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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1909.
CHICAGO FORESTER EXPLODES TIME HONORED MYTH DECLARES TREES WILL CROW IN GAS LADEN AIR News of Interest From Metro polis of Great Lakes; Canada to Have Highest Building This Year. OnlcaRO. Muy (i. A wholesiilo plant ing of !"or. Kt ti ers in tli mi. 1st o." Chicago's- smoke unci U.vm.tii pel's, (it Vast, s oiio of Un! results expected from the í mí7üñ77il To" "V"Ity foivster," . which may bo followed by similar np-; pnltitments In other cities. That cltii H need such an official event morí I than r it 1 1 V-Jíions was mo eoiiiemiou ami a vigorous u.nipnign against tree less streets is to be undertaken by the new appointee, J- H. frost, u Michi gan num. One of his first net haw hern to iilo.li the time-honored theory that the smoke and frases of metropol itan uir are necessarily fatal to vegetable, growth. "It Is subterranean yus ra ther than foul air and deposits of soot which kill our trees," he exclamen. "Certain varieties of hardy Uves, such as the Carolina poplar, undoubtedly will thrive nlong streets where there is not now a bit of living green. The ratalpa anil the ash are also hardy fel lows, well able to striiid the strain of metropolitan life. Certain tier with small leaves will shake off all the soot which drops clown on them. If holes were cut in the cement hklcwalk. In jdaces where no soil surface is exposed and a hollow snooped out like a flower pot, this hollow cun Id he niton svitu good Mirth and a vigorous lice plant ed there would thrive." One of the features of the crusade which the city lias undertaken will be, the delivery of lectures before clubs and organizations, informing the public how to plant trees, shrubbery and flowers ill u scientific manner. This will devolve on the forester anil mío of his first duties will be to make a report establishing "zones" and .showing where planting should begin and the kind of trees which should be used. The office was created at the iequcst of a delegation of citizens headed by Secretary of the Treasury J'ranklin MacWagh. The high record in railway huildin.i on Hie .North American continent this year nil! not no to any state in the luiinn, but to the province of Alberta in Wotiiii Canada, where there Is greater mileage of branch, as well as trunk lilies', now under construction and contiai.ct than in nify other equal area. llaihvay supply interests of Chias0, confronted with a dull yiur in the l'nited states and therefore keenly In terested in furnishing supplies to the new transcontinental Canadian lines, ar m receipt or iinormation i rom Winnipeg that the total expenditures on thi' lirand Trunk i'ueifie and the Canadian Northern railways alone will iihiuuni this year to nearly JJO.Odii,- too. ltetwren Winnipeg and I'rince l'lu prrt on the wi. stern coast there are i:oiv b sa than 2 0 miles on the (.irand Trunk l'aeillc not yet under contract The construction contracts on this road aggregate about Í 10,i)u(-i,lHiO. This statement is made on the authority of It. J. Chamberlain, general manager, 'lid J. W. Stewart, contractor. The 'anadian Northern, which is also headed for the 1'acifio coast, will ex pend In new construction work about 11,000,000 it month for the remaining months' of this year, and w ill purchase tolling stock to the value oí $.1.000, "00, according to Vice ITmidcnt I. Í. Mann of that system. This road will complete 4uo miles of main line foro the end of the season, inelud- eor- asso- purpose. The committee has received letters of inquiry and approval con cerning the proposed national league, to rontinuo the campaign against the Willie slave traffic which Indicate oiai co-operation ny a,.;il ,,ui,il latlons and lodges In the Work. The problem whether to begin the I-akes-to-the-Clulf-d,., p waterway with the $2il,fl0.000 voted hy the stnt,. , Illinois ,,r wait until 1'mle Sam pro vides cash for putting in the locks ami making the Illinois ditch n wat erway is under debuto with distill finished champions for both shies. Is hn m I!abdol,h, engineer for the sanitary district advocates Immediat work, saying: "Whether the govern ment helps, or not, I believe the state of Illinois should go ahead as far as lies within our means. We should complete the canal Horn Loekpoi't to I'tira. 3no f,., t wide, ami then if I'ncle Sam is not willing- to accept this gift at the hands of our people, Illinois at least will have Its own canal, which eventually will pay for itself." How ever. Lyman K. Cooley, "the father of the drainage canal" anil eonspl ousiy no cnampion or the deep wat erway. says now Is no time for im pruiient liaste. "1 he J 11(1. 000,000 voted for a waterway will do everything but build the locks," said .Mr. Cooley. "W can ascertain with in a year's t i in whether there is hope of government co-nperutinn. I have no doubt that i""po'M win assist us. i iiciieve that uie co-oper.-uion or congress is mor certain than that we will secure lb passage ot. a lull through the present legislature. After the report of th engineers m l!ln., a 1 í l Introduced In congress was defeated Ingloriously on the IJieoi-y that Chicago wanted to take water out of the lake for wate power. Now the state of Illinois pro poses to confirm that point of view by proceeding to construct a canal I in mediately for water power, I apple bend that when the noople of Illinoi voted for the amendment they voted for a waterway and not for wate power. If we insist upon yvorlilng chilly for the power we will kill tin waterway to the gulf. Then tins cosl of he construction of a waterway has been underestimated. 1,'cfoie the vvs erway can be built $".'00,0(10 must I added to the $20,000,000." You Will Need an Oil Stove' 'J.r rrrrri-Sf Wl,.... .1..... ... ' ' 1 IV II - . I III 11 vl II I vj the kitchen lire make cookinerauuruoii thou lis the time to trv a New IVi-ftvtion Wick Hiue 1 lame- Oil Cook-Srme. t! i) 01 H i ft: i : : ir I ,i.i..J. .J i 'V - J 1 WEW t Marvclmis how sttivtí Ufes p.wav with kitchen tliscom'forrs how- con it keeps the room in comparison wit li turns s lien the coal iiniino. The t!n-; ccinJi fire was i 1 "tí a portion ot the line west of the Ilocky mountains, mirviys for which "re now being made. On the Cnind 'I'runk I'acific, trains will be running fiom the head of the great lakes to be JUocky mountains this fall, a dis tance of 1,700 miles. The stei 1 head is now within loo miles from lMmon 011, una before June will hiue n m h "1 that city and be on its way west. The extraordinary influx of settlers to Alberta bus pad to a coi responding aitlvlty in the building of brain h may urn s w Inch are opening t.-rri- hlthcrto remote from rail. lory From cities adjacent to Chicago feme reports that the dealers in ''white slaves." particularly dealers ii. Immigrant girls, have J'Uci from Chi eago, .s a r,.suit of federal proseen tions, an, have taken up headquarters In St, J.ouis, St. Paul, Milwaukee and oihi-rs of the larger cities. From ft '-oiiis comes the report ' Tiltil recent ly this city was more or less free from the operations of tin se rutiibs lealers in Hi,, Minis of women, but Kithin the past year Chicago ha. c!eun.,1 ut several bands of the no n. "''y have foimrt a roosting place St. Louis, u i, oniy ,y th," . In. r 'st son of work that they are lo at.d. T,,y flit f,)nl place to piuco, anil, with the aid of contederati s and th.ir crafty running, nvoid ib t-ction. The women whom they have sold into lu v.