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THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N M., FRIDAY. MAY 8. 1914.
"Sol" and Solitaire
First Things in the Morning
The mellow fiihne of Motcy Solitaire Coffee lighten
your worries and briehteni your mind. lit thorough aginR,
its r ireful routing, its skillful lilcnding, produce a de-jree of
torfet perfection that will make your palate grateful.
One tin will prove it.
" 77i? Best the Grocer Can Deliver"
tlrrt mrt 4 fnu mrmhtri f ihe
ttMttrtig evirsvn, i.arKf,
I'rrtrr-Vii, Mitflt S ruf,
Gallup Party on
Hand lo Meet
Delegation of Shriners Act as
His Escort from Here to
McKinley County Metropolis.
i - :..T.m Tinr MilKFV MFRrVTIir COMPANY
Civ U I'. Mi liociid w.ih In tin'
rily fni 11 few minute IhiN mrttip'
mi hi way In tinlliip. where he will
lie the guest al 11 popular haliiilet
'lin.t th idler apciiher' at the whoM
oltllliclif elm III tonight Adjutant
lleneiiil Hurry T. II1-I11111; n rniniuiie
h it I hi xe-ti e
llcin II. Ili'ililii w. Ktnlr ml n In K In
lel tiir. unit Hficr.il nlhi-t iiiilliii men
lm liml liei n heir tn : ileml tlin
Sin me i eli-lifuliiiii eNlenl.iy. Iiii hiil
ina Willhitn It. I'rennr. l'nw iiim-miI K
Smalltim. Jnhn A Vn'inii hih! I'nnk
S I.IIW leh'-e. Jiilliert the lt el Imr
iili'uirit tin Iriiin rn t iih 11 liiixinn
em nit Ihln li.illtli. Willi lllelli w.t
Ainu . While, mute miet mli-liil n
nf hi tiiMiln. wtiii iiIhh hint lie.-n hi-n l'
iiili'tiil the Shi linii.' nlili.illc.il
Will Iijuh .ll I I in I 111' IH.lli.nl i
1111 in 'lent .i'Ki"iin
iiiiermir M. I .until ii..il in
linn In Sanlii Kr Ihiiii.iiuh. hut
Ladies' Spring Coats i;
WE HAVE a few of our thin season's La
dies Spring Coats still on hand. They
are brand new, stylish and of our well
known superior quality. It is not our policy to
carry goods over. These coats are all this
spring's purchases, stylish and new.
Just lo close them out
We are going to offer them at a reduction of
25 per cent. There are not many and they are
choice. We had rather offer them to our cutomers
now at a bona fide reduction of 25 per cent than
to carry them over to next season, when they will
not be the style.
Get one of these Coats.
Sthlairt familyi Tt, Sfiffi,
r:inini, iinmui nvurr, pur, ,.
th., , mil 'rutitl '
J11I1111I lieneral lli rnr.K may m l.e tlio
I I 1 1 1 u 1 1 J I nft'ililiil li the tlli to
liike 11 linik 11I the Mrtli mi 1 r 1 -1 n
i in . at Full Wlnviile. whirli Is neur
1 ii 1 1 1 1 .
PHOENIX READY TO
GIVE WARM WELCOME
TO COLONEL SELLERS
" I. I K II. Heller re' l iveil 11 ! -lull
letter Initio in. 111 II .try Weh h,
h. i ri tary nf Hie rti.ieiux. Arlx . Iii.aril
i. f trade, who wrote that the ImuihI
hut I.Hineil Hie nia.M.r wan i.iiiniiK
11 tri over Ihe I ii eall-tn- i i llll lllltll
way anil wanteil the Herniary In iu
fine Hi.' 1 nl'.liil that tie w mi III he rn
ally wel. onieil w lien he rem hel
rtioenlx mill that Ihe l'lin.-llll folk
were im iniiert to llnlen In hlu iiilviiv
unit kii4. iiiln.u nui nl rmiiK '
t'ol.mel hi ll.-m m iircnl'li nt of I In
ii ean-li.-' i nn uml Ihe tup he hah I
.anneil will 1 ovi r the . route!
rrm I rlnliUrt ti I n Anm lia. uml
tine up tliree niohihu. Man I Melt" ha" 1
lao written Ihe I'.iloiiel Ih.i n warm
nmt ultentar wel.'nme nwaitii him
when he ten hen there en tmir Till"
tii will be lnrte.l lout Hum! h
Impure Idood run you
inakiH you an easy victim fi
I 'or pure blood and koihiiI
- Ilurdock Itlood Hitter.
drtiK store. Price. $1 tio.
