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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Friday, October 13, 1916.
Four F IBS! COLORADO TEW WILL PUT HERE TOMORROW New Mexico's Showing Against Miners May Be Step To ward Its Entrance Into Rocky Mountain Conference Weight, ISO pound it cad hi4 McMelns will plsj UM Important position of fullback, steed I u freshman, but of natural football ability. HoMaln i a mui whom Hutch in planning to develop into un iill-noutliwcHK-ni fuDbaOh nd his work in last Sn I n i .la h gams Indi- cnte Ihul this Link is Tiir from hope- ...... . . ..ti less with lass two men si iu Hutch i eonftdenl ttukvl hi bach field! grill i. . n balam d and I ground i gainer. Wright, si. mi ill, McMlnl lit, PLENTY OF MEN GERMAN EDITOR PROPOSED T IN ENGLAND TO TO IKE SPEECH BILL DISCUSSED ,,, least 100,000 tenth every Ken' iron, the plagn. Mid ir. Carrand, II living t ii : t i onstltute ine pron- HoW DUUIJ lliiM' arc in tbis DU1 CNTINO E MM FOR PRESIDENT BY AUTHORITIES r un lose to the i o be fitted disease, Df, bow ii' ces- The Dnlvsreltj .i Now mmIco-CoI-onido School of Milieu gaato, chd- uled fur tomuriow. will mam the finnltut of 11 new cm in Hie gridiron l.iaiorv of New Mi mo A 1 'ado team will Invade New Mexico for the flist time. The gume will I" the hci Olid Hep In New MettCO'l fight ' WtB entrance to ih iio. k moantaln con ference That would menu h share of Ml . inference namtn foi Albuquar- The line-Hi. In tOtHOITOW'l K a me will bo: Nohl will play left end. Nohl I" showing up thiN jreai even better than him and I switching the hull ftotn mid.iii Mid carrying II awny for gal III varying from two g m yards, hi work In the (tame Hgalimt Colorado collsgo in t Saturday wa one of the t. .iluied of the same. TblB la his hci -on. I year with the uimcmliy team and hln work on the defenatvi play aliowi Ua proven ent Weight, 141 pound Floyd baa, tin ia& pound taoklo, h.,Me work last Saturday win ioop ihut aarnad f"i the aaiaa of b bag one of the iin play an of the Hum, Will play next to Nohl 111 left tin kle. Us In one of Miotic, plucky. snail fallowa wiio aataniabea I Be foot ball fan thai haw the Idea thm football lii a isome where naught but size nT i stall count. Thin in Lioe'a third oar with the IV N M H.puid mid bin weight bag nevei handii d him. ffgrg will play left guard, l.aiia nton wan handicapped in hint Satur day's game on aecount of ii weak an kle and Hutch did not inli nd tO play MM, However. Ihe line needed l.uiiK Htnii and UHgfaton wan In th" gano for the first to Hie hint whistle. Hla work In lam yenl's mime against the Aggie gained for him a name In foot ball In New Mexico. Hln work thin yc.ir in better than that of last year and with his ankle In shape It l ex pected thut he will ahow up axoaad Ingly well against the Miner. f IjHIKHton It might iiIho be euld Hull Ma weight i no handicap fay be weighs ir, pound YVIgeley,' whJ "nturred In the game hi Colorado springs, will pass tho ball from eentor. Hln We work wan a feat lire of laat Saturday'! name and with ii MMd new p!lr of niiide -to-order punting ihoea bo la aspecUng to Iom the ball in Iha game aniii""' ,hn bltnan Wtgahj had a hiaii aohool raaord and with UM iralatni andaf i .nu ll Ktttchinaaa n Ii expected thai ba will make tor liiniHelf iii iird In fnnthnii which may even act beyond the borden of "ir woatara football, Vfeigtit, IM pounda Feather win play rtghl guard for the UMvaratty and bin welaht, 1 1 n, pounda, together with hiM natural foot-1 hall iihllin will lelidei III III ahiind -l ontly able to take oar Of Iiin nut n. BO Matter who ha la reathei play th old Bteady larae, la in th game at! of the time and acu tiu nan