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PAGE FIVE. PEASANT DIRECT new mm rid M'FIE BELIEVES X EXPRESSMAN GOI MAXIMO PEREA BUYS Special FROM DARKEST RUSSIA MEN IN CONVENTION FREEDOM Of SPEECH NUMBERS MIXED STEAM THRESHER 1 Stops In Albuquerque While Wife Gives Birth to Free Born American. Two Days Session Promises to Be iMost Successful Held In History of Order. In Discharging Campos Court Old Shoes on Trunk Brings The Largest Yet to Be Brought Says Press Has Brought Suoplclon on U. S. Mar Into the Rio Grande Valley. Extra About Many Reforms. ARTICLE WAS NOT LIBELOUS shall's Office. ANALLA-YOUNG NUPTIALS i MAN OF WONDERFUL NEKVE A lHUe life came Into the world thin morning about 10 o'clock at the Ar cade rocmlnK house on 'South First street, which, if It hadn't been for Alexander 11. breaking away from the Catholic religion, would doubtless have been born a subject of the Itus Bian throne Instead of a free born American. The parents of this fortunate little child are Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ls Kutove. Russian peasants, from the province of Korrs, who arrived- In the city last night and slopped off for the birth of the child, while en route to Ivos Angeles, where other peasant families have preceded them nd are now 'mpioyed at railroad work In Cal ifornia. Mr. and Mrs. Ixm Kutove left Russia two nronthB ago, with fifteen other rr.nil'.les, to come to America. "We couldn't make a living In Korrs." st'id the man to the reporter, thrown George Seigle, proprietor of the New York store, of South First street, who is himself a Russian by birth. "The taxes were too high and we were not provided with sufficient land to support our families and our stock." i Korrs Is a small piece of land on the Russian border which was wrest ed from the Turks in 1877. In 1888, S00 neasant families were sent there because of religious troubles to farm! Great Incobonee Cherry, who came it, and were taxed by the government all the way from West Irglnla to at at the rate of S3 ner head. 1 Ku- I 'P"d the council, was the most notable tnve has five In his family and a piece of cround about as lame as seven acres In. this country would be cost 'OW8: him $15 a year. The government also' Credentials William M. Lewis, E. charged $6 a winter for the schooling McElrqy, I L. Godchaux. of each child, and there were other' s,a,e of Order Geo. Friedenbloom, taxes the government exacted of Its F- E- Barnes, C. B. Jones. Korrs subjects I Mileage and Per Diem John Motz- Los Kutove is of a very fine-phy- enbacker, E. McElroy, J. H. Boyd, sique. His every feature speaks of Auditing and Finance Oeorge Wel strenfnh and health. He wears a black ; Ke- Jonn Motzenbacker. B. F. Kenney. can a blouse of hwivv n,oo.ini I Charter E. McElroy, William P. which hangs loose outside his trous ers to the pockets. A heavy vest cov ers the blouse. The trousers he wore this morningwere the $1 quality of overalls and his shoes were heavy Flippers.- When asked how he happened to get together enough money to come to America he said: "Wt- wild our cattle and evervthine- p hart " Thi. m..m. I ing he had $2 in his pocket, and sick wife on his hands, besides three' children, and a hahv who liw.kwt to him for food. He knew not a word1 Knhts of Pythias hall on Gold av of the English language nor had he en,,e' ,ne scene of the convention, has any acquaintance with the customs of bep" decorated In red and gold and the country. In a strange country and without funds, with a family of five depending upon him, what strong heart would not quail at such distress But Los Kutove was not discour- aged. He had hopes of at last reach- ing California and getting work. He was sure that he would receive some y' assistance from the Americans. It was a free country and the oeoule of it were generous. , cessful held during the history of the When asked what he thought of the or"e- in New Mexico. Japanese he said he didn't know much I T,le following resolution in honor about them. He hadn't heard much of vv Thompson, deceased, late of the war. but what he had heard of P"1' sachem of Red Cloud tribe No. 4: it through peasants who had been in! "Whereas, The Great Spirit In His the army and returned home led him'a" uise providence has seen fit to to believe that Russia had been I remove from our great council Past whipped. He had been told by these 'Sachem W. L. Thompson of Red Cloud returning peasants that the Russian j tribe No- hunting grounds of Las soldiers