The HERALD Want Ads get
the best results.
313-315 W. Central
Mrs. Sophia Hubbell Romero
Now Visiting Friends Here
Kept Record While Fear of
Death was at Hand.
WAS IN BUSINESS
Declares no Safety for Ameri
cans Until United States
Protectorate has Been Es
tablished Over Republic.
Mr. Pophla llubhell itniricio, w Ii
vac licit Albu.ueriUe Wednesday
from lia AiikcIc to which city ho
eiapd from (Itiadala)arii. Mexico
after grave I1.1 r lull 1 1 uml dungeia,
kept a diary of echl leading up to
tin situation forctnM Anieriian to
.iit.l nf hi.r jiiim !'
will lav lure Indcllnltely with her
relative, until he can return to Mex- j
no. Hut she declais that there will
be alinolutely no safety for Amerl-
vana there tinlil nn American protec- .
torate ha been etahlllied she a
erled that he would fear for her li'e
If he returned under any pea-e pu-
la lwien A tin run and Mexp'o
Mr. Itoinero, who lived lit lia.nla-
lajara I we lie villi and wa muling
of the American Clothing lompauy
there, not only wa u victim of toe
war of eviction which Mexi.un now
are waging ugaint American, hit
she waa all eyewitlie to indignities
and outrage done to other.
The diary tells of her final escape
In Ihe Mari . tramp Hteamer with
2011 t'hineae aboard, and tell nf I ne
terrors of the MUlil from i.uadala-
Ijara to Manuililllo. where she bonded 1
th Marie a flight momentarily
threatened by death.
Her eie ap,. wa made in company
with a number of other American,
of whom were the men who were
compelled bv Mexican soldier to Wil
lie the burning of th American flag
nt Manxahlllo All of them w re
robhed by the feilclal. howevei. he
fore that occurred, an.l Mr. Homero
lacaped with only II J which he had
hidden in her stocklni;.
filven a choice of remaining in
tuadalajuia under French find Kmt
1 in Ii protection at the American ("Inn
Ifitt lompany. which would eventually
lead I" being delivered to the Mexl
inn. he believed, or fleeing, th iUgll
every Intereat he had waa in lu.id
nl.ijar.i. Mr llomero left with the
other refugee. They were atoned in
the treit a they Med to the train
wailing to crrrv them to aafetv. Th"y
were "toned in Ihe tram, and all along
the railroad line were mob of angry
Mexlcaji. houting "Ocath l the
i i ringoe '."
Here I Mrs llomero diary in
i lyart .
II r I t I h I'niuiilate. iluadiiliOara.
Meg., April IH -We weie to
have left lor Maiix.inlllo tomorrow',
lull word came that We iiiimt prepare
for a train al 1. o'clock All wu
eminent and confUKlon. Packing and
trying to make arraiigemetii In oine
way for Konie of our thing we weru
leaving behind t the men y nf tho
Wllh other American I reached
the ('iinioiolilan hotel a near II .i
poHMildc to IHtd all the Amci leans anx
lously walling. The crowd outside
wa gelling larger and more menac
ing at one time they forced their way
into the door and were expelled only
with difficulty by the police. We w o
ln.lt and children were ruidlcd to Ihe
third liner, where we would be in le
danger. Then word came that there
would be no train, aa the governor of
Ihe alate relued to allow u a train.
We Bought safety then and finally It
wu decided that we were all to a"
to the KngliHii lonsulul and be under
the HritiMh das.
The policeman holding h.uk the
angry moo, we entered carriagea and
started for the consulate. I wa with
a Mr Klpp. We had no sooner ar
rived at the consulate than we heard
that Ihe Klpp residence had alrenlv
been searched lor arms and ammuni
tion, that Ihe whole town ' being"
turned topsy turvy In the veaich, and
that In the evening Ihe mob would M
every American house
Vi.u. it u r Millliitf r.iiln.l on the I
I fttior 1.,.,-i.iiaA nf lha, acarcltv- of chall. '
All sre gloomy and sud. We hate to
leave ail that We have behind u tu
be burned and dettroyed by ih moh;
We all love Mexico, loo. and hale to
leave, not knowing- when we may re
turn. The Hrlllah consul ha Jut come In
and said that the governor has posted I
leave that city, and of her emupe , hl,ren were to he put on the ahlfi
the t inted Stale and eafeiy. parta ot ,, ,,, ho, nl lint a man
which ahe ha permitted to i.e .uD- , gun w w,.rr ,,r,.H.y nrr
Imhed. Mr. Homeru declare ahe ,hll, T,.n , hMr,i w
hotices on sll street comers saying
that any Mexican molesting foreign
er are to be shot.
