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THE ALBUQUERQUE MOaiMfi JOURNAL MONDAY, JANUARY 1,1912.
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GAMES TQN1GH
EXTENDED NEW
AT ARMOR!
WITH REMORSE
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BUTTLING
Si
OUTCAMES JACK
REDMOND
Former Champion Lightweight,
Apparently Licked Up to the
Ninth, Finishes Victor in
Twenty-Round Fight,
By Morning Journal clnl foaurd Wlre.l
New Orleans, Dec. 31. JJattlinK
Nelson won the decision over Jack
Redmond of Ft. Paul at the end of a
'twenty-round bout at the West Side
Athletic club thin afternoon.
The f,i;ht was nearly all Redmond's)
up to the ninth round when Nelson
opened up, after which there waf
little doubt as to the outcome. In the
seventh and elirhth rounds Redmond
battered Nelson's fate almost at will,
hammering his nose and e:irs with
rights and lefts and slipping in short
arm jabs to the atomuch that appear
ed to di'Ze Nelson.
Redmond came back confident at
the beginning of the ninth, trying for
ft knockout, hut Nelson took a brace
and shot In a hard right and then
left to Redmond's stomach, and rlshf
und lefts to the face that broumht tht
big crcwd to its feet.
From the ninth on Nelson had Rpii
mond bucking awa.v and hanging on
There was much clinching and wrest -ring
which Increased toward the close.
Hedinond tried to come Lack in the
twentieth but Nelson's blows on his
Ftomach had taken mc?t i f the fight
out rf him. Nolr.on then shot in lights
and lefts to the stomach and ribs re
peatedly. Nelson was going stroma
when the final gong sounded.
MOTORIST DISCOVERS
ACETYLENE GAS WILL
MAKE THE ENGINE GO
Imperial rorrespnndrnre to Mnrnlnt Journall
Nyaek, N. Y., lee. SO. Paul l.og
get, the Nyaele automobile authority,
made a discovery that is of interest
to every motorist who has been up
asalnst it" after he lias exhausted his.
gasoline supply miles from a garage.
Mr. ,egget has found the acetylene
ran, while not nearly :is powerful as
gasoline is equally efficient in operat
ing a far. This discovery saved him
from being stalled miles from a gar
age and constitutes a good tip to the
country's motorists.
He was driving from Nyaek, N. Y..
to Chatham, N. Y. a distance of 12'!
miles. While between Kingston and
Catskill, on tho wist bank of the
Hudson river he ran out of gasoline
several miles from the nearest place
where any could be secured. As there
were no telephones any nearer than
the gasoline, he started the car with
the self-starter and left the gas from
the acetjbne tank on the dashboard
of the car turned on about one-third
the way around. Then ho ran several
miles up and down hill, using only
acetylene was for power until he ar
rived near a church w hich carried the
only supply of gasoline in that victn-1
it y. He made the run of 12H miles
in four and one-half hours, which in
cluded time spent on two ferries at
lthinecliff and Koundout und one-half
an hour waiting for one of the fer
ries. Recently in Detroit, automobile en
gineers pronounced acetylene
too
weak n combustible to compete with
gasolln j uti u source of engine power,
Mr. Li gget's performance to the con
trary, notwithstanding.
New show
day, 3 p. 111.
at Orpheum matinee to-
MIDDLEWEIGHTS TO
MEET IN 10-ROUND
CONTEST AT OAKLAND
Oakland. Cal., Dec. 31. Chicago
"Knockout'" Itrown and Sailor Petros
key of this city, will go ten rounds
before the iiakland Athletic lull to
morrow. The; men are middleweight
and Hrov. n rules u ten to eight favor
ite on account of winning a decision
over Ho'land here recently.
The winner will demand a match
with Frank Klaus of Pitts'.mr.