alatoal every time. Thii. b bin nei I yaat with the Univerelt) loam I'ete Mneaio, th little guard who played well In the name imainnt Color ado Sprint!, ban been moved to the poafttoa of linhi tack l and if ba hoi, In thai pomtloll iih well an lie did the position of Kiiard Hie l niverlly ... . . .. ....i . i .1. m 1 will time leanon in ic. i i n plucky utile fellow, awrenly fool I luchea lull and Weigh In BbOUl 110 pound!. He had nothing to say re garding tomorrow' yam a b"1 J11"1 nulled that ninlle which make hlH opponent think h i" too good Baturad t,, hit hard However, Ihe Mid op ponanl loon learna thai thai mll dooa not Indh at thai the frtendllnal o ireatmenl is foi I bi omlng Pet i, , o iiiuke ullsoiitbwi Htern tackle thin yeai Captain Broreln win play rlghl end Broreln la aothai on of thja ft): low upon whom Ihe UnlVOlUt) M" aray count to play tho iteady name Hln OppOnMU soon learn to will ill hi end with a Vigilant cc. He ha been known In mveial plnohe tO !! the ball and take l unexpectedly over the line of the enemy This Is Cap tain Brorata' third and last yeai with the Miisilv and he is il. lennin. d that it hall he his boat and the beat thai the Unlveralt) haaavti known, Wlghl III pounda. The ever-faithful Laprnth wilt play fuarterbni k in lomorrow' i ontaal Thin m Lapraik'i ninth and lam real a a football quarterback In nlbujttor one, iiuv in k played thla paattloa on ward achool foothaii leama bora when he wan in the einlilh Kiade Nevel MnOC that tlnic has lie unnacd playinK thin pdattlon on mm Albuquerque foothiiii team ins work in tlatayi Mteioiy ins to work ban kepi tho Ulllvendtv from in than one More- i ess Kume, and It h i been xald of MM that he bat nevej been known to mihs the pla) in running back the enemy'i iunis a retnarkahl fact to not in game in which th onlverrtty figure I tht confidence I aovai lacking when the old quarterback I calltna the play Weight, 110 pound Aydelotte "ill pans ihe ball BCrOM the field from left halt forward MHndng ha been Aydelotte' ! pec laity ayar lnca he began ins football ca reer with the ItoBwell hitli s bOOl team six .hk up' H h m played th. Maine pOttthM thrOUChOul bis football i aft ei Weight, ido pounda I toff man. of eaatem rolleg foot bail fame, will pla right hair bai It Koffaaan tnai oaptalaeleei of the Itoanoke. N '. college miuad for tlu yeur, but 0kMg a !t4d for th tudy of gaoklfl be found the l'nlveiitjr of New Mexico. He the i lion . I, . all aoathnoMMB baafhnOb laat roar He demoiiBlrated hii ability to ta) with the wotern clan in lat Satur il,i n i-.ime. his w-rk m that confll ' i 1 ii k each a to dtittegutxOi him His re or,j an a trai k nmii gained for bun liintln, Hon In the east ami Ik an Indi cation of hi! apted with the pig akin. LEE AXWORTHY CHOPS TRACK WAGON RECORD l.exinaion. Kv..i.i I.' Uee Axwor thy. champion trotting atalllon of th oiid. driven i ardgon by one of hi owners. Harry k Devfraaui "f Cleveland lowered Ihe naawii tacord of .' M i i for trotting ttalllon to 2:02 R-d, on the final day of the forty-fourth annual meeting of the Ken tucky Trotting Hon Brooder' .ibho eiatloa bord todat 'oina, champion threeyaarold mure BtartOd W bOal In i in. irk c,f 1:04 I-.'