrllnen who will refuse to renew saloon Heenres. Some weeks ngo several sntl-Fsloon men met and dll ensued the coining election wi:h a vli w t f closing the '"kaloons. . A idhsm .tneetiii whs called and on fxocuilve i.mmHteo elocit-d. One hundred mn promised to sup port the prohibiten movcilicnl. A commluee win nppnluietl to confer with democratic' find republican lead ers to see If nn agreement could be reached. The anti-saloon nun of fered to vote for any five men who would promise to,, abolish sitlor.na. Saloon supporters nrgued that the city is now iiiHtalllng a wnler works and sewage system. nnd 'lliiU these en- terprlsoH nre.th" paramfnt Issue. The nntl-saloon men afRHe that business men can be elected who will cIofo the saloon nnd mumigu thirdly, af fairs also. . lloth the old parties are trying to have 0 board consisting of two re publicans.' two democrats and a non partisan man.-"' flu far tftey have not succeeded and the. situation Is be coming somewhat tense. The election will be held a week "from next Mon day. Ilullillng Modern Homes. Sine January 1 the progressive and Enterprising cltl.ens of Las Cruees have idiiekcned their pace on erecting large business buildings and are glv lng their attention lo the erection of modern residences. Many residences In all parts of the elty are now in the course of construction. Dr. Cornell has just completed o fine $3, Slid brick bungalow. Mr. Duxonberry will have another hand some residence completed Soon.. .Ed ward C, Wade, Jr., hn a location, on the, Alameda near Cornell nDUxen berry, and will soon erect ii modern residence. ' ' J. M. Forbes recently bought sev eral residence jites on the Alameda and has contracted for four two-Htory tatlldlngs. - . , -- - - ' Charles Hosmer has Just completed an apartment house on Miranda street. Miss Nick Oross and Pave Chauvin iare .now building modern residences on Miranda street. II. h. Lesley has purchased tpn lots on r.nx'o street and Is having a $3,800 residence erected. C. W. East has Just completed a handsome residence in Hlnton addition. Several smaller cottages are being built. W. M. Adair, who was recently burned out, is erecting a large busi ness building on the corner of Origgs and Brownlee. The Martin Lohman building, for many years an old land mark, will soon be remodeled and occupied by Martin May. The churches of Las Cruces are by no means behind In the building movement. The Catholic church re cently remodeled their building at a cost of $5,000. The Methodist and Presbyterian churches are now rais ing funds for new building. The Methodist church has raised several thousand dollar and will erect a new $10,000 building soon. The Map trst church has a building site on the Alameda and several thousand dol- j lurs pledged. The Episcopal church has a site and will build this year. I Knee's' Oneree pon.lenr i Monties: Journal wrair.E. .". .M.. March 22. Ijilrla- I burg Is to have a new up (o date elee- l lrlc light. Ice and water plant. Messrs Murray and Layne, former proprle i tors of the Ib-mlng electric and Ice I plants are financing their new enter j prise. Robert c. Cameron, who has been general mnnager of the Denting i plant, is to have charge of the plant that Is to be Installed at I.ordsburg. This plant win ,e equipped with ma chinery that will be capable of fur nishing , 300 horsepower. . The plant Is to he located on the eastern terminus of town on a plot of ground adjoining the res idence of Mrs. Simpson, and this will Place the plant close to the railroad right f way belonging to the. South ern Faelftd Compiyny. The company will furnish water to the Southern Puelflc Company; this will amount to u hum 300,000 gallons per day. A (ontpteto water supply system Is to be put in operation. Water Is to . be secured from wells lying one-half nt a mile north of town. in addition to fur nishing water, IIrIU nnd ice to the town and railway company, arrange, ments have been-perfected whereby the mines In the Shukespeare district are to be furnished with current for light and power purposes. Work will Commence on this plant within the next fifteen days, nnd the construc tion of the. plant will be pushed as rapidly as possible. Rev, H, M. Ilruce has returned from a business trip to El Paso.1 Attorney It. Hamilton has returned from Silver City, where be had been attending court for several, days. Mrs. Charles L. Hubbard has gone to the Palmnaaj Hut Springs foi- u few days. Mrs. L. .P. Tucker returned Thurs day from I' (hopping trip to El rs(- Lewis Ileal, a former resident of Dealing, nV now of fturita Hita, ar rived .In.ifjbptilng fy.dnesday evening on a business trip. " 1 Joseph Leahy, n prominent mer chant un iiainlng man of Lordsburg, wild traniiuUng business In Deming Thursday.) 