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A .Mild, netlftble lAinUvts-Tonlo id
HomcUilnff No FWmlly Should
No well-regulated home should bo
without u luxutlvc for t.lioro Is acarce
ly u day In a family of several per
sons tliut lomcotie 'doesVt complain
of u headache, of sleeptciwosr, or
hov the tlrnt sign of n, :o'1.
A laxative then bocume a 'teccaalty
or whut wiih a trifling -onse-dlon At
tho beginning mny run 'uto o terloua
cold or fever. .No hurih remedy In
needed, but simply .mild laxative
tonlu that will make the liver uctlve
and stir u tho bowels. IVopU who
linvo tried a great many things, Und
lire themselves heuds of families who
huvo Keen the llttlo Ilia run to big
ones, will tell you that therein noth
ing better than Dr. CaldtfbllN ." tup
Pepsin, which you can ybtaln ut uny
drtiK mom for fifty ccnta or or.o dol
lar n bottle, the hitler boPi the fam
Among tho great bellov-irs In Syrup
Pepsin for constipation In old or
younK, and uh u Kenornl ho. inch )ld
emergency remedy, nro Mrs, Kph.
Trotter, My ford, Cal., und Mr. H. K.
Williams, Culluway, Nob., and . tney
always have u bottle of It In the Inme.
It In scientifically eompounds.1 mid Us
purity In vouched for. Mather Mvo
It to tiny babies, und Krow.i pnple,
tuklnit a llttlo InrRor amount, Unit It
equally effective. Jt la mild i)tJ noli
tic, pleasant-lusting und ."if irotu
It due not hldo behind tho namo of
MASONS RETURN TO
local Men Who Took Degrees
and Participated in Scottish
Kite Ceremonies Back From
After spending Mivorul duya In 8uu
tn IV. attending tho dedicatory serv
ices or the Heottlsh llltu cathedral
mill taktiiK .Scottish Itlte degreca ur
assisting In the exumpllllcillon of the
work, u number of Albuquerque
membera of the rite returned to the
city today on tho Hnnta Fo limited.
The Muhoiih were unthuHlastlc over
tho hiicccsm of the dedication, and
much Impressed with tho conferring
of tho degrees. Among those who
returned today are J. IS. Nlpp, A. li.
Mo.Mlllun, Paul Teutsch, John Ven
uble, Ur. J. II. Wroth, A. A. Keen,
i'. 11. I.ovvbcr. J. a. Fitch of Socorro
and W. J, I.lnwood of Iluton, also
accompanied tho Albuquerque dele
gation to this city.
Yesterday morning alxty-four cnndl-
Fruit Cake, Plum Pud
ding; and Mince Meat
have been thought of
and we have the finest as
sortment of .
Orange and Lemon Peel
Figs and Dates
Shelled Nuts of all
Sweet Apple Cider
" Pure Food Spices
A suggestion worth 35o
Before' you buy a box of
Apples sec our stock anil
get our prices,
We want to call ypur at
tention to the best, Fruit
Cake you ever tasted. It
makes no difference where
you trade, ask for
Jaffa's Fruit Cake
Your groccryman will get
it for you.
We want your order for
Our price is the lowest.
PHONES 31 AND 32.
JAFFA GtOCEtY CO.
GOOD THINGS TO EAT. E
MIW. KM. THOTTfcK.
a popular fruit or vegeU'i'o. and la
absolutely freo from uny prohibited
Ingredient. Families who onct usn
Syrup 1'epaln forever after avoid
cathurtlcs, salts, pill und other harsh
medicines, for these only do tempor
ary good, u ro nauseous and u shock
to any delicate system. Hueh thlngn
should never be given to children.
If no member of your family had
ever used Hyrup Pepsin and you would
like to make a personal trial of It be
fi.fe. buying It In tho regulnr way of
a druRglKt, rend your address a pes
tal will do to Dr. W. II. Culdwell. 415
Washington .St.. Montlcello, lit., and a
fro,, samplo bottle will be mailed you.
Results are always guaranteed ur
money will b refunded.
dntca received tho 30th degree and
In the afternoon and evonlng the 31st
and 32nd degrees were conferred. The
following comnrltleemeii made the
Scotlsli into reunion a success.
Executive Itlchurd H. Ilaniiu.
Francis c. Wilson, Kdwnrd It. Paul.
Janit'H A. Itnlls and. Jam c A. Mussle.