. but tired in the Itretch BftOf Dillon Asks i Are Belli, j Rumania From Ft gium and beroia, What Measures Special Meeting Planned for' Taken to Save i Sunday Afternoon at Wil- Bel- son Headquarters; Address Be Made in German, .vrrnnaenicntH were for a tpoolal Meetlnj Mfllaoa headquai t i irottinK the third quarter In i-t. and Completed the mill in I Of 1-4. Thee I w, xblbltlona featured I bt final program. Ihe Hue. nois on Hie card being won in otralghl heat Eo- rml Hlia took the 1 10 trot, Uttl Frank D., th -' II paCO, and liliivllle, the i:ll not Valentin hold lha reniH on Uttl Crank D. and Lociwl Bug putting him up among th load Ingdrtvara of lha tneetlnx. cox load the lint Willi tight Victoria and Mill -pin in OOOOnd With six In IhO firm heal of th I 10 pace, the Deputy Rttarlff fell itolng into the hack t retch. Croatman, driving Ma jor A , pulled up end baiely mlaed the Kpin, and w hni bend, rtrlt Ing Hal Loaf was thrown Into th Infield, but wok not Injured, Hal Leaf finished the mile win t a driver. All the borxa wen- placed b) the iu.Ik. h i Laaf xeitiiiK third placa iii tho final heat and Winning MCOnd money In the nice. m ida last nii!ht to bo held In ill Went Cen tral avenue, a ex I Bund ay afternoon, for Oorman voters, at which tim,. ,io eph V, RKg, of Buffalo, editor of the Volksfreund, n newapapor pub llihed in thai city, will in. ike an ad draa in Oeraxan advocating the re el Hon of Prteldenl Wilson. Mr. FitReH Ik (pending eeveral day in Albuquerque on n vlilt, and readily Member of California State Board of Health Favors Measure While Others Do Not, d Herman U sli d to ,. HNNiaKI I Olio ml' London. Oct, 1 1 Replying to Sir ICdxrard Canton, who again rnlaedtho .un -.i on of man power ami Ireland'i contribution In tho bouse of common today, the war minister, Mr Uoyd Q gorge, h.ikI there was no doubl What' WI about the POUntry'l available man power and reaervoa, bnl it wax nce iHary in got in them aViilatmeni ex emptlom ho declared, had been far tOO ii nun roiis . if he gaV the fiKups, ha would atartlo the bonne. The ex emption had run into millions . The minister believed the aovern conaent ; no in iia,i power to doal with iho ex lemptlena i"". if not, thoy would con tent! the houae on needful meaaure. "Xtr mnet lav lha fnututatlnn. ror a Way OOOn In lend Willi Preaidenl Urar oxtanding over a prolonged pe- WlUon, but that he believed thai pre-1 I rlod." aald Mr. lioyd-Ooorgo. That."" oondlUona demand the contlnu-i is the only way to Incur victory." nc "' "ffl''' "! ""' "niinlatratlon Would s.Hc Rtttojualn, ! "'" '"' ""' 1 ' ' "tvlng hearty support to Wilson mid Mar j John Dillon complained thai ''"":Sii;iii , mler Aaqulth. In his apeech yesterday , '' l. , ,.,.,. riarman clone In bal the at- . .,, ,...n,. .., ...J are naturalized American citizens and1 voters, and In addition theie are ninny, more sotiK of Herman parents born in thin country who ipeak Gorman and will be interest,,! m hearing an to address votora of the i Ity win j do so by local demo 1 1 explained thai bt pai ways been in a cord tha GREEKS COMPLY WITH DEMAND S OF ALLIES1 Nil! IKV MORHIH4 ,OIS,l !ll LgAtID WlKII Athens, i let I I i v iii London, ' Hi 12.) The Greek government today leaned a communication in which, af ter niiiih'e the" deilianilB" set fTirfrC'in the ultimatum of vice Admiral Day IlKue du I ournel. com in luler of the AngloFranch float, thai Iho entlr tlleek fleet, XOp1 the armored crniK ci AVerOft and the batlli ihlp la innos and Kill, is Im turned over to the en tent alllee, 11 toy: "Boatdeo the nieuri it he dUv ery of the fleet i, the commander-in-chief of the iillled for. en dei'hues II IndlapenMbla thai tha brooch-block of ail batteries of I'lraeiis he removed, w hich battel ies he proposal In pgrl to occupy, The admiral declUgre he w ill ever cine control Of III'' iort Of I'lraeiis through officers he will nam. Final tv. lo tniarantea Cranoa'a orient ar mtea, the admiral demanda to oxor- cine, IhroUghOfftCer h will appoint, the control of the pOllOa and tin ' I vice of the pi rn u -Leria railway" bad given no iihbUiiiikc 1 li.it the ut- mosi roBource would b employed to In ip Rumania in the hour of her trial lo saw her from the fata Of Serbia. "if we allow Rumania to in- ovi r run," said Mr. Dillon, "maybe we m never beat Ceiinany. There bin a been sinister rumors that the Brltllh ko -ci nun nt regard tho Salonikl xpedl- tlOfl With evil IM." i,io,d-t.cori;c Glvca lHuranoe, ii.