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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. TUESDAY, JULY 23, 1912. '
"GETS-IT" Will Get Any Corn, Sure! HOPEWELL SURE OF PLEADS GUILTY TO! ELECTION OF GOV. 11111 nilKft'd. F roun i ABANDONING HIS ROW WILSON 1ILY I Xnn'it 4i.ll lwrlhlii KUr f..r "l.rT-IT' Any. mil ni 1..M ( In- in 'nl t; .rm.-.l hut it iliif h s i m U ..ri , ..i 1 ') i i It III. WTt l ! !! .1.1 ' ) v I i 1 I- II W I i P" HI f i 'f lilt ( Willi (In Ml. l'n ltH ilt t I !t I f'iMi! lli Th II' w f'Mi nf i. IT" l.tf.'.f l)HMIllll I ' 1 I !H' h ii ti (h fit Ml ti-jf 1 1 ,1.(1 f i r it 4 'i t i'iii I i i ri 1 1 us w in t ik 1 1 ' off lh. ti-i Tin "Ml Ih;wmv ;,.A,iy hi 1li 111. h-..llliv ft. -Mi ,uui U .. ..If Vim (;ii iipl'Ie t.lll - l' mi . ici-..n,l i un-1 H U-tetn. lu iichi -ff I'r-'M "nil V'ltll fit-ti m( i 1 1 r Is, i. J . n. It'jiii'.riK ilKTS IT" 1t p.. 1.1 iH fl) il!iii:l' ;H -:. 'l) M ("Hit- Hfiit "It t-.-i.! - f -r)i i 1 K Lit . m A 4'.. . i hi. S"lil In V jl'ii(it"f 'ii t.v ! -t r ;i if -1 t'luir mt v .1 H ii Ui.-t.v Imii: ' t. . Hit:). I m-l I 'Iihi 'iui. v Wnhiinm IMiK ' 1 ' , ' t Ihuu r '.. , H liiipj-f I 1 1 uk Colonel, Just Back from East ern Trip, Finds Sentiment Fast Crystallii'm for Dem ocratic Nominee. Uondi. will he ,v UilKl our next ri. :-f 5ABEDRA LIKELY TO SUCCUMB TO UES Man Struck by Automobile Bad Shape; Joy-Riders Sait to Have Been Identified as Well as Car. Dim. I,.. I ii'T lino , ........ f.'n T Antonio Hahoilra, lh.' infill stunk hy mi (ititnmnhilc early Sunduv iniifn liiu 111 Did All.ii(iir.iif, Ih In linil hii nnl will likely ill.- from Ills In juries, m ci ' r 1 1 ii In it report nrrKw fnmi his hodslde Inst night. Hahodra'H IiiIitiihI Injuries me alnm. almost nuffliicnl tn i-hiimii hln death, iinil w In n th added crushing of his pelvic lain. In luken Inln consideration, hl con dition heroin. inure derlniiH. Sahedrn was imt stunk mi West Central iiveiiiii', h Ml f rut n polio.! Inil while walking mi I he tend north from Central nveiiiie, just cunt of tin rnurthounw. i wan vesterdny slated hy die shrr- lint the Joy rlilem who the car Unit nil nek Hiilieilrn Frank Mi lzlrmer. Kd Hwopc mnl v Iiiiik inn ii imincri JohiiHon. 'I'lie V' BOUI'ce of 111 f nt In a 1 1 n Wiih iiii l.iOrily for the Hliileim ni tlml ihe.iir Which WIIH I 111 1. 1 Ii 1. 1 -1 111 I 1 1 1 llccldelll wiih oneil hy II. II. hwope, of 1ili!li North KIkIiiIi Kinel. No in ooecillii;M Inive lurn lnoiillhl HirulriHt Iheni nn N i t, lull Hie xliei Iff k Office yclllt;tv lMic ii l-lillcliolll the elf.-ct tli.it thev Wollhl l.c In illli:lll ht-rore the hiw within n few iIiish, i;s llclly w hill I Ilillfci'M will he llllllle i r Hot known til nieKenl, hill atlai hex lit III. ollice Me. Ilieil lo hellevr- thill I here Wollhl he no illffleiilty In fllldlllu II Miitnte under whune unlhorlly they COlllil he nltiHleri. The yoniiK men niiiile ,i Ktiilcuieiil to the MulnlllK .1 1 111 Nil I l.l-l lllk'lll In which thei prnti'Mcd iitininid Ihc use of Hull nation m . ..i.n,, l imii wiih the nccldcnl. Tin v claimed thai Ihey Were one and all aide to prove nlll'K hfivlnu la i n a! Inane mri. i p at Mir time of the lo i al. at, llowcvir. the hhellll'B office l lallnH to have deiinile I n f a n ia I Ion thalthev were In i Md Allan pi. ! ah.. ill tin. time of Hie nr. i.l. nl. and to haw w it - llejiKex w hoNi- li slinoiny V. Ill colineel them with It. A hln of Biwuty U n Joy Ferwvwr. T. Fall Oouraud' Oriental Craam or Magical Baaul.flar. M Tan, l'ltiiii:t U .11. I'.irli.t. till Mitt laaokar, . ftii'l i.verr tilrii.k.li 'ii Iim.iI . fti,i) .1 f B... iia.i lii.ii, H lik. atiit.i tl, m1 lit hi TPaia, knit Ih a., naoiil.