SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1913.
We Have a New Supply of
Daisy, Crown, Imperial and
Butter 35c lb. Eggs, 35c doz.
Your Stomach Bad?
JUST TRY ONE DOSE OF
Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy
and Be Convinced That You Can
Be Restored to Health.
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Montezuma Avenue, near A., T. & S. F. Railroad Depot.
You are not asked to take Mayr's
Wonderful Stomach Remedy for
weeks and months before you receive
any benefit one dose is usually re
quired to convince the most skeptical
sufferer of Stomach Ailments that this
great remedy should restore anyone
Iso afflicted to good health. Mayr's
health and happiness to sufferers who
W nderful Stomach Remedy has been
token by many thousands of people
throughout the land. It has brought
had despaired of ever being restored
and who now proclaim it a Wonderful
THE WHIPPING POST
IN WASHINGTON MEMBERS OF CON
GRESS DO NOT REGARD IS AS A
DETERRENT TO CRIME-DELAWARE
A CONVICT LABOR STATE.
By OILSOX GARDNER.
Washington. D. C, Dec. 5 "The
news of still another whipping this
time a white man at the Newcastle
county workhouse in Delaware, indi
cates to me that the whipping post
has not the deterrent effect upon crime
that is claimed by its supporters," said
Representative Evans of Montana, to
day, discussing the lashing last Satur
day of another prisoner.
"Governor Miller of Delaware, in a
published interview stated that 'the
whipping post has eliminated the crim
inal gentry from Delaware.' In my.
mail this morning I received a mark
ed copy of a morning newspaper pub
lished in Wilmington, Delaware, where
the Newcastle workhouse is located,
and on a single page of that paper,
ten stories of crime appear. Out of
a. total of thirty-two items on that
Free of Impurities
Eczema Gone! Acne, Tetter,
Rash, Pimples, Carbuncles,
Always Stop at the Ancient City's Pride,
Tt is certainly
action or r.
k c,ppi,,ff with stnmach. Llwericrime. 'Ounman fires twice m crowd
., ..: f it led street:' 'Loot summer cottage; i Hie skin is n;lte sensational
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Accuse two or larceuy , .iumv uom,
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TRAVELERS TO THE EAST
will find every want anticipated in the modern high-class
service provided by the through sleeping car routes to St.
Louis over the Missouri-Pacific-Iron Mountain.
To Salt Lake City and Pacific Coast
Points Denver & Rio Urande
W extern Pacific Rail wav-The Royal
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Line fAK LAA-t.LLt.niCb or an America.
FOR INFORMATION AS TO RATES, ETC., CALL ON
WM. M. SCOTT, T. F. & P. A..
244 San Francisco Street, Santa Fe, N M.
Mind you, Mayr's Wonderful Stomach
Pemedy is so different than most med
icines that are put on the market for
the various stomach ailments It Is
really in a class by itself, and one
dose will do more to convince the
most skeptical sufferer than tons of
! other medicines. Results from one
I dose will amaze and the benefits are
entirely natural, as it acts on the
i source and foundation of these ail
jments, removing the poisonous ca
I tarrh and bile accretions, and allay
' ing the underlying chronic Inflamma
tion in the alimentary and intestinal
tact, rendering the same antiseptic.
Just try one dose of Mayr's Wonder
ful Stomach Remedy put it to a test
today you will be overjoyed with
your quick recovery and will highly
praise it as thousands of others are
constantly doing. Send for booklet on
Stomach Ailments to Geo. H. Mayr,
Mfg. Chemist, 154-15C Whiting St.,
For sale in Santa Fe, by Butts'
Drug Store. West Side of Plaza.
A BIG BOON TO
Washington, Dec. 5. One of the
laws justly directed against women
is the McLean-Weeks bill passed by
congress protecting migratory song
birds which are being slaughtered for
the milliners' trade.
- According to the law which went
into effect last month, there will be a
closed season of five years on migra
tory game birds. Migratory insecti
vorous birds will be protected at all
times. Thus the farmers, who have
been sufferers from the havoc wrought
by the fashions, will once more gain
the protection of the birds for their
fugitive, killed following attempt to
make third attack on negress;' 'Girl
attacked two negro boys waylay Miss
Anna Underhill;' these are a few of
the headlines. The last named outrage
occurred within one quarter of a mile
of the whipping post itself, notwith
standing the statement made by Rep--resentative
Brookson of Delaware on
the floor of the house that the whip-
remnrkable how quickly
S. K the famous blood
Hilar. Rhnn-ft itself tn the skin.
There Is one Ingredient. In S. H. N. which
r.i'culmriy stimulates cellular or glandular
ivtiviry 'to select from the blood, or from
I : line network of hlontl voshcIs In the
tk'.n. those elements which it requires for
Thus pimples, acne, eczema, lupus, or
otic other blood condition that attacks the
8!v-'n or seeks an outlet through Ihe skin la
n:i I with the aiiltdotal effect of 8. 8. 8.
