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Our Suits and Overcoats
never look at all like the
kind the other fellow
wears. Each garment
i has the appearance of
havincr been made just
1 for the man who wears it.
And the prices are right
Bros. & Co.
218 W. Central
ALBUQUERQUE, H. X.
I Hot Springs
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! FAYWOOD HOT SPRINGS
SANTA FE TIME TABLE.
KffcctlvN July 1, 1911:
Mo. i, cm i:x.
IO, I, Col Mm. .... I0:r.b a
No. 7. Mux A On I Kx 10.10 p
No. t. Col Kuflt Mull 11.10 p
No. 2, Tour Kx
No. 4, Urn.
No. 8, ICHNt Kb....
No. 10, Ovurland K
RI rio Trains
No. 109, Mex lSx...
No. 117, El Paao Kx
No. 110. K C A Chi
No. lie. K C Chi
ttbawell, Ctovio end
Ill, Peco Ex..
No. SIS, Alburj Kx..
P. J. JOHNSON, Agent.
flOSWKMi-VAUGIW AtTO UNB.
(Out sm V, U. Mall.)
17M noiwell , 10:10 a. m.
AittvtM Vaughn S:SI p. m.
LtftVca Vaughn dnlly.,., t:it m. ra
AitlvM Itoawall 1:90 p. m
(Ato welta until 10:00 a. m, for
ArriTftl of K. P. & S. W. train Tfo. )
Vara aba way. 110. Bound trip. til.
2C0 lb, toffftts carrlad (r; xom
U$9X9, fS.ie per 100 lbs. Bff4
tut to X.BS0 Mm rrfe4.
. fidVBMtloM mad at VaugMa wlttl
turn, P. A . W. sm& 9aU F train
On Jtldsy, thfc S2d day ot Knverr
114. at 10 o'clock s in.. In
Itml of tho City Jail, on .North BabtV4rnad tho pofiuUt decUlon
fe. ii i . i i . m .it . a . . ft.... j a . . I - .
vim. Mmi! i win Mil u'w uru,p
Hbottt) uln yr Oil: wm
i uluiail AAA rtAimilV tirniffti(f rtfl
W W'tMWj hoof of right hind foot
ympfm vii ijiiiu irci.
WHIUOH, City Marshal.
"Fighting Italian," Who It
Scheduled to Go
With Bill PettuiltyMa?
Night Is a Great Battler.
Tho Aiin'i i'T.,iif. tight funs are- dls".
playing tin gn-.uust I liter et in (ho
scheduled ten round huttlo betwoon
Tony t'nponi of 'hr ago. nnd 1)111 Pet
tus, of 1 1 j -1 " r ' i j . which Is to hap
pen in tin' i:!kv theater nuxt Monduy
nlKht, Tiir fu mi iciillzo that never bo
fnro tiuM ) imlitcrs of Hiii-ti tull tire
flieon brought together In the stute.
Cnpnni In .i IiikIi i Iiim battler anil It In
quite ii iiiin.r in Director Murk
Levy's i.i i' Hi'it IiIn chili wiih able to
In ml ii iii.in if miiiIi ruiiutiillon for a
local iiit '.iimiil in known hiiiomk
tlio li.xi rs ,ih "Tho FlghtlllK Dago."
Horn Mil. .iti pitrcrilfiK'i In Ht. 1'iiUl,
Minn in :.', fupnnl In 30 yours old.
It Am i.'.t i, niii ri wiih I'i'i yours "ill
thill I , In K. ill til light (IN ii i-ro-
f. ttnlnti ii Mi a on IiIn IIk'Hn 'niiKiiit-
r 1 1 1 iiinl I' M'lly for four yearn and
Hm tin n ri i ignlr.eil ii H olio (if Iho ii I If
tmtllirx llu nilxi.il thlliKH with tlio
licet nun in I Ho game. Hilly KhodcH,
Hiiro Kii). Hilly Papko, Htnnliy
A'ctclii I, Ktlille McOoorly. -Iin Flyno
nnd sum l,nmfinl u ml n bout of
others CiiiiiiiI'h lust light wiui In Ht.
,loHiiih, Mo, several weeks ago, when
hu unii In thieo i'miihIn from Hay
1'rlttiN In lint underestimating Cn-
pom's hkiii or experience, nut in we.
in out confident mini In tlio world Unit
)m will hunt tin Hull. in. I'nttiiN re-
Hi' on IiIn superb physical condition
to withstand tim homing thtil hn no
iiiKn Ciiiioni win Kiw iilin, or try t"
Klvn him. In tiit, early rounds. Pel
Iiih lutM hlH hnirl In lh huttlo against
Ciiponl nnd expects to win not later
limn tlm clKlith.
