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Milk has bean utevr in ih S.ilt
River valley thte wlntr than ,.r lv
Tore. arord!na; to W C. Dawes. irn
prlotor of the Valley Pride ctanit
Ho Is hMTteg much trouble la securing
milk ftr Ms customers, tout during
the last u-w warm days t uiu"
has tightly iucreaseti.
Things are looking a little better
lion-' said Mr Dawes th. morning
"Cows need less feed la warm weain
er and they are giving more tulltc,
though there is no more feed than
there -was. The reason for tho scar
city of milk that has prevailed all
winter Is the scarcity of feed.
"At the present moment I couldn't
get Into my buggy and drive to a good
piece of feed. Our alfalfa fields have
been Kept fed off very closely this
winter. Pasture for milch cows :s
selling for four, five ad even six dol
lars a month. Few dairymen are pay
Ing under five and most of them are
foedine hay. bad hay at that. The
cows are not giving more than halt
as much milk as they should. In a
srrcat many cases.
"It keeps me rustling among the
farmers to get enough milk for ray
creamery. Under present conditions
It Is hard to persuade any of them to
milk cows. Though there Is much
profit in the dairy business when feed
Is plentiful, theie is not a great deal
of money In it when you can't get
enough to feed your cows and pay
ey-Mnt prices for what you do get
"Condltions here are abnormal this
wlntor. As I said, however, they are
growing better and It will not be long
before the dairymen are making their I
usual profits. If the present warm u,e notne instead of the church. Ex-
weather continues it will start green cet 1or the nmited number of people
feed and there will bo no further .present, the surroundings of the wed-
(Tucsod Citizen t should f.nd tracob of them for ever)
1 u ospdltlon composed of Albert' bit of wreckage running down the Ool'
Cwdjllb. W li Chilton and four orado lands on the west bank went
oi..c rs who are to make a search down uniiv
th- Colorado for the tnls'slng Lord ' '
Osboni lieaucierk of Sussex, England, " " "" i f7
started on its perilous Journey down the most e&periuneed person to make,n OB httlnes,
the river toda) . trip dewn the great river in a row
The expedition which left today In u wUhot power fros Yuma to the'
R. L. Van Dusen loft this artenston
for Tucson on business.
Mrs. Edgar Therapson left tor t'l
I'aso this monster; to visit.
CoL D. it Jetaaon loft for El FbJPO
and oliiar nmtmnt points this unfit-
a power boat wmca nau been char
tered for that purpose and which car
ries auxiliary sails and is 35 feet long.
The Margery, a lCfoot power boat,
the property of A. Owen Garrett of
Yuma was carried lashed to tho deck
of the largor boat, the Ruth.
gulf and there is small doubt In my
mind that their boat was wrecked. It
is always posa.ble. though that they
may have gotten through In tome
w-ay and started to explore Tlburou
Isle. Now, I am not one of thoso
Ben StHted is bade from MMfti)
where he has been buying onUts) JW
the last two months.
A. K. Camptoll Is In tke 1
day from tho Dragoons where
Interested In mining.
Fritz Kohlmeyer returned from Nn-
(HAPPY COUPLE WILL
NEW YORK, Jan. 2C The wedding
-f Mos Dlanche Oelrlchs, youngor
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles N.
Oelrtcns. and Leonard N Thomas of
Philadelphia took place in the apart
menu of the bride's parents In Park
avenue today. Archbishop Farley
had granted, a special dispensation, al
lowing the ceremony to take place at
worry on that score."
Wanted, a few more boarders; all
home cooking Mrs. Hall. Clawson
dine were on a splendid scale. The
spacious drawing rooms wer? superb
Early this morning Mgr. Michael I
Lavellc, who performed the ceremony.
Better stir up your liver a little! Not too
much, just a little, just enough to start th
w s tin ,, mucn, jum a iinic, just
JL KJLLI JLJb U&B bile nicely. One of Aycr's Tills at bedtime
is all you need. These pills act directly on
AA umir Jodcr if lie krsnti c Idler the Hvcr. Made for the treatment of con-
tU for a ilgeah lucr. Then foltoa stipaticn, biliousness, dyspepsia, sici-bcad-
kiiaddce. ra- ,f , a'Ve. Sld for over 60 years.
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3 lb. Cans 55c
5 lb. Cans 90c
10 lb. Cans 51.80
Strictly Fresh Ranch Eggs, Supsrlor to any on the market, per
dozen - 53
Prilrle Rose Creamery Butter lb . 50c
Cloverdale Process Butter, per lb 40c
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celebrated high mass, the congrega
tion consisting of the party which
asembled later at the wedding.
