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THE EVENING HERALD. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., THURSDAY. DECEMBER 23. 1915.
i ! I 'V4J' '" ' '"- Lit - This will be your Last Chance to Purchase NAVAJO 77 TT V T (Ti m ' j nil at the greatly reduced prices we are offering than Marked Prices JOHN LEE CLARKE Jnc Central Avenue, near First Street PLAYERS Will GO TO FEDERAL ARE . -VMM WIDELY Batting Ability of Many Or ganized Ball Adherents Who j ' Make Jump Changes Con-' I siderably in New League. i . ,. . - I (AMeelat.e Frv. CrroMR1 I New York. Int. Former Amor I lean tin. I National lemi pluvera now with the Federal leaaue xarhit onn j eldernbly In their effectiven.e aith, the hat mhiMi their 1K record In j compared wlMi thm r 11.1. Anna thi: a remarkable tncreaae In per ji entitle nt olliere failed t lilt tip to tha atandtinl they attained when jweurlna' nrituiified heme ball uniform. The tain anl Iim in point l about evenly divided, however, an I ahown by Handing of the foitowin. plaver. lorn front the Federal of thr i.rtftt aeneon; HattHm Av. 1IS. lll England Seizes Mail Intended For Americans Sacks Started From Berlin, Sofia and Constantinople, Taken From Steamer Rotter dam at Falmouth. SAYS REDUCTION New York. reo. IS The iimmrt Itntterdnm arrlvln- at New York tn ilav from Hnttenbun anil Falmouth reported that while detained nt Ktit- I mouth for two ilny the Ittttiurt an- ; thorium took thirty-nine, aneis of nmll , ahm eiahteen ancle from licrltn. eleven from t'nnliiiillnople' nnd ton rrom Hotla. I'aptnli lliiroii prelected Hint the' aelxure in 111' nal. I ml w:i obliged to accept a receipt tor the iniiil. Mo n ' ut(J that a Hit the ttinl hud been cenenrcd It would I ent by another atvamer. ele"ted at ran leaaue record Player. Musee no .:; Knnetchy 310 Norton ........ .SMI .1J r'otd .1IJ I huir 2t4 Cran.l.ill 2H2 ,1u Tinker ." JH I-npnrte :l .:"n K mi be J.'il .;.t dicier S33 S4H !-'ukk "I .2J4 31 1241 17 I'hanne plus 1 pin pltl pi it I'lllH nt in tin J4 nunu 4: phi I mlmi I in i n ua 13 nilnua 3 A G MEETING TO ESTABL SH WHIT Sport Governing Bodies Favor able to the Plan for Nation al Conference; Chinese Ath letes at Michigan. New York. !. 23 Sport snvern- Jnf hodi- In alniont fvpi y tTMiirh iif atimti-ur nthlptlia in thia l oimtry hnej Ifplid favorahly to thp auxKCHtion of! the lnleri'olli-aiwia Asoviutlon of j Amatrur Athli-ti-j of Anii-rlra, that a; fiillnfinl ronti-rvnc b held to ftah l.li a rlarrr ronrrption of amatuur !mn. Aa a ri-ault thu eonffrnc m-t tor DwemlMT Z1 proimiwa to b u roinurknble nirctmc In many r.-fy'cti-and to have dTldvd intlufiive on th (mure of amatfur apurt In the In it id ritatra. Ai --ordln to the pri-wnt plan thT ill he an advame rnvetinit to be hfld in .Vr York on Iiwemher SI lit hn h time a teitative proaram :li be arraniteii for the corit-reii(. In a ('irral way it la prop"a"l to wli-ct v.'t'.cera at the muln KtttlTinK and to appoint com m it te-a to ri-prcfi'tit all department of fport. with liixtrur liona to report, later In the nii k, hub Nt&ina frr Utiprovlna the uiiiuti'iir "'HnilifJi in their partiruiiir brain h. Thi'M reporta will tie li uhm-J anil adopted la anme fiirm and then re. f.irrd to the oranliuilon ttovPrnliiii Ihi t partlcplar aport for ImniHion it ao Ucaited In I'a rod" of rf xulai ioim. It in 'nine pnimilile that Una lonft-r-eio-e i.'l he made an annual event. I'lilvinlty or Mi.'lm-.in link oti'. tialu are keenly intorem .