5 ; illss Jwlfe Field returned Thurs- ,duyt morrfliflti to, Wit Mme M.L Chicago. shd had Mm vislltng here for some time withjrv'atlves.. Mrs. Nejjll auinttjr departed Thurs 1ar".: morula for El ' Paso to visit friends. " R. II. "ve Is transacting business atVEl Po Wile week, j jdessrs faipton gnd Hound, of On nrUo, Canada, reached Dcmlng last night In an Overland runabout auto mobile. They left .today for Les An geles, The gentlemen are wealthy mine owners and are spending the winter touring the country. ' O. H. Peeler, of Manila, P. I Is visiting for a. few days with his friend. J. A. Kealy. Messrs. Peeler and Keiily were In the same company when they were In tne army of the Philippines. The track scales In the Southerh Pacific freight yards are now being repaired. The wooden beams are be ing replaced .wit h . steel girders and concrete- work. STATE EDUCATIA L JEW POWER PLANT BOARD HOLDS ITS LONGEST SESSION (Relieves CATARRH off I the 1 r mm a m mm aa.ee aw a kiaWwn I a .aa ana an Lu. swoons: i: Will I IH) r -w ' ' - 0s S y tVWj i VeVVVVeVyyW Mm The state educational board ys terday completed the longest session In its history, according to a state ment made last night by Dr. C. M. Lhtht. president of the Silver City Normal School. Dr. Light whs In the city on his wsy home. He discussed the work of the noxrd at length. "The state educational board at its meeting In SanUt Fe. whkh was the longest session on record." he snld. "disctisaed v-ry thoroughly the mat ter of a complete revision of the xchiMil laws of the stale. The Idea of the rtunty unit system awms to have a good deal of support, hut I Cannot say whether It will lie put .Into force nr not.. "The governor has appoint t s mm-niitt-e to recommend nv changes needed In the school laws of the state. neeetwary to put th-m In harmony with the constitution, and this com mute, will work all next we -k on the matter, making a complete revision of the laws If necessary. The week following I will work on the matter, and lale In that week, the sti,te eluea tional twMrd, with t he cmrnlf tees on e. lu.alion of both houeea, will mwt and dim-tins It. The et.mmlttfe ap pointed by the governor consists of City Unperlnte-ndent J. fl. Ilof-. of Tucttntenrl: County Superintendent M. f. I x-n Maraia. of Veg:s: I T. M. I. Taylor, of A Her: tate Superinten dent A. N. White, snd myself." fir. Ueht ssiid that the attorney .Hi'Tti would render an opinion t miirrnir on th- riuewlbrti of the. right or duty of the hoard to recommend s complete uniform n-vetem of hl(h rhool text tKKiks for the at ate. a mat tr nlw.ut whkh the board had some douM. Get a free $1.50 photo cou pon with a Journal want ad. SAVING MO ; IHOHTIILV Socorro Mines at Mogollon Prosecuting Work on Proper- . ty Vigorously; Other Notes of This District. (Saeetal Carraapuaaime tm Merata Jeeraall Silver City, N. M., March i'l. Fol lowing Is a review of mining opera tions In the Mogollons for the past week: . , Socorro Mines. The new power plant of le La Vergue oil entlnes Is effecting a saving of $7,000 per month over the wood fired plsnt. Th? three romrmrtment vertical shnft has at tained a depth of feet and has been cutting through the vein since retu-hlng 730 feet. Drifting on the1 ledge has been advanced e.ist nnd west a total of tin feet on the seventh level, 70it feet of which hits been in excellent ore. One-half ,,f the pro duction of 171 tons daily M being mlaed from the km eat level. Albtrta Mtninir Co. A good aver age grade ore has lcen struck In the east drift from the rrosarut tunnel at depth of nearly 10 fet. The Oaks Company. Two acts of leaaers are developing and taking out ore from the pacific. The grade de livered to the M-nlwood mill Is im proving with depth. The tunnel on the Johnson mine Is being repaired and advanced. Mrd Lock. The level hss been driven ea1 feet from the lM,ttom of the shaft In the pnst two months, t This l on the south branch of the! Lnst Chance vain. Krneetlne Mtnlng Co The bullion and eon-entrate pr'tto-t flaor.