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ALHUQUKKOUK EVENING CITIZEN
PAGE FIVE. I. ' M Gldl: Com FIoueit Unas Ibeeim soldi S MONDAY, MARCH 5, 1906. JUST RECEIVED A LARGE CONSIGNMENT OF RUGS AilO CARPETS A1J bunqeirquii for tw .A SAMUEL SCIiUTZ PASSES AWAY In El Paso, at the Age of 78. Was That City's Pio- neer Merchant. RELATIVES WERE AT HIS BED5IDE Bernard llfeld. Noa llfeld and Janu s Grunsfeld, the latter two sonsln-law of the late Samuel Schutz, who passed away In El Paso Friday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock, returned this morning from El Paso, where they attended the funeral, which was held at the SchuU home. 127 San Francisco Btreet, yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock, Rabbi Martin Zielonka, of Temple Mount Sinai, officiating. At the Jewish cemetery In Concordia, where Interment took place, the serv ices were conducted under the aus pices of the E4 Paso Pioneers' asso ciation, of which the deceased had long been a member, he having been one cf the original pioneers of El Paso, coming to that city In 1854, when the city was known as Fort Franklin, Texas, p.t that time one of the out posts of southwestern civilization. With one exception, that of William Treyer, the deceased was the oldest pioneer, in point of years of continu ous residence, living In El Paso. Com ing to El Paso In 1854 he established the first mercantile store of any mag nitude that city had then known. This first store was esiabllshed on w'nat Is now San Francisco street, on the very spot where his beaut If Ui home In which he breathed his last, now stands. Prospering, as the city grew, he was, up until his retirement seme ten years ago. El Pasj's leading busi ness man, and was known as the Father of San Francisco street, which street he had always contended would one lay be El Paso's leading business Btreet. As a striking example of the Irony of fate lie died Just as his faith was about to be rewarded and his con tentions come true, for, since the buildiug cf the new Union depot, that street has doubled in commercial value. Mr. Schutz was bIro the one who established El Paso's first street railway, the old mule car line, and was one of the ardent workers in se curing an electric line as the ci!y out grew the mule line. Mr. Schutz was well known to a large number or Allniquerqueans, he having visited here a number of times, and several of his vchildren making this city their home. De ceased, who was 78 years old at the time of his death, leaves a widow and nine children to mourn his loss, be sides a host of friends Ml over the country. The surviving members ot the family are Mrs. S. Schutz, his wife, Adolph and Edwin Schutz. of El Paso, sons; Joseph, a son living in New York; Mrs. Henrietta Schutz, of Silver City, a daughter; Mrs. Noa ll feld, Mrs. B. Spitz, Mrs. James Gruns feld, daughters, living in this city; Mrs. H. E. Dillon, of San Diego, a daughter; and his youngest, daughter. Miss Irma St-huta, of El Paso. The three daughters residing in this city, who were present at the bedside when the grim summens came, have not. yet returned, and will remain In 121 Paso several days longer trying to comfort each other, in this, their darkest- hour of trouble and misery. Besides being a member of the Pioneer association, the deceased had for many years been a member of the Masonic order, Joining in the sixties, but for some reason taking a demit several years ago, and since that time being an inactive member only. He was known as a public spirited citi zen, and was well liked by all who knew him. Friends of the deceased in this city extend to the bereaved relatives their heartfelt sympathies. . TERRITORIAL NURSES EFFECT PERMANENT ORGANIZATION The New Mexico Territorial Nurses' association has perfected a perma nent organization for the betterment of the profession, by the election of the following officers: President Miss Lillian Radcliffe. Vice President Miss Mary C. Mer ritt. Stc-ond Vice President Thomas A Wit it. Jr. Secretary Miss Ruth E. Mil.vtte. Treasurer Daisy Clay pool. Historian Dr. Mary A. Hunter. Executive