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THE ALSUGDEF.CUE MGSNIN3 JOURNAL, FRIDAY, KOVEV.SER 10.1S11.
THREE pFT ASSISTS IfJ THE NATIONAL BASEBftLL WESTGARQ STUGK1N SPORTS! COMMISSION 10 RIO PUERGO FOR ! MEMORIAL INVESTIGATE FOUR HOURS IHDMH SCHOOL ISiPHIHGETON 'ELEVEN President Fthdpal Speaker at Exercises at Birthplace of the Mart red Lincoln at Hodgen ii!e, Kentucky, Ticket Scalpi; Seagal G:cw ir. Out of Wo: id's Series to Be Fully Inquired I -to Responsibility Haced. T.viot Tie cr.ei c No Cai Aioie, Sas OUT TO CAPTURE UNDEFEATED TEAM ShcJd Tty Wcskaid, DEO A BHAMPIDHSHIP Lccal Eleven Expects to Clean up Intercollegiate Football Teams; High School Most Formidable Rival. The I'niteJ States Indian school football teem, is confident of winninp the intern ho.astio football cham pionship of AlbiUjUcrnue before the lpscnt reason is over. The only res I opponent they fear at this time Is the High School eleven which un der the tutorship of Alton of Minne sota. i-s making great headway. In order not to be outdone in strenuous training the Indians have arranged a game with the univer sity for next Thursday, and they ex pert to play the high school on Sat urday, November 18. Undismayed by their defeat nt the hands of both the high school and the Indians, the Menaul school eleven is working hard and expect to be able to turn the table upon both teams on the occasion of the next games, fhould this occur they will be tied for first place, in fact it will leave the championship in a somewhat dubiouR shape, as another game all around will be necessary. The high school leaves this after noon for Las Vegas to take on th" Normal university team In that city on Saturday. While they do not ex pect to win the game, still they are full of enthusiasm of what they will do to the Normalites. RACE RESULTS. At I utonlu. Latonla, Ky., Nov. 9. Leamance Win. me ieuure event at Lalonia to day from a pood ik'ld ot distance horses. Singer was second and torn tniru. Kdua surprined the talent in the fifth race by winning lrom Hazel Hurke and Princess Calloway. A good crowd attended. Hesults: First race, six furlongs: Merry Peau won; Joe tiebold, second; Vile, thid. Time 1:16. Second race, six furlongs: Detect won; i.cacii saml, second; Mudsill, third. Time 1:15 2-5. lnird race, six furlongs: Free Lance won; Pliant, second; ttrosseau, third. Time 1:15 3-5. Fourth race, mile and seventy yards: Lemance won; Stinger, seconu, font, third. Time 1:47. rath tace, mile:Edda won; Hazel Burke, place, second; 1'rincess Callo way, tnird. .Time 1:42 4-5. Sixth race, mile and an eighth: John Furlong, won; My F'ellow, sec ond; Sam iiarber, tnird. Time Put) l-a. At .liiniclovin. Jamestown, Va., Nov. 9. The rar ing today was featureloKS, the track was heavy and the Yields were small. The card for tomorrow Is a well bal anced one. Summaries: First race, six furlongs: Fie Straight won; Mad Kiver, second; Lady Mc Goe, third. Time 1:17 2-5. Second race, Seven furlongs: Chil ton S'piaw won; Gold Cap, second; High Flown, third. Time 1:31. Third race, six furlongs: Minnie Bri cri t won: lad of l,nngdon, sec ond. Eaby Wolf, third. Time 1:1. Fourth race, mile:Caps!zo won; Martin W. Little, second; Suffragist, third. Time 1:4 J 2-5. Fifth race,- mile: Simllke won; Wood Dove, second; Ked Jacket, third. Time l:4ti. Sixth race, mile and a sixteenth ; fgrt on: ,'Plcne, second; Maro nfa, third. Time 1:51. Coffey Ifc'Sts Ixmslirey. Sew