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AJjBtrfttrERgus evkiwq mbmed, Saturday, jmwy isj mh
T"" w -sr k nt -w . "r: sr
This is the clearance
event of the year a
straight offer of
25 per cent
on a line of Men's
wear that is always
Bros. & Co.
218 W. Central
aiBuatJEnauE, k. m.
THIS IIICUTV OK f)U!t IIUUAI)
In it uniformly good quality, unlike
some ttretuu Hint changs la taste and
nutritive (riiertlHH almnit .rery
other day. We necure thla tintform
and reliable oxeelhno hy uatnK the
botit itmntl uf Iflour nil the year round,
and tftktni, afld ettre that the oilier
tKgredleuta are puro ard wholoaome.
ltt In antto of the high gnuta our
IHrtcon are lev.
207 Koutu i'Jrut Street.
aLBUaiTEHaiTE TAXI LINE
Stand at Sturges Hotel
I'liones ion nnt! 1U0.
Onkny Clifford, I'rop.
listen Kmnu ni Ilnukt.
TIII5 I'l.W VOl IIWIC II1CISN
Mi-ri. m1iiiImm mill William A.
Willi tUo lrliiwe Tliiwlwr, Old.
vuttih 0H or I'luywi liiUK'l.
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Mall 0li' "Sm Jt"Htl
(fcitt Wilt' fit Slwii"it IbioJ. Miiir.
SIS. H A. B. G.
IE HONORS III
High Sohool Lads Win Over
Business College Boys; But
Girls of College Make Up
for the Defeat, j
Itofore h m-ortf-brwiklMK ermwd of
basketball fM t the Armory last
evening the AJMlMMNMit eUstnes
coltes and the Uhm school fHafed;
a doubte-heeder and broke even. Th
girl of the A. ft. C. hung the India
ten w the young ladlou from tli
Utah school, and the boy from A. II.
K. sltpived oho over on the stenogs
from the business coltex. Accuracy
and oii.rtnn basket shootinH won
U gome for the girl from tb -oi-lage
who had their own way In the
ftrst hair, but wore forced to work
harder In the seaoMt half In order :
keep the elrto from th. Hlt;h school
from evening titlMKe up: ttia ftntl
score wm JS to . In the name with
the HiMdiieee coteage bays the High
school Jade Had very nearly evry-1111114-
their own way alt through Hie
Mime. The etar performers of the
evening tor A. If. S.. were the atc
Canna brother, who repeatedly threw
rree goals, hmrIhk a total of twenty
eight of the thirty-five acorns, ftoeiuf -1
Mebarner of lh High school played
comparatively at renter, wbil-
"h..rty" Neher of the Rtistnens eol
lone we tile leading man on that
side. At the end of the last half the
score tood 16 to II In favor of the
All In all the two game hurt night
were real Mini-raw exatbitloMS, ami
rough playtiiK and four) IMC were Hu
The llne-Hi for tho Rirhv mine mi
IIIkIi School, lllllm OotloCO.
Trotter Forward . .cauiwrtght
Hwettser Forward .... Wick Warn
Prankltn Pernor gteeltlm
WhUoii Center Ciittm
Coican Qua i-d Myor
Kleke QtMlrd Thl"tl
The line-up (or the Uoye' name was
High Schitol. 1 tn-ln Conoco,
J McCanna . forward Neh--r
ll Mrt'siniiM . Forward Klrhut
Hhurilflmrarr. Center . Trcffenbcrg
1 ii-. Men ... (luard Jfc-urlng
Seller .. Hoard Koch
Lightwciglit Who Has Madi
Home in Albuquerque for
Several Months, Leaves for
N.-winaii, a tight w Hani hmer,
who hMa iMien lu Albuueriue neverai
mnnthe. durlnic uhl' h tini ho appear
ed In local linili -vntn on newral oc
caaioiM, luavee tomorrow for Denver,
whore no will work out with Howard
lleher, the iiould.r mkldlewehjtit.
who to tnauhed to nlit Jimmy dab
by during the ato knion oogtveatloa.
The battlo 1 to be ataged under the
auaplue of the Denver Alhletk club.
