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ALBUQUERQUE EVElfUft HERALD, SATURDAY DECEMBER 9,. Mil.
ALBUQUERQUE EVENtNO HERALD
(SuocoMor to TrlbuM Cltls.)
A lUCl'imt.JOAN NHWMArMR4
MY Till. HI'.KAIill ftWUHIWH OO,
IMtlillhlKil !tcry firiM
Knmlny Ml 1HI1I 2rKa
strui, AlliHijiMritii If. M.
March 7, Itll. ( lb MtfHoMiw Ml
.Mrmqarrqw, .V. M., Mfer Ibe Act at
March 8, tNT.
hit Ki.iltfll l.j- mMI,.,, M crnt
Ono inolilli lijf r-mH-? crftM
lino 3 fur by utH,.., ,.. . ....,3s.
0k fnr by wrrk. . . . , .t. . . .H.W
i'- Hf Hi'dit, a farmer otiil it tiirm -h.
r of Ui vnlro uf jurymen drawn
I" t'y (ho IndjclcJ merit pnekrr nt
ln-nnjii un ttrvn to renin whwi
ii Hum i nriininit mo wirus uxcu
In tin lnillctntrnts,,nnd ho finally
was (-xouicil from service on tlio Jury,
Here, lnuil, U a new IckhI cam
lillcfltion mid tma which iitcrlt our
limlunt nmt rarncit attention. The
words thnt put Mr, Scott tiara tin
omhut vero "Intendment, untrain
felled ntid ootid W twice."
A IJrltUh political ttudent who hnt
In t'li In thin country fur ubout thfra
v' ickfi declares thnt tlio trouble with
the United Btaten In thnt wn never
have eduruled n olus to svvern. He
um thnt whnt we need nro trained
illiiloniiiU, statesman nnd rulers
ftjfh ha they nlwnya Imvo hod In
Kngluiiil until somii one about the
Dim) of John lUilmoiid put tlio klbonh
on tlio veto power of the Itouso uf
lint, cnroliiR tlio snmo Una of real
onlns; out In tho ciia&4Hbar, why
Khouldn'l wo liava n regular weekly
upelllnn heo for professional Jurors.
Thy should ho taught tho mean
ing of such slmnlo word ah "Intend
mi'iit, tintruiiimrled mid connivance.'
Kuril iRiioriinco lit liiexrunublo In
IIumi iluys or eiillRhtrnment. Mr.
Hrtitt Ik a runner nnd doubtless much
of III llnio Is takitn up with potato
bus nnd other fnunnt sutclc, but
Mill ho should Imvo brvn uble to find
it fuv houm durlnir tho lourr winter
evonlum whvn tho putup U frtctlue
n ml thn woodpilo In running low to
Improvo hl education.
Hut It I not ntimu for Mr, Koott,
I lie juror, whoso (Knoriuieo forbndo
lilin srrvlnc nt I lie. trial of men such
n n Slimm. Armour, Hwlft, at nl., that
Vio miint btusll.
Think of the attorney who drew up
those lmllcti!icti! ft man supposedly
IrarJUil In tho Inw. An ordinary
hard working farmer, with nothing
but tho Chit-ngn American, tho Ul
limtmc, IaiIik'cIIiWs poem nnd 1 the
works of Hlmlteipearo with which to
ttWun u knotvlcdffa of higher etlucn
tlon, may bo expected to Blip n cor
or no when suddenly Und without
warning confronted by audi words as
"Intendment," etc. Mr, Bcott shouti!
not bo censured. 11c did tho best
ho could, nnd ho doubtless will be
Hln n systutnnllu study of tho diction
nr iin soon us ho Rets home, know
luff Hint tho next Unit ho Is called
Into court ho may bo confronted with
tho snmo wontH, whereas uny possible
knowledRo of whnt n hoR Is worth
nnd uliul It costs him to produce ouo
could nut possibly bn of scrvlco to
In tn in the Irlsl of a meat pucker.
Hut let us not bo misted from tho
natural trend of thought In thin case.