York, Nov. 9. In a fat rough fi?ht here tonight. Walter Coffey, a Californian. defeated Young I.ough ry. of Philadelphia, in a ten-round bout. Jeff Smith was scheduled to met Coffey, but owing to a. broken 'land, was unable to fight. Philadelphia Team W Int. Havana. Nov. 9. The Philadelphia Jistinnsla defeated the Alrnendarea baseball ttam, J to 2, today. XOTIf r. kniiht of Columbus pica-- settle "ln-.iile Inn' tickets - smm m Pibu with fr ian,i,,fi Bt ttw 'irnt National hank. INCORPORATE YOUR v BUSINESS ' Ca Kaaen't N Mtxlca Corp or oon Uw Rui Md Form Cornell M to data. useful riids for eorporm.lon of .'-!? "ornyi and iglnr. To no nth sr. It hu ryttlog la "n boot Territorial laws on ALL elanst corDoerlon; Banking;, BulMhw fwr a Bn'olnt, Induarrlal, If in. n Ins,fanr.a. W ercantll. Mhi "J. Railroads. Taxation. t&, WW pOrBopio Irrtvjatlott nt Mlnlns Cn pnhltahe.it drf0'81 TTrr for DnrTti Ml1 m,n ot en Bnr?. 1 DMr: rsferene.a. fnot turinl. 2,t-,!b," Tsrrltorlal Irrt ! i!'LStarfl Laws wftU-n aapi t J ."'. Tsies:- R,rM st ,tT. 9. Rinm " i nr g(j r - i M l T?u, 3.1 jnsa, bar.krm blndta. OF THE BIG FOUR Orange and Black Has This Ad vantage For Season 0er Yale, Harvard, Pennsylvania . and Cornell. New York, Nov. 9. With the Harvard-Princeton game and Its Inci- "dents now written in football lore and the Crimson followers wondering Just low it happened that the Tigers won Trinceton supporters have the double satisfaction of pointing to the triumph of their team over Harvard and the fact that Princeton Is the on ly one of the once powerful 'big four'' lhat has not been beaten tills season. Where Yule has been beaten by the Army and Harvard by the (iranir and Muck, the Jungaleers have yet to feel the stins of defeat. True thov have teen tied in two games, I."'i!i:h playing them to a 6 6 tie nnd the Navy holding the Tigers to a scoreless tie. Fenn has been badly beaten and Cornell too has been forced to take a secondary place. As the record now stands Prince ton, In Addition to not having been defeated, has had fewer points scored against her than Yale, llar.a.'d, Perm or Cornell. The six points credited to Lehigh are the only tallies which blot the Tiger record. Harvard has an account nun Inst her of eight nnlnts which spelled victory for the Orange and Mack Saturday. Ynlo comes next with Hik ) lilts ngaltiHt her. Six of thes.i lopivs.'iit the score that yielded the An.jy n vic tory over the Ulue. The other three were made by New York t'nlveralty Saturday, when the University Heights lads kicked a goal from Held. Pennsylvania has had forty-seven points scored on hpr a.id Cornell I as had twenty-five poinU si ored ly oi poncnts in the games to d it '. Each of these teams felt th result of last Saturday's gunici. Otneil won, but at a rather he-.tvi1 cost frotr. the scoring .standpoln', fc r Vllilnmn tallied fourteen points ugalnsr 'hr big Hod team. Pennsylvania, , on 'he other hand, was beaten by t'-i" In. dlans by a score of lfi to i "'onioH s single defeat of the sei.HOii was f.t the hands of Perm Sttte. The l.Ulct team only had a flve-poln m ire,tn ( ' victory, but It must be 'on "Mb ri d hat the Ithacuns, too, won several of their games by narrow margins. Plttsbtirrrh and ttberlln each tallied three points against Cornell on Held goals. Penn IWore feeling -h? I 'h i-.f dp. feat as administered by th. Indian was beaten by TSrown bv a "ire of (1 to 0. little Gettysburg, too, ji'Med three points