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PUBLISHED XYIBT FBIDAI. MM MU STOTT, MBAS ASAPAHOS ROTT. C. A. FRANKLIN Imtm. TERMS. Ont r«r R.N Six Hootfaf M.M Thntaoatha 50 Inland U th# poxtofßoa, Doorar, Colorado, u MOOfxd elan ■lllmxttar. Black 220 T. Phone us your news. Phone us your printing orders. ALBUQUERQUE NEWS. Easter exercises at the A. 11. E. Church were very good, and a large crowd was out. These who took part ou the program were well prepared for the occasion. Among those de serving special mention are the duet, by Misses Black and Houston; the pa per, "Easter Day,” by Mrs. Byas; so lo, by Mrs. Montgomery. The choir under the direction of Rev. Thornton and wife, rendered excellent service during the evening exercises. The trail given by the 20th Cen'ury Dancing Academy, was a success. A large crowd was out, making it an en joyable event. As a result of the recent lyi ching in Springfield, Mo., Gov. Hagerman of New Mexico, gives his views on lynch law. He eajs in part, that such lynebings could not take place in New Mexico while he is Governor, and that it would be a lasting dis grace for a Sheriff to have a prisoner taken from him. Such remarks make it evident that we hare *a man for Governor of New Mexico. The people of this city who have relatives and friends in San Francisco at this time, are spending sleepless nights in worry for the safety of their lives, caused by the recent earth* quake. Sam Lee of Chicago, is a new ar rival for the benefit of his health. Miss Emma Walace of Waco, Tex as, stopped over in the city while en THE BTATEBMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. route from Los Angeles, anil wai pleasantly entertained by J. P.Mitch el, an old acquaintance. Mrs. Sweene; and her daughter, Mrs. Caldwell of Indianapolis, lod., are here for their health. Sergeant Harrison formerly of the 9th Cavalry, has opened the old Mid way saloon. He invites his friends to give him a call. Capt. John Taylor is manager of the place, and we wish them success. Mrs. Ella Courtney of Silver City, was visiting here last week. Rev. Byas has been ill for several days. NOTICE. Persons having matter for publi cation will bear in mint] that this paper goes to press Thursday night and not Friday noon as formerly. This will necessitate earlier mailing of correspondence of all kinds. The ear lier It comes, the more likely you are to have It printed In Its entirety. We are no respecter of p ersons and give all an even break. But we cannot do the Impossible, so If your matter comes to us late, do not complain that It Is "cut" or even left out DEVIL’S ISLAND TORTURE Is no worse than the terrible ease of Plies that afflicted me ten years. Then I was advised to apply Bucklen's Ar nica Salve, and less than a box perma nently cured me, writes L. 8. Napier of Rugles, Kentucky. Heals all wounds, Burns and Bores like magic. 25c at all druggists. AT THE DENVER A CHILD BUYS AS SAFELY AS ITS PARENTS Infants’ and Children’s Wear These Exceptional Bargains Will Be Found on the Second Floor Children's Linen Three quarter Coat, sailor collar, with emblem on corner, special $1.75. Children's White P. K. Three-quarter Coats, double-breasted, large with embroidered stars on collar, special $2 75. Children’s Cloth Reefer in nary, red and castor, braid trimmedi special $2.25. Infants’ Long Bedford Cord Coat, braid and ribbon trimmed, special $2.50. Children’s Lingerie Hat, in blue or white, hemstitched, embroidery and lace trimmed, special $2.25. Children's Pink, Blue and White Washable Hats, button crowns, >pecial 750. Children's Lingerie Hats, of fine Swiss, elaborately trimmed in Val. lace and satin ribbon, special $4.00. Children’s Mull Bonnets, with tuck, hemstitching and lace trim ming, special 35c. Children's Arnold Night Drawers, light weight, with feet, sues 1 to 8, special 60c. Infants' Arnold Nightgowns, summer weight, all sizes, special hoc infants' Summer Weight Vests, sizes 1 to 6, special 25c. ■ ARE YOU GOING EAST? If so one trip via Will convince you ol its superiority of service. Through Standard Pullman Sleepers, Tourist Sleepers, Free Reclining: Chair Cars, High Back Seat Coaches to KANSAS CITY &. ST. LOUIS, MO. Through Tourist Pullman Sleepers to Chicago, Boston and points east. Every Convenience, Comfort and Luxury. SUPERIOR SERVICE LOW RATES For further information call on or address H. B. KOOSER, J .H. GINET, Jr. O. W F. & P. A. T. P A. Denver, Colorado.