Newspaper Page Text
THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MARCH 24, 1912.
EI5HT. air." Miss .Margaret Franklin, so- loisl. The liirablea of True Heart" will lie the theme at 7:. ill p. m. What in all the world t an be worth- no much us to find tlod and lo be choBcn of Him? PRISOrJER STARTS FIRE IN JAIL JIT CLOVIS u&, -r ,n The Endeavor topic at 6:40 p. in. i VJktrv 'Saloons and Their Allies." llaU. 2: 1-15. Our linticavor society reports 22 active members and 8 associate. What a power the.e can be when they Ke; Into the full bwuitf of Christian service. The church training srhocl meets at the church Wednesday evening:. Chap ter live ol toe texi is me lemon, "The Hock in tho World." Memorize some of those thriliinu; testimonies to the power of the liil.le. Twenty-four text hooka bine already been bought. New ones will lie ord'reil as soon a desired, ! TVrurr VJtwtl jlowa lhc7&o QiwrujLejjvlty rrvyncuL stiaMdimg tills ; Fiequent Inmate Resorts to Ex treme Measure to Create Ex citement; Also Tries to Dig Way Out, ldsl Corrriwlnirwr' Morning J-.nni.il I loVIS, N. M., Jill re n 2;. im'Imki millngsly. who la ji mote nr less frp- oocnt Inmate of thi. ilty Jail on lht charge of drunkenness, while on )HO t "Spree" yesterday wits re manded In the "cooler." lint lie li cltlod to ! all- an uiiiikiihI commotion by setting llr,. to th J;t 1 1. He nocord- Iritly gathered together a tnlsccl lime., us collection of bedding mid (; her Inflammable material and sot lire li l(. Fortunately, the lire wa die 'ftvercil Indole It did uny grc.il amount of damage either to the prison nr prisoner. Luler, when f ricixln nr tanged for hi horid and tho marshal " tit to release him, he wa In I he net of escaping hy mean of a holn he was Industriously making In the null of the jail hv removing brick. There wan no other primmer In Ihe Jul I m Oik time. I'liiiertil of Kindness Miiii Held. The hoily of J. H. Mural), accotn 1 1: nied hy his family, arrived here Hum Las Cruccs on n early morning li iilri, and Ihe I unii ii I was conducted fmrii the First Methodist church, Ttrv. Columbus A. Chirk, the, pastor, offi ciating, Mr. Murdi wax owner and ptoprlctor of the ('levin planing mill mui hHrt gone to Imk Crnoes early In the winter hoping for innw relief from the great while plague, wllh whh'h he wim afflicted, hut to no avail. Me lied In 1-it Cruccs two weeks ago, nnd the hoily wim taken to nil under t iker nnd cinhulmed for shipment, hut before the family started op their homeward journey one of the children was tHken with sen rift fever. Mrs. Marsh hud the body held until she could be released from quarantine nnd uet'ompuny It home for buriiil. Mr. Marsh was burled with Masonic honors nnd his funeral was th most hugely attended of any funernl here lor many month. Mrs. Msrsh will n.rtlnue to tiuikn Clovla the fmnlly homo. Dfitiiti'iHiic primaries Take l'liie In the ward convenilois here last night, held by the democratic parte, n victory wax scored In three of th four ward In favor of a business men's administration, us HKulnst the present administration, tine alder n'un was nominated from each ward nnd ten delegates elected from each ward to the city convention for the inn pose of nominating a mayor, clerk and city treasurer. The uldermer, I unlimited mhI night are: First ward, K. C fhlhlers; Heeond wnid, W. fi, liodaun; Third ward. Jack Hull; 1'ourth ward, V. I.. Townm-nd. Two Winds IliHtructed their deletfittes lt favor of V. Maker for city clerk, which Is the equivalent of a noinlna lion. The race for mayor seeiiia to btiVH narrowed down lo two men, vis.,' lotiiier Mayor K. H. Hull and Hunker U, !i. Oldham. However, it Is not fh llnllelv known yet whether Mr. Olo linm will stand for the nomlnution. even if It be tendered him. Trainmen IoIn tit limicr. The llrotherhood of Hnnway Train txen Kava a datie lam niuht at the Kll.s' hall