ICentcrtnlnmont Itlchnrd II. Han-
pa, Henry F. .Stephens. Harry II. Our-
mun, Samuel O. t'artwrlght; Frcdcr
Irk Mullcr, James A, Hulls, anil Alan
Music Jnmoa A. Mussle, Alan II.
McCord, and Robert J. Crlchton.
Stugo Directors Samuel fl. Curt-
wrlght, Chnrlus K. Kanen, John
Plluegcr, (Icorgo M, Klnscll, and
Thomas U. Vleklloy.
Wnrdrobo FrunclH C. Wilson, Sinn-
uel O. Cnrtwrlght, Frederick Mailer.
Molvln T. Dunluvy, nnd Josso I.. Nus
baum, Klcetrlclun Arthur J. Orltlln.
ICxamlnatlon James A. Hulls. lM-
ward rt. Paul, John W. Mayes. Harry
H, Dornrnn and Harry S. Howman.
Class Directors Charles l Kasley.
Charles A. Wheelon, Jamea H. Wroth,
Alpheus A. Keen and Nathan .la flu.
C'redentlnla and l-'lllng (leorge A.
Kiddle, William H. Kennedy, JumcX
P. McNulty. Mlchuel O'Neill und
Charles F. Kanen.
Press Frunels ('. Wilson, Charles
A. Wheelon, John W. Mayes. Charles
M. Htauffer ami Jesse I. Nusliaum.
Tho board of directors Ih enmposud
as follows: Hlchard II. Hannn, Hob-
ert J. Chlchton, Alan It. McCord, John
W. Mayen, and John II. Walker.
ANIA IS COMING
Christmas Saint Will Arrive
at Kosenwald's Saturday
and Will Give Wonderful
Daily Exhibitions of Rein
In a ullelesM mcitmgc received from
tho north pole today AlliUiUeiiuo
children ate ndlsed that, for very
Hveclul reasons, Santa i'Iu.ih Is to ar
rive hero much earlier than usual this
year. It nccms that snuie local
youngster huvo wild they didn't bo
Hove there was such a pe.e n us Suntu
Claus, und tho good old saint of
Christinas time Is coining early for
tho purpose of proving not only that
hn actually exists, hut also that he ran
do all tho wonderful things the story
books tell about
According to hi" message, Santa
Claus 'will reach Alhuuuoniuo not
later than Saturday morning uf this
week, and on Saturday afternoon ho
will appear on the third 'floor of tho
Mosenwuld store in a reindeer-driving
exhibition that promises to bo truly
marvelous. In order that all Albu
qucrqtio children may June a chunco
to see Santa Claus do Ills stunts, It
is announced that these exhibitions
will be rcepatcd every afternoon until
Just to prove to the children that
there la absolutely no. Mug fako about
him, Hunta CIuuj Iiiih arranged tw
brlnir with him a really and truly aiwl
rather large hunk of the north polo
usoir. lie win arrange aiso mm. mu
moon and atars shull shine even In
tho daytime, lie will atart his dally
exhibitions by driving his famous
reindeer team straight over some
froxen mountain tops, and thence, by
u secret passage, he will muke strulght
for tho nearost chlmnuv und, when
he has slid down with his pack on
his back, he will show how he fills
the stockings of good Albun.ueru.ua
children without muklng noise enough
to waken even a mouse,
All or these things will be done by
Santa Claus In plain vlow of the chil
dren, arid the management of the
Tlosenwttld store hus unnounced that
the llttlo folks may come Just as many
afternoons us they please, It Is ru
mored that Hanta cuius is to ue as
sisted In his exhibitions by Decorator
P. H Ilelnlmrt, whiso business It
will be to Ifeep trio north pole looking
cold, nnd by John Palkenberir, who
will explain the various feats per
formed by tho Jovial King of Toyland,
Dill, LIE TO mm FOB MtCEPTEB Bf SIX 1 M
tmfDjitun rtpi rnnnbiDbftHD i
Prisoner Held for billing
Watchman in Colorado De
clares Companion Was
(Or taarl Wlr tn r.vrnlnsi Hvratd
Denver. Nov. 3l.--"HmltH Hot ino
Into this trouble, hut t am willing to
awing for my part In tho murder of
Detective J. II. Rtlngley. I won't Ho
about It even to save my own neck."
