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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL: Page Three. OVEREATING FILLS MORE GRAVES THAN STARVATION; INDIGESTION HAS BECOME A NATIONAL TRAIT Eat Sparingly During the Hot Weather; Meat Once a Day is Sufficient; Food Value Meas ured By Quality Not Quantity; Drink at Least Eight Glasses of Water a Day. BY DR. O. C. WEST. (County Health Officer.) In spite of tho reports of thou sands of people starving to death m inuia, ana unina 11 is lamenta ble, but nevertheless a fact, that more people die every year from over and improper eating than from starvation. Civilization has always been fol lowed closely by dyspepsia; the two seem to run hand in hand. The people of the United States are the foremost people in the world today and represent the highest type of civilization. The world over, America is known as a nation of dyspeptics. Our newspapers and magazines are filled with adver tisements of remedies for the re lief and cure of indigestion. There is a widely circulated effort to treat this national ailment, but rarely do we ever read any thing about the prevention of indigestion. We are a prosperous people and with our prosperity we seem to feel that we must increase our food consumption in proportion to our pay checks, and have gradually grown into the habit of eating? rich and heavy foods dishes that are planned and prepared to please the eye and palate; food that overloads the stomach with but a trace of nourishment. We clog our digestive V tract with every conceivable mlx " ture highly seasoned with condi ments so as to encourage the en gorgement. Gluttony results. Start Now. It is time that we began to re alize tne seriousness or lnaigeauon and there is no better time than the present with the hot summe months before us when the intens. heat of the sun will drain our sys tems of the necessary liquids to help keep the body surfaces cool. The quantity of food required to maintain the body in health and vigor varies according to climate, season, clothing, occupation, work; and exercise, the state of the indi divldual health, age, sex, and body ; weight. It we Rive a little el U. the selection and value of toot, there is hardly any danger o our eating less than we require TM dinner that is placed on the tablfc in our average home or in the res taurants of this city would easily take care of all the requirements needed for a heavy laborer or one who is expected to perform loni hours of toil or exercise. When a business man or one engaged 1. quiet indoor work attempts tht consumption of such meals he is certainly flirting with dyspepsia and it will get him sooner or later. The value of food Is measured by the amount of energy It will pro duce when assimilated. Quantit" and weight have very little to d with real value. Preparation Oi food amounts to over fifty per cent of its value. Unbalanced! lets are responsible for a long list of afflic tions; scurvy comes from lack 01" fresh fruits and vegetables; anemia from lack of meat; acidosis from too much fat; eczema and manj skin diseases from a diet too rich in carbohydrates or fats. The Im portance of a mixed diet, well reg- Your glasses should above all be comfortable. Our glasses made in our own shop combine comfort style - and quality. ... Have . - your eyes examined , today TAUPERT Optical Co. 305 West Central Phone 588 ulated, can be appreciated when we see constantly the effects re sulting from faulty metabolism in those persons who try to suDsist on a one-sided diet. Meat Once a Day. During these hot days, meat once a day is sufficient. Substitute fresh, green vegetables and fruit; cut down on your hot and heavy breadstuffs, pastries and puddings; substitute rice and macaroni for potatoes: potatoes don't keep we?l during hot weather, and are often served sour or slightly fermented. Milk and cereals are suitable sub stitutes for meat. Fats and sugars generate heat and warmth; they are found abund antly in meat, butter, olives, corn- meal, nuts, candles, jams, etc. They have great fuel value in small bulk, but an excess Is extremely difficult to digest. The amount of fat In the body varies greatly with food and exercise. When more food is consumed than is' necessary for im mediate use, part of the surplus is stored in the body. The fat of the food thus becomes body fat. Hence the fat man not orily has the ap pearance of being overheated, but is actually storing up heat which he has no use for in these hot days. See that your daily consumption of water equals or exceeds eight glasses. Don t attempt to eat a heavy meal when you are tired or overheated, and don't hurry it down. It is much better to skin a meal once fn a while than to try to work with a tired stomach full of undigested material. One of the secrets of reaching a comfortable old age Is knowing when you have eatfm enough. Follow the safe rule. "Al ways leave the table hungry." 