Oak and Maple Polished Flooring
f Builders Supplies
Albuquerque lumber Co., 423 N. Rrst Street
t I I
HEALTHSEEKERS
The place you have been looking
Incipient and convalescent tubercular cases, located near oin-wuii
altitude .ti00 feet, home cooking, sleeping porches, rirepiace in i
room, plenty of sha.de, no dust; terms reasonable. Write ns for
particulars and pictures.
OAK (,K(1VE I LAM
Montezuma Trust Companv
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO
Capita! and Surplus, $100,000
INTEREST ALLOWED ON SAVIMGS DEPOSITS
IRIVERS AND CONLEY
TRAINED TO MINUTE
FOR TODAY'S FIGHT
Log Anrcles, Doc. 81. Outside of i
some llKht work today, Joe Rivers
and Frankie Con ley, who are to meet
tomorrow afternoon at Vernon arena,
rested in anticipation of their con
tent. Conley's handlers said their
chance was in good condition as when
he earned u twenty-round draw
verdict against Rivers several weeks
a.m.
Rivers said today:
"I am going: in at my bent weight
and I am trained to a fine point."
Conley in confident of victory.
RACE RESULTS.
At Juarez.
Juares, Mcx., Pec. SI. The fine
weather and a good card drew a bis
crowd to Juarez today. As a result
of the Increased attendance and the
lively speculation in the ring, an
other book cut In today, making a
total ol oli vi n books laying prices.
Fcur favorites won. Results:
First race, selling. ! 'furlongs:
MandaUcro, 2 to 1, won; Fkillute, 3
to 1, second; Dent Say No, 8 to 1
third. Time 1:14 1-5.
Fecwind race, selling, mile and three
sixteenths: Wolferlon, 7 to ", won;
Round and Round, 6 to 1, second;
Kr, g, 5 to 2, third. Time 2:00 2-5.
Third race, selling, seven furlongs:
Roy Junior, even, won; Thistle Hell,
C t. 1, second; Florence A., 6 to 1,
third. Time 1:25 4-G.
Fourth race, selling, six furlongs:
Light Knight, 5 to 1, won; Angelas, 3
tn l, second: (Iciico, la to 1, third.
Time 1:13 2-3.
i if t !i rr.iv, ri Uiiig, si;
Hill Anderson, 6 to f, wi n
to 1. second; Filing ill 1
f urlongs:
Mi Alan, i
, V to 2.
third. Time 1:14.
Hixlh race, selling, five and a ha'f
furlongs: Americi s, If, to 1, wen;
Annual Inttnst, 5 to 2, second; Hal
ella, 3 to 1, third. Time IMiG 4-S.
FAVOR TOLL RATES
FOR USE OF CANAL
Washington, Dee. 31. Members of
the interstate and foreign commerce
commission of the house, who return
ed to Washington today from a trip
to the Panama canal, expressed
themselves as favoring toll rates for
passage through the canal, varying
from fifty cents to one dollar a ton.
he commission will not commit
themselves to any definite rate, how
ever, pemlin.-; the completion of a re
port being prepared bv Professor
Finery Johnson, a former member of
the canal commission. I here Is
strong sentiment In favor of free pass-jinjjr Morning Joiirnul ix-Wol lsMd H'lre.l
age of American coastwise shipping Chicago, Dec. 31. Mrs. Ilene or
throtigh the canal. (row. widow of Charles 11. Morrow,
The congressmen were told !' j was taken into out-tony by the police
Colonel (ioelhals, chairman of the today when Investigation of .Morrow's
canal commission that nothing had
happened to change the expected
opining of the canal during the fall
of 11 3.
An Impersonation of the famous
English comedienne, Vesta Victoria,
will be given at the Orpheum at to
day's matinee und night.
Three yroat pictures, beautifully
and delightfully interesting; n fine
domestic drama; a thrilling Western
rtorv picture, and a stirring melo
drama make up a trio of pictures that
are real features.
IJntire change of program from
start to finish.
Admission in cents.