This declaration was mudo todav
by Patrick Code, alias W. P. Code
when Informed that Frank I. Smith,
who was arretted recently In OKla
homu In connection with tho mur
der, hus charged him with side r
sponslhlllty for the crime. Coda re
iterated his declaration that while ho
Junction, near Denver, and was mur
dered the night of net. t.
Feature lllograph Drama - Pastime.
Anti-Eace Suicide Crusade Re
sults in Arrest of Ninety
nine Men and Forty-Three
Women in Many Cities.
(IJx Leased Wire to KveuiBB fleraldl
Washington Nov. :'l.--Onc hun
dred and forty-two persons, Includ
ing ninety-nine men and fort -three
women, have been arrested In the
government's "antl-raco suicide" cru
sade, according to compilation made
today of figures In tho division of In
spection In the pnstofllco tlcpattmcnt.
Forty-two business concerns wero In
cluded In oltlclnl reports, approxi
mately fifty representatives or the
concerns having been arrested.
DICXVim WOMAN A.MONtJ
Denver, Nov. 21. Mrs. Minnie W.
Johns wan arrested today on a federal
warrant In connection with the na
tionwide raid against persoiiN charged
with using the malls to advertise and
dispense drugs und surgical Instru
ments for Illegal use.
Mrs. Johns, the llfth and last of tho
persons 10 ne arresteu m ncmcr. was
lieroni I'nlled States Com-'
mlssloner lllnHilale and was expectod
to glvo bond later today.
Feature lllograph Drama. I'astlmo.
Feature lllograph Drama. Pastime.
BITTER ORDEAL FUR
Cvoss Examiner Forces Story
of Shame From Unwilling
Li)S Of Girl On Trial at Col-
umbus for Murder.
Ur Leased Wire to Rvenluic Herald
Columbus, ()., Nov. 21. Miss Ce
cilia Farley, the pretty Htutn house
stenographer, on trial for tho shoot
lug of Alvlu K. Zollinger, today ad
mitted under cmss examination that
", Intlinuto relations with
Jerome QulRley, her fiance,
Tho defense had Introduced testi
mony to show how Miss Farley had
been wronged by Zollinger, and of
how, when she found trim love with
Qulgley, she had unsuccessfully at
tempted to break off relations with
Miss Farley admitted her Intimate
relations with Qulgley with lowered
head. Mrs. Parley, her aged mother,
sat In the court room with lowered
head and vlth a handkerchief to her
Fcuturc lllograph Drama Pant I mo.
Feuturo niogruph Drama Pastime.
French Aviator Killed.
Ilhclms, France, Nov. 21. Andre
Frey, tho well-known aviator, waa
killed hero today. While Hying
uround tho aerodrome his neroplune
collapsed and ho fell a distance of
Feature Olograph Druma. Pastime.
Fori native whlto pine
flooring, oclllnjr, sldlmj
IMrtltluns, nnd also fin
Citizens Lumber Co.
400 Hotith BcWnd Bt.
California Laoks Asylum
Stroncr EnoUffh to Hold
Homioidal Lunatics Is Dc
cision of Authorities.
Ur Lea4 Wir ! Brmn Hrrstdl
I-V)a Angetea, Cul., 'Nov. 21 Carl
llledelbach, who Invaded tho central
police Btutlon Tuesday' kith an Infer
nal machine, was arraigned In the
municipal court today nnd chat-god
with a violation of tho section of the
penal code which prohibits the plac
ing of dynamite In any place where
human beings congregate, with ma
licious purpose to kill ur malm. One
year to life Imprisonment Is the pen
The arraignment waa the result of
a decision today on tno pan or tne
authorities that none of the stale hos
pital for the Insane has still!, lent
safeguards against tho om.ipc or
of tho Bantu
TWO GARAGES IS
Fire Proof Buildings for Care
of Motor Cars Will Be
Rushed to Completion; to Be
Up to Date in All Details.