would not fire at the Japan- VeKaa- nn ,ne twenty-first Bleep of ese, but would throw down their arms Cold moon. G. 8, D, 415 (Jan. 21, 1906, and run. "Why should we want to shoot people that we had never seen before and bad never done us any In jury?" was the apparently simple an swer of one of Russia's ground-down subjects. THEY ARE NOW REGULAR REPUBLICANS fc We, the undersigned, having it belonged to the independent re- 1 4 publican party during the last 1 campaign, now, in a meeting 1 t which was held today, this 16th IT day of July, at Willard, express our intention of beeomhag faith- 7 ful members of the regular re- publican party of Torrance coun- 1 ty, and promise to support said it organization as well as the re- publican party, both territorial f and nat: mil: 4 Signed Chris-tino Chavez. Ma- cario. Torres, Pedro Lucero y " Torres, Tfodoro Candelaria, Jose P. Ballejos. F. G. Franco Gon zales, Frederlco Chavez, Angus McGillivray, juan Gallegos, Ma teo Luna, Pedro Saras y Lopez. Victor Lueras. Ant nlo Salazar and others DON'T BE A KNOCKER. J ov Richards, the well-known cigar dealer at No. 113V, West Railroad avenue, has the following "Don't Be a Knocker" card Mgn hung up in his tdace of business: Hide your little hummer and try to speak well of others, no matter how small you may really know yourself to be. Win n a stranger drops in, jolly him. Tell him Al- ucim n-ue is the greatest town on earth and it is. Don't discour- :.ge him by speaking ill of your lieiL'hUn s. Tin re's no end of fun minding your own business. It niiikes other people like you. No- l oiiy t-ts stuck on a knocker. Elfego Haca. the a t rney. has re eovered from bis earthquake' fright, will return to Socorro tonight. lm Du It. is. one of the nativts who was badly cut in old town on the same night thai Mirabel was cut to death, has b-n discharged from Lie hospital and pronounced pretty well. It was a narrow shave for him. hut his attending physician. Dr. Cams, puiled him ilir ugh all right. Snrinl Snl nf Plmiv Will sell the stock of High Grade Flour purchased special OaiC Or r lOUr from ciarkvllle Produce Co. at Less than cost, to make room for our immense stock of Hay and Grain. You can make money by purchasing a good supply of this Flour. Buy now, as stock is limited and won't last long at the price. E. W. FEE, 602-604 South First St. Both Phones MANY BRAV ES IN ATTENDANCE This is a red letter day for the Red Men of New Mexico, and a busy one for the members of the local lodge. It Is the event of the annual war dance. The great council of the territory Is In session and many chiefs and nota bles from, throughout the country are present. For two days the pipes will be almost constantly fired. The ashes may become chilled and cold tonight, but they will be lighted again on to morrow for another "n, and much will be done during the moon tonight. During the forenoon the visiting chiefs were requested to show Ihe color of their war paint, credentials, the palefaces call them, and commit tees were appointed. The neighboring tribes were found to be representd by the following delegates: Navajo tribe No. 3, Albuquerque Oeorge Blake, D. Denham, C. B. Jones, J. Motzenbacker and L. Wtardwell. R-ed Cloud tribe No. 4, l as Vegas W. P. Mills. B. McElroy, F. E. Barnes and W. W. Lewis. Manuelito tribe No. 9, Gallup E. F. Kenney. Huachuaca tribe No. 18, Denting 1.. K. Godchaux. Ottawa tribe No. 21, Roswell F. Fieldenbloom and J. H. Boyd. Delaware tribe No. 22, Alamogordo Gpo- Weigle:, Jr. R,'" Man present. Committees were selected fol- M ills, George Welgle. Constitution and By-l-aws George Welgle, George Friedenbloom, L. L. Godchaux, E. McElroy, E. F. Ken ney, John Motzenbacker. Memorials W. P. Mills. G. A. Blake, "lll'am J-ewis. Resolutions George Friedenbloom, R hZ- Barnes, I). Denham. Press . A. Blake. John Motzen- backer. C. B. Jones. Distribution W.lliam lwls McElroy, D. Ienhani. E. "'er colors snown in tne regana oi the order, and an immense banner during the head of an Indian and the nsr-'nla f 'he order has been swung ncross ,he street in front or the hall, Tne fiction of officers is taking place 1his afternoon. Several social func- nons ionow in Donor or the oc casion and withal the convention promises to be one of the most suc- common era) "Now. therefore h It rpartlvo.l that the great council of New Mexico deep ly regret his loss, realizing that we have lost a valuable member, and thit we extend to his tribe our sympathy, and 1 It