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' THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 29, 1911.
On JjrnKj t n o t i vi i C Tin: KoMiyr We Announce Tlie arrival of "New Spring Merchandise in almost ccry scctlou of our store. "icuce has tauiihi " l,lU tl,e ,'!','inluailiis trade desire lo nuke their llr-i '"iwlloiia earlier each year. To meet thl- demand c aiv making "this early"' flowing In """"y department ur Merchandise. WE SOLICIT YOl'lt 1XSPIXTIOX. Alb Fictitious Values, no exaggerated statements. The best values at all times. It is merely a matter of wanting your trade if we deserve it of making it profitable for you to trade here. AFTER INVEN TOR Y SALE Final Clearance of All Fall and Winter Stocks We've been more than busy with the tedious task of taking inventory. Now that it is over, we've some interesting news for you. We've made a number of discoveries found goods that have been lurking on high and back shelves and in iinfrequented places that should have been disposed of before now, but have been overlooked in the hurry and excitement of a busy season. We are going to take what is left of our vari ous lines of Winter Goods and offer them at big reduction in prices prices which represent but a fraction of original cost. The offerings are many and varied. ' . , . COME AND JOIN THE CROWD THAT WILL SURELY ATTEND THIS SALE '4. : Ready -to- Wear Department mi: revrnu; stock of iall kcith at s.um i icr: i'iucks, u:ss ommialf axd oxk. - THIRD 15F.GILAK VALIKS. i:tni SHciiti: Closing; Out: iuO Mmi Tailored Suits; guaranteed $15.00 vuliios: women's ami misses' sizes , ................. r. . . $1 tt. $II..VI ; L , . For Knits rcguhili'l) price! S2:.5(l to 30.no liU5 for Suit rcjrulnily - rKtxl . :l.l.tM to $40.00 $27.50 Tor Suits regularly laiccd $15.00 lo $50.00 srixiAii orratixo or fink mlk petticoats AT $2.05, $3.05, $5.95 AXD $0.95 llicw 'tVltlcoais arc in all colors and Muck, made of Itcst quality taffeta In a variety of styles, and Uioy are worth a tUIrtl more tluui these prices. 1 Messallno Wlk I"eltlcoats at . . . . . . .. , . . .$5.95 and $0.05 Tlicse arr flue quality la plain and lVrslau effects, u II color. Very unusual values at Uk'ho prices. SIIXillTLY SOILED HUWKKTS MARKED EOlt A III RRIED CI.EAHAXCE. V Ulniikct that became sUshtly foiled during our .Tan nary sale. - There- are white, colored, plain and plaids, about 00 pairs in all, to bo closed m VERV I N I SFAL REDtCTlONS. TOWEL Sl'FCIALS liSHc A large quantity of limit Towels, plain while or with colored liorders; worth regularly to 20c. Sale Price, each ...Vit: Remnants ' Sec our Window Display of Jtetniinnts r alt kinds of Dress fiiHKln mid Sdks, consisting 1 Dress (iotrtN of IlroaiMoih, Norge. I'lnliK Worsteds and Mannish MU lurc. Tako your choice, of any nl half marked prior. Nll.li. KEMXAXTS '"' , Consist of Taffetas, black mid colon; Messnllne, .Fancy Taffeta. MeHallue and Persians: In fact. Silks of every description; pieces run rrom 1 t jard to 10 jard-4. Take your pick nl exmll.v Indf marked prices. UXIXG ItEMNAMS Con.slMlnsof vailou Riades. ranging In price from 15e lo 50e the yartl. Pereallne, sateen, Sunburst Sllkt, etc. Choice of any In the lol; the yard 0c ctrrrox goods rem x axis A whole counter full of short lcijlh of Silkallno, GIiir-ham-. Cretonnes, Outing; Flannel, I'lunnrleiles, Muv lilt Ticking-. ?. All in lengths from S U 10 yimN and r-elling regularly from 10c to 25c the yard. Choose from any in the lol, per Jiud ....8c Hosiery Special Children's Mack Hose, spit ial 2 hy 2 rihb, hi si Muck, size from to 9. splendid school sdsklns, double kuep. Special for this week, 2 wlrs for. .25o Womeu s Illuck Hose, our it-itular S.V niiiiilsr, doublo toe and ' heel, (iietliiiin ueiulu,. spivlal for lids week. ..25c HAXDRElinilEK M'ECIAtS An assorted lot of llandket'chh'fs, itnisislliiK of Main Hemstitch Linen and Initial Miu-u. Selling up to ' toe eicli.' Sale price ftc Women's Scji'I1o)miI Edge, also l.iiibroldcred llrnflltch l.i. h n lluudkerchiefs. Regular 2 for 25, special S for ..25o I X t) I :R WEAR SPECIALS Women's Cream Plccco Vest ami Pauls, 35c quality. .Ifle Women's Willie Fleeced Vest and Patit. 