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THE EVENING KEliAID, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 30, 1911.
THRU : v No 7 ' V I commenced Using It. Bonn got better and am now entirely cured and feel line n new women. Peruna la my comfort. I will never ba without It" Mra. 3'liomag M. Morgan, K. K t. J, Wadswortit. Ohio. MOSE FLESIIMAN BUYS MODEL COMPANY STOCK, TO OPEN SALE SATURDAY It In turn innced tmlny that Mnse Flcshmiin his purchased the stock "f dry goods anil shoes nf the Model eonilnciiy, recently assigned In the Flixt fining I 'unit unci True! com pany for the benefit of the com pany's creditors. The ronslderi'Hon -n not mac)" public. Mr. Floshman nmiouiicee ) Hut he will i pen the To be Gas your 1 ! Achc3 or Pain3 Peruna Did It for Me. "I find Peruna an excellent spring and glimmer medicine and am glad In call the attention of my frlenda to II. I know by experiences that I'eruna I a good medicine, and always recommend It whenever I hava an opportunity. I ran truthfully any that I have no trncea of my old complaint, and have ncithce rha nor pain, and enjoy Ufa. Word cannot express my appreciation fur tha ood Peruna has dona mi." PERUNA THK SPRINQ AND SUMMER MEDICINE. "I used to rt cramps In my stomach. t had lk heada. hea. My atomach nearly killed me. My family phyplotan only rave ma temporary relief. I lot out of patlenra and had irlven up all hnpea of recovery. I then wrote to Vr. Hart man and ha advised ma to take Peruna. I ot a bottle nf I'eruna and store Fictiirdiy morning next with a hla sale In coulee of which he pro poses to disimre of the- enllte stork. Mra. P. II. Peel of I'hiiaao, irratn. PHnled hy her daughter, urrlved In AlhiMueriie uist night and are gitesla nf Mr. and Mra. J. I. David win, C12 North F-.urth street. llrrt l:ker, deputy Internal reve nue rollecto;-, has returned from an emended official trip through eaat ern New Mexico and will epend sev cral diiya In Alhuciueniue. Snappy Evenings Will soon be here. Nothing is more cheer ful than a grate fire. Nothing is better for a grate fire than genuine Gas House Coke. This is the only fuel far general heating purposes with all the trouble ta ken out. No danger from injury ; by smoke or soot to light colored interior decorations or furniture. No dirt or dust to soil the clothes or hands. Genuine Gas House Coke will make a brightly glowing fire that will extend the most pleasant greeting to your evening's guest. If you have never burned coke before let us send a representative to explain its advantages and use. In order to eliminate rush orders later in the season the following prices good for the rest of September only: One Ton quantities, per ton. .$525 Five Ton quantities, per ton. .$6,03 Ten Ton quantities, per ton. .$5.75 Delivered in your Bin sure of obtaining the only genuine Coke, Telephone 98 today and place order for your winter's supply. The Albuquerque Gas, Electric Light and Power Co. 502 WEST CENTRAL FiOriE DELEGATES ATl OF SUNDAY SCHOOL IE Exercisea Thii Morning Chief ly Devoted to Relation of S. S. Work to Missions and Cover Wide Scope. 29,871 ENROLLED IN NEW MEXICO SCHOOLS Bishop Howden and Visiting International Secretary Ad dress Delegates Last Night: Tonight's Session in High School. Increased attendance of delegate and a con munition oi 'he lively In terest of the opening session marked the aei'ond day's proceedings of th thirteenth annual New Mexico fun- , SECOND CONVENT ON lay school snsocii.tloii i on.fulic.ii Io dic). Tina riioriitux a srmton waa de voted to in lemon work In tta relation to Monday school activity and brought tint aridicaee and exercises oyerlng a Aide and very Interesting scope. A feature of the session waa the Key. II. A. Peek of Tenipe, Aria.. a ho spoke on "The Two New Htatea ciH a Field." Mr. leck lead figures hewing that In the two new slates of New Mexico and Arlxona there cere now a total of Till Hundiiy i hoc.l. 1.71 Hutidity a hno teach eia and 41.74 enrolled Hiiiulay c hoc. niemhera. Theae are tHWclcU between the two rtutea aa follow.; State. Nthool Teachers. Pupil New Mexico 6S3 114 2."l Arlxonn .... 