How wv are to pass Ihe night I a
mystery. Will Ihe moh come or will
It not? It is so hard for us poor wo
men, hut the men sre extremely anx
ious, ton. We nave just been told
that while the American consul was
at dinner the consulate was stonej
slid the coat of arm torn down.
laich man la to fake hi turn at
I laying guard tonight. We are seventy-five
in sll. Two met al a time
will watch through Ihe night.
There are aaoiit fifty col siretehel
In Ihe corridor, and th guns ranged
against the wall give It quite a mar
A pi U 23 We o( off this morning.
Many bla k look were thrown after
un Ha we made nur way tu the train
We have been told we run rrach Mali
aanlllo In aafety. lint inuny daiiRei
heret our way, fur there are iilein
tunnel and luurteeu hrtdaei. And
the enalneer eall. hud he wlnheil.
could have turned tut tuima ami let ui
un down the barram .1,
I w.ia Juat handed .1 Mexican paper
thnt wnuld have Ix.-h funny If II
hadn't lurn nnthril. . tine atory 1
to the effect lhat one nf our war vea
Ida had been atink, and another that
l.arpiln, Kaalo I'an and Nonalea h:ie
been burned hy Mexnan mddierf. witu
arc now un their w.iy to Chicago.
Our enslne went on ahead once for
wait r and left un m rmdrd on the
leert. We were am red to detith for
fear It would not !!,. bark.
Al S o'clock we re.it hed Znpnllan
and 11 a rent moh n.n at the nation
Here an oltlrer io.iriled our train and
ri ad a telegram fmrn llueila, who
wlflied ua a pleaaaui journey and 11 -atired
Ua thai w w-i,. in no danger.
We were on lernlii,. nervnua ten
ton thero were I'm Mexican oulal.te
our train window, al! nmt aching tu
- e iul out they
yelled after ua. "I'cath tu the Annl-
one of the rum.u.i it that the Cal
ifornia fired on M li. rinan boat uli I
o we have truul.ii. wlih (ierm.iiiv
We hear the Mex'.ati have litirn'd
New orlenna and aio marching to
Wliitiiiton, Ho iiiniming
At t'nllna a terri'ile moh aurroiinil
ed n and demanded the urm of all
our men. The women wore nil fear
fully frlahtened. Ian the men atir
rindered their arniH witlni.it trouble.
rrle In lnr"nlllo.
April 24 We arrived at Manxin
llln laat night, but thero la no Amer
ican consul. When we are allowed
we ore to board a Herman tram'i
(learner with 200 ( Innameii aboard.
Koine any that a e l 1 j. bearing the
tar and atripea afraid to enter
Ihe harbor, al It niigltt work u aome
After waiting him nil hourb we
lieard the rumor thai the women an t
were all o be held a hoHlage.
The water waa awful mid we had
I no food. We Weic on ill' otiraaed
and hud jut heard lhat the I nlled
Mate had backed down and declare. I
1 peace w nen wora cme mm ine o-j
men and children were to gu annum
,,r( j on
hoard the Marie. All
wa confualon geiting here and o
much haa happened I can hardlv I
write about It. Aa we came down lllei
hill to embark there were crowd of j
dark, ugly looking people all along
the line. Thla crowd wa held hack,
but when we got to the iu(orn-i
hotiHv were were held and searched
and all our money wu taken, one
man had 8,0011 M.i and another
l.imii. and o on. All thnt had to bo
changed tu lilt 1st and when they ran
out of ''111 they gave iecelpta.
l'lnally the women
were ordered to the boats, we went
fl'st with one man who could not con-
trol his lear. lie was one of ihi
biggest men, ton. poor fellow. I I
pitied him, for 1 Knew what he would j
have tu face afterward. All the wo
men reached the hlp snd the men
stayed to attend m tho trunks.
