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ALBUQUERQUE
it.
Mr
Iowest tiucks on ymcx
Navajo fenKets
sn:xio.v. and indiajc cumos
Wright's Trading Post, Cor. Third and Gold
ir
it
NVESTIGATION
15
HOME
OF MUCH
AT
n
III nr
unucn
W
COMPLAIN
I
m
SLOW
WORK
IDGE
0
6000 ROADS LOCAL
WILL GET
IHIS EVENING
Important Problems of Better
ment to Be Discussed at
Boosters' Gathering at the
Commercial Club.
Senatorial Commity.cc in Los
Angeles to Look Into Con
ditions in Big- Institution a.
Sawtclle.
It)' l.rnm-il Wltr tu Ittralac Wtni '
!. An- " V't ! . : t k- "
iiwtl nf .ii..it.r 'i ... f i.:'.n '
nl ,N- Mt-xx '.ii Us At t 1
tho Scimlnf ml i t'liuiiisn. m
Uipltfl(d Just before t .ft-
of inn Hint eolirti-w 'i n .-r.
out imi In) i iitid.ii nt ,.t '. :
'llli-r' homo lit
in l. - n. 1. T .-
I I I ll,.i ' H '.' I
I"l
Falling River Makes Ford
More Dangerous and Valley
Residents Grow Rc3tlcss
Qrt? Tardy Progress.
mill n fr
I Ill'IO'll. I
..nil i r ..
in
PUEBLO INDIAN IGETS
THIRTY DAYS IN JAIL
r'haric d with Mil- liit't-ny f f'Ui
tii'tiM, 11 fmiKii r. it iirnili ml 11 ilr
uttlrt, Juiiii ltin iiiniiKiii il ii
lira. JtlilKf 1 ru.K ' l'l '"'in l"da)
mid iK'iiii ni i'il in hi tm 1 ti 1 r ' ilnn It.
Hie iiHIIlt;, Jutl. It- 1 1 jt 11 I'lli'lilu
Indliiii.
PROMINENT CITIZEN OF
TAOS KILLED UNDER
CAPSIZING WOOD WAGON
kil'i'lnl I iirrriiiiilrrr li llir llrrnlil
'I I'lK N l Si.'. I .' I.lli III'. il
ill, 1...' i. r- ..lil, 11 ii mil i! 1 nl ' '11I
III T.l .. i- ililllllltl . hllli il '. Il !
11 I'.i'ii in iln l:li i.i.iikIi . 'ii i'
tiiml nl mi. ..it. 'riM' vn. 'nil 111 .' till I
III' WIIH llmllll' lllHlll lll I llifl I'
till' f(iit HI II I llir llllll ti ll t tin lint
tWI, dMVKlllK III) Iliil Dir. Willi II V11I
tie won iliifliiil tu 1I111II1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 r lli
lleilVy 'MlUllll 'I III' llee.'UM ll, Wlln MI
Vtldcl) lilinwn .mil n f Ii'il, l'.ii'i.
U Will' llllil IWu liill
U' i
l .' 1
rin- '
Ill ! '..1 '
:) it i:
III
nun '.1
Iml it 11
I'., Hi.
! iii'.r. iKiiinUN kl' k In
1 I 'nun 1h tu ilny li
.1 .iitt in runH tin- Kin
.1 until of tin- hIi.w iiroK-.ii-
by the contractor mi
t.tf of tho Unreins bridge
. i.r two ttmhtnx b,iri. 11
:' Job hug l)ij completed
,;i"V farmers fi'i' tlii' pri.n
.utiir winter with 1 iiiiiniutii-
t Hit ii iluriKt ruiiii r lm-
Trw- riwr In riili'iig mi1'
'i nnf freak of tin- Mirinlil.
' ouicCuMtids lii Hu funl
tin- itniigeruiu t.ii' riMjf
i undertaker, wiuii i rutM
' in. tilth n nni. ri'iuiilly.
