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A11UOTI1OTI ITOflKO HIHALD,' WIMMAT, JUKE SI, 1911.
SOCIE TY 'Do you know thm vottr thoughm nil' your life, Ito they pure or lttt ptii t In tlw strife A jfn tliinU so yon arc Anil yon make or yon mar onr success lr. the world by your Will) Is thoughts." Tli.. "Country Contributor, puliiipi ttn ablest writer In tlw f.u- dins' Hoisio Journal siiyn Hint "wiunmi nm onpable or living wlthont think ing deeply " pirlitiiM men also can Itvn imil illi without excessive mental exercise, yet tin- world iti'iniindx so ifitioli t,..irc of woni'ii In intellect us wull ns in morals tli.it a noti-iesideiii state or mind often becomes us tin imrilonnblo us wilful luw-brenkliig. H brsahl tliut fashion makers itnd l'niilui m'lli'iK, have ror age bitllileil their plnnu and fortunes on the t.tenry tli.it women respond unthlnk lowly to pictured suggestion. Let tli" rimdor attest to the truth of till statement It 1m trim Hint their fitter nenslblllllcM render women pirttliur ly susceptible to exterior as w as Intuitive Impressions, n ml t.uit wo men arc tin- creatures of cuMrnu inniit itml tln age In wlilcli they live. The world, howovet Hie masculine, half at leiiHt expect tln mental fiber In womankind tinil will citable ttleiu to aggressively lead the way to higher thought. "Arc your thoughia Just nnd true very hour'; Then your lif- will nttest with grout power Hit's love fltlH your heari Thnti all Imte will depart Voil Will find all success In good thoughts." It Ih a foot unilohuti:blc that unlit godly and ungodly uiu long to nee women went- the iialo of uohlltiy, and whether It Is acquired hy Intellectual virility or the superior spirituality wliii whluh the eternal leomuny wo men are endoued, In of little conse quence. Ingrained in every man' being l.i the consciousness Hint wo mankind wi.h nnnle to worsulp, and II y-'ting women would only net "an aiTpfit of thought" long enough to millc thlN, thev would not dlsnp- pnjtpi the Idonlrt of their sweethearts by the promiscuous mo- ot slung In- dtaative of degenerate thong, its. If fr no othei reason than to hold Hie etfm and oalt the lives of man, liu arc In reality the depend ent oin h women should cultivate the thought" enduing the aura of the "MdntilUnt moralH" urremlng nil within the radius of one's mental atmosphere. Helen Keller, the hllnd, iltaf Mud diimli wonder of the age htyj mild thin thoughta .ire unmlstuk hy (rniiHmltfed in the handelnop. She M,"int.s shf knows liy a personV hfiniUhalte If they tire cheery, triiMt wortlty, eompanlonahle people or not. flic ifiyn: "ftoiiioi peopled linnd iilaxp wuiui tMXjtlliitji nunliiyitiKd'jpd I fycl msWlf KVrinwl In UieYr proienei while otherx Qnni in) hand like u loileh of noi thorn front, ami I Ioiik to In ft way from thorn " StudeutM of In mm u niiture tell un that the cir rlM0r- h leSlbl. record of the lilollRhlK, MrilUllleiit .Hid Indigent. With theft in tltP llenrt. one ttlouelivx uolxuleitf ly. Thn man who Iihd IHild llM little nHl plnitSMt forwnrd feiirlerd. fMcHfly wtnmpCMi on every motion. aWnee nnd rfword or thp thlniw cAlUd thounhm. nnd OUfr l "etlMllle Of llvlnn tMr.MiHt deoply." or not, It tniiHlhle whether without lei little llDtt f crimiiml to tlilnk eurolesxly 'Vic ynu kind In your tlionnhtM ! ward nlU Tihftn hut klnilnets full to you mtit hi- Ak And Kith- wow tie you MlMKtlt'e Mil rp deep pnln pleii'-llie or hy your 'illKlltJ ' MY DAUGHTER WAS CURED By Lydia E. Pinkham Vegetable Compound Italtlmnre. Md. " I Si'lltl '0 ter- with tho picture of my Uftt'ii yenr oia I -r-T tilatiKliter Allee. w ho was rHtoreci in health by JaUIu. K. l'liiKliiinrR veKen llo (!oiiiMMinil. him was pitle, with tlnrk clrt'les untlcr lier eyes, we;ik ami itri- taiilo. I wtMiiunreiu. doetorK trcatctl her itml culled tt tirrcn Sli'knPNH, but, Hho imcv wurm all the tlinp. LvdltilMMuk- Itain's Veetiil)l ('oiiiH.tutd vii reiv it melt lel, nml iif'r takliw thrjHJ bot tles" u lias reKaiiu'l her health. thankH v . r modieiiie. I .' rrr.niinK'iiU it or -ill l'l'IIHt ) trOllhll'M. Mlf. li. A. cSohkuas! 