OBJECT TO FURTHER
SALE OF FRIAR LANDS
Huston,
any furthe
Dec. 21. A protect against j
r sales of the Friar lands
in the Philippines is contained in a
lette r sent to President Tuft by (
Moortleld Storey and Krvlng Winslow, ,
president and secretary re- pi-eti ely
of the Anti-Iioperiiilist league. The
letter was written in pursuance of a
resolution adopted by the executive
committee M.f the organization.
"We earnestly protest," says the
letter, against any further sales of the
lands in question, both because such
sules lend to loreelose a ouestion that
is now under consideration by i on
grcss und because the sales in our
Juil-'inmt tend to postjs.ne the Inde
pendence of the Philippine Island
ami to embarrass the relation be
tween those islands und the United
States by creating interest hiIvitsi
to the interests of the Filipino peo
ple." . .44-4 I
I IIHHtlllU'H"
for. a ranch boarding houee fo
ek
fUll
It. Trrone, m.
IIIHIIItlMniHMlMMii
Be Staged,
and Boys'!
and Indian!
The tirst basketball games of the
present season will oc piayitl at the
armory tonight when the boys and
girls' teams of the High School will
play the boys and girls' teams of the
Fnitcd States Indian school. Follow
ing the double-header, there will be a
dance.
Double-Header to
Between Girls'
Teams of llii
Schools,
AU the team', have been pra, (icing I '' ronton ,o gn c ms nunc
for these games for the oast four ' "' hi ,"""' formerly " !. n
weeks. In fact both institutions have . .'.vri -use, N. V.. and that he oamc
had the games In mind a the big; ,n Pacific coast a year ago. A clue
event following the football grime be-i whi,'h the sheriff hopes Kill estal.'ish
twecn the two schools late in the fall. .',llp identity was found in a sil'ir
Kaeh team has been i aref ally j watch carried by the bandit. I in me
I coached
: Indians
and will go In to win. The
are known as fast i,!a vers.
i while the High School has always
.given a good account of itself in the
j grest indoor sport. j
1 The following l!ne-u;i of t lie boys';
teams has been announced:
I High School Stcmn, Papraik, R.
Mcl.'unna, forwards; Shul I U larger
and J. McCanna, centers; tliitnirier
Lee and llalcomb, guards. !
Indian School Teller end Hardy, !
I forwards; Sours, center. Shipley and
Spencer, guards; Piatero, Clark and,
;Zuhn, substitutes.
j The High School vdrls will line up'
as follows: j
Running center. Kdith Clark: jump- '
ing center. Margaret Fi anklin:
Missis. Wickham and Meyers, guards;
'Laura Cartwright and Anna Schwelt- j
I rer, forwards. Margaret' Cartwright,
substitute. I
The Indian School girls' llne-un had
not been decided upon yesterday, but
a good one is as.-ured.
Hefore and during the games the
United Statea Indian School band
will render a number of selections.
SI
Former Wealthy Chicago n'
vetor, Supposed to I'uvc
Kiiled Self Now Believed 10
Have Been Shot by Spouse,
i ,
dealh was re-opened after a coroiier'a
Jury had returned a sulcde verdict.
Morrow, a former wealthy Inventor,
was found shot to death on , poich
of his home, December 2R. Mrs. .ii,r-
row, at the impii st, said hir huslmnd
had bee n despondent been use he had
failed to Interest capital in certain
inventions.
A formal charge of murder as
mule against Mrs. Morrow tonight
"1 have learned." said lnspi'tor
Claiioey, "that Mrs. Morrow was in
fatuated with an automobile sales
man und had made tlireuls Hgamst
Morrow's life. Also Mrs. Morrow
possessed of property worth 12r."'U.
w hich had been deeded to her by I cr
husband about a your ago. when
row's business was forced into b uik
ruptcy. "Recently, alter his wife bad ,nd
ci ed him to leav e his home, Morr-'W
planned to stall suit in an attempt to
recover this property from Mrs. .Vor
row. Hoard, rs at the Morrow home
all say that Mrs. Morrow ireiin iMy
abused her husband and for, i d in
miles upon him. '
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OTTO BUNNKRD TOi:
ACT AS TAFT'S
Ne w Yoik Political Leader
Map Out Pie-Convent'
Work cf Coming Preside"!