What kind of u lawyer In in charge
of thoso ciiaew whrn tho best he can
proijucc In 111 it way of unusual Mux
Itnh in "Intendment," "untramtuelted"
Iion't ho know any tatln, wo rlsa
to ask' Can't hn put nomcthlng Into
on Idictrnvnt that Is tha real Roads
unci that oven u. prifior of dead 1uh
KUoecs would havo to ponder over for
n whtlo beforo promwly "elucldatltiKT
Ctui it bo that alonff with our ioh
'4tulnii, our district MhotrfiA our
ytnn of overnn:nt, our 'diplo
mats, our nrmjv nul' navy and all the
rvm ut our mlsHt guvernmcnt, tho
nobis profesidoH of tho law Has ato
fiono Into thn discard
Most any old kind of u district at
torney could do better than that
few years ego. The Idea l ridiculous
thot an Indictment of a mcro inrnt
purkcr could not bo better worded.
It in thn intendment of this edi
torial to untruinmcl tho entira con-iiivnnce.
jstitutlon of Mndero nnd tho Inaugur
ation of Madero'a pollclrN.
It would bo Interesting, doubllc-,
to bo el.no enough to lleyes and un
derslhud Ills views well enough to
fully comprehend whnt makes a mnn
of his years nnd ills wldo expcrlcnco
undertnko so hmuirdoun n task ns n
le-oomiuest of Mexico.
flit'iiM lleyes succeed In foment
Iiik n revolution, overthrowing Mo
dern, Knlnlng tho ntcendHncy In Xtex
eo nnd restoring order there, ho has
but a faw brief years to fill tho posi
tion, for ho Is nn old mnn -nnd very
old, as the world moves today.
If tin believes, sincerely and hon
estly, that Mexico Is cnltjng to him
to wrest It from chaos, ho Is proving
a blcuer pntrlot nnd a broader man
than ho hits ever appeared In his
Ions; career under IHux.
If Iteyes Is fighting or preparing
txi fight, whnt does ho expect to do?
If there Is to bo another revolu-
tfo'n In Mexico, tho country Is to bo
pitted. Knough Is a-plenty even of
I'lt AMINO A Itr.VOI.UTIO.Y.
Ocnvrnl Iteyes. reported sick at his
homo in Han Antonio, Tesan, is now
Mdniltttdly flvi'lfff siunewhero to
ftlirt nnolhcr revolution In Mexico
It Is Indeed an unpleasant and
thanktfeks job this fomenting a revo
lution, but from times Immemorial a
certain cllentelo of scrittcmen have
ilevntctl tho host yvnr of their lives
amural Iteyes Is said to bo a very
uartliXM, H-HjIeWIng, mlllmry sort of
i pcrsommf. but likewise tho general
Is o4d Rg kM hf If I whlto. Thtra
U Mttl cause to Wonder when u.
j'oung wm wai4'Haks herculean
tsk and faces axwvo porlls bwu
1o H jTouiW wwm tho wald mreirenl
Jhtt UtwtM mvmlmt Hv4 rnUny
H.L aaauM Mm lagaaa iM ftUI
w ytmm RWk c J.'
WI J 1M)NT UN I KHerTAN 1 1.
Thn nnvy department has announc
ed that thn Mnino wns blown up by
outsldo explosion, which In turn ex
ploded the battleship's tungaxlnc.
Wo do not umlerntiiiid tho necesplty
nor tlio usn of probing tho Mnino
disaster at this lata date. The war
has been fought, llullcts and yellow
fever have dom their work mostly
yellow fever, and Cuba Is free.
At tho tlmii the Matno was blown
up congress declared war on tho as
sumption thnt tho ship had been de
stroyed by a Hpnlnsh mine. If con
gress ncted unwisely or niu'do a mis
take It Is past th time for finding It
Hut to those, be thero nny, to
whom tho news that tho Mnino was
blown up from without will bring
either comfort or Joy, wo recommend
n perusal of tho navy department's
It doubtless confirms the fact that
tho war with Him In was fought wise
ly nnd well, but It cost n lot of
money to build that coffer dam
which might Just as well havo gone
Into tho pension fund for tho widows
and orphnns loft by tho w'ur.
Thero Is ono thing sure the Maine
was blown up.
nnd vet s.'iti. i-iiidi- sny thnt New
Maxim n-'Hir - t. Miniti'd
Tho Commoner this weeK assure
us thnt 'Mr. Ilrn linntnl a lnNiti
from tho WreuU of ih I'rius Joitehlin.
Hut I'U't thnt a r wxpniiilvo
way of cdiiautltiK Mr Ihwn '
Wo mist l lift I Oeneml lteuK is
snfn nnd umiliil nnd luu n Intclillnn
of Jumping liTo ball hut soinehow wa
enn't help thinking of tho fate of Itcd
A Ocrmnu n viator has iniiili- n new
record by remfllnhiK In the uir for
four hours nnd twenty-thrra minutes.