The mariage ceremony was per
r,.mi tn front of a temporary altar
vriA nt .Ann ami ctt the drawing I
vri.. roi1ia vn nf wasntnc-i me true iucis uu iiui wmiaui uic
An artlo'e In tho 151 Paso Herald
this morning occasioned amusement
in Douglas. This article Is relative
to tho formation of a Cactus Belt
Leaguo and speaks for itself. It
Jumps to the conclusion that the
teams of this section would gladly en
ter Into a National agreement, and
tnn M-n. "Miss Oelrlchs maid of honor.
There were no bridesmaids, but lit
tle Miss Cathleen Vandcrbllt. daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Vander
bllt. and Charles Martin, the brides
Wllm S IHtt was Mr. Thomas's there is a strong feeling against such
t,ot ,nnn nn.i the ushers weroia move. Clae D would be the beet
The smaller boat will be used as a 'cannibal' shoutors. and I do not bo-
tender and for Investigating shoals lleve that tho island contains any
whero danger of grounding tho Ruth danger to human life on that score,
would bo great but I do believe that a majority of
It has been stated that inrestlga- tho white men who go thero do not
tlons have been under way for near- return.
ly a month and that It Is finally u-- 'Wo are carrying Provisions and ....
elded by the relatives and friends of sunnlies for thrp mnnfh. nrt ,. t cozan lms morning to auene. n. rneet-
A PLAN THATjtho tnlslng men that they havo either ootrrse. eplenlDa .our stock at La lns ot tlMJ E1 Van cPPer Mlalng oem-uadi-.
rn out I raet wlth death or serious accident. Paz or Guaymas on very short notice. PanT.
4e (,ot.uvuvv x uunuuiiv. vn ,, v uu tuinciviiL lunus to remain i "
known In Yuma as not only the son of away a year if necessary, and I can!
tho wealthiest man In Yuma, but ns truthfully say that we will not re- Samuel Warr, secretary of the Y.
a well known hunter and Intrepid ex- turn until we have definitely stab- M. C. A., left for El Paso tkls morn-
plorer was selected to lead the water Ushed whether or not Ijord Deauclerk Ing on business connected with that
expedition. and Alberton Pike are dead or alive, orcanlzatlon
Leaving Yuma tho Ruth will sail "There Is always the additional
down the coast of Lower California, possibility that they havo landed'
and after touching at La Paz will go somewhere along the west coast of
directly to Guaymas, where It Is Sonora and lost their way as did the
hoped that some information of the Grlndell party, which left Ulsbce a
explorers may be met. Should this few years ago, and was later found Inl
plan fall for any reason, thoy will a pitiful condition by a searching
then proceed to the mouth of the Col- party. The country where the hunt
orado river, searching diligently mean- Ing is best Is rough and It Is extreme
while for any trace ot the missing ly difficult to locate on's self there. I
men. have been through that sectiou an
It is understood horc that a land nually for ten years now and believe
party will be sent out from Yuma and I know every foot of the way."
tnat this land party will be met at tre
theory. When Mr. Harbuck arrives
In Douglas, Illsbee and Cananea he
will not find his work so msy as the!"10"1" f e river.
Herald anticipates. Here at least
Charles and Harry Oelrlchs, O'DonneU
selln. James Barnes. William Port.
Adolph Ilorlo and T. Markoe Robin
son. rru 1..1. i- nna f tin mAot intnr.
est'ng young women In New York and "" "tand for that sort
Newport society, and her dark style "t ball, being educated up to better,
of beauty has attracted much atten- and the loague Idea will fall flat
that could be offered in the baseball
line, and this entails a salary list so
low that plajer.s of the Douglas and
Cananea type would be Impossible.
tion She Is found of outdoor sports
aud plays a dashing game of tenuis.
She is the youngest daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Oelrlchs, and Is a sister of
Mrs. Peter D. Martin, who is noted for
her beauty and Harry E. Olerlchg.
Mr. Thooiaa. the bridegroom. Is a
son of the late George C Thomas,
who was a member of the banking
The Herald article Is as follows
"With the arrival of F. Harbuck,
scout for the Shreveport. La., base
ball club of tho Texas league, the
first step In the proposed organiza
tion of baseball in the southwest will
be taken. Harbuck is expected to . -
firm of Drexel. Morgan and company rjve hore before the first of Februan
of Philadelphia Ho was graduatea from shrev, and ho wI then
from Yale In 191. and has been nu . , ,. , ,
attache of the Legation of the United ,ak u-' the PPOed ln of organ!