Committee Mrs. Pinnell Miss Gaffln and Miss Dolqulst. The meeting adjourned to meet again at the same place, March 12, at 7:3t p. m. All graduate nurses in the city are repuested to be present. BUTCHER'S DELIVERY HORSE RAN AWAY MADE MATTERS LIVELY ON SEC OND STREET AND GOLD AVE NUE TODAY. Tlu- horse attached to .1. Saniora's meat delivery wagon of Old Albu querque, became friglitened anout o'clock this morning while standing in ar the postofllce on South Se-ond street, and started east on Silver ave nue at a lively clip. With the wagon swaying dangerously behind him, the horse, on reaching Gold avenue on : First street, turned north on the ave nue and along this thoroughfare wad tearing madly westward until an iron awning )ole in front of IKidson's. "locked horns" with the vehicle andt brought it. ii so sudden a stop that the 1 horse was freed from it and continued on for some distance before being sitimwil Mint was strewn orofusclv I-,-- along the thorotishfares traversed, and the wagon was badly wrecked. ALBUQUERQUE MAN USES HIS RAZOR Ran Amuck in Topeka While ' Insane Probably Fatally I Injuring Two Persons I WORKED FOR W. T.THORTUN HERE Readers of The Kooning Citizen will remember reading exclusively In this paper of a call one Cyrus Hay good, a mro, Hiti'le upon Chief of Police McMillln Feme weeks ago, at vhic.li time Haygood told the niar--liiil that he was hilnj: pursued by a n,ul) cf persons ir.ltnt upon taking his life ; ;h:U v. liiio at the Satitn Fe js'.uticn he c-xivheiiMl parties whisper ing nl-oiil. htm which sounded illie threats, cud rcinted several other in cidents nlcng the Ktne line. Hay giM.l icTiK-iiti-d ;bii' fin of'icer be s'.a timed a; Hie depot it evening to protect liini. as he was noine to leave jtlto cby to enter the Western Unl vci.ity, near Kansas XC ty a regro I theological ecliege, to tPke a three j.viars' course. The ma fet.al informed ; liajgocd that an ofhci v.ould be on hand that eveuipg, to uliend to his wains and llnygood c ct rted. Chief McMillen concluded that liaygood had a few wheels in his belfry and paid uo more t.ileiiliun ti) the matter. The uegpi by the v:.y. c big trap ping fellow, viio hi I bten working for the Thornton Carpet Cleaning company, here, took his departure, but apparently got off at Topeka, as the following dispatch, published in . lnc Evening Citizen will prove, and w! Ich will conclusively show that jlliygood was Insane at the time he i called upon the police here: lopeka, Kan., Feb. 23. After cut ting and slashing three white per sons, two of whom will probably die, Cyrus Jiaygcod, a negro, who is be- Hievrri tti lie llisnne Kiirrpnilcrtxl tn th. ' police here this morning and begged I Ifor protection. He had been chased by friends of the victims. During the;u" " " uvlj uui night Haygood was surprised while attempting to rob a boarding house kept by H. E. Coons and wife. In an rtlort to escane he slnsheil them hoth. loiter, he attacked David Brewer, a! I newspaper carrier, whom he evidently I mistook for a policeman. Mrs. Coon and Brewer may die. Another report from Topeka states that Haygood, previous to this slash- ing affray, ran .breathless into a man s house, begging that he be protected from a mob close onto his heels. The man so approached, reaching the con- elusion that the negro was insane. sought to detain him until the police could be summoned. When Haygood beard this gentleman telephoning for the police he started to run, . -was caught by the man, and while en gaged in holding Haygood was hor ribly cut up by the negro, who used a razor. The man has been commited to an asylum . Haygood left here on or about the 28th of December. Mr. Thornton In forms The Citizen that he discharged the fellow because of the symptoms of insanity which frequently came to the surface. Haygood worked here for several months and has relatives living up in the Highlands. HOW LENT IS BEING OBSERVED BY SOME MANY AND DEVIOUS ARE THE WAYS CHOSEN TO OBSERVE, OR RATHER AVOID, THE DUTIES OF LENT. Hy bunging un the miesMon or thc.ou ,u..,i,.. Ti... , ' the replica and remarks made, one k,i,f was thls mwning orought