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THE ALBUdUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER, 23, 1912.
FIVE K A DOLLAR A YEAR Is All Mrs. Campbell Needs to Keep in Good Health Now, According to Her Own Statement. .Mi in i, Arl;. In a li'ttrr . I mm this place, Alls. Annti Campbell says: "Seven years nun 1 was in n rritiral (miikI 1 1 ion was sn 'weak Hint I I'onlil nut Ri-t out nf lii'il fur four weeks. I wns advised tn try Cardui, t lie woman's tonic, Mini I bnuKht n bottle, llefore I had t.ikcn ttto-tlii'ils of it, 1 was not only able lo he ui, liut could ilo my work. At timi'S, now, I have headache, bn'ckacho, anil weak tretnhliiiK spells, hut it ilocsn't take lint three or four ihises of CuPlnl lo xlrniKhlcn me out. ready for work, I have lieen usiiiH Curdul lor I I years, tint it only takes one liottle a :ye;tr for me now, anil I ilon't lake any other kinil of medicine. I am also Kivinir it to my ila lighter, ami it is doinK' her all the Knml In the u mid. 1 wonhl riot he without Cardui In 1 1 - lioine." This letter. picked at random from our file of many similar ones, should certainly convince' you that, Cardui is, at least, entitled to a lair trial, if you .suffer from any of the ailments so common to women, or merely neel a tonic for that tired, nervous, worn-out fcelillK. Cardui has heen helping weak wo men tor over hall' a century. 11 will help you too. Try Cardul. . IS, Willi" to: l.sulie.-.' Adx l-nry l)cH., Chattanooga Medicine Co., ( haltaniKCa. 'i'enii., lor S p i -i 1 1 1 In structions, mm (1 l-iiite hook, "'llonic Treat incut lor Women," .-cm In plain wrapper, on rcipio-l. Adv. BOTH COMMITTEES HAVE CHARGE Chairman Baca and Taft-Jaffa Club Vie With Each Other in Arranging Proper Reception for Congressman Cole, The war hetween County Chairman Kll'emi linen and Hie newly organized Tall-Jaffa club, has reached an acute Mane. Mr. Ilaea had hired a band with which to greet lion. l!alih K, Cole, when he reaches the city tonight and had badges printed for a reception committee to greet the congressman. Also ho had engaged the Klks' theater for the speaking. It now develops that the Jaffa club has engaged another band, has had other reception committee badges printed, and has engaged the theater iilsn. It i.- asserted by Chairman llaca. so the Journal is informed, that he pro poses to pull off the meeting accord ing lo his program and Mr. llfehl is just as determined that the Jaffa club shall have charge of the Ohio .statesman. When Congressman Cole reaches -the city this evening, he will see the belligerent Interest lined up on the platlorni ready to receive him. Whether there will be a riot no inn can predict, but it is understood that (he mayor of the city will have a force or the city's finest on hand to see (hat no blood Is shed. It has not been thought that ne i cssity exists for the mounted police or for a company of the national guard. Il is unite possible, It is said, that they may compiom'so by allowing Ihe Jaffa committee lo pay the bills, while Mr. Ilaea as county chairman, runs the meeting. MINE EMPLOYES RETURN TO WORK K Nov. net. l'l. Several hundred niincis and smelter men returned lo their wink here today. The rarpen- tils' union at McCill has called the strike off and It is said that the ma chinists have asked consent from their rational hcaibiuarters to take Ihe came action. There have I ecu no dis turbances in the district this week. m:ki.v TWO TIKH SAM) STItlli:itS NOW AT WOIIK. lliugham, net. '2. Nearly 2. anil men are at work in the mines here today. .Many former employes of the l lah Copper company returned to (he mines this morning bringing- the total number of men now at work for this company to more than 1,000. Th district output iN about fifty per cent of normal. Mabel llite Dies of Cancer. Neiv York. Oct. Mabel Hite. ac tress, in private life Mrs. Michael J. Dunlin, wife of the baseball player, died hole today. Last June she under went an operation for cuncer. She was 2S vcars old. W e-lci ii Pin-ilu- lll li eis Ce-clectcil. San Francisco. I. 12.