resolved that our sympathy be extended to his widow In her be reavement. "Be It further resolved that a copy of these resolutions be spread on the minutes of this meeting and that cop ies be sent to his tribe and widow and published in the dally papers. "GEORGE A. BLAKE, "WM. P. MILIjS, "W. M. LEWIS." GONZALES SHOT AND KILLED NEAR CABEZON A telephone message from Captain Fred Forncff, of the mounted police, from Los Corrales, received at The Evening Citizen office at 3:30 this af ternoon, gives the Information that Ruperto Gonoale-3, who escaped from the penitentiary at oant4 Fe on April 29 last, was shot and killed Wednes day night, July 18, at 8 o'clock, by Carl Vogel, a deputy sheriff of San doval county. Captain Fornoff, Ran ger Julius Meyers and Sheriff Emili ano Sandoval arrived at the scene of the killing a few minutes after Vogel tired the shot. Gonzales was as wild as a deer, and was escaping when the officer yelled at him to surrender. Not heeding the command, the officer fired, aad the escaping convict fell, mortally wounded. The shooting took place abuit eighteen miles from Caln-zon. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. T. Y. Maynard. who was down soutn on watch inspection business, returned :o the city this morning. A log train came in from the Zuni mountains this morning, loaded with logs for the American Lumber com pany's mills. Ex-Governor Oakes Murphy and wif. passed through the city this morning from Phoenix, Ariz., for the east He emphasized his oft-repeated assertion that Arizona would go against Joint s atehood at the election this fall. Information comes from Los An geles that the marriage of David We, ler to Mrs. Ida Parker was performed oy Kiibbi Hecht at the resilience of the rat.bi, the bride adopting the Jew ish faith before the ceremony was performed, she having heeii drought up as a Catholic. The release hH tvenlng of Fruitoso' Campos on the charge of criminal libel against Deputy Sheriff Coulter, after a three days' trial before Judge McFle, sitting as magistrate In the Second district court In the absence of Judge Abbott, who is away on his vacation, Is farther reaching in effect than the facis proclaim. By the court's deci sion Campos is not only given his freedom, but is found not guilty of committing libel, and the alleged libel ous article is stamped as legitimate news, which also releases In eflect several other Bernalillo county poi... clans who signed the same article and were arrested on the same charge. Al though these associates of Campos have given bond for their appearance lx'fore the grand Jury, it Is not plausi ble that a district attorney would at tempt to prosecute their cases farth er after a decision like that given by Judge McFle in the case of Campos. In passing Judgment in the case of Campos, Judge ,McFle in part said: "1 would not desire to make a prec edent of entering a case of criminal libel on these post election transac tions that are written up with the col ored views of the parties and handed to the press. I think the press has right to publish these things. They ought to he accurately written and should not be published If they are not accurate. But they may be pub lished without the slightest malice, and I believe this article to be one of the same kind that there was no de sign to Injure anybody. "I believe In the large liberty of the press, for I lielieve the newspapers have brought about many of the com mendable reforms of government we have in this country. The court's or der is that Campos Is discharged." The Order. "In the petition of Fruitoso Campos for writ of habeas corpus: "This cause coming on to be heard before the Honorable John R. McFle, by whom the writ of habeas corpus whs issued, silting at Albuquerque for the convenience of the parties. In or der to hear the same, and having heard the evidence In said cause and counsel for respective parties, and be ing fully advised n the premises, does order, adjudge and decree that the said pelt inner. Fruitoso Campos, be and he hereby Is discharged from cus tody. JOHN R. McFIE. -.ludire." THINGS DOING IN BSEBLL CIRCLES SANTA FE CENTRALS COMING DOWN SUNDAY EL PASO IS COMING TO THE FAIR A FREAK AMONG FREAKS GROCERS RE ORGANIZE. Well, Santa Fe will be down Sunday, viih the following line-up: George Parsons, first base; D. An derson, second ha?; Pettus, catcher; Will Parsons, short stop; Gxch, right field; Milier, left field; Uipez. center field; Dufmeyer, pitcher; Garcia, sub