'.' .! in thi' iiin hmintlK mill
r'.iinlx lii-.ir 1'inlim 11 vul
,1 ... t..r.. Ihi- 1. unit yihh run
IIIIIIK "f Wlllll'T illCIIIIH
.r .1 niilii lent to iiitiki Hi"
1. -i'il ruldy iiiiirn illlllPiili
if . ii.'l Ihi- tllHiltlfarttiili
" f tr tilkcH till! fnrlll ut
. 1.' I. 11 iml llllll tWII Klllft- ii'
, 1 i.tk mi UK' Jul) "
1 1 .uiiiiliti'il.
Tin ri'imliltiB if tin- tiilvir-
ii 1 final, th- rouil north of tho
it, mill otlur pri-wiliiK iirnli-Ii-iiih
of highway liniirov ini'til
will iiinif tin for illMCUimlmi i n'l
nclloii tnnluht it t tin; iiiiciIdk of
tfty AlliiiiUuriui- (J001I Ifo.Kl"
1 nHiii.'lution ut tin- ('oiitini ri 11I
rliili. l'riutli'Ml nyx ami ini 'i'"
mi. hcliiK 'I'Milvi'il Tor thi; ' ii' r-
Kitlr iiroHi'ftJtluii of th(i work
P mi thii phkIm Inniicilliiti'lv ittljn-
4 11 til to the !!, 11 ml hh lurK'-r
iiM..tilii'rihli mcatiK Krwiti-r in
' tliuliiMti mill KrvntiT HIW'li'iir
tin- work of Inori'iinltiK Hi'
iiii'iniicinlilti to at h'UMt it tlnm
H11111I In the II ret order. An
othi r thlllK I" 'itn tiji l Me -iiuiiii
r of lKiiiiiillnk' 1 In- rn.HlH.
. I . 1 1 K 1 V lllftl I'll til In '
iiiniiiiu,.iit in,), . .i. .1' tlii"
thuu.
Sti'li'iiitliill l-'luif lU'ulii Hit. Ill
A .1)11111111111(1111011 Whih il liv l'ri"
(li nt It. K. Tulli'hi ll or tin N' w
Mijsii 11 (luiiil Koiiilo iimui'liilliiii an
noiitii 1 - tli.it the kiivitiiiiii lit ollli i' ot
Kuii'l i'o.hIh Iiiim ulrcil 1I111I Miiurltt't
Hum Kl'IrhlX' Iiiih lucii ililnlli'il tu
Ii ii.. r .1 Mi'rli'H of hlcrii(iillfoti leu
Mil - In Ni'tt Mi xli'ii lii'ltllilililK I !
I'. I,-m Tin lirnt li-i'tiiK- li thi- Knv-
rinin nt .-Xpert III In' 1I1 llvi ii'il -it
I ili.ti. mill nil lllln l.il'v lii tliK iri'-
!.. 1 tor I1I1.1 ii tin it.it Komi
1 ..- .1--.1nl.1il1.il will t.iki' linn Into
1 1 ' 1. ,1 ll 1 . 1 1 . 1 11 in 1 In i-i.i'i-
I rt ill.
If I
" 12
CONTRACT AWARDED FOR
$9.G00 ADDITION TO
EDDY COUNTY HOSPITAL
Si-rlnl fiirrmiimiilriirn to thr llrmlil)
1 .11 IhIi.hI. M . .XIV. 1 1. I ii'
iniiiiiii fir 11. iiilillllon to tlii' I'M'l
uiiiit iiuHiiitiii. vs 1 1 1 1 1 will iiiuk'' ii
in- uf tin- iini"t In II111 Ktiiti', 1-
.v.iti.l.il wHi'-iiliiy lo It. .1. Turfcliiin t
iIm tilil iiitiiK 51. sill Inr tin- lii'iilin
,. linn anil I7,7!ni tot' tlin htillilltiK.