Muddenly a S'liiud of Mexican sol
diers descended on the men. seised
Ihe last seventeen, marched them
through a yelling, frantic mob of
people. Home man from Ihe conuliile
threw out the American Hag and the
mob trampled it to the earth and
tamped on it. They took the flag and
lore It i nd to end. Mexican gu i
poured oil on il and act It allie. Tlo r.
the men were ordered to the conaul
ate. The crowd waa awful, crcu th
ing and yelling Insults to our flag and
country. Not ""' ( uur n"'n had a
Hut at the i cumulate they were un
haimed. for a i ry thnt an American
warrhip was au boring sent the Mex
ican flying ! catch every train ana
jox car out of th eclty.
Then a Oilman came to our men
"I will do what I ran to help you
If It gets Worse I will spread the tier,
man Mag over you and declare yu
are (ierinan eltinena." ,
Then a Mexnan olllcer, who had
rushed away the moh. signaled our
men to come down. They off .red him
II. nun reward and he retimed it. sav
ing he wa u Holdier and doing hi
duty, hut he mt the men could give
It to his Wife a present If they
We were to wait twenty-four hour
for another train nf refugee, lint
we were hiixtened out of the harbor
In Ave minutes' warning and could
I wonder what that mean for the
other refugee Will they make an
. ape or will they die?
STRUCK BY BOLT
IIW Wire to fetin Iterate! I
Hcrlm. May .-A raptlve mililatv
balloon was ri'n by lightning and
det royed todiv it Zoken. mile
South of I lei 1 1 The lllllllaly lele
graph battalion w using the nulloon
in wireless expei tnents.
Mi:T III LIM E IT.
jW lioit WHI Knoun Alhuiiierque Peo
ple Till II avu I'lalnly.
When public endorsement is
by a representative cltlxen of Albu
querque Ihe pro f Is iKwltlve. You
must believe It. Head this testimony.
Kvery sufferer nf kidney bach a. ho.
very mm, woman or child with kid
ney trouble will do well tu read the
A. W. Rambrook, tot Routh llruad
way, Albuquerque. N. M., says: "I
waa greatly troubled with pains In the
small of my back and In my aides.
The kidney accretions were unnatural
and at timra painful. I had often no
ticed IHisn's Kidney p recommend
ed by local people and I got a supply
At first they helped ma and my kid
neys were strengthened. I aoun f't
belter In every way. Blnce then.
I whenever my kidneya have hot h ere J
me. I have ued IKtan'e Kldnev I 1 1 las
and they have never tailed to help
For Bale by all dealers. Pries to
rente. Pueter-Mllburn Co.. Piiffa'.!,
New York, sole ageala for the foiled
Remember the name Onan'a
and take nu other.
There is satisfaction in cooking when you
It rcmfivcs dozens of worries from the mind of tho
This is the way an excellent cook prepares
Tiifci. fint nt inltt rntn int m fan nf iwwt n,n when rn fnrn
l o..l ,.f HN.ni llir Mt. Iwa tablrp.ntula .l ntiU. n.ia uhl.
Imw.,,!.,! rt mlti-d rnllnlrue, ani pill anj a q.iarlr lt,na ivtl
1 I ".II I n.l l.i-.l II. raa vk.U. ait.lin tl orn hr .lr,-. ., ll.n
r.lk an.l Ci.llnlanir thirfci-n itlh eneiiali Sn.ir In h.-.ld lln-m t.t-ll.t,
f.l adtlin a ttaaponnhil nl halaln p,i.-,lt la 111 gniir. Hava 1,-aJa a'
fci-llla ol hn C'.llulrnff anil drnp tt.a -nn ftom ipnnn Inln II an.l
fry lo a lil. hrnwn. ThM friitara r ia go4 irle tn Cullulan
Ida umi a on wontil trr agga.
Any frncticul honrwifc
tho wholcsometicss mid
Remi mhcr always to vnc one-third Cottoti-oe
tliurt you would of butter or lard.
Order Coti'.len today from your groi er. AlHnaeml to
ua lor ou FRKK Cook hook. IIOMK HI- I PS, writ.
0 by Mrs. Helen Armairong, Mrs. Lincoln snd
other cooking authorities.
rut i, .