M hi. h k mild to have been the most I. Milium arrair of Its kind held In t'lovla lor many moons. The hull was prolUMely rieeotaied and well ll'h-d with fiinlaatlc feet, which busied themselves till the wee small hours f lbs mornUiK. At 10 o'clock In the iViiiliiK the iiueMs repaired to .1 downtown cafe, where thejr weri. hi i vul an eh aiuit supper. Man Arretted on Serlotm liai'ue. 1 red Whitehead, of Texleo, came to Mols yesterday and complained in Rpcelal JudKe Abhott, who In now pi i Muling- over the district eourt of fill i y count v, that, one t". VV. Jones, alH.i of TeXIro. hud threatened h'r Hie, The Judue sent fee of the peaee, wh pl. tint aguliiet Jones. him to the ts- 'r. he tiled c .in Hherlfr Moyo arreslid Joiiee had an ugly gun went tu 'I'exleo and and when arretted hi on his person. He must, therelore. no-Her to two charues Ill-tin. I of one He iruve bond In the sum of 13110 for hie i. ppeui .itue here lor preliminary tlH: I. Note. . K. K.inxlil.in und lle, of Meb no..., wete in I'lmis toilnj. Mr. Itoi.Khtoii reports an lniii o emeiit In Ihe Kenem! i.li.llll.inii r his eoin iiiiinitv, and t tint Milium in, at work In .truest prep.iriiiK for the net erop. The theulei koIiin people of t'liil .n Ited the l.t.etiln theater hint mall' lor Ihe home talent mlnelnl pl.tx riteli bv Ihe lltHlllNtle Club of Ihe '.h it Klka' b.ibte. The pln ts s.ntl I.. hut f bIRlilv pleased be audlellte. U. M. TwigK. stand iiinster of the ll l-Vlluws' lo.lee of New M.-xl.,,, in i'lolf- today on his oltl. lul vikii Mv tun : Koi Im m lelt today for l.'tii Iii.i. X. M.. where he has sev-' li.l l.lltltlllli! olltr.l.t. He will a. I All Hie vprlnK In that mlnlnit I. v. .i. His .,nnn tiieii.ls cave bun it I .r-wi II pmtv last lllullt lit til. I...l.ie of his patents In West Clovls. I lie fil,i,.t t, Mim Kilns t'lark sur p: . d her last niiiht with it I.iiiIi.Ihv I .11). About thlll Kin Is Here l ie int. Vartoim coliteet Kitties fnr- S -1- t , .1 the milillrlll. nt ml (li tt'i bt k. t.h.ll Hie Kuesls Htle ltnil.il Into III. i in i. u iimiimi, here .i niamiooih I til,, lay eke io-uiiring ilvhteei, " "i d,jit. t. i r ,. e.t ihe dining i'.'e. It unit sin i,, hi,. , , ,y f.nilletn ii.l.ie.i e.n.'li.- l.,.ii ,,,u.i,. niHile a -ll lor tbt o.ik I.. in and blew out a . .utile Kellislirielils lie rreHIlt Mil take Here st-tte.l. i untv vi,ieii.oi..i,er I', n irn. I r.( of H.tliu.r. n.l V. H. I i.oiKhioti. I kt.Hrr. are bi le t. r a s.t i. . t. the t on.miKsitiiiet" t,,uil. STUDENT BRAKEMAN IS RUN OVER AND FATALLY INJURED IVsxtsI lhsalrB to (W Slt ImmtmmX r..ste:i, N. .. W .rt h it I.., k htl,-st sit pp.t.g t.niti ttte ot-tin I ir.it k. l!it-tttv lit fr,.til nf e li. I ml. .it,. I e ilila I V tr, till iratn it- i im l.ihi. s,ni ti .tt Itete, itrrln I nit. m Mnd.nl Irnk'Hisn. ti.it,i i .I the trim mi .f Hie s.m h l.un.l ,i-i"i H- run i.tt-r and f;.t 1 1 in nr.. I His stall ruht.l snd ne band Rtsngiett Ho Has .l siM.r.l vin-,11 trsin snt taken t. '!t 9 i trestmeht ft HsS tlot Im- it . .1 He houi.I seiie (lt titp wtita At ett Ksrs -tiaj fea. jM , i-;r,u Tm "ii f.j yyoum&M tho btasr the, tovnt&r's inoiff, Jothti SwrvnM Srfkertv logyds iHaT la-sk im, tjuwyawj aolSjuru glow. Ct L'ond vru irvskCL- Irusru-dju.u, i 1 1 1 1 i I'sjwt iii' 1 i ff-f 1 rlDJ J 1 1 iJ ' J : I 3 1 " ' i lr IT H i 1 1 l 1 V eo. Mvr ttshr Sta&t lr&- sights. ... 1 1 i This soriu was compoHcd and written by Dr. K. McQue?n Gray, presldint and has been placed on sale at Matson's, i' rally, Already the souk has attracted widespread attention and promises largest educational Institution. NEW EDITOR OF U.N.M.WEEKLY E. S. Seder Resigns and Stu dents Elect Another Head of Publication by Acclamation; Other Varsity Chit-Chat. Following; the resignation of K. 8. Seder from Ihe editorship of I'. N. M. Weekly last week, the students of the t'niverslty Tuesday chose Miss Krnn I'l'IKUsson to u leltl the editorial pell of Iheir iitliiial piiblltntloii. Miss Fergiisson was uniiiilmoiislv elected. 