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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL MONDAY. DECEMBER 11. 1911.
FOUR "BRIGHT EYES" IS 7ii- nri NEXT ATTRACTION ATELKSTHEATER NSURGENGY Saturday, Dec. Thomas Dixon's Masterpiece GARLET BANNER OF 1 ft UNFURLED GRIDIRON CLUB PUTS ON REVOLT IN JEST Nothing Too Saned to Escape Irony ard Wit of Adors Annual Affair That Has Made Washington Faiimus, IR. M.,rnli. J.. lined imh-UI I Wlr) Washington, It.-. 1" I''" follow i. ,n. hum I, mi. parody "f vers. fmm Whllticrs pot-ill, ' llalbiila m.. " ..rv.l us th.- k v note to ih lin-Miilirr dinner nf the Gridiron club, held hire l.it night. Round the table are (T i n fair: ' I 'ri xui- iii (mil '"iitti nil an tli. r. k trum over, you Insurgent h..rdc -Ami ink'- them h' you have l'" n ot il." ti,., r...i banner of Insurgency was fun in ine hreej,, ami ot v skit and !' was supi T- barged with Hi" spirit of revolt against present condi tions, political, serial and personal. Nothing l"' n rrd In escape the Imiiv n ml wit of the mi tors who play ed their part on the small stage rnl ihe choristers mho t hunted to If" Urn.' ol popular ulrw the grievance if (In- common people ami their low ini i.rimi' of Ih' reformers. That vrhemhlc body, thf Fnlted Suites siinretiis court came In for II" share of Mitiiilloii early In the even ing. Alter nit o crw helming iitujor Itv vol of th diners had vaiuiuished all of the regular candidates und placed l'r. Wiley In tht presidential chair, the supreme court found Itself c omplrtely reconstructed, (nixing passed through the proces 'f "fto eall." The new court whs hemtetl ly "tinth .Mouse John" Couglin, as chief justice, unit among the naso. elate Justices were Kugene Dobs, "Htnky IHtik" Kenna. Sum Gompers, Kiii.-y" Connerx, Charlie Murphy, Governor Stuhlw of Kansas, Fx-Sen-nlor Aldrlch and Theodore Hooe. velt. When the attorney for the sugn Inul, which was on trial before the court, sought tn call attention to the Uw In the rase, he was hided by the chief Justice with: "Can Hint chatter about the law. We make our twn laws." The tnut km convicted knit urdereil "pulled apart." The steel irum w the next vic tim, chnrirej with haln "OoldhrU k d T. II.", althinigh the Jiixllce of that naina violently protested thHt 'they didn't (told brick me," Th pruilcal did not avail and tW presi dent uf the truM iit aentenced In four hour' lulvuU coiivermitlon with AUornry 0 ner:t Wl keiHlmm. An appeal for an Injunction tn pre vent Jirviwt from iu:ui running for the presidency wn denied hy Jiiatiee Al'tiuli wlin mild: "li h't him run. What UlfTereiioe doia It inajiu?"! Attorney lleiieral W'h'ki rnh:im nuked for an lnJnnctloH to reairalti i'hamp t'lurk from annexing t'liiuula, hut J ine of the jiiMiceft HiiKgi nteil recipro cal Nctlon hv inviting ( iin.i.l.i lo tin nei Champ Clnrk. A petition to present the Tuft rioomer from urntilung the preaiden, tl;il noiulnitllon frmn Holi laKollttle W3 denied on the ground thai "It I no crime to take candy from a child." In the atlrrlng luiltmt of "tlurtara Frletchle" which wa dramatlx;d for tilts m i sixliiii wa nhiiwn the rough window in' tin. little rottnge In l-'red- rli k. Md., when .wioiiewall Jackaon'a troops pillini'il thl'nllglt Hie old town. Ktnllo'd in tin- riiHi'liit'liI M4 the f.icc of ' I'lll ! Joe" I' ll'tloll. reprexellllng tho Ktiuiil ihI cl fluent , while the t on. feiliiale leader wa depicted ii I41 FoH.ili in I he Imle tnllilary proci'a