Tin liullilliiK will lm or In JtU. IVM'
itnrlcH, 11111I will i-ontiiln twi-lu- iniiiiii.
for .atii ntH ami tun liutli i'iioiiih nii'l
in iiiiiii'Hllii'ti.inw room. Cili'iiiili'K
a III I'Xti inl nlmiM thi front pari, I10H1
ut the iiiii'i' 11111I lowiM' HtorlcH, mill
tlin Iiinlilliiu will in- ho ciinxiiiicti'il n"
to join tin lui'M'iit iiiii'iniiiiK rooiti
llnl Hi lillllltril
' 11 liiillwny
noon iim tin' iriaiiTl"' iiitIvih
Tin- Kihl lotinty hnHiltul Im ihi In
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 11 or ullli'll nil (Itli'llHof I'lit'lH-
li.nl inr lUHlh proud, iih II linn KtmMi
In. in ,1 i-r: hiiiiiII IliHllllltlnll. I'M'iil
nis' '11 Hiiipi, to iih priH.'iit lloiirlMli-
intt 1.1 1 1 .1 t t ImiK. purllv In pt up In 11
Ma 1. lux Till' I Hint i-iir linn
11 Iln- llinM p-onpirtiUN III IIh lll.
( mil tm h tun 1 1 illinium ot It hik-
. . ilin lo It M lliiillltKcr .llnl III1'-
in. 11 Mi mill Mi. di'iiri' Vi iilit 11 l(.
1 .1 111I11I .iiinuu: tin 111 ihI
1 1 .ii IniMpllnl inmiiiKirH in thi'
I I 1 1 V H I
I'. Hi. Wiililx iT'Ht.il
200 POUND BEAR NOW
BEING FATTENED FOR
THANKSGIVING FEAST
ROSWELL 10 SPEND
(500 PER MONTH
FOR PUBLICITY
Committee Now Soliciting
"Funds: Organization of
Civic Club to Be Made Per
manent at Banquet.
ETElTOIft HERALD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER, 19, 1912.
J Another Shipment of A.
117 1 I ikhvi ll il i v im i at
t M ill 0
Ladies' Coats
We have just received another large
shipment of Ladies' Stylish Coats,
in a variety of nobby styles equal
to anything we have shown this
season. Absolutely the newest mod
els direct from the manufacturers of
fashionable garments, with all the
popular fabrics and trimming effects
represented. If you have not yet se
cured your winter coat we ask you
to view these.
They are popular priced.
(.iiniii'iil Mellon Second I'limr
fru'lii tl lillllilllS ll"Hi.l riirrrniMinitriirr I. thr llrriild
Work Will hi'Kl.i iih IloHWi II, N. M. Mm IS. It" '
iiititMim'H iiiiiii iii HiM'iiii in if'ini i i 1
Get a Line
on a good useful pres
ent for Christmas-
Balli Robes, All Colors
and Weights
$4, $4.50, $5, $6, Sf.50
and $8.50
MAIL OJUUSUM I'ltOMKHiV
Maxui ll, N. M . Sin In. -Tim
Tti.iiikHKHInu iiirini .it tin (i'lliirl
liii.tlicru . limp ut tlii' Mux Aril Jill
Kitli'il Uiinl tniiip,iii ulll nut I'uiihIhI
of tilling, lint of hear Tin- pli'i ( lie
ri'Hlxlaiii'i. In K.I t . ly pi liln il in a MroMK
lull pl.'ll .il till' iiiliil' lii'lliK liitli'lli'il
lip fur Iln- fi'UMt
A hIiuii Him- itKu -uliii' liiilitiim In
tin- IiIIIh vti'Hl ur tuuii i.iiikIii n hit;
liiiiwii liiitr in Hap. mnl uflct an ex
citing fiKht in whii'ti urn- of I hum nar
row u i'HuipimI ilcaili from Urn cIuwh
ot tin' mi'Ioiih hi'iiHl, the hear wan,
I ii t. I ' mm , hh with lopi'N mnl lud cap-tu.-
in t i. Inniif of the huntum. (III
hert iiroiiiurn heard uf tho hear, mid
unit rmllu'il to ulvo Uio noyn III lltelr
camp it treat. Ho they hmiHht It ut a
fmaiy iirli i) anil havn It Hcuuro In their
ciuiip. !
