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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL Friday, October 20, 1901.;, for li we do wait, ths vestid Intere of private parties in tnem inoy be come ao airongly intrenched that it may be- a most erion as well a r. twist expensive tank to out them. II tne Pssfern mate are wise, then from the Bay of Fundy to the Gulf we will ec, within the next few yearn a pol icy aet on foot imllar to that so for tunately carried out in the high Kier raa of the West by the national gov ernment. All the higher Appalachi an should be reserved, either by th states or by the natio:i. I much pre fer that they should he put under national control, hut It is a mere tru ism to say that they will not he re served either by the statf or by the nation unless you people of the couth how' a strong interest therein. " Reserve at Paying Invest meiil. Such reserves would be a paying In vestment, not only in protection to many interests, but in dollars and cents to the novernmeiH. Th import ance to the southern people of pro tecting the southern mountain forexli It obvious. These forests re the leM defense agalnxt the flood which. In the recent past, huve, during a sitiRlt twelve month, destroyed property off'., daily valued at neurly (nice what it would cost to buy th southern Ap palachian reserve. The maintenance of your southern water powers is not less important than the prevention of floods because If they are injured your manufacturing Interests will suffer with them. The perpetuation of your forests, which have done so much for the south, should be one of the ftrxt vbjecta of your public men. The two mutators from North Carolina have taken an honorable part in this move ment Itut I do not think that the people of North Carolina, or of any other southern slate have quite Kruxp ed the Importance of this movement to. the commercial development and prosperity of the south. Tltc Itoyw in Gray. The position of honor in your par ad today Is held by ihe Confederate veterans. They by their deeds relied credit upon their descendants and up on all Americans, both because they did their duty In peace. Now if the young men. their sons, will not only prove that they possess the same pow er of fealty to an ideal, but will also show the efficiency in tne ranks of in dustrial life that their fathers , th" Confederate veterans, showed that thiy possossed In the ranks of war, the Industrial future of this great and typically American commonwealth is nured. The extnordinnry development of Industrialism during the last half ccn tfry has been due to several causes, but above nil to the revolution In the methods of transportation and com munication: that is. to steam and to electricity, to the railroad and the telegraph. A hen this government was founded commerce was rarrled on by essenti nlly the Mini instruments that had been In use not only unions clvllwd. but a ni o i, K barbarian, nations, ever since history- dawned: that Is. by wheeled vehicles drawn by animal, by ti k trains, and by sailing ships and rowboa'.s. on land this mean; that commerce went In slow, cumber ml and expensive fashion over high ways open to all. Normally these highways muid not competo with wu ter transportation. If such nns feasibU between the connecting point. Kffod of ltallioiidt. All this has been changed by th" development of the railroads. Save on the ocean or no lakes so large as to 1 pracHcally inland seas, transport b water has wholly lost its old position of superiority over transport by land while instead of the old highway: open to everyone on Ihe same terms, but of a very limited usefulness. w have new highways railroads which sre owned by private corpora tions, and which are prartically of unlimited, Instead of limited, useful ness. The old laws and customs which were adequate and proper to me! Ihe old conditions need radical read justment in order to meet these nc conditions. The cardinal features ii these changed conditions are. first the fact that the new highway. lh railway, is, from the com inercia standpoint, of infinitely greater ini portance in our industrial life thai was the old highway, the wagon road and. second, that this new highway the railway, is in the hands of private owners, where as the old highway, t In wagon road, was In the hands of th state. The management of the nev. highway, the