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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Sunday, November 26, 1916.
: Four an MMMMMMV Ntwii'APM Che HMWW horning Journal Pal.llelrd If the lOl'RNAL PUBLISHING CO. w h A M M I'll KRAON IT. H.I. n Ml'I'KKIHHT . ....BaelSSSS MlMIW 1 MrAI.MKTLK ! I"" r Molt" s Otr K.lit. r yirx KdlPa C. J AMlinWIN. Mai Ill.li I linage, III. r.ii' IU-ireaitatlS ftAI I'll K Ml I I K. AN. l'rk Hoar, Mel fMBi tin-Act Kntrrrd U MCOMl rim maltar l kwi rn sf Alboaaerava N kt. onne of r.nsraae i.f Manh I. lint laVf' circulation tho ear other pl"er In Ne M.ii"., Tbe onl paper In New Mail',- liaucfl aver? (lav tn the yesr TKKMN ilf MJaUCMPI I' IK Ilmllr tir rarriar ..r Sr mall, ona nrnoUa. TOr Tesrlr. In advance WM has thrived wonderfully, too, have Norway und Sweden. Hut In Boyth America a very dif ferent picture In presented. Hruzll I In no dire straits tlint it hU boon i iM'iily stiyirestcd In tin pioss r Hln te Jam iro that iihe put herself midi-r the protection of the lulled Slim- It l true that Hrailliiin finance won In Lad shape licfore I he wai begun, .In. in ini-inanaKement and to the vls Icitiary nclienie (,f coffee vahn iatlmi. Hut the haidti-t I. low laim- wluli the sources of credit lu Tmgliind mid Finn id up liy tin' war, mill now which way to NOIIi'l HI HrllS'lllllRltH Pulie r'lo-ra ti tha Journal whan Wfltlnf In have thalr RAvf chiirised I" itraan muat M aura M P naw ad Hi. .,14 al'1ree Tha LfefwtM Journal ha a hlliar i-in-ii lell-n rating tt.an la sceorded t" snr other pair In w Matins" The Amerlcsn Nrweoep-r DiMotarf rpm JOURNAL tnai r-a and prints 1 aiitv bOBn and thirty minutes of ei'luslvely Anm luted ITcks leaned wlic mm ice each week. No other newKpni'i r published In New Mexico Ishes mure tlmn twenty-four hours of AMwt lated PrOQg service durum the week. 'A V . m i i;mhi:h 2. r.'i I ill i:tt i:i m hi: " 1 1 Mtti in VI. aii Enftlahmmri writing in ww i onii. hi obeerver, laments the fin i h ,i i ,. nam mi Habere or tha British AablBRl me addicted In III h a I u re. Hf etteg lln- MMM "I 1'lelil Marshal vmi iiiiniriiir.il r, w ho bm iii 1 sprat ii a look of blgtrer literature i Me yOlllh, and who il vol s Hint It would he an affection In P rata ltd to he in (created m what ha doog not undei ati mi. Iliiidcnliuiit can win battlaa III the hmM approvad Mnitke faahlon, but " doea not follow that n liinte for III i ratUft i ( Veil a derided nl'llltv tfl mill, lltaratura, oonatltutai Iras ts military afflolanoy or to irtftteatiian iik Kraap. Ttie oontrar) is noarar II. i li nth. if aarrtOTa, a aurprtalnfly Larna l r of the hSSt lit tham have (lis titayad a llkinn for kiodd llleinliire. There as I'rederlck the Ureal, Hie IHiilsst of nil tha Kohasaollarni, who was ItSSrSjC) in his fOUth, and rstlUattl' ,i ttwrary sH o Ma Ufa; though hla wiiiiiikh weic aooffSv ai by VoltaJri i sdartoh would take time bstweas l.althH to Wllle lollj; lellel'H to hla literary Dronlaai aa if his nil wan not at nfiikc on tomorrow'" field. There was Napoleon who Is wild In have written n novel In his yonlh. He tol, I OOStha thai he had lend Wi i IhSf iwi my Iiiiich And to ko furlhcr l uck, than was Jutltta Caaaar, Bona ijiieror ..f Haul and i onsollilator of I lie I Ionian empire, w ho Is I f . I I (I loday as one of the win 1,1 . maslera Ot proaa (mi own Oansfs) William T sinn- HU was a student of literature In llu most loiuprrlicnHlvc senaa and III" wur li -porta have today all i.l the In ten-si of Kimil SlolV Wlillm; I'll- tajnly he waa one si the yraal tsn rals of modal n times. An fin rlatesinen and il Is of thSm Die i :n k i in)i n in ii oomplalna Ulamaroh liliuaelf was a man Ot Cathflttfl 1 1 - tine, arjqualrttad artth mora than ona literal are. aid particularly tomi ol both Hie h'lcnch and Hie IHixslunj wrttsra, uk well as a itraavl admlrar of hhahaspaarc i'ew man ot modarnl .i snotanl nines hai baan ao parlarti maatara of atrthtm phmaa as tha ! "noil ehn neelloi ,'' Dtaraa1l( whose ahlhtlaa oontma4itl ad the raapaOt Ol He n K was a I wiiter of fiction and ol