- ospraaaad th belief thai th war wouhi be decided in tha Balkan ami linked for a plain assurance from IhOj war aecrntnr) thai lb anient aliu s would (twig BVery nerve to assist l!u-j mania by ihe Htmnn counter-offensive I in Macedonia Mr. Uloyd-Oeorge said thai obvloua. hjf he could not enter Into fletail but he , ould assure M r. I illton i hat I h al-1 lies wore doing their utmost to up-i poi t i be Rumanian armies, We have noi th b ast doubt." said tin minister, "thai Germany hi con-1 oentratlna her trngth la order to I crush Rumania, not merely In her own ante rest, bui In a spirit of vengeance, j because a brave people dared chal- nga dress in their mother tongue, n is believe,) thai tin- meeting Sunday aft ernoon will he largely attended. VILLA'S BANDITS T S PERSHI S CAMP HntNlNi lOun, Field Headquu Itlve Expedition Investigation of i ernlng the .-cut. - - wink rs, American P Mexico, Mst 1 1 lecelll I 1 1 11 1 I The Albuquerqu sectional confer ence on tuborculooi held its opening sessions her yesterday, The meet I iiiK nr.- being held under the sua pice Of the National ASSOC IStioB for the study and Prevention of Tuberculosis. The morning Heiwion for medical ncn and health officers was held in I th parlor of the Commercial club, and attended by more than leu doo i tors from widespread parts Of the ' count ry. The first number WBS. an able dis cussion on "The tnfecttousneM of Tu I berculoala," by Dr, Herald B. Webb, of the CragMor sanltorlum, Colorado Bprtngs, stating that when proper sun 1 Itary care is taken there Is very Utile danger of infection, following, Dr. Twicheii, of Albuquerque, lad a dls- ussion of ijr. Weiiti.s paper, and Lr. Edward Skinner, of Kansas City, die CUSSad the iino of the X-ray with tu berculosis. The afternoon session at the Pres byterian church resolved Itself into un earliest discussion, pro and i on. of th.. oronoaed Konl subsidy bill, The i two factions, though both working for , tha interest of the Indigent and lii - . gratory consumptive, differed in then j mens or meinoii. niie ine vein inn advocates admitted ihow weru fault I in tho proposal, 'hey declared it was I d-cidcdly hetti i than noth UK, and Ihe cents a day provided thua by the . (overnment could not but be a ureal help? but their opponent i lalmed thai j the bill offered even more Indl ! incuts, to the afflicted easterner to have ins frienda in Baarcn of 'be life- living Climate Of the west and become dependent upon the mercy of strang ers. Mine Tate Gives Discussion. Miss Bdlth U m. Tate, of the Cali fornia state board Of health, opened the meeting, telling of the problem's enormity In her home Mate, of the overcrowded condition of sanltorlum, how the best 'are that could be given is Hi lent. HOW country, th' re is no way of telling undoubtedly their number! Will from 1,400,001 to 1,000,000, doing on to say how persona ill tho southwest, being ubject, needed especially for competing with the (fan-and went on to show tary an early diagBOtd was In order to have a chance of raving the victim, and how necessary was proper care and treatment, ending with plea for i ase registration, visiting nurses and better sanltorlum facilities. ol lowing nr. Fain' ' :.'