railroad or rather of t hi intricate web of railroad lines whir) cover the country, is a task Inflniteh more difficult, more delicate and mor. Important than the primitively cas. task of acquiring or keeping In orde the old highway; so that there I properly no analogy whatever be tween the two cases. I do not bellev. In government ownership of anythiii) which can with propriety lie left li private hands, and In particular should most strenuously object t government ownership of railroads. GovcrmiHiit Must Kupcrvlto. ' But 1 believe with equal tlrmnes. that It la out of the question fur th government not to exercise a super vlsory and regulutory right over th railroads: for It Is vital to the well- being of the public that they should be managed in a spirit of falrriesf and justice toward all the public. Ac ttial experience has shown that It Is not possible to leave the railroads uu controlled. Such a system, or rath er such a lack of system ,1s fertile hi abuses of every kind, and puis a pre- tnlum upon unscrupulous and ruthless cunning In railroad management; for there are orne big shippers and som- railroad managers who are always willing to take unfair advantage of their weaker competitors, and the thereby' force other big shippers and big railroad men who would like to do decently Into similar acts of wrong and Injustice, under penalty of being left behind In the race for success. Government supervision Is needed quit a much in the interest of the big shipper and of the railroad man who want to do right us in the Inter ést of the small shipper and the con lumer.' - - - ...Piwill 1 Jl u w lh-fix.ll 1 tiperlence has shown that (he present lows re defective and need amendment. The effort to prohibit all textraint of competition, whether rea. sonable or unreasonable, la unwise, What we need is to have some ad ministrative body with ample power to forbid combination (hat is hurtful to tha public, and to prevent favorit ism" to one Individual at the expense of another. In other word", we want an administrative body with the pow er to eecure fair and Jit treatment as among all shippers who use the rail roadsand all shipper have a rlgh: to use them. We must not leave th enforcement of each a law merely to (he department of Justice; It Is out ol the question for the law department of the government to do what should be purely administrative work. Th department Of Justice la to stand lie bind and co-operate with the admlnls. trailve body. but the administrative body itself must be given the power to do the work and then held to a atrh't accountability for the exercise of that power. The delays of the law ere proverbial. and what we need In this matter la reasonable tilcknese of action. AbuaM Are Varied. The abnsee of which we have a gen uine fight to complain take many hi pet. Rebate are not now often a-iven openly. Hut they can be given jnt as effectively In covert form: and private cars, terminal track and thi like mutt be brought utyler the con-i rot of the commission or administra tive body w hich is to exercise supervi ion by tha government. But in in y todgment the most important thing to do is to give to this administrativo body power to make its findings effec tive, and this can be done only by giv ng It power, when complaint is made of a given rate as being unjust or un reasonable, if it finds tile complaint roper .then iixelf to fix a maximum c.ite which !f regards as Just apd rea sonable, this rale to go Into effect radically at once, thut la within a easonable time, and to stay in effect, mless reversed by the courts. I earn "sily hope that we shall see a law giv ;ng this power passed by congress. Moreover. I hope that by law power will be conferred upon representatives f the government capable of per forming the duty of public account nits carefully to examine Into the looks of railroad", when so ordered y the Inter-state commerce commifi loii. which should Itself have power o prescribe what books, and what looks only, should be kept by rail roads. If there is in the minds of the ommlsslon any suspicion that a cer aln railroad Is in any shape or way giving rebates or behaving improper y I wish the commiselon to have pow r as a matter of rijrht, not as a mat ter of favor, to make a full and ex 'iMinjllve investigation of the receipts ind expenditures of the railroad, so hat any violation or evasion of