-.i wt UM. tl li.U iiiitlt la (r..i.lla tna.la. Al. tt ii" e. .i.l. r fill uf aiu.llar t.aiua. Ilr I, A. tittvia aaij In , lair of Ilia haul. In la, (.alirnni "Aa T..I. la'llaa Wkfi uaa Iti.ni, 1 ifi .iDaiirul "f.naraiairi'B Cream' aa Ilia l.aal liaoi.ful all lha fell. io-i.aiaiii.ii. 1 ..r aala i t all iltuakiala ami lamp UinmI ll.al.a il lha I Lli.l utaiaa, l'ai.a.la aiid Kutuja. UBB.T.HDPiHlS.Pfop, 37 6iul hm Mint inhl D IU4 jafV --v nan. W JeTNey III. The lorcjinlliK ila n hi I Haleioenl ina.le last llk-hl h Col. V. 1i.m wi. on hlM i.lnrn from ii trip to ChiouK.i, .New York. I'IIIh- hiiieh and SVaxhlni:lon, made on i.n- poiiaiii railroad l.ir.ui.H, the il.t.nl- or olije. IH of which he did not cel. lo lalk lor pill.llilllli.il. The poliloal Mile of the tllp waH pillel' of (.o1 oinlaiy Imporlani e, he Kald. ' Ineld. nlallv while ill .Sen Vol k and awhlimloii, I liilk. d Willi pi.oiit ii. in tiolitl. laiin, holh deiin.' i.iIh .mi! r.-j.u I. II a iim," K.ilri Colonel .Hopewell. "You would he ton joined lo know Ihe I r pn h 1 hit iim who hue come out lor Wilson and Mill olhor.i who will "iipporl hlin Hllenlly, hut lii.ii Ihe lei loyally. In my opinion, Hie hj'lll In Ihe repiihlfcaii parl.', cauK.-d I Ihe camllriaclcH of Mr. Talt i.i.d o ..m l .iiihi vi.i, Ih c i lain lo lemill In (iovcriior WHhoiih eleilloii la ,i vemlier. 1 HerloiiHly doiiljt If Ihe n plllill. HUH were mill, d ami pleuel ii niilld In. ill. they could iiecnmpliK Ihe deli. at of Mr. W'ilmili for Ideal dent. "While many ilemocralu 1.1 .vcv York llllil the enal generally ale Mill wranklliiK under Ihe 1 1 m I I which Mr Hlwan mail., on ,Si. aker I'lark al Hi. I In 1 1 i 1 1 il.. convention, they in KoIiik lu iiermit IIiIh r.Henl meiil iiKiilnat Mr. liryiin lo kwiivh Hi from HiippottliiK Mr. WIIhoii. I fldelitly helleve N. w York will loyally xupiioit v.overnor WIIhoii, ilenplle llryan'H flKhl iiKnliiHt that del. gallon In Ihe convention. "Thniie.h IIkih lire many who K.inl Mr. WIIhoii iih ii tiieoriHi mid nr IdeiillHl, at the name time he appeals hroail etioiiKh lo I hem to he nidi! t. iihIoiii hlniNelf l.o Ihe officii of chief executive If he In elecled, nnd to meet iMiy toiiilltlon Unit may pleHelll llH.lf. (ioveilior W'IIhoii Ih hlK enoiixli lo he pli'Hldelll, hilt hot too hli to earn. He will readily adapt hluiHelf to the viuioiiM iiluiHcM or our itovern- li i . . 1 1 1 . IiIh tralniiiK of u life time, al- moHl, iih a college preHldent mid eilu cator helnu of Kpeclal Value lo llllil liiMleail of any handicap." Colonel Hopewell naid thai he Iuih loved a vlnil Willi Heliator Culroii, Kelialof Kail and CollKleBSln. il t lltry lid KcmunK.iu while III Washington. and round Hum all laisv. He sal. I thai ( 'oliKI oHpatlll II t ' ll 1 1 V would Iui n lo New Mexico tnimeillalely iifl- r Ihe aiUournnicnl of coiiki'chh ti pen an olflce, no he iinderKl.ioil and perMoually look alter th hIh of Colonel ItooHfVell .M.Xl.O. Colonel Hopewell Ih looklllK Well llllil IcellllK IlkouiHc. IhollKll II very warm in Ihe easl, he null 1 1 ll eflecls (loin the lllp. II Iih. 