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THURSDAY, 9EPTEMBF.P, 27, 1906.
AT.nTTQTTRQtTE tVV::sr CITIZEN. PACK THRM HE IS THE ENEMY OF DISHONEST COFFEE Mere Is .vlnhcxh t'haran Slnh.i. urai BMC of Allnnahad university, India: editor of two Imlln newspapers; auth 01 of the only textbook on chemistry printed In Hindu; the only Hindu Scholar who is i master of science in nn American college and discoverer or the m west method of detecting iiiin i. n In coffee. 1 This distinguished foreigner has de nied a metflod whereby tho exact Beautiful Residence Lots 50x142 ONLY $25.00 TO $ 50.00 PER LOT Feet UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS Only $5.00 Down, Balance $5.00 per Month, No Interest. rrce auto ride to and erom property Office Room 9 and 1 1, Cromwell Block RUNAWAY GIRL f TA Ft amount of chirory In any jilven quan tity of coffee may hp discovered. Sin ndvanci n the theory that coffee Htm hive n greater capacity for holding hydroscopic moisture than cnl enry nnh.es. Hy burning samples of rotten .md chicory in platinum dish' -and lotting tbeni Mida until the next day hi .ik;erved Hi t the coffee csli a'.trac&t! t .. ii? i't'i ttoit aaaiature UHU. H liQHn? htk. T:.t riiv(::,f a-. SKlMCN Ul trom trie atr wiien the allies are na piped in thit- manner from sixteen t.i Hnfy iour houra varies according to th feather, but fte difference in t lio amount of molstttrn, absorbed by the tw"o ashes is sufficient ti enable him ioi calculate the percentage of adul teration It is stated by chemlata that this diecovory will groaily aid tho wor!; in food laboratories. Mr.! kUnhn Intends going from this colintry to England where he will sUuly m inufactnring. On his return t India he Intends establishing a college, adopting the American syte:-. of. education. He Is now In Port lan 1. Oregon, viliere he recently graduated Irtim the Oregon Agricultural college. ARIZOA SALOONS MUST CLOSE ELECTION DAYS Accotdiufi to the interpretation of Attorney Ooaettf E. S. Clark or Ari zona the saloons must el'ise on the day on which the primary elections are held in Arizona under th: new pri miryiiaWa i Mr ( lark, it seems, had ben study ing the law and had already delivered au opinion on the subject for the ben efit ot the Yavapai county board of rnpr r visors. The law on the subject provides that aatoDSa mMI close when the pol' me Open) lor all general elections. !t docs not rc ler to primaries, and here tofore it has been customary for the saloons to remain open when the pri marten were in progrc the primaries have not imiltanoonsly nil over heretofore, au; this is held under the .tew law and under the direction Of" U county administra tion. t iif attorney E-mera! holds that as it is a genera) primary, the election law affecting snloona covers this day. Jessie Jasper. Pretty Mulatto From Albuquerque. Walked From Lamy. All Monday night and all day Tues day unit 1 a late hour In the erecting the police of Santa Ke. Laa Vegas and Albuquerque were on the lockout for Miss Jessie Jaeger, a pretty mu latto who disappeared from her home at Albuquerque. Her parents h.i'l reasons for believing that she bad Sloped with n colored nun living In riatita IV, or Intended meeting him at Santa Fe or tit l as Vegas. She was finally located in Santa l'o Tues day night, having walked nil the way from Lamy. When the girl evening thai she her parents that call in evening left home on ran away she the i old she was going to friend s b use to spend the As she did not leturn home eKCK000OOCK0 oc ccoocxxocoooocxoocxoooo i THE BOMB Al PREMIES STOEYPinl VILLA ooocoodcooooocooo J. P. Eakln. I'rcsldent. O. Gloml, Vice President. Chat. afellnl, Secretary O. Oschechl, Treasurer. For daring recklessh ga the attempt on the Un r the Ttttsslan premier, M. Stotynln, Una few par.iloils, even in Russia. M. Btotyptfl was