aaaaya Ha wiiul.l havi known far battsr than An qutth how to f lu li I this war. CI lad-1 atone, if not lltaran in his own pro- duotlona, car tain I) was iha aojusJ of I any modern profeaaor In his wmsii of. rgsntlna is llttla batter off, with t n.it ii r ri I resources. Willi meat quantitlaa of wheat and beat to thlp to baltlfsrsflCi) it inixht he atpaotad Hint Argentina, Hkt- tha United states, would in .fii by the flemandfl f the warrlni nations. On tha contrary i u tineas is aa had in Busnoa AJrsa that many Amei h ans, at tha end of their rcMiiirenH, are iipplyliia to con roll for aid to k I bsd home, Pr- preaaion is wldaaprssd, and affecti all . lasses. ArKcntinn nhfe Brasll; U ohlsfly in vgrl cultural country n has made the bsftMtttf of t.iiihiiiiK 1 1 1 Indus- tries, hut Out hcUlnuliiK. Its uiau i I. n imiiiK plants can not sueplv hvalte needs, let alone send anythlns over- sea that Europe want). KVOT It" anrl( nil Hi a I linpleim ills min i I e Ink' ported, largely from tha Unltad Stales Its farm labor Came princi pally from eastern Knrope. The war has shut off HU" supply. Thus SVSn iUVriOUltUra lanknisliea. It la plain that If Hrail ami trgan- ttna had hunt up their msnufaotuf" Ing industries In a point somewheic near aelf-dapi ndanca, t he Kui opi an L'NSEASOlN'ABLE which l . I own atari Hut i belle Dttom ales has I, an in .1 that Indspatidsnl of bl her I OWn self prole, tlon. uk to buy our dve rmany, tharafora, we on l(, the dya nidus a- of I he IndUl 1 1 n i-d con id in. i land on I ami it eouldn'l at tin. tM f II - ... .. COURTESY IS AN EXPRESSION OF GOOD WILL AND INTEREST IN THE PERSON ADDRESSED. THIS BANK MAKES A POINT OF COURTESY AND IS INTERESTED Ih THE SMALLEST DEPOSITOR. THE CITIZENS BANK Third and West Central THE BANK OF PERSONAL SERVICE the fact il license th . - ry dollar apenl in foi lei Ini duatry of tha United si itas, i of till irr protection, a ouht tnoni v profitably . European war nil ' r . . ( a . mm ..it!'. - X" 1 i 'r-aay. ! With SviMonand I'linl, mild eli, (Every neceaalty which can be pro duosd in this countryi even at decid edly higher cost Hum It can he pur chased abroad In normal times, should he placed upon Its feci at the eariiesi noaslbla moment, That is i. IM' of the nil uilsta ka Ide lessons nl The sight-hour day of most men who succeed in life eoneiatn of eight hours in the forenoon ami sight hours In the nftnrnnon. And thei don't kill themschea at work cither. ON si Hi: l!0l. Is Asl'.IMHN I III Ml IN i hemlcal ISuglnei rp in the preaenl tlmo i in- onli locaiitj in rfoi where long fibered asbe (hlned. while s yonitns heatoa, i ins materia I is o tine type and is short fi large depoalta of Hi" long Of lisbesli.s Were (llaeov sons- the largeal deposits Sierra Ala lia ami at As aebsetoa "f Arlsona Is t hestos and is found in i hasa. lis nature makea useful for the manufactu 'i he high grade materia per oanl of the total mi ami is the onlj material shipped due tO the hlKb I M.I.ON a democt itice iiintrv to BOhiOVe B Si 1 1 ' a I Ireadon, a lid so far i itional government Iiuh in no ipii s ni thla irtalnl th been more Interested in tha ratalna of piKs than in the mgfcing of p. .n i lain, but it Is IiikIi time that our manufacturers awaken to the economic aigntftcance of tin American craftsmam and on ni Ma ke i hat public mdi 'ted recogni -tton and Intelligent utilisation of ht powers which raised Oermany'a an products from a poaltlon ot scorn in the conquest of the markets of th.. he is deficient, not only In mathema tical knowledge, but in mathematical Instinct 't his i the reason why he lails and perhaps honestly fails to rhatlae how his first weakness multi plies his chances of torturing some I. mil of meniiiiie out of nnythitn.'