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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 191,1.
HAVEN OF HUNTED BUMORED MflDEN'STNO DAMAGE FORI B JACKSON'S LATEST WIFE HAS CATTLE TRESPASS Q ALWAYS ilLGOODflMl Albuquerque foundry & Machine Works T N ( . I VI I. lis It) I, N D HIS MACHINISTS al. ns out of wind bl"vs a E, niiTiiniiT rninr S 101 Plenty ot Water if you ue the New I LEFT HER LORD Tlint repair;, gal.; old windmill i- not sati-1 a1 ; V. hell tow the i-r i un 1'tin r. f i i rw, A beverage that should have a part in the household supplies. Its tonic and food properties are a valued domestic asset. STERN. SCHLOSS k COMPANY WtMMjM Dmmfrt .IS-ltT W. CHr AvaniM ALaUQUIRQUC, N. M. NTEREST II WOOL Fifty Per Cent. Contracted for lit Territory Districts; New Arrivals of Fine Quality, ltv Murniiiii .l..r,inl Kpn lul I.piim-iI lrr Boston, June 20. Interest in the wool iniirket centers In tilts new ell, ji It hi nmU there is con-dderulilo (iiantl ty of old territory selling on the run go at HI and 51 to 53 scoured. It Is es timated that fifty per cent of the new has been contracted in the ter ritory districts. .Shipments run heavy and arrivals are reported of fine ,imlity. Leading western quotations follow: Soured: Rasls, Texas line,,' 12 months, 4'i'i, 4K; fine, 6 to 8 months, U'h 44; tin fall, 41fq 42. California Northern, 4 7 fr' 4 S ; middle county. 4fii 4ti; southern 43; fall free, 4'ie. Territory: Fine staple, RMfSK; tine ii'uliiiiii staple, ."i3ii56; line clothing, "l'.i .":!; line medium i -lathing, 49 fit "ii: half blood combing B2 54; threo Hghths blood, combing, '1OH1 51; iuai ler blond combing, 4 7 r 4S. , l'ulled extra, 5 1 53: tine ''A" 4!irji 'H. Ten cents round triji, Airdome. SEAMEN'S STRIKE T Differences Between Tars and Coastwise Companies Satis factorily Adjusted at Meeting Held Yesterday, Illy Mumin; Jimr-iul Spreinl Lneiril IV Ire J New York, June. 20. The differ ences between the eoasnvi.se steamship companies and their seamen were id jiisted tonight, bringing to an end the strike against the Morgan line, and uvertliitf a tbre itened generil strike "f the coastwise seamen. The igroe nifnl was reached ut a conference of company ollieials and representatives of the union. Knunri tvlji, ten-cents, Airdome Try a Journal tat Ad. Results Home Treatment tor Tuberculosis M.iny people have cured themselves of Tiil.erculosis by a very simple, inex K'ln i -e home method fresh uii, careful "i't nnd ia Umun s Alterative, is Alterulivo is not a new medicine. It lias been conquering tiihcrculoais 1. a' h-.ivuI years, cures resulting alter other 'letl.uds Ii.nl faiio.l. flunk what this means. No i peclnlist'.i ''; ho sanatorium tliargea; no travcl-'u- expenses. llcKiiiau'H Alterative b.i.i cured maiiv I'l'i in. lioni", where tnelr donr ones . "iir.i:.() them find ). ive them tiiat teu "er i .n:c winch money cunuot buy. Afier you lit.o thoroughly In vet. til, a t-"in- u.nilaiilM and testimonial feci "i sum In your own mind that If Kck ""ins AltoialUo hu:t cured go many '' .cis, it b.n-cly riniiit lei,, y.m start 'Ki'ig the Alterative, Your Improve "ift t should be i ra lual, but certain. If you have I ce i fail.iful to Kckman's "letHt.ivu. you . ill be amazed at jour nil! 'I'm cnicnt. A statelnelit from Olitt kiioi.s follows: v" So. 4tli St., t'olwyn, fDurby) Pn. 11' nilcmen: "for fulir yeura I was '"nl.icil. with cough, which gradually J"! anii, worse; I hud nixht sweats and Wins In my chest. was losing 4ny 'I'l'olito and hud become, bo thin anil Jeali 1 could not Attend to my household '"UK'S. A physician pronounced my cats ' onsoniptlnn. Not being ativ.tled. I was "'iinlne.l ,v (i,0 physicians of the Poly, '"hie Hospital: they also pronounced )- discus Consumption, which win ''"'en later, by un examination of i'-"".,o, UK riincroiios to in1 whs '"I'llll. I UM11 ,,e l..