--officers and directors of the Western Pacitic were re-eb ctoi! at (he iintmal meeting of the Mock holders held lu re today. DETERMINED TO DEMOCRATS PLAN TOlSOfl OFFICERS OFF-SET MONEY Unterrifieci Audience Assured That Taft-Jaffa Club Will Mean Plenty of Funds for the Use of Republicans, The largest and most enthusiastic meeting of the campaign was held by the Wilson-Marsha II-Kergusson club last night at ils hcad'inarlers on Cen tral avenue. Hvcry scat was lillcd ami the croud listened with intcre.-l to the speakers. The members engaged tit a lengthy and animated discussion of plans for the remained of the cam paign. Several speakers dwelt upon tin fact that the organization of tin- Tafi Jalfa club meant Hint a big slush fund would be used by the republicans. It was the expressed Intention of the club members lo meet this handicap of lavish expenditure by extra hard work and watchfulness lotwecn now and election day. I'resldent Hall presided at tin meeting. That H. I!. Fergusson would get the full support of the l'ecos valley, and that Ihe democrats of that portion of the state would roll tip a tremen dous majority for Wilson and Mar shall were messagi s brought to the ineellng of the club by a parly of Koswell party workers. Lucius Dills, It. M. Parsons, J. S. Len and ('unlit; Clerk I!. L. Ilallard. all of the l'ecos valley metropolis, made speeches pre dicting the overwhelming success of the ticket in that section. The meeting was largely attended and was enthusiastic throughout. Campaign issues were discussed by a numl it of speakers. W. L. lilessing, of Shawnee, Oklahoma, a worker of the democratic national committee among the laboring men, especially railroad men, told of his experiences in the middle stales, and declared that Wilson would carry every stale in which he had worked. F. 11. Lester and II. .1. Collins de villed their speeches to emphasizing the necessity for energetic campaign woik and to calling attention to the dangers of over-cciilidciice. .1. C. Lewis also spoke along these lines ami called attention to the fact thai (he almost certain election of Wilson made the re-cleelioit of Kergusson for congress a necessity if Xevv Mex ico was to receive any attention from the gov ern mciil during the next four years. Short Informal talks were made bj M. 1". Vigil, County chairman Louli; MeUae. Judge W. W. MeClcllan. Colonel J. li. Albright, Thomas J. I'assniole and others. it was announced that Xatlonal Committeeman A. A. Jones of Las Veuas would make an address at the Klks theater Friday evening, (his be ing one of a series of speeches he vue scheduled to make on a trip through the slate following Congressman Itnlph H. Cole, who is appealing for the republicans. Volunteers to work all dav elec tion day at the polls were called for and more than thirty members signed up for the day's labor. .t. Heartburn, Gas, Dyspepsia and all Stomach distress ended with "Pape's Dia pepsin," You ilon't want a slow remedy when your stomach is bad or an uncertain or a harmful one your stomach is too valuable; you mustn't injure it with drastic drugs. Tape's Diapcpsin is noted for it speed ill giving relief; its liarniless ness; its certain unfailing action in regulating sick, sour, gassy stomachs. Its millions of cures, in Indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis and other stomach trouble has made It famous the world over. Keep this perfect stomach doctor In your home keep it handy get a large fifty-cent case from any drug store and then if anyone should eat something; which ilocsn't agree with then; if what (hey eat lavs like lead, ferments and sours and forms gas; causes headache, dizziness and nausea; " talions of acid and umligesied food remember as soon as I 'ape's Onipepsin comes in contact with the stomach all such distress vanishes. Its promptness, certainly and case in overcoming the worst stonuu orders is a revelation to tho. try it. Adv. dis vv in YIELDS CANDIDACY FOR GOVERNORSHIP Kvi-rett, Wash., Oct, Found In eligible, because filling a judiciary position, for the deniocrallc guberna torial niiminatitiii received at the Sep tember primaries, Judge William Wil son lllack, of the Snohomish coiiniy district court, today announced his candidaev for stale supie court justice to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Chjer Justice llil.'ih Dunbar. Wife' .etter to rre-t. Valb-jo, Cal.. Oct. 2?. Clyde C. Wilcox, a marine atlached to (he -Mare Island navy yard, was nrrcstofl today on information charging him with embezzling Vl.uilO last August, from ii I'.aneroft, Kan., Ji.ank, of which it is said he was assistant cashier. A letter written him by a woman, said to be Ms wife, at St. Joseph led lo his'nrrest.. .Mo WITH WORK ONE DOSE MAKES INDIGESTION GO TO BE INSTALLED THIS EVE! Banquet to Follow Ceremonies Which Will be Held in Ma sonic Temple Beginning at 7 O'clock. The installation of Ihe officers elected yestcrda.v by tile tlialld Lodge, A. I-'. A. M , of New Mexico, will he held this evening at the Ma sonic temple. The exercises will begin promptly at 7 o'clock. Immediately lollovving the inslnlla- j lion, n bniuiuel w ill be held in the naiujuet nan oi ine lompie, lompu Lodge No. II. being hosts. This will be an nliair for .Masons only. Tile officers elected yeslerda.v were J as follows: j ilr.uid Master - M I:. Williams, Las Vegas. Iicputy C.ra ml Master Walter 1'. ChiMim. Koswell. Senior (liiinil Warih-n Nathan Jaffa, Koswell. Junior tirand Warden I!. I". Hale, Mesilla Park. (Ira ml Treasurer Arthur J. -Maloy, Albtunieniue. tirand Secretary Alphcns A. Keen, I A lbinineriuc. The appointive officers will be nuin j ed tomorrow . j The grand lodge sessions wHI con i elude tomorrow . E Notice is hereby given by (he un dersigned committee of the members of the progressive party of llernallllo county. New Mexico, that a meeting will be held at the city of Albmiuer itie, x, .VI. , on ihe ril day of Octo ber, 1 111 L at 7 o'clock p. m., at the headquarters of the progressive par ly at LbM West Colli avenue, for the purpose of organizing a Itooscvelt-Jnhnxon-1 laca club, and to elect of liecrs, for the said club, therefore We Invite all those poisons who arc in sympathy with progressive principles, to attend sa id meet ing : JIi'S IIO.MKKO, A10HFSTO C. ol!ii J. K. IlLINN, litANK KAI.Iil, AL. COLKMAX, 0, A. MATS! in, A. MoNTOVA. C. (.AI.I.KCOS, T. SANDOVAL. MACK! IONIA II KliltF.KA, Ji SK TKLAS AI'oDACA, (ii:o. A I! NOT. M. I!. Sl'ltIX(li:H, A. I'.MtKNTI. ' K. 11KAIU, J SK Tltl'JlLLO. VIXCKNT lio.M -:i:o, A. C. DK LAl'A, 1. KoI'OI.Iio CIIAVKZ, J. J. SANCHKZ, W. W. Mclx IN ALU, AI.KSSA.NDIK I M A TTIOl'l 'CI. AMAlu I MATTKreCI, QI'lltlNo eori.TKi:, ,11'AN UO.MKKo OAKCIA, KDl'A lilio M. IIACA, P. Ali.MIJo. JI!., JOK I )i:L !' ATK, I). M. MOUIiAN. JOSK 1. I.I'CKIti i, jut: i: am us, I!. lidiM'.. KICK l.KWIS. a. c. nritTLKss. E PLAN OF TAFT Governors to Whom President Presented Scheme Announce They Favor It; Only One Ex ecutive Dissents, (Ity Miirntn-- .luiirnnl Niiri-iul LciimciI Wirr. Iteverly, .Mass., Oct. President I'l'affs plan for co-operation banks for lth.e Anier.can farmer lias been cn- iloised by seven governors. Ten let ters from stale cxeeiit.'ves discussing th" plan have been received here. (Iovernor I ",u Id win of Connecticut is t.n- only governor to express disap proval. Two letters were received froi'i secretaries lo governors. The gio i mors