Canipain,
in
'!!
j
in, Moraine J.mml S-errial l--,- W ir 1 !
Watlnni-.-,;i. I Me. 2 1.-Presnn '.t '
, ..... . 1
la-t M'nt .ew l'W. ve in...i,
with his Irieruls. otto l;ai.nard. '
T'rk Imlitie.ii leader. and Torn
S. nator John K,-sn of .V, w J, r-
. . I
tw'n, ere boas.- gu.s'.s
at the Y1
1 '
I House. Th, -r sidi-nt
. disi ussing liie M,lilici
r.-tri.in.d fr
I situation.
though the il; itali'-ri tend, red Mr.
RiniiHid to hi company Sir Taft ba k
to Waslungti n if pr.-al. i. e to tl
belief that Mr. Hinnard is to take . n
a. tie arl in the olita a! affair?
tlo- pi -idi nt.
The ir.-sul. nt did not tke up .':
Mr. I:, niiard the ,r,-p'--iln,ii that b
K.un a- . h i.r.. of th j r. - onvMi,.-,
work of tb lonnng .amjaicn. T' .
n.Mtter will gone into ti.na.rinK
It is sa.J 3lr I-it,i.ard ii! ret
a.M'Jttic lb.- .iuti. s .if . ha f ..r th,
.illllplgn tli be llKUll at but that
v'.'.l suTrert to Se.-r.tarv IMIm thf
I.arn of s.-v.-ral men who are .'.ni-w-rr,i
to berm the w. 1 1: f..i Hi - ji. ,
,t :it S I , - li..,;triat !"l:.
W DOW
ARRESTED
FOR
MU DE
OE HUSBAND
ADVISER
1
Robber Who Killed President of
Centralia, Wash,, Institution,
Willing to Plead Guilty and
Pay Penalty,
ll Morning Jowrtisl 'nrefnl 1na4 Wra.l
cntralia. Wash., Dec. 31. The
young bandit who shot ami killed
Ijtwreiiee liar, preiid.-nt of the Farm
ers and Merchants' bank of Centralia.
In nu unmiccessf ul attempt to rub tl
i bank last night, talked freely to the
I police and reporters today but ),."t-
side was engraved the word "Krnest
' n nd in the other "Klhlott." The jn-
was engraved
i n the other
thoriiies at Syracuse bale been telegraph,-,
a description ol the man.
liar's murder expressed a willing
ness to plead guilty of murder today
and said he was fully aware that the
penalty would be death.
"The sooner It is over the better."
he sai l. "My greatest regret is that
the o!, ma- (meanln- I'.r) did n .!
shoot me w hen he ha. I me i o ercil
with he- gun for he hail the dop on
me, lie was a good old men and that
is shown by the fact that be rofian
e( from shooting. I did not intcn 1
to shoot him but he kept c mirig to.
war, me as I backed to the door and
'I saw the only chance I had to es
' eape was tn shoot."
The bandit is live feet ten inches
tall ami weighs 145 pounds. He is ar
American by birth and speaks slow 1
nn, In a low voice. He Is light skin
I I.cd with a smooth face and blue eyes
FILIBUSTERER HAS
Vessel Carrying Anns, Ammu
nition and Cannon for Para
guayan Rebels Reaches Its
Destination.
l)f M.irnlna Jmrnnl KimpU.1 m& H'lr 1
Antwerp, Dec. 31. The crew of the
stiamir Zeebrupge, which sailed from
here on the night of Oi tober 12, with
u cargo if arms and ammunition, ii
was thought lor the Portuguese roy
alists, returned today to Antwerp
They related remarkable story.