5e qiiiilHy. .50c Women's Grey Art-wool Vest and Pants. $1 quality, ,75c Women's White McrverUcd Vest and I'Muts, $1.50 quality ai................ ...... $t.0 Women's DucTold While Vest and Pauls, $1.75 quality at , .$1.00 Women's tirey Wool Vest and Pants (l'cirest Mills), $2.00 qnulity . . .$1.25 Children's Grey Wool Vest and Pouts; small sl.c only; selling nt 50e to close, each 10c Ribbon Remnants for One-Hatf Price We ha just completed our inventory and find that the holiday holiness has h it us whit l-iindreds of short lengths of Rllilsms of Xroin I to 2 yartl Thero In fancy Rllilsui of every Wind and color itmihiailoii. Hie. wlilihs ere 1 to A liiclut), suliaUlo for hair Ism and fancy work, a Uo plain Taffeta, Molivs, Katlin. .losjiies, etc., in all colors ami many desirable lenjvllis for hair hows. All reiiiiiikiils will U displayed on our iNiualu tables Mon day and marked nt half the regular prices. If you waul Uililsiiis al bin gain prltvs, do not miss lids opiiorlunlty. Remember, Monday will be Iteuiiiaul Day hi the Itlliboii Scfllun. . SPECIALS IX Wi)Mi:.X'S WAISTS Aliout 200 Women's Waists, made of Gingham, Sateen, l.luene, Lawn and I'liiuuels, Slightly nuissed from handling and used for displays. The entire lot divided Into 2 hits, as follows: . IM Xo. I are values selling up to $1.25. Kale price. .45c Lol Xo. 2 arc values Belling; up to $3.00. Sale prliv. . O.Vi Lol No. .1 lakes In a lot of Silk. Messaline, Pl.ild and Mack Net Waists. Some amongst them are worth In $10.00 each. Most of litem, however, sold for $5.00 and $7.00. Choice of any lit this lot $2.05 CORSET SPECIALS Discontinuing several numbers of Hon Ton Royal Wor cester and Xadlti Corsets and In order to dlsitose of these numbers quickly wo have cut the price In two. We hac about 100 Corsets to select front In all sixes, but not all izcs in all makes. It we have your situ von can save rrom fide to $2.50 on each Corset. Prices range from, each ,..,.0Ho to $5.00 "3 THE IXVXO.VIIS'lC J TIIK KtXIXOMIS'l p ""I THE I'XmoMlST I PUSH HAS WON FOR WINDMILL CITY (Continued from Page 8.) 1 one new road across the sands of the Mlmbreg which Is model. Two new churches have been recently complet ed and It la said that the total cost of new homes put up In tho last two years will reach $200,000. -.a - . TOORS JlilSPECT KOuiSOF ills United and Aggressive Team Woik by Local Citizens Has Made Doming, One of Most cm of its Class, 1,111 Minibres vulley iIocbii t look """ li like it valley.' It s simply :t vi Htret,-ii of perfectly level lund nil nroium th t.y of Dpnlll(?i lin(lpr liiili wuler is apparently drained as into tli,. bottom of an Immense nat-"-)d biiMla, the chief source of the "I'I'ly. or course, being the vanished 'Hi"rs of the Mimbres river, which u'lp.'i.r into the earth some miles love tl,e citv. Tllere appi,aM to bft "" limit to this water. Apporently. i is a Rr,.at underground sea und oh '" sh can lie learned, thousand of ixunping plants might bt, llftlni; Us mm- to the surface without afTectlns ,n" quantity below. Much , of the aler presumably seeps buck Into the "lll. It is found at all depths, the "ra;;,) lowi from which tbe water luimped being between forty and "ly feet. This wide stretching plain " covered over with nicsqulta aliJ "llier ill-m i ........ .u , ... . . . Kitiui, out un interest, f-ature of the reclamation of the innt the hiiKo roots or the nil,i,y niesiiultc mnko the best kind ' '"'I, fuiiilshlnd nn Intense heat. on mrv pieur, fHnn ,h(, vat()r ""es the ureal .i!k. ,.t ...... r" a. M.nie of them us bia as a pair ' na. fli'TH nrc nliotit 200,000 n.res of ""Konnly i,n land around Denilnn '"T'' ti, water is within easy pump. t. li.Mance, or within elifhtv feet of "' surface, outilda of , this area '"''' Is plenty of land Where the ;.'" " he fotnd at 100 feet, and . 