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" THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1911.
CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. Mium. Itanses. Ila I iimi-blnr mlory. T'-l Iron lip, ln- and 1 1 1 1 :. I'lun bin,;. Ili-aliii",. Tin a,nl If""'' W ,. sis w. i 1 Mini. 1, m i i-iiom; jis. 1 Your BABIES need the CLEANEST MILK obtainable : MATTHEW has it 1700 N. Fourth St. -i - Phone 420 ttftttttft X CHARLES ILFELD CO. Wholesalers of Everything LAS VEGAS ALBUQUERQUE SANTA ROSA First Arrival Boneless Herrings Smoked Bloaters Rolled Spiced Herrings and New Mackerel 1 Ward's Store HOMER IL WARD, MgT t 313 ,Mnrlili ,, VUtnu: 2G i LAUNDRY WHITE WAGONS Strong Brothers Vruli-rlakt-M ami Kmlmlincr.. Frompt Srrvic Day or NlKht. Iflcphot trsidfnc Miii. Mrunjc Illk., ")wr ami sr,il. School Books and School Supplies BOOKS EXCHANGED We buy used copies of High School Books, Brooks Readers, Geographies, Histories and all Supplementary Books. , 4 We sell all Books at the Lowest Prices Hard Wood Ruler Free V Y V V V V y y y y y : v y y y y y X 1 1 T i ? y V fcAfc AfcataaV alaa alA jtA-jt4-tJAA aaWAaVaVaVAaVataVatlaVaaf Strong's Book Store PURCHASERS ATTENTION Vciv I nuil room lumtr on nmmldi pulmonis. To uifr ultli ritf-rnoin l.ri, !, Iioiim- mill fine front in a luiriiln. , iiomi: rti i,TV co. I'l'i I .hi nil POST OFFICE PHARMACY riirnrr 4th St. (ioM AWf. I'hnnf I3J ICvi I yililnif nrW nt 1reh, x 1 pt tlie rltTka. When Urrd of Hfp. cull on im. M'MIXI, TTI.VriOV I.N TO rui m uirnoNs. 0. K. Transfer Company, A fenaral trarmVr builoeu . conducted. .11,,' , , Phou ilU . , ,,. PATTY A MTItl'.S, rrwpa. In th. tv.nt Ih( yna ihnull ,.t rcl J,,ur l..IDi p.ptr l.i. ph,n tli. ffiMAI, TKI.kilRaPH i:o. giving jri.ur nam nl aildr.M t,l Hit iir will La ..lit.r.il b, .vt'ltl m,Mrif,r. Taa Ui lb v I. No. II. ID H Kw.r J M Th. tt,. r..rd will h p.ll fur th. mi anit oen.letlna of nrnD. ran lit .(.alloc Ccpl. of Hi. Wnrnuif Journal from th a'Un i.f utwrlhara. Jul'U.NAL, Plfcuamwa LOGIL ITEMS OF INTEREST AVciiilicr Herwirt. .Fur tii twenty-four hour eliding It 8 o'clock yesterday attcrnoon: 1 M; Im it tn li m ix r.it n tc. ii.", ; mini- Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond and Lakes of Killarney Are Visited By Albuquer queans ... See King Review Troops in Ancient Edinburgh; Interesting 1 Letter From Prof. Hodgin of University, En Tour With Wife Through Historic and Beautiful Sections' of England, Scot- j land, Ireland and Wales. ; Have you seen The new Eall SILKS ? BEAUTIFUL, SHIMMERY FABRICS .1 London, All? Aiininiii-ri'iit" MuriiiiiK Mill m, f i IIiiIk k", IIIIIKI. 'f :ilill.' ill It i. I ... I t I rlnlllh I' iiipi r inn 4u ; niih WALLACE HESSELDEN (ii-iicrnt riiitrrtiii. Hiiri- nn.l workmiTiMlilp rnunt. K!iniiiiiti' mure fur your niotify tliull uny oilier mnlrHi'tltiit firm In Allui iiurnun. Office at tti Superior l'lan InK Mill, rhonn 377. NORTH ELEVENTH MUCH IMPROVED St i out Commissioner Has Had Ruad Roller On Highway For a Wci'k and Result is Most Satisfaitoiy, L'S, 1911. Journal: II:ivliit rpri-lvnl illriTt i-vlrtinri' lrotn thri'o f ,i iris oi the MortiliiH Journ;il thnt my lctttir from Strut I'oril -mi- Avnn was iirintcil ;uiil roml by at Itimi tlion t hi . I ,im i'ro'onr.iK'il to wri i- i 7i' In l'.i' it uiitlcrntood, imw- r, tl.i.t only the IukIi plui'PB riiii he in i l. ('. n il only toiii hid by busy travel!'