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THE EVENING HERALD. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., MONDAY. JANUARY 20, 10 14.
NAVAJO INDIAN RUGSJ
Dinner vmm run itfniAtf Tfuvmm to you. Tin? ijAIuihst
ASSOKT.MIlNT AND THIS IjOYVIIffr l'UIOIW JOll STlUOTIiY JIIUU
THE BENNETT INDIAN TRADING COMPANY
nr. Bourn niscond kt. l'liotfis .
Aztec Fuel Co.
Cleanest Coal in
Kuik'IhI interior Hhd KtRtMlllMr
Comments! Club MntMIng
1'rhnlo Amlmlnneo IHiy or Night.
litre IMton UK.
Ileil. ii, ,. Mini 16S7
long mi lh gmiuvl lh.it pr..ns
onil pre-i ooling of fru't , an
of tninsimrlallon -ml n- (lit law r-ituii-Ml
them lu perform.
Th commission. I' wrvwr, held
that Ihe ,ire- ooln.g ati.l pr-icing
wii a mailer of .i vpurutlon nn.l not
trMtiiMrtaUn. and require 1 the ruil
roads to permit the shtnner ! per -form
ihni ervlr, if I hay au rtnlod.
Tht iiimmori v-ourl rteci-l. i It
sgslnat the rallroutta and the lall
roade appealed to 'he e'lorrm'. c urt
of the Inlted HlBt. .
PR E-GQO L
SAY GOV. FERRIS
HAD NO RIGHT TO
Deliberations Illegal, Allege
Counsel for Copper Mine
Strikers Indicted for Con
MOTION TO QUASH IS
FILED BY ATTORNEYS
Supreme Court Upholds Right
to Ice Oranges Previous to
Shipment to Eastern Cities
at $7.50 Charge.
II)' Irf'iiMti U'lro t llumlng If unttit. I
"Washington. Jan. 10. Tho Inter
state ' nmeree oommtestnn's ordet
rtiiulri'itf ti-HUHcontlnoutul nillroudM
to pwimt California orunMo shipper
to pro-ion u 11 J pro.eooi their rruit
Kotng t eastern cities, anil limiting
their oluirKo fer l In- use of the oars
durln tlio pro-coo I Ing slam? to J7.te.
wan uphold today by tits supreme
Thu problem of transporting citrus
fruit over mountains, plain and de
crt from OullfurnlH to eastern cities
t ulmimiled about 1906 In a Unlit ovr
whether tho railroads would penult
simmers to Icm tht) milt aura or
whether tho railroads t-nukl InsbK
upon performing that service them
h Kwi h an Incident to hauling the
The dispute nniko largely iHtt of the
(iitlvHvor of wi duress in Ilia llepbuin
mi'- law to rlil the fruit grower of
all. k'I extol tlun by private car line,
li.for.' tho amtctment of law.
railroad turned tti rerrlgefaltng
m-il" over to private car Una. It
Hun laiitMtl before co nan that
tliw. Hub preyed upon tin perlsh
whie trafne at the country and ex
acted such rata M they might deem
nejjrasary to y law llvlilndk.
oiiHroaa put Into th law 14 rt
lUlreineni tlwi Hi' ihiIivI tlim-m-lvfa
uliovlil lurnlaii ralrlgorallnn nh
iirii.Plvnieiit of tranauoi -itiuni. The
Pouthrrn l'aclttc aatHblUiliMl at itan
HariiunlliKi. en;.. 1 Jf5o.oj rufrlcvr
11 1 lOn plant, and the Saiilu ? "lie at
t'olton, at a am of $a0.0ill. A
whole tralnload of orangwti vuu'd tve
roolel In onch of ihaat pbniK in It
twtitrn two mid fo'ir honts. In addi
tion to tha frlulit rata iba raiifMil
rliargwl $71 for th rtsiuSa.U rv(n
crntlon or a oar to XW Yuk.