11 lH that In California thev uinp water lip 400 fwt lhpr(, g of limj""' " 8rr?t ful,ire for 8,1 r th Southwest mul east of Demlng. lor "'-n mites, th,.ri. , t.ttriej. II I0. !' hu fl"1 nl,, ' Now Ill u'!H nwrth uf th cHy flrc nIllrl i,,, hllf ,n census or 1910 gives from i"Jl,,,e ,hn 2'nW0 om 4,500 t R.OOO people d her lit ,r"nM, hlr business in lpoa u nivl wf 'tln Albuquer- uue crowd at Demlng Thursday morn, ing at 9 .o'clock after a hurried break rust everyone was bundled Into an automobile or a surrey and start was made for the country, the visitors keeping up a running flre of ques. lions answered by a bombardment of replies from the Demlngites. The Mcllridc Farm. The first call 0f the visiting dele gates was at the farm of M. L. Mc lfrlde. McHrldc has a 150-foot well, with n two-foot pit from the surface down forty-five feet, then reduced to sixteen Inches and from that to nine and five-eighths inches. He uses two screens In the Well. Tho tlrst, plain punched galvanized pipe, the second, tho wire bound Lane Hnd Dowler per forated Iron pipe encircled with flat wire rings a sixteenth of an inch apart, thu outside edge of the wire being larger than the Inside, so that nothing can become wedged In the crevices. He has Jlfty feet of this screen. This scrcon is thu favorite among the farmers in the valley, und has been found to give good satisfac lion. Many believe this screen will be the best adapted to conditions around Albuquerque. This screen .Is nltiti und livo-eiKliths inches in di nmetcr. One hundred feet of . this strainer has been used In somo wells. It is claimed for this screen Unit for every twelve or fourteen Incites of its length with a twclve-lnclt diameter, u thousand gallons a luiitulo uf. water can pass through. MeRrkle has 320 acres of ground, which is under cultivation and the Installation of his gas engine, a 40 horsepovver machine, has Laito and Howler No. 6 pump, derrick and whole outfit cost a little less than 3,0iitl. I lis pump throws an average of 1,200 gallons u minute and hus a cu parity of COO gallons. , Ills cost of pumping Is about 40 cents per hour. The Hicks Farm, , The second visit was made to the beautiful farm of Charles E. Hicks, who has spent $15,000 In Improve ments on his property. Including- a hondsome big 2-story farmhouse, erected at a cost of 10,000. Hicks' pumping pluut is tiimilar to Ihut bf McHrldc, with eighty feet of nine and live-eighths screen In the well, fifty to sixty feet of water-bearing strata, and a lMtie und Bowler pump throw. iittf 1,200 gallons, which can be forced to. 1,500 gallons. His pump has a lift of less thnn fifty feet. Hicks Uses three und a half gallons of naphtha an. hour to throw 1,200 gallons. At twHve cents a gallon for futd, he therefore figures Ids pump, ins cost at 42 cent an hour. The Installation of his plant cost him 3,20O complete. The total depth of his well Is 150 feet and he believes thai with n shallower well he could hav as much water and mako the Installation cost less than $3,000. Hicks' pumping pit Is fifty feet deep and 4he first stratum of water In at forty-two feet.. He prospected Mist with a four-Inch test hole. Ills liu-horsepower engine Is niunufac fiired by tho Western !as Kngins iWpuny of Los Angeles and the l-iuic and Howler pumps are made In Los Attgclc and Houston, Tex. Mr. Hicks left big farms In ths t)a tolas ami . Washington two years ng nnrt bought sixty acres on rs liniiil.hment for 11.400. It is un neWary to,stats that hs couldn't he induced to put prlca on his f ikrminrtv now TtA ham ulihtv iiirs under cultivation and It cost him about 16 an acre tu get the mesqulte cleared out. Mr. Hicks has made a success of Kgyptiaq alfalfa, u large variety, end hus produced six and a half tons of kafflr corn to the acre. A Veteran's Success. One of the show farms of the Mimbres valley Is owned by onp of the most popular and most respected men in the section, John Hund, get ting well along In years, but wiry and liulo as ever, who for-eleven years had charge of 3,000 acres of the Cudahy . ranches In California, where tho pumping proposition has been developed. Two years ngo John Hund was offered. It Is said, $8,000 for eighty acres of his 320 acres, but he did not sell. Later ho was offered $18,000 for a quarter section.. Al falfa und beans arc Mr. Iiund's