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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, MONDAY, MAY 10. 1909.
tli - .m . i Gov. Curry to Speed Sturdy Welcome Words To Women Little PathTinoJer oTftrWdy FLAG 10 FLAG CAR LEAKS FOR BO 113 MORNING MA;HINE PREPARED FOR ' ADVENTURESOME TRIP florists Who Are Laying Out Route for Run From Denver to Mexico City Enthusiastic Over New Mexico Scenery. tbivernor (corno Curry will speed tin- Pathfinder in the I'laK to tine trip mi iff vv.,y tllis morninií unit will pre ,.nt 10 trie Yankee l'athfindcrs I If 1 -ni In President Porfirio Diaz of Alex ,,,, When tin' Pnlhfintlor left (Vdo 1 io enmr Shal'roth reuuested ,l,,.m tu appear iU tin- capítol where v, presented to tJiem a letter. The muicIv little Chalmers-Detroit Thirty made the trip without trouble to San I , ). tn find Governor Curry absent when 11 visit was paid to the rupit 1 anil the tourists met him last evening in Albimueniiie and lie offered to ,.n( hv 11 em a letter to the president ,,1 Mexico Tin' Pathfinders were (iiito naturally delisluod and at X o'clocl; this mnr.iinK will receive the letter a.-1 tliey leave the front of the Alvarado. where inndav was sient. All "V yesterday the Pathfinders sought information of people who knew n renard to the muting to 101 paso md also the trip thrniiKh Mi'X i,. (ajor Kdvvnrd A. Weed, the ix-tv-eiKtt year old cyclist, who has tour 1 (1 ."i.fo'i miles on his present trip from New'VorU to S.in Krancisoo and who iourd twenty states in Mexico some vi. if aRo. nave tliem much informa linr that seemed valuable. Aceord ini'tn the major it will be possible to 11110 the journey throiiRh from 101 1 p. mi to Chihuahua as he rode a hi- ! ,-yle throiiKh there. l!ut that was hi y.ars ago and according to later inrmation the routing will be Impos 'ile along the line of the Mexican ntral railroad to that point. The uuists have iieen advised to follow Vie lüo C.rande east About sixty miles to catch tile old Chihuahua trail, pi, 'kins up the Mexican Central ai chihuahua.' The major was very en thusiastic in regard to Mexico, lis scenery. Its people and .so forth and promised the tourists a royal welcome all through tin' country with scencrv unsurpassed for beauty. l'tt-r listening In advice from sev eral ipiarters and thanking each and every informant, the Pathfinders re tired to tin Ir room to read a mass f letters Jnt received from Ocorgc A W'Hlilgrei'ii of licnver. promoter of the contest and donor of the trophy and then they 1'iolioil at each other and unite,! in singing "We Don't Know Where e're doing lint We're on Our Way.'' A'ter the Sunday service-all ivtii-'-d to the garage to go over the sturdy little Chalmers lightening it:i Inail of ;v itv-i'-'i hindred pounds anil afluir ' 1 er ( impers under tlie sprites I "' ' lick ami tackle and tenting uil.i, iv : both given promi nent pisilion.s where it Will he pos sible 10 detach them quickly and in -slmv ,1s ere filaced in the , tonneau. The tnirists now feel that they are ready for anything and as theV ale ieavin;' the Santa Fe and the H.trvcv .-ysten 01 iiotcls they plan to do mor, or les camping. Jut how long it will take them I,. r.af 101 Paso they do pot know and thei ,ale of arrival in the City 01 M.