cio il. Willi tin I. .ill iiiuutli' effect Ihe roo, li'ilted, uml musketry raxh cd "Then I'arhiir.i linmd out on her Wlmliox ell) ''And aluiok her Liinner villi a o nl ill. " 'Shoot ir von must thin old Kt'v llen.l " Toil kp.ire votir parl' lliig' tll silid " A the tr.inps withdrew the reader d '.Xe the hisl uLllim lis folloU'D' 'The n v iI.ik" iii. iy come and go "The National live mid tear no toe; ' It own urn tto-a full uml free. HAVE YOU READ IT? The A.U.r i l l,i. . telling how Sou can I-All.V gu. trd Bg.im-l uptien- ill. I1I ,ilil r( lSI T e!h ! II,, 111 Cotiliiiill.ui or g,- mi the imitiiacli. Is bring read l!li inu.h l n 1 . I . 1 I,.. bliiueriille ( .'!.!, k me:i awai fr bv i ' Uli llv 1 rti DOLLS-TOYS And all kinds of gift goods at prices to suit you. Dolls. lc t ?3.50 IM1 IUiih-v li K In .'.-il ll"fvc. 5c to 75' Wagons 15c to J. 50 Ai!!"nii'!nlc, 15c to 4.50 Mtvlianu'iil Tux's, 15c !"... J. 5" Pot Cnnl Albums. HV to. . 1 5' Idib IkcrchH'is, 5c to 50 lur Xefk ricro, 1 iMn. . '0n SiijhmiiUts, J5c .in.l h' Sniokint,' Sl Tut Oi iiaiut nts, K to 15 And hundreds of other gift goods at DOLDE'S 210-212 South Second St. OPEN EVENINGS ' . - f JVtVVfK r' " fX (Spotlight on American Flag) For every parly and for you and me." , (lenulrif grand opera by the tirld- Iron quartette and chorus was a novel feature of th entertainment. Faust" sumewliMt condensed was the act, but II was distorted from Ita high moral purpose to demonstrate the erlalnty of the ultimate victory of evil as represented by atHtidpattlsm. The ahade of the Immoital hard. Dante, being mill In quest uf know- edge, made another pilgrimage to ll II, w here he discovered some uti- lent fiieiols, such as M.irguetite iSeniocracv , l'logreSMVo Faust ntut Stand -I'm Mephisto, who "Is never whollv down and out." Faust pur. mud by .Miaa Linuoiiai.j., . dctlja tU; Next J ear Is l.cip Year. She is on my tiall." The ancient lady retorud In sonar charging iiigriittioilc and haleftihicKS, ib-! lal iinr that the thanks of progi esjilv i s sliouhl be dcnioer.tcv due. Marguerite Pi'imn'ri'iy ncTt 'Mr- bled II llli Millie she had rei l ived from lioiu it l.iil'olli tie niklng lo r to be ' his valentine". She sang "He Is (lining with we, lie's uKv.tvs inar" "Hi' sinlbs out like n loVi-r; On aeh miimu'.lue cover When his t.iiiitiis 1 s.e, 1 am fil led with fear "I am tilled, I tun (Hied, with fear." At Mi phistu'H demand n ballet ap peared. Us llu liiheis III, 111. led ' M,s Independence l.i'iicue" who com- plililied that she whs "broke." Slu' fang I thu.k lull Heals! h.is ( 1 1 t r keips". Mis I'i i,hii.M,.ii warbled the storv of how near she came to lor.ing In r "lnuiie ,,v down In .Maine": li Sm iulii.iti, .intii.iinced "I don't waul ui'v dvmiinite. .lust give me beer", Miss I'upulis! appear ed as a " l.asa of olden time; linn h I'oiilted in lor prime," and Mis ( Itecn bin k , complained that 'Free Silver slide mi w ig and tighls." The hamo uf the iitinrtette terminated th in t ith this xri.se. "I'll gather Xou all id ere 1 have done. 