'Ill llholll tell llnyK. ... lMfTO 1Y MAWmi tWlrO AiH After Several Months Sojourn in County Jail, Pablo Ruiz Throws Himself on Mercy of Court, Piihlo nilix, hound over ttraml Jury on a chaise of liiK ti I m wife and family, enlciei) a ilea of (fitilty to to the Him nilon ye.sterday inforiiia- i I'll, .in.) w hi. he, j afle .1. iihk;. .i:n. i,ii;N( i; h. i:iv.iti. lilef of the ItiiM-iin of In-nlar Affairs of llm I nih il State- In Intel New WIIH ere, I Wiih SANTA FE SURGEONS TO GATHER IN THIS CITY IN OCTOBER Dr. ir. V. ir. .1. loved l.nn.H II. Wroth, iinhIsIciI l V. Spin no, I if. i :. Toll and W. Coll. ell, all HUIKOOIIM .'in here lu differ. 'ill capacllleH i.v Hie HiiHlii I'e railloail, arc el v i.iihv WadllNH helldilllt out iOKI'illlls ol he annual IlleellllK of the Mllllll I"' iiriieoiiH' associii I Ion, which In I" like Place here In I Ii lol.el. I lies. InsiclaiiH weie all insl ruuieiila 1 llmii Ihe meetlllK here, and .ikliiK acllNcly lo make II In sue I 'I of' I ,l lll I II Ll HCllI tl. ml Inn with a h. tin tit ..Met Ihe nieellllK '''' 1'V Sanla I 'c Hill i:.'.. n. Ihe doelols me sell. I de.s. l ipllv e of All. il LILA CARLILM MOURE SANTA WILL DELIVER A FREE LECTURE Noted Elocutionist and Reader to Appear at Lead Avenue Methodist Church Under the Auspices of W. C, T. U. The W'oniairH Chilsllaii Temper ance I'nlnn of Alhu.iucriiue. an- iioiinceH u lice p ti HI Ii- lecture Thur.s- lay I'venliii;, .Inly .".Ih, hei-JniilnK al 8 o'clock, al the la-ail Avenue ,te(h- odlHt .;dscopal chin-, h, hy Mis, ,ia Cmlln Moore, Ihe nol.d lecturer and reader. Mrs. Moore formerly resided In Kentucky, hni now in inaklnu her home ill New Mexico. The following I csllmoiiia Ik are tin I.cbI introduction. oerlianK thai Mm i a local audience meet Mis, Moon All are cnlhiisias lli llldepell FE BUILDS EXTENSIVE BANK PROTECTIONS Kainst him hy the district fl'ice, ami linked Ihe clem- enc.v of tl,. court. Hulz had hecn in iliti county Jail for Hev.ral months, awaiting trial, ami the court .sus pended the mix months' Jail Kentence h il imposed on him. provided upporls his family properly here '. This Kui. promised to do. se i navez, of an Jose, was y -si e i. lav arrested hy deputies of th kIiciIITh office, charged with the sal of lliuor lo ininoiM. Chavez will ha vi- a pi . Iliiiinai v hearing helot e Just lee of Ihe Peace Jose V. Ho lm ro Wednesday morning at Id o'clock. lie wan released on bond until that lime. .Ii se Arias, proprietor of the Montr Carlo saloon, near A ha jo, was yester day arrested for selling liquor lo ininoiM. Arias was nrramned and re quested thai Ihe case he continued until tomorrow. This was granted. He will he heard hy Justice Itomero. Steel Interlaced Willow Mat tresses Used Successfully on Southern Side of the Missouri River, The llailwuy Ak''- (iazelle for this week curries a very InteresliiiK arti cle on the river lunik nrnleel ii ,. ie, .. I, pellolllied hy the Sllita Ke on Ihe hank of the Missouri, which lor some part, fol- I'll. Moor,, can ha. l.niKe aiidlc w hci'c er nhe i He in her iiiai lit. 'I'll Ih talelilial hilly has Wonderful power over her audiences and carries Ihem wiih her wlili irr.sisl ilde lone. -Ariona Kepuhllcaii, I'lmeinx, Mrs. .Moore pin f rare a l.ilit ,-- II menlo, (.'al. She has rare ilescrlplivi 'olirier, i'etalum,,, Cal. Mrs. lain Carlin Moore is a s.eaker ecoml lo none. She Is all eh all 1 1 on isl H "ell as a leiiui. r. Tli.c.. who fall d to lour her last main micwed 'al. I-. c 1 1 i ii 14 News, Sulphur IHllO'.S, Tex. d iicrsell' a I'lu-.i Uei cold I niou, Sacra- powers, M M rs. I til llll 111;; .'