spe cialties, the latter having been dem onstrated one of the very best crops for this volley. , Mr. Hund figures his pumping cost at 43 cents nil hour. On a 52-hour continuous pumping test Hie water In Ihe well wus not lowered 'nn Inch after the first head had boon lifted oft. His iiiinip Is llfty feet down and the seeiwtKo head of thirteen feet over Ihls Is restored In fifteen seconds after the pump slops. With his pump. Hund says he can water one acre of raw lund art hour, Ho figures three fourths of an hour for euch acre at each irrigation. . Iiund's pluut cosl him $3,200, and ho has six and seven tons or alfalfa to the acre and a bean crop of ,1,200 pounds to the acre he sold nt six and a half cents a pound. It cost him $4 an acre to water his beans. Tho, profit hiay ho easily de duced. A Model Mcctrlc Plant. Over half a dozen miles from Dem. ing Is the electric pumping plant of Dr. Williams, which proved very in teresting to tlte Albuquerque men. Dr. Williams has a 30-horsepower No, S Kcllpsu motor, direct connected, sitting trim and compact right on tlia top of his well, keeping the 1.200 gal lon vertical centrifugal pump up to a flOO gallon paco, Irrigating opo acre In fifty minutes at 40 cents an hour, his power being transmitted over a line from Demhig. His 50-foot pump pit hud to lc dug flvn feet wide. He hits seventeen feet of 2-foot screen, bored pipe, then thirty feet of 1-foot screen and the Mow comes from an 8-lnch discharge pipe. Tile pump Is fifty-four feet under the surface and the water stands at fifty. five rcet. The plant cost $1,600. The well Is 170 rcet deep over all. He penetrates three water stratus, the first two of which furnish all the water .lieedud. Williams lius HO acres, twelve of which have been put unde'r cultiva tion. ; A Crude Oil Plata. . One of th completest ajid , most workmanlike plartls visited was that of A. L. Taylor, who has an Immense. liu-norsepower crude oil engine, the engine and 1,5)U gallon , Utile and Howler pump all being enclosed in ono of the neat and prosperous look ing adobe buildings for which his 320-ucre rshok Is marked. Taylor luta a well 202 feet over all. and lirts his water seventy-eight feet so thai his well in really a remarkable' on. U uees thu Laos and. I'-owler actteu and his complete plant stands him something like $400. Ten hours uf pumping costs him about $2.40 fur fuel and lubricutloa. Tw'enly-flve cents an hour Is believed to be a fair estimate of his cost. A dozen feet, away from his main well Is an older well, 600 feet deep, through live strata of water, tho level of wuter In this well not being low cred an Inch when tho other I pumping full Mast. Taylor has put In seventy ucres of fruit this year and will put In 160 acres next year. He has 7,000 Trull trees, mostly pear and apple, on the ground ready to be planted this sea son. tho trees, 3-yenr-oIds, being rooted along tho side of an irrlgu tlon ditch and protected with rabbit fencing and brush waiting until time to set them out. Taylor also has English walnuts and pecans and some prunes and is making a lot of ex pertinents which will prove Immense ly valuable to the fumiers of" the valley. Taylor, as others demonstrat ed last season that beans Is the great money-making crop for the Mimbres country liming raised last year 1,680 pounds to the acre. Thero arc many other flue farms wjthln easy distance of Doming, In eluding Hint of 81m II lirus.. and Young's place, which It was Impos sible to visit In the spuco of one day, although tho flying autos passed many other beautiful farms which spoke eloquently of tho change which has been worked In the desert by the pumping plants. THE BOOSTERS BANQUET The Morning Journal hus already given a comparatively full account uf the brilliant banquet nt the Demhig Harvey house which ended the day's pleasure for the Albuquerque men The Demlngites cannot be praised too highly for their unvarying courtesy and kindness alt during the day and their hospitality reached its culmi nation nt.the banquet. Everybody sat at otic table, so long hut tho clev er toastmaster, Dr, wope, luta