-r.,l I., o ,... .l.. . Ho. 'itn'. V v iici.b, w not, 1.1 not nliow i'. "' "mil I btirt tried Kckninn's Al iatie0, i;rr,,r,. I had taken the modi J,'"' llireo weeks I liud marked relief; r . . ' J MvoritH ceased; pain In tho brcust f! ''"'''.'h became loose and essv; Mi l' rt "' rn'' ' ''otn nielloed getting i. Mv tieullli became nerirnl. I nm i, '"",'' : '''" benltli now nnd have been ''hi'let, iv r,,rr, fr ten ycnrs i , !"'-' roceiuiiu nd It." 'Mi;a,,li iMi:s.) J!.r.Y WASSOV. .rnimnn's Alterative cures lironchttlM, ' J I'evei-; Tl.r.wt mid lJiing "";' n"""- 'sk for booklet ol cored cases " write to the KcMnmi l.uboratorv. "Uu.ieir.idn. i's.. for sil.Pti.MHil e'i.lenee Sale by a:i leadiicf UruglsU yn Ill-bland Plinrmii.y nnd Alvarado. ''I'urnincy in Albuquerque. IN- ES MURDERER Idaho Bandit Spurring Fresh Mount Through Rugged Hills With Man Hunters Doggedly On Trail, RANCHMEN ENTERTAIN FUGITIVE UNAWARES Chase Leads Far From Haunts! of Law-Abiding Men; Mys terious Quarry Believed to Be Noted Desperado "Incog." IB.T Mornlntc Jmirnul NM-rlul I.niwd Wlrf Idaho Kails, Idaho, June 20. Still free, leading by two hours, the man hunters on his trail, Hugh Whitney, the Idaho bandit, was urging a fresh mount through the ro ky hills and glades of quaking aspens In a race for the haven of hunted men, Jack son's Hole, when the latest bulletins from the chase reached the city. Colonel Polet, living on a runch 100 miles east of here, gave breakfast this morning and sold some provisions to a travel-stained strunger without the" slightest Idea that his guest was flee ing from arrest for the murder of Conductor .Kidd, and the wounding of three other men. Two of the bloody deeds with which" Whitney was credited by rumor have been disproved. He did not shoot Con stable (Jley yesterday, nor did he murder a boy to secure a horse. Tteu ben Scott, who was wounded in the hand t the Menan bridge is the last authentic victim of his gun. Two hours after the stranger left th ) Pelot ranch in the direction of Gray's lake nit the Wyoming line, a party of weary possemen straggled In to the ranch and Informed Pelot of the identity of his visitor. The Colonel had heard nothing of the murder of Kldd or the Incidents that followed. He saddled his best horse and led the posse in the direction taken by the bandit. Some of the riders were assigned to follow the roads to Cray's lake and Jackson's Hole, in the hope of head ing the fugitive off. Should he reach Jackson'6 Hole he will be in a re gion whose impenetrable fastness have given shelter to outlaws for fifty years, '.and he may consider his race won, once he reaches this place. That Whitney is no stranger to that refuge Is Indicated "by his remarks to ranclumn along the way. All hia In quiries for directions showed famili arity with local landmark!.. He has been fortunate In keeping ahead of news of his crime and has passed un molested through the hands of men as determined and as fearless us him self. Although the name Whitney is not recorded In the annals of sensational crime and tho man's past Is as mys terious as his present whereabouts, it Is believed that he has borne other names that would Identify him as an outlaw of reputation. The, desperate chance hp took to escape from custody and hlsacquaint ance with the rendezvous of the des peradoes support thin theory. News travels no faster than the swiftest horse in the country to which the pursuit has shifted and the ex citing chase may finish in death or disappointment, many hours before the information touches the telephone and telegraph wires. Tickets good on limited trains and observations, ut Airdome. ROGERS" FIANCEE ILL PLEAD FOR iSWEETHEART