-.y rarely Inform upon them. Tin 1 r erejitui-es ,,, menaced j,v threats "'in v. h,-n tak T the fuse t The "coat room padrone" Is th magnate of the latest industry to b syndicated to gather in the tips ill theater and hoi, 1 eloak rooms. lu ligations by the slale superintendent of employment agencies have revealed the syndicate control of most of the privileges of this, soil In Chicago, which sei'iires a golden reward from the flood of dimes and quarters that stream In day by day. The hoys or old men who recele the tips do not get a cent of ilie money, it appears, but receive a meager weekly salary, while the misdirected generosity of patrons all goes into the pockets of tile syndicate. In this ease the syndi cate consists largely of one man. who has handsome olfic-s downtown. Hi-p the receipts are turned In each day and accounted for and wages are paid at the end of the week, while from here the manager sets out In a largi a ntoinobilu on his rounds of inspec tion. AVhen managers of some of the hotels and theaters were questioned about this, they admitted the exist ence of Hie sctem but declared it was legitimate. Superintendent Crmlen, ot the slate bureau of employment agencies, announced that the biisines;. was being investigated hy his officers, however, witli a view to discovering violations of the slate employment agency laws. A similar system affect ing the bootblack stands of the cily was discovered a year of two ago. these concessions being practically all in the hands of a naturalized lre-k who has become wealthy from tii nickels turned in by his agents. Wick Blue FJiiRse Gil Cook-Slove t itled with tw o nit kc! is the only oil Move limit with a ('ABINKT TOP for lvmlim; pl.pe, and kit-pint; fod hot after cooking. AKo lias useful drop shelves on whii h to stand the coffee pot or teapot after íeimivln. fnim 1,,,- -'d tacks for towels. A man cl of oin,i'r, simplicity and convenience. Made in three Sizes wiih or without Cabinet Top. If nut with your dealer, write our nearest agency. tnm eve;y one wants rund ióme enough for the parlor; sttonjj tnouoh for the kitchen, camp or cottage; hricht enough lor eve: y occasion. If not with your dealer, wito our iieaieM ayencv. HO HON E CONTINUOUS SCREAM Packed House Greets Initial Ap pearance of Pieice & Roslyn Toreadors; "Best Ecr,!' Ver dict of First Nkhteis. CO.HNTAL OIL C OMPANY Incorporated , 155 ÍHE RATE FROM HANDCUFFS Ü3E0 TO E ALBUQUERQU GUARD AGAINST 10 THE SHOW Covers Round Trip from Here to Seattle Exposition by Way of California; Easier to Go Than to Stay at Home, KIDNAPERS Divorced Mother Takes No Chances on Losing Her Nine-Year-Old Daughter, V OLD REAL ESTATE FIRM DISSOLVED Pioneers in the Carlsbad Field Will Henceforth Go It Alone; Mr. Tracv Discovered the Pecos Valley Perfect Peach, fSperlul Cnrrnuundrnic to Munilnc Journal 1 Carlsbad. X. M . May 8 The firm of .Mel.eiiathcn ami Tracy is dissolved by mutual consent. C. 11. M.T,enathen takes over the business of the firm while I'. !. Tracy will nive his atten tion to the Pecos Irrigation company, Huerta con,, any and Stevens' in terest. This is the oldest real estate firm in Carlsbad, the present partner ship being formed in toe spring ol 1 s:i 3. C. II. Mcl.enaiheii came to Carlsbad, then (ailed Kd.lv. in April. lS!t. and hung out the first siun in th- town. The old timers still re member the n-at blue sign with tlr white letters. K. ' Tracy and :. H. .Mel.cnatheii have heen closely iden tifier! with tin- development of Carls bad and the Carlsbad project. Mr. Tracy has spent much niin-v ano uno- in experimenting with crops ot in kinds. Mr. Tracy settled the fa -t that I'arlsliad can grow a e-rie,i pen n. These two men have sieved i no eoo'itrv without losing faiih. and the ,,r..w,..,l ,t. celoionont ot the CiirNlia 1 i.rot.-et Is proof Unit their not misplaeed the p, sooihv., -stern Xew Mexico faith v sibilit.es Sine Sis; ii. yomig man Ins p leqtnphed in that he has ju t we,l,l"'l my naiifioi, i. I hope he Isa i;,.", I pi .clie.ll lllall.' "í finí ss he is. He w I .1 me left. "---Louisville '.Mirier-Journal. n in charco bv officials Kov.rnment nr the ,.,lice, re- t II even the i,:,nie of Ho le liie.