Baker and "Wildcat" Vtirna wre
matched, but the deal fell throuak
and Jimmy Clabby was picked for the I
n"ir tmu. awr la ngaw up to
Bgfit in the eaet, provided h wlna
from Claboy. Clabby la e of the
beat known of the eaatern inlildlfc
welchta. Maker and Mewman are old frlenda
Newrnaa trained Baker for hlx bout
with Jliauiy aardner a year agu.
OFF THE WERE.
Milwaukee. Wis. That "fllll" .r
moor, recently signed as es.-mir..
head of the Milwaukee American
ociatioa laisoball team is under )
tract as scout Tor the Mt. Louis Na
tional League club for thla season, was
' in- information from St. Lottts yes-
' i !. A rdlng to the sit Louie
'port Armour haa not obtained his
i ieav and m not be able to do so.
tt. I.uU J. c .loiiea. president of
Hi., xt I.SHMO Natioral taeniae basoall
it'Mm, said lhat. so far as ho knew,
Diet. waa no objection to "Hill" Ar
H1..UI leaving Mt. Ioui, for Milwaukee.
si I'hui in 4 faai wrentiing match
MiaiualsiiM .l.vMko won fiom fir H. P
i...lUr In Ntrulght falls taut night, the
liriti in f minutes and the seooad In
dt Haul, Mian Hubcri McLean of
Oh k age mad a new worid'g rerord
laat night . at the opening nf the aa
iiumI le earnivMl of the Western Skat
liK association, overlns Ha yards In
:' I-,', second. Ttic ca i nit al will 1 of-uiiui-
M Luule Two sMiaalloiiul runs
sv. lieorae ii. IMaoii the nrtli
.tiinglit lioM-k of 40'' ."Hii in hla
ituo point match with ) V.uii.i'in at
; balk !'" billiards hero last italic
The total wore for the Ave nlgnU'
play is - 'i" to 1,113 In sUussop's
favor. Hloaeoii' high run were tli
and 101 and lb Japanese iest run
waa XI HW.kmoii .rt.irtgc '.' H 1 11 ;inl
Vamuai. i r;
I'hiCHgu Mi'tilN It. .lit. i r. ru'i
oik) Itasemeo who plated a speed
Mi mi' vtith (lie t'hlcaso Amllculi
'. ik i . 1 I. .in lux icar hiiH foinimli.l
i ii. Hisi.i .' i.ms i i. t i or 11.; i . .i ii 1
i 1 1 . ti . . i ; "i- N . w !
V ill .. t i, I . I III A I .'I . I ul i .
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KID WILLIAMS OF
Boy Who Is Likoly to Bo Next
Bantamweight Champion of
World, in Albuquerque To
day En Route to Coast.
KM WHUanHL (Johnny t'atrnko)
batitantwetalit War of Baltimore.
.Md.. paaed Utrouk AlbHtMemue on
the flrat aevtlon of the aanla lliti
Ited toda, en route Mi Ua Angelee.
waere . February 11 Ho win nakt
Bddle fampl. '-haiitploH of the 1hcTc
fiiaat. tweni) tounda to a deuiejuo
Will in mil u m ompanled b hla man
ager. Mum Harria. of New York, and
b hla trainer and aarrlng partner,
Joe Mmlth. ii Baltimore featherweight,
now retlrert. Harria u one of the
ownera of th Kurvka ilub In New
York 'tnl baa managed nghtera for
yean, lie wua manager for Joe Uane,
at one time lightweight champion of
th world. Harria la confident that
Williama nlli beat Cnmpi.
"We will am from tht hoy tml
before twenty." aeid Harria today. "I
believe Williama will knock him out.