(jllbert mid Kt4Tii.
Tlio iii'rttiin now bothering the fol
low of tlin lightweights, nN far aN
Alliiiiiiiriiir faiiH in concerned, In
llin uiiery iih to whether Manuel
Hlt r i. better known iih "kl.l" Stern,
fu ii put over a knork out on Kid Oil
hull of 101 I'iihii. ritcrn and Ollnnrt
are to IlKht eight rounds to a duels
Ion an (ho seml-wlntl up lo thu Cuponl
Peltus let iHc Stern In iih fust iih
lightning hi I'1" ring anil ..hn demon-
slratcil thai ho htiH what vr fiiW
flKhti-rN Iiiivi a kick III IiIn foruaim
If Htcrti can llnloh tHlb't iuckly, liu
will lniM' proven I '"it there In iI.ihh to
IiIn work. Kor (llllicrt In touted iin a
baltler of hijiiid reputation, who liaH
llnlKhid llrnt In inimy u twiinty munrt
AiIiiiInhIoii tlio Kami'.
Th piU-eN for tho f'apoiil-I'eiltiN
nIiow next Moniluy nlKht will remain
tho Hiiine iin UNlial. HcvcntJ -live, a dol
hir. n dollar llfty. and two for tho
rlllRHllle Hl'lltN. Tho Neat niiIk will hi -
Kin at MittNon'H Katunla.
DAY'S NEWS OF SPORT
HOT OFF THE WIRE.
l.oulNllll Ky. tlulllel.ler .l..ho 1.
lliiyilen, It wiih unnounced lui nlKht,
will nmnuKu tho IouIhvIIIc iii of
the. American UHSoclntloii under tt
New York. Thu I'lilti d Htate
won tho iniurnuiionni iirwiu nnu
Jump at III" horno rninw iai iukih
anil Alfred Vanilcrlillt won the Nlllll
ehiillenuo cup content for the tiuru
year In micriwNlon with IiIn Hlr JainoH,
thi-rnby tnklnK iiohnchhioii oi uio
trnnhv. vului'd at IKftO. The lauor
vi!Ut wan conllned to iiiimteiiri drlv-
InR their own hornoH attached to
rlKN. William I'. Kearney, drlvlnit
IiIh Npleiidld black Mallloti Triumph,
wan hIvcii Hocond prlxo.
New York. A youna omntour
hoxnr full dead In tho rliif hero lat
nlaht hoforo u blow had town mruok.
Krcderlclt Murtcn, u. clurk, 1H yr
old. had put on tltn kIovon ror an ox
hthltton hout with Thomim HoIhicn. a
driver, 10 yuan old. Marten was
wulklns to tltn renter of the rliiK I"
Bhuko hundN when he reeled and fell
uftnlnht llolineH. llolini'H thotiKht
Slorlen wiin JoklUK uinl hIiiimmI him
UNldc. He fell to the floor (lend.
A hoNiillul nhviiliiiiu dei'larnd that
ilcuth wiin dun to heart failure In
iluecil hv exrllomcnt MolmeN wiin
held on a technical liiurue of homl
Now York. Chnrli'N I.udoux.
French luiiilamwclglit champion, nut
pointed Uuttllnx Iteddy of Kurloni nil
through their tun-round built horo.
The Prcnuhnmn carried on a wild,
ruthlng fight. NwJnelnii' blindly with
right and left, und 'the local boxer
Kpent tnritt of hla tl.rrto covering or
running awny. In tho tenth the vla
itor (or a a moment had Hoddy
groggy. Iteddy recovered and iin
lined atri jy
ThJludelphla. Jack MeCarron out
fodgtit (lllibons of fit. Paul In a idx
roVInd bout here Imt night at tho
National Athletlo club. Cllbbona
dhowed mor aclance, but appeared
oJroautlODa, while MoCarron, by
forcing thai tlghtlnc through the bout,
mue ra many awing qui ocqiodui
- jysinrjdetl hard
. '!Mty. In liVt!(ind." third edition
or tory,' "What'UappMted to Mary."
Crystal tonlfUt and tomorrow.