the , ftw may be detected. Not it ilevoliilioiiiicy Scheme. This is not a revolutionary proposa! in my part, for I only wish the same lower given in reference to railroad hat is now exercised as a matter o( nurse by the national bank exaniln rs a? regards national banks. My ob ed !u giving these additional power--:o the administrative body represent ing the government, or whatever il may be is primarily to secure a real Mid not a sham control to the govern ment representatives. The American people abhor a sham, and with this ibhorrence I cordially sympathize. N'othlng is more injurious from ever) itaiHlpoInt than a law which I.) mere y sound and fury, merely pretense tnd not capable of working out tangl ile results. I hope to see all the pow r that I think it ought to have grant ?d to the government; hut I would fai rather Bee only some of It granted, but really grunted, than see a pretense of granting all, in some shape that reall) imoiints to nothing. Need of (aullor. It must be understood, us a matter of course, that If this power Is grant d It Is to be exercised with wisdom mil caution and self-restraint. The 'nter-state commerce commissioner oi ither government official who failed to protect a railroad tlrM was in the right against any clamor, no matter how violent, on the part of the public, would be guilty of as gross a wrong nf if he corruolly rendered an improper iervlce to the railroad at the expena" f the public. When I say a squarf le.il I mean a square deal; exactly n nuch a square deal for the rich man is for the poor man; but no more, '.et each stand on his merits, receive vhat is due lilm and be judged ac ording to his deserts. To more lir s not entitled, Und less he shall not lave. Cholera In I'hllrpplncs. Washington, (id. 19. Asiatic chol ra has been epidemic In the I'hillp lnes for the last seven weeks, aru" here have been 553 deaths and 711 ases of the dlse'iso. It has now dM ppeared, according to official advice eceived at the war department. The lews of conditions In the Philippine, las been suppressed by the war lie lartment, and it was not until Sut- irday that the secretary of war dedd d thai some Information concer!iin he epidemic be made public. Thi leaths chicflv occurred among the Ha lves, urn mere were some cases mong the soldiers at For! McKinley. lust outside Manila. The meager information Riven mil y the insular division contains no de ills, (iovernor Wright, In response o a cablegram from Secretary Taft eplled that the cholera had practi ally disappeared. If you need a rnrixMir telephone .cssclden. PrlniT nuil rrítufh lepan. London. Oct. 19. The Prince am' Princess of Wales started their six months' tour of India today. Kinr Ivlwanl. Queen Alexandria and meni iers or the royal family and cabinet ministers, bid them farewell nt the railroad station. lydte Em Plnkham'a Vegetablo Compound is a positive cure for all those painful alimenta of women. It will entirely fftire the worst forme of Female Com plaints, all Ovarian troubles. Inflam mation and Ulceration. Falling- and Displacements of the Womb and con quent Spinal Weakness, and is peen isrly adapted to the Cluiuge oj Lift. Every time it will cure Dackacho, It liss cured more cases of Leucor rWa than ny other remedy the world hascTcr known. It is alinostinfallible in such caset. It dissolves and expelí Tumors from the L'teru in an early itajre ol development. That Doarlng-down Fooling, causing- pain, weight and headache, is instantly relieved and permanently enred by ite use. 1'nder all circum stances It acts in harmony with the temaie system, it correct Irregularity, Suppressed or Painful Menstrnatlou, weakness of the Stomach, Indhestion, Bloating' Hnodimr. Nervous l'rnstr. tion, Headache, (ieneral Debility. Aleo Dizzlnoss. Falntnass. Extreme Lassitude, "don't-care" and " want-to l,c-left alone " feeling Tlt. ability. Irritability, nervousness,' aleep lessness. flatulency, melancholy or the "bltles." and bacltsche Thnu r. nr Indication of Female Weakness, some (ierenvemcnt of the t tenia. For fíldnoy Comnlalnta and Ilackache of eificr sat the Vegeta ble Coto pound is uneijualeil. You cea write Mrs. PlnLhsm ahnnt yourself io strictest confidence. IIU . riSIIil ItO. CO, t;is, Isea, OASIS MAN ANXIOUS TO DEBATE WITH DELEGATE WILSON On the Joint Statehood Proposition. WILL LOCK HORNS AT . ANY TIME OR PLACE In thi Xogalca Oasa