A tiumher nf Maxwell U'iiili hne l
liei'll Invited to Dlijny Die TIiiiiiUhmIv ln
fmiHt with Mr. Olllierl and III" ineit.
ulld diinlitleHH llir ciiuip will (.nti'rti.lii
ii iiiiinlifr of iIIhIIiimuIhIii'iI ntn-HtH ott
thai day. The hear In luo yearM old
and welHiix iihoiil '.'iu pnuinlH. I
I'.itln Vcikl in -lul.
ner i limit Ii in nilwrtiKiiitt ItuNwin uml
the alli).
I'll Hlili'iit i' i . T.iiini'h.ll uml M'i
ielnr U !' U'ikk'iim or iln- i'
rlul chili have coinpletiid the luiiiiiilt
lei; to Hiitli'lt the flilldH with wlil'li
In pill on I ill) III'.; ndvcI'llM liK 1 .tlii
till u I ur lloHWell mill I II IM in. Ilnli ot
tile I'eeoK vnlle, in i nl'illliX In tin
iilit iih which haw ln-en ill"' united
IIIIIOIIK the hoOHlel'h "f the l it.. itlll'lllK
the lat tew wei kn. 'I'll Ih inimintt'i
h I'liinpiiHed of McHHrM. At" it Manny
V. II. I.inuein ! .mil .1. i i 'uitimiiiH
In one Mecilon. mid the Mhhih. ! A
l)avlH."oii, ,M. It. riniiiiin in and S. H.
Tiiiiih III iinntller Mcellmi Thehe two
Hi'i'tlmiH will divide tin' i "iiiliiiuilly uk
n meiiMM or inaliliiK ' more thmnuKh
1'iinviiHn.
The ailM't'lNltti: i .iiiiiuiIkii Ik lo 1
lalllli'lli'll w It lit ii the next lew weekM
or Jiihi an mhiii .ih Huihi lent fiimta un
Heetirel! In Will Mill the HtlU'l to hu
made.
The cmniinttie will lieKln Hh work
tin Monday of next wuvU, and Hie ad
wttlnltiK man will he Midected hooii.
While all the di'liillM h ive hot In-en
coinnhded hv thu pruHliltiil of tho
romnierclal dull. Il Ih expected that
the mihllL'ltv ciimimlu'ri will he illrc't
cd hy u Tjurt'ini u an adjunct "f thi.
commurcliil orKaiiUatlmi. and thu
thoroiiRh expert In udviriiHiiiu win
he placed in i.'hurKo.
An auxlllury orKiililatlnn m i i-'n
will lm forttled of IhoMi Mil i iiiiiiK
tn the lillhltilt) fund, uml hhiii. i.nlKe
lir lUemhcl'Hhlp Will III' rntllilli.l llpiill
the iia im nt nl tin niiti.itiiiii u .
Cancile Sticks
Special Tomorrow Only
Dainty Candle Sticks; suitable for
mantel piece or dresser, splendid
$ 1 .00 value.
Special Tomorrow Only
49c each
Seilliiii. I'hst I'loni'.
Rug Special
Tomorrow Only
Good quality Rugs, size 27x72 in.,
in a variety of flowered and conven
tional designs, worth $2.75 each
Special Tomorrow Only
$ 1 .95 each
I 8 .lettcln
ROUTINE
I
BED
USINESS
BY
CITY COUNCIL
.Nctt Khlimi' iii ir I alleniaim line
InilliV hIioc" iil-o (lie uiieiliucd
I lomhi'lm uml siiimv A: (iarllcld hIkkh
rm- men. At Win. ClinplliiV.
I'athe WdcUI) -fryHtal.