-jcn is about as uncertain as the we' as ain thing that may he turn lined. '10111 all along the line thev hav" i'1-oived word of good times ahead !' tllelll but Ihe prolllem seems to hi t arrange any set schedule now. rr Van Saul spent Sunday euter iniiig the visitors and will escort be mas far as Willard when leaving A ilinitieriue. .t this point a guide will ,e secured for the balance of tin 1t'i p. While iu Albuciueniui' the Texas OH eoiiipnuy Insisted upon donating iíuso Une and oil supplies and through Mexico a gentleman connected with "tie .it Hie big oil companies has proni ed to locate gasoline all along tin '"ate for them. Keen on the street the Pathfinder is a siudv. The outfitting is of in letest. The little Chalmers has been Painted bringht blue and hv some is "tyl.'il the P.lue Mini. Tlie tourisis Mive named It "111,1 lielinhle" and will 'liri-ton it al K! Paso befoi-c crossing the border with lln- 1 i,i of the mayn't "I 1.1 Pas,,. The little car has on tin bond the kÍriis on both sides. "llrli er t.i the City of Mi-Men." At each uie tiooii are two canvas water tl-s for water is. ....r,-.-, ia.. 0.1. 1 f,,r man and machine. Cndcr " "'no ano ii'iir seats are immens" a.-ilitie tanks for thirty-two gallon- I gasoline, , riollol, for iflll mil,.. I In ''IK lit side is x luri,,, l,,.v I'm- 'nil "Hi on to,, ., .lir h,,tt,. S,.,i (-,,,-hp;;jng up tims. imiv une puncture '-" ' niiles. near Wagon Mound, ha '! .?''' Party. Just to the front ' an lint 1 1 "'"i and ulinv l"-!te to this ""I oisi.le th f ondensed food ( in the ha. ! ar are four, beds and sleeping ' A large sign on the bacli tile Obieets of tlie Hill as do -'is op ,th sides. Two dress '-s are carried in the tonneau ' "I a ditty box containing ul ny old thing which nia he lor a repair and tools t" mak - Vail I'lliler the .al of I'.illv stumpy or any old thing. ariety is said to be Ihe spice of fife and tour ing west and south throtiKh New Mexico gives variety and nlso spue. Hidden In nooks of the cur ar, many other things and .should- It ever become neces.sary the party may g, into camp at almost any old place, live a week on the rations carted nml re build their ear If necessary. The lat ter necessity seems far off for iiJ.O'iil miles of traveling by this one Hul ear before it started this trip gave it a tryout such as few cars ever get "Hut what fun can you pver get out of such a trip'.'" asked one guest of the Alvarado Sunday. "We do though," said F. Kd. Spuon er. "for we see things in the open air. not from a car window. Motor ing Into impossible places, or thought to he impossible places, is real path finding' and that Is what we do regu larly and are doing. Motor cars have so improved that it is not necessary to worry about them so the drivers start lor almost any old place, often times illv prepared. This is not the case with us. We go prepared for one can never tell. I'p to date our elaborate outfit, suggested by troulil with other cars In past trips during ail. 000 miles of touring, might have been shipped by express. "To the man who doubts the beau ties of motor touring and espeeiall.v pathfinding in unknown territory 1 can only have pity. Since the days of Columbus, .merlcans hav liked I" exploie. At some date away hack in the past the hard roads we follow were no roads at nil, but people got through and why .should not we do so? Path finding is arduous work when the route must be laid tlie best way, whet: a route book must he made u ml when photos of the route must be taken, bul there is the sunshine all day in tllis fine country and southward, the sup per that tastes grand I can tell .von and then bed oftentimes in comfun able places. We get sunbui tied and strong in this outdoor work and take on weight in spite of the work. , see