VISITS HER LOVER IN PRISON Will Beg Governor for Pardon of Convicted Kidnaper of Lit- . tie Waldo Rogers at Las Vegas, fSlKoUI DUimtrh to the Mumlnic JonrimM Dub Vegas, N. M.. Juno 20. Faith ful to her convict lover in spite of the strong opposition of her mother, Miss Hose Crawford, a winsome mnld en from I.os Angeles, has arrived here from Santa Fe, where she visited In the territorial penitentiary Will Kog. ers, her fiancee, now serving n term for the kidnapping of little Waldo lingers on March 2 itth last. Miss Crawford is the guest of Itiwers' par ents In l.ns Vegas and It Is under stood that sh'i Is In New Mexico for the purpose of pleading with Gov ernor Mills for the pardon of her lov er. Miss Crawford has made ninny friends and enlisted much sympathy In her loyal adherence to lingers In sp'tc of his plight. F. S. P.exford, f!15 New York I.l'fc building, Kansas City, Mo., says: "I had o severe attack of a (old which -.ttled In my back and kidneys nnd I was In great pnln from my trouble. A friend recommended Foley Kidney Pills nnd I used two bottles of them nnd they have done me a -world of good. J. II. O'RIelly. Prosperity nt the Airdome, Journal Want Ads, Get Results, mm Gets Wise to Previous Matri monial History After Reach ing Here Is Current Report; Now Seeks Divorce, Janu s (5. Harden, whose innumerable matrimonial ventures, adventures and misadventures have been previously referred to at some length in this pa per, is again, according to rumor, in a fair way to becoming again heart whole and fancy free. It looks as if; Darden would again have to seek other worlds to conquer. As far as the story goes, the latest chapter In Mr. Pardon's varied married career is somewhat similar to those which have gone before. The versatile and fascinating Par den was for some time a prominent club man and ostensible wealthy cap italist of this city. He was a man of imposing presence and much profund ity and importance of demeunor, who he let It be known, had extensive In terests in all branches of industry In various parts of the globe. With his marriage with Mrs. Fanny Van Hlper of New York and consequent tribula tions, which ended In his divorced wife securing control of all the property held by Darden here, the strenuous past of Mr. Harden came out with all the harrowing details. He left this section and was not heard of, especially intil news came from Jacksonville, Fla., Unit the dashing and plausible Darden had wooed and won Miss Lillian Mason, daughter of a millionaire of Jacksonville, being married twice, with a civil and church ceremony, In two states In order to be sure that the job was well done before the breaking the new of the elopinent to the father of the bride. Mr. Darden represented himself as a prominent politician mid statesman of New Mexico, largely through whose unaided efforts New Mexico was about to receive the boon of statehood; for which efforts the people insisted tm rewarding him by making him the first senator from New Mexico by unanimous vote. Later, so the story runs, the fact came out that the bride married Mr. Durden in a lit of pique after a quar rel with a former sweetheart. Any how, Mr. Darden, who was never ac cused of bein j lacking In nerve, brought his bride westward and they reached the Alvarado here several months ago. the latest Mrs. Dardon, in happy ignorance of all the previous Mrs. Darden's, expecting to spend the time here In preparation for the tak ing up of the senatorial toga by her husband and to get handfuls of gold out of some of the fabulously wealthy mines which Mr. Darden let It be understood he owned in New Mexico. After the castles in Spuln were found to be of adobe and one by one the tpeetres of former Mrs. Darden's ap peared from the checkered