States In Madrid and the Embassy In ln a chuw D league la the southwest
Rome. with the men who are at the head of
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas. It is under baseball In the different cities ot the
stood, will spend their honeymoon la southwest.
California. They will return W time
Ia, !.. a U Aan A. XTAu.-
lKrt. where Mr. Thomas has rented n'ttm- Tucson.
Quarterfoli," one of the finest cot
tages on Narragansett avenue.
DISCUSS FOREST DESTRUCTION
M. C. SPIRES
Under new management.
Tourists, travellers mining
men and cattlemen are ex
tended a cordial invitation.
Best dinning room service
Kl Faeo, Douglas'. Cananea, Globe
and other cities in the cactus coun
try are being considered as possible
locations for teams in the league? an.
Harbuck has already taken up the
r,.i . nu.r i,r . t . -nu mtter of the formation of the leagjr
PHILADELPHIA. Pa., Jan. 26. The . ,. .. ,, . . . . v
annual convention of he Pennsyl- w,th th Ntl oeition of base
vanla Retail Lumber Dealers' asso- b"u Jws, of which J. H. FarreU.
elation began in thte city today, with rf Auburn. N. Y.. is secretary Should
headquarters at the Hotel Walton, the organisation of the southwestern
President S. C Creasy, of Btooraburg. league be perfected. Harbuck will
. i fe-...c....B w orur. rragm probably take a prominent part in its
operation. He is aaxlous to get the
Should nelthPr party find trace of
Lord Roauclerk and his Canadian
friend thoy will then combine their
forces atidy go direct to TIburon Island
and search' there for news of the miss
ing men. as it is believed that the
pr cipal cause of their trip down the
river was to explore the mysteries ot
this ill-famed island.
"We will find them If they are on
top of earth." said Albert Gawdolfo,
yesterday, 'if they proceed down the
Colorado and arrived surely at the
mouth ot the river they should not bo
hard to locate. If they wero wrecked
In a coss-urrent or on concealed
A Skin of Beauty Is a Joy Forever.
. T. Fsllx Gouraud'a Orlsntat
Cream or Magical Beautlfler.
Wm. Noel of the Four Ear ranefc Is
In town for a few dajs. Ho r poets
Mrs. Neel quite recovered from a re
cent attack of chlckenpox.
W. H. Brophy came down from Big
bee this morning to attend the In
ternational Land and Improvement
company's meeting which slietild
have been held today.
Remove Tafl. riisplM,
reckleu Motti I'ttcheu.
IUab, and bktn Dle?L.
ii ud tm ten , necteu wttn
tf.TaX&.'E: which he Is
R. Castanado, engineer eu the
Southern Pacific at Nacozarl, eanie
oteZtr.n?u in on today's train on business eou-
SaOIWlim. l , , 1,1, tha Tl TTo nl.. In
li prcperly mv:
len cf 'iBilaf
uis. Pr. L. A.
svt. t&ld to a
t , potitcci for his health
Al Jf IM1.B
wiu use umij
J. 13. Burton of Oklahoma, who has
been in this city for the past ten days
left this morning for
El Paso. He visited tho IJchtville
Cearn.ri'. rrrrnii1 ibt hut Mn"?u tu settlement while here, and expresied
w. w .v-u.-u iitiu p-nara,ion " r rale by all aroCTift ftod r ancr- u:i n.An i -- i tu . i-
roc'" as I strongly suspect, then the oo uViir oterfeis.tjea,uu..d.!i Emope. himself as well pleased with 'h cr
land narty working down from Yuma lBXf H0t'Jv Pxt. VPtali.-" P KiiU mate.
rates and forest destruction art) tbe
tirinelnal noeatlons in Iia iHmrumAcu
during the three days' session. ,Kl Pa franchise and Gny Colgate.
o ' associate ot his in the Texas
HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENTS league, is anxious to purchase th-
Globe franchise for $10,000, It Is said.
ST. AUGUSTINE. Fla.. Jan. 26. ' "The surplus players of the teams
The International League for High- in .he TaB !? win ,, .,ni
way Improvements, which was organ
teed a year ago, began its first an
BEAUTY IN JEWELRY
is not a question of cost, but of taste.
You'll appreciate this when you come
to price our lockets, rings, brooches
and trinkets of all klncs. Nor need
you worry about the quality. Wo han
dle reliable Jewelry only and you can
depend absolutely on our guarantee.