. ThC I hu d defect is that pherei is willing to admii a fi inn a great at list and a hi bleman such Bngllah as wo u lib dect Htages ty no ihame tasage a fail' h it I ii 'A i i:h Hi Hie Wilhl struggling toward Hie truth. That! Is the purpose of every oominf t- ' gather of ax parts in am field ol hu- man endeavor, Tl ffort is to slim-1 male error ami (.'am positive know ( dgS of what is the rllil HilliK tO do. I ni ii sotei appeared on the I scsne, the wtseat people of the worm weic Working in Hie dark. POetS, sainis, statsaman, the ureal adven turers, have done much for the rao in tha past, but their benefits rsaye cAl'HTir t un i 1 1 1 Hi ik mil 1 1 n liter." by rum mum. in ii it. ilar MochanlCB.) wheal harvesting aeaa- ln EMckintMM County, Kansas, this r, thrashing was done electricall) tin first t lme s,, far as it is IWO, In the history of the slate A up of farmers in one locality were hla to i ngage i steam outfit for time it waa desired. Thej there- Opposes Organized Sportsmen Nomina Next (tame Warden Editor Journal! According to the newapaperg the "organised sportsmen" nf thi state are preparing to take en tire harge of the duty of selecting tha nexi game waren for New Mexico, which Is so evidently Improper that then is protest from many quarters. The onl argument yet advanced Inl support of the claim these gentlemen make to thai right la to the effect that 1 they pay the license money with the Kime iirotectioh fund, a claim which amounts to Uttte in view of that fewer than one Ihbusal payers belong to the agsoctatl more than one thoiisaml Ilea ers do no( belong to the as Bui gentlemen organised protection of game for the pleasure h r. mil; it to slaughter, and for t pari, use alone, should not be tins with the future of the game sup for this or any other state, exc when nrttna with those Interested game tor its coming value as a food supply for both state and , nation in the future and it may be that those Interested In I he w lid game of this stab for sentimental reasons have a rlghl to i". pngldarsdj. ii i said that the average New If I S leer Will dress I70 pounds and has an a'tnal meat value of $4J..r,U, although n will sell for more than that, ii Is estimated that the cash meat value of deer killed in New Mex ico during 1918 was fully $s"..iiiin, and I undreda of hunters hunted for fund, not for spoil. II is known that Sev ern thousand New Mexico families are depending almost entirely on rah- hits and other small valine for their fresh meal supply the year around, and the value of the meat thus se cured and consumed runs Into the thousands annually. In the future the came of the state will he more Im portant BS :i fond supply than it is now, and with each year will pain In Importance. Under the circumstanced the writer believes the next governor of New Mexico should consider the others in terested, as well as the "organised .... , . ....""""'' Is to h, ,, ,,l aa nv Inrllvlrti, .'; .' '"' '"1'1'lvJ i welli. i . ... '"WfMtJ ... - n ,V . i ' tinu m,, Preservation oi ens fame teoUM thai recognise tins lor am i.ii. ....... Mi.l II,.. . ."r PHI : ,' " -""1'isis tor w menial reasons ;ire numerous in leu io recognition GAME PRt iTEi , lONigj 1 rona, . EMANCIPATION tivys t Kansas Sty star i There are emancipation i..i I .i in:i- Hons at various times gust 1 tlon of Haiti negroei is observed. Augusi hinted as the emaiic In the British colonii 1 li also Mon of Isvesl I by the proels. !, m4, More than ?o . " In Hu Wu, inclpall) m , , urnntenl pgyin lars in Hi,. In li THE GROWTH in SHIPPING, Nebraska Stale .1 aal.i At the beginning of the month n; Steel tiler, haul ships were in 1 1 1 ,,(-.,. pf construction in the ants of p i mti (i stales. A i the same time ureal Britain was nuiining 169 iu, uiui an aggregate tonnage of 1,7 (ir.4 aghlrist a total ol i 104, 270 for our new construction. The Brit- lan ships win ail be needed to make Kind losses from submarine raid.