'Fur every party as II sluils mj lite "Is led by a reformed brave hi St I III "And w In n hi cause i won he does Ills best "To bravely hold it saie ig.tii st evetv t,sf "1I -i'i tilling e. eh .ISH.illlt with Ivs poW i I S, "XX'eie all s(:iiul i..'IiVs - after we til nuts," Sotue nt the K;nsis uf the club ill'. evpi-cte.lK l,.uiid lleillMhes cru biillue.l III sulm nd il.. ler the del- oi .1 1 inn ot the h'Ii, i- dih.rs. This gem i , inn ft, mi. the i h,.rus !i, the nine of h recein laltliti ' r.ig", "i'imiii- on hIciiit enie on ;iiung, ' Heal IjiKi.ii.ili s "Wit I 1,1ns lulu, "Come on along. ...me en along; It's the loudest in Ihe in, It i Mil II,. .ke a lil.k. l li,, i ;h.iti V oil i ver heard belole. ' Sounds like Ihe boom of , pies'.d.n- tl I I Wilt, "That s Just the bi.sv bill., band, "Vi s. it air. " A selis.ittaii was en g ill tr w h. ii X liluiiu d aieoeg tbe I 'a v ill lin ed u nd in a I Xpert i . bllrf s diirt I 111. .is Introdt tl repudiated a'l uf the the Hlh iji ilcv of w hb h made him famous He de, lied his (i.ledi. t...n for lltumon. Ids !t'ief.dhlp for Clark and his .xinpathv fur Fnderwuud. inn a.s.setti'd that h's vote would he lot Tati. In the commotion that followed ll VVHJ. lllsi i, eled that lil.UI hud In i ii sin a. st u il v impetseiiated le a meat American actor, who jus tified the de, i itn, by de ',ring that I'rv.ui u, .eso a gi.at sciei. Some of ilie kini-sts were: Presi dent l ..it i',e,i,t v.'ii l-ernMorlT. th liirii.ar ambassador Ihiminiclo lie Kama, the liiar-li.ni an. bas-sadcr . J. Coiidaii, th,. mnust.r o The Nether. Ian -is. ,-. i i tm !, s Ki'. MacVeagh. Filn-r XI, vii. sun' v'lt, I'ostmaster C.ill.'lal Mil, llco. k. Mr lillbel't I'ar- k r. Speaker Champ Clark. Si tiatois Haiio, Texas Cipp m M Inne-oi,. I'linuoiis id Iowa. Ui presi main I, ci sir of XX is. i'i us ii. .lames of K.c tinkv. li.iuiv o Illinois, Stevens f M Mill, sola, MaJ' t Ai lubald )utt I..II.III..I I'elleen of lililiois. Stuwes- ant FLh of New utk, xaA-UoXtruor Stellar Attraction Booked for Elks Theater, D Folk of Missouri ' 1 a l ii uf (ihio I. Ilillis, uml M tiovernor Judson . Secretary I'harles edill McCormick. of Chicago. At the annual meeting of the Grid iron club today liuis liarthe of the Hnlllmore American, was elected president, and Ktulolph Kaiifmnnn. of the Xashlngton Star, vice-president for the next year, with 'he ful loniiit: executive ciimmiltee J. Harry Cunningham of Washing ton, Arthur J. liudge of the Minnea polis Tribune, and James W. Horn adav of the Indiana poll News. John S. Shrlvcr of th- Unltlmore Star was I, DlllS W inspatfh, re-elected secretary and I Strayer of the l'lttshurg tuasttrer. LEE CLARKE RETIRE AS TO Only Wholesale and Manufac turing Business to be Con ducted at "Sign of Indian Hoise" After Holidays. ' M!mot I- n una in A!i. lias ,ei i.b i irs of retail nu-r- .llelHlle. Jell!) I.ee .lull d to yive up the ilness and confine w holi saling and I lirl ell, I of the l ie huie. If cxt lusiv i ! t in .!iii h i i' ring. The oii'.-i I -tow ii trade of the com I al l has sleadllv III. teas, ,1 with the pass. in; v.nrs, and the leather goods in. i nutai t urril by them are found In ni.ii'v r the largest and most exclu--iie stall's in the country. N.tvajo I i.ilikets. pottery, baskets and Navato silv.r mil be the Indian lines haud e.i, uliiii tukethn- with the leather and s.nix emr g I" tiiaiuifiii l ut ,1 and eu I pl'eclelis sti He-'. Wilt Uilc the i.i'l-inv a tiirg' oIiiioe uf busiit-ss. Xu Clarke is also tigering t.aat il will be tie. essarv to deole Some lit t'n time to the cxplei'lng and markc!. nig of his newlv patented ne wedge. Tins i-bange h is been planned for s.oiH time, and the news el" it come i i.ii mi h no -l opportune tun. , b. - eitlse the , n. i nit. US sloi k o India'.! g. .d. ...I ! t.'inu. j.'Uf'rv, driwiiwotk. ,!. , so ib-s, Table ...r Christmas goods v.iil be thrown on the maikit at omv nt iinv .M price thai will move H j. Hi !;:. RED ROSE COMPANY j OVERLOOKED SMALL ! BILL FOR DRAYAGE; The r..d Ko xv Inch plaxe-l at Salic .'