Tho record Is for nrropliiiiu. how
evert end not politics.
Whether the Maine wns blown up
from within or without, she was very
effectually blown up; the wnr Is over,
nnd what's the use?
If tho Irrigation congress will only
flood this fair land with water a It
has with talk, nil necessity for Its
continued cxistente wilt havo censed.
Two footpads held up n couple of
printers employed on tho Itonwell
Morning Now. They didn't get n
I'lnuhot, following the precedent
set by Theodore. Is tnlktnK about con
nervation In Alaska.
WHAT Till; ItlVKIW CAItltY,
KNcotutArn: Tin:- i.ycku.u.
Thn Itedpath lycoum course, tho
first entertainment uf which Is soon
to bo given In this ctty, deserves tho
warm support of tho people of Albu-
Tho Influence of the lyceum In cul
tivating a brottd culture und a re
fined r.ml exalted tasto on tho part
of -thovMhr hwrlJWjionii of tl.o
most potent forcen for good In Amer
ican life. As an Institution for In
tellectual Advancement It has taken
Its place alongside tho library nnd
tho school, with both of which it U
Tho courso offered to tho Albu-
iucriiio public this winter Is u most
excellent one. Lecturers und enter
tainers of untlonul celebrity and of
tha highest merit will he brought to
tho city. In every way tho offerings
ur most attractive to peoplu of civ
I.et Athuo,uero,uo show her appre
ciation of tho opportunities offered
her by giving u liberal patronage li
Tho governor of Houth Carolina ad-
dreaaod tlio contereucu In Iiaittmore
yesterday on tho subject of Immigra
tion. Am to whether tho governor of
North Carolina was present depon
ent sAlth not, but If ho was It Is
KHfo to a su in it thnt somthlnsr wns
also n Id about lrrlgtlon.
Tha xllcgud ltvylstas ImprUoned In
Kl l'ae who appealed to Kenator Ifi-
Koltette and Kpcaker Clark to secure
their release should remember that,
whtlo talk ham often gotten mn
into JaII, Instances aro raro when It
ban gotten him out.
It Is Just as well to renU'inber that
union tabor will be n vital force In
American llfo long utter tho names
of tho MoXamuras and Harrison
flrny Otis have ceased to iirouwi any
rccollactlon of their existence.
If H Is going to bo made n test of
nmn'artsaMMto servo oh a Jury thnt
ho shall understand ull tho tomfool
nhritooloHy. of nn Indlotment, wo riu
upvTlg-ht uop and move tliul tho sys
tem bo abolished,
Tho rnlnTstcr of th Hy aro re-
tiurstod to rofro'n for whllo from
roferrn In their sermono to tho fact
that Heaven Is paved wth ttold. It
is n plii4ijM(mn(lcr that Albimucr
()tio MMfal with anything.
The coi)Ht-STmt K Is progress
ing slowly, Msjltho Itepubllcan can
dlAtH-s havntSTaVten their second
KM, wj-tto may yet be glad tid
ings of jrreat Joy to Impart.
A blkj(o' was frlghWncd"o badly
by it nlorm in the mountains that It
ran through the streets of J'usadeiiu.
Fwsaena has utwoyn been noted for
I .A. Mtea; Kw Meaico, hn-swf t
" ajr m4kV rev jut 4w
(Nan Krunolsco Chrunlole.)
Colortido river discharges during un
average )eur Into the tlulf uf Cullfor-
lila 33x.0UO.uuu tons of mud and silt
as Mi"iWiiloil matter. In addition to
this dUioU'cd flUbstaices In the "water
inciuito t.330,000 tons of sodium ohlo-
ride, or common wilt; 3,710,000 tons
of Oluuiicr's suits, J.O0U.000 tons of
lime, z.ioo.ooo ton of gyiuiuiti und
4,suo.ooo tons of iSpsom salts. In
spite of all this dlsrolvcd malrrlnl tho
Colorado at Its mouth Is not consider
Ml to bo n. stream of unusually high
mineralization ror that region of tlio
country. Tho reason Is that tho river
also carries so onoruiouann amount of
water that tho dissolved suits consti
tute a comparatively small proportion
of the total dlncharge. Cither streams
In tho country contain dissolved salt
In greater concetilrntloiifor example,
tho Kim fork of tho lied river In Ok
lahoma (Uncharge ncurly 1.3UU,00
tons of common salt annually. Al
though this unioiiut Is not so great as
that dlschargtd hy tho Coloruilo, It
Is much greater In proportion to tho
size of the urea drained. This dis
charge of t-att from the Colorado Id
oiiinl to twenty tons mutually to onoh
uuuru tntlo drained by tlio river, nut
the sutt In tho Kim fork of tho UcdT
river Is eiiual to 1680 tons per M'lara
mini or .irvn iirniueu. rim same river
discharges annually 177,000 tons ol
magnesium chloride, 168,000 tons ot
Kpsom siiltH, nun tons of gypsum and
& 1,000 loos of lime. Thcso quanti
ties, too. are considerably greater than
thimo carried In tho Colorado In pro
portion to tho slxo of tho drainage
The Uelle Kourehe river nt Hello
I'ourehe. H. I)., dlHchurHf lJ,O0U
tons uf gypsum, 70,000 tons of dau
ber's salts nnd 330,000 tuns of Kpsom
KnliH. The mud nnd silt carried In sus
pension hy this river amount to 1 . 100.