N'utliliiK N'w In Hinitl Trial.
I'orl Worlhi Txan. Nv. 10 No
material (iicIm worn hrouiiht out hi
thin foVeunmi'H iitKidon nf thu Hocmtd
trial or J. 11. Htii'cd, charKcd with
th mttrdor of b:1. A. U. Hoyco.
Wltnciuuii In today'H' proc'teiUni;ti
went over tiraotlcally tlu mi mo
iirouuil covoruil In the lint trial of
the cuo.
Uead the Herald "Vam Ad.
i COYOTE. That's u8
I Coyote Springs Mineral Water Co.
iitv fivif ru n to
ham: iinosTKits1 ii.WQi'i'rr
MeHfiH W. A. JiiliiiHini, .Morru
I'ltie. ii II K.inp. W. (I. llaiulltmt
ami S . Tiiiiih hate liurn Hcleclcd I"
mi'iiUKe lor a limiilict In hu held at
the at linn ) the latter part uf the
month for the piirpniie of elTi'i'tlim u
pi'i'ii.iiiii'iit (ii'KiitilKatlnn of a i'lt
I'lVll' l lllll,
AccorillUK lo the plunH fnrmutati d
at the preliminary incuthm a i"w
ulKhtH hkii, tho hiiiuiuet Ih In tu' In M
for the purpimu of cfTcc'IHK n k- n.-i . i
iirKunUutlnn. Thin hamiuet in i . . in
fur the Hclicial iillhllc, Iln ..lij.it nt
It huln tu Ket lit leant l.inni i Ihth.
Thu cluh Ih then cxpritui in iiirmii
liitu mid curry out i.i.in.- t i pnmnite
dvlu uttriicllM-ntHf
1'iilhe Wet k i ' , - l.i I
senatorTwabiiens
re-election sure
lly I.rar4 Wlrr In Uv.ulav ll.rnU
I'heyi nui', Wyo , Nov, 19. I.uto
riiurim irmu Wymulng counties give
1 1 if Ki'piiiilk.uiH control nf each
hoiine mid a majority 'of eight mi
Joint luillot In the Kwclflh iPRlnlature.
An Iti puhllcaiiH lire nil pludgcd under
llir Male primary law, thin iuciiiih
.Scnaior l H. .Worruit'ii ro-cloitlun
uh I'nlteit Ktutea nenntnr.
World'H Cliuiiiilon)ilp Unite! .mi.
INmtlmo tonight and tomorrow.
Attorney C. 0. Cutron, ucompan
led by Albert Clancy, arrived from
Fnnta Vt lout night anil Ih NpendlnR
the day hcrft on IfKnl IhirIiickh
Minor Ordinances Considered
and Aldermen Hear Reading
of Petitions, Whioh Arc Re
ferred to Proper Committees
Pntho Wfekly Orjptal
HiihIhi hh i i a routine nature ocnu
pliil the inn. tho iildnrinuu at u
iiii'i tlnu nt tin city council lam night.
The priiulp.il hunlncHH triumaclod
wiih tin- uppi'iiiliiiont of honrilH of
ri'KiHtratlnn i"r tho vote on tho $ 1 00.
ntm hlKh h In.i.l holld UiHllli on Dec.
P'. A i-'kiiliitliiii uhroKUtlllK the up
ii'iltiimentH miido ut a former (iicot
iiur oi th nicll wuh adopted with
out nppiicllli.il
M. I'. Htiimni appeared huforo the
ounell mul .ihUui) n rucoiiHldurHllon
of Iln intli.u taken on July '
chiinKltiK the co n mo of Mulhorr
Ktrcet llfly red furthor otiHt In the
hloolt hetwii'ti (Vntrnl uml Oold avo
muni. The rciucHt wan roforrd to
the Hlrrct connnltteo nnd tha city at
torney. A reiiucHt from UonnlH Mo
Domt'il for lire protection for proper
ty In ihi tteiKhhorhood of Blxlh tin)
Koventh HtreetH ott Oronltc nvonuo
una rerurred to tho wnter commlt
tre. Tho mayor ww nulhorUed to
Hltfn n new leimo Willi J. Korhor for
cliy iiuurtcrH In tho Korhor building,
tho rent to ho flGO por month with
ho privilege of.ronewal at the end
of twelve month. On recommenda
tion of city Knglnccr OUddlng tho
council adopted u roolutlon formally
accepting the pnvlnff on Third gtroet.
