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Albuquerque evening herald. (Albuquerque, N.M.) 1911-1914, October 11, 1912, Image 2

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JLimmtMfn moat auuip, raxMT, omtm u, m.
TIIK I'ltlZn
Stewart Base Burner
OKI? THAT IfM'XOT nfaKtf
i:xc;m,i:i.
RAABE & J AUGER
11MI7 NOUTII l'lHOT HTUKCT.
- i '
hi in. i'. ii if mint In thi' ilr. The In
to 'I mix In fairly good riinillilun ftr
I i iriK. iiui the outer gardens were
I'-.inii ii ml were' very slippi r
'I'Im hulling order:
If unl New York
H .! p Tchm-iiii
' -Iv e. Meyers
Hi Merkle
rh. 2I Doyle
"'"i" r nil Ilcrzog
' 'l r )f DeVore,
i if Murray
v ifi" r Hit Fletcher
l ! r cf HnndgrnH
Til- total fiim allotted to the pluy-
m already mure tlinn J10C.0OO
t- r Mm- three guim-i iiliiycil, iim
i.imHih 1 1 aT.O'JO odd fur the entlro
'ban- last year. Thi' players' shorn
I- i flr4l game here wiih HO.SOh.
Ti-mi-hii ami Meyers were atinnune
' :ik tiMilorlid for N-w York; Wood
l,r. .illy for IPlHtOh.
l ini'iri. ItiKli-r went behind Urn
I i-i., l iiiplro Hviiiih went tu left lii-lil,
I Minn- Isli-in to right lli-lii, nml I'm.
1-ln o Loiigbllii look core of ilur-lidou
on 1iiii-h.
TIIK MI-: 14V I.N.VINfiS.
First fnnliKf.
Koniiiii The Ami Mill pld-hiii wiih
a strike which gave tn crowd a
i linni-i- In i-li-i-r. Hooper singled over
ftifoml iifur having iin-n hulls uml
two strikes' culled mi Jtlm. Yerkes
hunted Dim hull am) Meyers picked It
up nml throw wildly out kwoihI, try
log to rnleh loijn-r. Hooper wan
lii'M at second. AVI Id Hooper oil hoc
oml ami Yerkes on first Hid Huston
crowd liirni-il loom, a louii cheer.
l Blushes
For the Tape- !
Measure
Suit
No matter whnt you
pay, you pay too
much. Why will
men take their
clothes on trust when
they can see what
they are contracting:
for, on them, in u
mirror, all made and
ready?
And made by such
great tailor experts
as Stein-Blooh. You
run no chances here.
Stein-Bloch label is
a golden seal in the
clothing world.
Try on a suit before
onr mfrrors today.
Suits.... 8 to $30
Overcoats fliS to $30
'm-P HHPw WWW
. v i . HSlUiV-
"Ht' Mffiffijrtt&M
Economy
Ranges and Heaters
WK IlMJOTIIATR
"MYSTIC STEWART"
A !OIKltATK I'lllCKII ItANOE
OP KXCUITIO.VAI, Qt'AldTl'
AND IlIifUTV.
J
4
Vrrk'-K w an
KIM- h. r
Iniln w ho
by thi"iriK
look third
(i i il at mciiiii when
r-mniliT ami thro to
oiiij.li'lui! It noilhlr' plliy
,-.iikt-r out nrHl, Hooper
.tl llu- iiluy. Fletcher
Ihirw .iii t w . iii llmt. No niiii-. onu
nit oni- i-rrm
Vi V-irk - Wood t-iii-i-il thi- llrnt
liull mi r l--r ii ulrlki- on Iiim.h- Ih-voti-
fmirii-il. Ooylo ulnwli-ii in luft.
IiipjIi- wait forced at m-ioml wlmn
(iiiiiiiMT i-i'ik HnudxraKH' Kromidc-r
ami thimt in Vi-rki'M. HnoilniiiHi uim
i-aiiKlil nipi-lMK at Hint, Wil ' Sl.ilil
No nun', oiiii hit, no (irrorn.
Si.-i-oihI IiiiiIiik.
lloHlon - Uiiriliii-r i r - . i Imik lilt
lo i-i-nii-r for thriii1 tuiM.i. un a wild
Mti'h Jiiriln-r h'-orml. Muiil khiiI up
a hlKh lly which lloyln niiiKht. Threo
Ni'W York iiIIi'Iiith an- now waririlnw
ti f. In Urn hai k lliilo. WiiKiivr Hind to
HnodKniKn. nnly nirmk out. Onn
run, mo, hit. no rrom.