HhipHni having cold Mimgr pMiNta
dllK'ovttrwl llMt by orxiJIfia rrainoa
hpfnrK I hay ware plct in var Imw
Kitarc waa ttiK-oaaarv boiwiii ilia
I'ratoa. and 1 Hum th ooh if trnna-
purtatlun wua rediurd. Thvy unolett
in fruit In thalr -un plant ttnd Ihtn
forced lr-rold air .n-1 lhi ar Tiny
nut aUhi 13 no poonta .if ic ini.i tha
bunHara of h r 'tha rallrhntfa
iiwMcd upon 'haunt lh hlpieit
tab for that 1 rn ii .
Tlia iniriaii- "irnii'r a eomwi
ton ordarwl ir.lucUoii from (So l
Mxf.a, iihout th. amount Haaair to
cHVr tha waar and toar of pliclnn
the ic m th bunkan. Tho railroad
then withdrew th prl ilto c pra-
A REAL BARGAIN
Dining room suite in early
English of solid quartered oak,
SIX-FOOT DINING TA
SIX DINING CHAIRS
All for $122.75, I
We are oTferinj? this real
bargain for $10 down and
See our show window. Same
Jftrgain' in goM oak finish
Ity l.wi'l Win, to lCmliiE llnrnlil.J
HoHoiiton, Mleh.. Jan. St. A mo
tion to qoaah tha conaplracy Indict
mnt returned oy tha apai'lal grand
Jury againat copprr mine atrtbera and
oMrlalM of the WnMarn l'mlaratloti or
Minara, waa filed todny by attorneya
for the accttMti man wnen win mnw
were urrwiuned for trutrln tho moukii
ion circuit court. It m announced
that ple would not h onterwl nn-
til the motion Had boon hearti ami
ihiihkmI on. .
Coiinrn.! for the dafendanla In tht-lr
motion nttaekud tha laaallty of tho
srand Jury itml Ita dellborntlon.
It waa oontemlori that tha grand
Jury waa llloKnlly convoniMl. that U
dnllliarnllona wro not conducted In
aocrot ii a roiiulriid by law. and that
tho appointment ot Qoorfio It. Nlchi4s
ax mxtclnl nroBOcutltiK olllcor waa voiu
bcAtino no allowing had lieon maile
iiiiilinHnlue nuch alilHilntinttnt or
claiming the want of rapacity on the
port of th duly elected proewutor.
"It hi no movctl. tho motion read,
-iiiat tills mntlon may Iiiivu.iIih name
effect at. a challengn to the array of
hi giund Jury, all or wHloli dtfend
antfl are readr and willing to vorlfy."
Oovrnor W. X. I'errta of Michigan;
nrant Kallowa. attorney aenerttl;
peclal Prosecutor Mlehola and three
atnora9ner were named aa peraoni
niMM.nl wnn were "noi or ibw -
laed to take part In the deliberations
of the Jury."
No time waa agreed on tnw morn-
inr tor a hearing on the motion. An
gtia W. Kerr, leading local couruwl for
it.a lafeiuiantN. Im1laled that the
fortna ot the Indwwmeata awo woniu
be attacked. Mr. Kerr aald thai later
that ho would apply for a change of
vanua to llip Htrlkn caaea.
Moat of Ihe tinam men who nav
tieou nrroalwl on charge growing out
of atrike dleertlar appeared In court
lltla morning; other were reprewnuxl
hy counael. IMoaa or "not giimy
were entered In the caaaa which were
not Imneil on indlclmeiila After ana
waring to their nainoN the ilofendant
were told to return next Monday. Feb
ruary 2. Judge O'llrlen pommiing
them to remain at liberty under tho
OHarloa II. Mnyor, prewueni or tno
wuiurn Kmlaratlan ot Minera did not
anawer to hla name when the caee ot
the IK unban mow who wtt muicieu
iolntl? for conaplracy waa called. Mr.