w ho approve I the presi dent's idea me, Kberharl, of Minne sota; Pother, of Ithode island; Fuss, of .Massachusetts; Vcssov, of South (Dakota; lllease. of .South Carolina; 'Jiildsboriiugh, of Maryland, and Mann, of Virginia. The president in his letter to the Rovcl-nols said the lllestlon of co operative credit for farmers at Interest rales eipial to those paid by capital, was one for the slates to take up and ,-uggcsted thai (In- governors in their conference at Kit hmond, Va., early in I lecember. discuss the m ilter. All the executive)- who replied favorably said hey would be glad to consider the matter. '1 he president will spi bridge Springs Saturday to arrive In Washington day. k in Canv and plans arly Sun- Colorado l ini A Iron l.lecis Oliioel-. Denver, iicl. 22. The newly elect ed directors of the Colorado Fuel & Iron Co., met hole today and elected J. A. Writer, of Denver, as sierelary of the inmiialiy. to sic -ceil II. II. Hunt. All other olfioors weiij b eted. IG Rl IS APPROVED GOVERNOR HARMONiTAFT'S ELECTION IS SAYS WILSON WILL SWEEP COUNTRY One of Three Most Prominent Candidates for Democratic Presidential Nomination in City on Way East, "(lovol'imr Wilson will sweep the country. That he will be Ihe next president of (he I'nited Stales Is as certain as anv thing possibly can be. without It having actually taken place. It is a democratic year and Wilson and Marshall will be elected on .No vember r." The foregoing brielly summarizes an interview given mil by Coivernor Jud son Harmon, of Ohio, while he was in A lbiiiUeriiie yesterday afternoon for half an hour, en rout" lo his home Lit Columbus, from a trip to San Frtin jclsco. (iovernor llirmon, aeeompa- nieil nv .Mrs. iiariiion. ineir iiaugniei, Mrs. W. II. Uiuiil. members of Ills staff and a special com mission coni posul of It. K. McCarly, F. K. Myers and Prof. John I). Lloyd, appointed by the legislature lo choose the site lot Ihe Ohio building al (he Pananu I'aeillc exposition In ini.'i at San Fran cisco, was returning easl. The party was traveling 111 two pri vate cais. One of these was a lux uriously appointed private ear be longing to Ihe l'enn-v Ivanla lines, which (Iovernor llarnion and his fam ily occupied, while Hie other was a standard Pullman, in which the com mission and members of the slaff traveled. When the train stopped here, (Iov ernor Harmon improved Ihe oppor tunity lo gel a little fresh air and lo view (he llarvev curio rooms. With Mrs. llarnion and their daughter, thev spent a busy half hour ill the curio rooms, during which ihey made num erous purchases. (Iovernor Harmon received news paper men cordially, and though Ihe lime I'm- talking was limited lo a few minutes, did not hesitate to express himself on the political situation. "I can only say that the oudook for deniocrallc success Is most gralifying at Ibis lime," slated the governoi. and the election of Mr. Wilson seems assured beyond an) doubt. 1 think (iovernor Wilson will cirry such staler as New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania and other pivotal slates. The light In Ohio) as between the republicans, the pro-I gresslvcs and Ihe democrats is spirit ed Ibis year, but I believe Ihe demo crats will succeed in carrying the state for the democratic standard bearer." Several of the members of the gov ernor's party, however, expressed doubt as lo whether Wilson would car ry Ohio as against President i'al't. one of them declared he be lieved that Tall would get a safe plurality over Wilson and Itoosevelt, sinc e the repu Idlea lis were centering their efforts In Ohio vvltrt a view lo saving that slate for President Tail, since Ohio Is his home, one of the members of Ihe party also said that President Tall would carry more statics than the ilemoerals were will ing to admit, and (hat Kooscvctt would poll