1103 Hiitlana .Street, Haiti rnoru, Md. r i ..,tu nf mieh lftltfrrt from moth- ith e" in ittvr their Kratltthlo forwlmt i viIi'l 1 l'liikhain's Vmetablo Com &Vri te.s'a cLm ilishetl for tlwm havo ::cnev.;n.yhi'I.yllaK:l'l..klum .Medloiiio Coinpiiuy. J.ynn. -mum. Heetl Thin Atlvloo. (SlrlH who uru troubled with ralulul r lrrVu iM-rliMlH, iu:Kehf, l.eud- chc i lniKHltik--l'W i seiiHiit oits. fulnt. im" mwIIn T or indlK'tI'"i, hoiihl Uko mtnedl t U' n inid Isi Ti'Htori'tl to StSpl; ii. Thousands l.uvt, bceu nlslovcd to heallh by Us use. Write in Mr. IMnUlmiu, hymn, Xhh fur ulvk, lr. I'any ul Cnxlln llnnlns. A c harming Intoi nnlltj in honor of nu out-of-town Ktirnl uis the afrmt Monday afternoon when Mix. A run ItunlUK mii.i hoxteHM to it dozen inti mate irltudH ut CllHtle IhlUlUK. The hoimree mih the illxtluuulHhed .Mlxi SeroKHf. who ih vlxiilim in Alhtiiiiier- lite for a few dny. Miss Chavtt Enttrtains. I'ninplliuoniary in MIhhch IMIlli Clillilni.t and Attnnn ClillilerH, an In ftirnuil ten puny wan iwulert'il hy .MIhh Kiuhtyn t'linvi'K Iiihi uvcnlnK. Twi'lily-Hlx ineliiheiH if f tin ymiUKci' Wicltil Met wete iMItettaitied wltll tho urneloiiH chnnii and mrdltilty utatk Iiik Mltu Chitvon n n homes of nirc Inlent Tln Hpacloiix rnmntt worn lieniiilfnlly nnmnionied with whlto UnweiH. nffKei wllh IiivImIi trltninliiK of Ricciiery While nweot poiiH, Hiinji ilniniiH, t'littisitliitiH ani? other vitrlo tle hreiitlicd it hwciM luroiiRn on the merry revel nf AlhuUei(tio'H hinl illliK mnldii tinil cavnlleiM In the din Iiik iooiii the Krcoti ami wmio efferl wiih tiiHtofiilly llnllczcd hv lln Kteeti Hhndeil litniiM, and k'uIihiMk nf doll cm o tiHpniKUH leitm ninl reat natin ImwM frninliiK the whlu- floral plcct's on tho tnhle Alter tliu ehJoy:netit of the dellol oiih menu, the company oiimiufi! In daiit'lm;, the meal ilntwliit; room and IiiiIIh nerving ailmlruhly m halt mom. Af Ikh Kdlth ChllderH IntK toeoiitty re fin tied from n yeai'H aliHenre In lm AtiKclcrt, where hIu attemleil xchool. .MIhh Akiich ChlltleTH Ik tin.1 Iiouho KUCrit of the hdhlesH. Tho llivlleen at the affair hiHt evenlliK were: Akiich (.'hildeiH. IMIth ChllderH, Una For KUhhoii, A I tun llaldildue, snlniuo HlnloHnn, Laiirn Citttwrluht, I'lormiec1 (trunxreld, Allno Klein. Atilln Haca, IVittl t'arHon, Joan Arnnt, Helen Hope, Mytle I lope, Itiiih lll.tld; U'Hter Cooper. (Inrilon OnsM, Leslie Ht!KB, Artluir Ynnow. .Iohm1i O'Ulflly. Kltjr .Inffti. Ccorno Harlow, lMilllp I Inflow, Clyde Hokh. Wllllnni Arnoi. .InniOH .S'elnnian. .loo Wnltoti; l)r nnd Mm. i: ,1 AU;ot. Vonimrr Set i:nicrialneil. Minx Alma llaldrldKe enti rtnlntd is yoiim; peoide at her home on South Arno Hired .Monday evening In the happy niye of cordial hospitality lack Hm ostentntlou and formnlltv mnklni; the social affairs or the younger sot so theroiiKhly enjojuhlc After a sea son ut eatd tahles, solvint; the Intri cacies or five hundred, the mem maltlim resolved Itself Into an lin promtu ilnnclm: party The KiiostH worn. Misses I. Inn Far kumou, Laura t'artw'rlKht. Kathryn 'liaves. Pearl Corson. La Oniric ShUpe. AlMles Olllders. IMIlhM.'hllders, i-'aloine Staleson. Messrs. .Junior o'Uldly. .loo Wulion, Arthur Ynnow, Lester Schutt. W'fillain Mcflurkeii, i lydc Horn. I'hllllp llarlowe, i!con;e llarlowe. Off til lin 1'iH'o:. In the sylvan shaihm of the OPitl- etiih the Coopi-ry ami Ul Woods of Ninth Waltei stint enjoy a tnon'.h'H uiitlnK Dr. Cooper 'iml sou HiikIi left Monday evcnlmt for an nvrlniiil trli to the station of niorleta. KlvlilK official escort to the commissary insou and saddle horses, hoth of which repreionl Important factors In the pluasure of the mouth to runic. Ti.inoirow iiM.inliiK Mrs. t'oopcr. Lus ter Cooper. Mr nnd Mrs. Itoy Klwood urn! thetr slstei, Miss Lillian Klwuod. will lene ti train lor iiliiein. where tlu-y will he met hy the advance con tliitfent that left Momhix. Twunty live miles overland will Print; them to the. summer routine In the heart of Hit C.lorleta nuii;i, where they will spend a mouth of ideal amp life. Mint Miller Honoree. A pleasant alfuir, omh . 1 Informul and Including only Iniinodlaie lull nuitcH was tin company yesterilnv when MIhsch Mnrsatel and KiiKenia Kelcher entertained half a dozen uhl fileiuls as a coui'tesy to .Nils Ann Miller of Norfolk. Vn. Two tallies nf htldc were the feature of the niter. DiKin s plellHIirc Porch Prty. The mi.nhcrK of the Vouim W'o mens .SewlitK cluh and the nieiiiliora or the Uliler Women's Sowing cluh with their escorts will ho outot tallied tills evettbin at the home or Mr and Mrs C W Kunz The splendid ver nuila o? the Kun home will he the ppene of pleasure when', if the weath er permltfl, those present will practice Hie pleasing polities of live hundred In the. hal'tiv outdoots liiHtead of needle work Indoorn as Is the custom of the teiniuiiui aintliiKout Five tahles will hi the theater ol the eanl contest. .lane Wedding. In tho "sprlmt when a youni