An nay wt- will win. We fight be
tor I'Mfle Ti Md'arey'a etub In lata
Angelee. Mct'arey haa promised thai
t.fe b..ll . r.. fln 1.k...l ... . . I
chfmpioa oaatatdwehit, to tight fan
ine title in uoo AR8ia wttn the win
ner of the Willlanuv-Campl Uattlv if
CouluH aill not agree to a tight on
reagouable teriae, and If Willi a mm
beat campi. WIIUam hj golac to
claim the champioRalirft. Xew Urieaiu
prumotent are trytHg to got Williama
and Conloa togoUioT lit Mmt city. Aa
a matter dt fast CoaJon deeen't want
te flaM Williama Wo pt a day In
t.'htcago on the way wont trying to
Bad Coulon and get him to agree to a
fight. We time tw.-n after him thrve
montha, but h- alwaya feaoka out, aay
ing hi' ta Muk. When Coulon and
Williama fought in Madlaon dquare
UJidcn in New York on October IS,
fifteen New York City paper gave
Williama he decteion and the gate
pulled 1 1 :. nun. Thla go waa for ten
muada and Williama beat the cham
pion dedal cly to my way of thinking,
although ronton had ettpulated before
hand that there would be no dec talon
from a referee and that the bout waa
not for the I'hamplonaMp. Now here
ia the way thing atacKa up. Williama
hue a draw with Coulott and haa
bee tea Johnnie Hughes. Uedou. the
French i-hwmplon. and Dujajor aXunley,
former Kngllah rhamploa. Mow the
Kid l on hi u n Log Angelea to
beat thla Id die Cumpi. who ta touted
ae a champion on the roast. If Will
iama beat a rampl he will have clean
ed tin the field and if Coulon won t
fight for lh' rimmplnnahlp It ta up to
coulon to atep down and oat aa roam
Wlllhima agreed with everything
that bia manager said for Mm and de
clared that he win boat unmet with
out gay trouble.
Williama naked today to be remem
bered to Mark Levy, director of the
New Menlro Athletic club, whom h
met In Minion n Miiuiirt' Harden, Nfv
Yoik. laat aummer The bantam
M iht aent Ia- hi., photograiili ui1
u button coninlntiiK bia Itkenoea in
tin in lug toa. which h- la dlairlbuting
to hia friends. Williama aad Harria
eK pressed regret that they could not
top off here -nd light Henny Chtvea.
the Trinidsd bantam weignt, hut oe
rlared that llicre wit too much loose
coin Ivlns around in fight centers at
present to put on any ahuwa in small
I'AlAim AMI jaii.v&w
Wrid .VIIVIIU IMttllT
Ham Harria ilc mrcd today lhat in
Ills opinion At falser and Jack John
sou will never tight in I'arta, or any
place else. He declared that he be
(loved untrue the report that falser
and the black champion had been
Matched to Mht in Frame oM June
"2alser looks to m. to be the beat
of the while hopes," said Harris. "1
know of my own knowledge that fal
ser wasn't in any shape when he
fought Mt'art In L" Angeles on
New Year's da. In m opinion John
son la eliminated from tUu game."
IUI) WIMtlAtMg m Wl.
Kid wflliama la twenty years old.
He waa bora la Copenhagen, Men
mark. Da ember h, ! end has boon
righting atnee 1I0. He la I fast 1
inch in height and appears to be a
olid chunk of bone and muscle, and
w nirM in oll.ir.
John Jouningi, Mining Man of
Glbion, in Albuqu&rque in
Goniiootion With Trial (if
Huaie Jennlns. of Detroit Tiger
fame, whose uniuue coaching methods
hare caused haseaHll i iayna ana on
lose tirofeesnrs all nvsr the country
to wrangle t" " sfflctoncy, hns a
brother in Ainoauerque -mr jonn
Jennlnas. a well known mining man
' of utngan. who Is here In connection
with (he trial of the Poccarlrh rase in
i ha district court. Aa may be i magi ti
ed. Xr Jennings hi entremeiy proud
of his "kid" brother end l greatly in
terested In his career a a Im'l pler.
Mi. Jennings and "Mughi. worked
together In the coal mli.-a hi I'enn
aianiii many years ago. Mr. Jen
' iiitisa ii. Iipvch that hia bruOo-i will re
, nr.. tii. in baseball aonie film day and
practti i.w, which profession he now
piM'ii. batween aeeson.
! bi ago. Jan It -Attempt of
' Amerlci.n aaaoi latlon manegera to
vlrengtlicn Hon t'.inis bv the addi
tion of ic ' mu ft. .ii i'ie I. .t mI majnra.
were unii' i f i viNi.-i.lay Th" ;a-
mr l . I inn ' i ii,,. , ..llimllli'l' .'lei tell
' I .. il ' 1 1 ! I il.i l . X ! ''Ill to
. 1 1 h K mmi i.' ..ii' i " be
I i . , t lle.lll'i ..i ' 'i ! ' I'l '!