Nmv York Murray utruck onl.
Thri'i, IimIIh m-tvid Mf did not offi-r
at any of ihi-tn. Mi-rklo ulnulcil to
rlnlit iifli-r Inning Iwo hlrlknif nillcil
mi lit f n. Mi-rMr nlnli- Hucntid. :udy'M
throw wiih widn mnl hlnli. Iter.oR
i-nl Mil, Vi'rki-H to Htahl. iMnrkln
took I Mini on tin- jilny. .Mi-ynrn llli-d
in I.i-.mh who jinlKfil thn ball l.nlly
.un! ntil i-inmht It oy IfiipltiK Into thi
ail. No ruim, onu hid no error.
Third liuiliijf.
lluHlon Thi New York crowd kiiv'
.Inn Wood a nn-iit liund iih ho wi-nt to
thn (ilato. Wood xIiikIimI to rlvtht.
lloi.inr Malki-il to llmt on four whin
hallN. Wood wiih (urt-t-d at tnlril wln-ti
Tt-Kii-ini took Yi-rktiV Kroniiili-r and
llimw lo Her ok. Doylo lliri-w out
Miii-aki-r at llrHt, loon r iiiUuiicIiik to
third mm Yi-rki-H In hi-i-miiI, I.owIh
wa thrown out at Hint, l-'lntrhM' to
Murkh'. No r ii iim. one hit, no i-riom.
N'-'' "York -l-'h ti-hi-r wmit ut.
Wood to i'tnlil. Ti-ii'i-mi Ntrin-k out on
thri-ii iillrhi-il IiiiIIn. Iinvmu out, (lard
hit lo Miahl. No nmv, no IiIIh, no i-r.
rum.
round Inning.
IIokIoii - iliinlin i walld-il an T -tn-ini
wan ullHli-ady anil 1011I1I mil loi nl,. tin;
Plato. (Imiltii-r iih fiiri-cil at hi-coiiiI
whi'ii 'J'i-nr i-ii ii took Stithl'H urouiidi-r
mid torHi-d II to l-'U-ti hi r Htahl Hlolo
xi-rollil, Mivi-Ih' throw hulIlK Wldn.
WiiKUi-r uiih out mi a Krottiiili r to
.Murkh' iiiiiikhIhIi'iI. .Sluhl look third
Ui Ho- iiluy. Htahl mon-il on 'inly'M
lilt I. i-ii FU-tchi.-r rould not Inti'f-i-ni.
Wouil Mind out to .Muiiaj. una
run, inn. hit, no nrrom.
Ni-w York--Hoy In out, Yi-rki-.i to
Ma il YiTktiH miidi a ui-ti i-l.iy on
liuyln'H mIow lioiinilcr. snoiit(riia
Hlrink out. WiiiiiI'ii I'lirvi-H vrrii bu-vMlil.-rniK
and nir'il li-rilll' .Murruy
Mtrurk out for t ho m-cuml tliui- and
tin- Ni-w York crowd not up mill
i Inn id Wood. No ruiiH, no lulu, no
i.-rrorK.
l'lftli liinliii;.
Ilimliin lluopor Hied to Murray
who look thi' hall on thi' ''oiicrcti
wall with IIh kIuvimI Iih ml Tin i-mud
vw wild over tin' iiit' h. Yi-iki-H idiot
a hot xliiKlf to lefi Yirln-H nun fore
cil at Hiti'otiil ulirn I li-rnK took npi-if
ker'H Krouudi-r .Hid thri'U to Doyle.
Hpeukei Man out Mteallnit, Meyorn to
Doylo. No i huh, one lilt, no orror.
Now York "Merklu va out. WitK
tier to Htahl. Wanner took tlio Unt
lir'H Kriuindcr Jiwt "Vor iwcond plato
and Hindu a IlKutulns throw to lint.
JlenuK lnled to rUlit, Htahl tiolnif
only nAilo to knock down tho hull.
Muyor truok out on thruo pliclmd
balli. Kli'tcher wum out -whon WaBnir
took hla lilt over nucund ami throw
out ut (1wt by un vycliuh. No rum,
ona hit, mi urrom.