of September 30th the editor expressed a. willing ness to meet In Joint deoale Hon. J. F. Wilsm, one of the foremost oppon ents cf annexation of New Mexico to create the state of Aiuoiiü, and te present to the people at teveral poin's mentioned, the argument that may be tdvanced upon both sides of the issue. In accordance with willingness herein expressed the ediior, two days ater, addressed Colonel WMm.ii a let ter, of which the followl.iq; Is a copy nd Is now respectfu' y awaiting a reply: Nogales, Ariz.. O.'i. I. ííni". , Hon. J. Frank Wilson, Prescoit. All-.: My Dear Kir I have takci tne lib erty of sending you copies of The Oasis, containing editorial comment upon a recent article upon the ques tion of statehood for Ariz.iut recently appearing over your own signature in the Douglas and Hisbes newspapers, ind a communication from one of the most prominent citizen ( .Santa Cruz :ounty. both of whkh take- groum' ontrnry to your own. The Oa:;la has ilso published a strong article upoi. the same subject from tlio pea of the Hon. D. O. Chalmers, who vas spoaiv ?r of the house In the nl.iy eenth leg islative assembly of Arizona, and A'hose democracy Is unquestioned. It. which the gentleman pronounces bold, ty for jointure with New Mexico. M awn private correspondence with auch iterling democrats as Doctor Mars ftodgers, of Tucson, Hon. A. C. Ilaker, if Phoenix, who was chief -justice m Arizona under the second Cleveland idminlstratlon, demonstrates that the entiment against Jointure is not sc unanimous in Arizona as has been epresenled. Judge Baker has writ en me a letter in which he says lit has recently visited a number of cr.iin Jes and he llnds everywhere a strcms ind growing centiment for the propos ed Jointure; and I have letters to tl.. ame effect from many counties in Arizona. In studying this question of s'ate mod for Arizona, Including the culti ves of New Mexico. I find there is '. ;reat deal to be said In favor of acc eptance of the proposition. What t ho leople of Arizona most need is selt overnment, and I am prepared ti. lemonstrate at any time tr in an! dace that they will have In the pro posed union with New Mexico in state hood the full measure of self-government, which they do not ut nil possest inder a territorial form of govern ment. And I am further prepared tf lemonstrate that It would be for the citt interests of Arizona, to accept tht lamilton bill, frume a state constltu ioii under Its provisions, and become 1 foverlgn state in the Union. Now I would like to discuss these iroposltions with you before the peo ile of Arizona, and I would suggest lint we might arrange for a series oi ioint discussions, at some half dozen of ihe principal places, say Presenil. Phoenix, Tucson, tfouglas, l'lsbee nnd Xognles, including also such othei pistes as you may suggest. Trusting I may receive a f avora lih reply, I am, Hospedfullv, ALLKN T. lililí), P. S. I would like to suggest thai if acceptable to you the pi posed me rles of discussions shall take place 'n the latter pari of November or irly In December. A. T. I!. UNQUALIFIED FALSEHOOD SAYS CASTLE iKslstante to the men who secured large loans in the Enterprise bank up on collateral which has no known vtilue. Tomorrow night 1 speak ul Milton, Pa., and at that time I shall take occasion to make public aunu iiformiitlon which has come to me along these lines." ' The commonwealth of Pennsylvania In behalf of the state treasury depart ment has entered Judgment in tht common pleas court No. 2 for $2,500, 60 on four bonds aggregating that amount against the Knterprlse National bank, and securities on bonds, who are is follows: Frederick O w inner, Jas. P. McKlnney. C. K. Stlfel, Henry l.nng linff. William T. Itradbury, John Htel ling, Trank It. Smith, David Morrison. Albert P. Schwerd and James T. Ar nold. ' Will ;lve Out No lteport. National Hank Kx.imlner John II. 