11 EIGHTH GRADERS ARE GIVEN DIPLOMAS Las Vegas, N. M., June 10. Eleven boys and girls finished tho eighth grade work of the Immacu late Conception school, and were awarded diplomas Friday by Rev. Father A. Itabeyrolle. All will contlnue',ln the high school depart ment of the school next year. The pupils receiving diplomas are Mil ton Herman, James Purcell, Charles Wolf, Manuel Sena, Julia nnrrln. JunnltA. Montano. Orn.ce Eggert', Amy Gallegos, Beatrice Sena, Ruby Moen, Gwendolyn Rob crson. Tho following pupils attained perfection in the work of the Pal mer .method of business writing: Stella Groth, Elizabeth- Carvill, Marguerite C. de Baca, Charlotte I Herman, Virginia Gump, Mary ! Manzanares. I The following finished the work prescribed by the American Pen !man: Anna Herman, Helen Gump, Mary Manzanares. The school had an enrollment of over 200 and an average dally at tendance of 190. Five Sisters of ! Loretta teach the school. Next : fall when tho school expects to !'move into the new school house ' now being erected. Then eight 1 sisters will be employed and a kin dergarten department will be es . tablished. The school teaches all : grades through the high school, and has a business department. I MAY SEND RANGERS TO INVESTIGATE KILLING Laredo, Tex., June 10. Texas rangers wilt be sent here at the request of District Attorney John A. Vails to investigate the killing on Wednesday night of General Luclo Blanco, a former officer in tVia rarram.a. srmV of Mexico. This became known late today when Mr. Vails made pudiio a telegram from Governor Nef f In reply to 'the. request for rangers. ' INVENTOR IS DEAD. New York, June 10. Thomas Howard, founder and executive chairman of the. National Institute of Inventors, and widely known In the motion picture Industry,, died . here today. ( COBURN WILL FACE CHARGES. Atlanta, Ga June 10. WilUam S. Coburn, former grand goblin of the Ku KIux Klan is California, will return to Los Angeles to face tha inmetment returned against him after a raid at Inglewood, u suburb, ft was announced here to night by E. Y. Clark, imperial wizard pro tem of the Klan. Come in and Inspect Our Modern Safety Deposit Vaults For . a moderate charge per year .'you may secure a box in this, vault pro viding ample storage for jewelry, valuable papers, bonds . and other securi ties, to which you have access at all times during business hours. First Savings Bank ::'.'':: and ; Trust Company ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. TWENTY GIANT ENGINES IN ONE TRAIN ? -tfjg " i Prosperity Special" ready for rum from Philadelphia to St. Louis for delivery. Flying pennants proclaiming it the "Prosperity Special," the largest and the most remarkable single train of locomotives ever hauled across the United States left the Eddystone plant of the Baldwin Locomotive work Phil adelphia, Pa., for St. Louis, Mo., the other day. It consisted of twenty oil-burning engines, each with its tender nearly 100 feet long and weighing 621,000 pounds. The train is part of an order of fifty locomotives of this type built for the Southern Pa cific lines. Business men sec the train as c "sign of the coming times." LOCAL ITEMS j Coal Supply Co. Phone 4 and 5. Mrs. Meyer Osoff and child, left yesterday for southern Cali fornia, .where ' they will visit friends for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Speck recently arrived in the city from Jacksonville, Fla.. and will re main here indefinitely. Mr. and Mrs. II. Livingston and two children are motoring to Cloudcroft, N. M by the way of El Paso, Tex. They expect to spend a few days in El Paso before going on to Cloudcroft for an outing of two weeks. Guy C. Pierce, representing Williams & Cunnyngham Adver tising Agency, Chicago and New York, was here yesterday on business. 