Klxlli Iiinlnjt.
lionton l.ewln mruek out. Oard
tier Hunt a IiIkIi foul to IIitxhk. Htahl
funned. Thlx uiih thn find ImiliiK
that the TJltoii'n didn't make a lilt
off Tvarcuu. No runii. No IiIIh. Mi
trrom.
New York Tereuil HlllBlcd to
left. DeMiro K"t un Infield hit, tlm
ball lilt Wood and bounced Into foul
territory. Tt'ereuu went to nccond.
Doyle went up a hluh fl to Yerktu.
Devon" wiih forced ut necond whon
Yerkt-H took HnodKruM'M groundrr
and threw to Wuancr. Teirto- went
to third on thu pUy lo Wuitner. Te
rcau went to third on Dtuy. Hnod-
arni won out on Murrny'a mah to
Yerkfc, who thrw to Wnanor. no
run. Two hit;. No errr,
tlorcntli inning.
Ponton Woicner truck out. Cudy
truck out. Of Uiq umt Ilvn men to
foeu Toirenu four struck out. Wood
filed to Murray. No run. Ho
wo error,,
New York Merkle struck out.
.Iltrnoa Bjntflvd rt Wnnor. My-
Ura iUoA) to Rpcttker. HonioR. acurcd
on jrioicnera oouuia 10 viwnu
Comtek went tp tbp hat for Tearnuu.
F!tcher was At. tho Plata when
,Ytrbes took McCjonnlck' grounder
Ijand-thMW to Cdy, yio touched th!th uvlutlon bualnfaaonnd whotJiaol
New York shortwop ua he alld to thu knowledge, aklil and the nervo
-1T atf.VTifty urn tiv nu u-1
T - p,'ft't 0n rUn T,,W
No' error.
ICtjtlitli Innlmr.
lioatun Th amuh of McPormlck'ii
counU kM m. hit Inonmuch n ho nd
vanced Wetchiir to third bnm. irietch-
er wan out. on trylnpr in utenl home.
Am.' went Irttflf th box for New
York. T-
Hooper ent a high fly to Fletcher,
l-'b t' her threw out Ynrke at Unit.
Hpeaker Kot a double to left. Lewi
went on'. Fletcher to Morkle. No
run. 'un- hit. No errors.
New York -Devore out, Wnftner to
Htahl. Wnxni-r tnndo another won
derful Htop mid throw. Doylo filed
to Hooper. W miner mnde an error
on HnodKnicH' mi ixh and 'the! runner
wn nnfi- at flrt Murray ilntileii to
left, HnodxnifiH n k Hfcnnd. ft wo
tho hit iiinl run j . t -1 Mi-rkle fanned.
No, run, tin" hii fin., error.
Nlntli luiilui;.
lloHlon (Jnrdiu-r r.tiKied to center,
Htiihl HdirllluMl, Am- to Merklo.
Inriliif-r took hm-oiiiI h.ik win un
(deady and Wjki' r W.iiker to
lint. WaKiicr win. (oroii .it Hioond
when Klutnlii-r took r.on iioundor
and ion5..d It to Doylf. to r -. r..-r wont
lo third on the play. 'I.ipIm. i 10 ored
on Wood' ilnxlo to tlxht, .! Hiking
third. Hooper llli-d to pin-.-lnrarn.
Oho run, twoihltn, no orrom.
New YorkWli-rxox tiled to Hjiwiker.
Meyer fouled out to udy. Ki. t t.- r
popped to Htahl. No run ,no IiIIh i.-
error,
AtUilclAIICO HtAtlAlluM.
New York, Oet. II. The national
'oiiitnlnHlon' figure for attendance
mid receipt "t today' Kiitne were-
P.il-' tendunr. 2.r.oi!. , Tolal re
eclplH, ' l tut f rriiiirii'"
Hlou'8 Hi . , .i .'i. I'luyeri'
xhiire, 1 1 1.-11 7.70. KiK-h i-lub'H Hh.in-,
f 1.1, 7 US. U2.
MOTORCYCLIST HURT
A. V,. Ileaudette, one ot the n
trie in the mx-miiI inoioreyeli
racu ut thu fair uroumlH thin nf
ternoon, jrei'U'U -. a bud nplll
whi. rouhdlnir '- turn on thn
track, "if la hot known hown
how HurlouHfy llnuduttn U Injur
ed. He ha In en taken to Ht.