things as few others do and fail to lire of them for we travel right along at a better speed than was ob tained by the original day of what was real pathfinding The work is healthy and it prov ides Innúmera ble subjects for good newspaper and magazine stories. We do no! travel hurriedly and scorch our heads inf. The sun does tin- scorching as you will see by our hands and faces. We stop to sliot. reconnolter. talk with th" inhabitants and we take side trips. We are not on an endurance run, but are out to lav a route lor a great con test and when in that will of course attend strictly to our knitting. The advantages of luuhfiiiding may b seen here for tlie pathfinder .sees ev- r thing w hile the endurance run con testant is on a Itavmnnd and Whit-; comb excursion with his meal th kets bought all, 'lid and the ever present ne cessity of being there for dinner. GOVERNOR FOUND; IHE TOMAHAWK IS BURIED EXECUTIVE OF ZIA FOUND IN SANTO DOMINGO Persuaded to Return ai d Get on the Job Again by Super intedent Crardall and Peace is Restored, Vsidro Chijae. the governor of ll pueblo of Zia, who mystei iously di appeared several weeks ago and wh it was feared liad been quietly mas sacred by the Indians, ha.s been foul and through tlie intervention ol Su perlntendent Clinton J randall d Ihe Santa Fe Indian school, has bee per.-ma led to return to his native v i lago and again assume the chair -tatc. Vsidro was found secreted In bouse in the pueblo of Santo Domine. whither he had fled upon abandoniiiu his office in dusgusi on account Ihe lartional troubles among the men of Xia. Mr. ("randall, w ho Is in char of tile northern pueblos, succeeded restoring peace and good will in ZUi and the governor assumed his pi gattves n.'ain amid general feasting and the solemn burial of Ihe hatch" Vsidro was found only alter a thor ough search by Mr. ('randall and olii If, you arc an intelligent '.hiiM.ing woman, in need of relief from weakness, nervous ness, pain and suffering, then it means much to you that there is one tried and true honest square-deal medicine OF KNOWN COMPOSITION, sold by druggists for the cure of woman's ills. The makers of for the TT Vl J IV II Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription r IPC ers, Mr. ('randall mad Santo Domingo Saturday in an nut mobile, an f xceedingly difficult feat having received a hunch that the miss ing governor was to lie found then His line proved a good one and th governor was soon unearthed and per suaded to get back on the job. Zia pueblo is on Ihe Jemez fifty miles southwest ol the trip t riv'ei Saul NEW LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMPION 15 LOCAL ALUMNI WILL LOOKED FOR Nelson Likely to Meet His Mas ter Among Three Tough Men is Squared Circle, ATTEND JUBILEE Enthusiastic Meeting of Former Pupils and Graduates Christian Brothers Colleges Held Yesterday Afternoon, (Her two score of graduates of St Michael s college. IM Santa Fe, mm making their home in .llHi,iiet',iiu and n number of others, who eithi graduated from or allende, I Christian I'.rothors' colleges. In various purls of the Cuite, I States and Canada, h Ian enthusiastic meeting; in the Knight-' ! of Columbus hall yesterday afternoon H k Now SnhpHn pH to Mpp u" ''. ' "" the pm - inputs for attendance at Ihe celebr. I lion, which will he held in Santa ! In June, marking tile fiftieth annivei isary ot i in- advent of the Christian . Hrothcrs in New Mexico. Nestor Mon 'tova was chosen chairman, and S jCrollott. secretary, and a