to use a megaphone to get his mno and ev erybody ate heartily of u profusion of good eatables for It wus a hungry day's work, and while every man was compelled by 'force to drink ft w hole , dipper of water from every well visited, there was Utile tlm to eat until evening. The speeches were many and various and must of them were witty and sparkling mid the good fellowship I. hat prevailed was a revelation. When visitors mid hosts parted at the train they felt as ir they hud known each other for ten years. Fourki at Last It has been ' demonstrated beyond a doubt' that Tubercleclde, which Is manufactured by . the Tubercleclde Company of 703 International Bank building, Lo Angeles, California, cures tuberculosis where dime Is at least three month vitality remaining. Cases pronounced Incurabla ar today Walking; testimonials lo tho nhovn fact, and some of tnnu with less Hum on lunit tBrnalnlnf. 3EMINGM O ISTS ran Well Known Citizens Refuse to Drive Faster Than Ninety Miles an Hour; Mesquito No Object. The leudlng cttUons of Denting, as in all modern towns, have nutomo biles. Thu four curs placed at the dls ponal of the Albuquerque men made It possible to see a great deal of Ihe country und most of the hist furms, but a much larger una might have been covered hut for the conservatism of the drivers. While the Demhig men aro lor progress they are nervous about high speed and rarely do ou find one who drives his car over nine, ly miles an hour on th uvernge. Ho the visitors merely Jogged along the twisting roads ut a mild seventy-five mile an hour gall, at times falsing a brief excursion through the mesquito which Is quite huminocUy in plucei or ultomptc.il to Jump a barbed wire fence Just to vary thu monotony. Dr. H. I). Swope, one of those chiefly op posed to the speed mania, could not lie prevailed upon to run the "ometer" over the eighty mile murk and Insist ed firmly on keeping ut least one whocl of his machine on the ground most of the time. It Is stated by somo of the occupants of his tar Includ ing Mike Nash that four of the high places between Drilling and Taylor's place were , actually touched but Nash's statement Is unsupported.; Ho wfls Ihe auto. ' Occupants of the Hwope car were heard confidentially Informing somo of tho unlive or Demlng that any time they wanted a doctor in a hurry they would put them wise. The autos traveled fairly close together which ueoounlH for the fact that when Mel Summers was thrown skyward out of one of them, he land ed comfortably In the car behind with out Injury, r. W. Plotirnny. who runs a car himself, was discovered counting the rocks missed by Ihe ve hicle of which he whs an occupant. but never got further than two or three. Another snull-llUe motorist Is l J. r.sughirn. who mercifully allowed the whole party to gel out of town before he rammed his machine Into a tele, graph pole and cleared off all the up per works besides dismantling her. I.ftiighren was generally In the lend and because bo adhered to Ihe eighty mile gait It was impossible for any of thone behind to speed up much If they wished. Himiiman, driving elulr's car, it light Hulrk, gave a fine exhi bition and this cur probably can clear higher mesqulfo bush owing in Its lightness than any of the others, illaekmaii iiimn in at (ho finale with only one hursted ths and a ton of sand on board the fact that Secretary Naylon of the local club was missing from thu Molr car, but he was excavated from the and four miles back without diffi culty. P. A. Burdlck. driving his own rar, was naturally careful and never skid ded moro than half a mile at a stretch. The smell of burning rubber peiinu atod thu greater part of Luna coun ty. llesldes those In tho autos, several other members of tho party occupied scats In two seated buggies which kept well off tho main road In order not to embarrass tho autoinoblllsts to any extent. Demlng Is a great automobile town; but nil she needs Is a few really fast drivers, As to the roads, they aro first rate, except that they need to ho taken up and stretched to get tho kinks nut of thorn. They are smooth enough and