. te. a paoor on "The Patau! Medicine ::vd." i,v pr. rhiiiii King Brown, medical I- rector Of Hie Areiiuipa sa nun In S.m Francisco, was read by Dr. Philip . Jacobs. Of New York City, portray "Pep" Ginge7 and Ambition for "Run Down" Men Weak, Nervous WomeJ A medicine that help the nervous, half-sick, ncr vc-ta n,l women, ran be h.,n druggist by asking f, , ., I v-auonicuc iiiiiiiis in seaipj tuh one dollar per tubf or six tube Inati 'IT. un- j was wrctclicii, i. I oral or other on. I gave instance: and aid of how much was needed. n ports were th, tlon of fright her sower c bur. inn uct Prslso. ; 1 1 1 ' (i The British public lias displayed un- Aeosta vlrtuallj abated Interest In the doings of the belief at field h "tanks" hi tin- front, ami curiosity' re garding their history, The subject was raised in the house of commons j though tonight when lb. war minister again I country gave primary credit lo Col Vvlnston gpencer Churchill, former first lord of lb., admiralty, whose OMarpi and enthusiasm, he said, was mainly re sponsible for bringing the nba into practical operation when he was head of the admiralty, by making th nee aasary experiment ami appointing committee to carry out luggeitlon. operation of the bandit Villa and Jultoj baa confirmed th idquartot t bat the! i eaull of Imaclna-, ned refugees, Al- many Mi xicana from the BOUth of El Vail hav e souuhl ; safet) in that tow n, w hich is wit tun iwo nuies of nn American camp, it! Is believed llic fear thai prompted! their flight, iis well as that which led realdent along the railroad to flea, was unfounded. No Vllllatas, it wss learned today, arc In Madera, which govern Th add!. "The Hellenic the terms of a fevi lo expire, replied its duty iii protest len formulated, to m statomenl then overoment, before hOUM were allowed thai ll considers II against th SXlg0- which, bow i v ei , ii win submit, ihe . I rcu instances making of it an Imperative necessity." On lha arrival ol the erowa of Hie abandoned ship in th capital, thy wen wildly cheered hi th populace ROOSEVELT TO SPEAK AT ALVARAD0 HOTEL AT NOON OCTOBER 23 Tin Clerk Thomas Hughes, presi dent of th HughsIalrbanks club, yesterday was notified by tha Mate central committee thai former PreM- was reported to have by Acosta, according avail, ii, h. informal Ion. Villa has not vent Temosachlc, which is i inllcH from th Ameiic ceiii reports that Vill Qaleana, within ten i American lino of comm ii.nc been exploded. there ban been a lull ii been to captured the best d ninth of lore than I nil n lim s. Re- das were at Ilea of the inlcatlon, also Apparently bandit activ ity since the light at Cusi. dent here Theodore October i Lnvinsk) outtxMnt Misket, New oii, Oct Uv Battling Ui- vlnsky of thm city, outpointed Hilly Mlnke of St Psul, in a ten round box Ing match In Brooklyn tonight l.c vlnsky weighed imi pounds and Mlako 171, Roosevelt would bo Mr. Roosevelt will arrive on th Santa Fe's California Limited at II O'clock ill the morning ami remain bore until Id 10 o'clock at night Ha probably will speak al noon from the veranda of the Alvarado hotel, al though definite decision as lo the hour has no been readied. Senator Cttnt- OWa will speak here the i ictober :mi. mliis of Ill-Ill of Until it Ii Ik 1 1 grade entpleysf nr llie lrt ler STaB .if SseeSSaWf Make uwe of lb mini ii. im,. in, ut ii,,. gsenssl fSEl) IT ELEVEN TEARS. There is one remedy thai for many j year has given relief from coughs.! olds, i roup and whooping cough. It is probably the best known family cough medicine In the world and he-i cause it contains no opiates Is strong-j ly recommended for children as well as adults Mrs, ('has. Itlctz, Allen, Mills. Pa., writes: "1 have used Fol-I ey's Honey and Tar for eleven ycursj and 1 would not he without it." It j promptly relieves hoarseness, tickling throat, bronchial coughs, Inflamed and congested membranes and per mits refreshing sleep. Sold every-, where. 