commute, was appointor! ny tne elixir to look up i all tlie local ( hrlstian Crother gradu ates and tornior pupils. j i jikelj that a special tram will be run 10 'Sania Fe one day during the jubili i which will last three days, and that a large number of people will make I the trip and assist in tlie celebration That there will be a new lightweight , hampion of the world in the next six months, is tlie belief of many follow -,-r.s of the pugilistic game If tlie sched uled lightweight battles are fought. Hauling Nelson, now holder of the title, has picked three of Ihe toughest men in his class to battle with. ('n the 29th of this month .Nelson !s scheduled to meet "Fighting" tilck Hyland in San Francisco In a forty five round bout for the championship. Hyland. while his record does 110: , show an overly amount of brilliant x '- PRINCETON PLAYER TO hoi th. "f the , blanket Mis of "11 Is a bag containing a Ibis two shovels, rip. He the two extra tiles til'f circle a bag ran- lvli.!,. "Hd t. om:h I r. the dnv.r. i.s a small tool kit f is a bag of tools strapped to point on Hi,. , MI- 1 nd. r the 'ov.-r at the back is stationerv. etc. Km this Is not all. fot t le side of the ..-r I. W'at-r Pail and i, II. Iu it,',-.... 'lis b.,111,., f,.d W j,h J,,,, ,.,,-, ,. 1 ni,n,s Hanging: to the oth r !" .'icth-r vv.,t,.r pud ,,f canvas ' " Is fill,.,! -.i. , ,. .- eat while th.-v run or run 'll 1 h f h ; I tide Th.. 'I' ll. -,j they ' t eat. which ever tlliliK t" tlvo II ', I-'.H bio, k ; d to 11,,. car. t jis ill-ad , uní. it nd ta.kl side of iking all iebt and w eight Thirty ma b, lightweight and lias as much chance of beating Nelson as any lightweight now before the public. His ring tactics differ only slightly from those used hv the 'champion and it Is a certainty that the two will put up a furious hu,-th- as long as the fight lasts (Hi Julv ."1 Nelson lias arranged 10 defend h's tille against "Cyclone" .lohnnv Thompson, admittedly I. in.l's equal, if not his master. The fight is scheduled for !! rounds as both Thompson and Nelson are eo.11. il ly good over the long distance route. Thompson's career has been much tlie same as that of Nelson betore o,. sprang into prominence by whipping Corbett. llritt and Cans He liaa fought along. never showing much cleverness or terrilic hilling ability, having been oil his feet at the end ,,f all of his manv finlits. b late h .s work has been brilliant in the , - Irenie. not a deleat being r.g islereti against him In the last two years and should Nelson enierge victorious over Hyland he will have the fight of he life when he meets Thompson. Should Nelson win both Ihe Hyland and Thoihpson lights he will uiidouot edly meet J'ackev AlcFal'lalld, who has ben clamoring s, long for a crack at the title. McFarland although an unknown quantity in a long distance fight lint, proven time and again that he possesses a terrific wallop with either hand and a man w ith the s, ! producer" alwavs has a very good change of winning, no matl'-r hoiv (rood a man he Is fighting Nelson has not done any fighlhig for almost a year and manv are of the opinion that the rest has done him more damage than good, and as a re- ; suit there will be many a dollar place-: I on the Hyland end of the betting th - : latter part of Ibis month. JOIN NEW YORK TEAM Princeton. N. I Vaughn, w ho fot second bus,, for and was elected J . May ll. Hobby ' two seasons played the Princeton team, captain of the niipi team, but not allowed t,, pHy because ! of faculty