Jom-pIi'm Hiinlfnrluin for un ex-
atnlnatlon. Thu machine wuh
reduced to junk.
4
flilncsj O'lctirflte War.
l'eklnc. tut. ,11. The ahfilvcriuiry
of the chlneie revolution ltiiri(f cel.
ebrnted with xrent rejolrlnj? In Pe
klUK and other Important eltlr.
A n ptlon held by 1'renldent Ydnn
.-'hi Kill today wiih atleiideil by all Him
iiotuMi-H ex' ept Hie MiitKnu prince
Turkey lli-ltatc.
I'.iHh. 'lit. II. -The final niiKOlla
IIoiih for peace between Turkey and
Italy him- been iP-luyed by Hie henl
1 1 1 1 1 1 of Turkey, nayn a dlHpaleh fiom
Home to Hie TempH. Hilly Iiiih fixed
."iituriho iih a limit after whli-li i
limy break off UeKollalloiiH.
Here Ih a woman who HpeakM frori
perNMial kliowleiluo and loin; ex
perience, vl.., Mry l. II. Hroitmi, of
WIIkmi, I'a., who Miyn: "I know I ruin
experience Hint I'hamberlalli'H 'our,li
Itemed) Ih far Hoperlor to any other.
I 'or croup their In nothing th.it ex-i-i-Im
It." l-'or hiiIi- by all ilriiKulHtM.
Adv.
(Conllnueil from pnuo one)
tlllli- Hie IhlllKH that Hhoilbl be done
to lliuke the lonlrK.ilire perfn-t for
fllKhtf Heiii-lu-y, uheii iikm-ioIiIIiiK
IiIm biiimn-, miiIiI i-ry few wordn and
thi'i'M Hoim-what of a wet blanknt
llV'I'l' llliV lIltllllHlllHll blH IINHlxtlintH
mlubt liaxe fi r miIi-in for liltu white
In the air.
The l-'riim-lH blplnm- Ih pfobablv
the liirKcxl craft 1 1 1 1 1 k hiicc i-mh fully
today. It Ih !1K feet ..ii; ami tilde In
ptopiirlloll. l-'rmiclH Iiiih been flylllK
In Hie machine nlnie the 'nil day of
May IiihI, when he Hew acroHH the
hay from Han I'mm in n to Oakland
and delivered hh-hc-iki- to I'lillamler
('. Knox. While on HiIh notable
rilnlil, l-'ranr-iH wiih loHt In the foK
and for l n inlmitiH wiih O.UOII feet
IiIkIi omt Oo.it Inland, iih the r rdn
of xovi-rnineiit ratiKe finder proved.
THI" HprltiK. l-'riini'lH played an Im
portant part In the hnttlcH between
the IIi-iIh and the HIui-h, Htaxeit by
leKiilarH and iiuurdHHien on the Pa
cific roimt. I'ranclH took part In the
atiack and protect uatuu and rendered
mich efficient Hervlco In the fllxhtH
that he wan offered a communion iih
lieutenant In tho lierlal ddpurtmctit of
the tinny. Hitrcpedlnir Aviator Klv.
He hn prurtlciilly decided to arcept
tho offer, and In fact now hold the
lluutitniicy
KranclH Ih a young; man, 20 yearn
old, and a native mm. He ha been
mukliiK fllKht for two yearn and
tho miicbliin In which he will make
fllxhtn at the fair here huh built
under hi own direction. The cruft
Ih a Mxty-horHc power affair uml e
peclally coiiHtriicled tu fly In high
illlltudcH. lleHlili-H the aviator Kran
clH' machine can carry with earn un
iiditlllonul w light or 250 pound.