Foundations for two new garages
for Alliuiueriiie were begun today.
one garage Is being built for 10. C
llutler ut Fifth street and Copper
avenue, at a cost of approximately
10,000, the illmcuslona to he 7fifix
H'J feet. The llutler garage Is to
have a concrete poured foundation
and to be one story In height, the
walls to he of brick, or sultlclent
strength and width to permit the
building at any time of additional
Horics. The other garage Is being
built for the Colemau-lllank com
pany by Sawtelle & llleks, at the
northeast corner of Sixth street and
Central a'.enue, and Is to be f.f.0-1 iy,
of ruck foundation, and the walls
arc to be or brick. Mr. Kutler will
conduct a garage cxcluMvcly. while
the Colemau-llliinti company will
,.,,,.. .. K1.rilui. rftIMlr ,,, inn-
..i.i,,,, .....i ,, ,,i,...ihi,.i .ipnnrt.
mint. Moth the llutler and Cole
mini-1 1 lit ii U buildings are to lie mod
ern In all ileialls and will add great
ly to AlliuiUeriUi-'H equipment for
the care of motor cars.
"MiisHiHTUof the Santa IV Trail,"
Hart's Oiplienni, Filday and Satui'
day. Feature Hlogniph Driiiua Pastime.
The literary mid sew lug society !
I.ngitii Circle. Ladles r tho (1. A. It.,
will meet ni ;i o'i lock tomorrow after
noon at the home or Mrs. M, M
Hotter, fill; West I. cad liVcllllc.
There were wi HectloiiH of the
westbound Santa I'V limited tuilay.
Two sectioiiH ale also Hcbedtlled to
Piihh through tomorrow and .Saturday.
The heavy Haul finm thu east to
Calirornlii Is now on. Old neuiile,
leaving the east to eseapu the seven
t,iliil..M lo.nil li..,' f..ctti lh. Itlill; it II...
I westbound tinvcl at piesent.
Mr. und Mrs II V. Winchester re
turned today n tn .-'urilu Fo, wliere
Mis. Wluehesler was tho soloist at
tho dedication r the Scottish Mite
cathedral. Mrs. Winchester wm high
pro Ice for her line uoik In Santa Fe.
Stanley Sedei, .irgnulst, Iiiih re
turned to Albii'iio i'oe from Santa
Fe, where he pt mi.I.-iI ut the organ
during the dcdnaiioii or the Scottish
Illto cathedral Inst Sunday and ut
other alfulrH later in tho week, Mr.
Seder substituted mr nrgunlst C. Per-
clval tlarrett of l.os Angeles, who
was tn have played ut tho dedica
tion hut who was taken suddenly III.
Thu Albtiiiieri rgauist gave Mpleii-
W. J. I.lnwood of Ituton, secretary
or the New Mexico cattle wilillary
board, arrived today from Hunta Ke.
where he attended the Masonic pro
gram, and will spend scverul duya In
James (1. FlUh or Socorro Is In Al
buiueriue today, having arrived from
Santa Fe. where he attended the
Scottish Mile ceremonies.
Judge (leorge M. Craig, Attorney J.
A. Miller, Assessor Fled 11, Hoyn und
Ham D. Stevens, manager fit Hturges'
hotel, left today on a hunting trip up
the Mlo (Irunde.
The Joe Ilrens, who ure to direct
thu Klks' minstrels to be produced
three times durlpg Thanksgiving, will
arrive hero tonight and tomorrow will
begin the work or getting the min
strels Into shape for thu big show,
ltegulur communication of Temple
lodgn No. 8, A. F- A A. M.j this even
ing at 7:30 o'clock. All visiting
brethren are welcome, ny order ot
the W. M. Harry llraun, ecrelury,
Featurn Hlogniph Drainx.- I'astlme.
"Mary In Htageland," third edition
of story, "Whut llappenedto Mury."
Crystul tonight and toinorrow.
Fealura Hlogroph Drnrnd, -Pastime.
"Mary In Rtugetand," third edition
of story. "What iloppenedp Mary,"
Crystul tonight und tonjow,
Coast City Agrees to. Produce
Boat for Race With Noted
Irishman in Nineteen Fif
teen. Ur Leased Wire to KrenloB Hirnltl)
San Francisco, Cal. Nov. 81. Sir
Tlmmns Upton's chnllcngo lor no In
ternational yacht raco hero In lfil&i
was accepted today.
At a luncheon of tho San Francisco
Commercial club, given In honor of
Sir Jnmoa, tho following loiter was
read to him: ,
"On behalf or u nyiullcatc yet to be
named, permit mo to nciept your
chnllcngo for n race In the IM-motcr
class, to be sailed here In UM".
"Wo will meet you with a boat de
signed under the universal rule, liultl
and sailed l San Franciscans, and
may the best boat win.
(Signed) "THOMAS U MIU.KIl."