be can easily learn that to some It means fore Judge Crawford again, allowed merely a stricter economy than bo-: t plead guilty of assault, through his fore, rather than a dutiful observance : attorney, T. N. Wllkerson and sen "M he denials or the Lenten reason, tenced to pay a fine of ' $.Vt. The "I am ebserving Lent," said o.io money was handed over and Bohag man, notoriously stingy, by niVnlng I left the court room u free man but ij ne ami lainiiy eat only one meal ; a day "I am going to bed every night at 9 o'clock," said one fair maid, with a tendency to avoirdupois. "If you do,' retorted the cruel man, to whom the bartender at the White Klephant. remark was made, "you'll look like: Later, when hostilities had lieen an elephaut before Easter arrives." transferred to Oraham Bros.' saloon, "1 am not going to smoke or chew it is alleged that Bohag stabbed How tobacco during Lent," said a man woord in the back with a knife, inflicting has twice taken the Keeley cure. a wound which fortunately did not "We haven't had a bite of meat on Prove serious. About a week ago, our table the past month," said a man Howard got through at the White who walks two miles "every day to 1 KI''l,llrt"t. and left the city. Witnesses borrow his neighbor's newspaper.!10 the stabbing affray have also left "Why not?" inquired the listener, i for I,art8 unknown-, and that the "Oliservln' Dent." said the thought-1 county might be saved from the ex less, s ingy man. pense, such as bringing interested "I am going to deny myself auto-1 !"'ties hack to this city for the trial, mobiles," remarked the bootblack at u was "'l'''"ied advisable to dispose the Alvarado 1 lf tlle oaKe 1,1 1,U! 1M,1('" court. "I am going to abstain from tatln-; pastry," said the man who suffers from indigestion. j Despite the stringencies of the Leu-; ten rules regarding amusements, there are s'lll several forms of social intircouse that can be Indulged in j witiiout offending one's sense of the litness of things. For instance. lunch eons are permissable, "talkfests" al-' lowed, receptions, without cards, and likv? entertainments. But it is not to these that the fair sex turns during this season Feminine apparel that ells the story. Day dreams of that: rt.aoh w(th , IMajn ,)1t Kas.er gown and hat. Trips to the wil, ,,,, a ,,nuu.M Jin(1 lnt(, (. dressmaker, bargain hunting, shop h(m n,y. The main ,;Ul. )lf tlu, ntjW Ping tours galore-these are the , ro;lrl t.rwiivii u. main Mll,. of tho things with which they find ample, Kanla Kt, ,.oust lin,., thirteen miles amusement during the benten season j w,,h, OI- tJallup. IWt fail to hear Dr. Payne at the' Mr. ami Mrs. Aldrkh will remain in l.ea.l Avenue Methodist church, j l,ht l;' u,ui1 VN (lt" s,la'- Mm- ai' Thursday night on "Rome, the 1 lr"h las been here f r a couple ot Eternal City." Admission 23 cents, j wt'eks with a si k friend. Mrs. Cod 0 I dington, mother of Sheriff Henry Cod- GARBAGE CANS. FOR GOOD, STRONG CANS AT LOWEST PRICES PHONE OR CALL ON ALBUQUERQUE HARDWARE CO. i TOE GUM, AT RUPPE'S FLOUR The lest and Cheapest. NEGRO HORRIBLY BURNED IN SALOON Alcohol Poured on William Hardeman's Leg and Match Applied to It. E. CHAVEZ ACCUSED OF CRIME William Hardeman, a negro, was horribly burned Saturday morning in the Daylight saloon, on North Third street, and B. Chavez Is charged by Hardeman as having applied the torch which may result in the colored mail 1 slnit n non-Inn of his right leg Hardeman alleges that he was sit ting In a chair in the saloon, asleep, when he was suddenly awakened by a terrible pain emanating from his right a ,kle. He discovered that his sock a on fire. In great agony. Hardeman tore the sock away, only to discover that this relieved him none of the excruciating pain. Inasmuch as the entire flesh on the member was being cooked. Hardeman claims that E. Chavez hal poured a quantity of alcohol on his right leg and touched a match-to It. The fiery fluid soaked quickly Into the' skin which the flames Ig nited with lightning rapidity. lho llesh was literally cooked, in flicting a horrible wound down to where the tightly laced shoe stopped the further downward progress of the liquid. Hardeman reached police court with difficulty, being scarcely aole to crawl along, with the aid of a cane. He swore out, a warrant for the ar rest of Chavez, which was served. Hardeman visited the office of the city surgeon and physician and had the ugly wound attended to. There Is a probability of the man losing his foot as a result of the fiendish prac- l!rnl li.l.