1 fed Bhe rone with the disease s ravage were-loreeo to go to work in the municipal wood yards in order to receive lodging, and of how others, too wi nk to work, had thrown rock through windows to gain the shelter Of Jail. Then Miss Gertrude Vail!, of Den ver, Have her motives for opposing the measure. "Climate," raid Mia Vtttlle, in but one element in the cure of tu bereulosls, and al that, a minor one; .'oper food and care being the factors Of supreme importance." The Kept bill, as it stands, she believes would be a menace to the west by encourag ing immigration of penniless consump tive!. I ir. Livingston Farrand, for ten y. ars secretary of the National Tuber culosis association, also opposed the bill, saying that the proper method of fight ine the question was by education I Of the eastern people thai a dry cll- ! mate was not as important In fighting tha plague as Is generally understood, thai with proper care the patient I could do much better among his j friends, away from the pangs of hoinc ! sickness. ! Dr. .1 B, Cwinn. of Kl PaSO, and I Dr, Charles C. Browning, of Loa An Igelea, each then made brief summar ies f tha foregoing talks and the floor was opened for general discussion. Dr, Farrand Speaks. Governor McDonald was scheduled to preside at th Crystal theater niKtU meeting, but a he was unable tO at tend the chair was filled by In. Webb. The first address of the evening, "A Slate Equipped tO Fight Tuberculo sis," was very ably handled by Ir. farrand, who president of the Col orado university. Though there uro iti MM)! SP0MT S j ! . 1 mmM WW,. YffmmmfmMffwffMA i Ing the ill.- incidental to Ind doping to the consumptive The last address of the evening mi madi by ir. John w. B"Hnn, up erintendent of Pamtgaaf among the pines 1'rescntt, Ariz., on "What You Owe to the Tuberculosis Campaign." Home l orniuc for "T. it 's" At the outset. Dr. Flinn confessed himself to i.e a member of the"Hon- urable and Aiuient tinier of T. It.'s." ld st.ited that as long as he lived he vv.eild never forget his initiation Also, h considered it the luckiest tiling thai ever happened to him. us the fighlinu of the malady, consisting so much, as it does, in the conquering of one s impulses, strengthens a per son's character to a point otherwise probal.lv unattainable thereby giving him power to compete with other ad versities and accomplish more good in the world. As to what the unafflicted owe to tin- campaign II has taught the value of sanitation, the value of a clean and Wholesome life, and the enforcing to a point of these things, brought on by the campaign, saves thousands from taking the disease. After Hr. Fllnn's speech there was ,1 )in. main of mush by the C. T. French quartet and the United States Indian si bOOl band and Several reels of motion pictures This morning al th tuberculosis confereni e, commencing at I o'clock, there will I.e a tWO-hour symposium OB "Community Control of Tuberculo sis." with twelve-minute talk different phases, including: Education, The Nurse nr. George k. Hubbi San Francisco. Calif. The Dispensary Dr. Charles Browning, Loa Angeles, Calif, The Hospital for Advanced Case R, J. Newton. San Antonio. TeX. The Open Air School -Dr, Chase. Jr., Denver. Colo. The Health Department Dr powers, Lns Angeles. Calif. Lenders in disi ussion Will be: .Dr. R, H. Mullln, Reno, Nev, I ir. 1 1, E. Breed. Austin, Tex. Philip P. Jacob, Ph. D New York City, Red Cross seal Luncheon. Then from 11 to 1 1 SO I lu re w ill be two roundtabla discussions, one on "Educational Methods." conducted bj Philip P. JaCObS, Ph. D.. of the exec utive office of the national associa tion, and the other, on Institutional Methods." will