000 tons. Milk liver at Havre, Mont.,
discharges unnuully 41,000 tons ot
soda; I'uyetto rlvi- In Idaho dis
charges 10. 000 t.m, salt river ut
Itooeuvelt, Arlx.. discharges 28l,Q0U
tons or salt and 170.000 tons of Kp
som salts, and the Hlu Uruiiil dls
churges 3ts;00i) tons of lime and 388.
ooo ton of (llauber's salts.
RAILHOAOINQ IN WAR TIME
Joneral Urentillo M. Uoilgo, piosl-
(ut of tho Heclety of tho Army ot
tho Tettnt'stiHi, was UlkliiK ono Mo-
morlHl dny In Council iniih nuout
rallrcwdlng, says the MlattvapolU
"Tim bust piece of milroad work I
ovtr heard ot," ho said, "was perform-
? In m In MarylsHd. Tho Con
fe4eratos wcro In K'at Hod uf a loco.
HiuUvo, and ( hulr only hopo wns lo
capture otto. Ko a aniall band of men
Km selected from IjCoh army ami
pUtratt mulcr tho comiHAnd ot u lull
Ce&rK-lnn, who hail booh foreman of
a quarry and know a Kod deal nbuitt
derricks nnd rlKRlrsg.
"Well, tho acorglait look hla inon
Into .Mttrylaml, tlioy tore tip u sec
tion of I ho llaltlmoro & Ohio trncka,
tlaKRod tho Hret train, and, with noth
ing but roim, drHKKod u Uieomutlvo 07
nillcs up hills. aqroi slrcunis, throueli
wooas nnd Hwatuim, tin tlioy strucK n
lino built by tho Confederacy.
"When tho nroaldont, of tho Iinltl
morn At Ohio heard of tills feat lio
would nut bcllcro It Ho wont out
nnd porstmiilly InniHiied tlio route,
nnd ho snld on hht return thnt It
whm tho most womloitui lwcO of en-
glneorlns that hud ever been nccom-
lUlMht'd. After tlio war n t-oni ror
tho lull (lunrKlan nnd, oh 1)0 trnugth
of that nno oxplolt nm4o hlw road
master of tho wliolo Ilalllrmwo & Ohio
"'Any nmti. Mr. (JarrMt said 'who
con nick Up a tocnmatlyft,wUh fish
Ibr Iibcb bikI carry K mer a moun
tain has pnel Ma trMft aorvlco rxnm.
I-Hntlon with mc"
Doan'a Rwtct cro couvtlpatlon,
tonn tho Mixwar.w, tmul;ite tho llvr,
promoto lisWvw and nppetlto and
easy iiiM"T of tho bowels, Ask
your dfiiwiNt for them, SS cents a
4i1 of the lAilhcran
their monthly co
rd, Charles Trim.
'Hi back nt ih iOt
A supper served for X
Is a protection and guarantee
ajfainst aliim which is found in
tine low priced baking powders.
T W en tk Mtf M wimmi iMiyWif
t&JLSiaj attiTiril mr atYftjaaUiiii fU ui IlaJ m wu
take oaly Wand iImwa to h mdw
from CfMM f Twrtr.
50 PER GENT
Census Bureau Issue State
meat Showing Thnt There
Are 50,0000 More Home-
stentls WRtcrcd Now.