!. At CiimbrlilRf' the Bruit unKfrity wn ylnlti'd urnl we lived on Tinmp JllR'r.n Mlreet where oriin.iter ttic ex iri'KHlnti HiiIimiiin rlmlre." Mr. iloliwon owned n llvetv stable anil emalilNhed the rule of letting out horses in rotatlnii. ihe horse last in. ahonbl rest until nil the mliets wen' i-ieii iii their turn. We lulled the u.real i alhedia Is of Ely. I.inroln, York and Durham and went nr Into Sent limit. Sir Walter Siott'a hiiiiie at .b-li'ii.o nas imisl liiterPKtlnt;. since his fine library and Jelsotllll elleelK ere to be Keen, milt'h Us he leit (lo nl. EdinbiirKh W iiKanl bu.iiii'.ue trawlers , most llealltiflll i lt et t d h the A I- 1 about the en, nnd then. there nr.. assnelatii'lis and his- t"t hii h add to the Inten!. I There we fuiind the oh! home of j .I'llui Knox ot Adam ivll, and th,- ei he urn. Ihal lieiiii ;n -or ininisti real the first f I 111. Ill the old in. In,, olf CannUKate th li Here Is Something To Roll Over In Your Mind Dollar for dollar you qct MORE for YOUR MONEY in "Stein Bloch labeled clothes than in any others wc know of. You fjet not only FIT but the highest class of WORKMANSHIP in the tailoring world. This WORKMAN SHIP is what makes the clothes fit. Try on a suit to morrow here with us. at lv Ml' I. I -. l i I wl in lie n hi of Mi. t imul li i. Mi ill Ills b, u . b.-me. mill...- i .i hi it vein ill i.l Hip .11. i ..u-r k I ti.i'l. th.- ..ll-l - M ii 'iii 'I ii i n i.iii.i-..ii i b nansnse f.f ihe ' lis lei, It'll lei North i;ev.i,th .ind ni t.ii '! Sh im t 'oiniiils has been made t t h..roiithl an s u. . . i ih i:e i nl li w as .,n:; m; : nd a I . i i . r,( Iii t he mouth li'l:i. . mi a. . . mill of lis hill illeis. .tuis ami lllliell he lev, lid ihi'U .iii.l the lirniroviMiient ii" .!v aiii.'iiiiteil hy ttte i.'si. Smith ot I'l.nn use u her.' simp -ot marikinil, a.l- lliw ot elilolo- dinnv Musonie Street wo saw where It. .hide" Hiirns was made 11 M.iM'ii. Ialinhuri.',li wa.s ome ihe Imme of l.nly lirey, and theie still "tainlH the i, I.l hath house ot Mary. 'Jlleeu I'llH. where she M'tuel inns 1 1 k 1 1 1 1 k I iii ihe luxury l Hie hi'tll. The killl; a n, lleen 1 Iblbrno.l ,lllae lb iii I dinlini i.'!i. and w i - v lew his t I'm ps a en v . ' i ' ' in his i, in "! ie, fi.lUl lr ' I I 'i ' e M e . i,.f. Many In "i w ni i h men are in he of w (lib iTi nn .1 stoi,iiu: nor is.t the Km;; the l'.,o i a mi., n r I ea I . as', i' j monuments. Heeii in ei the I' th. II i ll tliitl se, tltill. IllUllito ail'hll. 1 I ll a ll, K'th Ml refill is ,i ISO I i' ' ' iii, I'.il ' i no U ined so ,'. I i I ii !"tu; l".., out north for ihe 'l"'iM ,m, I those who drhe nil 1, ..f I'lenslU'e. l'l!l Ms! Semi innr i 1 1 1 li t ii'ii io bi ll I, - l.ioil, I uill leti. :iiih M.. mil M'.imI.u, Ittltion 1 1 1 1 II I ( I ' T nl nine Mis U. MlSM Vhll. s. roiiith ST. .Ml m'i I l to e i; li-ti: ,,1 it I I' OSS I I't It, ' I one ot our own l.ltieoln, but tin' ' nili! ul of all is that ol S,r i' S' "It, oa ITIie es streer. ih. slop,, or ilte V, all. in. I hills. Ihe I I lit me Kl.."l'i. of th.' (Irne, iv.is seen 1 1 -1 ol.l btiiro ol..