to the Quakers' burden bv kicking a goal from Held. Put these scores were little by romp it-lnon wilh the thorough trouncing the Pi-nn State team gave to the lied and Hlue eleven. The State players rolled up twenty-two points on the Quakers. The best Penn could r.r-ore tigalnst them was six points. Hut the West Point team Is the only one of the conceded football leaders that has not been sr-ored on f.r beaten this year. The cadets took the Klis Into camp, and many foot ball followers are bemoaning the fact hat there is no Harvard-West Point Cimft this year. Still, Georgetown gave the soldier boys something of a Mp scare last Saturday when the southerners held I'm le H;tm s futur" generals fo a no-score tie. Annapolis has not been beaten this vear. but the midshipmen have been held to a scoreless tie on two oecs. sions. Princeton performed this feat and Western Reserve repeated the rf.unt. Tn addition Johns Hopkins scored 5 points on the sailor boys and A. & M. tallied against the Navy on Pat u May. P'-nn State Is another eleven whlh has gone through the season with a splendid record. Brown and Iwrtmoufh have shown up well, but. neither ele.ven. leems riiit as strong as last season. The story of the prlnceton-f fa rt'f(f game has been tolr) in many- thou sands of words. P. tit the result has rurnished football followers with plenty of food for thought. Prince ton's victory, unenpeeted a it. was hy the experts, has put ft new phase in the football sifnaMon this season. TTie Tlarer nvist b"i considered a liks ly foe for Yale and a stronsr contend er in the race for inturroilefflafs honor. To Off fs Moines sm!ilfe. fe Moines, U., Nov. 9. N. L. tVNetr, president of the Western league, arrived here today from Chi cago for the announced pnrposw of disposing of the local frmchlse, t'v ownership of which dipot"d be tween hiii-seir snd Charles ComiHkey of the Chicago Anierican- I'-agu'1- The price fixed; 2MHV f'" percent advance ovur thaC at which Hi.fgins disposed of his holdings. The league eteentlve announces that the. purchaser most make good the hisses sustained hy the cluh follow ing thrt sale this summer. A fTonwholif Wilflrni That stoos coughs qiiicklv and cures colds in Foley's Honey and Tar "'"" nound. Mrs. Anna pelner. 2a3fl J"f ferson St., an- omiiha. Nelv, '.': T ,-an recommend P'oley's Honey and Tit Compound as a r r' f,,r -oughs and cold It enrd mv noigh-hnr- Mt B-nson, etired hei-sclf ami her' whole family with Foley's Hotter . tr ...I B'.nnrvnun in our rTieighhojfhood speaks hiljltly of It. J. Ht MotwI( 4ensl Set tn tr HiVlKeimPc. K , Nov. S In s dnisiing rain, ten thousand persons from sll sections of the nation, toda assem'ol.d t the Lincoln latin, near hire, to take part in the dedication of the crsmte temcle mhuh enshrines the cabin In which Anrsmsh Lin coln w:s toin. one hundred snd two years ago. The skies cleared, however, short ly before President Taft was tntro-dn-cd as the principal speaker. For mer tJovcrnor Joseph . Folk. of Missouri, president of the Lincoln Fsrm nvsoclatton, n-slded, Introduc ing President Tait, who spoke tortile nation. Governor Augustus Wilson, of Ket'.tiuk.v, who spoke for Lincoln's native slate. General John Pl.o k, for mer lomiiiandcr-in-i Mcf of the Grand Army of the Keptitillc, who spoke for the .soldiers of the north, and General John It. Csstleioan. of Kentucky, who tpoke for the sol diets of the south. Senator William K. Porah, of