-t. rflMD J V f- TAPS fillT FOR RIFLE PRACTICE SOME EXCELLENT SCORES MADE. COMPETITIVE DRILL FOR SER GEANTSH IPS AND CORPORAL SHIPS TOMORROW NIGHT. r Ysterday, the entire day was spent P'.v the members of Company G, Na- nonai uuarcts, on their ritle range, ' niarknianship practice. Over tarn shots were fired at the target, in the c"ti'"e of which some good scores wt'ri! made, Ih ivate Henulng scoring (the highest individual record, making 42 out of a possible 50. at 200 yards. tomorrow nignt mere will be a competitive drill - held in the Com pany O armory, In Elks building, at which time those making the bejt in dividual records in the manual of arms, will be awarded sergeantships or corporalships, nccordlng to the showing made. Friday night Major Elder will review the company and hold inspection. Visitors are cor dially invitedto be present, at iinv or nil of these drills. HARRY BOHAG FINED $50 IN POLICE COURT HE ASSAULTED HARRY HOW ARD WITH A KNIFE, RECENT LY, IN A SALOON. Harry Bohag, a bartender, who supplied in several local saloons, and who, on January 9th last, was com- r l.ttl I... . . 1 y- e i . much wiser from his long confine- tnent In the county bastile. On January 9th, lastj Bohag, while In a quarrelsome mood, it is said. quarreled with Harry Howard, a night GALLUP WILL GET BRANCH OF NEW ROAD MAIN LINE OF ARIZONA & COL. ORADO CROSSES SANTA FE COAST LINES THIRTEEN MILES WEST OF ftARBON CITY. S. E. Al.lk-h. a prominent citizen of Gallup, who is In the city accom- t'.llli.'.l t.v tii ivif.i iivu Itmt ill.. A el .,,, 'fnira.t ' .i'ii..i ,,-m . dlngton,- of McKlnley county. Mrs. Coddington Is f,o years of age and Irom nervousness, hhe was advised to come to Albuquerque by her physician, who thought that the chance ln'. u lower altitude would be lieueflclul to her. WATER AND SAND GREASY WITH OIL Hendrickson's Well Shows Good Indications for a Real Gus he MANY VISITORS THERE YESTERDAY Yesterday, afternoon a representa tive of The Kveuuing Citizen visited the "oil find" on Martin Hendrick son's place, five miles south of the city, and found the facts ns presented to the public exclusively In last Sat urday's issue of this paper not at all exaggerated. Standing around the well, which it Is hoped will yet produce a gusher, were Joseph T. Johnston. D. 11. Boat rlnht. George Kdlck, W. W. Bacon and Martin Hendrlckson. Others from the city had come and gone, giving their opinion pro and con and others. Including y. y. Trotter and W. H. McMUllon, came later In the afternoon. All examined the water and the black oily sand, anil all expressed confidence that oil in more or less quantities was somewhere yet undis covered in that vicinity; perhaps in flowing condition in the Hendrickson well on further development. Mr. Hendrlckson is very sanguine that ho has Just struck the oiwnlng strata of an "oil field" and believes, like those with whom he conversed yesterday, that by further boring, Which Will now hnvn in lw nrxrim- pllshed through machinery, that a koou now oi on, ir not a gusher, will undoubtedly be struck. "About two months ngo," said Mr. Hendrlckson, "I started on the well for the purpose of securing water for drinking and Irrigation purposes and at fortv-twn fiit Roeure,l n fine fluur of good water for drinking purposes. mis wen is six foot, and at the bot tom 1 commenced drilling in the hope of striking a larger How for Ir rigation purposes. (In reaching forty four feet further, the odor of petro leum was very great and with every draw of the pipe water and sand, greasy and strongly Impregnated with oil, was brought forth. I am confi dent that oil exists somewhere In this vicinity, but the strata reached is so firm that it will take