( Louis Slel etlsoll, with lis i live mark nl a Ih nil if ul urm.1'' se o, it in th ' I, 'i ni oi a Tlii- bet moldl hurtei to t) hml In ; thf eltv htk nt V. 1,. Trlmblf , 111! North m i end street. I'lmna 'i. , j If jnn iii'isl nrpfiit, Tclcplionr 1Ihim.iI'h iihnfii. ;t77. SPRINGER TRANSFER CO. Efficient Transfer Service till! h w I . , 1 1, e 111 ' i I .' -1 ti;iic "i.'h Ml, 'It w ; m IMtnl nrh t MHO' It ip 1,1 llllel'ltess s .ip ilrampiin lull niih the I '. i r 1 1 r i i 1 1 iiooiIli. . ' i r- p. ii te,l In Ma. belli 1 ' n seen nnniiii?. Ai liner- I'!. n e s pointed oil I 11 lli'l s i isl,. pmliably stood. Th e. p, u till illll l est illlj old ' n to ihe iini'th. are of i ei. si t pe and it is a n ini ,ht on a Mtmmeis" Sun. I te lt.ll (III the h'lIK twilli::!! i 'Ill's lei ,. , dinner I I " s e Is thioim.d I. the III. w lib people n i hnrehes on $20. to $40. II 1 1, is:,. Ti-.li. I2. French & Lowbcr Funeral Directors and Embalmers I adi Assistant, (lilt I II III AMI t i:TllI., I it I li e I'I o Mill. ''.ill I I Hot" ' I Kt 1'ini; .it nre. Iltlille hi i ns with Highland Ann, liltnr.ii .just openitii; ,ti liiiarii.ss . xhil.iti.'ii ol i .it 1 1.- ,,1 ' .' I! Tl.e tllie-t tl.t.T -'f ', I, m Mil was t he d I s ' 1 1 . . ! I i, 1 1 1 11 ill I III 1 1 1 e W II ll heir ami h.iii'. and in ai'tv lorests to:- luniks, ;Ls n Kne. n. me is th phone vimi Want; ( 'a ll I.'n e-1 i-Tw o w In li busy, in i n in r we resound so ipm k I iil'it,".! makes i on iliv. BRYANT'S tjiih k Piiroel lel. li in I MoHsenser. A Uitki iirrrju sdiool boy enro put it) a loot or HO 111 leliytll. Krom Inverness to Olxin, by br f.imoui, t'aledonian ean;il nnd I.iik' route, (rain hh what imnif travelers r--l?ard a trill fmt.il io that of th UUIne, In ome idaees the canal ivim Just wide fiioUKh. for boats to ,u.hh. with tree-ioiis metlns; over IiihiJ: then thp eomsf would lden into htki'H, Hint oi thf .Ness, bi Inn twenty mile-) long and nveraiiiK a mile wide. Aftff leaving Ob, ill, our llekets tailed for train in i.'Mlliinder. touch through thn Tro.-saehsi the wide wiiiiiled i ountryo rossini; tin- ' Hi m o' Turk" - - licKinnniK ol the lidy ot the Ijike country mule iHtiioti.s by Sir VV.ilter Seoti. Then by bo.tt ii. ros.s Ijike Katrine passim; i;i leii n Isle ' taking it t 1 ofie h i(iiiu to liners!), lid ivhoie a ubiinier awaited the crowd for a tlelinhuul sail the full b niith of lite ll l.onioiid, m. re than twenty miles. Thin Hraiully beautiful lake, with II. n txiiimnd l-nnl otiUT liens or mi iuii litiii uiks in view) tlie islands, the verdure, the plio id natr and the sliiKiliK ol Scoti h .soiikh by u HiimKow i hoir, as the set- lltli; Sllll iirt'llKht IWiliKht 111, I'lt a lasting piilunt In memory, evil ii ir Walter Scott had never written "1-tdy ot the l.,tkc." At lilasnnw Ihe biq "Scottish Kx ! ibitioii oi Art and Industry'' front May until u inhrr. wan on a little world's ialr aiitl tiiere we saw- things, titit heard line miiKic, the best in'in' a maiiil 11rs4.u1 leeltal, ill I'micf rt liali. bj l.puiare. who Is r''Kiirited by Albn 'luer'i'ie';': pt nm isiiio oiin organist Si. nib v Seder, iim one of the three i;r ateat 1 ru. mists l ie.' composers now b' Inj. At lilasKoM the bg Falrlielii ship works were lismal where 7. una nun ar,. 1 mplnw ,1 thf Kreal warship .New 'eal.irid heitin tintler eonstrtu Hon iit pn sent, 1 Uir next place of ilitctost is Air, where we iM.l.ed "laihlne' I'ltirnf li'i'iii toe leu ,,n which In- was born. 10 the crave st I itin.;rbs, whi.'h tmlUs his bones. Tin. ol, Tain O'ShantiT laictn still Mauds in Aier. .'