RODEY SAYS VOTES
Maintains Contention that
Amendment to Constitution
to Obtain Equal Suffrage
Next to Impossible
TELLS OF DIFFICULTY
SUFFRAGISTS WILL MEET
i In an editorial communication nrt
ilrc8cl to ,he hi. nla l e New Mem
i an. Judge Kernard H Koiley of Al
liuqiicrque maintains hi conleuiinns
regarding the difficulty or uiiicnllff
the New Mexico i onMlltution in or
der to obtain vote for women and
pointing out the dll f icull lea which
the women of the nlalc will huvo tn
their right for the liulloi. 'I l.o let
Kdllor Ni w Alex aim: I nolo that
Attorney ticmrul fluncy at tho wo
man's day meeting lust Saturday ex
pressed doubt about Ihe corri . I n' Mi
of my view regarding the almost pro.
hlbitive difticuliy In ohtutrinic vol. a
for women under our count it tit ion.
He, while apparently ui, milling uiv
i oiileiitloii. thlnka that probably un
der the blue law ballot nio.lc of am
endment an addition of the words
'uml feiiialW could lie iniiile to tint
(lalichis,. e la line. 1 wish he wan
right, but I cannot ace it that way.
at least a long an com la are wedded
to precedent 'oiiclil tilion are. of
(ourse, limitation upon IckInIiii lire
rlei'tion of Aianle VII. or our con
stitution grant tuil Kiiffrag,; to every
'lllule clllit'li." but only partial
tmhooli Militate to womi-n; so it
can In- seen, contrary to what Mr.
Clancy say, that the trainer did not
think oi votes for women, but dcllli-eiat.-ly
restricted that right.
Article XIX a onginit'ly adopted
plow, ling the iiioile of amendment,
wh restrictive and reactionary lit
term thai i murrisK itself re wrote it
entile, and reiiined u to adopt ,i in
the new form bctorc the stato would
hi' abmiited lo tin union. 'I lie ariicle 1
a re-writleii made oidinary amend
ments to the const it ut in'i quit,, easy.
but a proviso in the fuel vcittoii of
till re-wrltlcn blue ballot ult. le. a
I v lew- ii. c ontain the J k r. it rcud.
I "Provided no amaii.liiie.it shall tip
lily lo or effect ihe provision of
ectioi 1 and 3 of Article. VII lo r.
cf on elective franchise . ." TI.M
is followed and .limbed by scctloi. 3
of the re-written article, vvhnb pro- I
Milesv in NiiliKlance, that !' the e..n- ;
hlituti..ii hliall be so ami'iitli'd ua lo '
allow law hy direct vote ol the peo- i
I'll sin h law tan he only such laws '
a in li; lit ena. led by the lcgiU- !
lure under the consl it ut ion.
Un tar a I can find llloomer v , ,
Todd, et al, 1 Pac. ia tin. lead j
Ing caae ou Moniewhat cognate fa. IS j
in thi aubject. The organic act of '
the territory of SVashiiiuloil prov id- i
ci that "every while mala inhabit- '
ant" should Vote al the It rati i 'ection, '
I ut that ut aubseqiieiit eltstion lha
legislature should tlx the qjuliticu-
lions, but that only "citixen of the I
t'nlted Htatea" ahould vote The leg.
Ifluture thereafter granted suffrugu ,
to women but the supremo court I
held that l it uen of the I'lilt. d !
Hlule a used In the organic act,
meant male citizen; so that the wo- I
men of the territory, and ubeiUent i
rtute of Washington, after havlnij
exercised It for aeveral years, re
mained without suffrage until aome
two years ago. when It waa r grant
ed them. I low uur. it might be well.
In order to get a ruling of our su
preme court on Ihe Important ques
tion, to propose a woman sutriaue
Mniendineiil to our next legislature
i.nd If It receive a mu,nrlty Vote hy
Ihe people afterwards, then It would
to easy to get the matter before tho
F It ITT KR S.
will at once appreciate
economy tf tlnn pure
a to itu ii.iiftltuttnn-
i k iiuiii-,r.