.a t i.;ht. a little d:i!n uli . the law. bet,. re Lie.. .Xlb:u,;!,',,p id tin. a early I'm some rei? -e Opera eotiip.-. the Klks' the.xter bi.ame entangled with the oiV;. ; llicv were able ;e ai ..ar.,1 laeir so ,-st.rdty iii'.rniiv;. on t lie v to gtei ted on i In to , to I lol 111. ti.illlllig of .ompinx trom ihe pr the .1 RETAILER perttes p,ek,,.. '" 1.. tab . u,l Alex !U lia- I H ,;. C i.encry (,,..,, H ll.'if" iifarce i .1, v .iaii. "I ll I till' tll.at.' iirul back. 'Uiioii.-i .in .-tin v. i had b, . The . the mi the MTiniier Trans:, fi the plea that the n .lamamd. dVr '! s w i re ca'b d tu ectvati of the debt, and pro- i' '. it iied to hold the lr.un. Th.-y an cilu I'd tlair lie.entli.n oi tviiu the iinpaiiv, up until the bill was paid, e.n Ci.-ie was no hope bin to ;ay h .l t! . la-., !, the iii.in.Ui'i' of the iiil.tnv climbed duxx n from the n'n aial In, iii.!. iled. The Sena then .lied cut. t. With the Coming of Middle A.' i'li. if is il biting down in the physl eil forces often htw n in annoying ' in.! puiifa! kidney and bladder a;l-iV h i i, ts md urinary irr. ul unties. 1 Kiu.'V Kidney Fills at a splendid' reuulai lug i,n,l strengthening Infill- li e at sin h a time. Tr thenuJ. ii. o i;uii. ecember 18. t'ol, Weather This Win k. Washington, 11. t, iec. 10. folder wcuthir throughout, the country was loreiiisled for this week hv the weath er bureau in Its hlillcilii lsrue,j tn night. No rcmurkl.le drops In tem perature are exucclid during tins time. Scene From "The Clansman," ADVERTISED LETTERS Xdmti-iil l w . K . cling IV. I.i.di.s. I i-t. Far mi .Mr- . Ma M i s, i'"... I Li e b. I own, Mrs, .. I'andei.iria, Fr.ie Collins. Ji;ha M rs. Mrs. . FI Ktt. osskoe. Mr. Home. Mrs. M,ss , i , .loh'is.. i ; t M i : J; ; l.rris J i Mr. .Nelhv . J. H. l.orti Kannv Ma nkins. Ki ii,'. F. Mrs "ll r ' v K Kr fi !." K'.aim Ma ii.i M I s. . Voi. m:. ':."ni. i. .!i-s Mary Miss Fih.l ivoic bf.Hid. i;.dd M'-ss Voilllarti'tl, Mrs. Kate iM. F. . 1.!". i Camboro. M Kltr..i C. . ,i eth I'arter. Clou's I M. I it " :i J. ' i 1.. a:;- Vl.cri, A Aken. Ne.ll F'rvJ'.k Iloyle. i Jems M U:a Chavez. Carter. i"ieo. i ; i. i:;taj Chavet. l:,.ir! An.-. '. i 'haven. W. Can l.lT "v ,r:. e J H. C'ttmnins, T. XV. II XX'. J ifoir, i.i.s. IT. K. .1 , Jen s loirh.un. Kdker fWe. K Fell. F.d. Franklin. ". n, Kri.v Gilbert. Hefugm ,lr and Mrs. Harry J. C,, urn. :iii, J F. Jaramiilo. Fe'lpe J.d-n Johnson. X". K. K-I'.x. Ia ok. r t.'i, Maceibiilo la- Crux en Charles. N'iv'.ll is i Kichiir.l c'lttil, i.i Ub h .r-i l ow den. K. C. M-r'-'iM. n . Mid II, t. ti. Joe D. M.trt:- lei:. Par i ai leu II upi.. K l I'i H h-i F .I.e.. e M ti lt. Nick -Mi kles.oi. .:.,i.ner. J. J. uhrire e.le. F. V. Fearee CM. X J. IVtl. Key F. i k. H. T. U'i hardson. Fie.; S. ;ic'le. IM. Schilll. C a, K. XV. Shun, .1. V. a. a y Saw. Harold S i'oira, FiU'o Tairla. ' a r. XV. Tore uses, 1.1' is :lu X'lvtl. Altredo V. I- a , .1 rr.i, Joe YVi1- H. VXIi-tc, S. Web art. Frot. F K. 1 hr K. Sm t Thor . -ri nr. M Try a Journal Want Ad. Rest 's r ' - wyif . s- , t . i t it ! . - Ij ... : h .i.JT :"'l '.-. At" ' .. ri(? w - I. I"" I a A 3, -w- f X i vi ' 7 ' KVT': . $ f L " I f ';, 1 . , . 1 r ?i ' I . - ' " F s i' I ' s f ,.1, iv.-.--- "st-, .... .....'- 1 , , . .. t r " : 1 ' - ,.' , I ' ' ..... j. ,,...'