practically as many democratic votes as he would republican votes, since there were dissatisfied members in each of (In- dominant political par ties. (Iovernor llarnion expects to reach home Thursday iilghl. He will leave almost liiimeiliately on his arrival at Columbus for New York, where he will deliver one or more speeches In -fore election day on behalf of tile democratic national ticket. li. M. I'.ealtv, Little Lock Ark., fered with kidney 1 rouble, had severe says: "For Ihe past (wo ytirs I suf palns ncross my back am. over my hips that almost meant ib-clh to me at times. I used several vvel, known kld- i ney remedies, bin got no ic'lef until I used Foley Kidney Pills. I base J can truthfully say made me n sound and well man." J. II. O'lt'-Uy Co. Adv. Pi ogre he- on Nebraska llnllol, Lincoln, Neb., Oct. 22. The stale suprein-,' com i today affirmed Ihe rul ing of the district court, holding the progresslv iiiy nominees are en titled to a place on the ballot. Campaign I ami boiil Kii:!(l,(HI(. j New York, Oct. 22. A statement of of campaign receipts and expend,- j lures will I, - issued by the ilenioera-j lie nnlional hemp, tinners on Friday. I The expenses so far are about $ri.',il.-i (Mill, (he t ipts i:(l,nibi. j Alclibobl Piles Vol New York, i tel. 2i bold, expected as u the proece. lings Invi Appear in Coin I. .John l- Arch vvil ness today .in Iving lb Iltlol of the Waters-Pierce ('il Company, again failed in attend :uel an ad Inurnment was taken until tomorrow. SHE LOST RER RAIR AND GOT IT BACK WITH HERPICIOE Don't be "ine discouraged siiupl' because your hair falls and Is thin weak and wispy, until yon have tried lleipiculc. "I first began lo use Nenv bro's Heii!,ide three years ago, af ter a spell of fl-Ver, Which caused toe In become almost bald. Ilirpieidc I soon restored the tiianti(v and natural' color of my hair. 1 feel lost without a bottle of il-lpieide 111 the house." Thus .Mis. Anna C. !.ayn, V21 Second avenue. Louisville, Ky., tells ill In 1 own vvotib, how she lost her hair andj bow she got I' back. Mrs. Lnyu s e-j pl riellce has been llllplical.il a tboll-; sand II " and call be repealed thoil-' sands inoie. 1 .New bro's llcrpleiib keeps the ha't'j and sculp In a perfectly health eon-j ditiiin. Win n Ihe hair papilla has noi ! I oen ip.iiiaril b the ravages 111 llle CERTAINTY SAYS J. L. Republican State Chairman ar:l National Committeeman for Aiizona Declaies Pat ty Cany Countiy, .). Lorenzo llnbbell, of Can.iilo. All., republican state chairman and national commil iceman for Arizona, declared last night that i'.iti would surclv carry the nation on November '.th. He added that a slrong showing would be made in Arizon i. If not a successful one, and that Tall and ,laf fa would carry New Mexico. "Tuffs election is certain," he said. "Tall will gel every vote thai can be got in the east, where the conserva tive business nu n will go mil in a body and cast their ballots for him. liooseVelt Will gel the Vote of Ihe la boring classes. Kv cry tr.ub s unionist in Ihe country, almost, will vote for lloosevolt, because of his appeal to thai class. And what's left for Wil son.' Wli.i, the southern stales, which would vote for him because he Is a democrat, no niaiur who else Is run ning. Whether .Mr. liooscvelt or Mr. Wilson will be third in the race Is hard to say. The best that Wilson will he able to do will be lo throw the election from Ihe electoral college lo tile house of represent. IliVes. the very best lie will be able to do is this. "Tell me. voiing man. do v,ui Ihlnk that Wilson Is going lo carry Maine".' lie won't, lio you think he Is going lo carrv New Yolk" or Pennsylvania? The repul licans w ill get all three of them. Where, then, is Mr. Wilson go ing to get Ills vole? lie Will get a vole in the electoral college, of course, but the popular