'I'll TP was some opposition to Mr. Seder's loslKnutloii. He had fulfilled the duties of his offiee capubly for many months, but lie pleaded a great iiuml.er of other mutters needing his ittteiiiltin us his reason, nun the stu dents reluctantly accepleil his deci sion, Mr. Seibr has hud a lurge amount of the plutio uotk, In t . 11 lit 1 1 1 , 11 wllh the coming glee club trips, lo tin. ' I1i-.I1 Ivy I'tanliil. Ir. tlray auntiiiiicetl to the students Tiies.luv that be hail procured from Ireland a greut iiumb'r ot ptiints of Irlrdi hi, anil had hud them planted . tin. ut the euiiipiis The students ap preciated the addition to the iinlver sitv Kiiiiinds and pletlgeil their sup port in see that ttie plants were not molevl -d. I 1. -tils l,i- tin) cel.lv. The edition of the C. X. M. Weekly nhitli uus issued eHterilu. Has en tirely the ink of the sill students of the university. llest.l.'N a number of news uttlcles. a column wnd a hulf tt the tttilit p. tke was dftoted to an editorial iltHvtiKMt.h of the merits or nullum sutlrane. tn the most approv ed p. dill, si slvle. nt her spate was de voted to a reprint of 11 r port n the condition i.f Hotueit tn New Mexico, itinl tb.ie weie si'vetsl etlitoriiils on tltitiiestic problems u ml the 1 litmus tte.ir to the tellllllttle hi. til. FORMER ALBUQUERQUE MAN MARVELS AT GROWTH OF CITY 1M Yoimp, h wnn In w t lothtitK Mirin nh W. t". l.rtn.4ts in Mt'ui:i r," ( w l y -.it n UK's w -hri iMi.i. ir m nhU iimr, Mr YiMitiK. m W new liM Nifit in New Vulk. Mtt Itlollt 111 Ihf i'lHtfU t !, h.t h will K")"tirii for m--im ttitiTith. II. whm in Ihr tity limn n ouh no t a (- ol-l frlt-mU w hotu li kio-H w h n AUiiturritir m iht fiHHif r-i-rouN !ltB" In 1h ""iilhWMit Ma Mclnl Ihrtl Ihr r-irl. it'iMt ri ttM('rl h utt il prtpr'- li rnxi. ttt irnn fttlntm Kfi-wth ! m lm- hori of nu.i c lu Tli tn.tst -tmitimn rails off tnsom i.U ts ,li.rder off the stomach. ' hn l rlnin's Stomach and Liver Tal-I1a rt.rr.-t1 Hose itWt.rilem anil nl., .,u la kin p. KuT swi bjr all ArtarS'Sta- E1A FERGUSSON IS L . -T 5 the proceeds to lie devoted to the j ;. (UDere ro Olorsbip Coday riltMT METHODIST FPISCOPAri. Cor. Lead Ave. and S. Third 8t. dairies Oscar Ibi kinnn, I'nslor, MIhs Kdlth Oorhy, Deaconess. The first service of the day will be the Sunday school at 11:45 a. ill., under the superinteiideniy of D. A. 1'orler- fleld. There is a welcome for all. The hours of public worship are 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., with preaching; by the pastor. His morning theme will be "A iteclpe lor Perfect- Peace." The evening sermon Is entitled "The HvcrshadowliiK Cloud," being; the third in a series on "Some Thoughts Uleuned from the Mount of Transfix-; urutlon." Mrs. Cleo Collar Hollowayl will render a contralto solo In the morning and the Choral society, which Is lolng such excellent work, will give two selections in the evening worship. The Kpworth league devo tional service is held at ti : 8 0 p. in.. O. M. Nattier, leader. If seeking a Place to worship you will find a wel come at any or ulj of these services. ST. PM I.'K l.l l lll.HAX ( III IU1I. West Silver and Sixth streets. Itcv. W. s. OlH-rlioltxcr, M. A., I'ustor. Itegular session of the Sunday school ut 11.45, Frank C. Reefer, superintend ent; home department, Miss Crace Albright, superintendent. Morning worship 11 o'clock. Sermon theme, "The Endurance of Christ," A Lenten reflection. Next Sunday a Palm Sun- lay sermon on "The Triumphs of 'hrlst." Holy week, services begin April 2. Easter communion April 7. Meting of Hocky Mountain Synod A pi ll i.' f - - N . Evening Christian Kn dtMvor subject "The Saloon and Its Allies." Meeting hour :3o. Arthur St hlater, leader. Evening sermon 7 .'Id. A cordial welcome to all. MUST I'lEI'-MlVTUtl AN CHI Ut II. 