'iinningh.im did not leave the bank 'inlll late this evening. As he was shout to take his departure he said: "I want to correct an erroneous impression that has gone abroad. It has been staled- ami published that I would soon be utile to and would make public a rtatement of the condi tion of (he Knterprlse bank. All mj reports and statements go to the comptroller of the currency, and all public reports must come through him. I will not give out any report of the condition of the bank." WIIJj EX.MIr7ltAXK WmiillT ANY POLITICS Washington. Oct. It. William I). Kldgeley, comptroller of the currency was shown a statement connecting his recent visit to Pittsburg with the fail ure of the Enterprise Natlon;i bank of Alleghany. In which It Is slated that he at that time had held a conference with, several renubllcan i.oltilr-lm.w 'Sir. Rldgeley stated that the occasion of his visit was personal and private ousiness. While -he was (here, however. h conferred with bank examiner Cunn ingham and discussed the affairs of the Knterprlse National bank, but he spoke to no one but Mr, Cunning ham on Ihe mi bird. Ills Instructions to the bank examiner were to make an examination of the Knterprlse bunk and report -on Its exact condi tion without any reference to the dec. tion or politics In any Way. The examination thus ordered has led to the closing- of the bank. FEWER NEW MEXICO SIIEEPJN THE FEED LOTS OF COLORADO Feeders Will Faitea More Than a Million Head. r BAUD TO TELL HOW MANY ARE GOING TO MIDDLE STATES "The movement of sheep and lambs from the western ranges to Colorado feed lots Is now in full blast, and be tween 730.000 and 800,000 head wlkl be fed in the northern part on alfalfa, corn and sugar iier.i, while a.-our I 300,000 will be handled on the pe" fields In the southern part this coming season," said H. W.Prickett, the pop ular general traveling freight agent of the St. Jospeh & Grand Island, with headquarters at St. Joseph, Mo,, who was at the yards. "Fewer New Mexico and mors northern lambs will be put in the feeu lots of Colorado," continued Mr. Prick ett. "Though the prices paid for sheep and lambs are considerably higher than hut season, and alfalfa is dearer in value. Colorado feeders figure thai the lower price of corn and high value of wool will offset the above adverse conditions. They are nl.so confidently looking forward to good strong priciM for their offerings this coming season because of the unprecedented demand for mutton. "It is difficult to make an e-tlmato of the number of sheep nnd lambs which will' be placed in the feed lots of Nebraska. Kansas and Missouri for the reason that so much stock is being contracted on. the ranges by parties from those states. In fact, more con tracting is being done than In the hiR tory of the western ranges. While some of the big operators will not han dle their usual quota, and many would be feeders wco shut out of the game because they were unable to get tho stock at the prices they wanted them, yet a large number of sherj anil lam. -s will be fed in the corn be't slates west of the Mississippi river, with the main increase among small operators, many of whc'rh fed cattle until this ye?.r. "There will be no moro big runs from the western range this season, though fair supplies will como, with a marked Increase of thin offerings i.i the receipts. Western ranchman ar much encouraged with the shee;i suu ltion. They expect as high, If not bet ter, wool prices next year us prevailed this year, and besides the winter ranges are In generally good shape, whilo financially ranchmen are in quite Ktrong fchape." -Kentucky Xcgio Hanged. Winchester, Ky.. Oct. 19. Sam HIsle, a negro, was hanged here to day for as.- iulting a white woman last Augu-st. Lunatic Still nt I.nnjo. John Bracken, the old patient who escaped from the Insano asylum at Phoenix, U stlil at larg. Ho Is per fectly harmless, but loand and vo ciferous In his talk .frequently threat ening destruction to either real or imaginary persons". When excited lie walks with half run, nnd etampr with his rlqht foot. When he left he had on a pair of blue overalls!, an in---tltutlon i hlrt and white hat. Ills pe-r-ullar actions will instantly attract at tention to himself. Any one locating him will confer a great favor by noti fying the apyluni authorities. For picture framing go to Newcom er's, next door to bostofflce. I KE S CANDIi: AT WALTON'S. ItAILKOAD MF.X! When desiring TRAIN ItOOK COV ERS go to Mitel icncr's, nt the Journal office. QEADflG MrfstWfatdbmn sttiffererfrnm tick headache for the lut twonty-Uve fears and never fouud aur relief until he began taking your Canearen. Since he hat begnn taking Camareta he tías never bad the headache. They have entirely cured him. Cascarela do what yon recommend them to do. I III gire you the privilege of using his name." CM. Plckaon, 113) Kesiner KU, W.lndianapulis, lnV Best For The Dowels Pleaaant, Palatable, Powint, Taste Good, bo flood. Nevar Sicken, Weaken or Uripe. 