past. It Is said the bride took a train back to the pnrentul shelter where It Is also rumored the parental welcome was not as cordial as might be. The last is that Mrp. . Darden seventh or eighth Is now instituting divorce proceedings largely In the Interest of a considerable number of tho Mason dollars, although the report has been that the, dower was not all that was expected by the always optimistic and enterprising Darden. The last heard of Mr. Darden he was in Phoenix, Ariz., probably businly engaged in ac cepting n unanimous call to be sena tor from Arizona. Sleepers furnished at Airdome. You can lay over lor second show. J. Sam Offers to Bet Two to One That Statehood Passes J. Sam says to the editor: "I am not a betting man, hut 1 will guess two to one that New Mexico will be admitted to the union inside of sixty days, and wager a little that Albu querque will have another railroad inside of fifteen months, and insid,, of six months every vacant room w ill be occupied in our city." J. Sam Prophesied Albuqnerquf. would get electric lights like Denver and he got out with the paper and rustled and the answer will happen Inside of two weeks. He had -i dream last night with Teddy Urooks, the Airdale dog on one side of him and the black cat on the other, after he had had his usiuil boosting prayer that all statehood knockers went straight to , nnd the boosters went to heaven. When he awoke in the morning be was counting hie money of the business the night be fore. ' We must hand It to J. Sam; he Isn't swelled up over Ills success; he doesn't claim to he any more than a i-.how punk, but leave it to him, he In that punk he says he Is for the peo ple. Cod loves a booster and he has more weight for the money than any merehnnt In town. (live us a few mote J. Sams. . ZEISLER-GIBSON WEDDING SOLEMNIZED LAST NIGHT AT HOME OF THE BRIDE Willi the blossoms of tho June time decking the Interior of the Olbson home at 31" South Kdith street, last night lit 8:30 o'clock. Miss Fthel Male (iibson W 's united-In mar riage, to William K. a iz. r. R,V. 11, i ip im P. Williams of the (ii.ld i Rioadway Christian church, performed the ceri many, which unit ed the lives of these two well-known young pet pie. They were attended In the ccrcnu iiial bv Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Donnelly. The bride was handsomely gowned In silk marquisette over messallne, tr'mmed In pearl and la.e nppllqucx Tho wedding was attended by some forty frb-n.ls of the contracting two, who participated In an elaborate sup per following the ceremony and In the gayetles of the evening. MIsr tllbson of yesterday Mrs. Zehzer of today has resided in Al buquerque four years, during which time (-he has held a position with the Colorado Tele Untie company, and later Willi the Rosenwiild Mote IIS a valued employe. Interesting Opinion Oi Much1 Disputed Question E Attoi-! ney General Clancy; Santa1 Fe Official Notes, t"pliil nwirotrll to th Mr.rnma J.nirnal Santa Fe, N. M., June 2"- Attorney (iencral Frank W. Clancy li is render ed the following opinion in tie nun h- I mooted question of what damages are to be obtained through the c oirts I'.u trespassing by cattle. Mr. Clancy takes the view that no damags arc obtainable unless the land trespassed upon is enclosed by fence, li s ..pin ion which was sent to ('...M inor Mills will be of Interest to ran. le i s through out the territory and is as follows: June M. 1311. Hon. William J. Mills, (e.v. rnor of New Mexico, Santa Fe, N. M. Dear Sir: From time to time dur ing the yast yeur, complaints have been made to you by 111 r mors of the trespassing of entile upon their culti vated lands, and a number .. such complaints have also come to me. We have been compelled dn view of the legislation to In