'otner of Fifth and Silver avenue. Hugh A. CiHijaT, I'astor. 4'. A. I'orcnian. Acting I 'a -dor. Morning- theme, "Knowing Sod." Evening theme, "A.lsrnlns the Doc trine of Sod." Music. MUllMXd. Organ prelutle. "Prelude" tPonls.) oflertiiry, pastorate" (Leybnch.) A 111 h. in. selected. Organ pnstluile. tplerllng.) EVEXIN(5. Organ Jireliule, "Prayer" (Oulll iiinnt. I titrertory, "HersetiRe" tllenard.) Anthem, elected. organ ixisthnle, "Allegro Mm1 erato" ( FreM-olialill.) Miss tr)l 1 Kenwtirthy. organist. Mr has. .1. Andrews, choir di rertor. Sundav sehtHtl H 4Tt. Christian En deavor 4S. Topic. "The Saloon nntlj Its Allies." o(.hi;; vtiov i, riirnni. Uroadway mid foul Avenue. l: tnoiitl 11. TollMTt, Minister. E. S. Stc'er. Organist, fimilav st htsil. 45 a. m Harry S. I. ul Kt,w, stipt ru, i. -ii. It nt. The ser- j v it es f..r Si. Hila r will Ih- of a high order of niertt. The music, both in- i striiinentiil nd v.'.eal, has been pre- pitrett with fitting taste- lo the ir "tilp pers. Then siil,i,s-ts of the morning ser- o i n and the devotional address for : the sp, r hour st 4 o'i lo. k have le.-n h .. it with ironside ".able thought anil the subjtst matter of Istth ittess-t es will te delivered so as to crystalise Ib Ideas ,f the remi tter In Ihe een- H its off vi hut rosy l.e tied the sprit- u.il side off reliait.fi. Th-- address- are Ihe Inst T-.ttri Buninry in rtin city, off Mr. a&d j r t ' I 1 I ' (aw.iMSt, i oxtut f ' O'tv vcUlty lull, o-L 'i' H-r-r . of the University of New. Mexico, upbuilding - and interests of the l 111- to add to the fame of New Mexico s ltr cordial invitutlon..i. .extended to all frl-nda to lie present. , The many demands niade upon time uid Ktrenglh during these lust days here have made If Impossible for Mr. Tolbert to enter but a fraction of the homes he wished to enter to exprets a personal word of appreciation to the latite number who by kind words aim well wishes have made his work So pleasant In the city. Since he cannot see you in your homes, it would g!v groat pleasure to meet, you nt the church during these last services. Following will b the musical pro- Br'': I MOItNINU, Organ prelutle, "To Kpring" (Crieg.) Anthem, "Christian, the Morn'" (by request) (Shelley.) CHOI It. Offertory, "Melody in A Flat," (Shelley.) Trio. "I Will Sing of Thy Power," (Lutkin.) CHOllt. I'ostlude, "March in C" (Cadman.) VKSPEKS. Organ prelude, 4a) "Prelude et Cantilene" (HiU!SOtu); ( Hhelntierger. ) - - Anthem, "Hod "Shnll All Tears" (Field.) (b) "Vision" Wipe Away (HOIK. Offertory, Anthem, "Intermezzo" (Callearts.) Avel .Sanguia Christl" (Foster.) v "T ' CHOIR. Solo, "(I live Thnt Wilt Not Let Me do" (Dedicated to Rev. H. H. Tol bert) (K. S. Seder), Mrs. R..- V. Win chester. Potttludo, "Finale' (FrancK.) GOLD AMI llltt)lWY t llltlSTlAX Hl Ht'll. Ilcrmon I. Williams, Mlnistrr. "Johnson-Flynn and the Hlhle" will be the subject of the sermon nt II o'i lock. Let us take for our text. "So fight 1, not as one that beateth the your guide you can buy be bought at any price Phone 283 3t- I aa I I 4U-I 1-ioL ill uiai aic I!; WW ST. JOHN'S CIII HC1I. Corner Fourth and W. Silver uvenue. Archdeacon W. 10. Warren, ICeclor. Jtesidenee, No. 61 0 W. Tljeran avenue. Fifth . SujiJiiy U'nssioii) In . Lent. Holy crminiunicn , 1 - a. ;:m.; Huruiar School tl:4f u. in,; morning service li a. 111. Choral service at MOUN1NO 7:110 p, MUSIC m.