vole Is going lo go lo Ml. Koosevell. The progressive parly loday is drawing slreiigth from th" democratic party, and (he republican party from the progressive party. '"And Taft will carrv- New Mexico, iust as surely as he will carry the na tion. Figure II out yourself. The dem ocrats and progressives together were able to roll up only a majority of .'I.HIMI over Uurstini. Julia will poll 1 ,('i( more votes than IHirsuni, won't he? Well, now thai the democrats ami the progressives have separale llcke!', whal does that leave von bin a n pub lican ticket in the lead? "As lo Arizona, we will make a strong showing there, especially In Ihe northern part of the state. I be lieve we will carry Unit for Taft. and If we do not carry the entire slate, we will at least make a good showing." A well known couple will he mar ried III Ihe Hallowe'en Mas.Uerade ball given by the Tuxedo Social club al. Colombo hall, ( let. ;i lsi. y Preparations of Down-Town Football and Baseball Park Being Rushed to Allow A, H, S,-Las Vegas Contest Theie. Work on the new gridiron park is being rushed to provide, if possible, lor Ihe playing of Ihe first game there Saturday, when Ihe Albuipieritue High school meets Ihe eleven from Ihe Las Vegas Normal university. This gunn Is expected lo be a very exelllng one and if the ilowii-town park can be completed In lime for It to be played there will draw a large crowd. The new park Is being constructed on si-iiii tilii- principles. The entire space lo he occupied by the hall Held is being plowed up and harrowed and when Ibis work is done will be rolled down smooth again. This will make a lield bald enough for fast plnylti yci not so hard that a fill on It will be severe. The posls for Ihe fence were hauled over to the ground, which is lo be rl Ihe enriier of TIJeias avenue mid th" Santa Fe tracks, yesterday aliernooi;. I'lactleally all Ihe post-holes are dug, and the plowing and harrowing of the Held proper Is about completed. If Ihe lumber I'd the fence can hi gol onto the ground Ins! enough, I, is likelv that the llebl call be fenced ill bv Salurday and that th ga lie plave'i scheduled for tleit d I here. be The High sell d bovs at dis- dandruff get in, Hie heir will icui-m lis suspended grow tb. Ncnh io'h lletpieido kills the dand ruff germ and cheeks billing nan The Itching of the scalp slops -ill i i; I Instantly, others imitate and nial similar claims, but Hie i rigmal daiol- llllf gellll destroyer is llelpicidi Applications ot this w bill- lellu-ilv- Illav be obtained at any g ii, .1 uarbi r -hop Send Hie III poster, or silver !"! sample and booklet lo Tin- 1 1 crpe ei -Co.. D.pt. I!.. Doiroii. Mich. .Ywbri's HcMueHle in :,ii, ii nd l " sizes is sold by all dealers who guar antee il to do all thai is i la I. if vmi are not satisfied vonr mini w II ) r.lnnileil. .1. II. d Liclli (,,., .ci.il Agents, Adv . HUBBELL INITIATE NEW GRIDIRON WITH GAME SATURDAY Now Is the Time to Buy In Bioyfevaird Northwest Albuquerque Prices are now so low in this beautiful subur ban subdivision that bicj profits will be made by present buyers. Prices will soon begin to advance ---simply because they cannot help advancing when all contemplated imrrovements are completed, such as grading streets, planting thousands of orn amental shade trees, making miles of scientifically arranged irrigation ditches, etc., etc. Therefore, if you wish to share in the profits of Boulcvarde Place, buy now. If you don't, you will regret it. Every day somebody tells us how much he regrets he did not buy Albuquerque suburban property five, ten, fifteen or twenty years ago. You will sigh such vain regrets in a few years if you let this splendid opportunity pass by, because Albuquerque is going to double her population in the next three years. Write or telephone us today for latest particulars