-ts. much 1. ss Hid the ag.-nts in 'retiñir them cut." The rre. nt i nai tment in Minne- ,r the ' th lointej t'iree statutes re eomm.-inl- i-oiiimitt. e on Irgib.tiitn ap- t,y the Chi. auo u,.ii?:iyi?if- ''man's Wot hi." iii enable the ,u "iit.es in ( i,i, s f .. , . , Jut ulavem out l:e..,iet l,ve ie,1 from -,, L, ..1 ''Hilh Carolina within a week for ri.p ' the Iib,i .is white .ave bills. art lonsldered model for the llefolMI iellcil. Fiist Clip uff-ur It's on ont'.i?". Seeon-l Cluilirfelll Ves. tlo ! I, Hill! to P.- some way to prevent the owner taking 'be ,ar out without on know 'edge. X w York Sun Thought les. Husband Vea must inai d, ar. v. ,i, n I am ," ". an be v. ry soon. Win ... Kdwar.i: no narry an old women bk. outbt to hale .1 .1 t- n I..1- that . niv I'i' t' ople visiting the Alaska-Yukon-fic fXixisitlon this year will have unusual opportunities to visit not onlv cattle, the bead, pia Hers of the is- losition. but also other cities of the ist. Very low- rates have been made. hy the railroads lor the e.viiosition rWo in California direct route poinls, II her un the going or on the return trip, with unre.strioied stop-over priv- eges. This arrunno:iieiit is pariieu- Hiy for the benefit of the- manv go ing to the exposition who will deire include In their liin.-rarie.s visits to Jtlier Pacific .oast cities: for liiose mal'ing the trip for th" first time it 'ill lie the opportunity for I'ulfillmeiil f a long cherished Intention to see ith their own eyes the land they liny--;i l so much about as the region where nature lias bestowed her most ivish ejtts. Kioin points In Xevada end Utah i"t. riir-liiii tickets will he sold .dally May 2"ith to September :!Hh inclusive, imite. 1 to three months from sale. dale, but not later than October iilsi Faros from principal points arc as follows: Klko, Xi v.. both ways (My Morning Joornul Sunliil leuaist Wire Taconia, May HI. --Mrs. Kleumi Heed, divorced wife of 1!. T. Heed. .1 wealthy real-estate man of Denver, created u sensation on the streets of Taeoma. where she appeared with her nine-year-old ila us-.htor, Inez, hand cuffed to her. Tw i, e since the di vorce va.J obtained Mrs. Heed says attempts have been made to kidnap the child. She believes the silver chained ha mieul'i's w ill guara nice lb" ehild's safely. .Mrs. Heed is on hit way to the home of her parents In guobce. A packed house greeted the Initial appearance ol I'leivo & Itoslyn s Tor eadors at the Colombo last night, and to say that those who w '. ;.es.-c.. the porToriimnce were p lease, I Is but put ting It mildly. The singing of Mr I'ierco and Miss lloslyn in selections from n yvell-known oper is as of a high class arb ty seldom heard In this it.v. and llu-lr marvelous; lightning ihanges in lostuinos tire something which must be seen to be atipre. iated. A baritone solo, -'Asleep in the 1 p." by Mr. fierce. brought down the house, as did also the rendition of the beautiful "l.a Paloma" by Miss llos lyn. I'hll (lodl'rey, the comic acrobat and paiitoininist, has an exceedingly clever net, which in the opinion of many, was alone worth the price of admission, l'red 1:1 Hot. the silly musi cal kid. has a side-splitting .stunt, composed of song and monologue, winding up with a conceit 011 the hroomoplione which would bring a smile to the countenance of an ojlh way ruin god. Hill Mack, buck and w Ins dancer, and his pretty partner. Miss lieliilnh Hen ton, added materially to the enjoy ment of the evening. Miss Kenton's song, I he l.ohster and the Wise Cuy is n new one m re, ami wise guys, es. p, -chilly, should lose no time In hear ing It. Allogelher the performance was first class in every respect. There is not a dull moment from the rise of the curtain until Its fall, and from the expressions of those