Kerr announcod that Maj'er and lx
othr abaent leaders wduld be preaent
lliesOLlTlltXR I'NACTHO tN
Waaltington. Jan. M. Senator
Aatiiirat'a reaolutlon for crei)gtaH-
al Investigation of th Coluwet atrlka
and KeoatAr IttatflM roMltilton
II Colorado atrllw, were unacted uh
todav by the aenate labor oomtnlt
tee A avW vommltiee may be nam
ed to ooneirier tho nalumet reaolu
tlon. The Colorado reaolttlioH Itaa
not yet been taken up. Secretary
Wtteaft naa Ween aakad to coadenee
hla reparl on the Mlehignn atrika to
faeintate the committee a conatdera
llon. Under the clal the houee will
Mmeprew nomdder teaoiutlona en-
denMd by the eatwue.
BOOSTING DENVER NEITHER MARRYING
FDR REGIONAL NOR GIVING
RANK SHE MARRIAGE
Scorctarics MoAdoo and Hous- Naive Disregard of Wedlock
ton Hoar Presentation of i Relation Indicated by Testi-
Olaims of Rooky Mountain! mony in GbnzlosGurulo
ORDER TD SELL LOT
Case Before Judge Or nig.
Judge rrnlg mUfcnonlal adjfaater
ml pea maker, ms a poaer art hie
Today ho petteHHieu until to
morrow at II a. HV. the ime Involv
ing Mnh lieiNt CHtruie r I tare la,
charffed by Ml. OoMaalea of that
an me dletrlct wtth agaauit with word,
after preliminary Hrvenilgatlon had
dbjeloaed a atate of alrairs which ap
pea red in be at least atarlling.
Mm. aonaahM. It aaiwared from the
evidence, haa tWa (Mwghtera living at
the heme of Mrs. Ouruto. the gtrte
teatlfylug that tliuy refuaed to live
with their mother berime ane wi
living with a titan wlm waa not her
httabehd. Mr, aeftaale or the other
hand teetWed tleat !r Uumle waa
living with a man tl wlioat ke waa
not married and aliewed that one ot
luir daaghtera wan ftlao tnalntalHlng
(It) I.MRMtil Wlro lo IlvunlMK II urn Id.)
Uenver. Jan. SC. The etaNM ef
th. itocky Jdouatala aeoUoa far a
regional reserve beak yHtfer the new
federal benMihJ ayetem were heard
today by Bee ret a r lee JoAdmi and
Th advaatagee of Denver aa a lo
tion for till bang were Hteaented
by banker and biartMeaa men under
he dlreetlen of Oentan Jonee, chair
man of tha Ienver Clearing Houee
lietogatlana from many Colorado
towtw aupimttad Denver's etnitne.
IteprexenMitrrua from Wyoming. Tiew
MmkIco. Artiana. weat Texan and
weetrn Kanaaa nod Nehraaica aleo
Tho lerrttenr reMreevntaineu ok the
flMHvar (lluartiiir Houim. aMioi-latiOII
maiMioi Miiaiiin b iMeiudMi in the I tha afltne relation with till another
dtntrlct of a regional bank at Denver roan, rne mner gin it wna auown it
invtudad tiolorailo, Wyoming. Maw evidence naa worKeti tor a wen
Mrxico. Ailentia. l?uh, Idaho. Mon- ' knewn family whore she had been at-
tana. aouthwotdern South Dakota, ciiwhi or ateaciHg. uio ponce, u la aaiu,
VHtetorn Notirai4a, western Kaneae,!
weat cr n TbXaa.
Uordon Jonee, preaklent of the
Denver CleariMg )oh aaaociatioti.
preaented flguree tending to allow
thai a re gio na I bank in tllla territory
would have a capitallaatlon of ap
proximately li.teo,e. with deptarita
Quaatlonad by gacretary McAdoo,
the witness admitted that the district
mtllned did not follow closely the
natural trade thoroughfarea. Mr.
tlerger thought Colorado. Wyoming.