10-15o Messenger. Phone 161 3-W Siegfried Kahn, who has been in Gallup, N. M returned to the city yesterday. Frank H. Strong left yester day for Los Angeles, Calif., on business.' Ho expects to be absent a week or ten days. M. Mandell, Julius Mandell and Sol Welller left yesterday after noon for the Cebolla trout fish ing stream a few miles beyond the Jemez hot springs. They will be absent a week. Mrs. J. Kagan, who has been visiting relatives and friends in the south and in Texas for the past few months, returned to her apartment at 315 West Lead avenue last night, accompanied by her little niece from Dallas, Tex. Mr. Ragan is in Colorado, but is expected home in a few days. Gordon E. Roberts, of Dalhart, Tex., is here visiting his mother, Mrs. Mary E. Roberts, at 312 South Third street. Factory wood, full truck load, four dollars. Hahn Coal Company. Phono M. I. A. T. S. E. will meet this morning at 10 o'clock. There are undelivered telegrams at the Western Union for Mable Jackson, J. L. Ewing, LouiB His- senero. Miss Bernico Jones, Miss Mattie Cox, J. C. Markley, G.. T. Wentzel, C, C. Leddford and L. Pengilly. Thero will be a meeting ot the Albuquerque Graduate Nurses at the Presbyterian Sanatorium Tues day afternoon at 3 o'clock. All nurses dro requested to attend this important meeting. Miss Katherlne Zellhoefer and sister, Mrs. A. P. Smith, are leav ing this morning for California. Dr. W. B. Weeks, of Ft. Worth, Tex., who has been visiting his sister and niece, Mrs. Blanche Underwood and Marie Underwood, returned home last week. District Attorney Fred Nicholas and family, of Magdalena, are spending a few days in the city visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas will leave Wednesday for California. A children's day service will be held at the Lead avenue Metho dist church today at 10:45 o'clock. The Epworth League officers will be installed. G. E. McDonald, state manager fo tha Woodmen of the World In Arizona and New Mexico, with headquarters at Phoenix, arrived in Albuquerque last night. Among the Shriners to stop off In the city yesterday were Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Abbott, of London, On tario, who visited Mr. and Mrs. George Mueller, 617 West Slato avenue. C. L. Berndtson left yesterday for Rochester, Wis., where he was called on account of the condition of his wife, who has been under going treatment at the Mayo clinic. Mrs. Margaret Hinds, grand ma tron of the Eastern Star of New Mexico, paid an official visit to Adah chapter, No. 5, on Tuesday evening. A social hour followed the business meeting when supper was served to 200 members. GIRLS' fliEi r T1 Tod" i HAS GLASS DAY PROGIMM FRIDAY Clara week at St. Vincent's acad emy here included in its program the following events: Tuesday, theater party followed by faculty dinner at the academy, was reciprocated Wednesday by the juniors giving a "Little Ixrd Fauntleroy" theater party to their elder schoolmates and served tea. On Thursday a commencement dinner at the Alvarado was given. Tho class day exercises of Friday closed the week's exercises. The program: Class History' Luetta McDer mott. Polo Mary Arsala. Class Prophecy Ruth Eaton, Leona Beyle. Polo Sylvia Davis. Class Will Katherlne Owen. "Breezy Point," comedy in throe acts. Characters: Aunt Debby Dexter , . . . , Luetta McPermott Elinor Pearl Sylvia Davis Ashrnel Grant .... Nina McCamant Mrs. Hardscratc.h ... .Teresa Zllles Mehitable Doolittje. . .Leona Beyle Bernice Vernon Kuth Eaton Laura Leigh Raphael Bnreia Edith Norton...... ...Helen Wiley Clarice Fenleigh Mary Assala Fantlne Katharine Owen llardscratch Twins: Myrtle McCamant Ima Jean Kemble Clem .Angellne Tipton Time The present. ' Act I. Sitting room at Breezy Point. Act It. Six weeks later. Act III. Four weeks later. , ( Class Song Teresa utiles. ( The diplomas will bo awarded to tho graduates this evening. The ir.ntiimnnmpiit address will be de- liverea ny itev. . u. Chicago. FIRE DAMAGES HOME OF W. P. WINGATE ON EAST CENTRAL AVE. Tlof oVips nra hellc'vcd to have lo,n iha c.nisn of the fire which almost completely, destroyed tie garage at the pack or tne w . r. Wlncnto home. 1301 East Central avenue early yesterday morning. Tho firn snrearl from the earaKe and damaged the rear of the housa. Thero was no car in .the garage ac the time of the fire. The damago is estimated at close to l,uuu. SEARCHING FOR NEGRO. Carthage, Texas, June 10. Posses of citizens and officers today are searching with bloodhounds for Zrk King, negro, charged with shooting to death Park Rayburn, son of B. V. Rayburn, prominent farmer near here, this morning. Young Kay- burn's wife was slightly wounded by the negro, who fired twice fol lowing a. dispute over financial matters. v "B" Theater Jesse L. Laiky presents .lack Holt and Bcbe Dan iels n.s the leading slars in "Ncrth of tin- Itio Grnnde;" nlso another episode of "Go Get 'Em Hutch." and a reel or two nf "Current Events" pictures, l.yrtr Theater Max Linder pre sents his latest comedy entitlej, "Bn My Wife," distributed by the Goldwyn Corporation: nlso