- Processional.. "JeHus and Shall It Ever He" ((V K. Oliver.) ' : Venite tn. J. Oliver.) (llorla (Anon. I ' Henedlcite (Spencer Lane.) Henedletus (J. Ttirle.) Introlt. ' ' - t With Broken Heart" (C Elven.) Offertory. "Lord, Forever at Thy Side" Nervln) tenor and alto solo choir. L. -".nil lie Profundis (Anon.) Recessional. i "1 Could Not do Without Thee Ktelner.) EVENING MUSIC, Processional. ' Thy Life Wus fllven for Me," . MueFarren.) tiloria (Anon.) ', Honura est (J. Turle. ) Dcus mixiratur (J. Karnby,) Canticles (Chant.) Intioit. (J "), lor a Clowr Walk With Got!" (H. Carev. ) Ulessed Is the Man," (J. T. Field) by the chorus choir. lie Profundis (Anon.) Hecessional. ' "I Could Not Do Without Thee" (J. Kleiner. FIIJST HAITI ST rill KCH. Corner Lead avenue and Uroadway. Jckso tf. Ktinyan, I'astor. liible school, 9:45 a. m., Professor Drake, superintendent. Classes for till ages. A hearty welcome to visitors. Mornln? worship 11 o'clock. The pustor will preach on "The Working out of Hod's Plan." An opportunity will ho given at this service to those who wish to join the church to relate their Christian experience. The n. Y. P. I', meeting; 6:30 p, m.1 Evening worship, 7:30. The pastor "111 speak on "Park; ol the Label ori I'nder the Surface." The special meetings ' under the leadership of Itev. J. Hruoe Evans have been a great blessing to our membership and to the community. A number of the converts are uniting with the church. Five were baptized Friday evening;. There will be bap tism Sunday evening and a week from Sunday. IIPtlSTIA.V SCIEXTIKT SKIt VICES. Christian Science services are held In tho Woman's Club building, corner Seventh street and Hold avenue. Hun day morning service at 11 o'clock. Subject, "Matter." Wednesday evenjng service, 7:30. The public is cordially invited to attend these services. . Sun day school at 10 o'clock. HIGHLAND M. E. ( Ill RCII SOt'TIl. 31S South A 1 no. Suiuticl I'. Allison, I'astor. Services conducted by the pastor, at 11 u. m. and 7:30 p. ni. Subject of tlp morning hour, "Jesus Going by the Way ot Defeat and the Cross to Ilia Throne." Jesc.s the king of kin-rs and loro of lords, went about doing good anil bringing to the world a message of cheeer, with words of a conqueror upon his lip-, and yet the shadow of the cross was ever hanging over Him. "For this hour came 1 into the world." "I lay down my life for the sheep." The Manter set tor himself a 'great task, the ronuering of world forces, which were then and are now urrayed Mgafcist Him. The unique way In which" He proceeds to accom plish this great feat argues that He was divine. The great men of earth have said, "Give me a throne on w hich to sit and I will rule the king doms of earth." Jesus said, "Give me a cross on which tu die and I w 111 conquer und rule the world, and If I be lifted up, I will draw all men unto me." The past centuries have hrone witness to this great truth. The great men of earth have lived-anil wrought, but they live in the buried past, but Jesus Uvea In the living present, and He is enshrined In the hearts of millions. The fact that lit gave himself as a substitute for man and laid down His life for the sheep, has been and will ever be the great dynamic In the Christian religion, nnd this is the one fact that will ever make its strong al !':-:-! to the human - The appearance and comfort of your hosiery are just as important as long wearing quality. In buying hosiery you have no cause to sacrifice any of these qualities if you will buy "Gordon Hosiery." You take great risk in buying hosiery that doesn't bear a trade-mark, for more than half the hosiery made is spoiled either in the dyeing or finishing pro cess. To obtain a sheer effect thin yams are used in strength, or cheap dyes that rot and hosiery here for any person, for you wish to pay. 1 11 IIP NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE The Sanitary Hair-Dressing No mutter where she is, the girl with a nice head of hair Is always un object of admiration and at the same time the envy nnd despair of her less fortunate sisters. The Intelligent use of a g;ood hair-dressing makes all the difference. Hair that receives no attention bu! the dully combing and an occasional shampoo cannot be pretty. Dandruff form on the sculp, the-hair be comes dead, brittle, uneven and drops out. There is an absence of that life, luster and snap possess.