stitute. The Albuquerque l!iie-up will be aUiut as follows: ' Kunz, second base; Corban, third base; Clancy; short stop; McDonald, catcher; Ney, first base; Hale, left field; Graham, right field; Ortiz,' cen ter field, and Gallegos in the box. El Paso will be represented this year in the big base ball tournament at the New Mexico territorial fair, the Bankers, who are now playing games with the leading clubs In thiB vicinity, having announced their determination to enter the lists. The team will be practically as that now playing, as the Bankers, with the addition of Will Lane, who is now here and who will pitch In the game Sunday wifh Grand Falls. Ei Paso News. Speaking of freak base ball plays, ClarR Griffith tells the following, which ne swears took place while he was. playing in the coast league. Se attle had an outfielder whose arm was as dead as Att n B. marker's boptg for the presidency; he couldn't even lob the ball to the infield. In a close game one afternoon between Se attle and Butte, Mont., on the tetter's grounds. Butte's heaviest hitter drove a long foul in the direction of the fielder with the dead arm. The fielder accented the chance and went after the foul. The foul line was lined wltn vehicles, and near the sp t where the man with the dead arm finally caught the ball w 3 s a Kara of young bron cos hitched to a bucklioard, who, be coming frightened, started running away. In the meantime, a Butte man on third, as soon as the man with the dead arm caught the ball, started trotting for the home bag. knowing well the fielder couldn't throw hlmot August 11 or the morning of Au- out, owing t his dead arm. But gust 12. something out. of the ordinary hap-' Company commanders wiil see that '.(ned. me fielder, in catching the o'l equlpate which Is lo accompany ball, collided with the runaway teani 'nelr commands is taken upon the and M, Ir'o the tmcKlsiard. ThV ' ' in"' 'rains leaving home .-nations as team ran across ihe diamond and the'tllt'ir companies. Huttp runner dodged out of thlr way. The dead arm fielder leaped out of he wagon. iaggel the runner, aid made a double play. The (irii. i r are n I -ruing to Helen on Sunday. Tli-y had a n:ee;ing the other n'.gfit 'bat resulted in a fight, a. id bv mrnai cuiir-ent of the players, disbanded. Tin y :iail a truuMe-nraker among ihnu one way " oi gani.ai ion and now th. aain 1 he . arm by ilisiiHii'llusr was tt 'iiriL' rid of him. He folliia nl dirt!a;)!za!i'.n, (Iroi i-rs iiiv in i h' fit-Wi paint it h H-it-ri was :fc)iitr to the trouble, tint called off. correspondence fcis been i" "il vi'U the cut-off Hmn team atain. with the prospect.-, that a game wiil If played in the n ar fir ure. A Clueii Aaij-i a l cif ti.t work It was a peculiar package and the porter had some doubts about It, but there was no mistaking the order It read room 21." It was only a trunk, a very ordinary one, but the peculiari ties or It were things that decorated It. An old shoe was attached to either handle, and It had other marks of sig nificance, all bearing on the tidings of good luck to newly married couples. The tenants of the Grant building looked upon it with suspicion, espe cially as It was left In front of the dt.or of the linited Stales marshal's office, room 21, which Is only two numbers from "23." But who around the United States marshal's office could own a trunk like that. The marshal himself was a married man; so were Deputies W. R. Forbfs and- J. M. Weley. Each at tache of the office was summed on the fingers of the Inquisitive, and the only unmarried man around the place was Deputy George Kaseman. And the question was: "Was Kaseman a mar ried man or single?" Relief came this morning when an expressman called and said that be had made a mistake. The trunk be longed to room 21. the Armljo build ing. It was 'he properly of the new ly wedded Mr. and Mrs. Walter Analla of liguna. who are stopping nl the Grand Central a few days enjoying their honeymoon. The wedding took place at 1-aguna yesterday and was the most noteworthy nuptial affair 'o take place In the Indian village in many years. The contracting panics are Indians and graduates of colleges, the groom of Curllsle and Sarah E. Young, the bride, of Northfleld, Mass. Rev. J. W. Barron, pastor of the Con gregational church of this city, per formed the ceremony on the veranda of the home of R. G. Mannon, a well-to-do cattleman of I-aKuna. Uihen grin's weeding march softly filled the air as the ceremony