restrictions, lias been signed i by the N. vv Yoik American club at a 'salary said to be tlie largest ever pail !a college player, and he w ill .join I hi I team June 1 i. j The contract ho signed last week calis for J.snn ., month, of J.xiin a season. Detroit was hot after Vaughn and President Frank Navln rocontlv cam, here and tried to get him. Vaughn is years of age. and is a last, biady player. He Is a b-l't handed batter nml hit over the .411(1 mark dur ing his college career. cure of weak, nervous, run-down, over-workerl. HrhMitarrrl. nain-rsrl A knowing this medicine to be made un of ini'redients. evrrv nnr nf wlnY), has the strongest possible endorsement of the leading and standard authorities of the several schools of practice, are perfectly willing, and in fact, arc onlv tnn oa to print, as they do, the formula, or list of ingredients, of which it is composed, in plain Engltth, on every bottlc-wrappcr. Is this not a significant fact worthy of careful consideration? Women use Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription in preference to all other ad vocated medicines sold by druggists for their peculiar weaknesses and ailments because it is THE OSE RF.MF.DY which contains no tfcohol or hablt-formlng drugs, Is not anything like advertised secret compounds or patent medicines. THE OSE REMEDY tor women devised by a regularly graduated physician of vast experience In woman's all meats and carefully adapted to her delicate organism. THE OSE REMEDY good enough that Its makers are not afraid to print Its every Ingredient on its outside bottle- rapper. It's foolish often dangerous to be over-persuaded into accepting a secret nostrum in place of this time proven medicine of KNOWN composition. World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. V. w HOW TIIKV STWD. National League. Won Lost. IV C. Pittsburg 1 :: 7 .i;.",'i Philadelphia ....'....in 1; .:'.". Poston in T ,", n x ' 'hlcago 1 1 11 Cincinnati I a 1 .1 . 4 :i .1 llrooklv n T la A i 1 St. Louis n 14 .:!!i 1 New York (i In ,:Tr, Amci'lcHti league. Won. Lost, p p, lb-trod M .7:17 New York II 7 .ill 1 Huston 1 11 x .:,.",('. Philadelphia x S ..Mill 1 'hicago :i 1 11 .4 7 1 Cleveland :i 10 .4,1 Washington .". II .WW, St. Louis a I J ,!.4 Western League. Won. Lost. P. C. Wichita II ' SIX licnver ! - .HV Tnpcku 1; :i ,iiii7 Pueblo ,', r, ...ai) Des .Moines 4 7 .:;i,4 ( imalia :: 7 .aan Sioux Citv :t 7 .;tui Lincoln J ,s .1'1'ui Sioux City I. Pueblo 2. Pueblo, Colo,, May !i. All bin's errors came in the first which, with two bases Sioux Citv enough 1 un hulls win f I'll - Inning. nave 4 t, 1 1 Scor Sioux Pueblo . Mattel i, Swift and .... :bia oil nun 11 1 1 1: Alderman M ile. nuo . linn -a nd Slu a . COAST LEAGUE. San Francisco (. Portland. May fi San i'ii, ated t he loca Is this alt Score San Francisco Portland Itutterlos: Lastly and ' 1 l l Li 111 1 Fi I neis, o rnoon. I! II F. . ti 1 11 1 Willi nia Danish Hall Head Cnhbagc med ium 10 late sort, bol is gfiiciullv grow 11 Hs 11 late crop- tl Is sure to head the heads being 1-011111I. hard and exireiue lv Iiciivv. though not rum huge. ll run lie grown In close quai'icrs on uceoiiiii of eoniiai'i luihii. As 10 lis keeping ipialllic-. ll eooies 0111 ol the I11I Iu Mutch or April 11s lie-h n vvhen pul iu. wilh no waste. Price .', per i'kl. ;Cn per ounce postai;e paid. la. . I I I :. I'.iii'-iail s, I -1 si .. lhuiiieriiie. New Mexico. OI K AKKOHTMFNT OF CANM.n I'ltl I IX AMI VKtiFTAP.I KS IS A ,si:li: n;i stock, comk. i ami i:xamiM': it. r. o. ritAiT it .. 