who attended the opening performance, it Is safe to pre dict that Iho standing room only sign will be on display nightly. The program -winds up with "A Drama in did Seville," or the "Mata dor's l.oye." a special motion id. ture, beautifully colored, which Is' oniric,! hy the company. Stirring scenes In the : : : T H E : : : Morning Journal Job Rooms EVERYTHING IN Printing THAT'S ALL Let Us Figure on Your Next No Matter I low Small or I low Large We Will Always Treat You Right Í bull ring are i which Is life II special matinee dren on Wodn, -pie -If. for lay Wednesday night 111 rain will l.,e put on. binces, new musical costumes, and anoth, picture line Is promised. 1 in a milliner There will he II ladies and chil al'ternoon and entire new pro new songs, pew stunts and new r novelty in the SUSPECTED BANDIT l.a Cr, of chap? Patter; tic temp I, a-1 l it Ills ,ix - I; Pc-ulial-ili. n'i i it;g.s a pice 011 Su re. lie hast he -rnnicnt w llliout beliii. an a 1 1 1st - I 'hicago Ti r sort ii lis th, buo ' CAUGHT AT RENO through On II Calil'ornhi ot oth ways through (.'ali one way California or both ways through one way California fornia. $ .", J ,'1 ; one way oglcn. $.-,-r,. (igden, n.ih. one way California o ilgdeii, $r,J..",0. H. iio, Xev., 1 fomla, $:!!. no; Ogilen, $',2.."n. Spars, .Xev., California, Í :i! 1 or Ceden, t'i2 r,0. I-'rom points in Arizona and N'ew Mexico tic-ts will be sold May 2 f. t !i to September urtth. Inclusive, limii three months from sale date hut no; later than October I! 1st. Karos from principal points are ay follows: rfiie, X. M., both ways via ,'.5. a. Ariz., bolh ways via Cali A SMII.K s n pretty hard thing to accomplish when you're blue, bilious and out, of soils. Thcie is a sure cure for all kindji of sloma, h uiid liver com plaints constipation und dispepsia. Hallard's Herblne Is mild, yet aliso lulely effective III all eases. J'rbe 1)0 'cuts per bottle. Sold by J. Ii. U'Klclly INSURANCE MEN BANQUET RETIRING LOCAL OFFICIAL Thomas s-ar,l Who (ioos to KM!kni;e to Assume Miuiagersii for Mutual Ileuefil (.iif-l of llonoi- at llilad ' Ariz, both ways via Call A Uní, pi, California Marieot fornia, $5 Tucson. fornia, $.",5. Tickets sold from points named above will not reiiuire validation aii-1 will be good for stopoyer privibu, wilbin limit at any lniei niedlate iioini on Roing or return journey. Pa .sengers lair. -baling rouml-trit excursion tckets as aboye may aval' ilu-msclves of the many low side trl rates authorized hy the Southern Pa ,-lfie company for Lake Tahoe, Mon P-r.-y Hay fioints, Shasta resorts, etc. from junction points, particulars ,, which may be ohlaim-,1 vpon npplira 1 ion to a 11 siatli 'ii agent. Call! orn .1 cities en the routes o travel are prep.uiug to ,r, s nt spec in! attractions f,,r tooris;s and visilor liiring the months that tie- exposition will be open, realizing that the tour t biislio-i-s all oyer the cast win I, -eitiy iiugiiiec.ted 1 ,nr. Th altf'U,nia jiromot ion ciinmitti-e, witl b, nduiiarti rs at California buibhnr I'nion S, piar,-, San Pi a ie isco, will b- glail to gie fun her information t' toy niiii 1 ontenii'late is;!ing the ex pus. lion and 1 a Idonil.i. oüenng 1 imge-t I points o! ,- I in a norai lost and to interest that xh, i 'a üforoia ti ip. out.!; a. n. I be th cuv Voluminous. Mrs. Well), in y , 11. u hat do link of my m:i.p.-ra uV ccstume. 1111 a page. Mr. el!l,:it - A pas.-: H.-av. i'i. 11 look like n v. hole volume! H! a 11, Whit e. Thomas S.-ward, for some years oast Xew Mexico manager for I !u Mutual Ibn, PI l.ll'e Insurance com muy, was the guest of honor ill P oleasant Utile han, piel given 11 11 1 by local Insurance men last night lit the Iva radii, thus.