-IS a lie hos lo h lore has an soullo i n inn er. genial lai lillior I II l i lli; In il'i.l I I in h - Tliiu . Moo dull I I MS. Ml. iui-;!. SSeliKi-r, .Mis. Mom in ml. Ill hcocrai. J .Mrs, Mo, i r of am I llIK .SI . I I. h.l.l S. Illll. p c's il ill 1 1 . ii. mi. lit in il. i 1 1 I k h 1 1 1 . .Hi . I CiU. e Is a Killed Hp. 'l allil e.l'.l hnslon, I 'a. e llia' I'e consul. I hal lias ev . i II of Ihe SI. lie III ocl'ill il Thef nil pa r ad Km. mil i i Ii. ima 'I'll led 111 III. Ike, I Iim 1 I N A HII , ltl. hi, I I It I I) -; l:ul nil s. I ( I Mill SI M Ml Ii s,. "I . Mol ri i i s r, 1 1: w hi c- . 1 1 n; :: mis : : 1 1 m .- ii, :. I h. I'llr I II. ' I It. quel que. 1 1 Is II III I. Will he I W 1 1 hlllllll ed III .. II ell. la II' . . At I h. III. . llllH, there w el e I and as Alliiiqinr.iiii lllole eeulr.il l.'i.tlle I Illll I he llllllihi I of paled thai Iheri II inol'e SIIIKeoll" last, the twelllh linost thai lnan . Is ill ii much a. II Is expo, i' '1 lo. li.r.s In re w .;: Th, She ,e,,l, lice ills. Lie urn A n in- prop, in. . I nn? Sill Ken I e lilies Tile III I I I h llllil UlllleU . held I rum ev I k'. I T II i e,l. The 1.1,-1 ka. ellll,! U'lh. Will he h.lll I lllole s I M US HI It I (ill , III illll . rai,, i ihi II tl I i. I IN ( ,, II 1 1 VI t ' Till I'CI I '-'. I'M.. I'l -I I I: I ll I 1 IV m iih: I HI -II .i;i i lo, I l;. llll I i;A. J. Maloy heal straw, I'xtiH liiii;,' hales only :i.' each. I . W. I I I'. DIRECTORS OF RETAIL MERCHANTS TO MEET! C-oil p W , I ,s she e, I ,n la I ler d. Ill el coin ill ii ll h..l "Ihe 1 T.V. Mr--. Mlhl.-i "PI .lolinsion. I'.i , 1 1. -mo i rat. is ii, il null a si i una. la i llianl er. Iml ll Hie possessor of of excellent leadership qualities . an i ha HI lonlst with uninlsla k ..C1IS of eXCellelll ll ;1 i II i II K a I a lid Tl Hal lie, Iv now il le. Tellll ohte, filled woman, whom Den pie a . pre. -la le and w until a I XI , ml s Hi Tex. hires lull' a w, I nl lie I, I ( hill w In h Nell ! in In Us a el ill in Tcs.arl.ii i ' h 1 1 in 1 11.4 lis ilii lion ;limenls. and s w onia lit inc.. Ian. Tex. ilk n. M, a i o. w a . inlet i . loliellll, is of olh. "Id the l.i I has he. w.tl iuloini. il i.n li.'i I, lit colli teollS to I he I'm. I n her i ha i nline le so will thai much I mil n 1 1 est e.l all.l il 11 il.. .11. hi, h 11 I'll. -nn, Mor old , , lilt W n ., l., I a .lire, to! s Mel, ha nt i Inet line, a it Hi. Otll W. l.ll. in. oh I, ..:iili lid (li.ttl a of ihe All, millet qio I' iissni , ,t, hi Will 1 X o'clock tills eve- e of Hie secret. 111, of the assoi latloll. st i . et I.. t w een Con -, . n in s. MISS HELEN TELFER BECOMES BRIDE OF DETROIT PHYSICIAN Deafness Cannot Be Cured t't ."! niM'li.'tiilW.ii) ti llH-y i ..hrtol li lt, ti llif I -t- W h.-u r'Hi.Mii' cum i.- t-nr 'I h. ti- 1- .-nl our '..I iii nl In t -in ilttit I. I. . mu-I ( tn Ii!1kim 1 - iim -I .-n tin At I. Idas a'l s. r.. ml M. thodis, d iiil'lM. I T, Her of ,a Dl c l oiioll ,i; ill,, ss, , all, I a I, i I'l itti home ceremony yes i noon, pel f oi incd hy lic on. of the Central Avium , hill . ll. M iss Helen Tell. I i Mr. and Mis. T W l is citv . he. ami- the hi 1.1. Vlt.elt Maul. llll. of tile IlllJO essiv e hy the liiiiii. diate intimate fl lends, at ilil I !'