- while our new work Will make pern). anenl additions to the fleet, Even tl tins rate of growth, however, it win take a long time for us m conn with in siKht oi bngiana m .i, i p w .,t. r shipnins-. PHE NH' til POIJTK s (Henry David Thoreau e fate nf the country does not it on wuiu sina 01 i'.i'i i ini dtoi the ha Hot i six once a yea r, inn tsmen. Is now Eonen id thi J hook I exa III ' reads And ; lu "Slxtv Veins of the Tin a John iiaiii.en Towse, tins storj Is told of two famous actors, E. A. Bothem and Kdwin Booth, in Illustration of tinir self confessed limitations. Both srn told Bootrl that he had once be llevoii iluii he was possessed of tragic 1 1 inns aii, i had acted the pat t of i Claude Melnotte, "My performance," Hothern said, "whs thus characterised by a caustio i rltlc: it exhibited ail the qualities of ke n all I the time it was desired. Thej there- genuine clpiu tore Joined together, formed ii co- they can not operative association, issued stock to I dramas would tin- amount of $i.2ini an, i bough) a I man of Avon. separate and fail siad motor. With of argument this equipment tUoy threshed their i(y of which 1 wheat obtaining electric current ! from the trapsmtaston lines of a light ing company supplying energ) tm towns in that vicinity. The farmers reduced then- thrashing expenses 50 per cent, cutting the coat per bushel Hum elshl to four cents. This IS fl the niceties of the best lllelalal nit times. n,i t uo back to mom courageous and efficient ol makers of Hie British empire, great Chatham, we find In him orator and rhetorloMth of the in si iii .ii i .v.. might remark pa Ing i hat v Di aham Lincoln's ' of the the the mi I v In tit- tyshiin; addroot and ins second Inaug ural address are dels of Brigltah Upon Which no critic so far has been rash enough to suggest Improvement. I !,e bSSl stale-m. ii and the l'-'-t fighti is have not been the men whose mlndi .hi pi. aimed to lie d.oi .ad of imiikimitn.ii. bul men of highly sen etttssd Intellects whose processes of IhSUghl Were so keen as to la- yo ga) ded lis Intuit It e I , a hi i mil V nr nils i. All of thai is passing away, wiving place to proof Hint knowledge is real. The s Isn iisis do not argue with us. Hicv show We can I"' asSUTed Hint what we have conquered Is veritable Unit white w ,. ai e -ail -I to ei i or and limited i Ignorance, we are not necessarily ! the Vli inns of Illusion, nur Is our con sciousness Itself Illusion. The human Intellect stands upon a i nn- foundation at last. W know thai il is a rood. Instrument ns far i s it goes, and we know how to - ploj ii to gel result Man may not km.w much yet, bul he Is not Insti lled in putting limits upon what BS tan know The road Is before him and his feet arc se upon it. Science has bul commenced To what she still m.i inn. pier for man kind, no man dare set i limit There is the greatest posalble hops for us in the future, unless we should ih'- olde to lei w. ii enough along gnd be content with what we have. w hen the ti .M hers i 't In Hants iv tomorrow, then Instructions will he along wind i believed bv the most advanced educators io be sclen title lllns Nothing else is WnlHl w lute today. Ep rleni e, until it Is classified, i (Hint s f.. little, either in a poker except Its occasional H was, I suppose, nboul a! anything ever seen upon the Booth chuckled qutetl) In ute and then, wiih a qutssic Hi Ing w ill pa id fqr 'In depended equipment, upon in the sav- w li i . Ti rshlp of the irded to the Suppose, for the .sake that u cipher, the valid must admit, should de- Clare from the pages of the first fo lio, "Francis Bacon wrote all the plays attributed to William Shakespeare," what would be the situation.' There would be a cipher statement thai Ba con was the author; in the same vol ume there would be four statements in plain English that the author was Get this Today ! Imply r Borneo .marked: ilid you'.' 'Ti Ml MOIIV TEST, i, (b ar M iihllengc, answer inklv this question nl nunc: re tn past, if yen can, sir, llj In color and lloe. nil s) liy, (Christian Bel Th,. steady eti. made In the Unlti courage the study guage is onlj one cations of thai do ai of the two pe noticed today, i the Intricacies of guage ( auaed the i to place it III lln thai si nons m f "double Dutch." Of course, in spite 1 1 . 