-.) in Hie r fott or to I'hineKo Jiuli on to miiKi tlie 'armiy finder aijuail, S. t Mum Im u HpniHer i'f nn inean itlmiiy hih "VV. U. V.'ulig hat Blrei )y vaolK-il l i t'r than ten f--t. The lu'ier ia a f ri'.Hhnidll. who will not !ir .!K!ili foi anothi-r year and It la thought th.it tu- will bu aide, to ndd cloea to two feet to hla yntilt before he entera the enihoinore t-ln. Ifoth of thene i"hl-ne.-e athlete rei elved their prelim inary trulilliiE at Txlnx Hut coll-Ke ut Peking and they are laid to a far advanred athli-tinilly a the averuire hiph achool atudent entering Ameri can unlverait lea. Clone ful low era of profeional ttport are of the opinion that a carefully planned i-amiaipn i under way to vinoke out Frank MinVh. the retired wrent'lng I'hamplon. Joo "tei'ker of liodffe. Netirniika, the eeiiHatiotuil youna trappier, la apparently the can didate tho proniiitcra hae in tnfn.l av opponent for the orilnalor of the fa mous toe hold. The prellinliiary work linn all the eutniHtka of the cimpuitni which preceded the matching- of Jim JiTTr.ea and Jack Johnson. It in iom alble, howeter. that If theae two wreit lerj meet on the mat the bout will develop better wrmttinK thin the Johnxon Jeffrlea bout did fticntinic. tle ker la about twi-iHy-il.rce )i'ur of are and ha ehown reninrkMol. etrentflh and irnnplmic ability In hi" abort mat career. liivpl wreHtlem n ho are ueer keen to praiNe an op ponent, declure thut he la a inanel Unti'li, while conxidi rablv older, la fai front being; a wenklina. Since wreet lera do not d'tcriorate. in eiihei atrenKlh of grappling nmll nx raiidj aa pusMiatn. it may be that lioich will Helen In due time to the promoter propoanl. although to date he hat been deaf In the lm ortunitl- o n howt of forcittu tjolintiix. The nuehTion of tootliuii mitiremuci between rivui team I 'Ikely to be derided by a priK-r oi mathematica' Uedui't:ntie In the future. I.ulm'ia ha 'ome to the foro with the aluteinent that it teum ealr.ed S WS ' yurd from 43 icrirnmaxe pla dutim; the pai -uioii, ahoAtng uii avi-1-ai.e gain o! about tie alilx per play. N'eOiaf-rf.i claim to lead both cukI arid wcxt in average number of point per e'.'inc. r nay develop that l lie ia:i iro,i.ie.-. ome ear 4o to glvi a varying :ilue to the Inui hdovvti, .lepfiiilntg iipo i ilic illetHTi- e f oM-l'e. duilfiK the noilili I" the av ore. will yet find itx way to a place In the footbell tode. K. ver enn tell when you'll maeh a fir.Rer or euffer u i-ut. i.iuie, burn or ecabt. lie prepui td. Thoumnl rely on Dr. Thomua' l'. let tic ul. Your druggist aetla !t. Ibc at.d toe Thi nmalter college are dtcover Ing that there la a decided drawback to having a football team the r.trengin f which l out of proportion to It former position In the gridiron world While all the larger univeriitlea ol the eimt ami wet are deviroii o playing hard practice game before meeting their real rival (or either chainpionhlp or dual aeriea honor, they oh.teel moat etrenuoiiHly to being ilelcuted by team which heretofore neve furiiiahed lair practice, without the element of defeat lurking In Ihe immediate vicinity. A a remit! nf the chunged condi tion aever.il college have been iiil .