-a f,rt ten days of Mun h have n-t b--ni compiled aa thla -oe to re. Thel plant to maintaining Its ri'tular nallt ore treatment of ! tons; ttw grade rem-ilre higher than the usual aver-, age of the dietriet on iicc-trril of he large body of rich ore rece-n'lv dls-l e,efed In the ndtt funnel. hi. h nasi no4 dimlnlehed In ie or valne. i N-ep Imwii, The b-t t srel "WW numplirpys' Seventy-Roven Breaks up Colds nnd CaiiKirvnttoh of bciilib. tliei'o Is room for Improvement In the treatment of - dlenM-and the Conserving of lienltli - "Severn j'.wven". meets thee condi dltloiw In the treatment of tirlp nnd Colds, iM'cBitst "Se only-seven" goes illnvt to the nick spot, without ills turblng the rest of tlio system, A small vlnl of pb'nsant im-UcK (Its tint vtxl iMM'ket, At Driijt Slores 2.1c, or mnllitl. Ilumplircys Ibinxvi Medicine Co,, Cor. YVIIIInm ami Ann siii-i'Ih, New Votk. ; breaking ore and will start delivery to Dcailwood mill as noon ns the latter Is In operation, pending the Installa tion of new crank shaft on engine. Knterprlse Mining Co. It Ik report ed that work will be resumed on this property within the next thirty days. Mogollon (lobl A Copper Co, Leasers are sinking the winze and taking out ore on the Llltle Charlie mine. Treasure Mining Mining Co. The water power plnnt on White Water creek Is furnishing ample power for operation of both mine and mill. The regular production of H tons per day Is being maintained. ANOTHER TOURIST WANTS TO KNOW ABOUTSTAMPS 1 i f : if i I f ... Old Joke About Two Cent Postal Rates Being. in Force Hero Perpetrated by Unusually Dense Easterners . If there is nnyi'hlng that will make n loyal New-Mexican warm and per spiring under his neck linen, It' Is to have some well intentloiied, but In nocent, easterner Inquire Whether New Mexico is In the United States, and the statement holds even ninri) trnfl now that New Mexico Is a real state than It did when Ii was merely a tcr lltory. " - Such nn Incident tnolt place j'esterJ day at a, local telegraph offlco, nnd that the telegrnph employe held his temper nnd answered his Inquirer courteously merely showed bow truly courteous tct.'Klapli men art. . After Inquiring the rate on tlflv seven words lo a little tovn In Maine, protesting against the extraordinary chnrxes extorted from a lone woman and borrowing a pencil ' from the clerk, saying she could not write with a pen, a middle aged lady, hearing all the hall-mnrks of the tamed and ef fete llinginwn-on-the-Mudson ladles' tailor, Inquired In a calm nnd soothing voice, "Are two-cent stamps good here." The clerk had a fit of nervous pros tration, concealing It through , long experienced gained In forcing his face rot to betray him when playing poker. "Madam," ho said, "you nre still In the United Slates." "Iienlly," said the lady, with s hniiKhty glance at the clerk. And then she went off Into a garrulous fit of gabfest about matters In general and her message In particular, not forgetting what she thought of the telegraph company. All the time Rhe wns unaware of the reporter standing demurely by and absorbing eastern accent through every pore. "Come to think of It." murmured the long-suffering clerk, ns she de parted, "you may be 'yet' In the United .States, but Ml be darned If you're 'still' there or anywhere else," Save : Money salesmen will show yon how twenty years In this busi ness has taught us your want, and our aim Is .to satisfy them W.'ll. The volume of business enables us to sell ycu better goods at less money than you can buy them elsewhere, and we want a chance to show you. Don't fail to call on us when in need of Bug gies, Harness, Wagons or anything in Farm Ma chinery or Garden Tools. We Make The Price Albuquerque Carriage Co. ' ' -'-... ' ' Cornrr I list nnt Tljcra. LAND OF SUNSHINE AND OPPORTUNITY (My William Frexnlus, Irrigation En glneer, Helen, .V. M.) This Is a problem that has revolved the minds of many wise men and Is not a new problem, but the same question has been asked In nil gen erations, perhaps It will be asked un til the end of time. Napoleon I. said ability without op portitilly In dead and the reason in low are siiccessiui in ousiiiess is uuc Id tbe'fact Ihnt tunny urn Imperfectly developed mentally or physically or both.'' Many have not the power to decldm for themselves; nwtny have no Individuality; many belong to the same church that their parents be longed to) they know but little ahnut their jcliurch and less or nothing tilmui other churches, bul, of course, ihey are sure their church Is the trile one. Many belong to the same political party their lathers did. They do hot know why; but Ihey are sure their party Is always 1'ln.ht In every thing; tbey simply follow the foot steps of their fathers; they live ns their