.lelil . 4. .l.rfl. .Ii ..H 'I I Oft II V 'll.tt
ibuuvli ili . lull owners dim uaaed lln
ii. . -H..II ,,t .lOni.Mltia iuba fi.iin
l. . I I. I Ii l i le li ' ii in i I 'II I i in
,l I ' A. I I I' I 'LU I'M
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JVeuJs and Gossip of the
UOL IS WORST
FOE OF GENERAL
Bight lo Poison Pooplo Cannot
Be Bcgardod as Adhiovc
incut on French Revolution
(d'lnl ISnrrmiiuiiilrnrr te.ltir tlnrnlil)
I'nrls. Jan m rNirmer fremier
'lOTuenrcuu haa urtttcn the prefac
to a pamphlet demoted to a general
economic study of alcohol, which hat.
jio been laid la-fore the I'alia Acad
in of Medwllie.
M. Clemcnveau, like the author of
the pamphlet, rind it deplorable that
I be "omnipotent aiithorli" of tin
atate nhould eeem to ! powerless
gainst "the moat formidable enemy
ot aocal lerace, of general welfare.
and of the rise of the humbler i taaaai
fin a higher lite."
rte rioictnes esoamg remeniee,
which conalut ,n taking drunken msu
to the police office or place I'd! ng the
insioa or ine-snopa w th oronioltioii
of drunkenness, while the laws of" r thought.
Krnnce reiHtlna to the manufacture
and iili ol the most deleterious klnJ
or Npint contribute to foster thla par
"Todit," M. Clemenceau continues,
"it Id beginning to be understood that
the right to poison people cannot
properly be regarded aa one of the
achlcvementi) of the Krench revolu
tion, rnlversal suffrage would real
ly put itself out of court if It had
only uct ceded In emancipating Itself
from the yoke of a single tyrant in
order to fall under the sway of u
league of jtrlvate Interests which arc
in open warfare with the public in
ternet. Xll well-intentioned men.
without distinction of party, ought to
Join In a common effort for the sal
vation of our country, which Is men
aced from so many directions ut
The umuahsg adventure of Jooo.ua.
lehaudy. who for a short time waa
known a the "ftmperor of the Sa
hara," have beea meatted by the curi
ous experiences of Viscount Alfred
Oermaln de Brault. whose ambition
was lo become king of Arabia uiid
The viscount met a Oermao In
Bordeaux cufe, who. on learning that
the Frenchman had made several ex
cursions to Arabia, MUgaeeted thai he
should undertake soother trip with
the object of soMlmj gp an Indepen
dent atate and natwg Hlmaelf pro-ilaini-'d
k.ng. "bee appointed Mover
clgn. he wua to Hi urn to France
the story foes, nnd m.-'I hin kinudom
to tlermuny. The Uermnii agreed l
m the isoun 1 4 "."" If he muc-
ceedad. and to allow hii eiirnestnes
of purpose udvamitfd .(' for ex
pense. The vbuaiunt started for Arabia and
dyrltt. fixmc hut headijuurtet- at Kl
Ahoim in a cotintr5 where the ne
tlv.w. acknowledged mi man ruM.
But a conference of twelve indepen
dent tribe finally dec ded to row n
the viscount as Alfred eh Klrt. Kind
of th. Independent state of Arabia
nnd ru. He tnei. went to Cairo,
where the document esiahllnhint his
authority were idacad In legal form
liieappointnient and dllllulonment
were his, however, on returning to
far is, for here, instead of receiving
the balance of the II0.M0 that wa
promised to htm, he learned lhai hi
demon friend whs In prison. The
v-tarount Instituted a suit for awind
Una;, hut the court decided that tb
new crowned Hlitg had no case sml
the matter was thrown out of cou.'
The viscount hs not y.l anmumeii
whether he will return to at m a
II. B moekweH, nf Isis Atigelc.
was autprbwd un amvlatt Ine train
Part a few weeks agio to find hlnin. u
reapvetfuHy HaJutti toy the railto,ii
employes and msnv of his fellow nf
He had always regarded the I'r neh
as a very polite people but he inuii i
that the policemen wore the m ail
courteous ol them all. Whenever i.
passed one or those guardian of the
peace the mail drew himself up and
delivered an impressive mllltar.v k.
Thi gr.iiiiviiu rnngigrt loiiili.t. i
ti.r a ulmii iiioneh, whan huviug n
i nii.ii in ukI ill. way, Mr Htoikw ll
.iplilliil hliico'll to a policeman. Ti
hi. iimIi.iiIkIhii. nt he ws addressed
M .nnlecr ic I'r. fet " A fi w word-.