231 1.07 13.S75 Thin showing, unci especially the New Mexico aticngth, nstnnlehed even the workers closely acnuitlnted with the work In thla mute and shows ci marked gtowth J m I nai the pnai yenr. The convention work began thla morning at o'clock with a eerie of oiilerencea rovprlin aeveral de PHrtmehta winch occupied the dele ante until 10:10 o'clock, when the convention proper Ihkhii It a work with a drvotloniil exerclee ronducted hy ICev. lr. K. I'. Hrhneler of thla Ity. In fonnec'llnn with the ehihnrate report of Mlea Mubel A. fnilth, nil -perlntendent of tha mlioi'onHry de partment, the pupila of the Menaul. llMinond, and Itlo tlrande Induetrinl mtealon achoola took a pror lnent pari. To a rertuin extent the puplle were rolled on to llluetrnle phueea of Mow Ciulth'a report. Nine young men from the Menntil erhool aanK cliorua unci were retilred to Rive an encore. From the Harwood Rlila' hool a ciuurtetle of ulna aotiK very chat iiilnaly, and were followed hy In me thorua. directed by Miaa Klunt of the n hool. The Hln (Irunde In- cliiKirliit M hool tin dented a i-luaa of ten lioya and firla who llhmt rated 'where the money oe.'' eaih one ot the ten takliM the pirt of a dune anil the ten of them cleverly dlHpoinn of ,i dollar In mleaioti work. Mr. A. It. Fulea of Itoewell, repre- "inlatlve of the American Huncluy xi hool asao.'lutlon, made a very In tereetitiR report on the New Mexico llelcl. hia aubject being "1 he Home Field. " Five minulea of aenience prayera for mhuilotia led by Mra. J. H Hen Id of Albuiiirriua and a briel iiimiiieea waalon completed the moin 1 1 1 ii prourHtn. tine of the mot Intereatlng td- dreaaea of tha convention waa deliv ered thla morning y flev. f. K. Campbell of Laa Crucea, who apoke on tha aubject, "tha Bunduy ru hool m tn Kotelan Field." Mr. rump hell, a Met hod let minteter. apent lour year In China In ac tive niiaeion wcnk and hia uddreaa waa alive with ititereet, valuable Uiformatlon and iiKKnationa. Thia ufternoon the convention taken up Huncluy achnol work anion, the Hpunlah-Am rkun vltlxena of New Mexico and Work In the adult department which will include ad' ilnnxei. on ndult work hy Mra. Hry ner :im! Mr.' I'irc'pr' ,1 . i ' I . . . I, ,. Touittlit'a I'rc Kr-.im lnt"rvlnit. Tomttht an eepeilally intereatitiR program will be given In the high hool auditorium to which the pub lic la Invited. Mra. Mary Foater Hrytier will apeak an "Foundatlona" unci tr. Frank II. 11. Iloherla. preal .li iii of the New MexU'w Nurmnl uni veralty at Ma Vegua. will apeak on "Why I Uell-ve In hunduy School Work." A mimlcnl program ditwted hy Mra. K. I.. Itradford will make u Ideaeant part or the program, und will include n piano number by Ml r.c-ryl Kenworthy. a vck-oI number by Mra. Itradford and a o,uarlette niiiiilceT by Mra. Itradford, Mra. '. A. Foiemiin, John 1 Falkenburg und ieorge Kveretl. Thla aeaeion w ill be. Kin prointitly nt ":4a o'clock. IUhImii llowiitu KM-aka. The Lead Avenue church wna crowded I'iKt night when Itiuht Itev. Frederick M. Howden. Kpiecopul lilxhop of New Mexico, dHivered an n del reus on "The Hundley Hi hool Mo tive." llmhop llnwden'a uddrera i a clear, forceful, eloquent and ln 'Idring conception of what the (Sun day pc hool motive ahould le und cov ered many phueea of 'he practical .Hide or the work. Mr. W. t'. I'eurce, ioo.net ant g.