The beauty you can Judge for your
self DuBlLY& PHELPS
The Leading Jewelers
Jakob Sen mid Building.
Not One Woman
Out of a Hundred
will rter cKioje bad to ordi
nary vanilla, when the hu
TKere'i si cuch d.!ference
in the strencih act Savor of
Burnett' Vanilla and the
chup, common kiods, cs there
it between pcre, rich ice cream
tnd the tlcn, woe!: csrssterch
M&iys insist on gclts-g
Yoti aillhioe tetter
desserts if yoa do.
the various teams in the Cactus
league, should It be organized. This
is the plan proiiosed by Harbuck la
a letter to E. E. Neff, whom he sug
gests as president of the tentative
league. Leon I. Kahn. manager of
the Shreveport club. Is al3o expected
to arrive here to look over the situa
tion with a view ot assisting Harbuck
in getting the league established.
E. E. Neff, who has teen travel
ing through the southwest on a two
weeks' business trip, has been talk
ing baseball between tlmos and says
that the baseball leaders In the dif
ferent cities are Interested in the
league and wish further information
regarding Its composition. It ia prob
able that Harbuck and Kahn will
make a tour of the cnrtna holt vsMlo
they are In El Paso, to got a direct
lino on the prospects for such a
HAS NEW BENZINE BUGGY.
!(&& zk&r9 Main Street "(3g$(gk
M9S& The Waist Sale
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OF THE FIRST CloALITY IS OUR MOTTO. AMEMI
CAN LUMP IS THE ONLY KIND THAT GOES INTO
OUR WAGONS. IT PAYS TO BUY OUR BRAND; NO
SLATE; NO WASTE.
OAK AND JUNIPER WOOD, ANY LENGTH?
CHUNKS FOR GRATES AND HEATERS.
PROMPT DELIVERY; FULL WEIGHT.
MOORE PEL & FEED CO., BISBEE, LOWELL, WABREN
B ?10. L-102
Yesterday S. W. French bought o
j. R. Pirtle Co. a now Cadillac ma
chine of tho 1310 modeL This auto
mobile is one of the very prettiest
ever brought to Douglas
This commny is doing a good bus'
ess In tlw sale of automobiles, hsr
'.ir the a-saacv tor the Cadillac for all
ot Arisoaa but three counties, all of
New Mexico, western Texas, Chlhtia-
btf an-l Cw- ' ""Ico The Uti I
operatio- - ' 'If- In El r--;
It the V. -r.- ra-qpaar Ths i
men Flipped In three car loads of
machines last week, ten of them be
ing sold and delivered In Chihuahua
... , r, Jo'- fj-o filtv
id iu T-cson last v.rek.
Mr. Pirtle has two machines on
hand here, both of tthlch are being
tried ty prospective purchasers. The
business of Mexico demanded that
Mr. Pirtle make EI Paso his distrib
uting point for all of his territory.
Tho automobile Is the only vehicle
for tho long stretches of couiitry to
be covered In this, southland, and the
Cadillac seems to be especially good
for our roads.
New styles in Lingerie and
Tailored Waists, Bewitchingly,
Waists actually worth $1.50 to 2.00
As New York, sets the fashion in Lingerie and Tail
ored Waists, this season is authoritatively illustrated by
the handsome displa in one ot our large show windows.
A'discriminating choice by our buyer among the prettiest
creations of leading makers has brought the handsomest
styles this season at "THE FAIR" if has ever been our
privilege to show at such a small cvst They represent
some very recent purchases, by which we made consider
able savings. Every Waist in this offer is a spicand span
new Spring style, absolutely new, fresh, crisp and CM ir
elean, $1.50, 1.75, and 2.00 waists your choice forv '"O
The regular prices quoted above is a conservative es
timate of the time xzorth of these Waists, in fact, they're
the prices zee intended to sell them for, but zee received a
letter from Mr. Frankenberg ro':o is nozo in Ne:v York,
t'4 instruction to place them on sale at oice ff- $1,Z.
'J lure arc various nezv styles i't Lingerie effects oj Lmcr.s,
Batiste and Mulls, handsome nexv tailored models of linen,
plain xvhite and striped madras. Choose carejully from
this roui a-nd you're likely to g-f n tccW zvnrth hxi'c the
pr.ee, Lt i:u- at .-Midoni and .. u'r; ;,ure to nuuw u sav
ing zcorlh zchile, regular $10 $1.75 and $2,00 zcaists, at
The Newest and Prettiest Spring Styles
r?rrz4r T3 9 '95