214 S. SI'aCONI. W 11 1 '.III '. Til KV National York at lb, I pli Li at N Phil. id Pl.W TOIY. 1CKgllO, slop. Ilrooklj 11 Ainellcaii League. Washington at Chicago. Philadelphia at St. Louis New York al D.tniii Host, hi at Cleveland. Western l.c4tue. Des Moines at ii fiita. iiniiiliit at Topeka. Lincoln at Denver. Sioux city at Pueblo, NATIONAL LEAGUE Darkness, 1'arson and Armbruster l.os Aniveles Takes llonldc lli'tiiler, Los AugcleH, May rt.--l.os Anisóle, "on both of today's games. Morning (lame Score- i". K Los Angeles 4 li : Sacramento : .", : Halterios: Tborseii nml ( ircndorff Klini, in and I'.yrnes. Ail, rnoon ( la me :M'.ir, Los Angeles Sacramento Latteries: dorff: Fil.gi K I'.i iswallcr ild. II. nun and and 1 II i: 1 I I x 1 ( uní-ra-ha m liven It leak at Sun I'lancl-eu. San Francisco, May 0. Vernon and 1 akland broke even here today. Morning linme- Score 1:. II K. Vernon 4 4 0 1 1 ik land . . ; 11 llallerles: Hilt and Hogan. Prhlgrs. Iloice and Lewis. Alleiiiooti (lain,. Oakland . . '( 1 non . . . . Halterios: llaskius and 11. K Wiggs K'inkcl and I. 11 4 Long, AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. St. Louis ,V ( hh'iigo 'J. Chicago, May n Peulbacli's gll't ,. poor support and timely hits gave SI. Louis lodav's game. IMi'ides' fielding being a cro; Score Chicago . . t. Louis' . . Batteries: Rhodes and I leal are . . . I no mi I . . . a I a ;! 0 1 Kiielhaoh Hr, 'sua ha n. P. H. K non j r, : inn ;, s 1 and Mor 11; Milwaukee. Milwaukee IÍ , Louis- poli.s .Miiineiipolls S; Co - Kansas Cii. I. Paul-Toledo gam in .luin ljoii agaiti- Al Villi- At .Minnc lumbus Ii. A Kansas i'it I ndia 11 polis. 14 At S;. Paul - Si noslpone,!, account Sunday lii.seball. GET TO USING THP 2 w'Mrimi 'J They Are the Best For u 1 1 rough nml Cobl'i, Plnr rhoeu, both in 1 lull, h.-ii and ad ults. ' Tí hen ma t ism . Iv idiicy and Slomnch . Complaint. There- ll no inore efflcleiii Liidiiienl anil Meillialeil (.HI than lha Interiitillonnl, Then remedied run ho founil Tor siile liy All litii;:.'.lst ml Dcnlcis In IM, , lieu, c. Compoundcd solely by Tilla IMFIÍN IK AI, Mi:i 111 10 CO. OF NIAV MI'AIU) Central, New Mexico. HOW THE CHILDREN WELCOME PROFESSIONAL CARDS the good thing! The sure) lolls the delicious youngsters hav. les .von can no any nthcix are pose you try a n. nil Tas like th in. from our bakery. . tlie tasty cookies, cakes. (Hice th" lasted our Riinil 1 cr pel sua dc 111, 111 such a treat. Sup tew on vour chil- 111 jourse'f loo. ASSAYKItS. W. JKNK3 1 ! A.isayer, Mlnlnif and Melailui KlcI Banlnaar, 6U West Fruit nveuun, Toiitoffk" Ihn 17J. or Ht office of F. H. ltBt 112 South Third HtreeU PIONEfR BAKERY S07 SOITII I IP.ST ST. AT'IV)lf MOYS. K.Vf. D. I! It r AN Attorney ul Uw. Offlr In First N.ilonlul Hank fcallf Ing, Albo,iie,"(ui, N. If. t Ha in Cincinnati, ("1 'iltsburg gam, ill ( inclnnaii. I.. .Mav !b ( 'incinnat i- ,i,M'ii,'il: ram. AMERICAN LEAGUE. BASEBALL MANAGER INSURES PLAYERS LIVES S'. Louis. May ! Siunh son, owner of the St. Louis taken 011' a. laii.iiiiu usuran on Ills manager and leading t Koiilnson Th.' n.li, years and the annual pr, Chi leve loubl hi, nd I 'ven Ureal, lit ( lilciigo. ago. Mav fl. Chicago and md bloke even in a lieezing -bender here Ibis afternoon ijto won the first game 4 to Cleveland look Ihe second came I FR0HMAN A DREAMER SAYS I GEORGE BERNARD SHAW ! London. .m,,v 1 (e,,rge Hcrnai',1 iShavv, the plavw right in a lnnB letter ! to the Times protesting aKainst the prevalent idea that Charles