- ly tipped off that ther la, inf-.rtu-natel, no room on the 191 . nedule of the big varxlty eleven for their powerful scoring nutch'.nea. tloitijT into what ued to be termed "chant plonithtp cottteHta' tp-.th two or three defeut marring their recor I. doi not make n hit with the big liiilverxlt;, aliunnu or urdergruduaie. Herbert Jone, King tleorgo lead ing Jockey, hit deaerted the middle for the trench- He enrolled nt an Ktigllrh recruiting talion with the remark: "I rode the king fnwl win ner nnil now 1 have rlddei; hi laet wlrnet to date. Now I am Kolng to et'hxt nnd fight for him n hard nr i ver 1 rode for my king " Indiiatlon K.int to the In.axlon ot the eiiHt by nt leat one l'a Iflc coa-t football team during the 1 S I grid Iron aeimoii. The oegon An-'iciiltiir- al college team 1 Minted to play ii re turn game againet Syracuse unlveill next tall and the coulee! upertei! to In- hi'ld at vlaciife on 'ictolo-r JI. Syrai.me deieuted the iregon Aggie SH to u on the rec ent iiir-weeiet n tlip unci the w cH?eriier-i are nuxi'iMH tor iiiiother change at the hcav. i irange elev I'll. tatcfully compiled Hiaii-'iiiM .it (rne!l univiTnily ehow that the memberH if the varaity lntebiill lejun were grunii'il inme leave ot aii-cicc for competition than uny oln-r aport team ut Ithaca. The average d.i'.i per ill'':. Tc Haxelmll. f. ; footbull. I J ; lentil and basket bull. 3 1. w rw.' -ling. 3 S: trio k. S.. rowing, l.u. Nooembcrlncome t Of the Southern Pacific Record Nearly $2,000,000 Single Month's Increase in Earn Ings, Far More Than at Any ' Other Time in History. j Hy Krrnln-t llerald l.eued Vlre I New York. Iec. 23. The euormou-i iluTeane of 1 1.l"K.34il in net eamlnge reporled by the i-toiithern Pacllie com- ; puny today for the tnonih of Novem ber i the large-.! gain for any one monili in the company hletory. tiro earning Inc reased I n .".iiS.oimI, with nn Increaso of tl.44H.7ST In op erating expenee. HOWS TIIIK? We offer me Hundred I)ol!ar He ward f .r any cade of l ainrrh ihai run not be cured lv Mall' t'atarrh ''are. K. J. CHKNKY fci., Toledo, ii. We, the undersigned, have knovta. F. J. Cheney for the last fifteen e.ir, and believe him perfectly honorable In all bciltieH transaction and hnn-i-elally able to i-nrry out any obligation mnde by hla firm. NATI' i.NAI. HANK tip' C i M KltCK, Toledo. II. Hall' t'atarrh Cure l taken m-crn-ully. acting direciiy upon the blood and mucniia aorfurc of the yitem. Teetlmoniul -nt free. Price T.i cenia Take Hall Family Pill for ioi.s'.I-pa'.ion. Ifl BIRTH RATE IS A GOOD 1111 Speaker at London Meeting Looks Forward With Cheer fulness to Further Decrease In English Babies. London. Iier. ii. Piriklngly con trndlctory opinion were expTesmed at a recent meeting of Ihe Itoval Hern iary lnttiile concerning whether the threatened decrease of bnble. a a leeult of the war, should he regarded u a calamity or a blessing. The auhjoet 1lciised wa labeled. "The Natioiinl nnd Social Aspect of the Lowered Kill rt Kate." Honie ol the speaker demanded that toe gov ernmcnt should tnke the mniter in hand and ilo everv thing poieohle to encourage nnd popularize m.ilernltv nher though II should In- stiii...: they were un a nilnonu held lhal the fewer bablo born, for eojie tioc t' come at leas., the better II Woilltl be for the lotintry. Two sp.'akcis may te tiled as repi' hciiI.uiv e ot thee diverKent Mew Sir John t'o kbtirn urged Ihe nrro of grenler Inducement to t'ttee the biithtule Vuterntiy he s.iol. n n Involved ton heavy a tux on lh pool er cluMo. He would have the gov ernment prov hie nonuee on a liberal settle lor maternity and mak u ub-etaliti.