Idaho, delivered Bll d dress on. "Lincoln, the Man." Clarence J. Mackay. treasurer of the Lincoln Farm association, spoke of the work which had I ecu accom plished by the organisation. With the close of the everclscs to .lay at Hodgonv Hie, president Tan and his party continued on their trip to Nashville and Knowllle. Tetin. The president's tour will etui at Washing ton Sunday morning. NOISY 1I41)M1' 11)11 TUT AT Nsltim: Nashville, Venn., Nov. Presi dent Tuft arrived here tonight at:.10 o'clock, nmld the booming of twenty- one grounds In the state capital rounds, He was Immediately taken lo an auditorium, where he made n brief pence address. From the auditorium, lie went to it locnl hotel, where he was entertain ed nt a biitniuet. At i a in., h" will leave for Sewntiee, Tetin., where lo morrow he will address students of the I'nlvirslty of the South. Mr. Taft Wns met lit the station by Senator Luke Leu, Governor Hooper and Judge Dickinson, former scire- tary of war. His escort consisted of ptate militia, confederate vetcrntis and l!oy Scouts, GIANT mTrGER OF NEW YORK CENTRAL Chicago, Nov. Humors of a merger of rill the New York Central lines under one general llnnii' lnl ami operating management ntlended tin visit to Cbli-ago today of 'Willlnm C liiown, president of the lines, and William K. Viinilerbllt, Jr., Harold Vanderlillt. W. II. Newman, Marvin Hughltt, II, II, Ledyaril, C. F. Italy and C. H. Hclienff. None of the visitors would d!cus the report, though they sali) II had been heard before by them. They raid Ib' lr chief object was to visit the lines operated under tint control of the N.ew York Central, toil to what etnl they declined to say. Such a reorganization of the roads would hi1 one of the largest rwidlusd mcnts of railroad firm tires ever made In America, LIEUTENANTSEVERELY PUNISHED FOR CRUELTY ICHVenworth, Kits., Nov. 9. Hei -ond Lieutenant S, K. Hand, fif teenth cavalry, learned lod-iy that the court rortal which recently tried him. had reduced him fifty grades In lineal rank, Lieutenant Hand, it is alleged, drove bis private horse into mud hole and left it tin re until it died. If also was i barged that. Ie failed to perform l is duty us an offi't-r and dlsobiyed orders. Lieutenant Hand was foun t guilty last summer of drunkenness and was sentenced to be confined within the limits cf (he post to re. He had not completed bis first sentence when charges were preferred m gainst Mm for ft. second time for conduct un becoming an officer. Indicator lirt frfrfl .fol. New York. Nov. . Klmer Klls worth Brown, former f'nited States commissioner of education, became chancellor of New York Cnlver.fy to day. Ie lrt l!elin.i Title. Chicago, Nov, 9.--Alfred fe Oro, thrce-f -usrrion f.iltiard champion, re tained his title tonight, winning ths third snd last block of fifty points, In his LVi-poinf match with Georgs Whr-eier. fo i ro rin out in the e' ?hfv-first infiifto- with a gMftrt total of Lift against Whee'cr's 119. Th "cores tonight were: f ttn 5a; Wheeler 45. Jfigh runs: Wheeler 9; L" firo .. High average: fie fto, M": Wheeler. .352. Cirand average, fie Gro ,7fll; v heeier ..mi. PIANO BUYERS I TVrite NOW to Th Kniglit-famf.