..i ejil.iii.iii..h txtlved the m.vntirv
Mi st... K m n k the living . it.i t
i i.it nt Hi.. I' lriMian '.ilol, M 1.. ilin.
$9.50 RECIPE PROSE FOR
giiml .Vhiw and Aililr 'IVWhiwVoh
flan Have It I'i'eo niul Hh
SMiHig anil Vleiiroi.
I have in my pasngsajng. a prascrtp-
tloa for ner on dOMnir, wen or vig
or, v.eakeneit inanhgsm, nillng niem
orv and lame tm. It. ferosurht on by ex
messes, unnaiiirbi drat a, or tbs fnlllsr
of youth, lhat had cured o many
worn and nnM,us men right In their
own home- without any additional
help or me.Hi Ine tast I think avery
man who withes ta regain manly
power an1 vtnllty, ojuiohjjr and quiet
ly, Should have a oopf- 1 h"v
torminad to send con)' af the pros
I'rtptmg free of oliarfo, la a plain,
ordinary sealed aavqlope la any man
who will write for it
This prescription 0O4HOX trom a
phynloian who has Iim4 a special
study of men and I as convince;! .:
Is the aureni M. ting eomblhstior. for
the cum- ' 'legeigMt manhood and
vigor rmiii'K i . r put together
1 thins i ou a It to my fallow men
n send them a copy In conMeiue no
that anv iimn anywhere wbo Is wesk
snd dim o ir melt with rspeated ten
ures iim) ii. .p drugging hlmaelf with
bsrmiul p.itet.i medicines, secure
whLt i iini, m the quickest -at ting
ret..r..iu. ,i.i. nidlnc. HIJi T-T l'i 'H
IV; i ,!..: nor devised, and u
me liiii,e,r ut noma quieny ana
jo I,, I 5 mi
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drop me a line iisei''
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TARIFF REFORM IS
SE OF GIF
Rovonuc Only Sohedulc Stirs
Up Lively Hornet's Nest
Among Loaders of British
fhtirrlsl ('iirrrumdnlrncr lo (lie llrrnlil
tendon. .Inn is The t'nlonhn
party ngain tlnde Itself at stses and
sevens over the main plank in it.
platform tariff reform or what
would he known in A me r lea as tarM
When Lord lnstlowne, who is slat
ed for the poatMon of premier when
the t'nlonhrts return to power, threw
overboard the policy n .metaled by
Arthur Balfour, when leader of lac
party, of submitting the question to a
referendum of the people before In -aguurating
tariff, and dec tared
openly for n custom tariff on wheat,
there was an oulciv rrom lanceahlre
and other manufacturing districts
which gave the Pmonist leaders mat-
A meeting of the I'nlonlst council
was hurriedl) called and It was de
cided that Honor Law should in a
speech st Ashton-rnder-Lyne. make
an effort to amooth over the trouble
b) declaring that the I'nioniets would
not adopt "food taaee." or ta other
words a tariff on food stutfa until the
colonies had been consulted, and only
then If the colonies asked that an im
port tax should be Imposed on for
eign product so thst their products
would be given a preference.
Instead, however, of composing the
differences, Mr Law's sp ech. which
was delivered In the heart of indus
trial laincaahlre, nnd was an appettl
to that county and the Industrial
north generally, stirred up a hornets'
nest. To the orthodox I'nlonlst. who
atwsys votes for his party. Mr. !uw'
de i rations were considered satis
faitorv, nnd they cannot be said to
have been unsatisfactory to the Lib
erals, who believe that so long as the
t'nionists stick to their polic of tar
iff reform the liberals arc prett) sure
of retaining power.
But throughout i he country, and
particularly In the manufacturing dis
tricts, there are i great many men
who. while instinctively 1'nlonist In
the elections since UN, or since the
Idea of Joseph I'hamberlain became
the chief ptank of the party, have
voted Mherel bei ttiw of their distrust
of certain ape i of the tariff reform
program These men were willing to
accept Mr. Balfour' promise of ref
erendum, a they felt reasonably cer
tain that when asked the strslghi
uuHstioa the people would vote for
the retention of free trade, especially
In roodidum.. snd the ewet-l was seen
In the In si general ejection and In
nil I. aei 1 1 i.-n by-election when the Lib
eral majorities were reduced.