Provided the weather Ih favorable on
Hittiirday afternoon Kranol will par
Hclpate In a motorcycle race around
the hulf-mllit truck. Ho believe he
can win ugiiliiMt any motorcycle rider
In town. The nvlutnr declared that
lm would play to the grand Htnnd
only while flying here, believing that
the pcoplo who pay tho fair iifFoclu
Hon to Hen tho flight Hhould he. the
one to benoflt by hi manuevur In
thu ulr. Ha will do the Nplrul glide
and n number of other ncnHiitlonul
atunt. but not Httempt to pull off
uny deatlt defying fuat. I'rancl
made, lit lat flight In Douglas,
Wyo. Ilo ww In Denver preparing to
fill date for thn Curium people there
when qrderud 'Jo, r.uincv at unce to 1.
huaucniue. 1'niiicln baa hud unuHiml
huoco In flying In uiuuntaln alti
tude. He iHliiblUhcd a record In
OoldflelU, Nuvuda, on July i tant by
flying 3,fioo feet Into the ulr, tho ele
vation at floldfleld being 0,000 ft. '
Altogether, thero I every rwton-to
believe that In Krancl thw fair (uwo
cbitlon ha u man who will jiucom
fully carry out the ochedule arranged
. r l.tncolii Uoachey, , PratlcU 1m
pree everybody with whom ho
conica lit contact M a JSiuh who-knoWiri
win llliowicugn, Klil BJiq inn nervo
ttn dBr""r tQ Wllt-M0ifttl fljghta.
hits.
AVIATORFRAKGIS
Another Attractive List
cials
COTTON BLANKETS.
Ten quarter full bed
iize, 85a value. Special 59c
LADIES' SHIRTS.
Flannel, Pecay and
Madras Shirts in stripes
or solid colors, with de
tachable French collar;
$1.75 value. Special
each 99c
Last Day
SERGE & MESSALINE
DB ESSES.
Your choice of Serge
or Messalinc Dresses in
desirable styles and col
ors; $10 value. Fair week
special $5.95
NUT SETS.
Including one cracker
'tiid six picks; 75o value.
Fair week special. . . .39c
PEROXIDE.
Hydro Peroxide in
4-oz. bottles. Fair week
necial 7c
EPSOM SALTS.
Fair week special per
pound 8o
TZT
Murder uu( HtuYldo.
I.ewlKiot., Mont. Ocl. 11. Jos. .Sea
man, a well known ranch owtinr, near
Windham. not and killed Frank
Smith and .i.fn at their homo near
Unit plitie lie then turned the gun
on J 1 1 ii i m i r i i..i iiiud Inniiintly. '!'!
Hllootlng In mi. I to have hcu the re
unit of long htiK-itloir between .Sijiiman
and .Smith
PROSPERITY OF ALL
(Continued from rage One.)
producing Hint- in Htu Union. At the
prcHcnl time m u..ol production New
Mexico HtnmlH about third, but un
doubtedly within the near future New
Mexico will tnke front rank In thi
particular. The u.,o growcrn of New
Mexico have mi it.voHtinetit In tdiccp
and equipment ( about $20,000,000.
In fact, tho xhi-i i- industry u'onu of
tho immt Import. tut f not tho must
Important or iim tndUHtrle of
fuc iimki-H It of wtiil Importance that
tho tute. Thin fuel make
It of vital iiiiHirtunco that the
people of Huh Hut whall thor
oughly undcmtuuil tho tariff upon
wool and Uh relation to wool grow-
SPECIAL PHOTO OFFER
Aa a tpeciui bid for your con
sideration ami a continuance, of
your vnluable patronage, tho
Krlxon Htudlo, US Mouth Heo-
t. onu atreet, iiuuouncea u peclal
orror itiut will bo ruvenlod to
you upon the preaontutlon of
tho coupon printed below. Cut
out and pri-Hi-nt ut studio. Do
If now,
MMITtill TIM 13 COUPON.
jtlpon prenintatlon at tho
l-jruon HtuutoH, lis. & Hec
md fltrect, beurer a.ontltliid
to an extra apvclal value.
OUT T1IIH OUTJ
to Wind Up the Last
f Fair Week
oi
LADIES' COATS.
Splendid Black Coats
with wide lapel, trimmed
with fancy braid and
large buttons, excellent,
$8.50 value. Special $4.95
MEN'S SHIRTS.
Golf Shirts pleated or
plain bosom; stripe or fig
ured patterns; $1.50 val
ue. Special 95c
of the Regular Fair Week Specials
JEWELRY
Assortment No. 1.
Fanoy novelties such as
Candle Sticks, Picture
Frames, Paper Knives,
Ink Stands, Ash Trays,
etc., worth to $2.00; Fair
week special 59c
JEWELRY.
Assortment No. 2.
Stick Pins, Tie Clasps,
Bracelets, Clooks, Mesh
Bags, Safety Watch
Chains, etc, worth $1.50.