To a .Deciaton
The most important bat
tle ever scheduled in the
Southwest, with the light
ship of the Western states
1 Gaponi lins lost only to
the topnotchers, Papke,
Ketchcl, Langford and
Pcttus holds a popular
ten round decision over
will be for 8 roundB
of El Paso
No M. A. C.
i.75c, $1, $l50t
QfB -Population oi
SEbwmrlfilfe In Report to1
AHfat ?Rrtaaae k Boiti
3 'Bltlrnlri, Wdr.-'No-. so.Thc re-
Inort of tho committee on reformatory
work nnd" parole, to the American
w.ii , .i . .....
"wn auRocianon, wnicn rccemijr
field a congreN In tills ity. wnt rna'd
by Prank Mooro of Itiihway,. N, J,,
clmlrmnri of thj commltti''. Tho'ro
port wn In part ai foil-wi" '
' The report of thu iim.N bureau oh
tho prison population -f the United
.Stiitea, published Devciniier 30, 1911,,
shown aomethfng of in.w ureat the
irlmlnnl fjuettlon U wlt,i which the
American Prbiort anNix-iiitlon ha to
tdeal, Tltn ratio of nrlnonera on Jnn-
uury 1, 1810.' w ii; to ouch 100,000
of our population, white the ratio of
'commitment! during innt year wn
!532 to each 100,000 el' x-n. Thus It
appuara that nt tho Ix'smnlnK of the
year lain one perrn om "f every o
greeted the new yenr in prlnon, and
tnat during the Mne inr for every
190 pcrinna In our t t f population
thoro wan one' prUon commitment.
Tlio entire number innilned during'
tho yenr waa 479,73 Thla number
M (treuter thnn the ii"ui itinn of tiny
one. of ten ntntcx, and it ix larxur thnn
Iho combined population of the four
states: Wyoming, Ncv.idi, Alaska and
"from thu cunnuN it iIno apiioiirN
that there Is an Incre.ini In thu num
ber of Ihoxo who lire luinx eommllteil
ot pnn'il Institutions. Tin. ohiihuh of
1890 nhowa 106 prlsmnrs for every
100.000 population, the erniUN of 1901
NhowN 100 6-10, white 'lie census of
1910, an already stated. In 'i!, Tho
census of Kngland for I M0 nhows 185
tried In courts for evur tno,000. while
our census shown n;j netiially Im
prisoned for tho same number.
"The first month an "ffendnr In In
custodial care is thu init vital part
of IiIn confinement. Dm Ins; that Hum
It In of tho utmost tmpurtauea that ho
should bo completob iNuluted from
the rent of tho population. The re-
celvlnic ward In tho mum valuable tsrt
of an liiHtllutton; not us a mcaiin
of provrnllng contmiloUN discuss
from ftprcndlntr, not that It may
bo used for the Instruction of the In
mate In tho rules ami spirit of thu
Institution; thesu tire both needful,
but tho necessnry thlux nbovo every
thing else In that It should become
a pHicholoi'lenl laborat"is. where not
mnly the mental alillln of the Inmate
should ho carefully determined, hut
where the hidden Necrets that lie back
of the crime he committed shall ho
discovered. Here In tin recelvinx
ward tho phyHcnn."tho psycholoalst
unil thu wise (llsclpluiiirlan tho uui
cer of kednest pclfeptlnll. are all
needed to dlNiovNr fltn very taproot
of the man's evil deoils In order thot
his aMslt?r.ment to wrk may be wls,
tho dlHclpllnii lo hi- admlnlstereil to
him Just, mid so In thu end thu man
After druwIiiK attention to noiiio of
tho tpeN of offenders who prenent
special mental nnd tihyslcnl illltlcul
tleN, and review Hue the exUtlUK meth
oiIn of reforinutory work. Mr. Moore
took up the iUestlotl of parole. He
snlil that HOiue persons tinlnied
icr cent, nthcrs 7fl pi.'r cent, and sllll
others S7 per cent of paroltd prison
ers make is-iinil. He iiioted olio In
vestlRator iin follow n:
" "1 Iielleve that 2 ft per cunt of the
boys paroled make a greater averaKo
of .iin csx than .H iiuidu by the pe'i,iio
In the liasM from which they come.
Thin ts imio to the trrlnlnpt iml
pruparution he Ki t at thu Instltutlnn.