A di ed for hloolt 88 ol the Itttynoldn
addition wan prenentc4 and It U like
ly the deed will 1o 'accepted nn oon
a h It l definitely undewtood what the
iiuceptance i ntalU ,jlB the way of.
inulntenancn cxpertltMWt.
Several mlnop -brdtnanceg were
panned, Including Or4lnnce 478, re-
ililrlnif llliimlnnllfta Of elfOflcal
Irlreot nlgnn lietweeH' rk nrtd 1G
o'clock each ov6hMhT ni OrdlnancM
I, 0 uml i h'j, piuliiK u".ii i'Hinclil
Iln .n.uri'H
M . i i . i Kt'llerH iippoliii'-d for ti iii
pnrnrv iiHHlKumeut I'M lionohue iih u
liii inlii r of the police lorce. Hucci'i'd
liu: J. I). OuIiimIiii, reiiluned, the
I'litiiii il eoullriiiiiii; the appointment
I'rcHi'iit at the council mcctliiK IHt
night were .Mayor Hellern, Aldermen
I'lurlU'. (irtiliMfeld, tHllerwood, Itelilv.
Si'lit-er, Kit littler mul ThoimiH.
The new leKlsiratlon hoanl named
In hi illicit Ih uh fnlliiwo:
I'lrnt Ward II. J. (Jilllu. P. Mon
ey and II. Ittippe.
Second Ward -Klephen IJ. Iloehl.
.1 dm 1 1. MukIiuh. W. I'.. Klthe.
Third Ward -.1. I'. .Mctlulre. N. (1.
.Mii.'roileii, M. II. H.ihln.
I'.uirih Ward - II. W. 1). Mryan. I..
II. I'hamlierlln. W. W. .MrClcllan.
Tlie placcH of ri'KlHirutlou ar ua
IoIIhuh:
Tlrnt Ward New .Mexico flgar
(Nimpuny'H hlorc, 113 Went Central
avenue.
HitiiiuI Ward -Alvnrado t'harmncy,
l''lrl Htreel ami Oold avenue.
Third Ward - The Hmolm Mouhc,
Z)Ci Went (Idld avotlllP.
Fourth Ward U. ISupiie'ri drug
Bturo. Went Central uvoiitii;.
New dcturcH I'liHtline and Crystal.
MELLENS L
EVE
0
pnx
Pittabunrh People to Go to
Arizona, Relieving Climate
Will Be Beneficial to Son.
The T. A. Mellen. I'ltUburgh mll
llonitlrcn, who hnvo been In Alhu
tiueniuu for nnvvral month, occupy
ing tho Woolney biingnlow, near the
Highland park, leave tonight for
Phoenix, Arli.. trawling In the pri
vate car "Milwaukee'." Tho Melhflis
came to Albuquerauo with u young
on who Ih lit. The trip to Phoenix
In for the purpoio of testing' tho cli
mate there, In tho hope thnt It will
prove beneficial to young Mr. Metlen.
World' Championship Batebnll,
Pattlino tonlsht and tomorrow.
Ii BAJADA Hill 15
L
wqndekfu
YS
SIEVE GAVIN
New Mexico Can't Be Put in
the List of States That
Have Done Nothing; fow
Better Highways Says Col
by Man,
"I have motored III mnii Hlali'H ii lul
over many road, hut (he ro.nl up l.a
Ilajada hill, between Allttuiui Pino mul
Hiinta Ke, Ih oiiu of the inoHl remarli
ulile I ever had occiinIoii lm ucKotliitu
In an mitomohlle," declared Hiephnii
A. (invln, gonoral HiilcB iiKunt for thu
Colby Molor Cur company, who re
lumed to tho city liiHt uvoiiIiik from
a trip which ho ami a party uf rrlumln
mado to tho capital.