It appears Hut the steamer and It
cargo were not Intended for 111,
Pirtusucsc royuliMs but for the Para
guayan revolutionists. She carried
23U tons .if powder, four large can
non, one nisi nine gun, 63. COO rit't s
a wireless apparatus, uniforms and
oih, r military supplies.
There were two Fngllsh paFSotiger?
and live Spanish aboard.
One of the Spaniards, Arrlcs b;
name, aasjmcd direction of affair a
soon as the stinm.r was nut of sight
of land,
proecil
land b
vb ared.
A.m. rlca
learned
attack
The Z- hrugge inst. ad oil
tg for Port Stanley. Kalk
lands, for which she had
loaded direit
Tin- inigbin
that it was the
the I aragu iyan
for Soutl
caller th'r
Int. ntioii ti
i'lag !
the Kio di
AH soon
la Plata.
as
th
South
coast nas sighted Arricos inoui.ti-.;
the gut, on the Jock. Win n th,
mouth of the pio d- la Piata wai
re.o bed the I niiium llag . hoist
ed. The hull of the steamer was r
lialt'ted and In r i.an:e .hanged t
imbra. Thanks tn a h-ay snow
nil the vessel got past Montevii.dee
and ;iu,n..s Ar.s without uttraetii,
r.M. ,.ii,.n. Her name was igalli
changed to Asuncion.
The ll,.i.,u ie" were comp-il-!
to ..In v orders. Arr Os standing '!
Hutu utth a revoH r. and they
en tb.it if the if ii were taken th.)
would be summarily dealt with. Th,
continued therefore to work the bi
Up
,i... r, ,-r .lor IT r W mi n lone n.'
es'.l 1 S
change,
pboa d ,,
name
. ..... :iflltll. I
the
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the th.
n.i i , 1
onstitu
r si.ii s.
.ill. IE
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When
rein bed
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st.d the
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to J-on h
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uh!- hae
ah..-r l-l
Ti.en were
the Irmt.ti'
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DlfTl
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a ris.n Utuf-ti th'
. r pelsian ti i.ert
-.tmllt their '
en w end the l.-tr
f I he Ze ebrugge
js,. sailors h
r,d th'- sailor
ve l.rought u
. i-ait st the .wrir.
i ro of 1h At.t'UT
fcrnoum -d lii i
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TEXAS EL0PEP3 WILL
likely BE depohted.
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At 12 Midnight, Whistles Let
Loose, Guns Cracked and
Corks Popped in Celebration
of Advert of 1912.
"Whoop, e! Look who's here"' 'Will
If It ain't the New Year. Walk In lit
tle Miss New Year, its kinder cold for
Albuipierque this morning, but it will
warm up soon." "A Happy New Year
to you." "Thanks, the fame to you
and many of 'em."
This was the sentiment that pervad
ed Alluniuer,Ue la.-t niKht at the
lrH,pipg in on the heels of obi 11I
Juit going out. .rmii b was not want
ed and knew it ant therefore stayed
away.
The Hdvent of lh new ;ar was
greeted with d ea ten mi! shout", the in
cessant :-hri, kii. 4 ,f whistles. tin
crackint; of pistols, snd the pup-pop-
1 ing of e orkf. Th
of the Smita l"e
starling the li.-
w !,-n ar tw o i
minutes to
m
Itauht
aboard No. 1224
pound, ami let .
out through the
the echo w as tak,
within a radius
a hi
ill ill
whistle. In a thn
n up b ,e er w lustle
of three mil,, arid
every engine in the y
itds took la ens'-
to asti.l in ilw noe.
The caf- down town ere full of
merry makers, while a distinguished'
party occupied the Tafl annex to the I
Alvarado and help.-1 In th merrl- j
incut. Staid business nu n taking a ,
midnight lunch, let out a whoop in)
the chorus, and a number of yojnpi
blood. Intel , on pa, nt. i g the town '
pink in al !. au led their quota o J
noise to the volume of sound.
In about fifteen nnnut, the bedlam
subsided, h owver, and this morning
the regular pursuits of the day will
interrupted only by tru
ly New Year to you."
and many of them."