mnn's fancy IlKhlly turns to thoiiKhts of fo'e" there Is foreordained work for the clerKy In June. The present moii'.h has heen no exception, nnd the last week has already five matrimonial ceremonies recorded, with posslhly two more hefore Saturday. Monday afternoon while pnokltm to leave on an overland trip to iiio Feces, attend Iiik to hutilness of the Presbyterian Ninutorl'.tni. u modlnt,' of ministers nml a ii o'clock dinner pnrty, llev. If. A. Cooper also found umplo time to preside at two weedlncis, one al -1 o'clock In Old Alhuiiieriuc and one at 4 o'clock in the parsouaKc, Chureh WetWiitfl. Tho prettiest matrimonial rlten hlncc the notitblo Schwontkor-Howoll niipllalH, was tho -wedding Iiihi even ing In th l.utlieiau church when Miss Kmilla Kinxenlieiger nnd Mr. Aruitii Ktaemer plighted their liaili In thr nrr.'eneo of a chinch tilled with Itiemls Tropical plants and a pin fusion of palms effectively adorned tin altar mul nooks of tho pleasing rlian,d. At S o'clock to tho HtrabiH of a miilnilloua wedding march played by Mrs. Ohoihnltier. the lirldal cotipln advanced to tho altar. Tho biidoH luirnestt was enhanced hv tho charm Intr enwn of whlto incsKallnc, TIlO biidesmalil nnd gioonihiuaii woro llsa il.ydla Kraxenbenair, sisicr oi tun bride, nnd Mr. "r0i etlc I wwni. .Misn Ullu Alitor acted as liiuUwrcr. Thu Htrvlc; wits ntiwl linprcKHlvcly rruil by Kvv H. E. Ohfirhohrr After tho ceremony tho company adjourned to the homo of the htldo'H Kiandparents, Mr. and .Mtn. L. I Al Iioih In their miluiihnn home, where im clnhorntc reception was teiideied to forty-live KiicHtM. Tim uiiltiiltintlon ol tho mo:iiorahl rvctit was the KiimptumiH wcddlnt: nupper The Ioiik ttihlc was prettily ileconiled In nweot pean nnd Minllas, linrnioulxlii-r with the flnral nilotiinient of till tho rooms. The hrlde Is oho or the most ctll elent stcnomnplieiH and popular oiiiik liulhm In tho city The for tunate Kroont Ih itHSuclaleil with the Dolde utoceiy. Mi. nnd Mih. ICream et will liiiniMllntely IickIii hoiirtekeep. ItiK In thU rltV Inniik-SlMitiiiih Nuptial. A ipil't homo vveitilltiit, pretty In uppolutmeniM, solemn In set vice nnd Witnessed hi the Immediate friends and retails cx of the youtu; people wa the ceremony In tho Hlncoinh home in Old Town when Miss 'ella. Slucomh hi came the hrlde or Joseph L. Jones, lt 11 A. Cooper official Iuk. The aitciuliiu! couple wiie Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Slucomh. The rooiiiM were tastefully adorned In white car nntlous ami nin iori. maklm; an ef lecllvc settltiK for the enactment of the happy scene. The company min uted In Ki-nlal Inlci .onr-r ami e lended fellulllUlons to the newly-weds till the twlllnht hour, when an etah orat) nuptial supper was M-rwd. the bautpiel tnhle helliK prettll) de ked In white cat tuitions presented a plcrisliiK' picture. Thoic present were Mr. and Mis, J. L. French, Mr. and Mrs. Wlllmm HrlKht, Miss liladys Slnconili, Mr and Mrs, Henry Hlncoinh, Mr. Unvln. I'.r ncst Ooet., Ciordon Sincouth, Kva fm comh, Htanloiil Slucomh. Mr. and Siiu. Jones will tesldo In this city in definitely Mr. Jones Is a mnchluM In the employ of the Santa Fe. llniiMritiiy -Walter Marriage. In the parlors of the parsonacr Monday afternoon Itov. Himh t'oopcr united in marrlaKe Miss olive Walter of Laramie, Wyo., and Italph Dould' day of Cheyenne. The hrlde was at tended hy her sister, Mrs. Htltzer, of Laramie, who had accompanied the hride-eled to this city to meet her fiancee. Mr, Douhleday Is manaitcr of the motion picture shows depictlttK the Cheyenne (air and roil nil riders, and had heen In the city several days nwc.ltliiK the arrival of the Indies from Laramie, who came Monday mornltiK. the ceremony following the same aft ernoou. Mrs. Stltcr continued her ttuvels to California to spend a va- cation couple at the const, and the lirldal returned to eustern points. rink-June. youtiK people ot this city Two youtiK people ot this city who will tills week he, made oip in LI I'lian an- Miss Alice Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Jonus, nnd Mr Charles Fink, formerly of Alhmiuur ipic. The home or Mr. and Mrs. Fink will for thr present he HI I'nsn, as Mr. Fink's huxltiexs Interests are now In that city .Mls-i I'.IwimiiI I'literinln.. environed hy kindred spirits whom k,ic has lo-eu lllflueuthi) in develop lini into vi. cnl HtoiH, Miss Lillian LI Wood Will lust evenlm; the center of a happy ttroup of i;lrls uho ansemli led at her home on South Walter stieet to renew tit friendship ami tcheiirse the xonux made dear hy I Im trul.tlns f n esteem -d lustiutetor vj.ien Allss Klwood was voenl tcaclict in thl city turoe yearn iiko. I No i all former pupil- weie aide to he pffkent. Several had moved from the cltj. Others were ellKUKed els -where. One , pupil, Mrs. W. A. Nich ols, has paused Id the unKelh- choir sllice She clll!,! x I .Cited tOKit.i. r last time. I Hut a. fair representation the I'hMiod voual ChlKIMM wa.