found in Chapter 13 and 70 of the Iaws of 1HU!1, to say that th,, staluteH did "not permit the recovery of damages for such trespas Sfs unless the land and crops w.rt. enclof-eil by a legal fence, Whatevn opinion you or 1 may have as to these statutes, it wus obviously improper for officers of tie executive branch of the government to crlllsize, and vaguest the Invalidity of, that which had been done by tho legislature. I feel, how ever, thut public attention should now be called to a recent decision of the supremo court of the Tinted States on the snhject of similar lence laws. In 1908, thn United Slates filed o bill In the circuit court for the district of Colorado against one Fred Light, and obtained an injunction to prevent htm from In any manner causing or permitting his stock to go, stray upon or remain within a forest reserve which had been established under the provisions of the act March 3. I Hill. From the decree against him, the de fendant appealeld, and In the supreme court of the United States it was urg ed on his behalf that tinder the fence law of Colorado unless the govern ment put a fence around the reserve, It had no remedy either at law or In equity, and the'eourti after, consider ing the power of cotijrcss and of the national government tw legislate- tor and protect; the. public domain, pro ceeds In its' opinion s Cofhtwa: "Even a private owner would be en titled to protection against wilful tres passes, nnd stilt ptes j. providing that damage don,, by anlhtals caitftot be re covered, unless luatcnul required, do not give pcrinipsloti p th owner of cuttle to use hla neighbor's land as a pasture. They are Intended to eon. done trespasses by straying cattle thev have no application to ctses where they lire driven .uiv'i) unfeiu ed land in order that tlic.v may feed there. Lazarus vs. Phelps. , 152 C H. M, 38 U ed, 33, 14 Sup. ct.'Pep. 477; Monroe vs. Cannon, ii Mont. 324, fl Am. St. Hep. 439, Ul Pac. afi.l: St Douls Cattle Co. vs. Viiught, 1 Tex. Civ. App. 3X8, 2ft S. W. 8o5; 1 nlr.n 1. R. Co. vs. Itolllnn, 5 .Kan. 17ti. Fence laws do not authorize wan ton and wilful trespass, nor do the; afford immunity to those who, in ,lls regard of nronertv rights, turn loose their cattle under clrcumsliini showlnc that thev were Intended to lira'.,, unon the lands of another. Tiiiu ihi. defendant did. under t ir- elimstances equivalent to driving lit cattle upon the forest nrvice. lb could hav,. obtained i permit for ren u, .on hi.. i.iiHturiiu... He not only de clined to upplv for such license bin there la evidence tlml he threatened to r..Hlst effort to have his cattle re- u.vm oiro the reserve, and In his answer be declares Unit be will con tlnue to turn out his cattle, and con tends that If they go upon the reserve. the government has no remedy in law or in equity This claim answers It self. It aoncars that the defendant turned out bis cattle under circumstances which showed that he expected and Intended that thev would go upon the re nerve to graze thereon. Vnder the facts, the court properly granted an Injunction. The judgment was right on the merits, wholly, regardless or any Injunction as to whether the gov ernment had Inclosed its property.' As I recollect, there have been caseg called to your attention where tho complaint was that cattle In dis regard of nronertv rights, have been turned loose under circumstances showing that llu-y were certain to graze upon cultivated lands of farm ers, nnd tho language used by the su- lirmna ...nrt In eleal'lv applicable tO anv such cases. Therefore, I venture to recommend that, the opinion of that court b brought to public attention In such munner as you may deem proper lor the information and guidance of tin. so. who have suffered from such Injuries. The