eliow injr a tno tiart Christie comply, "Southern E.Nposurc." I'nstimc Theater. William Fox presents the athletic star, William Ktissell, starring In "Money to Ihirn:" also presenting two "Hds oi general interest ana a comcuy. IIS RATE II! OF METHODIST MINISTER UNDERGOES OPERATION Spuria I nrronixmdpnc to The ilmjronl.) Hone, N. M.. June 10. Rev. Z. B. Moon, pastor of the M. E. church of Hope, was operated on Thursday night at St. Francis hospital, Carlsbad, for appendi citis and complications. For scver.nl days his recovery was doubtful, and his wife, and daughter, who were in Dallas, were wired to come at once. He had Just returned from a trip to El Paso and was taken sick on the way home. Rev. Moon is also fiscal agent for the All-Year National Park committee. Ill M1I5 LI Is Only Seven to the Thou sand, While in the Lower East Side it is 57 to the Thousand. (By Th Anncl:ilrd Prem ) New York, Juno 10. Lacking vocal silencers for tho 134,000 babies born in New , York city each year and exercising their lung power In 42 different tongues. Health Commissioner Copeland today told the state fed eration of musfc clubs "these dis cordant noises murt be drowned out by music." Delegates to , the convention were mostly feminine, so Com missioner Copeland utilized the occasion to voice bis fears about race suicide along Fifth avenue ami Park avenue. "T am worried about the four hundred"." he asseried. "The wealthier people of New York have a birth rate nf only seven to the thousand wlii!: nn the lower east Hide the rate 1 r 7 to 1.000. If it were not for the in flux from outside eilies. New York would be a metropolis of foreigners in ten years. "London is 37 per eent Eng lish; Germany is I'll) per rent German; Rome is inn per rent Italian and Parts is I ("I per cent French." he declared. "Hul In New York 43 different languages are spoken by as many peoples." Criticising the, critics proved a popular number on the conven tion program. "U resulted in n resolution unanimously adopted calling on magazine and news paper music columnist:-, "to stick to the subject." The modern critic, often coes so far afield that bis criticism reads more like a fashion review, or a physician's diagnosis than an ar ticle on music, said Mrs. Caroline Lowe, secretary of the state fed eration. "What difference does it make whether a singer Is slender or obese; how she smiles, walks and bows; or from which sido of. her mouth she sings? It's her voice the public should be told about." Madame Edna Marrone, presi dent of the federation, announced that a campaign would be inau gurated to get music Into the factories so that workers In brick yards, on railroad locomotives. In boiler works and machino shops may work to tho ryihm of mel ody. "Then," she predicted, "our country will briskly step Into its daily tasks and efficiency and happiness will follow." GETS 1 TO 10 YEARS IN PRIS0NF0R THEFT Los Angeles, June 10. William II. McFee, 79, was sentenced today to serve from one prison for the theft a safe deposit box and Merchants Na Los Angeles. McF night watchman at ed the box with a He pleaded guilty. to ten years in of $90,000 from in the Farmers itional bank ot 'ee, who was a the bank, open- duplicate key. 5 MEN ARE ARRESTED CHARGED WITH MURDER Texarkana, Ark., June 10. Five men were arrested today charged with murder fn the first degree in connection with the lynching of Huley Owens, negro, on May 19. last. Tho men are Nick Hlghtower, Joe Carter, John Elmore, Dick Farr and Jon Ransom. The negro was believed to have heen the slayer ot Policeman Dick Choale. iBKm ARTS AND CRAFTS STUDIO. Embroidery to order. Lamp shades. Designing. Phone 170. Room 9. Melini buildlsg, over Pesney's. Dr. 8. Mable Skcels, D. O. Citl 7.cm Bank BIdg. Phones 881-W, 2022-J. AN APPRECIATION Ballut Abyad temple, A. A. O. N. M. S. desires to express its deep and sincere appreciation, as well as thanks to the newspapers for publicity given, tho Chamber ot Commerce for valuable assistance rendered, the A. T. & S. F. Ry. company for courtesies extended, the police department for its ef ficient control, and to all those who so generously gave their cars and time in giving our visitors so pleas ant a reception. The Shrine ex tends to the entire citizenship of Albuquerque its sincere thanks, with the assurance that so splendid an effort cannot help but bring forth wonderful results. WILLIAM R. WALTON, Chairman Entertainment Com mittee. NORMENTS' AGENCY CO. James W. Norment offers his manv rears of exDerlence In buv- mg, selling real estate, valuing property, examining titles, convey ancing and