, , MILLION ACRES
(irfla! CorreiMtBiIeiiee tn (he Herald)
Washington, U. C, Dec. 9. Director
Durum! of tho bureau of the census,
deportment of commerce and labor. Is.
sued today tho first olllel.il statement
relative to tho statistics nt Irrigation,
In tho united HtMc. collected as (v
part of tho thirteenth census. Tho
statement Is bnsed on n lircllmlrutry
comparative summary submitted by
Dr. I,u Oraud I'owers, chief statistl
pun for tho dlvftlun of turloullum In
too bureau of thp census, under whoso
supervision It wns prepared by It, 1.
Toole, special agent In chnrga of Irri
gation. Tho figures are subject to re
vision After morn, complete tabulation,
but 'it Is miC expected thnt thero will
bo nny material niodlllcutton ot tlio
totnln or percentages reported,
Tho total number of farms Irrigat
ed In 1909 In thn arid and scml-nrld
stutcs, comprising nil or parts nt Art
xniin, California. Colornlo, Idaho, Kan
sas, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada Now
Mexico North Dakota, Oklahoma, Ore.
mm, Houth Dakota, Utah, AVashlngtmi,
Wyoming nnd part of Texas, was 167.
so:', ugulnst 107J10 In 1800, an In-
creuso of 50. ltd, or 48.0 per cent. Do-
tWocn 1809 and 1609 tho wholo num
ber of farms In the states mentioned
Increased 31 3 per cent. Additional
Irrigated farms, tntntlnjt 4.3:0, in tho
rice belt of Arkansas, Louisiana, and
Texas, and S.tiS other, of the humid1
states, most of which wcro truck gar
dens, wcro also reported. Tho total
number of farms on which Irrigation
was practiced In continental United
HtulcN was 1C 1,(10 In 180 nxulmtt
108,318 In 1, nn Increaro of 50,
10S, or 11,9 per cnt.
Tho totnl ncroilto 'irrigated In tho
arid and seini-arW irtntes was 13.739,-
499 acres In 1989, against 7,5:7,860
ncrcn In 1K39, un Increase of 0,211, H9
norcs, or 83 S per cent. In tho rlco
stales 694,710 acre and In tho humid
states 28,919 acres. worn Irrigated In
1909, muklng the total acreage Irri
gated 11. 163, IIS acres In 1909 against
7,S39,S4& acres in ISOff, mi Increase ot
C.B3S,C03 acres, of, SI.S prr vltt. Ill
tho arid nnd so'tnl-artd stales alono
the acrcBKu whloh jtH oitterprlics wcr
cniNiblo of Irrlgat-hsr In 1910 was 19,
335,711 ucrvs, all exoos of 5,399.312
acres over tho erratic Irrigated In,
11)09, Tho area tacluded In projects
I'lther completed or under construe
lion was In tho arid tuid somlarld
states. 31,112,110 ucrcj In 1910. an ox
css of 17.372.C11 mtrcfl over tho ucre
age Irrigated In 1609. Tliei: flgurea
Indicate In a gcrkrat way tho area
which will Ha aynHHbto within tho
next few years for tho extension of
Irrigation, and show that thn urea Ir
rigated In 1309 enn bo moro tlmu
doubled without undertaking new en
terprises. Tha number of Independent enter
prlws reported In l!0 l tho arid and
scmt-arld statoa wa C4,tt0, Thn total
length of ull dltcheri waa 125,615 mllr.
of which S7.J80 mHc wcro In main
canals and ss,2T Hi Men lit lateram.
Tho number of reWo reported wns
6,923, huwiig a rMiMd capectiy of
!2.s73,23& mrcM, Tha number Of
wells fdunptd flf4ttlon was 14.-
OH, and the mMsrixr of all immplnir
nlnnts 13.951. uSttnmtnu capacity of
pumping plantjH Sf7,!l horse1
power. Tlio ttcriM4r irrigaieu wim
pumped water 47,J8 acres.
Flowing wells Httioi water to 125,
Tho total coatikrrHKtlon systems'
reported In tho " and twml.arld
ainlos wits t-t,f,458 tn 19 j,
Against t07.U2,Ml 1 1. nn In
cr of J7,lT,if or 351. 8 per
cent'. The. itjssysprt 9r vera wa
11S.7I 1 1810 am In 1199,
u lnrMM or sbTw. ar 71, S per cent,
Tto aver, iitmjf Mfmian andi
1909. Th cost of ull plants In tho
rlcn slates was J 1 2.577.353, mnkliiK
t3l7,:.:n,sii2 tho total cot of all on
terprlses reporting' In 1910, except
thoso In thn humid states. No' report
was secured on cost ot enterprises In
tho humid states, for tha reason that
witter for Irrigation In thoso states Is
usually obtained from'clt) waterworks
or otiur plants not constructed pri
marily for Irrigation purposes.