bottling a COpI '"' ID his summer residence In Apothecary island, a wood n building. The guests had assembled, when th re ar rived four r.vp, to nil appearances ordinary visitors; But, fin the list of Intending vis It Itt bad been closed, the senraata would not nllow thom to enter. They i attempted to force an entry into a room nd il i iat In Which tin- guegta were assembled. In one of the men let fall a bomb, which ex pi 1th !c i'.ile force. Thirty people were killed and 'liriy Were Injured. M. Stolypln escaped i-.is daughter and little son were both badly togut the killed were a prince, a general, a u captain and two court officials. Of the four tt rists three were kIPed and the fourth was arrested. Consolidated Liquor Co. SllCC8B'r8 to MELINI A EAKIN, and BACH ECHI & GIOMI. Howevi been held si the territory the first one Ask for JAFFA'S KRACK KREAM RLAP and take no otner. Starving to Death. Hecause her stomach was so weak ened by useless dragging that she could ' not eat. Mr. i.lary H. Wal ters, of St. flair St.. Columbus, O., was 1 tcrally starving to death. She writes: "My stomach was so weak from useless drugging that I could not ea.f, and my nerves so wrecked that I could not sleep; and not be fore 1 was given up to die wna I in duced to try Electric Hitters; with Ke wonderful result Hint Imirove (Sent lie-in al once and a c)tnplet.i mir- ! !iv !" D?? in i Uh " t c o i eur.;t. IU. p4krajtotx3 n t-li u.-ug-gists. within u reasoaable tlnie licr parents became anxious and started out to find her Inquiry at the home of Un friend to wh ch she haii ostensibly gone brought out the fact that she had not been there at all, Bad it was leal Bed later that she had been soe.i boafaHag a aorta-bound train. Wil liam (1. Jasper, the father of the girl, who is only Hi years old, telephone I to S.inta Fe When be found his daughter had loft town and gave in structions to have her taken into custody until his arrival. No trace of Ikt could be found at Santa Fe and the father then notified the au thorities in I. as Vegas. Failing to receive any word of her apprehen sion the father took the train the fol lowing morning and went tr I.as Vegas. The girl for whom the police of the three cities were searching, not to mention the relaiives and friends aiighted from the triin at Lamy. In Itead Of boarding the branch train that makes conm otlona there for Santa Fe she undertook to walk, and was on the road from early BtornlBe until nightfall. When she arrived at Santa Fe she was almost ready to drop from fatigue, and yesterday morning was too ill to leave her bed. Howard Kerr, a son of W. H. Kerr, .he barber and manager of the Baftta Fe baseball team, who had been as s'.sting in the search for the runaway girl, saw her as she was coining into town. She was induced to go to the Kerr house and her mother was ap prised by long distance telephone In Albuquerque. A telegram was also sent to Mr. Jasper,- who was still in ljis Vegas. Mrs. Jasper arrived in Santa Fe on tile noon train yester day, and Mr. Jasper is expected here this evening. The girl refuses to talk about her escapade and so far as learned has not divulged the name bf the man in the ease. Relatives are satisfied Hint It is one of the players on the base ball team, as they wen- seen togeth er frequently during the fair al Al buquerque. If suspicious of the girl's parens are correct it was a married man who prevailed upon her to leave home. THE NEW RULES IN THE RAH-RAH GAME rirtTtirtYvvrvf if v tifwtj Two omplres, a referee and alinesgUU will be the otliclals. tt Th.. lcn"tb ot the came has n shortened by 10 minutes. 4 Th opposing rush Hue-; will be separated by the length of the ball, which must he kept flat on I he ground by the center. As Linesmen must h ive both feet, loth hands, or one foot and toe a eCpoalni hand BP to 0 within one foot of the line, and wttt 'be ex- e ceptlon oi Be three center men the forw irdl mutd stand with both e feel outside the outalde root or ens man next io tnem. g Before making n fair catch -i player must signal by lading bis e hand cli uly over his bead. e Whenever any portion of a player carrying the ball, exoept his "hands or feet, touched the ground when in the grasp of an opponent, a the hail in down. m 1 Klther team may asl; for time out three times during a half wilbou: penalty. For each xtra call for time a team will be pen e allsed two yards Unless the Injured player be removed from the e game. urn dHag I prohibited. The laappj rbaok la allowed to have his hands and head offside a When lie is aliout to pass the ball. There must be at least six Offensive players on the line, and, if there art oath six. one of the other players must be outside at be 4 man at tm- end of the line. e None of ihe Ave center men will be allowed to b ave the line un- leas he coos five yards hack and another player takes his plane In g the Ha No shifting to evade this rule will be allowed. One t tuiv.l pas will be allowed each scrimmage, irmided the 4 pass be made by a nasi who was in the backfleld when the play 4 tinted. In case the ball touches the ground it goes to the deien e sive team. A team mast gata 10 yards in three downs. e Wb.n the ball is kicked, nny player on the kicking side will S hi side as soon a. the ball touches the ground. Once the ball totn li- .4 ea the grwand l cannot be kicked further, A player preparing to kick a u'oii after a touchdown will be al .g am d to adjuft the ball in the hands of the holder. g All fornix of uunec.sfcaiy toughness have been explained nad peaalilci provided. When a player Is d leges lifted, his team will lose a hall tho disnee i i its goal line. 4 V.; - - ' r 1 WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Wines, Liquors & Cigars We keep everything in stock to outfit the most fastidious bar complete Have been appointed exclusive agents in the Southwest for JOS. S HLIT."., WM. LEMP AND ST. LOUIS A. B. C. BREWERIES. YELLOWSTONE, GREEN RIVER, W. H. McBRAVE '8 CEDAR BROOK. LOUIS HUNTER, T. J. MONARCH, And other standard br-nda of whirkles too numerous to m tion. WE ARE NOT COMPOUNDERS But sell the straight article ss received by us from the best Wfuerlea, Distilleries and Drewerles In the United States. Call and Inspect our Stock end Prices, or write for Illustrated Catalogue and Price List, Issued to dealers only. Tt4."wat?"- t'., THE EXTERIOR OF THE HOUSE AFTfcR THE BO MB EXPLOSION. . i " x ' - i; 1 ' v 5acv?iR -- " KB ' BBajBajBajBajaaH , yjPi tL t K .s. f ld(' gaBBBBBBBBBBBBg&''' $',' ' - St. 's College CMfUISTIAN liUOTIlEKS SANTA FE, - - NEW MEXICO FORTY-EIGHTH YEAR BEGINS SEPT. 3rd, 1906 BRO. E. LEWIS, PRESIDENT AS A SPECIAL INDUCEMENT t tln se who are anxious to have a ts ran&c. yet are postponing buying till next year, we are making this unique offer, good till August 20. Detroit Jewel Gas Range No. 52-16, $21.00. Terms, $5 caah and $4 a month for four months. Detroit Jewel Gas Range, No. 25-16, $22.50. Terms, $5 cash and $3.50 a month for five montha. FREE PLUMBING. To each, p rcuaser of a range will be given, free, one year's Buuscrlp non to one of the following magazines The Delineator, Good Housekeeping or Woman'v Home Companion. This exceptional offer will be closed after Monday, August 20tb. The Albuquerque Gas, Electric Light and Power Go. CORNER 4th A NO QOLO oeoce06KOeKeeoeoe a e;;oaKoavceK FAYWOOD, New Mexico PLEASANTLY SITUATED. EASY TO REACH. RELIEVES PAIN. BUILDS UP THE SY8TEM. CURES RHEUMATISM. CURES I IDNEY AILMENTS. CURES DIABETES. CURES INDIGESTION. CURES DROPSY. ACCOMMODATIONS FIRST CLASS. See Santa Fe Agent for round trip rates, good for thirty daya AN INTERIOR VIEW OF ILLA AFTER T BoB EXPLOSION. O9O9O9-cmo0 'oeocooeeeoe