loaning the money of others to those who may have such business and desire such service. We will merit your confidence in all business entrusted to our care. Give us a trial and be convinced. Norment's Agency Co., 218 West Gold avenue. Phone 419. C. H. CONNER.. M. D. D. O. - Osteopathic Specialist. Stern BIdg. Tel. 701-J. 825-W. Have Your Party At Uramies Teas and dinner parties can be arranged at Mira-montes-on-the-Mesa. They can be as elaborate or as simple as you desire. The food at Miramontes is the best the market affords, and it is temptingly pre pared. The service leaves nothing to be desired. In addition, it is much cooler at Miramontes than in 'town. And the dining room has adobe walls three feet thick. Entertain our friends at Miramontes this summer. They'll like it and you'll be saved all the fuss and trouble. A PLACE. TO r.tJTT Phone 2100-J-l OUR RECORD Number of Students Pinned In Positions 265 Number of Graduates Not Placed In Positions 0 Enroll now In our Summer Classes and let us train you to fill a "Better Than the Average" Position. Individual instruction our specialty. Western School for Private Secretaries 745 West Tijeras Avenue. Telephone 901 -J DEATHS AND FUNERALS LUCERO Abelicio Lucero, 69 years old, died last night at his residence. He is survived by two sons, Pablo Lucero and Antonio Lucero, and his widow, Mrs. Lu cero. The body was taken to CroIIott'a funeral parlors, pending funeral arrangements, CORT Alva M. Cory, 28 years, died yesterday afternoon at 1 o'clock at his home on NoitU Twelfth street. Mr. Cory came here from La Plata, Mo., a snoit time ago. The body will be ship ped to his old home on train No. 10 Monday morning, accompanied by his father, who was with him t the time of his death. C, T. French is in charge. ; BARGAIN! BARGAIN! Tract 'of fine, land nearly seven acres adjoining new district Uni versity Heights. Investor will double money In two years. Also new water plant consisting of pump, gasoline engine, 1,000-gal. capacrty reservoir of cast - iron, never uncrated. Will sell below cost. For either University Heights land or water plant, enquire Mrs. N. J. V! Strumqulst, -Jr.,. phone 1621-W. .v , United Home Builders of America Assets Over $2,250,000. 3 LOANS TO MEMBERS ONLY OX UNPAID YEARLY BALANCES. COMPARATIVE STATEMENT Showing: Growth ot Our Hcserve Fund awl Asset. 9o ldei Jtule SYorev ALBUQUERQUE . I.MEX. AN OLD STORE WITH A NEW SPIRI v w' !v.m ffijw vvmrvn t v j. i1 1 ? va L Ei ft r s. i 1 c 1 isr XVLL vi A jQ" ' " i Beautiful Silk Frocks $?W5 IN AN Extraordinary Sale Silk Dresses in all the prevailing spring styles are here for youf choosing in this special clearance of fer. They are fashioned of Canton Crepe, Crepe de Chine, Krcpe Knit, Charmeuse, Taffeta and Georgette combinations; with straight line, long waist, blouse and coat effects, trimmed in novelty as well as conservative ways. In Navy, Black, Brown, Beige, Canna, Cherry, etc. Many "Peggy" Taige" models included. Sizes 16 to 44. TWO INTERESTING PRICE ' 7 ASSORTMENTS Values to $25.00 $13.95 Values to $46.50 $22.95 Distinctive and exclusive styles in the higher priced models will be individually reduced. NO EXCHANGES -NO REFUNDS RESERVE 'FCND Dec. 3ti m $ nno.on Dec. 81, 1920..... 20.000.00 Dec. SI, 1921...,, 118.000.00 March 81,-1922.... 149,000.00 ASSETS .Tune SO, 1020 $130,517.5.1 Dec. 81. 1920 441.847.12 March 81, 1921... 750,700.87 March 81, 1922. .$2,193,343.87 GROWING-SAFE-SOUND-SURE There is a Reason Investigate Take No Other for Results. &ur Homo ' Office in in our own 18-story office building; In St. Louis, Our General Asenry for New Mexico is at 218H West Gold, Albuquerque. The United is the original 3 per cent com pany operating in the Southwest and its rapid and substantial growth and phenomenal-success has made it a great and -permanent financial institution. United Home Builders of America ASSETS OVER $2,250,000.00 Reliable Accnts Wanted in Every Locality. JAS. W. NORMENT, General Agent, Albuquerque, X. M. RIEDLMQ MUSIC COMPANY Phone 987. 304 West Central, Albuquerque, N. M I VictroU IX-A L Ji illllll This store is a gate way to the whole world of Victrola Music. Any instrument or record made by the Victor Company can be bought through us. A hearty invitation is extended to music lovers to visit us frequently, whether they desire a demonstration of the Victrola, or just to listen to some of their favorite music. We will gladly explain our easy terms on request. j Mill .illll MlPl IliiililH'ffi i l l! ill I kctrt Hi ;j victrola 1 1 p'.sr,,W',;:' M 1 VictroU XVII 1" wammmmmmmamummnmmmS i ,- - - n mis ii ii