M. May It, H,
POLICE START Oil
Two Men in Plain Clothes As-
signed to Round up Auto
and Motorcycle Speeders -Offenders
Speeding by chauffeur uml Mint or
cy disie through the Iiiimiiicm illatrlci
of the city I tu be brought to a hall
by the poll.,, department The police
have always mmikM to put a . he. k on
Ihe speeder 111 Ihe Nlleel where foot
and vehicular traffic l heavy, but
every now and then a w-'. e of peed
ing Meema to come up. The of lenders
UHiially are not the owner of pleas
ure cur, but chaulfeiii, principally
Ihe driver of liuHine tara. Motor
cycllsl.H genera 1 1 v seem to catch the
fever tor ei'iiiMhing Ihe eieed ordl
nuncc. nnd among them the plea-urn.
rider iih well iw the meengi r I the
Hie of Ihe so-called Npeedlng wave
Hccni to be under way tmw. There
have been M'Velal colliKli.n between
lllltoinolille and between allto uml
other Vehicle ill let cut week, and
yesterday flilef ol Pollie Mc.MtIMn
gave older to stall a cliinide imalnat
Two orfcuileiH were brought before
Judge lleorge II. flalg In the police
1 1 this morning Kverett fole, a
chauffeur lor a laundry, and Krunk
M Hough, a moiori yip-t, cic fined
$" for fat drivini; e-.ter.t.iv
Two men in plain ,.ibe have been
53 -v v'.V'"t . ' I it
VT1" .k...j...Mt:.llllil.lliwi'"'- ., 1
ft":"F''r "'wi""Trt""'";''T " I V
I cmnr'n nrni I
Tin- Krel o-d t .Hiking s .I ever In UI tn Ilic world, ntlli
llie Miald ii uiiniiiil I iii cl Ii N ten. ,. I ta ii i . ala lli
o. Ililli-r. In iliaigc, will be to Id at the inlitii mm In iH-nvcr.
May IJ in l liicliiivc. on .. iaiigc will le u- il.
Tin- I louver Post, uiiikr vvlio.- aii-iii' lln- great hIcfw Is
given, wantiii tlic l-.t I lour on I aiiii P r ihclr Ijivit kc.
IIH lilt. I'aii. ukc. I atli ) ca t like ami Waflle . oul.-t. and
alter cxliaii-ti ve k-hIn of all llui on tin uiaik.l tlicv -ah- Id
SELF RISING FLOUR
We waul ever) woman In lliuqlicqiie In lr thi woo.blfal
flour at ikm-v. ItcmoiilM'r ,.mr I.ks it hu Iiimi ih ik.iis m re.
fund Hit' full pun lia-e prliv If u are mm iimhc lliaii plegMil
allir a linking trial. ou are m1i judgi- of pike's Peak"
qiiaM l. Tin iM iiver I'oal mild not lupr a'H'. Ii-il tin woinlci
lul lt"ur l"r Ihf greatc.t t isikiiig -lud v. i le Id If II wcte
in! like vert lliieM Hour ever put on the market.
t l ib.
r , i,
iiKMigned to the nolo iiiad. and they
will be on duty dally Kvcry rpeed
lug ntitolNl or tin. ton ychit detected
will be urrented.
SOUTH SECOND STREET
PUPILS APPEAR IN
lii-iing ' xercle were held last
night at Hie houth H.cond Htruel
si hool. nt which founty Kuperln
tendi nt Alumi!. Mmttoya delivered
Ihe nddrcHN. The grammar grades,
id which Mis Marie Kpinosa in
teacher, gave the following program'
Flag lirill - Second grade.
Oianilmu recitation Itutl) l.lv
I "The Telephone." recital Ion l.u-
"My I recitation Klorenca
Itu it. y
Holdier Hong Him nnd grade
"My llund." recitation I'anKvl
"The Ooblins." recitation Imnlel
Indlun Drill Third nnd, fuuitli
"Hi hool I I lie," song Klflll
"The Fairies' Pevel." play Third,
Itotirth nnd fttth grade girls.
"tlood llye, ' recitation Vein
" ur I'lag." song The school
The piimiuy grader, of which Mle
Vicente .Mohlovii Is lea.hur, gave
the lollowlng prograin:
Ameri. u Pupils.
"I trend of l,i'SHoiiN," recitation.
Washington Hong - pupila.
f boosing I'rolesslon Ten Imv
"Wlio Hlole the Chick" n""' Two
A Meiry Time -Tw ell e children
JapaucHe Mania - five girbi
The hool close next Friday.
I llle for Slouim li Itlxiriler.
I'lHordcr of the stomach mav be
nvoiiled by the use of ('hatpin Hani's
'labp't. Many very remarkable
.lire have been effected by these
tablets. Hold hy u l driiKKlHta,
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