-. priieut r.nd nnx'-eil most hanii vetiini; In liuiKhtir u.ul sonic with u- taehcr and, li.isis. It( frnshmciiiN served . Mrs. Itoy Flwood "iii-luded the dellK.HIul ocnision that was the Al pha and Om -im of the :. ii -unions for this year, as Miss F.lwood, who has heen in Lie uity i"r only two veoks. leaves tomorrow for the Hio picos to peinl the rcnialuder if her vac.vtlon in rest and "ill door roe reatlotp Miss Klwonit retttniH In the nly full to Kn. concurvatory, HaleslnirK. Ill, to taiie up her duties atmalii as professor of voice cnltun Those who enjoyed the hospitality ot their (oritur ic.io.ier Inct cveniitK wure: Mioses I'aullne Cart vinlit. Mrs S. Jt. Miller, Miss V'ola lliih. r. Mrt. Oiohter Cioss, Miss Orru'e Monty, Mls Lola Neher. Mrs. c'orle. QUickcl. Newly Wills Feted. Mr and Mrs. Lou Hoi, were the, honor guests last evening i.t n cele bration planned and carried to a happy conclusion b the members of the Herman Order of Harngati. at their regular lodge meeting In tint Knights of Columbus hall. l.mln felicitations to the bonorees lately returned rrom a wedding trip tti California, ami refreshments etigngid C'e company till a late hour, Nearly two hundred people enjoyed the festivity, that concluded with tho presentation to Mr. and Mrs. Hob of an elegant cut glass water service wliii the best wishes of the llarnnjrl lodge. Fruntcnuil Function. Complimentary to the itoyal Neigh bors, to all Modem Woodmen In the city whether formally affiliated with the local lodge or not. and to nil wives of tho Modern Woodmen the social affair this evening will tendered by the men of the local camp of Modem Woodmen of America. Two nolnitto addresses will be delivered during the hour devoted to a musical and liter ary program. Mr. W. W. Hurrls will speak on "Woodcraft," nnd Mrs, Pol lard, slate deputy or tne iioyat .-seigu-bors. will talk on "The Itoyal Neigh bors." The Itelhl oicheslni of five pieces will render several selections. Miss Charlotte Print will sing "Kath leen" and several other numbers will contribute In a successful program and enjoyable, ovculug that will con clude with nu Informal social session mid refreshments. Fnllicr.' my, Now that Mothers' day duly celnbrittcil throughout and thu Insistent cull for u has been the land mcmorlul day for fathers MK(ih tilth renpotnie hy filial nnn of WiwhuiKlon state, It neerim mn.tt oppoflitw to rui-tRcst that I the Second HundNfc In May inlnht be called Parents''')' or , uhdivlded so that ettloitlstlc ncriuoti- he dedicated to mothers in the forenoon and to the other bends of the families In lite cVclllllit. Apropos uf the recent de imind for u father'i il.r arc the fol- loAiim veiscH cttpi""! ii im n news paper ilnied Is'rt: MY FATlint: "Who balled nic fh-t with rnpturniix Joy, Ami did not fret and foil annoyed When the nurse said Why she's a boy!" My fat her. "Who nve that inline n half a crown, To let hint hold me- -awkward clown, Of course be held me upside down, My lather. "Who ne'er to cut tn hair did try. Jahblm: the scissors In no eye, And outlinjr cVOj.y hair away',' Af father. "Who set me In Hie harbc-'n chulr Instead, and had hi in cut my hair Llko my big brother's, uond and square? My father. "Who, when I bad a little Unlit llecatise Tom tore in paper kite And bit me, raid I did Just rlKht? My fitther. "Who when Tom. licked me hlnuk and blue Mid not turn lit and lick me, too. Saylnj;, "ris my duty so in do?' My father. Who told inn pluck and luuk must win, And tattkht me to 'put up a fin,' Till I could trounce thai Tom like sin? Mv father. "Who pinnies ne'er refused to plank Nor dropped then In that mltnlo hank, Where 1 could only hear thetn clank ? My lathi r. "Who when I wished to buy a toy Ne'er thoiiKht 'twould ;lvo mo much more Joy To scud tracts tewunmo heathen boy? My rather. "Who botiKht mo ponies, Kttns and sluh And xnvi! me leaf to fork nnd pitch. While he raked tip to make me rich? Mi rather. 1 1 "And who nt la.