Men Whose Testimony Con
victed Lieutenant Becker
and IQunmcn Once More En
Ur l.esinl Wire to Kvrnlog llrtnld
New Vork. Nov. 21. Snm Sehepps.
one or the four Informers, whose tes
timony resulted In (he conviction of
Charles lleeker und the four gun in on
fur the niurder of Herman Itoseiithat,
was itlMcbarged from custody today.
He had been hold on n technical
charge or Migriincy.
A crowd or I. Mm persons witnessed
the release ol Muse, Webber and Vul
lon from the west side prison thin af
Attorney for Ettor- Declares
Verdict Against His Client
Would Be Blow to Right of
fir l.raarrt Wire Hi KrenUs Herald
Salem. Miihh., N'ov. 21. Appenlllig
for a erdlcl of aciiilttal for Joseph
Kllor and his lo-defeiiilanlH on the
broad Ml'oiinil (hat convlcllon would
be a Mow nt the right or assembly
uuil flee speech, Attorney Maljol.ey
cloccil his argument to the Jury to
day In tile trial or Kllnr, tllovaimlltl
ami I'uriiMi. chiirgeil with ilu- l,opix
zo 1 1 1 in 1 1 .-1 In the Lawrence Textile
from pngo one)
r Kpiiinlciii. doiibttiil whether tin
tbiihlio-lle ilcHcilptlons by the Turk
lull press ii' eiorles on tho right
wing are r liable.
The Turkish InmeM here have been
admittedly hemy. but the arrival of
troops from Syiln has furllici'
strengthened ibe TurkiHh ilefenne. It
Is also c blent ihni tin- supply and
commissariat dllllf nltlcs of the otlo-
miin army have been somewhat re
I'WUNT V TIIOt'SA NO
Tl'HKS DKAD .VI
llclKlaile, Hervla, Nov.
J I. Twenty
thousand or tho H 0,(1 ill)
ilefendcil Monastlr wero
woiiiulei) In tho four days' battle that
preceded the capture of II. city by
the Servian army, It was estimated
today. The Servian loss was almost
us great, In the defense of thu fort
reus Ibe Inhabilauts of the city fought
With great ferocity sldo by sldo with
the Turkish regulars.
The brum or the attack on the fort
ress was borne bv the Servian Infan
try, Thu men waded hrenst-deep In
tho water of the surrounding marshes
nnd took position after position by
sheer dogged determination.
i'ijanck waunk Ki'i;r.v
Purls, Nov. 21. Franco today no
lined tho Turkish government that
she would hold Turkey responsible for
uny violence against Christians and
asked her to udopt rigid mcustires to
prevent any outbreaks.
Ill.TllKAT I'HOM 3IONAHTm
f IT OPI" HV OHKICKH
AtheiiH. (Ireece, Nov. 21. Qreek
troops nave occupied inn Turaisn
town of Fiorina, to the south of Mon
astlr, and cut off the rear guard of
tho Turkish army retreating from1
Monastlr arter Its capture by tho
The Turkish soldiers who succeeded
In escaping through the Servian lines
around Monastlr number about 30,onq.
5 EMMU DE
trgd quantities of ammunition nnd IX
stores foil Into the hands of the'
Oreskg rvhen they cut off the rear
and unqucstlonabjo of tuch family affairs aa call for
third party ,to not an Executor, Trustee or Administrator
nro mattcrfi of too vital Importance to bo entrusted to any
Individual however hear or dear for tho avorago competent
man Is too busy to do Jiltlc0 to your affairs, to any nothing"
of tho uncertainty of his own lite,
Tho Trust Department of Tho First Savlnga Dank Is au
thorized by law to perforin all tho functions of Administra
tor, Kxecutor, Ounrdlan, Trustee, Assignee or ltocolver
and has tho paramount advantages of absolute Impartiality
and iiiutueatlonalblo responsibility. U novor dlea la ol
vuyn at homo must do what It Is told to do mutt keep
complete records of all transactions and must make only
Capital and Surplus
4 On Savings,
The First Savings Bank
& Trust Company
ONLY FEW GASES
Commercial Club Protests
Against Santa Rosa Reports
of Violent Outbreak on the
The Fori Sumner Commercial club
Is slightly dlsutlslled with the reports
sent out from Santa Mora to tho effect
that there were thirty cases of small
pox at For i Sumner. The livening
Herald has received the following
communication from the Commercial
Fori Sumner, N. M.