Another sr, per i ent make good to
tho extent of hwiu free, from crime
und can tic liiHNiileil us Rood cltixutts,
stiBtalnlm; the reiutlons of llfo In a
creditable manner. Another 25 per
cent are mure or less on tho rnKKcd
edsse, havltiK a illsposltlon to minor
vices and hnrileHiiK often on criminal
conduct. From t.ils class muny a to
returned to the institution for a hoc-
oml coinmumeiit Tho last 2t pr
cent uro feehh minded, degenerate
siieclmenN of the race. It would bo
better for them and for society If thev
were under some modified system of
humiinu'TeHtralnt that would prevent
them from eulerinu Into the complex
relations of clwiixutlon nnd repmduc
Ing their kind I believe,' says he.
at the very least 00 per cent arc
cupahlu of reformation and Into de
velopment of excellent cltlxensnip.
New Kchrme to Bell Attple.
1 Kansas City, Mo . Nov. 80. A brand
new scheme, to boom tho apple mar
ket wns conceived last night by a
number of produce, men who tarried
In the lobby of tho Hotel IJaltlmore
after tho monthly dinner of tho Kan
wis City Fruit (.ml Prtducd club, to
nlnn Itlmten upon the lately advanced
theory that an apple diet la a euro for
rheumatism. Whatever the general
publlo may think about the triad, the
ii rod u co man were In earnest about It,
r linvii II frr,M rtn1 nOthorltleS
that the oulcktit wAv to cure rheu-
matikm is to put tho patient, upon a
diet consisting principally offtpplto."
aid It. Harry Jones (of tho (JIHWOhla-
Johos 'Fruit company,
. i -ia ii. A 4 t.'ij. .Wi
bmy own experience that
Kaough nptiles usedl" I
ls that we form a ' commute,'
tin la ntattnr lifi.r all nurflona IntSf-
'iiled In anv wnv In nnnte nroductlon
Bar the ntiDle truiln. rauie A Dttbllcltf
Trii'n.t nn.l I...... ..'m amttMlkPtt' "nt
education. One person la' four suffers"
n tinge of rhoumntls'rn' npnr ana tnsn
nnd what he needs Is a high graaa
"Oiltt vour L 1,1,1 In illrirStert Otlfl
of tho group; "you ddn't .mean to'
"1 mean Just that,,,;iiaJ4''r, Jone
"Here's u chance to. Wnsni numan
Iti and InorenM theiidsmAnd for on
ofionf prdducis. liiT8t.r,i'u"y,M
i'irhe' pUiers promt
niWd,i Mok ii
if It's filler ith Prirk'Afcfi
fMiwufar its ideNfrntoi arowa
ariar Wijllcldus flavor,4 Yiii -eaK;
siiiokt) it 'in any icompo to
Understarid (his: It fsn'hHc pipe,
it's Hit. tobacco, that pokes the
srlwtet Prince Albert is the err
brand every min cart ierfjby tdtht)
verv limit, because it ivoi''bltc
the tongue! The sting Is cut out
by a patented process.
Just watch crowds of men any
where I See how many smoke
pipcsl Prince Albert has doubled
the number of pipe smokers!
You pet a jimmy pipe, too, and
dig out some fun for yourself.
You never even dreamed ol such
tobacco as Prince Albert I
Washington Dispatoh Says
Indians Are to Go Free and
Return to Mountains of
Arizona and New Mexico.
WiiHhinKtiin. Nov. 21. After twon-
y-slx years of captivity as prisoners
f war a band of i'7H Apache tnilhin
raiders und wiirrlom nro to ku fruo
ml In addition recelvo mi approprl
Hon of $250,000 for such distribu
tion as tho war department may di
rect. And In that brief news Horn
there am wrapped many thrills und
the fading romance, of tho bounding
This hand of Indian prisoners was
captured by (Icncral Luwton, a noted
HooNler soldier who wiih killed in tno
Philippines, nnd (lunernl Miles, a
iravu Indian lighter, after a chase
of thousands of miles. 'Witt nun 11 was
hunted Ilko wMlves, hut when oucu
Intrendhed In mountain labyrinths tho
Indians fought Ilko demons and were
only dislodged by actual starvation.
Ho, broken In spirit, their wnrllku
natures crushed by civilisation ud
vance, the romnantN of the 'blued
thirsty warriors that made Oerjfcilthp's
name a terror throughour. fvoxin
America may tie restored' tdVWir
mountain fastnesses in New
and Arlsona. Many of the old
whose bands left u trail of bloodWd
biasing homesteads across tho south
western frontier, have paused on. Uut
their children, nnd the children or
othor warrloVs. born prisoners of war.
have remained so all these years,
The Indian spirit has been humbled
and the brave who wore so proudly
the painted face, foothors and furs
now wears government brogans
store clothes" and a celluloid collar.
Twentieth century apparel has done
Its deadly work.
It Is difficult to conceive of the
change In this Apnche tribe. These
Indians,1 according to all frontiers
rht)W, ware the most savage 'of -y
tfiba on the American continent
?hw ehUdran yer brought Hip to
innict tno most nenatsn rutity on
aurnD animals, ana wncn inoy ivcro
men they slew and tortured for the
tftsra sattaract on or lnntcttntr nam
rjtheral Miles himself, In 0n tit hit
books ou Indian fighting, declares the
ferocity, cunning and endurance or
qeronlmo's band have never besn sur
passed in tne nnnais or savaa me
Ort one raid thl band traveled more
than 1200 mllea In four weeks' leav
ing a crimson trail of blood In Its
tynkf, massacring settler And burn
lnif llu..' 1 n i.r'.".
It was aonrrali Mllea whit brat, tho
fUriiana nl ihatr nvii mmn ThroUXh
lth.UM of emoke Arcs tho "Apftchea
Paste this in your Imtl
You'll be as happy over Prince Albert rolled into a nifty cigarette as you arc
over it In a jimmy pipe.
P. A. as a cigarette is a revelation lo men who have suffered with the free
running (Hs.-hraiuls for years. Why. it's got flavor and fragrance that no
other tobacco ever equallcil. Just you Jraw in a mouthful and see how cool
and delicious it is. We'll take a chant; on your little O. K.
Hay P. A. rvttywherm in th loppy Se rmd bag,
' tidy 10c rtd tin and pound and half-pound humidor.
ML J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY
Winston-Salem. N. C
were uble to mIkiuiI tho various bands'
a Krent distance awa. (leiiernl Mllesi
put the hclloHiai.l" )Ne,,.yNtubllshlng
signal stations mi Iho mountains, and
was nt last able to outwit tleronlmo.
Ocriuilmii nnd Ills hand were cap
tured several time , but would never
"stay put." After a fierce warfare
by Cerieral Law ton nnd ileiicral
Miles tho liiiml was surprised mid cap
tured In July, list), Lieronlmo eseap
Iiik. Later he cftme In und surren
derud, and he and his warriors were
rcnmxctl to Klorlda and later tu a
western, reservation. With 'ho fri'7
Irifc of these Indian the last prison
ers of war held In the t'nlted Htatc.s
are liberated and with thorn kocn the
kiury f the fioiitlcr ilnjs.
MI'i: IN COM! KTOItAUK.
Miincow, Nov. 20. I'rofosNor Ilnkh-
metlefr of Muscoiv university linn
iroved that niiliniils tuny be frozen
allvo mid then reNUseltated withoui
he slightest harm, according to an
article by Professor Kalln In the
'ItusNiikofr SIovo ' of Moscow. Tho
first experiment wore mado with cold
blooded animals and Inserts. Mutter
IIIch won enclosed In a vessel con
taining u'r at a temperature of ton
degrees br'ovv xero, KlironlHit. I no
body lluuln immedlatoly froxo hard,
I i,l ail
PI111 1 if
aw- Ja.tl; 1
all vital action censed, and. In ordl
narj- phrONeohmy. tho buttcrlllcH wuri
rrftrfill tfi ileath.'
,'rofessor Makliometleff' dlslovercd.
huwevor. that by slow and carotul
warming tho Insects could bu rostorud
Htnlo or Ohio, city of Toledo, IiUcas
Frank J. Cheney makes outh that,
ho Is senior partnor of tho firm of
F. J. Cheney & Co.. doing buHlncss In
tho City of Toledo, County and Stato
nforcsuld, und that said firm will pay
tho sum of ONH 1IUNDUKD DOL
LAIlH for each nnd every case of ca
tarrh that cannot be cured by tho
uhu of HALL'H CATAHItll CUMH.
f FltANIC Ji CH13NUY.
Hworn to before tno and subsorlbud
In my presence, thlH Cth day of Do
cember, A. D. 1886.
(HUAL) A. W. ai.HAHON.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Ih taken Inter
nully and acts directly upon tho
blood anil iuucouh surfaces ' of tho
system. Kend for tcHtlinonlulHfroo.
V. J. CHUNKY Jlc CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists, 7ric.
Take Hall's Futnlly Fills fur consti
writes us that he warms his
nilk-wagon on raid days
with a Perfection Oil
He makes his rounds
lln comfort Zero weath-
ler doesn't bother him.
This milkman hoa
adapted, this wonderful
little heater to his own
You may not drive
m0k-wSon, bat therp nrp
countiM wk&hfn whi?h
Ult, O Jt.-J'. M.