Hajiula hill Ih u wonder." con
tinued Mr. Gavin. "I Mftcn heard of
II, hut never rcnllxcd what ti hill It
wiim or tho worth of thu road ovor
It. flood roadH IioohIith can't miy that
New Mexico ha been In tho back
ground In good roads htilhliiiK an long
iih the Ui llujadm hill con bo Hlniwn iih
a Ditmplo of what thu nttttu Ih doing
for hotter hlftiiwoyH."
Mr. Oavln nnd parly left Alhutiuer
(lito Kiinduy morning, arriving In tho
capital Hunday afternoon. Tho re
turn trip was made yesterday after
noon. Tho Colby fort,y-horo power
car In which the trip was mudo be
haved nplendldly on the journey, tak
ing thof heavy windi between Albu
(luerque and Algodunou In flno ahape.
Amending Im Ilajada hill tho Colby
engine equipment demonstrated Um
worth, negr tlatlng tho steep Incline
In a remarkablo manner. The blow
out of a tire wa tho most Horloiis.
trouble that tho party encountored
on the trip, thin being remedied In n
few moments, however, by tho replac
ing of another tire,
"The roods between Albuquerque
nnit,flnnla re nrn rmt half bad," said
Mr. Qavln today. '"Contrasted with
n. in nt In r m i HhIih of l In- i imn -
. ili in, hihiiI. Khiiii A 1 1: ml 'i n
S.iiila l''r, on tlh; I'llllllllii Iteitl, nil"
uiiiii'i ank for ii lielter mad, ion-
h iii'i.m; the Idml of country traveled.
Thi'i'i' m lion Id he en i ni; work doiiu on
tile -iii!(lH, however, to kenji llli'lll III
I'tmli. The liiiiui Hulluus iiKpect of
the rnail Hltimtliin lietwculi Albuiiiei -que
and the capital, In my opinion.
Ih I he aliHcnce of Hlgmf. Tho road
Hlinilld lie Hluilcil at ouee, lieeallHi)
lu.lhlm; more dlhitiiHts ami illHt-our-nis'i'H
a tmtrlHl t liitu to Iiihc tin- (mil
mul to him' lo linclc up lo get right
iicaln."
New pit tun h 1'iiHtlmo ami i'rHin'.
CHRISTIAN BURIAL FOR
A JAPANESE CONVERT
The lte. Hugh A. Cooper. piiHtor
or the I'reHliyterlan church, conduct -ed
funeral hitvIich at I o'clock IhlH
afternoon In Ktrong'H chapel for (1.
Nlkudu, n Japmieiip, who died yet
lenlny nt Hie Kama lo CoiiHt Mnch
hosplial, following an nitacli of ty
phoid. Nlkiidn wai' a machlnlut cm
ployed hy Un- Hanin Pe In Wlnttlow.
Mo wna convened to Christianity In
Japan n iiuinlier of yearn ago. When
IiIh coiintrymcn In Alhuquerquo und
WhiHlnw heard of ti Ih dcuth they ar
ranged for a ChrlHtlan burial.
Can't look well, eat well, or feel well
with Impure hlood. Keep tho blood
puri) with Iturdock llood Hitlers. Kat
Imply, take oxorclse, koep clean, and
Rood health Is pretty euro to follow.
11.00 a bottle. Adv.
World's Championship UbiRolmll,
Pantlmo ton)ghl und tomorrow,
'
CANDIES
For Special Occasions.
VIV aro prrimrryl nt our noty
factory to itrodm-o the cholcratl
tionrcctloiut un vliort iiotlcv.
Powell Dmg Co.
POUHTII AND CKNTRATi.
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