-d by hair which Is given proper care and Intelligent applications of XEWBItO'S HEItl'KIDE, Herbicide Impart gloss and beauty to the hair and to the user a sense of cleanliness, a 'felling of satisfaction and assurance. Try it and see. Your friends will be sur prised and remark on your improv ed appearance. 1-argc size hollies of N'cwbro's Ilcrplcldc are sold under a imisI tlve guarantee everywhere. Applications obtained at tin bet ter Harder shops and beauty par lors. Send for trial bottle anil booklet SEE COl l'OX. Sec window display at J.H.Q'RiellyCo. Special race, and will eventually draw the world to Hlii', who suid, "Come unto me all ye that labor ant! are heavy laden and I will give you re"'." Topic for the evening hour, "The Eternal Memory." Sunday .school at 9:45 a. m., Hubert Iloiliduy, superintendent. Devotional meeting of the Kpworth league nt S.3" p. m. Social meeting of the Woman's .Missionary society Tuesday from i:30 to 8 p. m.. ut the home of Mrs. W. C. Thuxton, one mile north of the city. The regular Wednesday evening prayer st n ice ut 7:30 o'di'i k. A cor dial Invitation to all. ( K"! H AL BAPTIST CHl'IU II. A. I.. Aulick, Pastor. Meets at the A. O. l . W. Hall, 317 South Second Street. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Church services at U and A o'clock, the pas tor speaking ut both services. For the Sunday school we will have the review of the last' two Sundays' lessons, with the Sermon on the Mount. The pictures are of a fine quality and fully illustrate the Beat itudes. At the beginning or the 11 o'clock service the pastor will speak for live minutes to the Children's Church Going band. Notice the change of the evening services to 4 o'clock in the afternoon. A hearty welcoiue is waiting all who attend. Strangers especially Invited. The Women's liible class of the city will not meet on Moni'ay of the com ing week, but will meet as Usual the following Monday, April 1. . If you have trouble In getting rid of your cold jroti may know that you are not treating It properly. There Is no reason why a cold should hang on for weeks and it will not if you take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. For sale by all drucgiata. IV corrode the yarn. With the name "Gordon Hosiery" for any purpose, and get the best You can be the Envy and Admiration of Your Friends by the Use of do.t' wait sexd HI cento Foil' SAMPLE AND HOOK- LET FHEK. THE HERPICIDE COMPANY, Dept. 7413. Detroit, Michigan. Please find enclosed 10 cents for which send me sample bottle of Newbro's Herpicide, also a book let on the care of the hair. Name Add res City State Agent. SPRING TERM OPENS AT BUSINESS COLLEGE WEEK FROM MONDAY It was announced yesterday that the spring term- of the Albuqiieriiu Husiness College will open Monoay, April I, at which time new clashed will be organized In both the commerj cial und shorthand courses. A mini ber of Albuquerque people already have registered for enrollment in t lie new classes, while, applications from prcspectlve students from all over Ihe state have been received, All stu dents, who expect to enter the Husi ness College In the near future are urged to enroll at the beginning of the new term, since by so doing they will get the benefit of the valuable preliminary training. The Albuquerque commercial school is gaining an en viable, reputation throughout Ihe southwest through the work its many graduates tire doing. 1 Stop That Itch! We will Riiaranle' yon to stop tbali itch in two seconds. A 25 cent bottW will rove It, j No remedy that we have ever. sold for Eczema, Psoriasis, and all other diseases of the skin has given more thorough satisfaction than the D.D.D. Prescription for Eczema We guarantee this remedy. H. O'Rielly Co.. druggists. Get one of Gray's best $1 -50 ! photos free with a Journal want nrl hosiery for its price that can 307 West Central 4w"