. . h.-ot, i.l Mrs. was s-'t i Man', mi Hni. lull,, u. ieal I -n rrte r.-,l , is - .... t , , . , t ,.t Ii .i I a le 11 Hll ollKlio,,! The hie l oW ll in a le t d left . v ni 1 i.lr peri I. e, f.lllllll a w, il il S.int i .on nip a popular Kir! PHONE 172 .-.i i-. Ill l. n . f lla- ni ., M,,ii.i.-I O- - a n . -I... i a I hi : it 1 ur. . Ill'VI V 4 I h.c "'. Ihi In, , In lit ph s i, 11, 14 1 Olc w h, ll II Mil I D Hell, w h. I e 1 hex li.ra f at, lhl . .nil l,-ti,l t-t Will 1 1 V , f J Kelt I.? Priicl... 7-"-' 'ial IUI. a I au.li l lilf f. r o baltpai' 1- !'.. . Ini k l.-a-tl tor si,:, ,, U, i,. anil tink. is 1,5 It. It N Hie U-t ..u can I t I I I . soul hern slreiini Its tracks parallel distance. The article. . in lows; The Alchlsoti, Topelia & Santu Fc mis ueii, (loing a large amount of hank prelection work In recent years heiweeti Kansas city, Mo,, and 1411, ley, where Its tracks closely paraller Ihe south hang of Ihe Missouri river. Tile larger purl of this hank proteo I Ion has con.Mlsli.il of the placing of willow mattresses from ti to lliil feet wide, Interlaced with ;-s inch wire slrainls. Tlic mattresses were load ed with riprap and sunk along the ii'ivcr hank. A hove lln. mattresses the hank Is sloped to a ;i to 1 slope, and covered with riprap. Such u ma 1 1 reus was put m scleral years an... just a hoi,- th,. Sihley hriilge, where Ihe rier was encroaching on Ihe hank al an alarming rate. At IhU point, where a mattress tit) feet wide h 'J, Kin fei I long uas placed, Ihe hank was sloped hy hydraulic pressure. since this protection has hecn put In the hank has resisted Ihe action of the swill current and is slili In very good on million, (.'or sonic lime difficulty had hecn experienced at another point near Congo, Mo., where the river was em ling out the too of the slope and causing Ihe hank to slide on a stra tum of shale into the stream, carry ing Ihc Hack ami pari of the hill side will! it. A mattress was placed in the stream at this poim ahoiit two wars ago, and 11 has elleiiixiiy stopped this i-i'iiiir and sliding. Two simitar slides 111 ;tr. feet of v iter were also stopped l.y this miihod hear Klnn, Mo. IVil It JUWiMICNTS aim: ki:di ni:i iiv ioi iit Four Judgments were rendered yesterday hy Judge Herhert F. Itav- tiolris, of Ihe district court. Two of Ihem were default Judgments, Cross. Kelly Ai Company ol, mined ii Judgment against Thomas F. Hin kert. for $ i . f r. o . ft o wil, mtorest and costs. The action had lieen hrouj'.ht Jointly against liinkert and his hrot!: er, John I'. Hlnkert, hut 110 Sen lee 1 Upon the, other In-other was ohtnined, so the Judgment was made against Thomas F. Hlnkert iilone. Tenuis Martini 7. securer! a judg ment against I'ahlo Chavez, nnd Frali clsquila s. de Chavez, for $ 1 5 r. . 7 3 , with costs and un attorney's fee of $23.07. (Truss, Kelly & Company secured a default judgment against Lnmorrl At licciiinini for $31 0.4 s and costs. Mr. I.omorri claimed that he had paid the half of the Indehtedness used as tl hasis of action since the proceedings hegun. The other default judgment was one in favor of Hie W' ilia rd Mercan tile Company against I'ahlo C. Cha vez, for t Id 1.11 with Interest and costs, including an attorney's fee of J-'l.r.