November Id, ly 12.
Several days ago thu enterprising
correspondent or one of tho AlbuiUer-
ipie newspapers for Santa Mosii, .V. M
sent In the report that there were over
thirty eases of mnll pox at Fori Sum
ner, X. M., and gave the Impiessloti
Hint the diseused persons were roam
ing at largo and that I'm I Sumner was
a vcrltuhlo nest of pestilence. While
wo apreclato the necessity or lieicu
lean efforts on the part or the said
correspondent to secure news Itema
In a town like Santa Mnu. still wo
ilecidedly do not appreciate the
Hpreadlug or such an exaggerated and
untrue statement iih was printed In
i. ils AlliuiUeriiie paper at Hie inslaiieo
uf llielr Santa Mosa con espolldent.
Will Ik It s true that thele urn a few
Isolated cuhch of small pox In Fort
.-'iiinucr, limy are or the veiy mildest
lorm and Dr. W, II, Lovelace, the local
physician, Iiiih taken all possible steps
In plevcnt the hpreadlug or the disease
aim nil or tho persotiH iilTllelcn ore an
tler the strictest iiuaraiillue. Fiirihcr,
Iheso few ciisoh aro III West Fort Sum
ner over one inllo away from Fort
FT. SI'.MNKM COM M KMC! A I. CI, I'll.
I'Ml.l'Mi: TO Itni'OMT
CASKS CAI'MvS TltOI HliK
Santa FFe, N. M.. Nov. il. "Fail
ure to report the eiises early In lib)
cause of the whole trouble about tlio
outbreak or smallpox III SniAii I'o
cinmlv," declared City anil County
Ifenlth Mtil'cr Dav.il Knapp loilny
on his return !ihii a lour or ill" in
fected district "I tin nol untie. icitu
illy I inutile lli(llic city or San. a I'V.
but I do believe that saf. is lies m
vueclnutlon. To those who rt.un it
To Automobile Owners
GASOLINE, 23c Gallon-POUKINE OIL, fOc Gallon
STORAGE, WASHING AND DELIVERY, Month $0.00
DEAD STORAGE, Month
Agency for Marathon ajrd Velie Cap
Second hand cars bought and sold. Full line of Auto
I Supplies. Repairing at reasonable prices.
iiVisser's Auto OmmB
H i ni AAA sa a mt s Ma
ltpmemoer tne rmco,
of a Wm
. . $300000
stand the expenso tho county o flora
the usslstunco gratis,"
Dr. Knapp said that In Onldon, u
village llfty miles south of Santa Fe,
there have been numerous coses,
starting with tho postmaster thero,
and that ho had tu plnco tho ontlro
village under quarantine, two doputy
slierllfs keeping watch at tho en
trances to tho place. Thoro was ono
ciiko at tho mine of tho Hanta Fo Qolrt
Mining company, and It has been Iso
lated In ti tent, a doctor being In n-
tendance. One case Is also reported
from Madrid, says Dr. Knapp.
N10W Vaudeville, llnrt'a Orplicum
Feature lllograph Drama, Pastime
AT LARGE HI
Bloodhounds on Trail of Men
Who Escaped From Guards
at Clay Pit; No Trace of
Fugitive Culinary Artists.
(SprrtHl rurreiniileitf lu (ft Herald)
Suntu I'V, N. M., Nov. SI. Alcnrlo
Hullo, an old Mexico Mexican, sent
up from MeKlulcy county for assault
with Intent to murder, and Kplmoulo
Montoya or (Irani county, serving
a penal sentence lor wielding a dead
ly weapon, escaped from tho statu
prosou convict gang ut the clay pit
whero they wero with others working
under guard, yesterday afternoon. A
posse Is on their trail with blood
hounds. They wero last seen sev
enteen iiiIIch north of Hanta Ie,
making for the mouulaliiH,
No trace has been found of tho
two cooks who mudo a getaway from
tlie penitentiary early In tho week.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY,
WANTKD Experienced chamlmr
iinild; good position for right
party. Apply at Ht urges' hotel.
WANTUD- To borrow $3,000, Itoom
1M N. T. Annljo building.
"Mary lu Htngeliind," third edition
of story, "What Happened to Mary."
- -Crystal tonight and tomorrow.
New Pictures I'astlmo and Crystal.
uoxui ami et.
1 MOHECON C
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