New Mexico and I'U'h poaalbl) ruin
lirlwMl the natural banking and trade
territory tributary to Denver. Re
plying to a question by Mr. McAiloo,
he favored n amaller regional bank
for Denvar with tt aumllar capltullx-
ii Hon rather titan being added to it
larger dbdiit't with tho regional bank
at another im.IiiI.
Uonlon Jonea, who Iihm had cltarge
of gathering data to be presented to
the committee, outlined bankliiK.
rommerrtal and Industrial conditions
of tho IliKky mountain states. He ro-
ferreil to tht Aicntion of the unttt I
Stales mint at Denver. This mint,
he said, receives on ie-deposit II' n
havtiiK found a nninlitr nt the articles
In her trunk. Judge Craig asked the
girl aeeueed of living with a man out-
ahle of wedlock aheut the matter and
she said the man In question hail
premised to marry her. I'pon Imttruo-
tlens she went rertti md prodncea
the man who said lie had Intended te
marry the girl but that he had since
aenulred another tftri. promising,
however, to part with her and marr)
the Oonsalea girl. Almi this time
the court acquired a hritdacht' and
postponed tlx' -ne until mmorron
Koattle 0 iter cent of all the ut,ul iMngnificCllt Mlisic by Choi'U.H
from Alaakri. "All the bullion pnr-j . . . ,
ctmsKl by the Tnlteil Mates aasav of- I Of Hundred Finely IrainCCl
Voices Tuesday nicnt at
Court Approves Transfer of
Twelve Foot Frontage Near
First by Parent! Estate Ex
eoutor. Judge Ray Holds today rendered a
Judgment approvlns; the gale of a
irarUon of lot II in block t of the
MM Hal towMStte. by AtMnftcm Ue-
ato. eaecutar of tew eetMe of Hmllla
Iarentl. for tl.tlo. 1aiM a ad Pa
olo (liacomelli being the pure Mas ra
The sale was made for the purmtec
of settling Indebtedness of the estate
and the pretierty tranaterred la n
frnctwnal lot. rroiitlag is feet on
'antral and 2i feet on the alley cm
the north elds of Central between
nrat and fkmmd.
The court gave Judgment in the
raee of Kd foiirirelle aisslnet the llttt-
ter Auto company for U , far
contracting done on the Butler ga-
Judgnient was given In favor of Ute
lntervenor in th oaca of the CeigwM
dated Liquor comiaUU' vs. Mcolelle &
rflssl, (lluseppe iMtlaiwcro being tile
utervenor. The plr XICa seek to
colloot ieo.e iImh thi from the de
fendant by levying on property own
ed by Nlsst at It North Third street.
Ilsdaracco'M prior lien on the prop
erty la recogHhtod by the court, the
order calling far the sale of the prop-
Judge Kay no! tie cohIIiihmI today
the case ot the Stale Mattemil bemk
va. the Bank of Magdalena, becanse
of absence of counsel for bath banks
from the city. The rasa involves a
itetltion for damages claimed tinea use
the Magdalena bank cashed a draft
on the mate bank which later proved
a forgery. The forger waa caught by
the male National In Nsw Rngland
after a long purs It.
The court tills afternoon la contth
ulng the hearing of the caee of the
Consolidated Manor comneny vs
Manuel Hedlllo, begun on Haturday
M. I'. Vlall today fllwl auil .'tgainet
(leorge Huffman, being a Mitt oh a
note for ITU given to Mednrde nan
rhex and hy hint transferred to Mr.
County Clerk Walker ttnlny lasuod
the fotlowiiiK marrmge llcemms:
Leonine Atioimra and Inceute Han.
dies, both of AlbunueniHe.
Alela riutlerros iiih! I'ellcutno Chnvac,
both of fan Antonio.
r General Housn Furnishers
LTtVER AND BOWELS
Curo Sink llnmhitdio, CunHtllwlliiii.
HlllliusiKif, Sour Sinmni'li, llml
It it-n 1 1 1 Cn hdy C Urn rt It'.