case referred to wus decided Mav 1, 1911, and the language above quoted Will be found in N. 11 of the advance Hhcels of the opinions ol the Supreme Court on page 488. Very respectfully. ' FRANK W. CLANCY. Attorney Cent-nil. I Jin. I l.niries. Tho following were the land entries jit the b cal land olttce. Arthur P.. Ilonnold, Kstaucla; I loinogeucs I.n ci.ro, Anton Chioo; Joseph A. Know land, Klizabethtovvii, Luis Atom -in. Park View. Increase Mock. The Raton Mining and Milling com pany also- flies an amendment to its articles of Incorporation Increasing Its capital slock from l.itiMi,0ii(i to (1.250.(1011. Voluntary ll-.ululln. A consent to the udutary dissolu tion of the Coinp.uii.i Publicist!! San doval was filed In the territorial secretary ofllce. the am tit of tin companv being Kit it" IMieii, with Al buquerque us bis place of business. ('(illtexts I lied. Several contests the land ofllce ;is Henry W. Robins. See. 30. tl W 10 I:, son of Stanley vs. have I II filed Hi fellows: I. S. vs. oi, over the NF. 4. : Charles P. Fergu Willlani M. Smith S.c. 79, It N. 9 IC; of Hobnrt, NIC 1-4 Oscar V. Adams of M.niarty vs. A. I . Vlern of Fletcher, Cal..' for the W 1-t HW 1-4, Her. 33; Mantle Fogurly of Morlarty vs. Clan nee ::. Carp-M of llloomiugtoii for the SI'. 1-4, Sec, 21 ft It is a wonderful j pumping engine and, ' pumpjackcotn. j U I ld.u IV ?jp' pump, Investigate ;ate pumpinit datiunt and Uluttratcd catalog No. '. " Albuquerque Foundry & Maelilne Works, Albuquerque, N. Mex. . and the SW 1-4, Sec. 1 o N. 9 K. l ighting While M. !. itrowne, of the tion Set vice with oflie que. was a visitor in morning and called oi rials at the capitol. particularly interested sla cry. I", ! Immlgra. a at Albliqiler t Ik city this i several olti Mr. I'.ronnc Is in sniipressinu the smuggling of Chinese into this country and in stamping out the white sUiv,. traffic with foreigners. He has seen active service in the Philippines, where be did good work vi-ars ago as a soldier, lie is still in. terest.-d in military tadics and with Captain HIH" llrogan ..I Albuqii"rque, is doing much to revive an interest In the national guard here HOY SCO I IS All scoots are peeled lo report at the Armory ':3n p. in., in uniform, for inspe. and Instruction. Those who ; the city, and do not repol I will be dropped from roll and return their lnlforms. J. I'OHRADAII.K. Scout .Muster. Attorneys for Alleged Dyna miters Present 39 Grounds In Motion to Dismiss Indict ments at Los Angeles. lty .M.irniUK .liiurlliil Npriliit l.ii,w,l Whr Los Angeles, ('al., June 20. Atoi neys for li, H. Conners. A. P. Maple and F. Ira Pender, unionists, net-used of having conspired to dvnamlte the county hall of records, completed to day the motiftnH to quash the (fraud jury Indictments against th" men and arranged to tile them before the de fendants are called tomorrow to en ter their pleas to tho accusations. There wel- , tbirty-iiitie grounds j stated In the motions. Of those many i wf-re technical .jjpI the most Import- I ant of the others were (hut the men I were compelled to testify against! themselves without having been in-! lornicl of their right lo t-eluse to dpi so, and that the grnml jurors were not i in a state of mind lo a.-l other than ! with bias. ' I Freakish Action of Lightning Near Melrose; Man and Team Fellow Travelers Not Hurt, Melrose, N. M., June 20. C.rnnt Walkins of St. Louis, Mo., a traveling show man, who has been playing through this s.-ctl. n, but who was on his wuv to Knetno, was struck by lightning, three miles soulh ,T Ibis city yesterduy afternoon and Instantly l.llied. Tile tiain lie was driving n also killed with the same stroke. Three men, who .ere silling wllh him en the wagon were unhurt. Watklns was sitting on a .vYInches t r rill -, and tl lightning burned holes In (he case, and passing through a box of i loth; i, g, 'oiirnlng holes In the clothing. Watklns fell ,1 1 In the arms , f his seat males. Wilbur Mall and Clarence McCoiin.