Fair, week speqial, . 29p
Rosenwald's
er. For anything win-li hIiuII Im
pair the tlNi flllncRM of the Hheep 111
diiHtry in New Mexico will bring ca
lamliv ami ruin Into uliiioHt every
oihnr indtiHtry. TIiIh Ih not a mutter
to tie decided alone by the wool grow
er. For Hie prosperity which he
luiugH to the Hlate reacheu lii somu
uieamtre to every flreldo.
Thn duty on wool at tho preent
time Ih eleven ccnta per pound. Hut
that doe not mean u protection to
the wool grower"of eleven cent a
pound, beciiiiKit of the fuel that wool
uh now Imported nhrlnkn In Ncourlng
about one-tinlf of whnt dnmeHtle wool
nhrlnk. Therefore tho actual pro
tecllnn derived by tho wool grower
from Hid lurlff riingcH from four to
nix oen in pur pound.
The Democratfc party I endenvor
trig to convince the peopbi in entern
cltlc. where wool growing doe not
obtain, that till duly upon wool
place a heavy burden upon tho peo
ple by a greut IncreiiHe In thu prlco
of cloth. Thin Hlntemeut munt bu
branded a mttllcloun. For onu who
known enough about the tariff on
wool to talk Intelligently about It,
underututida that the duty upon wool
only Incnmic the price, of a twenty-
five dollar Httlt of clothe from twenty
to forty rent, depending on thu grude
of Hie wool.
Take for example un average all
wool Htilt of clothe which I aold by
the atoro a til or by thu tailor at
H0 and we, find that tho wool grow
era' aharu In thin Hult even with thu
tariff 1 remarkably nmiill. An aver
age tlxe, medium weight suit of
clothe 1 made from ten pound or
lima of greuted wool. The grower re
ceives for thi ten pound an average
prlco of sixteen or anvonteon cent
per pound. Therefore nil tho wool In
tho Miilt brought tho grower about a
dollar and Ruvcnty cent. Thi In
clude ull tho nut of running hi
aheep a year u welt ua all tho tariff
upon wool, ,i A tho tariff lncreaed
the wool frdtn four to U cents par
pound In price, It cannot thereforci
have Incrcntod tho cost or tho ult
morn than about forty to fifty cent.
If tho wool grower gavo tho wool
freo to the manufacturer It could
only redttco lha price nf a forty-dollar
tilt of clothing oho dollar nnd aevanty
cent. Now the wool grower believes
.with good Tea nor) to auataln huf bei
lief, that If thu duty on wool was re
move!, tho consumer would Bllll payL
it) Mtma prlco tor in auit tnnt no
Paya today.
Wow It la Bommon belief aa a result
of Extra Spe
WRITING PAPER.
Good quality, worth
35c. Special, lb 17o
CROCHET BOWS.
Hand made Crochet
Bows over velvet ribbon;
worth 35c. Special. . .19c
MURINE.
Eye tonic. Special. .39c
CUT GLASS FERN
DISHES.
Genuine Cut Glass Fern
Dishes with Filler and
plateau complete; $7.50
value. Fair week special
fit $3.95
MESSALINE WAISTS.
Big lot in a variety of
rthades, all sizes; $3.50
value. Fair week special
at $1.95
of Dnmocriitlr mlHrepn.'enlatlon, that
tho limn who inauufiicturcH the wool
Into cloth I rcHpmiHlhlc for tho high
prlco if clothing. Thi I not correct,
To innko an iiverngu uiiiu'h huII three
and three-elgliHiM yiirdH of elolh are
reitllred. And thlH pure wool cloth
I sold by tho miinufacturer ut from
elKhly-flvo cent to u dollar and hcv-
eiitj-tlv intH per yard. My Judg-
miitit Ih that mi an average the manu
facturer iIiich not riculvii for nil thu
cloth In a Miilt more than five dullara
nml forty cctitH. Ill profit upon 'i
yard of cloth raiigeH from three cenlH
to fifteen cent, depending upon till)
MUallty of thu cloth. Ho (hat anyone
who underHtiindn tho fuel cannot
lilnino thu mnnufacturer for tho high
price of clothing. We have built up
In thu country tho mioU expenHlvo
dlMtrlbutlng yteni In tho world, and
It I HiIh Hytiun that get nineteen
dollar and nlxty centu out of the
twenty-five dollar Hull of clothes.