-Veil Music, Co., Iienvr. Crtlo., tnt their illustrated catalogue, price snil tirnis, and hig list of special' Ps!1 gains in slightly used pianos snd Player- Pinnrei, A GIRL'S CHANCE No gii-i can afford to enter woman hood hampered' by ill health and1 iier vonsness. Whether she expects to he mit-tress of her own home or instead cHooses fl-.o independent life of the "liac.heior c;li'l" that seems so attrae. rive to mum', she will hai'e full need of all her sii'engt i. Kwry girl is entitled Co- a fslr 'hnnce, You ran better yoor young dangliter's chance hy ivinur her Vino! to make Her strong at the critical time to her youn life. It is a remark able tonic having ail ih trailve pnv- nept.jeH of rod liver oil and iron, yet belmr free from grcsse, and Is de licious to take. Vinot makes all sorts of weak, stekly people well snd sironit. Mrs, J. G. I'-irown, Anderson. Ind,, suvs hr daughter was very ill, hut Vinol made her Walt it id hejilthy Yon get your money buck If Vinol does not please you. X. H. CP R tolly Co., druggists, Alhu'iuor-iuo, N', M, B Mnewlwa Veetsl I eese4 ) C.n. iiinsii, O. Nov . Yh-t the National Paehll c-moii.n Im ob tained evidennp ngaidnig ie vhsrgf that ticket mat ping w,i prex aUnt dur ing the r rent wo'ld evie in N w York and Philadelphia, wss Indu-sted to.lsv when the (vihiiiiii.vn definitely decided to pursue an Investigation. A meeting will be held In the com mission In New- Votk en IVv ember It t which the rull of the Itw di lation will be annonn. .-d. Not a an 'dance of a clue s to along what hues the Inv pstlgstlon Is i, be con ducted or what tnld.n.e was dls plavrd before the met (leg today, was made public. The ,-ommlsslon decided bv a tman im.ois vote that In the future, the t'eket sales for worlds set lea games hall be t nnltlcteil bv business rep resentatives of the commission, tinder ihe direi I supervision of ll member. If the Investigation pew under pro nr.'SM develops proof that warrants such ml loll, the commission will, In finding, lis the t eponiblty, re gardless of whether n diih or any "f Its employes b affected. tf, on the other band, no substantial testi mony Is produced that either n club or tiny of Us officials or employe are at fault, the commission will go m record as exonerating them. The , ommlsslon was In session for (He bonis and th malnr part of Ihl time was devoted to the ticket sculp ing ipiestlon. Messrs, Kdward furrows, of Toron to, unit president Hleln, of the Itnf f n In club, representing the Patetn league, appeared before the romltlls don titid presented rmjtipsls that the l.astiin league be eleialnd to diall er i la s:--l f b'S I on : that thp limit of drafted and pun phiveis by the nialor leagues bp lowered nnd the di n I t price Increased, t The National riuuinlsslon looked wild favor on the reipieel, nml In structi d Ihe Knstpril'ltigiip represeitl ativis tn take thP nintier tii with Ihe Niilional hmiu latloli and report hack to the comuilsslort at lis meeting III New- York on liecemher II. 1'lnyi r Williams over whom the Sin I atnetilo Club and the tlnstutl American league, club has n conltov- ersy, was declared a free agent. I'lnver llverest, drafted by I'llls hurg ftoui lite t'Jini iiiston, W, Vti , t luh, whs awarded bm h p-il iiy from Cbal b f-tiui out of the drafting price and Ihe eontitilsslon ntinoiineed thai itt future i a;-"S w here H I lull I iinhot meet )m obllgnllotts In regard to the salaries due lis playels, thai It shall not be reinstated Into otgatil'd Imse. ' It until III" obligation Is made good. Santa Fc's Ocnfiral CouTisrJ De clares Proposed Protective Legislation Vill Cripple Some Linos and Bankrupt Others, Rr Mnrnlnn Jnnrnsl HrM feaaeil wlrs Washington. Nov. Unnkrnfif'-y