-neiul aecretary of the ln trrniUlon.il auoctatinn, ilellverecl a pplendid addrepp on "T'ie Humlny Si hool a World Power," in which he liifinuht home Impreaalv eiy In tha audience how enorinnua le the power and Influence of tha fund.iy mhool nrganlsution which now beara Ita flag over tha flag of every nulon. One fact he quoted to phow how vaat the Sunday w hoo work hap become when he p.il clthi.t during the pat year 1 ii,fi(Mi,tn'il plecea ol Hundiiy m hool literature were ftlalrihtited di rectly by the Internatlon il appiH-lu-tlon. The 'Mention Oitnmliteew. At the aeaelon Inet nltht Judge Pope nnnoiinced the convention ciini mllteea whi h are to pr'pent then report, at the peeainn lonioirow af ternoon. Thcae are ua follow! lleaolutlolia Itev. 11. St. M'Col loiigh, chairman; Itev. 8. K. Alli'on. MIpp) W. 1,. Ileticlerann, Itev. f. U Van Wagner. Itev. J. A. M. Klegler. Waya and Menna II. f. Llthgow. chairman; Itev. J. M. tlardner. Mi Iteaple F. Ilornet, Itev. J. t Rodrl guex, W. fl. Ugle. Time and place of next convention Kev. P. T. Taylor, Kdward Hteven aon, II. II. Harper. Mlaa N. W. I bird. 1 Itev. Vlctoiinna Valdex. I Nomlnaln'i'p I). A. Porterdeld, j chairman: '"harlea II. Htewart, Rev. , V. U. Hoffman. Rev. K. V. Uathia. Mra. Addiaon Hall, j Program (or Tntnnrrnw. I Tha program of tomorrnw'a en- plona followa; Mornlnc. Oa to 10:So 4'onlerenrea aa fol Iowa: a Adult department, led hy Mr. Penrce. At thla conference the noma department and the parentp work will alHo be fonaidered. Mr i'rarce will lead tha dlacuaaion with an addreaa on "Adult Divlalon Or ganisation and Met hode. " (b Teach er training, led by Mra. Ilryner. (cl etiipei intendenta und ac hoc. ofllcera' conference .led by Mr. Merrill, with the following topics, among others "Shull We Study tha lllble Straight?" Mra. W. . Slevert. Albuuueniue: "The. Superintendent aa th Head nl tha Mchoul,'' 'Tha Work and Tools of ' the Sunday Si loo Pina l Intend cut." "The Cimlecl he hcml " 10. 3t I citiveiition. leot.niMl ex- errleea. Sentence prayers, led b ' Itev. Arc hie Toot hnker. A Morning With I lie Trnirrait-e 4 n tlx', i:40 liiport by J. M. Vnught. I e ml tig. puperlnletident temperance depart mrnt. in r,o "Tai hlng Temperancn I" the Sunday School." Mips Harriet I. Hendermcii, state prrpident W. t. T I'., Fast Vaughn. II or. Phyplcal culture drill. Mrs. .1. S. Kujictcriliiv'. c liipp, All.iiciii'tiie ll:l"A Itemedy tor War," Mrs Anna Wilds Striiiii'itilct, AlhuiiieriUe 1 1 : J" Music, 11 2'. "Teaching by I'artoon." Mia. M l ililic l ilrren, nntlonal W. .'. T. 1". lecturer. Kapi Vaughn. 11:40 -Hong. "I'hildteu'a Happy Iny." chllili'cn'p chollin, 11:4". lleports of iimmlttees. Ituptnr. 1! AdJ inrnineiit. 12 1 . to 1 : 4."i lluslness men's lunch to meit Mr. penrce. AddrcMP hy Mr. Penn e. "Itellgioua Fducatloti and Hitsiness." AftrrtHMHi. J fin -Song and devotional exer. clsep, led hy Rev. J. M. Shinier, Sun In Fe. n Hour With Tcai licr Train Inc. :: li lieport from Mrs. Mollln Poe imlu. Clovis, department superin tendent. i j:,-Tho W hat and How of Teac hc-r Training." Mr. Piarce. 2:4". "Training for Leadership.' Mrs. Hryner. SMill Flection of officers. S: 11 Consideration of reports of committees and new biiMineps. 4 no Parade. F.vciiIiik. At the new high school building. 7: 4. I Song service, led by Mr. '" J. Andrews. k.Oti "Open Doors," Mrs, Mary FoHter Itryner. K; 1 r. Illiislrnled lecture. "The Adult lllble flaps Movement." hy W. f. Pearce, superintendent ndttlt divi sion. International Sunday School as. oc iHtlon. 9 00 floslng words, by Rev. V. C Merrill. 