-'"-' ., Joseph M. Gaites Latest Pro-; duetion Oittsliir.es '"Three; Twins" Which Made Great Hit Two Yeats Aso. i In si lte of ti e ,inp! t'cdi nted suo ce of Tiiree Twins' one of th-' most u.'eesl ul mi:ieal pl.iys ever proilm t it in Ani' ri a, Jos. .vt. (Jaites, Hi piodin er, l eln-M-s that he haa i e, taed a rial n mpanion for that'! puiy an, ,.n,. ih.it ik destined to be I'u'ly as popular, in "l:riht Kyes," a new niti-ii.il p!ay by the same au thors. So well is he K nvinced of this fact that he Ins given this play a very el.ilioruie sceiiie sitiiiig an.- haa en sased for It n large company of well know n p'ayers. Ivadeil by Cecil 1.0Hn and Florence llollirouk, two of Ameri ca s cleverest fun-maker. The new play will be .seen nt the KlUs' theater Monduv night, Dccem hcr ISth. The curtain will ris nt ,S::'0 sharp. In iiii.lilioii to the a. tors engaged, Mr. Unites has employed a large chorus of fifty pretty gir!s culled fr..m various pans of th country. Kvery one was chosen for her singing and daiicin;," ability as well as her giio, liinks and the management promises one of the best and prettiest choruses ever seen in this city. The hook of the play is based on (lie popular fane. "Mistakes Will Happen.'' one of the most successful lay a of its kiml ever produced. , Charles liiksi.n mlapti il the hook anil I hi'- Colin 1'ur.iti rs in 'Three Twins," ;ii.to llainrhach and Kail Ilnschna. (have funnftuil respectively t'le lyrics iiin.i the music. Mr. ! I.i iierlmch hn. ! written oii e very clever verses foi Itlie new play and Mr. Ilosihna, In his jofleiings for "l'.rii:ht Kits" has even , outdone the popular music lie f uriilsrt -i.i lor 'Three Twins ' and "Madame Sin fry." A numher of novel electrical and mechanical effects have been In trodiueil and the fcur scenic settings are iiii'stcriiieees of the scene Paint er's art The costuming is beautiful and elaborate and the stage picture are unusually effective The storv tells of a vming actor who has written a play which is uhotit to he produced at the theater where he has for a long time been employed as leading man. Hut. In addition to writing this play, Tom (lenowln has secretly married Dorothy Mayland, the leading lady of the company. The manager of the theater Is unalterably opposed to the marriage of members i f his company and has announred at Elks Theater, December 16. thai he will under no circumstance: keep married people in his employ Inirin.. a rehei.is.il of Tom's play w hii h is shown in the j m.iiia':. r's unkipdnrs 'com pes Tom to ilis-lii tioi-ship, whereupon llv first act the s to I-orothy '.he r rela " iviinag-. r not Itniy dei lines to go on ehh th. pro ! din lion of the play, inn li'schurneci i i"'ii Tom and porothy. T.-m i to mil rest Mrs. Hunter-Chase, the joiner af the t'lei'ter. v ho desires to t e enie an amateur m tres.s in Ms ntnv iaii.1 rb areef to make tsoeietv nro- diicCi n of it. appearing herself in the 'e.i'l'i'.g r-le. He ncre. s t,, meet hei sts ;!. .arri ige b..n.. of her rntinrry hon e to coach her In the art of at t- . In the meantime, not knowing of this, and without Tom .s knowledge 1. rithy meets Mr. Ilnnti r-Chase. itnoitKh me rn ""lent of a '.a.i'.'s' semlnarv. is partial to the h.dus of the theater, and hoping that he will a.1, Tom in the pro.la.tion of the plav .agrees to read it to him. Thee acree to meel for thi.s psirpose in the same carriage house and at the same hour Tom iii to give Mrs. Hun. t- r-Chaso Iter first lesson in acting. The second