-it, when all wan done, Passed hi bis checks, and, noble one. Lett all he had to me hN son? ! M) rather." j NidleK' Art IMtlblt. The rirst stale rnlr In New Mexico will in more than one sense tm a debut, as various departments will be opened to state exhibitors that have not heretofore had place In ter ritiitlal fa lin ami departments that bad been hcim In former yearn will this year expand to greater propor tions and stale. whl'( Importance. One of these will ho the an exhibit, that bus hei ii always m popular feature, hut this year proiulsoji t: be the lead Inu attraction It 'Me exposition halls. Mrs. c.eorKe AlbrlKht linn been ap pointed the superintendent of this de partment for the first state fair, and In older that every town, county ami nrtlsi in New Mexico may lend their talent to insure its success. Mm. Al bright ufKcs every person In Now Mc.Nico who ban art ernfi of their own to coiumuulcntc with her. Needle work, china palutlmr, oil, pastel, cray on pnlnitnKs knitting work, crochet work, wax w. rk, hair work and any produrt of art will be ncc.rptahle to the committee and chance winning the numerous rewards offered hy tho fair association for meritorious exhib its In this depattmeut. li.lcale Tomorrow Kvcnlng. Arraugeiuouts have been completed for the mush ale tomorrow evening in the Hold and Mroadway church. The commltlc,ii on decoratlotta will tomor row place the patriotic) draplngs, Hugs nml t lowers th.it will announce the season or th glorious Fourth (in.- or two liiaugcs in the program haw- been made neoessaiy hy the de parture of Mt-s Lillian Klwood, who leaes the it tomorrow. However, Mrs. Hoy M. Donald has grai lonsly const ntcd to take Miss Hlwood's idacc tit the iumtit numbers and Mr. (iouhl will render a tenor miIo. Mm Me Hotiald's cultured vuk'u Is known to ho one of tin linest 111 the southwest. Mr. Could is always a favorite ami a drawing .unl nu any program, and the entertainment will be one ot the tntisl rlnsoie ever Ijcnrd In Albuuiier pie. Tin program will begin at S o'clock and is as follows: "The Mlsire" from "II Trovntnrc" V. nil Ladles' Mandolin and dollar Trio. Mrs Klslc I)c Wolfe, Mrs. Coon, Miss Sc.lkc. Tenor sol Sclceted Mr. Oould. Itvadlng,, "Tho Hazing of Vallani" Williams Miss Hazel Cox. Vocal selection (a) "Concert Wnlta". .Hudley lluoU (It) "Sleep Time Ma Honey".... , Ladles' quartet Mrs. Iliadford, Mrs. McDonald, Mrs. lloruff, Mrs. Collins. Heading Selected Dr. K, McQueen flrny. Soprano solo, "Arietta Vnlse" from the opera, "Hoimm and -Intt.it". . c.ounoii Mrs. P.lluhcth Ilradford. "The (larileii ot Dreams" Ladles' Mandolin nnd (lultnr Trio. Mrs. De Wolfe, Mrs. Coon, Miss Selke, Mrs. Kcr.man at the piano, Church Hcttlon. The cut lie representation of local Methodism will astie'inbtn en niasso tomorinw evening In tho parlors of tho Lead avenue church to extend a cor dial welcome lo tho now superintend out of N'ew Mexico missions, Dr. S. Alonro Ibight, Mrs, HrtKht and tlm vntiiut ncopl,' of tho Urluht 'aully Thotrli the nodal entertainment U under the aiiRPlcoit of Iho Ijidle Aid J nuclei y, the otlleera nf tho church and allied soclellcs will formally express, tho welcome of tho 'dopartwents t)iey,Corul and Miss lrcuw .loliuauti on represent. Music will ho a fanturo of , lb - eVeiiliiR'a program. "ChrUlMii OllcieJilt" lllM-itcd. t a well uttetided meeting nf tin loial White Hllthoners ettertlay ttft itnonn at tho home of Mi-.. Vanfilin, an entertaining proRnim and inspir ing addresn were h) tho uests In the course nf the buslnow session precnllug the eutMtaining numbers, the W. C. '1'. V. voted to renew tho suliMnlptlpns to the temperancn periodicals now he nig placid In the city library, and the Santa Fe read ing rooms. ijnvernl iiii duels by Mlssii Mary and m it Learning, aecompanleil by Mts. learning on the piano were, heat lily enjoyed. Or. ( O ItecUmait Mhlnfsscil the lii-llix on Hie subject of tin day "Christian citizenship," giving an usual, much food for) tltoiiiihl and Inspiration. Dr. Heck man said in nart " hrlstlan Oil sieiiihlp" Is a subject in which women should be specially Intctested. The, fit ot thing a woman can d to proi mote Christina citleuslilp, Is to bit ii Christian. Secondly if she would runlly help Christianity she should' marry, Thirdly, she should bring children Into the world. An orchard Is accounted or no value If 11 merely uIvcm shade nnd blossoms, Hy tb" wime principle women should bo fruitful. And, being a mother she must train her children, hoys and Klrlx ullke to self control and to tin blithest Ideals or Christian clll.. n ahlp. fllrls should not