-U redtlctiott In the lm omc tu' lor each chilj born. "We need " he declared, "to revive Ihe incdi.i' V a. Mew which regarded Kteriluv ax a .cut se." Iiy. Hunlop boldly took the Mathu slnn view. He looked forward, he de i lured, w ith i neerfulne to a further reduction of the birth rale. The en couragement of "parental pi tdcine' among the poor wa urgently needed tit the prcHcnt moment. He foietob. a Sertoli rixe In the death lute and great poverty In the next year or tw"'. and It the thoughtful ciciitific people were so blind thai thev did not Meik on, it would be un be't.r lor 'nanv ilnlilien that they had never been horn. The only hope of '.voiding great hurdxhlp In the tltt few vear.i after the war wa by a very Mtarp fall In the birth rate now PLANS BEGUN BY ORGANIZED BASEBALL FOR 1916 SEASON (ConUtim-iil from Pao One.) anme will he true of the St. Louis American." aald he. Mr. Hlnclalr uld ha had no Inten tion of ariiuirlng any connection with the Ht. Loula American. Phil Hull loday telegraphs 1 Fielder Jone to come to Ht. I. on I it or.ee to lake up the tank of reorifiil'litlng Ihe Ht, Loula American. Mr. Hull said Jone would have absolute charge of the task It waa staled by Hull, St"c! nnd Hlnclalr that there I no narecnienf among Nittlomil league owner to bar player who Jumped tu the Feibu ls from II. e Nutinuul league: that Kcinf and Lee Mil gee will be sold ti tnel hluhcst bidder: that the New Tl: led-; Till pink ha been leased by st tclurl to h holding companv coiiooed of N.ttli tin I nnd American lengii.. lire '-. or, ami that F.d (.winner, owner ot the I'lllRhurgh I'l'delllls. i sllll lie';.. lulling for the t'levclnnd An cle not ROSWELL M010RISTS WARNED NOT TO SPEED BRITISH GRANGE 0P1NEQN5 0 Oil E THING, ANY WAY WAR PRODUCES NEW SURGICAL BRILLIANCIES ( Assoc -fated Pies I 'orr- spoiiclcncc. I . London. Iec. 1S. A - new arm Mtump lm bi'i-n grafted upon the body of a Uritisli oilber. who )ot both arm In a-tion and came back recent. ly with a group of exi hanged pnJ"ti i r from lierionnv. 1 1 : h arms wcte ampuiated o close to 'tie xhoiildi-r ax to leitvc no stump. one of the tnoxt brilll.int or l.i.n.' don' sutgeon Iihn now built out a new xtiimp to which a-i artificial ntrn nuii be attached He lid thix b ink ing ollt a piece ,tf botle from lb- lil- tli'titv -i unci cutting a llap of skin Irnm hi body. Muxclc were attucb e. to the bones, xo thill 11 Hlump iiiiii be guloeil. ' Itoswell. X M . I'eo. C3. - '.toxwe,' motorist have been warned by Un police department to limit the.r speed within the cltv limit to the nxii.ii !' nub an hour and to cut this- I I" ai Intersec tion of sireet.-c 'I I. i y .ib-ni- warned to signal before tuiiiin. i orrierx Merited White Liniment a si'letidid app.p Kt'.on for Sole Throat, tl'ol.l on the Lung t'roup uml Fuin In I ha fhe-.. Saturate n piece of tlannel cloth with the Litnmnt nnd u ua a planer. It I very peiietiat ing. and effective. Pru'ei r.'.c. .'i"c ami S 1 .00. otweil Inug l.'o., exclusive Hgcnu. Xup Xub suuinoo dssij) uiojj noX e dn sjis Xbui sunijoj y 6 'pui Suiujoui jnoX sb JUT jodllll SB S JI U3 JQ J ' ;py!ssT?Dn 3ABij r.oX jiun spjse jaded mcA" Xb uoq REJOICING CAUSED BY 1 CORONATION AMNESTY PROCLAIMED IN KOREA nvititv r. sim i nt tiwvs m.h: AMI IlKWIl; KM I I HI. I.oul. Iec S3 Hairy F S'lt clulr, the Oklahoma ,, tmiguitie. own Hennle KaulT, oitlfieldi r, and l.i-e M.ig.-e, ec olid baseman, both slat on tho llrooklyu Fedetul leiim li- caxon, it wa h .li ned here to. lav. The ttifoi ni.ition i iime from .Mr Hiuciair htmsell. who now place :he pl.ivir on the market. II had hei n tho understand 114 thai KiiufT and Mutter belonged to tin Ward, owner of Ihe Hrooklyi i- Till. .Mr. Hinclalr ald. however, 'lint In ariiired the twu pluycrn Ihi winter ' I have them for sale." ho said. "Thev tan be had hv the Ht. I.o.tls Ainericnrik If Phil Hull want to , .11 v the price. It Ik md ;eep. a ouxitlet 111 . , the dim of