act shows the Inters.r of the carriage house, a novel scenic .r'uns' roctit showing both the lower C mr and the loft. And the ci mplua liens arising from the efforts of e4ch i ."Uple to escape the notice of the j "im r are ni Teaseii ny l ie clandestine 'liceung a! the same phtee of Mrs. 1 1 unter-.'hus. s coachman and Doio 'h s maid. In the final act the t uiii'i's are ail unravelled and Tom nn, 1'orothv are made happy by the promts., i f the Hurter-Chuses to pro duce the rhiv as was originally in tended. An augmented orchanra will be a i pe ;ai feuiure of this attraction, tin th. . any rarrles a number of their wn musicians' Thif company travels in their own sp.c:a! trtin of five cars consist ng uf two riihiciins, one coach and bin ex- trH-iuiigih baggag turn. IToin Ids two nimous XirtrK "Tin- l.coiunl s SpotV' and "Tli Manxman." TWO CAR LOADS SCENERY Wonderful I-:rrvt: Trtaip of C aalr Horses. itisnivi.i.Y Tin: last TDfi: tr this (;i:i:at mav. Seats On Sale at Matson's Thursday, 9 a. m. Prices, - - BE PUT ON EAGE OF ENVELOPES ' Violation of Regulations of the! Pnstnffirfi Dennrtment Mav . Result in Delaying Youn Mail. Thousands of the little New Mexico advertising stickers, i.-suisl by the Htireau or Itnrtiltrrutlon.' forOion tin envekpes, express packages, etc., ate being sent tmt of the lt and lUu di- Imaml for the stickers is so great that 1 the bureau is having; difficulty ill sup plying them. A majority of those using tho slickers understand the postal regula- I tiling regarding the use of advertising Micker oil ftrat-ctnvs mail matter an, are using the flickers on the hack of the envelopes. A numher if per sons, however, hav been using the stickers on the front, or address side of their envelope., which is In viola tion of the regulation of the postal - nee uepai iiuem. , iitiaua i oi 10 ' stances of this kind have been brought to the nttenllon of the ISureait of Im migration by l'ostniaKter I'.. V. Hop kins, t.f Aibuqtii riUt. There is n penulty attached bin where advertis ing stickers lire attache, to the ad dress side of nn epvelo'ie, it is likely tl he held and ri'ltiine.l to ihe seniiee, if known, and ftherv, ise to he suit to the dead letter otftce. The general use being made of th" little New Mexico stickers, is glvlio; tho state a gr"at "l of hcneiieia: advertising, in itikr t avoid il. lay in mi'.ll matter and for the informa tion of those not familiar with the postal regulation, the full text or rn order of the postmaster general is given below: Order of the I'oMiiuiiter (.encral. Office of the Foslmayter lietural. Washington, I. C, July 1, 1911. j Order No. 5620. No adhesive stumps, or imitations o f stamps, of any desiun or form whatever, other than lawful postuge stamps shall he affixed to the address ride of domestic mail matter, hut such adhesive stamps, provided they do not In form and design resemble lawful postage stamps, :,nd do not bear numerals, may be affixed to the reverse side of domestic mail matter. All domestic mall matter, bearing on the address side adhesive stamps ir imitation of stamps, oilier than .lawful postage stamps xxill he returu- i ej tg il-,e atuder if known; otherw ise j they w ill be forwarded to the divis l ion fcf the dead letter office. FRANK II. HITCHCOCK, ! Postmaster General. HERMAN SCHWEITZER RETURNS FROM MEXICO , Herman Schweif7.r. manager ot I the curio department of the Fred i Harvey system, has returned from an j ! extended trip through the