be taught to sim ply marry hut to stand ror a imht kind or a man to marry. Not until daughters are taught to marry only clean men wilt w attain to the highest type or eiu.ensinp. As to suffrage, women would liav It If thuy wanted It. Hut II is to bo noted, that with the exception or Kansas, that wherever women havn Ktiffrage already or wherever it looks as though they wnuiii obtain sat frage, the controlling power Is in tho itands of the Mormons, nnd thr vtes will ho by the Mormons controlled In prospective suffrage Mate of California, and Oregon as ut present In the s'.vcral other western states." lbuouerueuns IhnlMtl, Tlie Prcsoott Courier of recent date contains n most flattering introduc tion of Mr. and Mrs. Luther steward to Present t society. Albuquerqueana Honored. The guests from Albuqneniuc who aro members of tho bonne patty at I tho hnnie of Judgo .1. II. MeKie In I Santa Fo will thin evening he honor 1 ees at n reception tendered by tho young men of Hanta FV in the Wo man's l.lhratv club rooms In the "City of Holy Fulth." Miss Lillian llesriclden, Miss OTarlntti! letnbke and Charles l.etnbkn aro tho Alhtt ipienpieanii enjoying the hospitality ot McFluts In celebration of the re turn or .lohn McFIc from college. Miss Mary McFle. who lecontly received a bachelor's degree In hiiibIo at the IblKh Tetniibi of Music, Chicago, Is oh runt., It tun- tin-mi In SiMOt.-l l'l- HtOll- niiig for a brief vlidt 111 Ciaytoti. N. ! M ami expected to arrive at home July :i before the prohont vlflltots leave t'er-onal Mention. Miss ltentrlce llfehl. daiigliler of Mr. and Mrs. Loula llfehl, Is eMiect ed to return to her home In this city the latter part of the week. Mlsn llfehl has 1 u doing pteparatory work for Wcllenley college in llrad bird Hall college, lloston, Mass. I Misses Mamie Tlerm .v anil flenc ' vieve Tlerm-y will leave Ibis evening ror California to spend sevenil weeks m Ocean l'ark and other coast re sorts. Mis Charles Q. fioodman Is sum mering at lin home of Iter father in Arizona. I Miss Frances Borders will leave In . .i day of two for Long llentdi. ''"I, I where she will Join her sister, Miss Irene Herders, to spend the remainder of th" Milliliter at the beaches. Mrs. Martha Dennis, who has been tile guest of her daughter, Mrs. Isaac llarth, the past spring, left Sunday tor Tnticka. Kan., where she will visit another daughter before returning to her home In Klohmond, hid, Mrs. Italph Hunt, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W V. Walton, cfi Monday yevenlng to Join Mr Hunt lit F.I I'aso, Mr. Hunt had Just returned trom u business trip to Chihuahua, Mexico, and tolnpboneil Mrs. Hunt from 1CI Fato to meet hliu In the I'm Clly Dr. and Mrs. .1. o. Schwetitker are cosily settled In their new home on North Fourteenth street. Mrs. Joe Seoltl. little daughter, Hor tense, and Joe Scottl, Jr., will leave tomorrow for St. Louis. Cape Clrur deau nnd St. Mary's, Mo., where they will visit Mrs. Scottl's relatives ror two mouths. , decided loss In social, church and music circles will be tho departure of Mrs. It. ('. Howell and Miss Adclc How-ell to reside In F.tnltcln, Mr. Howell has ilispoNeil of Ills business Interests In this city and Is conduct ing it mercantile business in l-'stau- Ida, and the family will leave next I Monday to take up a permanent resi dence In the growing town east ot the I SamlliiH. Mrs. Almizo llrlglit ami children nr. "veil trout .Mannatiau. isan., tne ta - wr pari oi ine wecu 10 rnic in ,i luiqucrqiic, where ItcA', Alono llrlgbt wilt establish headquarters for the su peiinteitileiicy of the New Mexico mis sion work of the First Methodist hnrch, to which office he has lately been elected. Miss .Minnie lloairlght, who has been the guest of her brother unit slsttr Mr. and Mrs, D. II. Hoatrlght, the Past week, will leave tomorrow for L" Angeles to spend a month's vacation .Miss itoairignt is tne assist ant i titer accountunt of the hoard of Iriuh in Kansas City, which responsi ble) offe i -ie has held the past six years. Me-" lloairlght Is agreeably surprised to uid Albuquerque making miyh woiim r"it strides in building and genera' esslvencss that after an absence if -,iral years it seems a new city. Tlie condition -v. .1. who is III at in-, hotni street Is report' d "c ihitiglm-r, Mrs, I" -ii Michigan, Is In alt' n i ne side. K. Heibllng, on i'wclflb t sei Ions. His ritcrllpg of e at his bed- Tho II. It. K.'h met nt i!tn homo of tlatnca wore, tho oulei of tho owning .Mioses Morrli, Dixon mid Hey! and Mr Ferguson weie the wllifui- teceUliig beautiful ptles for thi'lr skill A dainty lunch eon was Horvod. ii'er which the me. t lug broko tii nietilng that tlm tltiic bad Mown so msi Miss Sor"tfr . .f llutrhl-nn Kan . Is the guC!f "' her niece, Mrs. Arno Hunltig, ''- 1 "He Hunlng tin- pt.