pin vet Involved." HUSH I Ml Hill loit M l II M l' Ol' I I 111 It M, l l.M It- t'hli ngo. Iiec. S3. -There are embt v four player under contrai l lo lub. whb-h were member of the Federal league nnd tilrciidv bi.lx f"i foiiv of Ihein have been llcide bv American unci Nuttoiial league 1 mux uccorcling to J.inii'i A. Oiltnore :-nd t liarles VV'ceithman, who retiitnecl to il from the ica-e incline, ,tt I'ln cllinali. The Federal league nwm-r-cxi'Oi t to have to curry comparativelv fi-vv contract Minor lenitae club who h have lainix on player who left thiir n.i kx for Ihe Federal will lie give,, ,,.,.- iiiiuty to buy the men who tail to fun! place m tlie majors, no 01 din.. I 1 Mr. litlmore. In a few- of lbee c axe It tx posiuble the owners ol til Federal league will have to xupplv part of ti, ntrict salaries lual for the pluverx will be goit.c: oil llll V-llltol. t x cHpCclcil Su to) as kto.vvri c.oii'- has I ec-n uri iuued e arid e.,.rtx tl.at Killtf. M.lgei alol oi net c alll-.ol had been aWardcl to - team 1. 1 another w-t.- d'-liicd. Ml Vv, eflllnatl llixisled today that lo A Oll.l be., lb. I'. lb ,e-.e x..i.-.-. lote and elxew he t till! Illele .. 111' It III the ileal. lltV Oflb lalN l-.ll.IV cotlfell'.il Willi Mr H crultrnau teg tiding a new -rox-tow n stie.-t 1 11 lm.. wbi'-b will lolillict the VV, xt x. le. wbi-le Ilo I'ui.x alcv.cvx have ..i,il, with toe H't .1,1 .1 1 ii ,, ,.11 t lo .Veil b Ilo I ' .v lo- I I be 11 .1 111. M I- U . . k- Ii t l-.t III III' l.lt,lllll I'l ' I it I n lie to be I II ox " who will 111.11, .ii.- : !o- tiatll. W.cx lol.l ol Ilo- new dccel--.-101 t.lx at Ihe hos.,lal lo-te be I- fe- oietiim It. .to in o.c ra: .011, t.111 w.i. to.t allow, d to dix' u- In- pi. in oi next ci-lit. To fed strong, have good npnitite and diKc-tion, f.i,,j xoitndlv and 111 Joy life, uxo 1 1 11 1 ,1 . . , k lllood Ititlctx. the family hVHli-m Ionic Price. SI.1"'. Mr ai.d Mt M M.i id-l w ill .c . .v'ataida- lor ' ' 1 1 1 1 , x. taef.- t .spend ill bob. lavs vi'll llo-ii 10 lo w AiioiM Malicl.-.l. and b:x e l . i.-l lb. .ill, I , T.nk. Phone 16S M) Central Trotter Grocery Let us have youf order for the best of everything in the Grocery lins: Fruit Cake, Plum Pudding. Mince Meat, Layer Raisins, Loose Raisins, Good Grapes, Large Red Apples, Nice Oranges, Fine Grapefruit, lots of Candy of all kinds fiom 20c np, Nice Large Bananas, California Sweet Spuds, Very Fine Head Let tuee, Cauliflower, Fresh Tomatoes, Fine Celery, Cran berries. In fact, I believe you will make no mistake by giving me your order. Price and Quality of Goods are Correct. Nothing letter. v t i i-r ougn i rotter J -win ii'. i "'. ... -.. ! ""..II III,,.,,, 1C0 fl .l7 I M Vl. llll til Vtlll 1 JUM1U HM n ti .-xr-saayt.tagiia: irl liUn I BjUaTWfJSI Army Men Thought Women Masseurs in Hospitals Were Doubtful Experiment at First but They Like 'em Now London, 1 t)i 3 Thf MiaHruiur ( .rin Mr. uml Mr A I tin rir I'aKi't iitttrtfl wilh fifty (ih iiiIm-ih .it ihi- ' Kihitiiiu "t ihf Vkitr him lu'Wi nrrt'aHiMl to '''. all nl whom aip wtfnn. Th" ul' h -if w iii if ii nuif H'ii th in mi lit r )ifitlitli u.ih i triii titit in tiii- lit'UHi nititc Ly muhy utiry li.t-n iih a iuit f U I .MM-nrrn-iit. lint ki i-Ilh li nt hitM i lia..t t h U nrl j.f I r.naii. w.