- present being mem bers of the I'lnb-rw riters' association. .vhieh has be, n holding a meet. tig '1,-re. A tempting menu w as d iscits-a d some informal little speeches ', the oc, asi'Oi being in every viny j, resent w . re M r. .Spokane md und 1 success. TI seyvard, yyho leaves soon for iVnsh., to assume a minag, rial pori lon for the .Mutual I!, 11, -fit there; 1". 1. Schwentk' of the Pacilic Mutual Life; Ccorge s. Kamsey, of the Ki ult ihlo; A. P. iMI.U.-r, Jr., of the Conii lenta! disunity i'h ; W. M. I art 11111 11. lie 1 cssor to Mr. Seyvnrd in chaise ol he Mutual I!, -petit here; T. S. Hudson, f the Mutual l.ll'e and Jir. Walter C. Mope. Six Day Walking Malcli. Milwaukee, Wis., May Hi -A y-six hour sonare heel and toe ng match siait.,1 at 8:15 oYlo, light on a ti nly-lap truck, tic ' continue until Sunday. The rs will work three hours each md on Sunday will walk from 3 1. m., when the match will .n -ilk-to- w.i Ik night, to I I close. OUItef-ll pod he end of th, land and Ceoi 'oirn. N. Y , nilei sirians started and at fiist hour W. A. Hoag-u-' Hi own, both 'if A,i l,a,l 1 omplei. , ... v-ii Iiilel'oalloiial Polo London. Mee 1" -The international .olo mat, h for 1 be Amerieaii , up to e played I, y tlie Hn ri : n g.i me t-am nd .1 team from the American Pol" issoelatlon Wol I lk" place June J't all,! ion. "ii and n third game, if it slouM ,e liece-s.i r . Jen,' lío. The Ann ri-an polo cup has be. -i i.-bl liy tlje piilih club sime 1 :o. .rial. th In-, n I.ilPe W 111. slat si i' The I'msHi. lie t ho li.' her n look ir ; i, ,,S;iv. pa, why is it tnai rlv tu t thirteen a month and ! coneresiuien get thirteen n (lav? j pi, Soldiers, my s"n. do not fix their own iilarits Chicago Xcs. Does not Color the Mair Avar's Mrlír Vlí?Or IS f 0TinOrd Cf uiPur' Cilvfrin, Outnm, Sodium Chtorid, 1 - .i ,. -1 i.'.' - CiiftMcwm. &:k Ahliol Wdter, Perfume Show this to your dodor. A,k Mm Iff dm' I $in!c injuf.miii Ingredient. Aik him if lie think Ayvr' Mair Vim, n in.iJe from thU fnm:la, U Mi btl prcpa rjtitm yoa could u tut UXUiy luir, or U r Jj'i Jriff. txi Inn dcitlt1. He knows. Ex-Convict Anostcd hy Police Believed to Co Murderous Robber Who Shot Down Vic tim in Livery Barn, Illy Morning J, mri.nl Him-i ll I-d M'lr) Heno, Xev.. .May 10. - In the ar rest of Pian!; Webb, alias "The Shoe inak.-r hid." alias Shuler. alias Kirk alias .lack Hit, sun, alias Page, late last llilillt. tile police believe Hoy IlllV" se cured the 1 1., in 111" II 1 1 ee lively stable dc--p, nido who relley e,l A. 1.. 11am 111, mire,, and M. Victor of $Sú and wantonly idiot Jack Monroe through the boy, el s Sat unlay night. Weld) yvas sweated today ami ununited mat le- had served two terms In the FoImoiii nd San linentln pinitenttaries. The two men whom Webb rohhcil iibnti- f'y him, although his face was envere, I with a white piece of leitnass at llip ihue. When searched today $v y,o found upon the prisoner wrapped in a similar pici f cloth. VOL II MÍÑ0ÍÍS fESTÍM0N Y IN BROWNSVILLE CASE GET TO USING THE f They Are the Best For nil eouitha Bn,l Colds, Diar rhoea, both In chilldron ami ad ults. 1! beiimat ism. Kidney and Stomach Complaints. There l no morn 'efficient Liniment nml Medlcuted nil than th International. Then remedie can ho fouu.l l'or wilo iy All Di ugglstn nil Dialers In Medicine. Compounded aolely by Tiir. iri:i!N micvaij u:n Kixu '. op m:v mi:kk) Central, New Mexico, PROFESSIONAL CARDS ASSAY UHR. W. JKNKa Assijrer. Mlnlnn n,l Metallurgical Knclosar, Ü West Fruit uvenu. I'nttottic Hoi ITS, or at office of F, U. Kant 112 Huuth Thlra Btreet JlTTOItNKYH. V..JW. D. HUYAN Attorney at Ijiw. Ofdc In First Natonlal llank bIli Ing, Albuquerque, N. M. .In, i, W. Wilson Jiio. A. White W I I. s o x Attorney & W HITE 1 at Law Itoom,, 1 5-1 7-1, Cioinyvcll llulhling 1 I r y ftMNr-'i' K-M" í'A Si bu .C J. A. Miller George R. Crate MU.TJCR ft CltAia Attorneys ut Law 114 S. Third St. Albuquerqu DlCeiTISTS. OH. J. K. KRAIT Dental urt"Aon. Rooma 2-1, Harnilt Iniildln. I'hona 744. Apolntuienta limits by mall. rilVSHIWS AMI SlHhX)ef8. rv-'VfA' HOW THE CHILDREN WELCOME Ibi' good things from our bakery. The ,-(( roll.