for some rsllrosds snd deterioration in the service of others, was foro (ssfed foday before the employers' liability snd workmen's compensation commission by flardiner ffithroo. who took a gloorov view of fhe pro posed protective legislation. Mr. Tftfbrop, who Is counsel for the Atchison, Topeks snd Pants Ke rsiiwsy, erpresse,! grave doubt to the prohntdiit of obtaining author ity from the interstate commerce commission to reiki Increases in rates vrhlfh hi fid would be rices- sary ff, roeet the rosf of the propose! insnr.-ince, i Mr. Moon, of the commission. Was inclined1 fo he reassuring. He- expressed1 the opinion that tha frvm rr.isrfon could uch evpreision ?is wooti force roe Interstate com merce commission to take Into ac count1 the added burden upon the roa da, The railroad attorneys g.ive fhrt eommission roueii advice relntive to the rh:iti.ftpr c.f Ihe bill. Absolute uniforroify of opinion among? the lw yerrs was lacking. Alfred P. Thorn, of fh. Southern rtiU'Sy, snnonnced hiniself an advocsre of rhe proposed legislation and ur?ed' a compulsory richer thin to optional' law. Mr. Lnthfop and Benjamin l"'. Warfidd, of the r,ouieil!e and Nashville, fav ored rhe optional .'ystem. If. f. Ftond. represenrlnsr the pal- timore and Ohio, erpinmed the in surance svsrern vhich for nt'.r than thirty years has been in operation hy his coi'cp-tny. I-re said the sysfeivi wait acceprshle to the men and had been pff.vTivp in relieving1 hffdshlfs. fre opposed all plans looking to the commutation of ivmiMits, because as he said the hcnet'iei.t ries Of lump' Sum puvmems nrc s andalously rnbhed'. W. If. .fohnston. reivrfsenting goy- ern-meiH em-ploy, made an argu mertt1 for more i:lvral silowances un der the government: employe's' lis IMl'ity hill. He thought1 the dent ft henertf shrtnld h piiiiiI- to nvrt years' saktfy Insteitd of LATHRDP PICTURES GLOOMY FUTURE FOR RAILWAYS A. K W.sik it.t and th- tct s, , ttentsi t.M-n-ig v o'v att-ied at 1 s- j Buna at 1 1 ,v. n. Tu'ds wn'n. Coi dmg to line! niation t r iv .-t v I rev. tav ov iv-t S' iVt e hei-e noiw i Wuss at latona. Ae.cvdig to W, the p-viiv we,, m,, v f,v- i.niv , hems n tiie ltomt ef the lun l'i co arret o and while Irving to -n. the fanher l-srli nod sp nt three t some hours in thr-e othet rfnk h Is let went hee act I a mio a. Wesifeaid and the tccvlsts nuice that the him p., fvooi A IHiniiei-.ine to IjiEiiei tuts u . n the vvott ef th" entile nip u,-m ,vv Viok. s e,(. cSr Stt IH-tV-,! Oct ,11 the Ubl Pllrl eo bad to loip ,.ni (lie co behind and the pnitv vv.i. n.nttv extwnst.-d when the (,i mid ii-le an earn bad a lat heen vt.-gotHt,.,!. (do. k and (in kle had to l-e n, .t Westget.t a-l Vises tllMt 11,1 , . I. ave !hiiiiiel',ii,. oer this tonic i.me, es It is tiinate to tlitvel t-Si-epi In pills Ti,. put it left logntto hi II a m Nov. on schedule time. As t v.-sult of the Visit of the pain Weiss wide, t,(t he will lav Itt a npph ef BiwePue or following i ins which may get n al Hlho s store. ANilHIMl PHI V AHUM I i n unnu in nil' (inr T. W. Palrid.lld and (rttnllv of IU e of t'ttitwit, Kansas, atilv.'.! lote vc. letdav mottling ett fonle lo I, us Ati gelea In n Hudson Thiitv five iai and tcpotled ttmt two MHehell tli ate follow Intr llirni and nfe ep ti d ! gel III lid o today of lomot't oV. A it ' it bet cat- ffolti New Votk Is nil t'le toad, bat lug been delayed nt Watt' n Mound by the (ilcittpt in teemer n bd of guns and eiiilpinett( si den cut (if the i nr. All these moloi in -tie op the tvnv lo I .os Atigides. 