1 1 1 i i elaborati have tOSSed V"ll, en a ml cool - cher who bossed you first sent to school ? Shakespeare of Avi would be contrary to harmony with, all ol the unbroken tradlt turles, Given an ur den message would false claim or a I . p joke, and would si backstairs gossip ol with such a paltry nf possibility, and Tin- former md the latter In ; t evidence and l of three cen- ! testionable hid- ic Buss irage Bi What w blonde or brunette, s the cast of her fl or hoW e ( I . dem y of ward tin fill (nine nun III lc;l - ni i effected, labor under an Inflexion. The syntax is not intricate, and the ten ths modern language ts to- shorter sentence. 1 1 KARON I OK i:nIK. (Prealdenl Wilson.) It is perfectl) obvtOUS that you have go) to have an Intricate and perfect network nf roads throughout the lerigth and breadth of tins great oon tlnent before you have released the energies of America. The blood of the nation will not flow in harmonious concord unless u can flow in intimate sympathy, Full was her figure or slender? Black cms or btue eyes or grayf Harsh was het voice m- tender? Fierce was her feruling? Bay. Mlddleage, forgive the unklndneaa Fancy musl keep to its track; I inlv in dotage and blindim- s Pictures like this will conic back. Brooklyn Eagle. IMI'ttssiui r BACOJilAJi CIPHERS, (Frederick K Fleros in Tale Review.) Some, tune ami the present Writer made an exhaustive study of a no I safch interred cipher. For weeks he turned his hack oil the hcalllV of ' THE fl) j The gods renn I Bul they for; I 1 low i 'ei w e p I Maturing, mu )s Kl Ml Mill U. They pity us- the Sods, but nailght forgive, 1 est w e, who Children scar outh - Should oome In dOUbt their iwly learn to live wiser in our age than Ian Lng the brave w ho not yield, Though hurt ami falh They teach ns not froi I .( st W c. indeed, shOUll ( l (Chi lOHiVNM I'W III: l.'tl. bee t th kind llf The utrgeal majorilj given in the recent election in New Mexico was thui over Gregory Page for state treasure r -sut other svtdenot that peo ple are beooshlng more and more dls rimtnating at the ballot box I lysoN I ROM sol t ii MMi I.l. ii .-. a singular and suggestive had thai, winie Hu- gnu baa broughi greed temporar) plospetiQ to the manu facturing neutraia. It has broughi rum In tllOSe Wh,-Se ( Vpotls ,,e pi , I ill pll ! I ssiiealtursl while the g res tea) natt- trul, the I ' lilt i ,l States, with nbun- nuiice of both agricultural and main. I.n tined i i oil u, 1 s. has reup,d the i n best bun eat of nil ' ' u r own Ii.iish pionprrit) Is fa inillnr enouKh to us We know, too thai Biol land, despite her tremendous RfMSBaM and hi i eml.ai raiwlng BttU' lit lull lu the VStl midst of helligct cm , but M 1,1 gays Tain- hturphy may ragard that di bs several Iouk The mail.. pa) ini tukiu teres) llV that should reason to encou Success for the i ultimate success . ' sista I w aterwa; W la ' lit M.il- il was li. mo who Itekl d He had the I u -t I ham the telegraph wire and of course ported a big victory. "Hue Poland," as restored b) Qef maay, seeme to be a state which will have Hie liberty to raise un army to llfcht ful the Teutons (JltKAT M I l!li N POKCI I MN (Century In Ittl an American woman. Ade laide Alaop Roblneau, sent an exqul- lantlscanes. the charm of and tin Inspll atlon of poetry. I'ur Weeks he Uluh lhli. il capital and Small letters, made mathematical calcula lions eonnocted with no human need. and filled bis beltj with Hie husks that I the swine did eat. lie destroyed tin' clphei and nearlj destroyed the po etry in his own soul. From thai dreary experience hi draws two lessons for the public: thai such labor is n desecration of ajtj mind made In the Image of Hod: and 1 that all Baconian deciphers have three Common weaknesses which mark their work Immediately ns spurious, The fust of these weaknesses is that the decipher is like a card play- i i who continually changes the rules I of the Uiinic to suit himself after look- j tug at his band. He Is bringing in constant!) little variations of method that cany him safely over what would I otherwise he an InsurniiHiiltii hie ol- , Ktiicle. Whether it bo seme new wa) in t In- strlni; humanity, I For 'tis their will Above its earthly .ml will the field, ith to fly. il shall ris lluNI IT l l mi: dlB that he sought so daringly, Yet still the on, a nd hy hi st. i ions an Ways the meat brave S( te.i in subserve the bet poses of Hod and contemplatli lev .in, ii and Messing of man so, 1 can not doubt, the nnscl foils In our day for the smell Of social hardships. thouarh Ml pur- the And latest ipiiKimsIs of the food slt- i- i mf wi shall i avs pant) io we can rustle the pi Ice. tltag Plead on the waters mluht ..ii. .a. ...li. ai ,.r i i i in. l.nr. c illlis i n I speiiiui: i ..