Opt a 10-eenl box new
Are you keeping your liver, stom
ach and bowebi clean, pare and fresh
with Oaseareta or merely forcing a
paasaffewet' ever few days with
. .ii.. .ii.i. .s ssisxise nil
$2.50 a week. 4 ASiTJT
Oascarrta tmmeatoteiy oienHs ins
ntomaelu remove the seur. utMH4teeta
aud fennenMng food am) foul aasesi
tako the excess bile from the liver
and carry out of the ayetem tits con
stipated waste matter and Kilnn In
No odd Iww siek. headachy. Ml
Ions ami cntlBt(Kl yoa feel, a Cae
caret tenlclit will straighten you out
toy morning. They work while rmi
alp. A 10-eent bog from your drug
slut will keen your liead elear, atom-
s. h sweet and your liver and bowel
IregoiHr for months. Tion't forget the
Kfrn "BIV. 2rl ftttd Coniiec iinmreit tiifir lime lnsldea need a
r U"'"C i'0l6 .. ..
flees west of the Missouri river, cx
Cpt the office at Carson. Nov . is
sent to the Drnvei mint as a re-de-
posit. Tills bullion comes from Cr.it
i ....... 7.7. rm... th th hlsiiorv of Albuuuriu U
vj vtt 1 1 Cffiiiiti, y will. iiiw tiai - ' ' - .
iiuiiuiut rsansTltVasil afaluk fthlaa BsnilfMt ta scheduled for tomorrow .-xening at
1 7. oo.oeo." the l'rssbytcrlan churah, when the
Mr. Jottes eapreeswl conmlenre that Albuquerque v?horal issotety. consist.
h iiifa.i.liv wa.uU K uuifaHNkl In ina of 100 splendid vetoes under the
nrovlitiiiv tlw neceaaarv cttUttallBalloH direction if Charles II. Andrews,
for a realonat bank, uddlns: "Our renders music from "Tim Challenge
stale Inatltutlaiui are really enthused of Thor;-1 sings the wonderful "Ma!
over the nrtvltesu accorded them of lelulah tJhoroe" from Irtndsl'a Mas
Joining the sjwtem and many have mh and gives the nejiuUrul sacred
atMiiirteil their intention of becotnim rantata "The Woman or wtmaria.
members." The sotekHs are Mr. Andrews, Miss
A. ' r.Miter, repreeenUng te Ien- Msry McFle, Mr T T. Christian and
ver bond dealerH, presented a report Miss aeorflla Hhermau. Those prlv
stating that must of thu bund bnsi uaged lo hear the reheartsils say this
nesM in the territory ciarmetl ny uen- concert wll be far and away suiter
ver was handled by tile bond houses lor tM amythlHK r the kind ever ho
or tuts city. Tito repoti mm to tnai for- ausmpted In tho olty.
I out or l botHl houses In the , . .
territory showed pitrolvaees and nsles T.T -irTfiTrT AtWna
r iint.asfi.s-it for isis. FIRE IN HIGHLAJNJJb
Denvei s position as the canter or CAUSES $50 DAMAGE
iiiu iiiuuiiimiii iitst-iivi ni in v --
YiTmoiHlM . - - , Th B9C.,., ,t.P(,t .,, nuhtami
J. K. deltlcalss submiltwl facts and r ' " ','"Z
ngurea lending to emtil-aatse lbs Itti- "r'wl!" B V '"""" Pk
tmrtttiwe of this city aa the center of "Hh. bartender .1 t ho While Wie
the livestock business of the west. Pwiiit enleou. at loll Heath Arm.