1 he l-'nlrcltlld pnrtv will probiildy ' up liiihiy. If these cats k"ip on coming through in so' it hlimhMS It Ml be absolutely oei ia. irv lo take lium" dliite steps tn fmn't'h a safe erosl't al Ihe ttlo I'neieit and the mutter ttjl, likely be In Id bifida the eotilily run. mlaetoliPls. 4. l,,v IUIM I In ce Ulllt tJtitt. Nowata, okla, Nov. I.-Pred Wlntiniird. I? vent -old, playfully p'dnt ed ft shot Btin at his three elr eniti panlons all g"d 7. at the home of his father near here tod'tv. tnd w li'-ti the hu) tinltit'-etionallv pulled (he rliner, Itergip Nli fio find Mad -o f!ii.fi-in fell died wllh their heads shot an"U' and Kill til Klsber received wound from which she will die. ItUle Khl Miller Ioiim''om. f,lrerioo, N'nv. !i . i,-l. Kid," the ticgtn wellerwi li'lit, totilghl knocked out Johnny fummei-s, the Itrltlsh fighter. In the set ond found of scheduled twenty round bout for the welterweight championship of the world. ttnoMi TnrMoslon Sued. Indianapolis, Intl., Nov. f'ooth Tarkltiglon, the sntltor and ;I.ty Wrlgbl, who arrlvd ft It's hnttis here yesterday to sp'rid th wittier, Was sued today for ll'i.fdi'l damiiecs hy (feorge W. Wf iaeiihan, who rtllegns he whs fun down bv Ihe 'Is rk itigfnri nu tomoblle on July I. I9M. Mr ""r.rH Itigfon was in r.'irtipe nt the time of the accident. The car was driven by Oorifird I, other, Tirkinctori's t'hsuf four. ' Pincp niifcreni o I ttils. Cire ioioif i, f., Vc". S. --lfalHnc America as the "Mother of Pence" fti" third MOO'iil conference of fh Sor tety for the Jiidlcl-it Settlement of Inferrisfktnal plspnpas'. ended this evening with a lemon"! at (ha fttisl nrss Men's Mnb. at which Pocrcfary Knot was the principal spe;tker. Cloan floors and doom with Add a ViHh GaU tinti in your $cr jhh?, water, and you can tUan yu( Hoots, thorn tiT( wocdwDrk in fl jiffy. CM h'iiXh sficli sct'Of hi tieflri sei" thst It does f!)9 hnrdesf purl of the work, and rc-qulrss Ydlh scrubVin h flow tfio vork; yot? simply aid it. &A& IHsi will ih ffie wot trtttct than sonp or any fthf clansterr friflking yotif wood work look Jib new, For cleaning anything end sverything aho'it the house nothing is so (!iickly effective is Dust. It's tha clean 'mi marvel of the age! fto rtrtf mtt hrtrijr, in with G 01-0" 6 t)$t. A ' 1 tf prjST htrt '1 dprtir-j iM rlrfinnis! Q"1! , tiril in t f rfr.rtl '.if fn?fi wi hitt in form. ".ef the tiVXT TWN3 ioynor atorl js mm Tt.p wi ;inw.,i 1 1 . n iiw itpjiiiii 111 11 jiiji j BIJST rr'1iHtr J P. Is I SlStCeSAUH eto T1'- M -hhatva Rnl.tn. "tar.gf' KN'S "All ivi prtvtf (f "All-Wee!." Color ftfvl, tH, I nt h stilt -li.ilr fiftd Mltrtd, trlth nttM,jr ft! Mm ittlttffs sto nl. pt y n? fltilslt rot rJtij!lfsteri In arty othtr ltpt!btt -oicc I clittltlttff. MiK -' in 'or HelrsMn mod?! of gpssott frctt toHWf ': .1 flftsj c. A. 9. t," ":;h:tvti (,,'. Cbthrt (Che'fT Ttc Pfsn.it fre tin'iiiestkittt My the stnttrlfltd rltlths; of Atrjerlrri. I !' t; Is why s sp tltefti, H int bltstitti (;l;tthM tee fp'r RunrBtitesd. If a s.;lt -t ovetcieit with tde Rirsrltlinutn Inftel (Vbertr Tree Brnnfh aii'twaar-f flats- In fal-tlc, pry lrtiprectrtti (n frtsklrt", ts will fettim the frmriejr. rthft, l? fo ftv The Rlrst hhsitm $1 "Pitt" top trisf or tde ftr,.f.t.s.,?r, f "I " Prtlsr " Otfpf etisl - hrtth YtittnKrel') t-ir.de;. t n lh pttpulflt Ksglito itjtle-graceiul nljouldt rs tut t c i -klrts. Golden Rule Dry.Go nli Ot, Clothing S'cth-i mm compel 0110 GI E E Holds Up Cashier at Point of Rifle, Gels Paper awl De parts; Arrested Later Lor As sault, By Marnlag Innrast gsrts; IsssfS Wfrrf Polio Fmirche, P. !., Nov. Walking Info th" ftnfe ft.