Frohman s schemes for a ivpctoirc theater len ders the scheme of the National Shakespeare theater useless, declares the Frohman project Is 1, bd to flu ill th- period ,, five veals helor,, the contemplated no-nini n I tliealer can he erected. He rejects the notion that Mr. Frohman is a hard-head, d busi ness man and says: 'If be were that sort of man I , -11,1010 1101 waste live iiiimitis on bis PlOJ.ct. II- is the ost Wlllllv 0- manilo and adventnioiis p, rson of tnv to I. Fd W: the locals, nia, f the season, 'list ftnme Score hicago leveland . .. . Palteries: V; nd Kusternly. end Came Score I'hicaan Cleveland . . . . liatleries: Sc nal Clarke. ilsb. the star pitch, e bis first aplicar r of I lice llo I'iVl ÍL..UII. Hresnaban cost four good players, valued when he was bought 1101 York National team He t III',-,' v ear contract to play This makes Hobinson's ÍÍ -,.iiiii) in Hresnaban. HreMiahan is lnovv 11 ;? pla v ,-r u nd has lie, 11 in juri v Hobiu clth. has cc polil v , ,1 u Lei . runs to; emiiim is lloldnsoii at J-Mi.uaii. 11 the Nov, Is under a lor :'.", una In v est merit a ilarln.- i: KV. He v . ll lot 1,11 1 Ish : (III -I (ii)-- 4 nin oho j mil f 1 vv ens: Young i. w. 11 i i msovs i,i:rii:i: t it- 1 1 - Í 1 1 1 II 1 ........ . J I' . I- . H HlbllllNIII, I I II II I 111 I I 111, V. j i it's: 'Tliis to m t ll j ih;tt I iisfil Knlt'v'.s Ki'liH'V 1 1 -1 1 1 1 í 1 y I v lu'i'v (Mim f-x hit ustión jtiiil U Mn y limiUii- aih( :im fice to Niv lh,it it will , Hi all Hint you l.iini for it." Foley's . J Cut nOft oon ,41111 niift non Ml .1 nil O w 1 11s; !! 4 It.-r; Ki'licy INnn'ily riilll Htt'-'Ilgtll tO run iliiwii peoph I11 1 drills ii to i is II. o'l.'iHIy i'o. has 1 m 01 ot? licit h h tli'MisHiuU nf vvitk, ( out;i ) IM rio )nt 1 nt -pf.,int to tidiiv J. Pi LOOK 10 PRIZES 1st Prize 2nd Prize Seven Prizes I'onlesl 4 loses May lio .-.$5.00 ...$3.00 ..$1.00 I Mil. Itlil'i. lo ni Vsabcl ITepii re Hi and Santa PEELED GREEN CHILE? l''or the ill best recelpes we Will jiay III,' above Cash I'rles. Aoiiti:ss ROYAL PACKING p. . Hoi '2 1, rcuilc Ail l.os nucles, 4 ill. CO. Dept. Sunlit sahel llraml I'celcil (.teen Chile lihlainable ill. 1 mil' i.riH'cr-. W. W1I-011 W I LSi' N All" 11, .In ,. Whitu Will 'I' 1 1 I .a i 1 .,-I 7-I !l, Ci oumm II Hiilhliuq J. A. Miller flcorv;.. It. Cralif MILI.RIt OKA 1(1 Attorneys tit Law 114 S. Third Ht. Albuoueiqua IIENTISTS. Hit. J. B. KRAFT liental Snrnnon. Runmi 2-1, Haiioll buildlnit. Phoua 744. ApnlulinentH made ,j mall. I'HVSU IWS AMI SI lii:.8. A. O. S1IOKTI.K, M. n I'ractlcft Limited to Tiibereuloala. Iloiira 10 to II; i to 4 Roomn 8. 9. 10. Stute, Nhí. Hunk BMf. ft.' U MUST l-'hyslelan and Surirsoa Room I and S, N. T. ArmIJo baíla lo K. Albuquerque. N. M. inn. 1 i.ii 11:. St. C III.' Wei f.loiind- I'revenl f.anie. Louis, .Mv postponed ; Ii -St. Louis w el irourtds. ! SHAH PROCLAIMS THE CONSTITUTION ANT W JOHN W. McQUADE General Contractor and Builder WESTERN LEAGUE Topckii Topeka. Kan Win a puzzle to f( ka won, II to Score ('maha Topeka Hatterbs: Ho Kaiilniann and T-l Idlest I '"(! i- lor Ka urmniiii 1 , ;) i,in )l. OinnliH . Mav i. 1 imalia todav and 'I'o I I!. II K. ,,11,1 ami no 1 1 1; 1 (ma 4 ;'0 fin 1; s :: 1,-ulicak and riondiniT: Kerns. rut.. May 1 Ai the shah's 1. Sa id e,l I lou Ich, who w as 1 , y disnii-st-,1 1'roin I'o- ofti.o l;n itiin:--!.'!'. bo t'oeuo d a libel. t He will I1--111111' his lorni' vi bile i' In K Nasir III Ope. el Mull; Will be, now tine a Itlaintanee LITTLE HOPE FOR RACE TRACK LAW IN ARKANSAS : Little Hock. Ark . .Mav 9 r'-solut ion , xti-ndiup the pr,-.