;;;"( ' .jV';.;
vent of the new o-,,r If 1 2. If a good, n Jtn f4 'T'WSfStTji
tim.. is any . r.t.rion of what thecar XjJi'jL iv trA"" Wj P7H iNf Sk
holds in store, th.-n 112 will Ih ! v?Vj t'fU'l J 9 I I
happy and pn,p, rocs one The tyl"?: vt"!; (f Vr'"?. Wf&f. I
grouch was conspicuous by his sbs-nr,- ' JiASV fi' gj&J&JltM h&ItU&J
cheery ' M il'!')' .i ear to you.
F .rMMAMffMftfA Mitl-.- iii't of a i, --?.:'!, n ir..:- 'l lu
n n tn m n .v ,.,....,..- :.'.t.-r.,.'.i,
n nm ii .. .;, a,.,. ,r.,. ,n .a. . v f r u-
U U IU IIULLI Tr i , . . ,., i. V., . . , ,,1
I 1 ... . , , :c"i' oi-,i t-, he broil
I J II. j. P. - il mai.air.r . ' th,- n, ,
nnnrrnriinr p-i-..-.- .. -irr,.,:, ' "ir-''
I IIRILL ML Rll L i i . . .. .-.,!.. ..... Th -,, a ttire, which is
Repullican Political Gather: j f;'i':.:L; Vr"r Zl, A Z
in Columbus Today Will Re- - i---- - - th. ... f tm-v
,. . r- . r o. i I '. -i ,. -r.-.e ail in on juio lo-n wit'i 'v U.i.
suit in Formation of State, w. . r-r--.. t..,.,-.i ie.s. r.-e.
(V"ni7"iii.n !'""r '''''' ra' ''":r"" !,M Mr- M
LMs"mil'K," -.; . ii u pi, Mi--1 to ..roiir.,1
! . -. 1.1 I'- P'- 'l !; of tee Ala - . tie
j IUr MrJ 4'MraJ Kvectel mrr TKn 1 j '' ". .! f , l' ' ' " l" "le ' 1 fTCJOKTltWtSKSBSSBB
" ' ' j ;. ii , . .- f -r t1'- m. . . --s'nl B
I'tinnt of ! l.-gkts from all ounti . f i, .,i.. .- ., . f j ; t i, j i i g
of th - slat, begun arriving h. re to-,..i , -.. r jr' tc. '... V 't'i tl
iiiht f'-r th. pro.-re. si.e republ). ar, ' . ! f ' " ' ' r '. ' '-lu B
i ciii. ii iji e I'liiKiiiini, . i ii ii it i - B ' '' -' (-
I plani.d to f.rm a ;.. rm..i,.r,t ,t,.. !'.-'" f " h ' !,v I ".Z",
I orgui-iK'tMHi .-i.d adopt a .1-i.iati-.i, : r 1 ''' " r m k.iw-,.,
f prn.ii.iles. j t f-r 11 ' ( ' rr,,t '",('(' ( .. H " nil' Ml IBM
111' III Ci S'l 1.1" J mis-
al l.- to Ma!.- w'.eth.r any . audi i.,1. ' U-.s th. . :t . ..f .H .i. -. u- tn '
Wou'd le erid.ISed Ml a .e'..-ntl..l , '''" i t'-ll'ei , t'.
notiiiii.e. Tl,.- lempouri s-ir.t.,n I- . ' "'' ".Tin wl-l
joiin i . r a, -. " r s..-,i i.o , .reiioai t o - -
would U- -!!..!".!. a i i-cl . r ! fii--l'.' '- ' "
Th.- d. . la'aia-u of j ri:.-ipb s. whl' h to- i -- ' "
it i . p..t.-. will be adopted iih. ..it - ..: ' t'-vb-k 1'-
a light, will b. ..r a downward r.- J .n a !.tfc r. ' ' Mr. K'ir " ;'r ,
il..)'. a of lie t.nll. ad , at d ! r.d.K .; K , -cb rain- ' r.ti.-t .