- i n t h:il t h' v.'irl:u irinrial tiouitalt ii. a l-.t d, uml ii II ( lUi woitntlftl , Hi il 4.f iiiaHii. i nn h.H'f lr ;il-. iih nt. ? : jd, h viMiiriu ill- liohiit.tUj Ilic i ul n iiiiii thi in it ii t c miiK.HUM' und i-Um tin ,i ij i.i ii iiM'iiiri nt thi inal I 'III i I in)f , l ili'i 1 1 It' lllii Hh - K' IIIH - ( t lllllt'N, OM-IIH fli 1 tlC ll'("i' u.lnii fft ' r.tdutiit tnHt unit vnrlo'iH KimlM of t I'.iiutux ImiM ii up hiif! rit-d j. i itt it nnd put 111- into nt! "iihiwl itipfiibi in. Aftrr n fi-w la k tiii ii y, ho onu- un i ud Im nv.i uiih ilit-ir own ii'4-l. ( ik in n 1 o i he i nlui K'nii nl of t h VSi-lk ol I hp i.iiH a (all tl'iH n i- stit lor in i r' taaf-ft'iu an ' ' i uiii) tu fcliow ii-rt ifli .ilfH tr Mil oiuiti'ii m u(Im ot m.!idfc(f ot lin-j t' Ul tl iililOK illhll'HIO. j l.mjy A.xninlir I'nui-'. h.f lumu'd in (lit r 'i I'm h r J.niMl'Xi .tii tib . ii. ' whtltr it hMlltltril ofltriTH iitnl n. II 1 1 i , i t r at nn nt dull). I .Void. K"n;i. Nov. 11- TIm mmtI.iI roi iin.it inn .in in inly iim-.iiiihm tiv KlllM tO VOHhlllltO It'tH ' tlUM 'l oii- Kuli'i ,i Me n ji'i'iiiK in Koi-a, cr-)i-i i.il y .iinonie the iclativ.w uml frnnii if Hill II tl tioic. of U 111 llll tMIOMI benefit l the ,tMiif4ty. In llu- Mcoiil I'Mcun jilotic, uhii h i tiiitatnw onlv inn li iiriMoni-r.t. mil of the total uf 1 . r 7 H lAi-r cltto-r ii,inl"in l or h.ol their fenU n 'M ciiininiiti il. -SEVERE PUNISHMENT Of Mrs. Qappell, cf Fife Years' Slonduij, ReLeved by CarJuL For tiny Iti Itinera of ihe Kkin, for in raxhe. chap, pimpb , etc., tt-v Nk I loim'a atori-a tilnlmeiit. Li'-.- at till dtug Looking for a job? Herald Want Ad. Try a Ml. Airy. N. C Mrs. Ssunh M. Cltap- riell ol 11ns town. My. "I millcrcil f i ivc ycart with womanly troubles, aKo lon'aci troubleji, and my piiinsipncnl was nn. re thm any one could tell. I trie I most every kind ul nicdkii.e, but noni did me any good. I read one day about Cardul, the wo rnn'i tonic, and I decided to trv It I had not akrn but a'.out fix bottles until I was au-.ittst cured. It did me more rood than all the oilier medicines I hud un:d, put together. A'y Irieids bean asking me why I looked o well, and I told lliem aooul Cardui. Se eral are now tagiitK it." Do you, lady reader, aufler from any ut me ailments utie 10 wi;maiiiy irotihle, auch as headache, backache, Eidc.iclie, jlreplessncis, and that everlantiiijily tucd Iceling? II o. let u urce you to Rive Cardul a trial. We lecl conlideiil it will help you, just at It has a million other women in ll.c past halt century. Hejjin taking Cardul to-day. You won't regret It. All dunii. i H'ritt i, ClKttanoota M.dirln C , tacti -diejr, DM . C.l.'iii T.i.n . I .v ,x M,,-of or. yc.ui t. ai.c 64 tn,ulc ' Hc;r. liuu&aUiM Wuaiak,' ut auua winn, H C.IIK ' Growth .an Success The steady growth that has characterized the business of this bank ever since its estab lishment thirty-seven years ago is the best possible proof of the successful manner in which it protects and serves its depositors' best interests. It is the largest bank in New Mexico and Arizona. Whether your banking busi ness is large or small you are entitled to the best banking service, and you will receive it at this bank. First NalionalBank Vujntul and Httrphtx, If a If a Million i I K I ! 1 1 I ATSOU & GOr.lPANY Too Busy To Say t.luch MODMi l 51,00 1 1 1 $60.00 h) I - . l-M Fountain Pens Conklin's and Vaferman's Enough 3aid. PRICES $2.50 tog 1 2.00 Rough Nock Sweaters THE CLASSY KIND $7, $8 and $10 Wool Sport Goafs A CLEAN 25 discount on eveiy one. THEY'RE SPLENDID GIFTS Desirable (Sickle Plate House Ware Casseroles Coffee Percolators 3i m 3 va is E'g Sets Tea Sets Trays Chafing Dishes Going at Discount Sporting Goods Footballs Basketballs Striking Bags Boxing Gloves Boys' Boxing Gloves 22-RIFLES $2.00 UP Fflatson&Co. Tho Gifl Store -c. , r