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RATimnAY. OCTOBKR 1, 107 f 1,1 1" TA6M !IWKtt AT CLOSING OUT . OF WHITNEY COMPANY'S RETAIL DEPART mtmtmmmltmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm i l . . r , 1 , - r n . - - - , , ... . . . GRE SALE MENT The Following are a Few of Articles Carried: Shelf Hardware, Builders' Hardware, Mechanics' Tools of All Kinds, Stoves and Ranges, Cooking Utensils, Tin Ware, Enamel Ware, Nickel and Silver Plated Ware, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Razors, Scissors, Scales House Furnishing Goods of All Kinds, Rubber and Cotton Hose, and Hundreds of Other Articles too Numerous to Mention Slaughter of Immense Stock in This Department Commences Monday, October 21st. TERMS CASH 25 to 75 Per Cent Reduction From Regular Prices During This Sale Tlhis is Youar Oppoirtomiity to Secure IRaire - - WHITNEY COMPANY'S RETAIL DEPARTMENT - - J 15 SOUTH FIRST STREET J 15 SOUTH FIRST STREET MUST PAY IF IT WANTS DIAZ BACK Arizona Won't Foot . Bill For Extraditing Prisoner From Mexico. Phoenix, Ariz., Oct. 19. Governor Ki'bbey's refusal to let the territory stand the expense and the decision of the Pima county supervisors that they will not foot the bill will prob ably ave Antonio Diaz from .being returned to Tucson for a murder at Silver Bell. Diaz waits In a cell at Magdalena, Sonora, while the territorial and county officials decide which, if either, shall bear the expense of xending after end (bring him back to the teritory to be tried. Several days ago District Attorney Henton Dlclc of Pima county wrots to Governor Kibbey, asking that of ficial to make the extradition of the Mexican and his return on a terri torial charge. Promptly Governor Kibbey re plied that the matter would have to be taken up through the regular channel of the state department at Washington, D. C, and that Ari zona would not pay the cost, but If Pima county want him back Its taxpayers must stand the expense. Won't Sjentl Money. District Attorney Dick laid the matter before the Pima county sup ervisors explaining to them that Governor Kibbey had rofused to endorse the suggestion that the ter ritory be made responsible. He a.sked the Iboard If Pima county could stand sponser for the cost. Pima supervisors looked once at their bank account, twice at the es timated cost of returning the Mexi can, and told District Attorney Dick what they did not want Dlez lad enough to pay for him, adding that to bring him back would be worse than to leave him In Mexico. Not satisfied with letting the mat ter drop. District Attorney Dick has again written Governor Kibbey, who received a letter from him today, stating just what the Pima county supervisors have done, and asking for further advice in the matter. Figuring a Way. While the Arizona officials are trying to figure out some way to get him back into the teritory and make the other fellow pay for it, Diaz occupies a cell in the state prison at Magdalena, unmindful of all the official trouble he is causing. From the outset District Attorney Dick decided that the return of Diaz would have to be made through the departments having profited by the recent trip Superintendent Tho mas Kynnlng of the territorial prison made to Sonora. 'Kynnlng went after a Mexican who had escaped from the territorial prison while treated as a trusty, be cause he had but a few more months to serve. He was arrested at Hyn nlng's request in Sonora, but when the latter went after him he was told that he could not have the man. One Experience. Rynnlng had been given to under stand that he could have the prison er on a requisition from Governor Kibbey, but when he got lntoSonora was told that he would have to ask for him through the state depart ment at Washington, D. C, which would In turn take the matter up with the proper officials in the City of Mexico. Dick wants to take no chances, and when he wrote to Governor Kib bey recently that he believed Diaz would not be gotten back without considerable red tape he at the same time suggested that Kibbey have the territory pay the expense of sending him. Governor Kibbey agred with Dick that the state department must be seen, but disagreed with him that Arizona should stand for money that would be spent getting him back. Diaz Is wanted for stabbing a man at Silver Hell in Pima county, sev eral months ago. He was caught, but managed to make his escape from the Pima officers and made his way to Mexico. Subscribe for Tim CTttwo and get Uie news. THEY MAKE YOU FEEL GOOD! Never disorder your digestion or make life no longer worth the liv ing. Writing about cakes, pies and other pastry from our ovens. Care fully made from high class mater ials why shouldn't they be good? Everybody knows about our bread. What? You don't? Better get acquainted. PIONEER BAKERY SO 7 South First Blrat. NOTICE FOIl PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Santa Fe, N. M.( Sept. 22, 1907. Notice Is hereby given that Thos. J. McNeill, heir of Mary J. McNeill of Bluewater, N. M., has filed notice of his Intention to make final five year proof in support of his claim. viz: .Homestead ttntry no. ti1 made Aug. 4, 1907, for the NE hi NVVK, Section 82, Township 12N., Range 11W., and that said proof will be made before Sllvestre Mlrabal, U. S. court commissioner, at San Ra fael, N. M., on November 6, 1907. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, the land, viz: Hiram Chapman, Samuel C. Young Eugene T. Chapman, Ernest A. Tletjen, all of Bluewater, N. M. MANUEL, R. OTERO, Register. For upliolnterlng re Charles L. Kepixic-r, 317-1S bouth Second. American Royal Live Stock Show Kansas City, Mo. October 14-19, 1907 Tickers on wile Oct. 12 to 16. Rate $40.70. 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