.nd the bar today. disien.scH ilrink as it did to T;i in itiid S. mil r Johnny. W o stood on the UriK ' I oon, where Tain made Mi'K lly iso list when the witches 1 nun the Aula ivirk yard not iar away, wore giving; him chase. The old ensile of I'arlisle, i'.iiKland, is 1 might Willi (;rent hlHtorical inter est ussni iati tl with liftvlil I., of Scot land, Mail iiiien ot Scots, Elizabeth and scores 01 ntliers. An old port cullis stands intact and the niout i-s not filled up entirely. We Mood In the ilark.di-ui.'l dnnneon where 1. come I-. ix. iminiler of the rriciubs 1 linn ll. was once Imprisoned tor "conscicii, e sake." The cell has walls intern thick, not a ray of liKhl ami no ventilation save a 1 1 ri narrow slit in the wall ruining to Hie top nl th, ensile. In Hi,- limjish lake country we spi ut a Will i, with Kesivh k as the center. A.sl.i, iroin the ln-auty of the natural sen, 11 there Is ruin h Inter tiTeH 1 r 1 1 n hliiary associations, lure heinu tlie heme of fob rhlKo. W'ords- W "I t h ASK TO SEE THEM Rosenwald's Something New Every Minute Our fall season is well under vvsy and our line of Hart Schaffner & Marx Rcady-to-Wear Clothing is finer than ever. We want you to stop in and try on a model or two just to get ac quainted. It's a little early for overcoats but we will be pleased to show you some very classy patterns. Suits $20 to $30 Visit our Boys' Department for School Apparel. ImON STERN, THE CENTRAL AVENUE CLOTHIER. ,', me tiie chief mounter a woman alone in a heavy dray tart drawn by a ...tikri .'e l dozens of similar ones lor.iainiis from two or three, to ., h: ll llo II" li ',' hi Ml III, m hi mare a :u tually walk in tnarii v en people all saillv moiini a the little countrv church la y ,iere neariin; us we passed v. In the stieets of old Ken line lttle Irish woman was spinnine; wool on the sido 1 li, loioil old way. We saw mien viurk't.t in tin- liav llllKklli. w ho reside, t i tv-oie vein's. Jotiriial vi ill 11 jiia j PORCH, WINDOW AND DOOR SCREENS. WE ALSO SELL ALL KINDS OF MATERIAL FOR SCREEN WORK. SUPERIOR LUMBER AND MILL CO. 'How tile Jjodore.'' SIIKM'Sli'il at Keswic old hollle. W'e II lim melltiollillK h. Harrow -11, I", (Hi ol T'i ia.o Shelley mf Sonlilev, the one house tor tot -.Many readers ot the Mall the old poem Waaljluu-n (Co.; Iii S, Second .si, I IK . t.olilif 3' (Vrrllloa l,uiup fiallup Lump oUe, HAHN COAL CO. Corllloi Ktote Galltp 8KiT IMIOM: 91. ANTIlltXUTF. Al l, MIX STi:l COAI,. Mill Wood. I iicliuy WimhI. t old YihmI, utlie Kindling, llrli U. Ilif (lay, Santa If Itrick, oiiiinon llrlck, I .hue. lire Watern lonif lliiwn at The i.oilore lulls. 11 lib h this poem to Southei, air k Inn 1 in- 11 otll the poet s on to Chester men v nie points of interest ' ness. a c' -.in modi 111 .and the if trerkahlo old 'Harness Ahhi," Sil f lihile. w.ieie ' 1 1 11 f.'i I " was w iit in; 'he W'artoii 1 linti'h eoiibnniiiR- iiii-morla Is in tin t.imili 1 I 1 1 .ii',,- W'i.siitt'i.','! n. ano .Kenclil. a inniiufaciirlrie inwn. re lein d to In Shak,'lii ' 1 " it Henry IV. s ihe "ketid.il lirreit. color of clot.i At Wnrrincioii -ve v -i a , ,r wiliiessc 1.1 the HbcraHon of a nnni- ber 'f I skl'l.s Of 1,1, 1, 111' '.- ,'i '! 'OS II' a race, ,, test of their Hnl In ro-turiiin-I" the td, I.'.'., trim rlmli they sent I'hester is in.'iiiy marks w 1 r. a ipiailit old town with of the Human occupa tion ami Is somewhat linbiiie In hai iiik a lew streets called "The llmu," or two-slot y sideivrtlkn with' an upper tier of sioi. s. a (4rfnt ronietnen, e to ladn s when thry Khop on laiiiy or worm riais, as they -an ro to all kinds ol stores under continuous cover. W e experienced t,vo thrill at ches ler. the visit to Glndstone's home at H, maiden ensile, anions the forest fees, npnn the hills oicrhuiktiiK the i.Hley ol (he Pee, nnd a bith class 11" of polo l.elvveen the kill4 of Spain With his dashinn plavels. ami the team of the duke of Westminister oil tile 1,'ltter's III I unit ieii ll t estate. I'o'.o is like "shlnnei ." played on horses and Involves skill on Ihe pall of horses as well its nl men. Th" 1 speed m the same nets the wind of th,. horses In a hurry and tltev are . , hatiKeil every leu minutes. In litis i name the klliR's team won liv several Illllllts. 