These results nncouraged some of
the younger Colonial to declare that
when they returned to power a tariff
would be Introduced without a refer
endum nnd the effect w,is Immediate
ly eeen in the liy-eleclion st Ho It on -which
the t'nionists hoped to win but
which went against (hi m In f.ii.
Rngland, or at an roil the north of
Rnalsnd Hcotland atid I'nlonlst Ire
land, have a long way lo go before
they wilt accept the tariff reform pro
gram in roll -food taxe nnd nil.
Itcslili -i it . . i nil l it 1 1 '.iri-r un.t opt rn
tiv.-a of ib- tint i It . there i a v.-rv
strong i m lin I'ldinn lie Tirm . lb
erv initiii it i till i..,.i-rt. i.i M.iO' In nti r
I.l w-nio.il. Leeds nnd other manilfui -liirin;
ii-wn- iviiiihi ;Ih uirllT n rm..t
pr.nlti - in lit., i'hii.i,' i . ,,t ,
Get a New Start
With the New Year
Make the kind of banking oonnooUon tliat
will both insure the scouriUy of your funds
and afford you the promptest and most, oon
veniont business facilities.
This bank lma won itu ouvinblu pluoc in pub-
lie rogard boonuac of Superior Sorvioo the
kind of sorvioo that makes ovon the smallest
depositor know that we approoiate his buii
noss. Wo should like to be of strvioc to you.
and we arc uonvinoud that an account with
us would prove a sourer of lusting satisfaction
STATE NATIONAL BANK
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
IJ. S. lM"sltory.
the house of common a I'tili-lllsl
respondent has calculaio.t that tin
n or 7o per cent ot member i.
supported Walter Long f'r the lend
ership "t ine party, wnen sr.
Was -ee, tetl as a compromise i -mdi
dm., tavoi the ref. r.nduin. whii. ih.
rest who siipimrted Austin chamber
lain for the position, an- for th-
Tlije whole make n bmm election
. rv for the Uberals, w"i ask why
the colonies, in whose fteeal policy
the mother couatry aas no voice,
should decide the policy of the United
It may. too, have a distinct bearing
on home rule, when that measure
rctchc the house of lords. It Is
said that the I later peers and many
f the Mttgiiah I'nlonlst lords, who
were never very energetic Mipporter
of Mr i 'hsmhermln's pniltv, ore will
ing lo throw over tariff reform to
save the Colon, whereas many other
an- willing to carry, home rule in
some form or other, hopinx her.-hv
to obtain another election on tariff
reform. Home of Mr Chamberlain -followers
have already canvassed
iiosslhllllv of letting the home rub
bill tins, iiclicvins tt.t win ii that i
i, lit nf I In v,l . the kovi rutin III Mil
l- Million in H-i to tb until, ui'i
III) I'Oinl Will be It .III -I fo III. II pel
Trimiile'j fjvsrv: 113 N. floennd Ml
e a nuisance
Don't you know it's very Miinoyiwf tiud inoonvoninl. for
your neiyltbor to Iimvs you running into bur bouse to urn
Oh, no ihe never says anything about it nlte's far too
good naturod for that. But what do you suppoie she really
thinks about it? Put youiilf in her plnoe for a minuta
and try to imagine what YOU would think if somebody
kopt running into YOUR HOUSE at almost any odd tim
of the day or evening to use YOUR TELEPHONE.
Whon you've thought this ovor and roalixod what a nuis
anae you hnve boon, just remombor that you oan have n
tolephono IN YOUR OWN HOME at tho trifling oost of
from 5 to 3 oonts g day. Tlion send for our roproaentative.
Mountain States Telephone and
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DtiptHltorj Sniiln Co It. IC
J,l'lt' AV-L AUlUJUUOUiL
& ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
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to do automobile riilrln4. on and
after January SO. 1913. AriaiiK'
meiits con now lie made fur the stor
age of --ate.
For that Rough Shin
Tt up tie's.
Albuquerque Foundry and
IfiigliiH'nt IiiiitnlcrH .'Hni'litnlKtu
CaatltiffH In Iron, lirnss. Hi on.
Aluminum, Htrmiural Sleel for
Utilises ami HulMlnan
Worka inn' OfflitiN Allniiiicri(iio,