This Is why skin troubles vanish bo
r-adilv and why they do not return. Un
ci' : the influence of S. S. S. this fine net
work of blood vessels In the skin Is con
stantly selecting from the blood the nutri
tion required for healthy tissue, and the
cause of disease Is just as constantly be
Ins removed, scattered and rendered
You will be surprised and delimited at
: lie quick change if you will use S. S. R.,
toe famous blood puriner. Irs action in
:ire most fullv eznialned In a hook on
skin troubles sent by the Swift Specific
Co.. 21 :i Swift Bid., Atlanta, Oa. You
will find R. R. R. on sale at all drill? stores,
'let a bottle to-day and banish all skin
When von nsk for S. S. R. look out for
the common trick of trying to sell you
something else. Don't be misled.
'If the government should buy the
railways at a cost of 20 billion dollars,
?he estimate of Senator Cummins, and
ping post was a deterrent to criminals. ; have to pay 3 1-2 percent interest on
"I am confirmed in this belief," con-i the money, its total interest would
tinned Mr. Evans, "by Mr. Julian Lea-1 amount to 700 million dollars a year,
vitt. chairman of the prison labor com- j which exceeds by $2X,091,15 the total
mittee of the National Cousumers' interest and dividends paid by the
league, one of the foremost experir .railways in the fiscal year 1 911, accord
In the country, who has recently pub ing to the report of the Interstate
lished two widely read Beries of arti- i Commerce Commission
cles on prisons and convict labor in
Zlf-.r usman33G3s Sir -Jtu
SWINGS and ROCKERS
Service and Cuisine
the Best in the City
Ample facilities for large
and small banquets.
HOTEL DE VARGAS
EUROPEAN PLAN. Meals a la Carte.
Room With Bath, $2.00 Up.
Room Without Bath. $1.00 Up.
BY THE WEEK
Flour Hay, Grain, Potatoes and Salt.
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4LFALFA SEED. All kinds of flowers, rarden & field seeds in bulk and packai ;
The only exclusive grain house in Santa Fe
PHo.4B,.ck Leo HERSCH
the American Magazine and Pearson's
Magazine. In Mr. Leavitt's opinion,
Delaware is one of the worst of tluJ
convict labor states, and is annually
contributing an unknown, but certain
ly large number of criminals to the
population of the neighboring states."
The protest of Representative Evans
against the whipping post in Delaware
has received vigorous endorsement
from the National Consumers' League,
through the chairman of its prison la
bor committee, Julian Leavitt.
"I would even go so far as to say,
that the U. S. department of justice
Bhould have he power to assume con
trol of this institution, as a matter of
social sanitation, in precisely the same
manner that the U. S. Public Health
service takes charge of infected areas
where the local authorities are unwill
ing or unable to exercise proper con
trol," declared Mr. Leavitt today in
discussing the matter.
"Delaware clings to the old systems.
And these are its by-products: First,
it produces embittered, hopeless, con
firmed criminals. The leading industry
in this particular prison is the making
L. A. HUGHES,
C. L. POLLARD,
Manager & Treasurer.
Lumber and Transfer Co.
LUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Shingles, Cement, Plaster, Roofing and Build
ing Materials of Every Description.
AGENTS fthe FAMOUS DAWSON COAL
GENERAL TRANSFER BUSINESS AND STORAGE
Your Business Solicited."
Phone 100 and 35 W. ::
Foot of Montezuma Ave.
crops, and millions of dollars will be or oo.vs- KmcKeruouuerB iur a piivair
saved to the agricultural world. concern. Now, outside of prison, thi.
The nrinclnal regulations of the trade, like most needle trades, is large-
Jaw are that migratory Insectivorous
birds are protected at all times; that
no bird can be killed between Biinset
and sunrise: that game and shore
birds will come under a closed sea
son for five years and that special pro
tection will be offered for the same
number of years to migratory birds
passing over certain rivers in certain
The country is divided into breeding
zones and wintering zones, and tte law
is made to safeguard the songsters
when protection is most needed. The
! tariff regulation prohibiting the im
! portation of foreign feathers and skins
'of wild birds may be regarded by
many women as a hardship, but it will
serve with the McLean-Weeks bill to
revolutionize the milliners' trade and
to give by law that protection which
women have denied to the feathered
denizens of the wilds.
MULLIGAN & RISING,
License Nomhers, it-67. Day or Night Phone, 130 Main.
Next Door to Postofflce.
uy For ash !
And we will show you how much you can save. Espe
cially should you do this with your
Hay, Grain Flour
Give us a trial and let us show you. Guaranteed
Pure, Clean and Wholesome.
THE SANTA FE HAY AND GRAIN CO.
M. O'CONNELL, Mgr., - - fialisteo aid Water Sts.
Phone, Main 250.