-t cut week Mls K tfir v a cttaveii Is entertain ing Miss A,i chlbbrx at ,'icr home on North Fi. m nth street. Aire Wntllnr.ton nnd I.iumIi- ter Mi M n mi will lea. i.iimrr evetiin .t i.-i itiM i in s l.-mis nnd i-1 i n tin I , . t,i sent v y . u. SALOONS CLOSE OF OWN ACCORD Dispensers of Thirst Cures Agree to Take Day of Rest, and PeRce Officials Are De lighted, Im Ciuces, N. M., .ittnn as The live Las Cruces saloons closed nt IS I o'clock Saturday night to remain closed over Sunday This action waa brought around hy their own Tree will, all ngfcelug to clom In order to en Joy a little tost. Thuro was no drunk enness on the streets Suiidav morn ing, and tho peace oillccrri aro well pleased with the now order of thing'.'. Antonio Manpiez Is being held hi the county Jail In connection with tho killing of a man In Socorro, Murine, was convicted of breaking Into a sa loon here two years ago. On account "of the local churches not being able to observe. "Mother's Day" lit May. next Sunday haB been net apart for that purpose. Monday morning a number or ac tive members of the chamber nf com merce met in the office of Wade and Wade, and appointed Kdwnnl C Wade, Jr., nnd A. Wotluiifor to ar Mingo for the IuisIiichh men's luncheon to be given in the Milts' hall July It. The last meeting watt such a riiccckh thai the members have asked that one be held every mouth. Surveyor .1. I'. Monty has been en gaged the past few days In locating so:m coiners and lines mi some prop erly near lt .Mesa. The I'ih Cruces .Scrubs have organ ized a nine with Itamon Hen ere. aa captain. They organized with the In tention of earning of the $100 prize at the basohnll tournament Jul v Ith. Oiih Mnnnnsn and wile, Major Dross, Mr, and Mrs. N. C. Frcuw nnd Mrs. A. Jacohy loft for HI I'aso Tuesday morning. Jeff Isaaeks wan In front hU cattle ranch In tho Oigan nioiiiitalua Tuck day to purchase su iplleit. cii Ho re ported the ranges In helL'r condition thnti they have hi on for wears. William Palmer. It-., of lllueon, has puiohnKiid I he Heck irnot of land near tho depot and will divide it into small tracts tor residence purpose. The tract contains alsmt 70 act en A. P. Mitchell, who rcccntlv ...':o n strip of land to tie town ol Las Cru ces for the purpose of connecting lite Nliiieda houlevaid mid tho Pasco road, has increased bis donation fif teen feet for tho entire distance in oribr to straighten the Htteet, Mrs. Ollliftcr entertained a number ol friends -Monday evening at hor homo in Mcallla Park, i ('Initios llostner will complete- hi residence In the Hrownlec division this week L It, llentlov nf Organ wn a lns Cruces vlsiior Tuemlay. L. V McDowell, a nromlnont ranch ninit of tho lower vulloy Is bavin,: t residence elected on his ranch. LAKEW00D DIRECTORS HOLD SESSION THrodnry of Trueb mid fruit tirowerK' Association Ti-ausiiets Important ltisbie. Lakewood, N. M., Jun '.'s Follow lllg the business meeting of the Lake- wood Truck and Fruit Growers' asso ciation directors last week II. L. Van derwork was elected manager of the ''auiicr Ibis season and takes lull charge at once. The board Instructed htm lo older shipped at once the first of the eight cars of cans already or dered, one car of cases and picking boxes, one ear of erales for shipping fresh stuff, and td't.onn labels. The indications now are for a buw canning season, The financial statement revealed the fuel thai present stoi W, subscrip tions will finish tlie building and In stall the machinery. Arraugi no it's were made for tnoiuv for the season's operating expenses, Arno Monday nigin CAES S.S.S The majority of human ailments are caused by impure blood, because weak, polluted blood deprives the system of its necessary strength and dlsease-rcsistinn powers. Children do not develop per fectly, nor are they stroitR and robust tin!cr.s the blood is pure and strong, while old people are afflicted with Rheumitbsm and oilier chronic troubles because of a weakened circulation. S.S.S. cures every ailment which comes from impure or diseased blood, it tones up and rep.ulatcs every portion of the system and creates an abundant supply of nourishing properiies with which to build up the blood. S. S. S. is made entirely of