-l. Better Than Ice Ice affords but temporary relief when suffering from heat a cooling breeze is more effective. Iced food or drink drives the heat of the body to the surface, making the skin feel hot and disagreeable; a breeze reduces the lemperature of the skin by process of evaporation, thus keeping the whole body cool and comfortable. The Electric Fan provides the ideal breeze for homes and offices the swinging, breeze that circulates the air in all parts of the room, so that all the occupants enjoy the benefits of its cooling influence. Let us install one in your home or office. Its breeze will keep you cool all summer for less than a-cent- an-hour. Did you ever try an Electric Fan? Let us rent you one PHONE 98 ALBUQUERQUE GAS, ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO. ARCRAEOLOGICAL SCHOOL TO OLD SESSION PURCRASERS LOTS PEOPLE OF 10 KNOW Summer Courses Offered a Santa Fe and Rito de los Frijoles Beginning August Distinguished Lecturers, Majority of Those Whq Have Bought in Raynolds Addition Are Persons Residing Long Time in Albuquerque, ORDERS ISSUED TO ARREST RECKLESS JOY-RIDERS Latest Accident to Tedestiian Results in Sheiiff's Office Taking Stiingent Regulation to Pi event Repetition. The day r y rider ho e along the inie load at a a.oin r or l..t cr. It is done mid there 10 more speedy speeding al the gay and fesliv. lode to nl.! Alhuqmr t 111.- West Central af pace calculated to kill r. gcncially sooner, is 1 is to ,r.g lh.it highway. 'I'lie edict has gone forth It.-ni the sheriff's office, hcing pro mulgated vesieid.iy hy I'lider sheriff Dn k Lewis, that het. aller all di pu- liis .,ri .si ,, nv ami all pi rsoiis who tine too t.ist. whether loan upon I'it.isuie or lontteiH of more imporl- tn e. The in nine ing hy loW 11 tune , p lake l-i d lllse riy S111nl.1v Antonio Sah.-drn, who v I all a ill oinohi le. Kloin this u. speeding will he a llaard- 1.IMII1,. it . il.out that heel 1 Pprattn rcquir careful treatment. Keep qu et ai d npplv chnniherlaln'f .Inliueiil fr.ely. !t will remove the .renesa anj quickly restore the parts a healthy condition. For cale b ull drurclata. People wlio know, who discrimi nate, are those who are huying lots 111 the Haynolds addition, west from Kighth street and .south from (.old avenue, which property was placed on the market Saturday morning. Three-fourths of the pur chasers of lots In the Havimlds addi tion are people who have lived in AlhuqUerque lor many years, who j know . very street and alley In the i city, who lememher the time when Alhuqiicrque was hut little mole I hi. 11 a whistling station. Ami many of the people w !io ha e hought ill the Kaynolds addition houghl Willi Ihe end in view of huihi mg ii home as quickly as po.-sihle. The slogan, "tiwn Your Own Home,'' has hecn heard so often, quoted so fre quently, that it has to Home extent, lost Its full meaning to some people. Hut there is magic in the words: "We own our own home," which home ow ners only, can adequately realize and appreciate. The first .step toward owning a home is in the purchase of the ground on which to luiil.l. The ground hought nnd paid for, it is easy to Fe 1 111c the money with which to hulld a home. Some people go along for cars with the thought and fact ever staring them in the face: "Any old I can hang my hat Is home, home, to in-." Others are get ting out of the rut and lining up things to make them independent am prosperous 111 the years to come. The Ka Holds addition offers Ideal sit. s for homes. A purchase of a lot in the addition is a good huy, whether for the purpose of owning a home or for an investment. As sure as Alhu- I que! que grows, the investment w ill in f thocrMse in value. The offer of a coii-norn-ilrait on a dollar dow n and a dollar a s riitil wci( hnsis is ii gilt edged one and when Hi. ie are 110 interest or taxes lo I p.. v for isi.