regarding this ideal real estate proposition. SUBURBAN Room 3, First National m yed bv th, ir defeat at the hands t In- MetuHil school last Salnril.iv, of bill stl I at I lie for tai'liU ahead to develop lis um a team as possible. They are considerable expense In briiiKiirv, I.as Venn alienation down here a name, ami an- making a slroini leal lo nil lovers of ill sport to nil Ihe iuime and swell the tuilc elpls. a PI ..il. lo- MANDOLIN CLUB TO BE REORGANIZED FOR WINTER SEASON The Klllo Mandolin elub Is lo be te ol i;.i n ii'il nt an early dale, accordlm-: lo Ihe plans of the members, and will FEEBLE OLD FOLKS The hand of lime rests heavily on old people..'-. their blood is (bin, their food docs not dlKesI well, the heart Is tired from Its limit years of work. They are entitled o the loviiiK care of the yuuni.',' and struiiK. Il is a line thills' to know dial much can be done to tnake I lie in happier, i Mir splendid cod-liver and Iron tonic, Villol, d"c-- i Id folks a world of nood. It i nriches their blood, n I vis them bet. let- appetite and ilir,esi ion, and adds Kteailv to their sttciialh and endur ance. There is no doubt thai Vinol has prol'inm-i! Ihe llvis of thousands of old pie, and It is eiiually x I for all otluis who are rundown in health. We i In erfullv nivc back the uionev if Vinol ,oes not please, 'lis ino at our risk. .1. II. oilb llv Co., illUKtiMS, A Ibmplel u ue, , M. --Adv. The World's Greatest Treatment" Tin; Mom i; NEAL Ijllfhl-V I III s DRINK HABIT l'iidoi-Jed and used by a i;re.il c.ov i iniiH nl. I ,' eci 1 1 1 1 m eit d i d bv biiioticd of leadiim citir.eiis and thousands ol cured ti.itbiil-i. I'.si.iblished in wxl.v principal eltii s-. I I. ii nib .-i vecelabb medicines taken internally without painful hypodermic injections or bad alicr-effeels. No Charge Unless Satisfie at the end of Ihe lieatmeiit. 1-triiesl and best equipped in si It II I Ii ill of the kind in tin- southwest, with private rooms for puib-iiii. iicatineiit at home, lioli I or i ! al' a i ralii;ei! f"l those who pn for. '.ill, wrilo or phono Z:. ALBUQUERQUE NEAL INSTITUTE f,U N. Second St. CHICHESTER'S PILLS jy. N I. ! t Amk fo.r lrtttfUt . A i -4 4 b.-rb-, -' IHUHittftil TlrnHtf Ci'Jf in IU4 1 Cld (taiouAY t urs, M-.. I With !:. It I' 'i'l'fl. V V'vJ 'I wihrr llur uf fuur I fit rucrl-t. A i ( If M fit . TI R 1 Jr IHAMOMI i;hm I'il.l M, t-.t . ' 13 W VfMi k H'n as H-.l, '-tie t. l v- Krtu i f sin n rv ni r.i.Kis i w us uhi m ace REALTY GO. Bank Bldg., Telephone 899 prepare lo render concerts buiitiK the winter season. This club Is now com posed of eluhl members, who are vvorkliiLi under the dlreetlun of prof. C, A. Ibiehl. but Is open for several Mini'-, Anyone who wishes to .loin the club Is lciiiested to confer with the dli ictor at his home, 4 HI South Third si reel. The club played on a number-' of occasions last winter and made c trite a ice. ml for llself. l.ailb kalliiK i only rink. this aliornoon al the 'M FRENCH FEMALE PILLS. Oimtun fUtue ftir i-rrnMP Wwt ?. 1 NIVCR INOWH TO mil. fur.' 9Frn t, u.m i.uMiftiiiFt'il or Moury lUtitttntfd. S.-ut pri'iit I for tl 00 iht tni. H'lll hiiI ttaftuu irlkl.to m t'Kivl for I lii U rHleveii. 8ttipl V True If Tuur 4f 'l(gll iluM u4 iitF tlwiii Btiu .foil i Uidnra li) in UNIT O MEDICAL CO., toi T4, Lfeftft, A1im ItHldlilo, DUKE CITY CLEANERS-HATTERS Sl'lt V. tiohl. Phone 1111. Mogollon Stage and Auto Line haii v. f.eitve Silver City 7 a. m. Arrive MokoUoii 4 p. m. I.esve Mounllon 7 a. in. Arrive Silver City 4 p. m. Special Cars on Ropiest nil or Address: V. W. Mnrrlctt, Prop. Silver City. N. M. ! On Aeeount of Annual Reunion Scottish Rites At El Paso, Oct. 21st to 25th, s-.mta l-'e will sell excursion licUets at one and one-fifth fust clasH fare, limited to int. 27th. Dates of sale. Oet. 1Mb. I'fith and 21st. V. .1. .101CNSOV, Asent.