healing, streiiKtheniiiK roots, herbs and barks, abso lulely free from harmful drugs and minerals, and is therefore the purest and safest blood medicine for young or old. S.S.S. cures Rheumatism, Catarrh, Sores and Ulcers, Skin Diseases, Scrofula, Malaria, Blood Poison, and all other blood disorders. Book on the blood and any medical advice free. S.S. S. is sold at drug stores. S, j CARDUI WORKED LIKEA CHARM After Ofration Filled to Ntrp, Cirdui Worked Like i Chirm. Jon-svllle, S. C"I nuffered with otnanly irottblQ," wrlle Mrs. .1 S Ketnlrlck. In a letter from Mils place, "ntul ut t linen, I could not bear to stand on hi) feet The doctui said I would never he any better, and that I would have to have nu ojwiatlon. or t would have a cancer. I went to the hospital, nml they ope, ted on site, but I got no hotter. They raid medicine would do me no good, mul I thought 1 would have to die At last I tried f'anltil, and began to Improve, so I continued using It. Now, I am well, and can do my own work. ! don't feel any pains. Curd ii I worked llko a charm." There must be merit lit this pttrplj TPgctablo, tonic remedy, for women--Cartltil for It has bceu In miceessful Me tor more than fiO years, for the treatmnt of womanly weakness and disease. 1'loano try It, for your trouble"!. N. II. 1l7i7 IJIm AJvlwry IVM. 0,iu. Znoft .M-Jkinc .o., Outum!, fnn., far SfrcUl fHfriWan, nj 64.ri- t.k "Hnrn Trf.ilirml if Vib," unl in pliin nrrf. vn nt. FIRST DEGREE (Continued from Pace One.) Springer, a weafihy Dcnvnr banker. Ho deprecated tint maudlin public fiomlmoiit that would turn murderers loose to prey upon the public and ap pealed to tho Jury to enforce tho law, der verdict of murder In the flrstaa piiiilcnlaily In this Instance, ami ren der a veidlct of mnrdor In the first degree. He pictured lien wood an a constituted "hero and protector" self who wsa "taken Into tho bosom of the family of John Springer, bit induced to bis wife, took advantage of bin bis kindly courtesies and then destroy ed the Springer home," Mr Chiles nssetleil that the lliing upon Von Plinl, which resulted In Von Phul and Copolnnd'H death win thu work of a man llrod hy Jealousy, a man v,lth "dnmntiblo hell tiro In lihi heart." There was no Jimtlflcallon. no sell defense, said thu assistant district ni lOruey lluuwood, he said, was nctlug tinder a spirit of revenge. "He bad had illicit, relations Willi the unman, ' said Mr. Chiles, "and Im was afraid that Von Phul stood high in tho alTcctloiii; of that fair erealun ' Therefore, he declared, lienwood wanted Von Phul out of the way Mr. Chllos dwelt, upon that phtum ol the law which requires a man to indcimu to avoid danger hefor he sttil.es u mm nil blow. He charted that Von Phul, nfiec nttikiiig lienwood down In the bar tcom of the lb-own Ivlaco houd, turn mmI bis iiiick upon lilin. and that then lienwood began shooting Ho argued that lienwood was hi no 1 uuieiliaiu dang, r or lib. life, and iheiefote the id a of nil -defense could not siauil SEWERAGE StSTEM (Continued from Pago One.) lar, are just beginning lo awahen to Hie fact Hint ptoper Haiiltary onglneet lug ndvhv by men of s.tcclnl irnlnlng Is as valuable lo these small com- tunnttloH ;m anything thoy niav do to further the health of the people An lltellleietit sewage disposal plant, or a. negl icied plant, represuut a waste ol capital and energy. itaw sewage may actually purify Itself duiiiiK Hiortifco prolonged for weeks, to a state wnero It Is Impos Hible to dlfforentlnte 11 fro.ii fresh clear water by physical Inspection, except b he for u mineral sediment mul a growth ol algao at the bottom "Tin" ttlnt In modem sewage dlapos al Is to :el lid of the sninll antodut ol suspended matter present as qtiloi: us possible, and then to oxH'cv tho Iresh liquid on biologic fibers s'nniild additional ticntsnout bo 10 quired in the Itiat few years, tho disinter lion n contaminated waters has tntide great strides nnd has actually lowered tho dcnlh rate frotn lutentlnal diseases wherever It has been mtolllRCtitlv ap plied." With thirteen dllTetvnl sections In hcbsIoiik tit once, the doctors as.etn bled here for the sixty-second annum session of the American M-'dieai a. loclatlon had tholr hands lull or work today. Itetter snnltntlon of cities, I nprove uieuts In public hi-alth, which would save nnuuullv millions of dollars an I tut down tin death rale, were itiiion!,' tho subject i discussed, A. BLOOD MEDICINE FOR YOUNG OR OLD WE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA