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Swastika
All kiW of WOqd
ARE CHARGED
WITH LIBEL
" -
Me
HiEBS IH OF
rf - E
2,4
mmm
pinsoN.
STRIPES . .
. Ja'J
MARK
CROSS
r ,
1 . ' 'T !
1
If .
Mi
i
h
u7itorork, then put bomb at van
mm t'urtn of (lit- city iin'd lilftw tho
whole limn off the niup. The 'peoplo
OII think (here hurt been another
4rthiiukn rlmlliir to thu una at Han
J'trinclnco.' "
Mi'MnnlKiil then described hi going
H Detroit with Jmne U. McNamnra
tf blow up four Job hhiJ thblr arreat
there, which prevented the "wholesale
i-xpliiKlotir," which wcro noon tu be
tarried on I. ha Bald.
Aflcr wo wcro urreuted In Detroit,
unit while no tveru on the train going
! (IiUhko. Jamr II begun to yell
iionit buliiK kidnapped," euld McMnn
ikm! "Juy lllddlnger, u (.'IiIciiro de
t"ine, had u handcuffed. J. B. of
i n il lilddluger $C,000 tu lut un e-
epe. lilddingcr refused. Than J. It.
i. !) th amount to 130,000, naylng
hi- uould get tho amount frohi J. J.
,M Nutnmn. tin mild If ntddlriRcr did
m.i lit un off thu train there would tin
ii x-uiK nulling for him ul Chicago and
I hl- WoUld gut llllll.
Tlion J. II. Mild to lllddliiKor: 'If
u don't iiihc the t:io.ono iMnrcnee
Iwrrnw will get It, for wo will huvo
Harrow.'
".I. II. IwKgod lilddinger to allow
the to go or to nllow my wife tit go to
Indlmiupull lo iiiraiiKu to procure Hid
monuy. I wild 1 didn't want my wlfu
mixed In II.
"At Chltmgo wo with taken tu tho
tnun of lletoftlvo llcml, J. II. Hcnt
un 1 reminded him Hint tu- had
Hit me and wan allowed to talk lo
iiilkul too much on tin- trhln, that he
had told tho detective tho Unn All
cxpIomIoii wiik I'lttiHed by Ktm mid,
Hi. ri.nti. liu Im.l hIiowii hi; know too
ino Ii. Id' mid ho would deny all
Duil. Il imki'd mo what wn should
do. I iiuhvuibiI. Ktiry nmn for him-
aell.
"William J. Hum - tint 't dfo mc
mill I m.iilii ii rli'nti hri'iiM of It to
lilm. Ijtti'i, In Ima AiiK"l''H, I told tho
iiuliiorlihK my whol morv."
Hiiiuilor Kurn thin ln-mn tm ox
mnliilm: MuMmilKul.
MuMaiilKiil t"tllli'd Unil JinifM II
Mi'.N'miiara admlttwl hi' w.inti'd lo kill
him (.MuMmilKul) In ihi- Wlm-iintln
AiiOllK
JiiilK"' Andi-mon aiiiiuiiii fd hi
umihl not liici ttJiKc tho bond uf uihui
tfi nilnnlK and would "inir tin nm
unii for th,. iirivfunt.
"II r u iilcimnrn to tell you Unit
Chiuuhvrliiln'H CmiRh Iteinody Im th
bent ooiiKh ini'dldno I huvo ;vii
iiHi'd," wrlli. Mm. HiiKh CiuniibMI.
nf Uivonlu. (in. "I havo umnl It
with all my children nd thu rtmiltH
linvo IxU'ti highly natltifiictory." l or
fciilu by nil druKBlit Adv.
Try Herald Want Ada for
quick result.
AU ye want ef th
aity U iehstt yok can
get out of it, and not
what you can oo for
it.
Coral Glyce and D. A. Mcpher
son Haled Before Judge
Craig on Complaint of JDoo
tor Colbert.
DEFENDANT3T0 HAVE
HEARING NEXT FRIDAY
cbarK"! vr... i.ininal llbet. Coral
Cl'i.. ). i. "I'- r uf tho Morning
Join in. i .ui'i ii pilviiii' fo Mm.
(Si'orKc I'nimU' 'i.d Ii. A. iliicplicr
oii. r ti'i ti t ..I Un- Journal Pub
IIkiiIHK "loi'iiti., with haled bi'foro
JinlKi- itiiIk Hum inurnliiK. The com-
lilalni iii tl ihi i xvMirn lo it Dr.
J. W. f"Ti nt thin idly. Warrant
witi' t IM 'I Salunlay nlnlil by '"hlcf
of I'..Ih. ,. .M .lllit. Ni'llliiT or tho
di'fi'ii'i.iii'n rt'T,. ri"imri.il i kIvi; ball.
.IiiOi..- ''i.iik ' 'iiilliiui'il tlif hisarliiK
mini it Krliln iiliiTnoon.
Till' ' im l'i'' null nun. of tin pull
lUti"M a ftory In t In- MomliiK'
Iourn.il '.r Noviriibi'r 17, undiT I In
Jitii'lliiz "-'iindal MonKiT lenient."
.No ii iiii- n aro UMid In tllf arllrlf up
on i i u tin.' complaint In I ' I
l. i, -'imiiHTit llurkluiri. liKiii ad-l.-.
i li numor Mi'lJoiiuld, Inii lii'iri
M'tni'i' I '"f Ibo iWmimc, rtn'li' lr.
Colin ii :i iinilnyi'il .Mi. Kiiii.'im I;.
Wim.'I, ' ' in llrm of .Marn.ii .iiid
Woi"'. i" l "'K aftlT III Uili-i -f t-
'li,i. j. ii'.n li broimiii iiiiOi r ilu
Ncvn .Mi x Ii'" I la. . In li 'iH llml
liu' i. i in i'k''. lati-r ii'iii'iili'd and
ro-l'llll' l"l III I!l0. Till' M'nllllll.'M
proviili.l f i.ttinii of tbu prnlH-
lnny ut i, .I- .i' t aif tiiii'M of not Ichm
than tl'i r niori. than 2,0nn or
imiiricoiioii'in in nin"iiiii"i )
to fXi it (' M.im m both mich llln-rt
and lniiiii-"iiiii.'iii
AotonliiiK i.i mi.iiih'n Wood lb.
wnrriitilH i.rn out only nfi' i
rcpfllti'il ffloilf liml bi'i'll lllllill) to '.
wn a ri-im. ii'.n "t Ihi- ulli'Bid li.
JurluiiH iiriH ii
Ahkiol u a II. niid ifioitor for in
vitmIoh of Un- .if". Mr. Wood mini'
thn follov mi; - t iti in- nt .
"Whllf ui- Ihim' no (U'Hlrc to
thl iniillir in tl.. u"WHiapcr, U "
hoi fair In Hl.i'r that lllthoUKll I"
I'olbi'rt Im tin- i "'iii'lallilnir wlliii't
and tho libel im .IiukiiI to liavo bfi n
'ommlllfd iiKiiUiHi bun. It wan rfiiii"
itroiiKht nt tin- il. ioand of hi wlf-.
Mr. t'oUifri. ami for tho purponu or
'IffflidlnK tho ri pulutlon of the worn
mi tin unil In Hi., nrlh'li) u 'tho uld
IIH ' ThlM lllll) llllppUUH IO III' Oil!'
r Mm I'olbiit'H ilciiri'tit frleudM ami
my ii 1 1 cut ion ami iniirlfiiy ahown her
n Ur. Colbi-it uiim but follouliiK hlM
wlf ii'ii wIhIii-m unil tier own ruHtoin
ii'foru nhii went to I'ullfornla to pur
Hiif hor miiMlPUl iitudlfM.
tin Mm. Colberl'H iituin lo thu
it Friday ulie wnnt to both the man
iiKer and tin1 mtPli'ly edllor ot the
Moinlny Journal and told them the
article, wn i.'htlreU fultn' and wltboul
foundation mid nnka-il ilietu in jukII'i'
to Hid , riiputiltlon of it diifeiiMiilenH
wimwlili wT4V4H hwiiitr ofrber
own fainllj to r'ilrnrt or d.xnvow the
llbeloua artliic. The refum-d f do
ao, affertlnK not tu Unow who their
own article whh liiti nil.il lo appH to.
I'ulllliK lo Kel ali MallMfactlon,, l'.i
aurh meaiiM lllere wan left onlj the
Jalleriiatue of reiuulnliiK Mlleiit and
inereit) Kive iiiior "I iriiiu to iiie
vlle Htory, or llKhl for tin- reputailou
of fiiinilN and frleiidn In the only ivnj
provllleil hy law. Mm. Colbert III
alMled that I lie llKhl he miide ami Unit
her hiiMhainl iih the only mini lnv..he'l
inake it The doctor, of i oiiih' . re-lll'l-l"
the llllpleilMmil liolorletv Hl.it
iiiiihi iiimlt to hi fulfill) iiiiiI their
frleml I iiiiii IIiIh colli He, hill liu- latt
Win. .ie Ule article Ih .1 "iinili
iiiiiI .mil be dealt with ullh .. . Ino
an. I li ih left no 11 1 1 -r 1111 1 v . . ,inl. mm
In .'.11 wllllns to ll'IIM' til. ic iiiiiI'
1. 11. 1. 1 Did ho do that ui"i 1 ib
111. iiiiihinui'f h he would Hid". 1 im in
He .oiilfiupt of tint commuii't '
Socialist leader Thus De
scribes Predicament as He
suit of Federal Indictment
in Kansas.
RENEWS CHAEJ3ES ABOUT
LEAVENWORTH OFFICIAL
Or l-rmr4 Wlr to KvealB llrralit)
Terre llnilte, Ind., .Vin :Ti I.u
Wuu V. Dcbn, Indicted b the fuln.'il
Krand Jury nt (Ilrurd. Kan , Kntuid-tt.
npfieared nt IiIn home loilii). refiiiniK
the report that he hud xtnrted for
Tort Heoii, Kan . on hearliiK of tb
IikIIi Imenl. HpenklliK of the enxe,
DeliM mii Id
"TIli'M" InilklllielltM are n.ine.1 nil .in
InfiimiciM liu. There una nevel un
in. 1 1 1 v the oltleera of the Appeal
lo Ite.iho 1 . . .11 1 ' lllieuM '"
leave un) w h 1 1 I n.i.- litl 'a 11
thi) candidate n the worklliK cl.i--for
thn preMldi'in y. I aiippoHi I in
now bo the candldale of 11 ini lulei'.
cliiMa for thu penitentiary. Were the
whole truth (old about 1 onilui'.hx in
the Cor I lA'aveliw-oilli itIkjii till,
world would aland UKhaat "
REBELS- THREATEN
TO AGAIN TAKE
BORDER TOWN
Wagonload of Provisions Des
tined for Salazar's Raiders
Captured by United States
Troops.
; llr Urmtnl Wlr lit KTrnlns tlvratd)
V'.iblnKion. Nov an Three waa
j . n I..,iih ol prut hiloiif beliiK carried
r Die Mexican horde r from Co-
linn hut., N. M., lor the line ol Oeli
"t.il Xala.ar'M rebel tureen were cap
1 u 1 11I and urn beliiK held b General
Sicet cr, coiiiiniiiiilliiK l"orl DIInn.
TexaM, win. today reported I ho fact
to the war department.
The plot ImIoiim were In eharKO of
1 "it lit Auloulo l.iura. a rebel, tvlio la
win to haw- puii-hiiM'd them In Co
luuiliiiH f It li money furnished hy
llniUe iloine.. one of Ha la xar'a hench
men.
(lelieial Kleever leporteil thai
Ocncral Hiiliiziiin, who Ih adtanrliiK
wpilfji'iiif (inoiHeK.' hna rfoi'lartil ho
will cViitorc thai town In lle daya,
mid will he in .Juarez within luenty-
lite 1I11.VH.
The (Slilpacllii lallill III I Kl ril II Kit,
owned by Ann-I h nli, Iiiim ullaln bevn
cm k'td hi febela.
UNCLE SAM UPHELD
IN DECISION By
E POPE
JUD8
NEW HATS
Imported Soft Hats
in all t)ic new rough
effects, Alpine or
Telescope.
$2, $2.50, $3, $3.50
Knox Derby - $5.00
Stetson Derby $4.00
j.ajlory Derby $3.00
NEW HAMPSHIRE IS
Ei
HOUECL
SAYS AUTHOR
Irrigation Companies Must
Take Out Permit Before
Constructing Tunnel in Na
tional Forest.
1 1) I M-cl Wlri) In IIu'iiIiik lloraldl
I tenter. Colo., .Nov. 26. Allorneya
"I me Koteriiiiieiii mid tho Henry
On Irrliiiitlon projeiit wore nnlllleil
todey Unit P'oilcral JuiIko W. II.
I'ope of New Mexico hud handed
down a dcleloit,- holdlnK that Urn
mil a
tunnel
thniUKh ii national forcau The de
cImIoii upholda thu contention of the
Winston Churchill in Albu-
nuernnc Todnv nn Wnv to lrnK"'on nroinblera inunt talio
4ucniiit iouny on way iu lWHlil H,lun coma rut-thin the
n A 1 . 1 A. T I- . I m . ....
ohihh jDiiroura; rouiics run
. m.i. w. iii. ViflHIII I.fifUn IIIIT tlJIIieiltlllll III IHI
time VltU Him, AlthOUgJl Riivurnmonti The null wiih heard be
a Reiniio flti ,oru Jtiaifo" I'ope, who mil In (he fed-
a. ociiuuB uuc. t,ruj t.ourl ,n, (r ,tlllt pur,,,,, At-
torneya for the irrlKiitloii company
On IiIm way from Cornlah. N. II.. any they will appeal to the aupremo
In Bantu. Ilurhara. Cul.. Winston court.
Churchill, one of the heat known uu-, The lleurjlyn projiA-t nicd on
nor in America, pamcn turoiiKii ai- iner m ine exient or 700 ruble fuot
buiiuenjuo today, Mr. Churchill on the Wiiiiiiiiim I'ork of tho Qrutid
Hitinoa tcrcut pruminenco uuriuit inn rn.r, uiin tin- plan of tunatructlnR a
lout aoVijrnl yeura becaum! of bin luunei Uirouuli ihe muuntitln rungo
IdentlflwiUiih with u nntv deal In poi- mid briiiKliiK the water to thu fiut-
mea in nvv uiimpMinro. no im inu . ru xiope lor IrrlKatUill pliriionoH. A
nun wiih iieHao in ivun in pm in. iierinu in lonatrut't tha. tunnel hua
lloitou ft Malhn rullroail comblnu- hcen held up for tbroo i'PUfal
.in nut in nit' i'iijii nit i kuiiic. aim
who run for aoteriior of thu at a in on
the I'roKrcHflv e lu kel In Noveniliei.
roceivliiK nboiii 2i) per cent of thu
Kli.OOo voiia curl. Mr Churchill
write one l.onii ten inn yeum. Illal ,.,, ., , . ,, , , .
moMt iioied hook me: "Tho Cl-!, J" niiynoldic In Uiu dlatrlut court
ehrliy." "Ilichiiril Curvol" "Tho ,0,"Jr urunota for mid
CrlMlM" "Mr CrewiV rariier" ' I "Kullt th IMUIUHJHI of W llliintlu intin
"I believx. wo' ihrokon ut. tho 'mprtllnk tho hourd or r iiumllon
mni bl e In n' 'i n ..h.r.U., i" TP MqKliiloy count, to revoke a
clurud Mr. Churchill tmluv. "Ifa "cf3',,0 !" "V."' v"" 'a operut
ivii uu iiiiiiiii uiniit
COAL COMPANY ASKS
FOR MANDAKU9 TODAY
I.... ..." ... IIIH H BWIUUII uunr lllll l lllll II I -inn
hiii, uiii wn uiu nil . ,....i.- ,. .
our way now. Thn I'rnirrelvfc or-' ""'"."' . .'".''.""";. oi mil-
. .- - " . . . inn. 1. i i.i ii ti ij.i, ...
.iiiv Ifamimhlrn lina : . "" 1
n..i.. .i.... ...
" w"" "I o'wr, xaiiiitniro iii t,unv that thn llei.tu...
jujnimeded tho old iWubllcnn party. ' Iffllon of , I'
Wa hv a atilondldilot of men of all. uWtlon of tin, law.
puny una uro
Oil I eiitn.
ttim iHauutl In
oiuawea In Ihe now
'bound' to win." i i .
Air. V'liuruniii an i a umi no ia now
worklim on u naw 1 ook, but that It
will not be published for a year.
JIJpOMUNT l llll MIIT.KV i.
, , IN Tllh HI Al (I itaop
JtidRincni wan rt'iiduritd today b)'
the cou-l In Hie umc of (ho WhUnoy
to. vemiia A W. Anaon. Ilrnno
nieckinann waa named apcclal mua-
, " ... uy - . '" ' r-'yinft-n rfm-r' J '"' """' iii uameu Hpcciai mua-
s mmmmtrtHto$t m m i m mm?
pllce.
ii 1 1 i
Tliankaittfi
Tho unnuul Think
by tho Indlf of fit. J
im held ut tho rrnl
W. McClellan. Ux
meet, ueadny. tiovi t
o'clock In tho ft
Ih ...III . ,u . - L.
w.iumv vr.ii ixi in
Thankatrtvlnr dntu
m jk !."? will aiao w
AC? amkm 'ww auv no in uaerui nnd a
.io.si:i'iiim: iiiohauuhon'
Jo.iiiilne HVcliHrdsapv ,,. mia ur
1 rulRtiud before Judau ICuynold today
und cxttiulnad ua to hrknlty. It Ih
We h-jive just received a ftll line of the celebrated Marjt
Cross Leather Novelties.
The line represents the highest grade of leather goods man
ufactured, each item exclusive in design and exceptionally at-?
tractive.
A suitable gift is easily selected for anybody from this var
ie dline. The assortment includes:
Sewing Baskets, fully Writing Sets
Collar Bags
Coat Hangers in
leather cases
Medicine Cabinets
and all reasonably priced
GLOVE SECTION, FIRST FLOOR.
equipped
Hand Bags
Gbve and Handker
chief Cases, etc.
Cigar Cases
Bill Cases
Jewelry Boxes
Stationery Baskets
Music Rolls
Special for Wednesday Only
LEATHER BANNERS
A large variety of attractive Leather Banners
with hand burned designs and wording, worth
75c each
Special Wednesday only 39c
Notion Department, i. First. Icor. ...
j
ill's,1 :.t ..ii r,-i;iJ,
af
i ,n ,, . ... t.
EX-CONiCT
15
JAILOlJiGE
OF ROfa
INU.S. MARSHAL'SCAR
IVE
LAS VEGA
i
Tom Preston is) Accused of
Burglarizing 3imiett's Cu
rio Store aifahboub's
Clpthing Esiawishment.
Clmrged wiih obllnii the Uennetb
turio uire, u;. oul Hucuild atreat,
uuu j. ai. .tiunn.uui ciotninjr atore,
iot Mouth KJrat itrwt, Tom Frcaton,
an ex convict, i in tio city lull, huv.
ng bn urreateii lt night hy fo-
iicnmun Tony (liuvu-n. Preaton waa
"n into cHHto.iy mtlia reur of Mun
delPu clotlllnir ntnrm iTn um minar.
cntly KtinrdliiK a tuyc of men'a cloth-
inv, wnicn it wt later dlacovered
had been taken rom Muhbouh'a
liUue. lahboub plicea hla I6a nt
hu. Kcurrhcd ut thf atatlon. a. amall
uh'imnls nck contalUnit a number ot
preclou moiiiis, wna1 found on Pre,
ton' poraon. A doton Indian rlnsa
were round It, .atott'a 06m, aaarch
ed todity under the. dlrelon of Chief
McMIIIIn. l'ronion olulna to huvo
oouRht tho rlna In thoSSunl moun
tulna. They tvern noallvelv. Idontl
Mod by Mr. tilll of th3ennett ourlo
na atolen from hi atorW Preaton wa
aonrop ror u year from have'ounty
un Ootobrr 23, ion, bear nt fromt
nt penuoniinry to AUfUorqUD W
work on the road. .HfwM relooaed
on floptomber jj, .11 j'rerelrinr a
month' tlmo for aood cmduct. ChUf
McMIIIIn hvllevea Priton'a nrreat
clear up the noiinaliiind MahiiouU
ronoeriPK nnd 'ho In workins o y
rlewa to Riithur In ir4toq nccom-
few hhkiaa plant.
In tea aiveri
ft'OuSW will
oHh Fourth
ffom a to
U0B4
n4 .Um
4ltrM.
Tor alA.Kfritnda 'of
AL' bim
si invuB-
UallM
ARRIVES
FRl
. i
Powerful AbbottdRejtrftit Ma
chine Brings Party in From
Santa Fe in Command of Se
cundino Romero.
United mate Mnraluil Hecuiidlno
llomt-ro arrived from Ium Vegua thla
ilurnoon In hla beuutlful now ffiy
horao power Abbott Detroit tourlnk
Cur, currying- a party of Bantu Po eel
Dbrltle who told tho uauul atory ubout
aplendld rouda all tho wuy to Her.
naltllo und chuukhotea the real of the
wuy. j
In thu purty were lllll Mnbaon, on
of the beat aulo drtvora In th atnte'l
Jack I)avl und Hon. lllll llrogun of
IJaiitu I'd, uaMocluto editor of tho Ha il
ia fu .Ndw Mexican and nhllcl()f
piniiiiKer ior tne Mania iro cuamber ot
coinmeri'c, becomliinly attlrod u a,
StuiinlnK nuw nutotnobllo coat, of a.
ellcnio Mliude of robln'a tu blue and,
ma do n tho luteal model, with lm
ftionae aheepakln nine-ounce glove,
puttee und rugulah auto can to
match. Tho coatume creuted u mild
KcnHution and hua been Immensely ud
mireu.
Mrs : Ilroann ConlerrtDlute titklmr
buck 10 onnia V 9 lonignt.
FRANCES KARRON HAS i.
r lim AtX FRACTTT1ED
France, the 10-ycur-old daughtar
if Mr. unit Mra. O. N. Marron, guar;
nlned n- aerloiie ractura of th left
arm ubove the elbow yeaterday
mnrnlnir. ua the result of on unforr
tunute fall from u blcyole, Kranca
waa rid ns the bicycle near tha Uui
rcn home, when aha fell, her Icfl-e
oo w ueingr auiocaiea una iractur
above tha elbow. A uhyalclan haul!
Hummoneil reduced the dUlcUc
4n6 tho .fnetu,r,u qulcklv apo
Hlble, tVunc Buffered great Dal
tout bore uu, bravely, Tho ,numji
Tnenaa 'of the Marron ramiijri -
alncerrlv resrot tn learn of the Ii
jury to Fmdcni .nnd hope for on
MISSIONARY SOCIETY
OF BAPTIST CHURCH
ENTERTAINS TOMORROW
Thn lluntlHt Mltulouurv Kucletv will
t'uteitalii the Indies uf tho Woiiiuii'm
Chrb-llan Tcmpi.TiiiKe union ut tho
uapiiNi eiiurch Tucaduy, Nov. ZC, ot
3 p. in. Thu following program will
bii nlven: "All Around tho World,"
Holm by union: violin nolo, horn Leu-
jiiIiik. "The Work of. the W. C. T. U.,"
.ilia. VaiiKliu; "Kducullnn of the
VnuiiK." Mis Helkej "Tho Hnruk,"
Mm. Ilealdl "Innocent," M'aa llulaey;
Inatrumulilulj aolo, Mra. Prlckett.
Kollowliiir the program nn onjoyahlo
hour will be aftent.
PERSONALS.
There la much Intercat In the forth
coming nppcurnnca hero tomorrow
nlffht of Judgo QeoTKe U. Alden, who
lecturca ut the SIIUb'. j theater on
"Needs of tho Uour.'r under tha muh
ustoinont of the nridputh Lyceum bu
reau. Judge Alden bear the reputut
tlon ot being one of the moat power
ful spcakem and enterlalnnR plat
form orutora In tho country.,
Kchool children of tho city, follow
ing' thu I'Nlabllahed ouatom, are uakvd
to bring; to auhool with them tomor
row donations for tha poor und needy
of Albuquerque, to bo handed over
by the tauohera lo the Woman'a club,
which will distribute tho glfta where,
they nre moat needed,
it waa unnouncod toduy that Grif
fith, tlie famous hynotUt who per
formed hero k couulir of vnn .nmi
to tho umonlshment of tho public will'
the Klka' thcitter December 1
Next Sunday afternoon the Klkn'
Lodge of Borrow will be held In tho
thcutvr here In accordance with the
uaunl custom to ionor tho memory pt
departed brathora. Th committee In
charge la already ma(lner arrange
menu to maker tho memorial aervleea
unusually Imprejnlve and beiluMful.
WOROCKff KAYI5J31.09E
' CALL IK COALMINE
7 W...K..i' B.rl). .r? Htw.l.7'
vo men had' ti nurrtvaV raciina fi-nm
CANDIES
" i ii
; For Spcoial Oocasions.
,Wo BJ"o pniarcl at our now
tifoi'tory to produce tlio ciiolocat
' omffectloii on abort notice.
Powell Drug Co.
FOURTH AND CENTKAli.
;;rr.-rliMfT:.iiil,i-id,.
-a.v;ui .'ut
II ii i liih.
MARCEUNO
ORTIZ
SH 1 1
SHOT III FACE
John W. Collier, Former Mem
ber of Mounted Police, Ac
cidentally Hits Fellcjy Hun
ter With Stray . Birdahot,.
lly fjeaacd Wlro to Evening Kornld
'Buuttt Tp. N. M.,?W XSTi-Whllu
oh a, hunting tfjl JcstflrdaV.' alxleoh
mllea from Hunta Vt, M.frqeJJn,o,. QrtU
way ahot in ihe Tacrf wherrtfihotgun
I.. .1.. V...- ' .- -
... ...iu iiuiiub ui jonn-w.'uonier, n
former member of Jo..hi6lfitd, p.ji
llOe. vua accldnntnllv Ji.ti....,i
urtls wa not ' e
Aiuaaie pickJpg the aho
dntuny dlachnrgod.
aerloffijyv Hurt: Ur.
r- ..f"-"!'" tus iioi ouv oi ilia
faco without difficulty, '
PIXTY DAY IJf JASXs
VltWfchn
flVp men (ma- bV nurro Wan fn
DAtTltf An(rtmhd4 tits m AMvu-ln n
r " - a wj en bw viii ub. w
Wind at the Darnum. Coal cqmpurfy ,
n.fcr Pltl-lsn Htlm lrtmniirln 1V..I... I
flf'thM Mtkti mM'telim'llAln., kiM -
vvucu, inu mo aenouaiy mat iney
hud to be taken Jo .hoRltl.
jaaji'
Vami Ad.
Arrulgnod on a. charge of; currylnii
wnen urted . , . " "
aiaiaiaim i , 1 1 '
j .Bft 'aure p! attend Jfhtglvi
Fourth a MrvMt
NoVr zfli
i
uon ia extended
uro recovery.
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