fathers did rind lived find think n tbey thought nnd Invest ns . they invested of course In nothing, nrirl naturally nreiunpllsh no more than their fathers accomplished. "s Tho great. mass of people aenm to be created to work for those who htivo more brains than they have themselves and ara contented to do wlMrt they are told to do. Many tif theso lalioriuK millions are quite egotistical, think they have great ability. If there only was ft chance, and IC there wns a chance they would accumulate as much money .is Hocke feller nnd HcMIh tlreen has, but there nevt r vns a chance. They never re allxe the(r opportunities; many do not appear to know when they have an opportunity nnd lack in perception. When some Investment Is called to their attention It Is nt once not a gisml Investment and drum up a plau sible excuse why they should not In vest nnd remain pessimists. There Is one opportunity that pre sents itself at present In New Mexico, that will yield more money for the lucky investor than anything that has been brought before the business worjd of public In general In many years. This Is land that can be Irri gated by means of pumping machin ery from underground flows of water oji.ahnlluw welts.' ir an Investment oil such lund liovV bilmiH 18 per cent the first' producing year on crops, II surely will bring 30 nnd BO per cent lbtor on and especially when It i cultivated by . expwrleiiced farmer who understand soil conditions. II somebody hud Shown Y. ickel'tller ol Motrin tJre'eil wbcro lliey cullld lulVB 1'i'nh mnklrtg 18 iicf cent In a sure real .estate investment when they Were .poor tin y . wold have traveled all plight borrowing money at -10 lr 12 per' cent In order to invest nt 18 per t'tlnt-r-thl way, tbey made (belt fortunes of improved iheir itpor tunnies. ' $100 Reward, $100 Tlir t'in'MH f thin tHiHr ltl hp Til'-oxM (n Ji'iirn flint llirr la at f'iit nnu rt,()ttl ilUt-riH thut tolt'iiri him jpn nlilo to cur In all ll fcirtKCN, Hiul t Ii it t U ('Nlarrh.- Iliilla Cntarrh u r in thf only iwwltlvit cit rt' now know it tli nu It'iil fintt-rnllv. rn(Hrrlt Wuvc tvmHUlul luiiul ilWonNe, VLMjiiinn emiwi ttutlmiftl ircntiiK-til. Vhill h Critiu'i-h rqit 1 tdlft'U ttitirnnl,.r. ntliiar til reel ly iiii th tilmirl anil iiukhmin mirfiifin f ttc j Ntt-m, tlirtN-hy il'Htr5-ttijr tlit fmi mint of t)i flaM'tiKt', una ittvlnff tht puilt-iit HiKHi hy liutldtiifr n' tin rki(rititut ttiii mul nWtlnjr tut turn In dnlnii ll work. 'I'hi irti(irltttM tirtvi an milch fnlih In Its -iirfltlvn pnww- that llif.r tirfiT tinf Hiuulntt liolhii-H lot itny mm t hu t It full to rMiif. Hi'ihI for lint nf d'HtliiiuiiluU. Ailtln'Mi r. J. ( ItLNKV ft CO,, Toledo, O. Hiil hr nil hnmtMn, TBt Tkp 1 1 H a t'Hiiillf X'llli fur fonstlpatitoi. mm m RSI 1. Pltl'IIIIHIIIISl, IV., Agent, Telephone J2'J tor Ib'moiistrallorl. NOT K. (Jin nil Ave. i CULLEfl'S COLORADO GROVH "ifR ThorsufM. oellmttss ( M IfM a. and kih altltudaa M M EES First class stock. TtuiMod or nrafted. WILL BK FaiCH DUO. Ani.les 10c. Cherries 12 linms 15. reaches Hu. Concord O rapes tlM I'er 100. Wi pay frelsht on $10 00 orders Of Nursery Btocg. ;.'..,. !),.. tlni Khrnlia lnea. Hull a. Rhnile Trees, etc. "2 vrotTAilr ei Frhe fiw Last bummeh'8 CHOP AND FLOWER OUCLrO FRC3H nun fiATALOO si jv:u vz;";: ri.. i , ut.,. r,n a.rih. Trlan. taiiilnr an. I awant. For twnuty-alx yeara Hi name "CULLEN" haa ausxl f..r high tjaslitr treea awl Ises-ls. 0I'1';ViTjail;naa',dJir mTmwmii'H A Skin of Bomvty f m 40f for , T. Fo't OourauiTs Orlnt4tf Qtmm or Mcic! Butif( kif. Mi!i '-'cb H an4 Ma Dim-, trn vary atnjia m brautf. and da Am lrtai1itt. ft doftvtMl tb tem f i i r-r. aiii ta m aarraicw) wt tasiN btirt ta property iLal Ae'apt toaf.untf frit of ataxia aat. Vr 1. A ri Ii4 t i te'if ef tii hafjt torn ift fuM wiiii: Aa fa )a1ii v I towaiaritf ftta araimra ' f -r ' 'f ail nn.atiisw UlC I bi' J nlait, ( aoaMI iwi ntt ;J D aSBSsa" m ar - ixKln li.tUcT lb I miT.rWVIlrV. J7C' JCSH SeWl -W There is no Remorse in "The Cold Gray Dawn of the Morn ing After" When You Drink Glorieta Beer Remorse Comes From Cheap Imitations of Pure Beer X j Southwestern Brewery & Ice Co. j ; Phones 57 and 58 Albuquerque, N. A. Albuquerque foundry and Machine Works Engineers, Founders, Machinists Oil Engines Electric Motors Small Pumpers Blowers meabon Pumps Pipe and Fittings Well Drilling Machines & Tools Mechanical Draft Brass Castings, Babbit Metal, Iron and Steel for Buildings, Hog and Cattle Titles. Get Our Prices. Works and Offices, Albz-rczrcvz,