THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 1912.
i ran OIOGMPH PEOPLED
L'ECESSHliy FOB WILL MAKE TRIP f
PULL TAXES TO TIJERAS
Delinquents Coming Rapidly to
: the Front and Depositing, to
. Avoid Being Sued; Many Ac
tions Already Filed.
' Ths poll tax 1 bow coming without
being called from the pocket and
pocket book of nil those who have
not already delivered the necessary
dollar to ths clerk of tho board of ed
ucstlon, or to the Audit & Credit Co..
which ho ths collecting work for the
unpaid taxes. Tho company has sued
II those, or nearly all, who Inst
names begin with A, and will file ac
tion against ali the other delinquents
as foat a service can bo secured on
A tho suit means the payment of
costs, etc., totalling M60 aside from
ths dollar, or possibly J2.00,
owed as poll tnx. It Is ecir' niy to pay'
tip at once, and the Audit & Credit
Company has been busy for the last
few day gathering In the shekels,
Bulla Kill be filed on Monday ngninst
tho first batch of in on whose Inst
name besrln with J.'.. An effort la be
Inn; made, to collect whatever bark
taxes may tie due, nnd the cforts to (ft
these aa well a tho , current year'
taxes are meeting with almont uniform
succes. No exemption can be
claimed under tho poll tax law, except
by militiamen who have actually
nerved a certain length of time and
have performed a certain percentage
of their duties, or by volunteer fire
Excuse are belnc made to the coir
lector by the dozen, but the poll tax
thla year is one of the place where
excuses are no go.
Scenarios to be Enacted in Well
Known Mountain Canyon To
day; Yesterday Spent Near
Rio Grande and at Depot.
NEW POSTAL MANAGER
J. 8. Creegan, tho new manager of
the lot til office, of the Postal Teletfraph
company, arrived yesterday morning
on No. 10 from YVIIIinma, and took
over hla duties at once. A large purt
of hi time yesterday was necessarily
spent In rhattlnir with old friend who
encroached on business hour, even
though it whs the first of the month,
to co to the Postal office und con
Kretulale Mr. Creegnn on attain being:
made manager of the local office. j
Mr. Creegnn was manager here
seven years ago, and returned at his
own request, after holding Important
position in Los Angeles and Williams
Assistant Superintendent It. II. Haw
kins, who has been here for some time
past, Will leave this morning for Den
ver, accompanying Superintendent W.
C. Black, who will arrive from the
south today and go east on No, 10.
AT UNIVERSITY SUMMER
registration at the Vnlverslty of
Now Mexico summer school, which
begins II session tomorrow, was very
light yesterday, the official respira
tion day for the course. It Is cx
pM'tcd, however, that at least as
many student will register for the
course within the next dHy or two us
were enrolled lat year. Tho dormi
tories open for the reception of stu
dent today, and meula will he served
at the dining hall from tomorrow
until the end of the session, which
lust six weeks.
nratcmncr when yon go on Hint
The Pingraph people, who have
been her for several days past, have
hard day's work ahead of them to
day, for they are going out to Tijeran
canyon to spend the day in the moun
tains, enacting tho scenes of several
strenuous drama which need moun
tains for a setting. They aro all pretty
well tired out from their hard work In,
thl unaccustomed high altitude nnd
will ba glad when their New Mexico
session Is over Tuesday, n they have
been bard at work every mlnuto since
they arrived In this city.
Cast night saw . the completion of
the comedy film enacted so largely on
the Hunt a Fe depot platform, when
film of the departure of the east-
bound California, limited, apparently
bearing a party of actor away from
the ceno of their stirring adventures.
was taken. In order to get a realistic g
film of this, It wa necessary to oil-1
inin wpecitii iicrmieniun 10 nave inc
train stopped after It had gono some
distance, that the actors might get
off somewhere this side of Lamy.
This was secured from Oeneral Man
ager Fox, however, and tho film wa
inn word had got aiiout In some
way that a film was to be taken, and
a large crowd of local people. Includ
ing a number of local married men
who made eyes at the heroine, gath
ered to sea the work done.
The historical section of the com
pany, unable to get to Islota, as
planned, because of the precarious
condition of the bridge at Barelns,
enacted several scene along the bank
of tha llio Grande near Traction park.
INSTITUTE TO OPEN
IN CITY TOMORROW
There lira four busy weeks ahead
for the teacher of the public schools
of HithhIIIIo county, for tomorrow
morning, at 8:30, the county Institute
will be opened at the Central school
bulldlntf. The Institute will Inst four
full weeks, and It la expected that It
will he the most successful ever held
In the county.