Tho acreugo Irrigated U not In thn
urld nnd suml-arld states has been
liamlMcd ncordjng to tho stato and
federal laws under which tho works
wcro hullt nro operated, oh follow;
United states reclamation service (net
of congrosn, Juno 17, 1903), 395,840
acres, or 2.9 per cent of tho total;
ITnltud .Slates Indian sorvleo (various
acta of congress). 172,912 acres, or
1.3 pit cent of the total; Onrey act
(act of congress, August 11, 1K94),
SS8.53J aenn, or 21.1 per cent; Irriga
tion districts, 533,112 acres, or 3.9
per cent; cooperative enterprises,
4,4,039 acre, or 33.8 per cent; com
furelnl enterprises, 1,444,808 acres, or
lo.O per cunt; and Individual and park,
nershlp enterprises, 8,338,401 acres, or
4C.5 per cent.
Tho most striking met hroiiKht out
by these ilgures U tho very largo r
rentage of tho Irrigated nrecngo oper
ated by cooperative, Individual, und
partnership enterprises. Of tho ncrrc
itge Irrlgatml In 1909 about til por cunt
wna controlled by such enterprise, w
elusive ot Irrigation districts, Of tho
remaining Hi per cent about 10 per
rent it lucludol In what havo been
clnssined us commercial enterprises
tnono supply water to parties who
hnvj no interest In tho works. The. 8
per cent left Is divided as follows:
Declamation service, 3 percent; Carey
ml enterprise, 2 per cents and Indian,
rervico, 1 per cent. As thero nro largo
niitcrprlsofl In courso of development
th ngures for 199 do not fully rp
resent tho situation. The figure show,
tng the acreage tho plants wore enpa
bio of IrrlgatiiiK In 1910 give tho rec
lamation service about 4 per cent of
the total, tho Carey net about 0 per
cent of tho total, nnd the Indian serv
ice about 2 pir cent. Of tho acreage
Included In projects, tho reclamation
service shows about 6 per cnt, the
Carey act about 8 per cent, nnd tho
Imilnn service ubout 3 pr cent.
All reclamation nnd Carey act enter
prise and many of tho commercial en
terprise are eventually to becomo co
operative. Classing these with tho
others already under the control of the
wnr inor thero fs less than 10 per
cent of tho acreage irrigated In 1909
served hy enterprises which nro not
now or will not soon lie controlled by
thoso who use tho water.
Tho ucrcago Irrigated In J909ln tho
arid and eml-nrld stntes has teW
cfivslflrd hy sourco of supply, ns ret
low: Htreams supplied 12,910,849
ucres, or 94.2 pr cent of tho tutal;
wells supplied 133,833 acres, or 3.2
per cent; reservoirs supplied 98,193
acres, or P." per cent, hikes supplied
70,038 acres, or 8.5 per centj and
spring supplied 198,188 acres, or I t
A?fI50fK WWRF-riN PKMM.
A ytfhoiuonnl Of for Ms do by n Net?
Thousand aH vr th Tfott
HtatM n tklH alvRts of a gm
rou of ft of tho Ofttham Cowimak.
1161 Broadway, Nw Ywk City, tmak
Ing rcrjitft for k koKutlful t4-k4tl
ftcarf-ptit for l4y or gntmMMi,
which la Rwllod to anyoM ssndtin
nam and axtdreM free Of chv,
Thl offer I mtt to Introdnca
their cotaloxua of g-meral morcimn
dice, household soo4, Jowelry. m
cities, rtr. Readers ot that paper art
requested to a! mmt uh4 i4i
Immediately, MclolM five two-newt
stamps to cover packing- and porta.
0nd toduy and reeeivo without coot
a Idece of iswslry that you wlH bo
You can save money as well as your I
good health by drinking ,
in prefereiice to any other. None more f
pure and wholesome.' Just try it.
Phone 57 or 58, and one of our cour
teous drivers will have it at your door
Southwestern Brewery f
U Ice Company
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SUPERIOR LdlER AND MILL COMPAMY
nd All Your DUDS to Our SUDS
HICK3EKT ANI JIKST IS THE SOUTH WM8T.
THE LAUNDRY OF QUALITY "IMPERIAL"
! Btsi.der and Finishers' Supplies
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