be led by Dr. A. M. FOrMer, superintendent of the Crag iimr sanatorium, Colorado Springs. In diversity of interest for physi cian and sociologist alike these meet ing will not be surpassed by any ses sion held during the congress and a large attendance is expected as a con sequence. This session will lie held in the Presbyterian chur' h. and like the oth er meetings, Is absolutely free to the general public, At 1 o'clock. B Red Cross seal luncheon will take pjace al th Alva rado, and every physician, sociologist and layman who is Interested In the tuberculosis campaign In general and the Red cross seal sale in particular, la invited to attend. While the avowed purpose of this little function is to discuss the means of promoting the sale of lied Cross Christmas stamps, il will, at the same time, afford an excellent opportunity for the delegates to the convention to become better acquainted With each other and exchange their personal views on the many problems that have been discussed at the various meetings of the conference. XThere is every indication that the attendance at thla luncheon will be five dollars a full treatment BEFORE TAKING You nave headache, rofu., I shattered nerves. Your ik:. . H i gone, extremities cold or numh i" "I I lb,rc Vbln..e. ir,, Jl?2? confidence "one. life seems hontU,! Desfmndcncv attacks , l friends desert you, you're not im., I irr nrc7tic (oil lb- . , I ,..b, - t ..... so me anu vitai.,i AFTER TAKING Your health improves, achd I banished: ambition return- l eulates freely, powerfully; nervouaJ u..-,..,'!- -, ..,-.1 e...,,., a normal n ganic troubles corrected, vitality," newed, confidence restored and life tX comes brighter, your friends lint) V(, of interest, admire your strength y'JJ iniKiuui , iiiv.ii is iioitn;r for smiles and iov. All this comes because your ntrJ blood and vital organs feel th. i 31 cent medicine in three "rain CtgJ YOUR SYMPTOMS tell yog J von need a Bowerful. vii-,!,, I to regain all I hat you have lost Tnl CkuCc7nemc Tablets John L. M They arc guaranteed to help yem orl money refunded by the Hlackbunj Products Co., Dayton, Ohio. Tbtl liest thing ra the world for down" men or weak, nervous womi Price $1.00 at all druggists. Six tujj tor 5.00 i lull treatment. consider ible, and it w ould be well u those intending to be present to munlcati with Dr. Leroy S, Petal Dr. it. B. McBrlde or John Tombti .order that place may he arrange! ; for them. Delegate- Should Register, it is ev ident thai the deiegatn the tuberculosla conve ntion will bat to pay lull fare on then journid . home. This is because so many 1 them neglected to secure iho u i an ry certificate as required by t i railroad. Howevi r. if i ii ryont )w sure to, register ejther with. Dr. E, McBrlde, at the Commercial tit of Mr. rfrriin Tombs, at thft-BBBl terian church, an effort will he ma to secure ft refund on all tickets, pi ided fifiv poop!.- have atti nded I combined ine.ii. ai meetings and I j i uberculosia confren , rou, pas. etigi r agent i has promised ev ! hie. w, the assist. 1 1 Want a high Knot,. rmpl.iyeT or th l It-r icrndt or er :i tun r M ikf ut "f uic ! rolnnillM 4i f lit.- . 1 1 1 1 r it 1 1 i I TflB MBTBRB CO lc. Genera! 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' 1 Hudson for Signs Wall Paper HUDSON for Picturi Framii Fourth St. end Copper A DUKE Clli Cleaners-Hatters IM West Gold pheaH Pioneer Bakery S. . Al.l.ING, Prop. 207 South I irt Bt, THE WM. FARR COMPAQ ., , ....... o i,..,l.rHI nnviHui nun liccm I I.I sll Wll sl j Ml u? Baoaaco a speiiialty Cor raftla ami Roaw the "u Market Price Aafe Ps LUMBER Albuquerque Lumber Glass-P Cemei 42;t NHinil I IKSI STKKF71 nt .Plaster ;oinpany