-ii ((. s uaii(( i,. the niieimitii.ii.il rxpoaltlon in To cipher of Mr. Booth, or some new w.i tin Italy, where they were a Warded lot deciding whether a doubtful lettei tin. grand prise, the htghee) sward 1 shall be daah font or dot la the blllUS that could be given, and against tha j si the trait is slwavya there Lest modern porcelain manufnctorles j The Second Weakness in the deet- iii the world in recognition of beri pherer's childlike inability in matne great contribution tq the ce ramie art I mat lea. The problem created b (.r the world, both France and Italy Itheai ciphers is not a llterarj but a swarded her the his heat honors Ot j mathematical one Bither the given ii(n power, ami . t ini wotk m this J readings are genuine or they are country is unglorifled gad mknnwn 1 1 hsnne phenomena, explainable b) and some of the liire-t pieces fori the so-called tnathenintical laws v.hu h . olbctois hen-after will pay ; chance. Are they so explainable ? fabulous Minis have had in he snort-, Thtit is the question raised In some their metnoda may he rejected as mistak en or defective, will yet signally con dace to their contemplated ends Fad not, then, bumble hoper for "the good time coming." to lend your feeble sign, to swell the sails of whatever bark Is freighted with earnest efforts for the mftlg itton of human woes, nor doubt thai the divine breath shall Waft it at last to lis prayed for haven GET THIS TODAY Phone the druggist now or drop in and gel a large or small jar of this delightfully si milling and heullng oint ment, .lust try it and you'll always have it handy. - "Tin- World s Great Healer. For all torenaai un.i Inflsnm atlon. Afforda ipiiek relief lii' ii ( Hiik end i-xliiliirulinn effect wherevsr spplled All affections M. i.i ni onca t,, tha powerful Ingrsdlenu and sdml of menthol. Bctenca kn,.va n,. tu ner or mors effeettvs prop tluin tln.ae eontslned in FRO-SONA. Inflammatlan i relieved qulikly an. I nil sorellSSS l banished ai... n sfter sn sspll eatlon ..f pfto .una. Ko Irritating, aatlseptle, cmlinff unit restorative, FRO-ZOKA has a hundred uaca In every household. Far Irriliitlans "f III'' si"' f..r '.'oiils, Catarrh, Cougl i Yoiip. Sere Threat. HA) F' ver, Chapped and Chaf skin. Besema, Prickly H" Pimples, Dandruff i'"'1 Fa Ing Hair, stiff Joints. Swolk and Sweaty Feet, etc. A successful rem affords qulek relief, ily far PI Tbouesndi or Hemorrhoids One ipi'i in -1 n mm I i in n I il " My Father has Boaems and In li.. ssys a is iii.- feat remedy he ana in fur many ether disorders Mrs. Roy BTubaker, Dexter, Kai Till mint lit ALONG WITHOUT IT ' n,,i gat along without Frn-gona. n i the il -Mrs T. It. Bchuylor. Vermillion. Kansas FltlV'.ON A e a..l FRO-ZONA every "i CHAS. ILFELD CO. Albuquerque, N. M. Stewart Drug Co., c.illup, N. M. M. A. Grlndle Co., r cd t pl.'X id stetvani e. It may not form or other by even one of these different methods, and the Baconian Is constitutionally unable to bundle it; For Throat and Lungs M l BBORM oi i. lis coi ECKMAN'S ALTERATIVE isold by Ail lA-adlng Urusglsts Filler homo atmosphere with exquisite lasting fragmnce EU. PINAUD'S LILAC The preat French perfume, winner of highest internationa1. war U. Each drop as sweet and fragrant as the li nn ' il6 blossom.. A celebrated connoisseur said: "I don't see how you can sell such a remarkable perfume for 75 cents a bottl -W rementher each bottle contains 6 oz.-it is wonderful value v your dealer today for ED. PINAUD'S LILAC. For If Ctnt cur American offices wilt send vou t,nM ,.,,;, Write todiy. t'AJFLMERlE ED. HNAUD, Dept M ED. PKAUD Bldg., Nw 1 1 I