-' fife of ffu 'eff, Wyti,, a short distttnee from here torl;iy, Ashcr Kriepper. ft rnnt-het, lev elled a rifle at f'shfer Storm, forced dim fo turn oyer a f.rornlsory note d-rnerl tiy Knepper and then handed (the rifle oyer to one of several by irffinders and ealmly walked uitside frhe brink, tore siii tt.p note and went h ' tn Knepp.-r l.'ife wn arresrert ari l de!,( in the district court on n rharee of assault with a dangerous weapon, ffe wns fpe:is"d rm bond. KnfpfiPr Malms IiP envt Ihe nofe fri oiiestion to his roothfr-in law for a Vifia ehec(r, which proved to he worthless. f. it tor the rriofdef In la .v r-laced the nore in the hunk for col lection nod he took summary action today, when the hank officials re-fused io return the rcte to turn. WARSHIP RFSPOHDST TO FALSE ALARM Pome, .v. !, The di-p-,feh of thr f'ntti-il Stares cruiser Chester fn 'frl I f prill was c iir-ed by false reporf-i cir J cul.arc.- from Malta that Tripoli hnd I been retaken hy the Turks, accord - t 'fig fo press telegram. utirn fti" f'hester arrived, the commander cnf an officer fo the A re erica p consulufe. 1 "We have cornc from .fata (it full ''peed," said the officer to (tie Ameri ca ft Con:;ul John '!, Wood, "to pro tect you," The consul cvelalmed In astonish mPnf, "F'rofeef us against whom'.'" The of'leer evplalnerf f tint ftjere was a rumor nt Malta that, three, thousand ffallans had hcrti killed ntui ?everar wounded a,n,( that Tripoli had surrendered to the Turks. L .. A Mor-e flilcf fids A way. S'-ui ftcrriardlrio, Cat., Nov. 5.- V. ft. I'ord. an alleged curie rttsfd-r, t'itritert -t In.pcrlut, Cal., l-ar-d to day from n pti-sengcr train if Vlctor ville and c-aped. Ford had been nrresfed at pocit. Ilo, Ida., on a telecraphlc reiue-t and was la choree of Sheriff Meadow?, of Im perial, on hl-i way I'o-i; for trial. M ... Try a Journal Want Ad, Results M OT rrft.t5 v,r - Woo!" Suits am! Ovrrcnntn at $15. $18 and S2a No cuewt'ik but iliemlcpl lest Free to Ranchmen We drive published a itatitl ! d tiooklel Hfion lbs sithecl of ''emctit anil Chnctets nn the Pntich.'. ff you contemplate snjt phn strttctlofi on ymtr fanch rhlef. you desira in msks psrrnaftpnt use "PI, TttftO" (FMFSt tr") n;f fl tr fnf the hftoktel S-hlch deserihes fi, how fn use cenmctif. ft Is your fln llvered fit your postofflc lot the asMng. plense state whst ennstrtm tlon you hnve In view. Write nsms and iHrf plainly. r ti r 1 1 tr rr r f?sr roitt la j i (TMESt ). Pales ftfflf Fl Pup. Tm. J-l.1.4 J,.1-AXi.JL.tXXXlX.f.Jt.X.4.. L Le Roy Yott Treacher fif Oiinterpolrif. nett Piilldlng. tssr .I Vlollft, eturllo Harmenf rnom S9, Pdf- f. f. ftn iM ii inmsmmmmmmmmm' ?end jouT oltcr1 epfries to The uuke City Cleanert, 2f WPST f!ftT At R. The most np-to-ijata clesnfrt plant In New Mexico. finKHe OrifiTit Ronfpffp ' r'v, IMP fMfJirr PTf'P tf TA K fv Is the orie pointing Iti the direction of fits fore. pr.-.td from (tils hnliorv I-n't like the orllmiry h:iler's hre;Pl If doesn't dry up In n little while and lie fit ontv for toast rr. and inol-d n.i home mrcto bread Our bread stnyt long riS the lies' Try a jof for a I'ioNEEII RAKEKY 207 South First Street ...ef.l f It U, (j-uieuy-