-.1,111 of the Arkansas lel- adopted hy that body little bop Hit for tlie pussaitf ot the siahlishitiK racin! al Hot I'llless 1 I'llt SeS- alilte is ," Is held bill r. -Sprui j.-. SlKI'UIObs CIiIciiko. May !l tony cars of aa 1 osn iiicraiure an I sab, -,,a 1 norniirn umvers t lie na. died todav foil Hon. 0Mi'iiiion. Miss l.ilaziti SitiKi, prnressor of Km;. philosophy ,1,,. Luknow. vviiiK an open,- the much of these from foii- lii- li: has i hi """ S 111 t ,. , f,,,v,,tw u O, ,1,... "I1 and road- do ,, il,,.i, .., I. 'id their roads orossnl)... i.ü.l stony, sandy and muddv or Th. bill lias passed th- senate al his'ii read ..nee In tie- house I-rieiol of the 111, asure say they will oontintl the litflit until tlie lat minute. iiloiii.tlMh" for fc-riiu Passciisers. I 'a 1 is. Mav ?i -The Krein h si.am shlp line vPI this week i lia ucur ate a service of automobibs 10 1 onv pa-, st-ncers from Haiis to the do, k at Havre, . I'llllen Hea, he- ( hi,.,,,,,, ! 'l'i'aso. Mav it Jam.s A Hatl. 11 'th,. central liBure of til- recent vh-a( I x, 'Moment, arrived h. i, .b,v after taklnif a short r.st on a ranch in northern New Mexico. I -Mr I'atten. IV ho appeared to he ill I'Xclleht condition. H-.-rit directly t,, bis home in Kv.mstnn He bad noth ing of Ini.r.st to add to bal lie I,.., I Ixnvcr I.'.. Lincoln .1 Ii.Tiv.r. May I, licnver won to days fianie with Lincoln in the first ilillillK, when a base 011 balls, coupled with a hatlini; tally. nitted A'-n runs Scor, rt. If K I'enver 7:':: nfift 10" - ;i : 1.1 Lincoln uie' mil iiioi -. :t I Halterios: íimt.ad and V.alnskv Mo, kciiht-rt-v , If. ndt ieks and Sniiiv.tn M a sotj. p, .si I ill." " mor. N.i'.ir ,1 Mulk vv.it 1.1 but W.I". ,,n-, "I tbltilllth oust 1 a l ion"1 anainsl tin- d exeiutlon ot soltliers who bad ,1. ta d two Shop keeper- The , resinned at the lloicht of the I . liner II, poill!ul la. ii I I enrisrne( nil el 1 Lei me I .Mure 011 sa v e von money. 1 Mote and olii. e , I lie best cai pent line of jobbing. ; work done now. I Hroad vv a v, hear I photo- I i or Tn 1 1 1 I i 1 1 ;. 11 ,"ir woru. I can Í bii'iil and Install fillings I ki'.'P only is and do 11 K'Tierul Have your sprlmt Call al hop. 1114 S, (elltlltl uvcliue, or . Ii in; All ('be tier Ll: - ( 'on n I v' Su i v " of Survevli, ild and (bil l. ( Iffl, I'h e cor-S.t. Williams' Emulsion ni in ,i.m- - a OT the t-irv The tiois. . ,.r the ft'.lltll lid the shall Ol, let, premier v ho 1 1,- ,1 the L. B. PUTNEY I KKTMII ISH Ml Hit. ! HktlMila l.ii,,rr. f lour. I rt i mmé al il(nl r.r Mil.brll Ha.taa. AI.RI'OI I- KUI K - vrw MitiiiKi I w sha h h.i.i signed ,ne ar.noiin, in I b , oust it ill Ion and 1 politic al limne tiioes-iotis had for a I 10. 1 rt'b d bv Ihe ,1 i pb ii lives of Cleat Hrilain pi oclain. rosunipi i" 1he ..th, 'Sti,'S H'O nt time Jlf 1 'pi ' ion K..-.- b. eneii 0111 in :,n m ( liv lift nicht Mr I he won id lie al his inornirK as usual. I V le.V itl.-n at K.i'l-a added lb., toinoi'rtr.i Wichita :t Wichita. Kan. won i pitchers Moines today. Score Wichita :'i, I "es M nines . . . ...o! Hatieri.-s- K.tvMii He k illRer; Tin it. Weaver, Moloes . Mav :i -.XVI, batll,. with Int.. 1:. ir 1: n.il un : till!) 0ll.--'' liN'tsdor ft- r. Shaner j THE WM. FARR COMPANY I Wi.iV" an. I lieil lrÍ I.K IN I hi Ml AMI hWT M T. A TW ! Fr Clt! ai.'t 1 1 - i Him V. rKt-nf Mrk j Print mrm Nil THE MOTEL CRAIG t us1, i;st su. vi:u A v 1: x i; f ! 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