Prof. .John D. Clark will be In
charge, and Mrs. T. I. Mutts, piincipul
of the First Ward school of this city,
will have charge of the model school.
Prof. K. J. Uowlds, of I he Hilton
school system, who arrived yesterdny.
will assist, i'
Mayor t. K. It. Seller wilt formally
open tho Institute, and many ptefos
slonal men will lecture during the In
stitute to the teachers, on subjects
allied with the care and education of
children. Dr. P, K. Tull Is to speak
on the eye, ear ami nose, far-sighted
ness nnd ncur-sightedness, adenoid
and the tare of organs of sonso in
Teacher who cannot attend tht. first
Week' session are requested to wait
until tho end of tlm second week be
fore entering classes.
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The RJorning Journal's7 Flag Distribution
In the first year of full citizenship in this great republic, New Mexicans have new and greater incentive
than ever lor, displaying ? : '
"OLD GLORY" : ' .
Get ready for the Fourth of July. Get ready for the campaign, when you will want a flag to swing to the breeze for
- . . your favorite in the Presidential race.
Stand by the
Let us twine each thread of the glorious
tissue of our country's flux ubout our heart
strings, and looking upon our homos and
c-atclilnr the spirit which breathes upon ns
from tho battlefield of our fathers, let ns
rcsolva that, rnme weal or woe, wo will In
life and In death, now and forever, stand
by the Stars arid Stripes. They have floated
over our cradles; let It bo our prayer and
our slrugglo that they shall float over our
graves. Thoy have been unfurled from the
snows of Canada to the plains of New
Oilcans, to the halls of the Montrxumas,
and amid the solitude of every ma,; ami
every where, as Jio luminous symbol of re
sistless and beneflelent power, and they led
the brave and tho free to victory and to
glory. HON. JOS. HOLT.
Tho following aro recommended as flug
days, In addition to recognized national
Auff. 21 Statehood Mill for Xcw Mexico
Sept. 10 Perry's Victory.
Sept. 22 Kiiiancipiulou Iroclamatlon.
Oct. 12 Colmnbiis Dtst'pvered Aniciica.
Oct. lfl Coriiwnlils' Surrciiilcr.
Dec. 10 Moston Tea Inrty.
lice. 22 forefathers' Day.
Tan. 1 Amcrii-nii flag First lTscd by
.Jan. 8 Katllo of New Orleans.
.Tan. IH Ibinlel Webster Morn.
fun. 2B 'harlcs Sumner Born.
I 'cb. 12 Ahralinm Lincoln Mom.
Api'tl S Thomas Jefferson Morn, 174;!.
April 1!) ntt!o of Ix'Xintt'ton.
April 27 U. S. (irant Morn.
April SO lnnngiirntlon of Washington.
May I I Potiiidins' if Jamestown'."
May 29 Patrick Henry Morn, 1730.
Jure 1 1 Anicricnn King Adopted.
June 17 Mnttle of Munkcr Hill.
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Address All Orders to CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT,
flshlns? trtn. Ilarrv T. Johnson.
Meat Central, , m full linn of tackle klxts
Whooplnn couch Is not danKcrnus
when.the couuh Is kept loose and ex
pocloration eusy by slvlns; Chamber
lains rough llomeily. It has been used
In many epidemics of this disease with
perfect success, for sale by all drug-
Albuquerque Lumber Co.
423 North Fua Street
Montezuma Trust Company
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO.
Capital and Surplus, $100,000
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...The Home Health Club...
-IJJFSBJ?yTAMyia CAltK OF YOURSELF1.
By Dr. David H. lleeder.
Your Business Demands
a Loose Leaf Ledger
-Mailt KweatH Irately the Home
Health club has had numerous ap
plications for a remedy for ' night
sweats. This weukenlr.fr annoyance is
caused by a lack of vital force In the
nerves of the Bkln, hut It can be quiet ly
stopped In a very simple Way. The
application of diluted acetlc-ncld to
the skin is always safely coollnir, be
sides, It brings Increased activity, and
Is HltoKclher hlKhly sanitary, prop
erly used. In nlKht sweat, however,
there Is fur too much activity of the
side, without apparent provocation.