-. ttie niter incomes even I more attractive. Think It over. ! Ke. p oil thinking. If vou decide to i t u 111 the I;. i Holds addition, take a ! look over the property. Polite and ; competent salesmen on the ground all day to show the lots to prospecliv e . pill chasers. The School of American Archeolo- e.v ni Santa re, has announced its summer program of courses. The session in t open August 1st, and some 01 ine most ins: ingulshod lec turers in the country will ho present to give the classes (he hem-fit of their knowledge and experience. Tile uiinouiiceinent sent imt hy the school, in part is as follows: A summer session will lie held in Santa Fe, urn at the ruins ill El Kito de los Frijoles near hy from August 1st to 30th, inclusive, at which lec tures will he given and research work conducted hy the regular stuff of the school on the distrihutloii and culture of tin; people in the southwestern part of the raited States mid northern Mexico In lire-Spanish times on the development of design in ancient I'u ohlo art, on the Indian culture o the southwest, on Hie civilizations ol ancient Mexico and Central America upon Hie native languages and meth ods of recording and .studying them. and upon Ihe hieroglyphic writings of the Ancient Mayas. In connection with these courses there will he excursions to such Important sites as Pecos and Puye, where lectures will he given at the ruins, and to neighlioring Indian memos lor lectures and ohscrvations on the houses, houselife, industries, social organization, ceremonies am environmental conditions of the In dians of the l;lo Orande valley. Stu dents will have the opportunity to 11I1 serve and participate in the excava tion of ruins, and every form of eth nological held work and la horatory research. 1 in Hi,. 4 th ,,(' August an nually, the school runs a special train of the archaeology of the Pujurito plateau. A series of morning walking excur sions conducted hy Professor Cocke rel! ulioiit Santa Fe and at the excavat ing camp for the study of Hie natural history of the region. Mr. Harrington, and a niimher of Town Indians will accompany professor Cockcrell on these trlps and will explain Ihe Tewa. ideas of plants and animals. Kaily study (last hall' of term) of the excavations of Tyuoiiyi. nocture excursions to the ruins; of Puye and Pecos. The C.reen Corn dance at Sonta Domingo. August 14th, :mu1 the Puehlo of San Ildefonso. A series of demonstrations hy Tewa Indians of their Industrial processes, games and ceremonials, under the di rection of Mr. Jesse U N'usliuum. Hound ta hie and camp lire meet ings for Informal discussion and con ferences. I'c I. from Sanla where the ilreen nessed. This is Hi ail the surviving ed hy external he I "'"' siveel .Results from Journal Want Ads 1 Santo Domingo, Corn dance is vvil- most important of summer ceremonies '! ih i...,st eorrupt 1 iiences. The ohject of Hie summer session Is to hrlng together persons interested in the history of culture for first hand investigation and discussion and to