hard enough hut about as straight us an eel whilu In active motion. Tho Demlng people, however, aro good toads euHiiislasts and they are rapidly working toward tho best set of roads In New Mexico, assisted by splendid natural advantages. PERSONNEL OF EXCURSION The fouihilltce. of the Albuquerque Commercial club which went tu Dem lng to Inspect Hie pumping proposi tion, consisted of tl. L. Ilrooks, Mel ville It. Summers, K. Dana JoIiiihoii, Cheyney. A. TO. Johnson, A, Fleischer, (ieotge Arum, V, . I In it it. J. M. Winters, K. II. Kchwcut- ker, l' A. Htibbell, James Hubbell, A. D. llraliam. M. W. Flournoy, O. A. Hlrdsall, K. W. Fee and Peter Cam eron, i They occupied a special Pullman car leuvlug here at midnight Wednes day night und arriving nt Demlng at o clock next morning. Tho Inspec tion party was Joined at Demlng by number of gentlemen from Iowa nml the Dnkotns ntso Interested in seeing tho wells flow. Consumption Anvona Interested in the rura of ( on sumption sllUld net one of lli booltlfIS lolling of rsrmeiies by tlia use of l.ik man's A1lBi'th. ."'.. roughs, fctiuhlMirn Odds and Tnni nionu n.pv l.s ths beginning of mora serious troubles 1: knm a s Altsratlvs Is tim enact I va remedy. Head Mr, Ksnily'i sistonient: Bsito;n, N. i, Ucntlfmen: "l-'nr five or six year I was troubled with cotmh snd expectora tion. I also hal a blah fever. My esse ss declared Consumption by my physi clan. 1 w elven rod l.lvtr oil, dies sot and other medicines, all without benefit, .... At Chrlstmss tlm. 10, I ws not xnarted to live. Caning another physl. clan, h iit"it the tie of Keknmn's Alterative, wlihii 1 too with excellent results and wns entir'W cured. During the Pi pif.l hv" tsined IS lbs. t so out la nil wrathers and have lid no conch or cold whatever. 1 thu these fade to n-ourage) others 10 us Kckmsn'e Alterative." .e.ned Affidavit) Jimn Vf. Ksnsly. Keknian's Alterative cures Bronchitis, Asllims, May lever; Throat end I. on .A free Hon. Aek for booklet of cured eases end writ lo the Kckman Laboratory, Philadelphia, I'., for additional evlileme, J. or l) by all lending- Uiuggials and Alvarado pharmacy and , Highland A roll call disclosed Pharmacy In Albuquerque, k For Ithriimntlsin ami Ncrv - ousuesM. Nerve Strength ' Nerve strength Is a potent factor In all physical and men tal health. Weak nerves make u, weak brain, weak heart, weak circulation. Uric add und other poisons and Impurities accumulate throughout tho sys temcausing Itheumtttism, 10 x tremo Nervousness, Kidney and Liver troubles, Huekaeho, Nuu rulgla and kindred ailments. l'iloiiropodes eliminate excess urh; acid, cleanse and purify Hm entire system. They radiato health and strength to every or gan, iiicreaso circulation and In vigorate thu nerves. One man from Texas writes: "1 would like to put Klcclroiioilca In t reach of all afflicted people, ' They have cured mo of a severa cu no of Halle Khiimatlsm." lH-iigglnt Blgu . T his Coin rat i , , rkessrrliwref IIctreflM n (rest ed Ike nrlttlrse f rOimin them within 10 rlare, no' Ihe urchM rlr (ll.tUD I te be refunded mptm the following rondl Manet 1 he ere I ke wnra nrxordins to dlrxtlont for slleaet ti roneeratiie Here, end then if net Miufectorr. la be rWuar4 is erlcinel bei. Press let'e Bisnetnre T. At druggists; or ' by mall, postpaid. If your druggist cannot furnish Klcctropodca, send us $1.00, and we will sen that you are supplied Immed iately. Slate whether tur iuuu or woman. Western Elcctropodc Co. ii.VI Los AugctiM Kt.( Los Angeles, Cul. Try a Morning Journal Want Ad 7 AM D TUMORS CUBED by ourdieeolrentlnJeetioB method, end h'nHne; bfuatere, 4? year euring Cancer, 83 fxsre in l. AtigvU; Uundredeef referenda. Itri'ait raws CUnCD7ITC:OUTodt tear. No per tint.it Mired. V'rlltin (Unranlm ii iaftli eaan. Ifriva'r Nsnaloriiun. bri neroinnin. rjaiinna, womiin aton.Uiil. CuNMI 1,1'ATKiM AND EXAMINATION I'll 10 K. Maui 9 it 6; Hundaya 10 to 13. Iole ftru duuib rooa and nin eiirfa! tqier. fe ajtionannd the turn nt the I kae"M 0 OR.' IHCKOK, - Dryan Block; , N.W. tVir. Sd and Stirou- sut, Lu A' ' . J l-bno Hroadway l.'ill, lluni s'i.i. 1 3 n