Tho industrial situation relating to etreot. eat ed by 0 fire In a woedalte I
coal. coke, steel, iron, cement, oil. tok ot Ills house. U vs promptly
marble and other entorprtsee. was egtlnguhJliefl with 11 IftW of about
preaeuted by J. c. Osgood, president fee. The origin ..f the fire wss not
of the Wetor-Amertcan luel com- known.
pany. He said that all ins coal snu
coke bttotuess of Oobtnula, Kew Mex
ico and a lame part at Utah was fi
nanced In Denver, bat that the busi
ness orhrinetiita in Montana dM not
odhm to this cHy. lie pointed lo the
tit eel plant at Pueblo us the only oils
of any extent wast ot the Missouri ,
Die extent and Importance of the
beet HMgar industry wtth its seteitlsen
factories in Colorado was outlined by ,
W. A, Dtxun, general manager of the Kept
(J rest Western Sugar company uggr ,
factories In other states are dbJaflb-
titad u ftillowM- 1'tah. atS! Idaho.
four. Nebraaks two, and one each 1M When yaa darken mMr lmlr with
Montana. Kaasa and Arliuna. ,sjaja Tea and ituiphurv H 'H onn
The mi .ing latereeta were present- tell, s nones it's .mm m mtlHrally.
d by Thumas Burbiidsji of CHo- ao svealy Preiwrlng tHla mlsture,
pi Creek, stating that ute mining tttoogti, at home in mtJIW and trou-
busiaees or 0 1 era us roquirea nr , blesome. For fti reaw you oh 11 any
banking facllltlee wltloli had bee at Hn drug stor tH ready-to-use
fomlflied by the otnHe or Denver Xonte w.ih s Bmko and Hul-
and tributary terrttotY Iphur Hair Kernel ' VH Just ilsmp-
R. It. Mai one dawtsssed the raiiroaa H saoiiae or sit britall wtth It and
faellitlee for communication with th' 'draw tide through your Iwlr. taking
tarrltory claimed, pointing out inat onu mho n strand at a tllliu. ny worn
there are HI istasengor tratita in and inK all gray hair dtjaiuteant. anil.
oat of Deliver every twentr-rour , i,r anather uoolicatlen or two,
boura. He declared that St nor cent y0Ur )Wr beci.mea befjVlifulU' urx
Of the pukttlDn claimed by the ned. glossy snd loxurtnUL Vou will
Denver committee coukl be reached asicovar dundraafia gone and
vvltlilh fifteen hours. hair haa atoboed falHng.
Morrtsoii )ia froth presented facts riray. faded hair, til 0011 no dis-
Allan II. Wnas, for several years nil
business here and now living si iak-
land. Cal., is In the city for a few
days looking altsr real estate Inter-
GRANDMA NEVER LET
i HAIR GET GRAY
llur Uwk VnrU, Thick,
In connesilon with the manufarHir
IHK am! Jobbing busiitess of the dlo-
Ttte afteitiooH teesion was devolod
to hearing the sMteMeula of bankers
and bueJiieA men from points out
Ihtrretarioa plooned to enneiudo the
liearlliff at I o'eloek and take the
train Immediately for Sesttie Wash.
arac. Is a sisn of old ago. and aa we
all dwslre a youthfal obtl attractive
annaarance. set buoy at anes with
Wyeths Kage n.i Mulnrtvr and look
TWO LECTURES MI
ROADS THIS WEEK
The leetnre fere of the Alhuausr-
Honrlnjw mi Oiven lllll. Use Oood Rosds ..soolailan will hld
WaahiHBion Jan. tt. I'ublle two meetlnse this week In me uounrs
heartnga on the Owen bill to proM- : preelHCt. The nrat will fee tomorrow
hit the use of Ihe malls and tele- ! night at the soh..,,i m -fistrtet 111 snd
Mies Culler of Los Angeles, von
nsetetl with the Harvey apateMt. la in
the city for .a short stair. She haa
toeen engaged In ileknlMg furnkth
lugs and decorations for the mw ot
sen-story bulMlug at Qrand Csnyon
Arthur SaUsman, Frank MoKnne,
John W. March and frank Horn of
Hants Ke motored lo Albuquerque
Stlnday In Mr. SoUsnmn's cor. spend
Ing the day hsre.