-ll. The two Intl.r were un conscious from the boll. Occupants of a wagon twenty -five feet ahead, were stunned. The rain about " here was els.. Ire-ikiS' . v.elling ill. in, dis tricts mo I skipping otlu rs. .4,188.8.131.52-4.4"t."4"i I INCOME INSURANCE is "Hr. ad linee." It More than ml ljuttcr msu r- ronohos cveryone. r,.ll'MI iieciipations are included In the list of 4(10,- (Kin policyholders of the Continental Casualty Company Till'. I. ARM'S'"' Health and , Accident Insurance Company l 'I Mi: WORLD) who hove paid lai'its for nod, louts or ailments. Tin y reside in every stale in the I nl'.ti. ,,r tin , COYl IM'.NTAL CM Al.TV ( (IMP AS V Is ti'.e ONLY Health and Ac. f cldeiil liisiita'n, . Coinpativ op- T crating in KVKRY state. T ll co.ts nothing lo find out I bow mil' ivi iimi: l M it- 4 A( i: , o ts. Ask A. W. RIKKIiR, -Ir., Territorial Manager, I 301-B Ltitia-Slrlckler I'Llg, 1 " Aroiiqncrque, N, M. r4-T UNIONISTS COUNSEL MOVES TO QUASH H MAN KILLED 0 LIGHTNING How looking pint of does for. pas.. thi-i It ill.' no .'.I p Mlt pl le ' e r wind Ill rnw tl rest. have i th. in. .me a I out C.e.iera! ai: ills for any , t Anti-l'i i. i Mii Castings, Pipe-- lion ho: trmights Manufacturers and con .ciol tor and ma. hitu-rv . Wrlle Works & Offices, Albuquerque, N. M. DYNAMITE EXPLOSION IN CHICAGO CREATES PANIC; DAMAGE ONLY SLIGHT t hiui",,,. June SI. A dvnan.ite , - ".I1M JWSI. .a t" "U'.WW ..V-V -M-f 4 ll'jM tt'ltf Rates To Eastern points, also Colorado and ITUh. The following are a few of the very low Round Trip Rates which will be in effect all during- the summer: "hlcago Kansas City .... St. Louis ....... Denver Colorado Fprlngi Pueblo- n.istouMuHs. ... Uulfalo. N. Y. .. . .$ fi!i.t 5 . .$40.(15 . .$4i.i'.r, ,.$.'3.70 . ,$2tl."5 . .$1S.1;, , .$93.(5 ..$7i.lG Ticket! en (tale dally .from June 1st to September 3th. Return limit Oc tober 81st Liberal utopovcr privileges allowed on both going and return trips. '- ' . j For any (jtljer lnf,ormutloii regarding Ihese rates raMSKsttatii I A ' l ' til - you nave no uioa now little calls for Glorieta Beer But our pleasure is only an amateur peiformance com pared to the satisfaction derived by you when you get the goods, j Phone 57 or 58. Southwestern Brewery & Ice Co. Albuquerque, New Mexico EXCURSIONS ItolM) s Ancclcs dotido Roach la !;iu Island Lo Re '11 Sa I... ii io;'o an: Reach nlu ll.n I. ira n FranoMco So So ( :. in I'i' Ti. k.-ls on sal. ..el It. i i.-tiirn 1 1. For detail or call on V. .1. .loll SON, Simla IV Agclil, SANTA fE strike v pump el .11' U! .. . l:aci:es imp "f .: " Jut about Jot) pillions an .hat von are hour on one te. 'o t ,,ur prices, they will tu-.sary. just attach U to ey ether pump and it wilt do lai ier nqii.is and pumps too. See us M l vn.dla Mela Metal inanutaelni Iron and steel I :ars li. aius and (liil r. Jobbers of everything or see us about it. plosion in a conduit of the Couinion ' wealth I'Misoii company in Harmon ilia, e, between Michigan and Wabash ( ?Z TnJZl and caused a panic ill several hotels ,l"' vicinity. - iiAT - .V't.A v .t..'. .- -i. - liM A .v.iAi the K (VY in Iron, steel vie Santa Fc New York $85.fH Washington, D. C $74.65 rililad.'lphlu 181. J5 Montreal $88.66 Cincinnati $f,4.()6 St. Paul, Minn $55.66 Detroit, Mich $ti6.6t Suit Ijike und ogden $42.60 all on or address . J JOHNSON, Asnt I.. i t wc appreciate those nice s - I I GO THIS SUMMER Tltll It VI I S ...j:l . . .$3 ... $3 .,,$:; . . .$3 ...VI 30. I mli.-r r..(io no 2.'i fi.UO ..mi '(.OH ..no 111, ;:u. lltltil Sept lllllll Nov ii.l'oi maiioii lost