Hence the remedy must have other
simple liiKrVdlcnta that will Rive new
lire and tone to the nerves under
lying the skin nnd permeating it; thai
will Increase the Kcneral activity and
prevent too rapid cooling. This re
sult wlll.be found In the simple com
bination of common tnhle salt, cay
enne pepper and vinegar. In the salt
Is the Innti-rial Mint prevents the rapid
eviipnrHtlon of the vinegar and there
fore prevents the unplensant burning
sensation that the pepper would In
duce, The pepper applied a will be
hife directed. Is a tunic, for the ncrvcri.
:nd In ithe acid Is the cleimsing, puri
fying agent that enables the pepper to
peiietrutH the pore nnd scarf-skin In
a ninnner to reitch and stimulate the
nen es a a tonic.
Take a tnhlcsponnf ul of the salt, a
teiispnonful of pulverized cayenne and
a lislf-plnt of uoiid vinegar. Mix these
togMher In a half pint of boiling wa
ter. Ij.t the mixture stand a few min
utes, then strain it so as to remove
the granular substance of the pep
per; with the liquid, sponge the pa
.tient. nt bedtime.
tlenerslly one treatment thus pre
sci 1 1 ed will stop the nlKht sweats, but
it Is better, for a more certain and
effective cure, to use the remedy for
three or four inure consecutive nights.
i 'ie effect will he very gratifying.
Another simple and efficacious
remedy fur night sweats Is to drink
cill sHge tea hefore retiring, using
your own Juditmnt as to strength
sml quantity. I'tit the first named Is
more satisfactory and lasting.
Poy for Themselves in Time Saved.
Wc Have Sizes to Suit Every Business. Call Our Representa
tive to Show the Good:.
"jAO'fh'STATl 0 WERy.fr) .
IVor roelor: I hav. been trout. Jed
with my stomach fur -er two years.
Am s f.irmer, t year eld. hnve good
lite, tut stomach hurt for sltont
inree pours sfter menls. I get verv
huiiwrv Slid Weak tefore next meHl.
KIiiiuh. h somewhat dilated at times,
a'so constipated . It. C. W.
. H. C W. : -Mime of the symptoms
Mi h vnu h dercrlhed would In
ilteste that the cause nt your suffer
ing is llher worms or tnpe worm.
eIJ s igeest Ihst ou fust for s
ii.upin f iIum ai,i then tike a good
l.lg dose of in-Mr oil, thn watch the
tor sKr:n.iiis of tape worm.
r nrdln.-iry round worms. If rou w;ll
Ihen.wiite lii me iirdin t.illrr .tun
whut yen found In l the condition.
I will tell you what to do to overcome
IVsr TVtor: Please tell tnr
tlr.iish your r.i!u;ihle paper a remedy
tor mlareed IHer. Mr hurl m
ef the lime. What Is et to est? 1tie
loe.lms skeins tn nv Mnmm
Hse lern troiihh-H a littl. with rait.
toues, but not much. lla kM 9r
thirty pounds Jn lust few months.
n MRS. M. R B
Mr. M. E, B.- Would suggest that
for two week you obaerve tho fol
lowing: Every nlpht before retiring
take two taoicspoonrulH of pure oliv
on, ana upon arising in tlie niuin-
ing ti e one teaspoonful of cream of
tartar In a half glass of water. If
there are any gall stones left this w.'l.
clean them out and will also relieve
your liver of a great amount of work
ana aia in restoring it to normal con
dition, leu Should then very careful
ly select 'your diet, use very little of
concentrated foods but use plenty of
Juicy fruits and vegetables, and drink
from one to three quarts of water
1HNT fOXNECT WITH KIWKK
till you get Tom Jacksto to bid on
your srurr contract. Work bc.-t,
lowesit prices. 2011 8, Kccoml St. I'bonc
II lbs, Kugar, $1. C A. Coffee
Co. SUM tMSUih Second street.
The annual summer school for pu
pils who wish to do extra work dur
ing vacation will be held in tho Cen
tral school building. School opens
June 3d and continues for six weeks.
Teacher. G. II. Jones, Jane Herron.
It Is worse than useless to take any
medicine Internally for muscular or
chronic rheumatism. All that Is need
ed Is a free application of Chamber.
Iain's I-inltnent. For sale by all drug
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100 lbs. barrage carried free; excess
baggage, fl.t per 100 lbs. Haggae;.
up to 1.SP0 I Us. rsrrieu.
Connections msds at Tsughn with
all B. P. ft & W. and Cants, ft trains.
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