-, the ialv cookies, tile deli, loin C.Ikes. line,, the youngster have tasted our good ies jou can never persuade llorn any otheis are so, h a lr, it. Sup pose you try a few ,,n your ehil dren. T.eil e tln-ni J oin -a If too. You'll like 'fin. A. O. BHOHTLE, M. O. Prurtlca l imited to Tllberoulotlt. Hour 10 to 11; I In 4. Rooma H. . 10. State Nat. Bank BM. n; L. HUHT rtiyslclan and Surnraoa Rooma anil 8, N. T. Armljo kalld Ing, Albiiuiiergiie. N. U. A. 1. DC, r..rc County Surveyor. All Class. ;, or Surveying. Office Cor ner 'Ihlnl and Uobl. l'hono 8S. 1 IioikiikI lulo Pages lo lie Cimlciis I iie Hundred. PIONEfR BAKERY 2i7 sorni i ii.-si' sr. - Hix 11 by lis I iior. '.pS'S M'ashlnpton. D c. May in. ihoiisand pag.-s of testimony lain the senate committee in the lines tiou or the "shooling up" or lira vi I if on the iiIkIiI of August Li. uie to be conde, iH.-d into a syn ompiising live hundred pases. This is to be Hie summer yyork ol the court of army officers appointed by th" president to pass upon tie .nullification for r,-i-nlistnient of th -HIT soldi.-rs of the Twenty-fif'h in fantry discharged without honor as a I, Mill ef thai at'f.iir. In addition to I.e. ping a r.-eord of .-ipplieations of no 11 who re'iuiie ,na! lii ations for eligibllily for i-eliiH-t men: II, ,. r, ciders of th" couit ll en- l.-avor to locate all the men so dis charged and to ns.-ertain their wish,--in r,i;.nd to reinlNtnient. Xnierieiiii Ciipllve In M.iroi.s. London. May 1. A dispatch from Tangier to the Ii.iily Teh-graph say It is reported from Mocador I bat a pailv ,r Am, ric.in tourists has be, n captured by natives near Agolar, which in the most soniheiii p., it of Morn. CO. l'len-e 4 i(so Si t for Trial. Austin. Texas. .May I'i -The ..." of 11. Clay Pi.-lce, .b-.limail ol the board oí directors of the Waters i-h-rce ' Oil company, chained wub f.il.c syv. aiii.g, was today s.-t lor tni! ,,,:id.iy next Seven Dnmileil in I'.Her. Katl Claire. Wis., May 10. ll-orge Hall, aged 21, I!. H. Sweet. ngf,I 4'.. Sweet's wife an 1 four children, were rtrowiK d In Chippewa river here, win 11 Hall's gasoline liunih capsi'.! In mlil-stream, upon striking aome sunken piling. rVi -.') .I -A il J 'V,' ..'-..,.,?.,.'; , J- , - iU- ' ' .n'' i?.'A7 -...', w.'.'í'í ' A lr- " 1 'fit LOOK 10 PRIZES 1st Prize .. $5.00 2nd Prize $3.00 Seven Prizes $1.00 Content ( loses May K.lli, Milts), llmv On 1'i'n Pri'imre SanlH On Yon 1 iihi-l 1 "re i mm I n a ml PEELED GREEN CHILE? i-, will r the 10 best reci-lpes we pay the above Cash 1'rixes. ii. .. S.IOM-; f'liinoM tiiui'il ami repulretl. 1ol Nlteyl. i-eil. 'lone rfguhlleil. At'lioil I, Ij, isle, I sail-laelnoi guaraiitie.l. All orders gi. n prompt .'ill. iuloo. I'lioliy . til. Kcslili lu-c l.li South Aruo ir'i-t. aooi:i:ss ROYAL PACKING 1". 4. lto 21, Ai-imle Ail. J.os Angeles, Cal. Su nt ii YhiiIm I Itriintl Peeled ('(in ( lulc oliiiiinable nt Your (iri.ei'rs. CO. lH'pt. CONSOLIDATED LIQUOR CO Rui r to Mfllnl á Kukiat ItlMl It li llfl til Al .Mili, HIM KMI I. 11-. Vi l K1 IS WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS W hand' 4vTvtliinc In ur linn. Writ lUii I'TW 1.1 TlrhM 11. iirmt sr. Ai íirrr.B AVR. W. L.Trlmblo & Co IJrnr, J'eeil anil Haln Ktahlea. ltrst Clus Turnouts at Keusonublo Hatea. TrUplione S. N. Second 8a, JOHN W. McQUADE General Contractor and Builder I construct all classes or Tiulldlng. Let me figure on your Work. 1 can ve you money. I build and Install time ami office flllini:. I kefiD only tlio best carpenters and do a general line of Jobbing. Have your aprtnei work done now. Call at hop, 104 8. Ilro.idwav, near Central avenue, or phone 9 Williams' Cmulsien Post Palatable and Effective Williams Drug Company BLUE FRONT 'Phone 789. 117 W. Central Avenue, t o ,C.