progressed, play ed by Miss Edith Marnion and Gus Welssk on piano and violin. Mr. An alla will 1nke his bride to a farm In North Dakota, where they will begin life in tilling the soil. MILITIA TO RENDEZ VOUS IN ALBUQUERQUE SPECIAL TRAIN WILL CARRY THE GUARD FROM THE DUKE CITY TO AUSTIN, TEXAS, FOR EN CAMPMENT. General orders Issued from liie of fice or the adjutant general a: Santa Ke s.iiKmnee a general rendezv us of the militia of New Mexico in this city on the first, days of August, prepara tory to proceeding to Austin, Texas, for the general annual encampment. These orders are as follows;, General Orders No. 18. The movement of organizations from h tne stations to attend the man "uver camp n.ar Austin, Texas, will be. as follows: . Company D Leave Silver City on regular train on A. T., & S. F. on . j evening of August 2, and proceed to Albuquerque. Company A Leave I. as Cruces on tegular train on A. T & S. F. on the evening of August 2. and proceed to Albuquerque. Companies E and G Leave Albu querque on special train, leaving that p:int about 8 o'clock a. m., on Au gust 3. Detachment From Company F Iave Santa Fe on regular train on A. T & S. F., on the morning of Au gust 3, and proceed to Lamy. Detachment From Company B Leave Koswell on Pecos Valley train on the morning of August 3. and pro ceed to Amarillo, Texas. Leave Am arlllo on F. W. & D. C. train on the evening or August 3. and proceed to Fort Worth, Texas. Leave Fort Worth via G. V. it S. F. roid on first train leaving Fort Wor..i, afttr arriving at that point, and proceed to Mllano, Texas; leave Milano on first train, vte I. & G. N. road on first train leav ing that point arter arrival, ano pro ceed to Austin, Texas. Troop A Leave !-as Vegas on. spe cial train, leaving tnat point about 2 o'clock p. m., August 3. Companies A and D Will leave Al buquerque on special train leaving that point about 8 o'clock a. m., Au gust 3 The detachment from Com pany F will leave Umy on special train leaving that point about Jl ' o'clock a. m., August 3 Such extra officers as are ordered to accompany the batallion will leave home stations at. the same time and uiKin fame trains as the organizations from their home stations: Organisations in camp at Austin will be Instructed at t;iai point at what time and upon what trains to leave j tnere ror the return trip, the evening P command the governor. A. P. TAKKINGTON'. Adjutant General. MUCH WOOL STORED AT E5TANCIA It is reported that fully a million pounds of woo) is stored at Esuincla. 1 ht ow uerc are hold iik the wool w it h th- expectation ft oh a 'ninij higher prices. Thi j are said to he abtiliig two oeiiia more than the prevailing nm ket giioiatloiis. Some buyers are II the nonud, hut they are riot will ing to pay more than thi- prerket price. A ft al:,iot coin ,n urns '-hIii for a! cur ' hr e m'kn th. weather is now reported us j. tried ! and around Ks-tancia. NO WONDER EQUINE OBJECTS A thrrshlng machine outfit, such as Is seen from the windows of passen ger trains on the broad plains of Kan sas nd the hills of California, where wheat Is raised by thousands of acres, was unloaded at the local sta tion yesterday by J. Korber & Co., the, First street machinery dealers. The outfit consisted of a huge traction en gine and a separator, with a capacity. of 2,000 bushels of wheat a day, and cost .Maximo perea, who bought the) outfit through Korber & Co., Rome thing over $2,300. delivered. Mr. Perea Is now harvesting 2,000 acres of golden grain In his numerous rarnis north cf the city, where the thresher will be moved and shortly started humming its song of Industry. Years ago. when wheat was first rais ed in the Rio Grande valley, the flow ing grain was cut with- a cradle. Some of the natives use! only a small hand scythe, and the berries were taken from the straw by methods even more crude. Circles of high polea in which the straw was plied and tne grain tramped out by ponies, are yet to be seen in -me of the Indian villages, and some of them are yet In service, but the progress of civilization U fast stamping out these cumbersome me:h ods. The self-binder has taken the place o. the cradle and the steam thresher Is succeeding the tramping pens and the flail. The flrRt binders and the first thresher to come Into the Hi: G ande valley were brought here bw '.ouls Hunlng, now deceased, of lxs ' unas, about ten years ago. The M ining wheat ranch Is one of the large-?! In Ihig 8ec!lon of the valley. But the Hunlng thresher