give uttidi-ntj. the opportunity for Meld work needed to supplement uni versity Instruction. The attention of teachers and students of pedagogy is called to the hearing of this work upon the practical prohh-ms of educa tion. The week following the close of the session may he devoted to excur sions to tile Puehlos of Taos .tenon. and Zunl. and the clnf dwellings of the Mesa Verde National Park, Colo rado. For Hies. , low railway rales have hecn secured. The program is as follows: Ten Lectures on "H.reditv and Evolution," Prof. T. D. A. Cockerel! Five la-cures on "The Evolution of Language," Mr. John P. Harrington Ten Lectures on "Historic Epochs 1,1 Art" Dr. Hector Elliot Three Lectures on "Shamanism, Folk Lore and Humanizatmn". . ' ' ; 1,r- ' harles F. Lumtnis l ive Lectures on "The Art of Co pan" .... Mr. Sjhamis ;. Morley Five Lectures on dic k. Archiieol- " Ogy Utld Art" .. I,r. Mitchell Carroll Ten Lectures on "llonuin r,-)i-j...,t. ogy and Art" . . Dr Harrv L. ViIson l ive Lectur.-s on "The Monuments of the Aztecs," I ir. K. u ,,,.,. A series of morning walk oil- SiotiS conduct, il l,v the ,lir..,- .... the study of the archaeology and his tory of Santa Fe, and another s.-ri,.- t the ekiatatlng rami, f...- .1... ... New Tuberculosis Remedy Based on Medicine To nay that a siifflfli- exi.stf for th cure of I'oiiMUinptlon in iut.ihiih too Ktnmtf B Htatonit'iit, but in Krkniun'K Altm.tivt we luivt1 u iiierfirlm t Imt Iuih lit'tfii (hw lueutiri of Knvinjf uutny a lirV to yoiirn of useful lift, nnd in pel iiniiiiMilly curing a hire- number uf ('.'iisiiinptiws. Certainly a person uftllfted with a wt.st Ihk dise;i, should he well fed will) wholesome, nourishing food, but fre quently raw eirijs in quiddities muse a digestive breakdown, nnd thru no td'd nuurishe). Am for milk, a very iro.d fond for inauy, but a producer of biliiufli.eai! for some. Any diet that keeps a rnnsuinptive wtdl nourished is the rij-'ht one, but what In Kulna to cure the put lent V K( kntHn's Al terntive has eurod nnd U curing mmiv 0 ens of Consumption. I,et those soeiik who k now. ili-re Ih a fptM-imen ; !. Savannah St.. ltuchester. N. Y. "( leiitlenieu : On June li, l.Jti7, I watt operated upon for Tubercular poritoni tin, at St. Mary's Hospital, H.M-hentpr. N. Y. After the operation my physician gave me up ax hnpelr-. I was t hen uri;w, by a priest to take Kckmans Al terative, which I did. My welnht nt tin' lluie was '2 lbs, I befrnii to improve and Htendily gained lu health and utrenth. 1 now wciirh lbs., and nm Mlisoluteli cured. llcUi-vint,' I owe It to myself and of urs I make t his at a t'Miic nt." (Signed A flldnvlt) ) K I N A KINZKIt. Kekmau's Alterative n effective lu I!nm chit la. Asthma, Hay I-'ever; Throat and l.uutc Troubles, and In upbuilding the pystein. Poes not contain pol-sons, oplnt-s or liablt forrulnt? drui;. Ask for booklet of cured ciisew nad write tn Kf kmau laboratory, rhllndelphia. Ph., for more evl dnr l'"ir rale by all lead In if druKKlsts am) Alvnrmla riuirmiicy uiul Ilililaml Miitriimcv in AIIhmmmtoim'. i-''!'i'''-l'J 3 3 tmm J 1 m Which to a Doughnut Is a Cousin. The latter we bake Fresh Each Day. And Sell at 10 cents The Dozen. The holes in the center of the doughnuts we bake Are smaller than in many others, Thus more for the price If ours you take. And you'll find no Better Pioneer Bakery 807 South Mrst Street. n,. pimii I