more than or dinary man power to drill through; machinery must bo Installed." Mr. Hendrickson stated that a gen tleman from Pennsylvania was among the visitors yesterday and he declared that the indications for oil were ns good as those to be found anywhere in the oil regions of that state. The farmers and ranchers, five and six miles south of town, as stated last Saturday in The Kvehfnf" Citizen, met in this city for the purpose or organizing and collecting a fund to prosecute further work on the well, but no action was taken. It Is un derstood today that another meeting will be held here tomorrow, when an organization will be effected by the election of officers and a fund' sub scribed to push the work. MAN NAMED PENMAN ' IS CHARGED WITH ASSAULT MFS. P. S. WATTS SAYS HE IN SULTED AND THREATENED HER LAST NIGHT. Mrs. P S. Waits i, sworn out n warrant in the police court for the arrest of a man nam'd IVnmnn kht- lilin oiio.rmi ini..un,i , uinh' ii m mi 1 1 cn and threatened to assault her. Mrs. 'una ufiHises tnai wniie leaving the African Methodist Episcopal church, last evening, penman hurled bad and offensive l.iiiininfm nt !,., T......,..n '"-'.- r .... ii. i. i irimuiij was arrested today and will be given a Hearing tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock. COLONEL McCOMELL WILL VISIT ALBUQUERQUE Charles II. McConnel, proprietor of the (ireat Economical drug store, in Chicago, a Civil chief of staff to General J. C. Black. late commander In chief if the Grand Army of the Republic, will probably be In Albuquerque next month. He Is now in Cuba, and writes to Colonel Max Frost of Santa Fe, that after a tarry In Mexico on bis linmonnr.t journey, I is his Intention to stop off in Attiuquerqiie to see Major II. H. Whiting. In whose regiiti. iit the Twen ty fourth Michigan volunteer Infan'iv of the "Iron brigade." In- was a kit. geant, and from ben. lie will u,i in Santa Ee. Miss Irene, the 1 l-vcm-- Id lmiititor of Mr. and Mrs. John Steward cele brated her llth birthday Saturday af t'Tiioon will! party at which were present the following n"' sts: Clara Kletlimilkr, Francis Untitling, Nor- inne and Hortense Switzer. Keba Star, Roberta I.angsliun!. I.eta Ab bott. Myrtle Faber, M.u l. Allen, Lucy i-aea. . vie Toych, Flo 1 l.amb ami Irma. and Floyd and In n- Steward. MORTUARY. Mrs. M. A. Skees. Word has Just been received this city of lho death ol Mrs M in Skees. wife of the chirr clerk in the. Spot Cash grocery stor,- in the norfh end. which occurred ai t'orbln. Ky., li'T old home, where Mr. and Mrs. Skees went from here some few weeks ag In the hopes that a change of cli ma'e would benefit the deceased, who suffered from an affliction of the heart. John Frisbie. John Kilsliie, aged yrs, iu t.iU city late Suuday evening from uiberculoslH. Ik-ceased had been a resident of Albuquerque about thirty 'lays. George Frisbie. an undo of the young man, will arrive in tho city to- nisht to take the remain barlr in hJ '-niig man's former home. Grant villc. Kas., for Interment. Joe Ervln. I Joe Ervln, formerly of Philadelphia, Pa., passed away In this city about 11 o'clock last evening rrom tubercu losis, from which he had long been a sufferer. The deceased had been liv ing in Albuquerque about five weeks. His father and brother, who are em ployed In the Baldwin Locomotive works In Philadelphia, have been com munlcated with, and the body will be neid awaiting their desires In tho mat ter of Interment. Fune!aTs Andrew Melzll. The funeral ceremonies over there mains or the late Andrew Meitll, aged 34 years, who died In this city Saturday morning at 9 o'clock, as the result of tuberculosis, after fourteen months spent In Albuauernue ennihai- ting the dread disease, took place ftunaay morning at 9 oclock from Strong's chapel, interment In Santa narbara cemetery. Tfie deceased leaves a wife and two children, who reside In Philadelphia. Mary Ryan. The funeral services of the late Ma rv Rvan. the nlx-monthR-olH Hnmrh. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ryan, who died at the Ryan residence on NortVi Second street yesterday of pneu monia, took nlace this mornln? from the Immaculate Conception church at a ociock, interment In Santa Barbara cemetery. Mr. Ryan is tho night fire man at the American Lumber com pany's plant. Orren Fenlason. Orren Fenlason, who died at his home In this city Thursday, was buried Sunday afternoon, at 3 o'clock In Falrvlew cemetery. The cere monies were held In Strong's chapel, Rev. J. M. Sollle officiating. PRINTERS ELECT OFFICERS At a regular meeting of Albuquer que TyiMigraphlcal union No. 304. held yesterday, the following officers were elected. Prtsident W. J. Davis. Vice President Harry SI evens. Secretary-Treasurer E. J. Strother. Executive Committee George Crane, James Vorhes and C. F. Rob erts. Sergeant-at-Arms Ben Dlgneo. Delegates to Central Iakt Union W. J. Davis, Harry Stevens and C. F. Roberts. MODERN" IVIKTIIODS FOR PROGRESSIVE BUSINESS MEN Loose-Leaf methods are modern. Sheets ruled to suit your special needs. Binder of all sizes made to order. All the work done in our own shop. II. S. Lithgow & Co. HOO K HIND K R S t t EVERY v . W V mmmm. Y IS A- "BOOST. i o UNCLE JOHNNY." 5 W. Lf TR I M BLE !Tco7 LIVERY, SALE FEED AND TRANS FER STABLES Horses god Mules bought and ex cbangeu BEST TURNOUTS I.V THE CITT Secoud Btreet, between Railroad and Copppr aysnuea. ELKS' THEATRE One Night Only FRIDAY. MARCH 9 PATTEN AND PERRY IN JERRY KERRY A r.iiiiina iini.-ical farce comedy and vaudeville at'.ractlon, introducing many new features. A Sup- ri'it- I'nifurmeil Concert Band ,tihl Oiiliestru. 20 People 20 All Special Scenery Watch for Street Parade. .. Prices; u. and $1; Children 25c Seats on .--ale at Matron's Tuenday, March '. at a o'clock. FROM 4 The Latest Designs and Colorings. Mlhert Furniture, Carpets and Draperies 10 H.-P. 6. E. Induction Motor 216 South Second Street Agents General Electric Co., Crocker. Wheeler Co. Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works ft. p. HALL, Proprietor Iron and Brass Castings; Ore, Coal and Lumber Cant; Shaftlan Pulley, Grade Bars, Babbit Metal; Columni and Iron front for Buildings. lu.1 Ropmrm on Mining mnd mill Machinery m Specialty Foundry east Hide ot railroad track. Albuqierqno, H. h. The St. Elmo I JOSEPH BARNETT, $ i 20 West Railroad MELINI & EAKIN, Wholesale llqnor and Ctar Dealers Exclusive Agents for Yellowstone and O. F. C. Whiskies Moet A Chandon White Seal Champagne, St. Louis A. B. C. Bohemian and l,-tJiC Ita M'iW JLe,e, Bott Beer8' " owners nJ distributors of the Alavarado WhUkey. Write for our Illustrated Catalogue and Price List Automatlo Telephone, 199. Salesroom, 111 South Tlrst Street. Albuquerque. New Mexico. , 0 OLD ALBUQUERQUE CATHEDRAL ALVARADO HOTEL COMMERCIAL CLUB BUILDING. AUSTRIAN CHINA furniture and Crockery BORRAOAILE & CO., 117 Gold Avenue ooooooc.ooo J DANGERS OF THE DARK BURGLARS! Telephone the Police FIREI Telephone the Kiro Department. ILLINESS! Telephone The Doctor. YOU NEED A PHONE IN YOUR HOME i THE COLORADO TEL EPHONE C O. i ooooooooo oooooo Subscribe for the Cituen andGctthe News Faher We carry a complete atock of motori for alternating and dlreo currents. HOUSE WIRING A SPECIALTY. Electric, Gas & Combination Fixtures Southwestern' Electric & Construction Co. . Finest Whiskies Wines, Brandies. Etc. Prop'r. Avenue SAMPLE AND CLUB ROOMS SERVES HIM RIGHT. If a man Insists on smoking a "rope" when good elgars are obtainable at Kinall cost no punishment la too severe to bo meted out to him. Placate angry wives by smoking only WHITE LILY CIGARS. Their aroma will Bootho tho nerves of even the most unquiet woman. Five cents the no. J2 per box of fifty. A. J. RICHARDS 113ta WEST RAILROAD AVENUE. of THE FIRST LESSON Z IN BREAD MAKING. ? Is the most important of all; that J Is the selection of proper floor. There is no difficulty about this If r Empress flour is chosen. It la so- X good and makes such sweet, white T and nutritious bread as to be un- X surpassed by any milled. The beet X bread makers use It for that Tery " reason. i M. BERGER, Wholosale Agent. , 114 West Copper Ave. 00C The Telephone is a ready messenger IT NEVER TIRES! The Telephone Is an alert watchman IT NEVER SLEEPS!