1 Into Wales we n.M R. ., I.lanilii dod, the finest watering resort of the j north. From here a run is t ikmi to ; Hie Iblf of Man (out in tile Irish sea) j where (lie) bale deV.-bipi d a race ol ; tallies cats, and wlier- Hall raino j wrote many of his looks. i From lletlws-y-coe, another en n h- ' 1 riff trip is enjoyed over l.lariliei is , I'ass. ihe ii'i. si 111 all a a s, ,,nr coachman said. Alo:il4 tliis trip we saw some of tlie croat slate uu.irl'ies whet.' Hie ap-( pearanc,. of mouniaiiis has b, eji j 1 'hatlKi'd by thf lOIIK l ontinlleti eT- j hhsii,. work done. j At t. 'a 1 nan 011, the interest i enter" ilumi the immense old c.is',1 in par tial ruins, where the room may be I .-e, n in which the lirsl prim e oi' Wales was born In lixa and where: do. orated IOr the occasion, me nisi ' prince of Wales was Installed thej other day. j Vu.in from Wales tit Holyhead, ni' hoard the steamer lor lteand. landiii); 111 lnihlln. a lity in whhh, nun h poverty exists. I'.elnrnitis; one lay from an Irish ianntit, car riiW around the I'hoenix paik ol I . sum 1 In i by Lord and I adv Ah, 1 deen's j iMato we wire e:iui;lt in an i x.'iteil I crowd on Sackvillc sil 'et, Mirriiuiul eil on fiery side in learn that we were oliserviiK Hie Initial li ps 1,1 t lie boiblin strike. Ihe news boys w , re on ,1 strike and were alter u ,;ut ,on-levltm- new spapers which were lorn into shreds: sticks thrown ai the driver. The police mad. ven feeble el'lolls to comrol tile situation ill tile start, and Hie vendition I. came ser ious in a day or two. At Liverpool vv watched tin' policemen handle tin meal crowds ol strikers with much skill and courage. Alter a few dais at Dublin our faces are turned tovvaul Kill.iiii.'), 111 tlie uinl-i of much natural auty. The ....I.,., ,.1 Inst ..Ilea I ititoti-M ..i'.. tl.Ks' astle, which t'roniwoll , p. si roved, audi Miu kross Abbey, which is the most t he.iutliiil with its ciiv imnnient ol thej ruined abbeys ye Seen. Tlie largest Vew tree In the world has urown up in the clol-tcr couit, having been planted by l-'r.'itn ist an Monks, timi vears in."'. Scott and Th;o ke:irv hoth wrote 1 ntiiusiastica lly of this abbey and i's siirriumdiiius. , Tlie I'ce.-t ride in nil ihe journey j yet was from killarney to I'.antn sev 1; --liv i.iil.s moior each, n little niti'Viiii 01 Hire", 1 an linn about sixteen Of eiuhtecll passenels each. t'nder lonir lanes ol Litulen trees! throunh lorests ol I'.efi h .,nd M.,un- tain ash, llloilvt the .llu I lakes witlij hanks ol terns, ny in -a t in r-i oi i red hills throiiKh ereat lallevs dotleil bet,. t n ii there, with liilds or meeti ind noli!, into tunnels cut out of solid rock, by treat estates of lorus and dukis. Iiy i;rent estates of lords and ouaiiit oid Irish lovin.i. our nurse pursued. A lew incidents of , i tt ip may bo tinn. W'e killed a ei,- wUi i , , 1 1 n ind dispalv h, and wit. nut on rt 1 ai ins the molor cur: mw a pin In the p' rlop run; wdH'si l it bmc Itri r.il itrocesslnn letl oy im priest aloiv m a jauntinR in", ti.llowid by aiiot'o-r lehiclc of the same kind, with Hie ilrlnr on one side a ml the on Hu sirappi d on the other suit-; tin c. 1I-.K and one as she hurried