WIFE TO BE BOSS IF
SHE WILL END SUIT
Sharon, Pa., Dec. 5. Mrytle A. Bald
win, of Girard, entered suit for divorce
from W. E. Baldwin, and the case took
a new turn when the parties came into
court and asked that a certain con
tract be filed and approved, and upon
the affirmation of same the plaintiff
withdrew her petition.
This contract stipulates that the
husband must live up to the follow
ing: Give up attentions to another wo
man not named.
Be good and kind and quit abusing
Refrain from the use of intoxicating
Plaintiff may choose any position in
Defendant will quit loan business if
Plaintiff will fix their place of resi
Husband must pay court costs.
ly in the hands of women. This
means that, the discharged prisoner
finds himself without a trade, without
means and without friends on the day
of his release. Weakened by F'-'!son
food and indoor confinement, he is un
fit to compete with free men, pud ii'ttst
revert to crime. Who knows what
quota Delaware is contributing to the
criminal population of its neighboring
'Second, the Newcastle prion is,
like all contract prisons, a hoibod of
tuberculosis and o'.her specific dis
eases. et we know, on tne oasis or
official reports, that in the year lUOt.
and probably in ea.ch of the years f jl
l iwing, the prisoners turned out 50,OiK)
pairs of boys' knickerbockers, all of !
which were sold outside the state of
Delaware. This mc nns that during the i
last eight yeara this institutim ex
ported nearly a half million of these t
garments through interstate commerce
channels. Who knows how many in-1
nocent boys throughout the land fell i
victims of infections to these goods?
Third many of the prisoners are i
husbands and fathers. Who is support- J
ing their dependent wives and chil-:
dren? The state of Delaware does
nothing for them. What quota does it j
add thereby to the general burden of )
prostitution, dependency and crime?
'These three counts alone prove that
the Delaware prison, as organized to
day, is an interstate nuisance and
should be either cleansed or abo'ished.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that con
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure, i
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75
cents per bottle. Sold by all Drug
gists. Take Hall's Family Pills for consti-pati'"
THE SANITARY I
I Open Day and Night.
f Best Equipped, Most Modern. 1
I Special Dinner Parties.
ROMULO LOPEZ, PROP. 1
SANTA FE, - NEW MEXICO.
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IN THESE DAYS OF MODERN METH
ODS, Electricity plays a most impor
tant part. The grandfather would
be amazed at the radiance of the mod
ern home and why all thU light ? To
make the home more homelike to make
the home the most pleasant spot on earth
for father, mother and children. Qood light
that Is easy on the eyes is very much to be
NOTHING IS QUITE SO CONVEN
IENT as to touch the button and
your stove is ready to cook your
Iron ready to use, your toasted
ready for the hurried breakfast, your vacu
um cleaner ready for the fray, your washer
ready to cleanse, fan ready to cool the heat
ed rooms. Electricity will do every thing
for you. We furnish it at reasonable rates,
day and night' Estimates and full infor
mation cheeerfuliy given.
SANTA FE WATER & LIGHT CO. I
Schilling's Best, prop
erly maile, and served
with cream, is liquid op
timism. Very fine for dis
solving the morning
grouch and giving yon a
sunny front to face the
Preserved in its aroma; In 1
lb, 2-lb and 24-lb cans money-back.
IS MR. RIPLEY
Topeka, Dec. 5. E. P. Ripley, presi
dent of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa
Fe railroad, will not oppose govern'
merit ownership of the railroads as a
railroad man, but will fight it as a citi-zr-n.
Senator Cummins and Senator
Kenyon of Iowa, are preparing to intro
duce a bill for the purchase of the rail
way systems of the country and Mr.
Ripley believes that the country is
drifting rapidly toward government
ownership. In a prepared statement
given out here President Ripley said:
"I do not oppose this policy as a rail
way officer. I do oppose it, however, as
a citizen, because I believe that under
our form of government and political
conditions it would be the greatest
calamity that possibly could befall the
The government could not acquire
the railways without paving just com-i
pensation for them. The roads are I
now being so regulated that the secur
ity owners are not receiving an ade
quate return, and if they could get
their money out they could invest it
where it would earn a larger return.
Therefore, government ownership
might be a bl owners of
CORRICK LIVERY BARN
NOBBIEST OUTFITS IN THE CITY
Busies and 5addlers a Specialty.
Hacks and Baggage Transfer. Prompt Attention and the Best
of Satisfaction Guaranteed.
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104 DON GASPER ST.
Telephone 9 W
Photographs at Night
Among the many modern appliances installed In our new
studio Is the very latest modern method of taking photos at
night. This meant we can make sittings ANY TIME, regard
less of the kind of day or weather. Not many days left for
Xmas. Better make that appointment today.
THE GRAY STUDIOS
Phone 162 J.
Showing decorations to delight the eye are now displayed at
my store. There are articles to appeal to everyone-Steins,
Smoking Sets, Tobacco Jars, Card Cases, Vases, etc. The
prices are reasonable. Please call to see the China Articles
before the best pieces have been sold.
H. C. YONTZ, JEWELER, SAN FRANCISCO STREET.
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