republic of' MiX'co. where he wuit to look Into the condition cf the opal and tur i t noise market. Mr. Schweitzer t brought hack with him some very ! beautiful specimens of unfinished ' opals. During his trip he vhited Jiurex, ' ChihuRhua, Zacatecas, Mexico City. and Oaxaca. Oaxaca is located 1.6" miles In the Interior of the republic from F.I I'aso and is the end af the ! Mexican Central railway. This is one ! of the largest opal markets In the world, and here Mr. Schweitzer se cured some of nis samples. I DR. ELIOT OPERATED i ON AT KANDY, CEYLON I Cambridge. Mass, Pee. 10. Rtaa- istiring message as to the condition of Charles V. Flp't. president ernerl- l us of Harvard university who was operated u.mn for appendicitis at Kind... Cevlon. veMtrlay. were re- l.'le.I lOlli'J in lli noil, i.e.. ..llllill'l I v. r.:t..i. Fri"Ment- F.llot ysss taFen IH while 1 going around the world s a i.xeet muss, on (or the Cariieie Lndowment. STICKERS MOST il! 'flie Clansman A Story of the Southlands 50c to $1.50 Albuquerque Five-Horse Man Completes Power Automo bile That for Its Size Is As Good As Big Car, Tony Mit helbach, millright employ ed by the American Lumber company, residing in Old Al'iuqurrritte, has Ju-t completed building what he terms a motor-bob. This machine is un nti tomoliile on; H small scale, being of five horse-power. . In every resput the motor-bob i.s Ihe exact duplicate of the larger makes of runabouts. It is especially (designed for the use of children, sum Mlchelbai li s son, it. boy in his teenls, expects soon to be deliverliii; the Morning Journal m the little ma chine, which he helped to construct. The motor-bob can make from la to 30 miles an hour. It carries n tue! tank rapahle if holding one Kill Ion of gasoline. The machine is equipped with inflated tires mounted on hi tycle wheels and has every contriv ance from fenders to brake which the higher priced i its carry. The motor-hob :s sure to attrait attention when it begns tu make trips about the sitecti, of Alhiiif.criUc. wiihoitt Heart palpitation, I'lifling or Kxliaustiori '.' If you can't, you have gas in your stomach, pressing against your heart find lungs. Oo you know that DAALM ANN'S GAS TA ULISTS cure this completely ill a very few days; not like the ri st of the remedies that relieve you of Gas for the time being, until the next meal. HA A1..M ANN'S GAS TAHLKTS con trol the tnrvous function of your stomal h, that causes the gas in most .niios uml believe us, you will not pant for hrenth or have palpitation after a few dins taking of HA AI.. MANN'S GAS TA H LISTS. Walking will he tl plo 'sure to you instead of an effort. Those iwtiliur tablets nro sold for 5 Or a bottle by nearly every druggist. If not in stock toll him to Ret theni for you fron. his wholesaler, or send SOe ill silver, stamps or money order ti J. Biialmann Co. :t:lti Sutter St., San Francisco. iMfHUJPWnfi'eirREKCH FEKSLE llfLMfifl PILLS. ! li tUntr fv, -' ts m t Sift.'v' Sii. i Ooi. is;. ( i i',i-U )-v ; 1 .'v i r Ihx. U ti j.-! .; Uinri i ;nl y-., r f-tf.i. '-;mi- t Ii tr- ui irug:lvuM B'v :li . v' " f't'fi if 5 jIJ Hinuvut'ot if " O'Keil'. f 6 Cc. ALBUQUERQUE TAX! LINE , Oakey Clifford, l'rop. Kates same ms llmcka. Stand At Sturges Hotel Itinnea 105 and 19. Send your soiled clothes to The Duke City Cleaneri, 2io T FJST GOLD AVK. Ths most up-tn-dats cleanBf t-lant In New Mexico. Outside orders gtdlcitcd. TONY MIGHELBftGH BUILDS UNIQUE MOTOR-BOB H llFAST, OR UP A HILL? i