bare l"i l"i ' on one place to iiiio.i . -, mis lir.itiintr as jdip went. T Ai '.' ipa 1 1 ".' im n ca'leil attenti ,i ; lluir 'I'lir to this fait that vni'i W 'l s 111 He;, in!. 1 1,. I suvestitl'! ihiit they become more Industrious on their return to America. W hen I'm k is mentioned, i f course tin re conies before the mill I at oil' e tiie lllarnev stone, and thf ; Kin, lit was raised that tlie wonin did not need to kiss the Iliarn 'V spun, nnd they diil not hazard ibe 1 rdertakinu. As a hoy I read many times tho bountiful poem "The Shaniloti ll, lis." by Father front, and iip nun li pleased to see these bells In the old Sh union church in 'ork. "by ihe pleasant w liters of the riier Lee." Not null to no up hi the hii;li tower 1 i se,. tin in. but to hear their siren i hinies nif tlie i;nod old Irish sextom who has ranis them for many a yea1', tuned tiiem. fisht, representing tho miles of tin- scale and played several hymns and tunes, in, ludiim "Lead Kindly l.inlit." "Annie Laurie," and "The i Hii Folks at ,'lome.' At the i. Id town of YoiiKhal a lew miles lrotn I'mk. Sir Waller Kaleisn planted the lir-t potatoes in Ireland, and indulged in his American tobac co, w hich i t -allied in bis heinir dash, eil over viiiii water when his servant saw the s'lioke ciirlinu l nun bis nias- . 1 ii a ti ra int"i'-.- I'T the J'rst time. A public Sv hool bo ol AlbllOU, T'llir unci1 said in ail ; on tnh o . .ui,l Sir Walter Itulciith and riiliiicens "If it hat I'i'" l.ei II toe the dlscVerv "f America, We would rtenr h.i.e Oeetl bothered With lolclceii," In i lositiy 1 wish to Impress a fit on New MoNioo p. i'ple that i. tlct we'ie trivel.'d hii i 'reds of mil. s in Ihe British Isles ar'.l bale f.iiii,, ev celb nt roitds and s teets ei eri w h, r-'. and what a sati'a lion it is. c.ai. tinue to push for ,'i oil stieois in A' i'lt'itleripie and ipiod rnads in Ni , Mexico. F.aiivo.uls do lint cms-' en a level, one must no untler the nth, , Neither do the cniiniry mails , r,,ss on a level with the railroads; tin, en above or below, hence no acci dents at erojcsnuis. W'e leave Lombui ',,r I'aris ei lemb.'.' 1. and will rei'iiie mail lor inany vveks in cure of .Xmerican 1A press i'i niiiiinv, II Kite Si ribe. Talis. France. SOLD FOR CASH ONLY On account of th enntrnct nutdp covernliii; the sale of ndnptfd Text Honks, Ave nre compelled to sell Grade School Books for cash only. STRONG'S BOOK STORE 0. A. MATSON & CO. A6 LANKET SALE WORTH WHILE Beginning tomorrow, Monday the 11th By fortunate purchases we arc enabled to conduct this third annual blanket sale, and offer to our pa trons the largest assortment of blankets ever shown in the city. We have purchased these blankets at a great saving and offer these new fall blankets at great price advantages to our patrons. The high quality and exceedingly low prices which we quote, com bine in making this o ffering decidedly unusual. The merchandise is desirable, the lines arc complete, the prices are unequalled. Purchasing at this time, in any of the following lines, will mean material savings. We will also include in this sale all our bed comforts at prices you cannot afford to overlook. Fine White Wool Blanket, Fine Plaid Wool Blankets, Fine Gray Wool Blankets, Fine Fancy Wool Blankets, High Grade Cotton Blankets, Crib Blankets in all Wool, part Wool and all Cotton. A Full Line of Blanket Robes. - We will also include in this Sale all our Bed Comforts at prices you cannot afford to overlook. ferguson & Collister