9:2:. "find He With You 'Till We Meet Again." :J0 llencdlction. At the clewing session tomorrow night, which ulsii will ha held In the high school auditorium. Mis. Faster day's class In physical culture will take part In the progrum and an at tractive musical program has been arranged. Kxlilhlla I'rnvp Interesting. The exhlh'ts nt the Lead Avenue Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 30th and Oct. 1st We have received 800 Gold Fish and will give them away as follows: With each 50c sale of REXALL Goods We give one fish and a 32 -ounce Aquarium and one fish with each addiiional 25c purchase. TOOTH WASH A perfect cleansing Anti septic Dentrifice, pleas ant and handy to use, price per bottl 25c. Liquid or Powder form. I. l.rS ) Rexall Preparations One for each human ill. Soaps, Tooth preperations, Stationery, Candy, Face Creams, Talcum Powders. Perfumes, Rubber Goods, Tooth, Nail, Hair, and Bath Brushes, Tablets, and a number of everyday specials. All Who are Entitled to Fish from Last Sale will please call and get them. i Rubber Gloves These Gloves last long er, look better and give better service than any others. Guaran teed to please or your money back. Maximum $1.25 per pair. Roxhurg 65c per pair. Combs Butt's aeJLm D jg You thodd see the display of Cold Fish whether OUR LATEST ARRIVAL "TANGO" Bed Room Suite Dainty, Attractive, an adornment for any house. NOW PRICED AT $78.00 The )Vay to a Woman's Heart is to provide her with a real home. A OOIJJEN WAXED DINING ROOM SET will make her happy. The set consists of heavy pedestal extension table, fiva selected quartered sawed Oak Chairs, and the latest in BUFFET and CHINA CLOSET to match, for this week selling complete set only $110. AND HEATERS Let us again call your attention to our attractive line of HEATERS. We guarantee the quality and assure you you can't find more reasonable prices. Sollie-Peters 223 South Methndlat church have proved a most intereating feature of the prerent f'ouveiillntt They have been ar ranged and Installed with cure, being grouped n round a central exhibit cnlled "The .Welling put." and show ing d .lis tlrewed In the native cos tumes of children of all mil ions. Il lustrating the niiiry elein Mils which must be considered unci brought Into the work of the Sunday sc hool. The llio tlrande Industrial school has a fine showliu; of woodwork Hnd other manual training material. The girls of the Harwoml school have displayed acme excellent em broidery work. The Allison James school at Santa Ft haa sent an ex hibit of photographs, and the Mil runes public m hool children have an adobe house made hy the pupils. An educational chart by John Wood ol Sanla Fe hns caused a great ileal of favoral le comment. There ate fine exhibits of elementary, primary and junior Sunday school work from all Parts of the slate. The missionary i department of Sunday achnol In OUR ANNUAL old Jr isn Dale The real charm of the Violets have been preserved in Violet Dulce Talcum Powder. Cooling and sanitary. The Dainty Sifter, can Twenty five cents. "The Confectioners' Mas terpiece ' one that preferred by discriminat ing candy lovers. 80c pound Hotel Batliing-PHONE 65 Furniture Co. Second St. struction In. lodes a show ing of les son hooks, strip books, pictures of niisHiona rlc. nnd mission perries, etc. The Standard Pul. Itching ci.mpiiii one of pcm. rill religious publishing houses hick in exhibits ul Hie c hurc h, has ptesentej licit coti ent ion note books to the delegates. Mrs. William 11.11 tnd.iy received news of the death of her brother, William Kilpatrlc k, of liiiwsou. N. M. Iieceasecl was an uncle of Mrs. Alfred Hoodrlch nnd was well known In Albuiiicr.iie. DON CARY S I G N S 113 S. Third VIOLATE DULCE TALC yioUTDiai, Tooth Paste mm r SJZ-XZ An excellent agent for the teeth and gums; Removes tartar and food particles between the teeth easily. Pleas ant in taste and the favorite Dentrifice of many. In generous tubes 25c. ts rugjtore you want them or not.