10c, M, He. Never sold In bnlk. The genuine tablet stamped C CO. Unaraoteed to cure or your money bank. Sterliof Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 59S uniLuu,ni Kiuioi boxes J.E.BELL Livery, Feed and Sale ..STABLES.. Boarding; Horse a Specialty Rnddle Hornea 111 W. Kllver Avenue. . . AlhiKiiicrqiie A. E. WALKER Fire Insurance Sicntiry Mstsil liliaiit taociitUt Of Hoe In i. C fUldrld'i Lnmbew Turtf Anta. Phone t9. Cool Nights Mean Horse Blankets We have a large stock of the G'cn it ii iv- 4 a xJKtimvu rtiiivn ui v making; social low prices on now. Flush Lap Robes, Whips, Axle Oils and all supplies in .Vehicles and Harness line. dm ii V CAN CTV CATHARTIC LIGHT AND HfcAVY HARNESS J. KORBER & CO. Corner FIrsr Street asd Copper ALBUQUERQUE NEW KEXIC0 INTEREST E irst NaíEoeal Bank RESOURCES a Loans und Discounts ...$1,191,220.39 Hoods, Stocks, Kcal Ertnte ....... . 6S.222 . t) Hanking House and Furniture , y . , 38,500.00 l ulled States Honda.. .$ 323,000 00 Cush and Exclinngc. . . 1,310,015 50 1,00.1,015 50 TOTAL DEPOSITOR. Y OF French DryCleaning Yc Guarantee the SMts Will Not Come nnck. Wc Live to Die and Dye to Live. IjkIIcs mid Gentlemen: For the best and iiiiciiiiik'd clothes cleaning and dyeing telephone us. Goods called for and delivered. llotli Telephones Antonia lie lMione, 075 Colorado I'lionc, Hed 200-2 rings O. F. PLATT 1111 North Firth Street Cut This Out for I'.eference S.T.Vann.O.D. EYESIGHT SPECIALIST President of New Mexico Board of Optometry. First established optician In New Mexico. Glasses fitted for poor Kiffht, headache and nervous strain. Office: Room 9, Whiting Block. Appoint ment mnde at Vann's finiR Store. U&EAKIN WHOLESALE Liquor Q Cigar Dealers Excluilw AatenU for Yellowstone nnd O. V. C. Whlskle. Moet & Cliandon White Seal Clmm Darae. St. Loul A. It. C. Ilohcmlan nd Jos. Scldlta Mllrfankce Bottled Beers, and Owners aud Distributer of the Alvarado Club Whiskey. Write for our Illustrated CataUcu nd Prce List. Automatic Telephone. 199. Salesrooms. 1 1 1 bouüi Hrst sweet. ALHHoc:itorB - - nkw Myxico, 1 S.fa. Csariia Rum air Simian Ulnnvirmf. HUI INOWN T TAIL. "i 8pl) i n.u.. fat ) .00 pr h. Win Ma laanaa irlal. Oka p. 14 tot h.a 'HUwp4. Samnltf rrM. lr .oar áfuila Jm. u. ka.t itMBi tm4 roar rdrt la tfaa unitid Mtoieai co., ao T4 Uttuna a. Sold In Albuquerque bf J. U. CiUcllj áft DA. Scott's Santal-Pepsm Capsules A POSITIVE CURE ior Tnflimmatloo orOatarrhof tha ülad.lf r and Illaf-atod Kid. una. HO C0I S 1 PAT, Curas quIthlT and prrniancntW the worst rasna of Vaaiarrlioaa and irrt, ao matter of bow Ion siandina. Absolutely isrmlras. Sold by rtrutgista. 'lira li m. or tij null. Boat, paid. ll.OO, I botos. V I. - THE SANTAL-PEPS2N CO. bllelotaiM, Obi. RUPPE. Aienl for AJbntncrju. - jS- A MONTEZUMA TRUST COMPANY KLEUQUERQUE, NEW. MEXICO -Capital and Surplus, $100,000.00 ALLOWED ON SAVINGS OF TJEiE COlVDITI OF TliE Albuquerque, New Mexico AT THE CLOSE OP BUSINESS, AUGUST 25, 1905 Capital and Trifila Circulation I)CMKitS $2,055,958.40 TOTAL THE A . T. &S. F. AMPLE MEANS AND UN'S UK PASSED FACILITIES BANK OF COMMERCE " ALBUQUERQUE, II, f.l. EXTENDS TO DEPOSITORS EVERY PROPER ACCOMMODATION AND SOLICITS NEW ACCOUNTS. CAPITAL, $150,000.00. - Officers and Directors: ' SOLOMON LUNA, President. v W. 8..6TUICKLER, W. J. JOHNSON, Vice-President and. Cashier. Assistant Cashier. WILLIAM McINTOSII. GEORGE ARNOT. A . J. C. PALDRIDGE. A. M. BLACKWELL. O. E. CROMWELL. T The First National Bank will rent a year and up. Call and let us WE FEEL Of our ability to handle your banking1 business to your satisfaction. We shall be glad of an opportunity to talk with ynu Albuquerque, N.M. STATE ALL KINDS OF FEED AT THIT. i illBlIt3lllí.1i.BBBIBB.BigB-1 This Space London Club Livery L. L. AVERS, Proprietor i tllrBflBfltlM-rltBM-MXIMiMMMll.BB1.BfBai 1' r. DEPOSITS J LIABILITIES .$ 285,030.2$ 200,000.00 . 2,470,928 21 ..$2,955,958.4 RAILWAY SYSTEM ea3e5353 you a Safe Deposit Box for $2.50 explain the system. SURE NATIONAL BANK Ask your Grocer for the Empress Flotir It is from old wheat, ' well seasoned, guaranteed , to make the best bread and pastry. Yoiit grocer will supply you. . , - M. BERCER, Whoicttlg Ajtkl 114 W. Copper. Auto. 'Phono 626 t .flU'rcT . m adivt mtc I,, , ,,, - r i Belongs to