It I this nineteen dollar nml nlxty
cent that Hhould bo nttacked lnnteud
of thu five dollar apd forty cent
which goe to the manufacturer and
the wool grower combined. The tar
iff upon wool can only reach (hu mutt
who grow tho wool nnd the man
who makes the wool Into cloth. Thu
middlemen are not affected by It, In
other word, If all the cloth that I
lined In thU country wa Imported It
would first fall Into thu hand of thu
jobbers or thu purlin who today nro
receiving II9.IS0 from this ti! suit.
Under fruo trudu tho consumer could
not Import his clothing, b'omcono
would Import It for him.
Had the Democratic bill, which
was vetoed by tha president, become
u law by'tho last session of congrus,
tho prlco of ull wool n the United
Mate would hnvo fallen from threo
to five, cents per pound, depending on
tho gradii of wopl, Thi would have
meant that tho westnrn won) grower
would have been unable to compete
with tho wool grower of Australia
nnd ftouth America and would there
fore hnvo ipjlt tho sheep buslnes.
The tnrlff board clearly demonstrated
that wool Is grown In Australia for
eleven cent a pound lets than In thu
eleven western states of this country,
ftuch n condition means that In thu
absence or a projective tariff wool
growing must bo abandoned In the
Uhlted Httitea. In fact, tho Demo
cratic way and mean Committee,
when tttoy presented their wool bill
In congress last A prill aubmftud a
report In whlllr they stated that tho
passage of their bill would Increase
X
Day
DANDERINE.
Special 19.c
SLOAN'S LINIMENT.
Special 19o
CHAMBERLAIN'S
COUGH CURE.
Special 19c
HORLICK'S MALTED
MILK.
50c size. Special 39c
SEIDLITZ POWDERS
Fair week special per
dozen 15c
BORAX.
Fair week special per
pound 15-J
4711 SOAP.
Wortli 25c cake. Fair
week special, box of 3
cakes 49o
GLYCERINE SOAP.
Jergen's Glycerine Soap
worth 10c cake. Fair week
pecial, cake 5c
thu Imports of wool over the preHimt
Import by one hundred mid nlnely
million poiindH. Thin could only
menu that one hundred ami ninety
million poiindH of American wool
would have I u dlHplaeed under HiIh
bill. A part of tlilH dlHpliiceil wool
would have come from tho Hlato of
New Mexico.
Ah we have before said, wool grow.
Intr Ih one of the great IndiiMrle of
thi Htate and In the prexeni cam
paign the vital Ihhiio to be determined
Ih: Hhall we protect and maintain thU
IndUHtry or Minll wo destroy It by tar
iff reduction? Thin Ih the Ihhiic. Your
people tniiHt determine on November
6th. And tho wisdom with which
they make HiIh determination will de
ride whether or not your Htate Ih to
continue an a primperoiiH and happy
commonwealth.
Now pkjr. Oat .Meal jno
New pkir. iaii Oiko Hour. . I no
Nmv nkje. Wlimt Meat i.io
Nt-w pkg. Iluclnvlicflt Flour .V
Nmv rat Mackerel, enrh. , . . tile
fiullou Kurti Hyrui ,in0
H gallon Karo Hyrnp rui
2 llw. Karo Syrup mo
lli)K' and OlrlH Kcliool HhIh;
7 Bo valu, at ni.
11o)h' ami (Jlrl' KcIuhiI HutH
IRr In O.lo
Itoyn' and filrls Kwcutcr
vw .Vic to
WtUo Tut'H 5lk Stveutcr. . ..'JSo
Men'H $1.0(1 Sweater, Kptc-
ll at 50o
Mint's Hwivitcr .kiiiin.
0o to W.7.
Ixt iih hIiiivv you our lino of
iH-ouUful 'wtM for .MIhw uml
Ixidlf. W rnn huvo j-ou money
on t)lcw Umt uro up to iho nilii.
utc.
Wo aro netting morn of Uui
city's fthoo IiiInIiicnh ami would
llkn to mIkw you vvlNn- wo can
xvii yo iilM'tler Iwth In quality
and prlct'.
AT DOLDE'S
t Your Dollar Buys Moni
Mall OpiIam Un.n,tjt -
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