was a horse-power machine and Its capacity was only about one-fourth of what the machine purchased by Mr. Perea can do. There is little use for the horse around the new thresner purchased tiy Mr. Perea. The engine must have water hauled to It, and the grain, if not first stacked, must be taken to and from the ma chine, but aside from ihese functions, the lMKir equine can help no longer In the harvesting of grain. No wonder Is It that the horse lifts its head and snorts his -disapproval, when the puf fing traction engine passes along the road drawing behind It the big red separator, Its coal and water wagon, and any other vehicle that the mas ter may choose to hitch to It. NEW H0Tr;L FOR SILVER CITY 4 Special to The Kvening Citizen. Silver City, N. M., July 20 4 4 The new forty-three room hotel. being built, by C. C. Whitehlll, is about completed. The structure ' 4 Is two sieries, 75x90 feet, and oc- cupies three lots at the corner of Texas and Spring streets, one of 4 br most valuable corners In the 1 4 city. ' . 4 The Elks' opera house being 1 4 constructed here by the local lodge, is well under way, and iwlll be completed by the open- 'lng of the theatrical season tne i 4 coming fall. a iH Httuiurni A NEW SHOW EVERY WEEK. Manager Davis, of the Penny Par lor, 216 South Second street, an nounces a change of program, new pictures and new songs every week. A whole show for a penny. a Our ROUGH DRY work don't have to be washed over. Imperial Laundry Co. 0 Sea th picnic baskets In the Mcin tosh Hardware company' display window. . , o Try a Citizen want advertisement. Badaracco's Summer Garden OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Fine Whiskies, Wines, Brandies and soft drinks. Good restaurant and bowling alleys in connection: Every body welcomed and accommodations first-class. Lyllian Leigliton Stock Co TONIGH1 ooc-ooo i Gapt. Racket 'Q 004K000000 O I A FARCE-COMEDY, SPARKLING WITH WIT AND HUMOR. SOME THING TO MAKE ONE LAUGH. i AMATEUR CONTEST ON FRIDAY . NIGHT. ' CASH P .tES AWARDED THE OF ADMISSION, 15 AND 25 CENTS. ..Casino Theater.. We have on sale a large lot of Carpet Remnants ; t - Some of them just enough to ccVt1 a tmaii bed room or sittino roem i Ingrain, Brueel and Aiminter-at. , , iet tnan actual cost. i Come in and brl r measurements cf ' your room. We will be able to fur... ., . ' nih you with a nice carpet .for very 1 , little money. . i. Mlbert Faher 308-310 Railroad Ave., The Beer That Makes Milwaukee Jealous PILSENER BEER Southwestern Brewery and Ice Company Colo. Phone Blk 93 REFRIGERATORS ICE CREAM FREEZERS CAMPING OUTFITS Furniture, Crockery, Stoves and Ranges."? Agt. CHARTER OAK Steel Ranges, kb BORRAOAILE & For Prompt Service, And Carefol Dispensing, go to The Busy Little Drug Store at U7 West Railroad Avenue The Williams Drag Company THE BLUE FRONT Both Telephone. Convenience - Comfort - Security Th. telephone ir.ke the dutiei lighter, th. crt( le, and the worrie. fewer. 6 YOU NEED A TELEPHONE IN YOUR HOME 0, THE COLORADO TELEPHONE CO. 0000' - I The St. Elmo JOSEPH BARNETT, Prop'r. X 2 0 West Railroad Avenue o-oooo-oo TO THE LADIES: Hot weathir is tr Uo warm to wafch and lrcn. Send your Shlit Wais'a and White Prefee-s to us. We will laundry them cor rectly and will deliver theu, to you It: a nice Ui they will not t crushed or wrinkled. 1-ou.ewtlc ir t' finish. Back of Poitorfice. Call th Red Wjon. Auto., 319; Colo, Red 14& Albuquerque, N. M. Auto. Phone 292 CO,, 117 Gold Avenue Don't Dispute with a Woman, &lK-ia11y, if she tella you to order Pak of EMPRESS FLOUR. Make no excuse, (it yon should tor-' ft the order), that you could sol find It, for every first-clasa croon handles EMPRESS. You Ttlll alwaya find pood bread, good blaoudta, goo Iftscry and most Important of all ."cod chetr to greet you when yoa come home Jot your dinner. Try K. EMPRESS FLOUR la the Empreaa H all cthera. M. BERGER, M WbolaJ. Agent. Albuquerque, N. K Courteous Treatment 117 Wett Railroad Avanu YOU WONT HAVE TO GO OUT IN THE YARD TO SMOKE A vailte Lily cigar. Vour wife will like Hh odor as well as you do. It's fragrant because it's made from ape., cially chosen tobacco, "ripe" enough to rmoke freely and aaUaflnglT. F1t cents Is all it costs to make one good tr1a Yon pet fifty for $2. J A. J. RICHARDS 113', WEST RAILROAD AVINUfc I The telephone preserve, your i health, prolongs your life and protects your home. 0'0 Finest Whiskies I Wines, Brandies.Etc. 2 SAMPLE ANO A CLUB ROOMS Imperial Laundry Go.