Attorney A. II. Renehan of Mania
Ke returned home huH night after a
brief visit in Albuquerque.
W. I'. Dermont, president of the
bis- Saginaw' and Manieteu Lumber
comiMity at Williams, Aria, was In
tho etty today, returning home fiom
a Ii man ess trip to Michigan.
Train No. 10, due Iters tomorrow
morning at 7. It, Is ropurlod inilef
Inltely late Hits afternoon, being held
behind 11 wasliuut In CHMfomls.
There will bo a regular meeting nt
Triple Unk Ilebecca lodge t .mor
row, Tuesday nlxht at T'38. A gotNl
attendance Is duel red. By ordsr of
tho Noble arnnd.
JtMoph Hamuli and wife returned
today from a pleasant six weeks'
stay at Calfernta resorts.
Amudo IIhoh, apprentice at the lo
cal Hatita cs maohine shops, and
Miss Koettirn Apodaoa. member or a
ell known Mtwnlsh family, will lis
married tomorrow at Han Antonio,
N. M., nfter which they will take a
Honeymoon trip to Los Angeles.
It w announced mat "win uur
with s large connmny. Is being book
ed for appearance at the ftlk Diet-
ter next March.
A meeting for "Whit Itlbbon Its-
crults." the cradle roll of the W. c.
T. V will be held THeettay afternoon
si 1:10 o'clock at the home of Jars.
Charles Sutton. 701 South Waller
street. All young mouters are cor
dially Invited to attend the meeting
am) bring their navies.
The ladles- mtoMonary society or
th Central avenue church will meet
with Mrs. Wlleoii. corner Central end
Dreadway In the Oeehlental building,
Tuesday afternoon from M0 to
for the regular monthly sewing sooiei.
Ladles are aeksd to come prepared to
sew. A bult ot gingham will bo insds
up into anrons and oapa of every kind
ami style for selling purposes.
The 1'raternsl Brotherhood lodge
will hold the rsgulsr inunthly dance
this es Jtdng In Odd fellows' hall, tor
members and Invited friends, muele
to lis furnished by tho Dlmond or
ehostrn. IS. C. Olwell 1ms imrehaeed th en
tire sleek of the W. Y. Walton drug
slore, lit Wont Control avenns. anl
will conduet an un lo dale drug but-
Inoes at this stand. Mr. Otwell has
been eonneeled with the lending drug
storos of the oily for th part nvveu
vMira ns nreserlMlen clerk.
There will h a called meeting of
O. It. Warren Post. Q. A. It., ut Me
n,,ttnlll Miinslev's ofAe. 111 nouth
llilrtl street, tomorrow evening. Jen-1
uary 17, at 7 SO to transact nn
business that may properly come be
fore the Ml. All members sre re
quested to be present. Huslnees of
Importance. Ity ordet of SC. II. Hlhw.
I. C J. a. Caldwell, adjutant.
graph lines In furtherance of fraud
ulent and harmful transaction on
stork excimnge. win open Pelirunri
4. before the sen.ite iinnUng com
nrobablv Prldav night at Alameda.
A. II. Piroup ami T J. Jamur will
1." the spesken 11 ml V V. Van Delnse
Will ns usual manna Hie stereopti-
To Curo n Cold In Ono Day
Take LAXATIVH HIloMO QIUNINB;
Tnl lets. Pmgglsls rerunil money it
It fans to cure W W 0IHVK H sig
5t.ituro I on each lnx, 85c.
HUNDREDS of Albuquer
quo 'mon have learned
through satisfactory ex
perience, that our Men's Clo
thing Sales aio the real thing
this time the values are
greater than ever. A glance
nt our window will show you.
worth to $20
THESE are .ill good styles
nnd the kind of garments
that have always been
priced at from $15. to $20. If
you want one for $10, you'll
have to hurry.
wrth to $31
THE assortment includes
the very best in the
house Suits and Over
coats in all the late weaves
and fabrics, perfectly fashion
ed' and finished. You can buy
them now for $15.00.