Willi.: i. U- K.iib . a i.-.ii I...OI- ii i.. -t- i r -.: n ( ' r tn ,
tariff I 'crd. I-. -iti .ii i" . i.:r..I ...r- r I ; '' '' " '.- rr- '-l
Aio. ric.'.n liurjaut -. th. i...:,ui.,r . i. ,fn .f ... :.i . t r. -n i
lllilt.it .-.. s ........... II,. .. .... !...; : - l --- r
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.3PLArl RECLAMATION
OP CENTRAL R1Q !
GRANDE VALLEY !
to Be Made Center'
cf Ma;i:c;
Extenc;o"
ncth Project Tliroudi
i of Electric Trans
System. missicn
I That Ai'..,-.. . r ' t , I... in ol ... ,1,
I l:..n j nd i.. ...!: iit..ii .. r, v. ! " 1 - '
i 1,1-, :.. J.,, , .r, l c. t,. .IU a nor "
' . r Vif c-s-fi f I ta fimi 9A
i W "J VZT1 III a l SB M
BEAR HUNT PICTURE
AT CRYSTAL FULL
OF THRILLS
'The :
the t'r.-(
t!: 't n.'ri
i:i the at
in. i me of a
I lot nUbt
flear Uunt,"i't
was a picture
of th huttters
aused a game
to he present
T-,1 the blood
aueience and t
who h.i, pi ned
y tha nctiiagenient
that they
ii' iiipiinil to pay a hunting
: so re I Is the hunt depleted
pi. lure. The b.ar is first l,ht
the woods by a party of armed
nters. he is , hasi ,1 over mountains
d aib-s and finally disappears in
a letle in the side of a hill. The
nt- rs arri br.-atiiless and after a
Id,' to smoke bruin out
Fir. -s are built and the
final:, emerge full of
ht down by ii
bv the cele-
iv 1 1 1 be shown
nlnn perforni-
li. a il'i'i r i . f ti,.. .mdeh !!'
:'. i",. .: a, ;i.it urj iiai'-ileii
... ri i. ooil. a el-ver t.-ani wliii h
up to the high at-nili'td set
i enterprising house. Mis.-.
..I is a stii-'er of at Hit- while
ir.ni.-ii is il il.inc r and nil
,i!"'"liin wilh but few cpiiil
IdlKl.'i l!'e stage toil IV.
If IflM in f n I FRENCH FEVCALE
J ei-. ,i k,'i,f bihmMnMnMKiiMi
IKIIIIKI It Ull. "'-' ' -
V ..I - I thrm mi el U ! I a.4 !.
II dH44U4 4m Mi
Special forthristmas
OPERA BOUQUET PERFUME
and
SACHET POWDER
25o Per Ounce
WILLIAMS DRUG CO.
117 W. Central Blue Front
l:'NVM I lr lOII.V Al'TO LINK
(t arries I'. S. lail.)
I., ai I'.o.w rll 11:14 am.
3:2S p.m
Inly H.t:, a m
- wi II 2 :uu p rn
mo until l":0u a m. fur
f:. P. A S. W. trin No. S. I
i - w a v. l , I'.ounlirip.t I H
l.-,Tige ,arri.-i fre.- evcesa
J .-, .. r mi) ii,, Maggn-
arried.
no. ti .ul.. at Vaughn with
A and Hanti l-'e trains
I;..rf'e!,
Vnrrlii,
nl ners
Agents.
'l-yiLLEH
FUJUR-
nsver
to
v ,irn- n
to r...tt
i.e.. I
every Bakirxg Problem.
It's Fircr-Whitsr
ard More Uniforrn.
Made by LARABEES
Famous GERMAN PROCESS.
LVCRVVARE'
tv:RY sack.,
KELLY 6c CO
: :'ti Grocers.)
aa, Trtnlilad. Oil.

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