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I. , I . ' r rouw. THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY. MARCH 24,1912. ' . Special Free Street Parade at 10:30 A. M. athuirday, Marclh 30 i t . ! ; t 'e ' s f ' ;! ! f I , J u t ; -. , ,- a k I l . t I I t I i ! Copyright 1912 - b SELLS FLOTO SELLS FLOTO CIRCU FECIAL Number ONE The BIG SELLS CIRCUS under direction of William Sells has traveled from brie end of the country to the other and known to everyone. Consolidated with the GREAT FLOTO SHOWS originally promot ed by Otto Floto, premier sporting man of the world, personifying the circus beautiful of modern times ,- i. .-! - mi- . ,..i,.. , iii!-"7" ..uMMmiiiiiM .M immi ii wimnimii, tm 4-:fawS p- rvr ('"ifl'lVVN TYYYA I .--.. ,' 111111 1 1 ', ,." 1 . " ., ,,.",y.i,.i (KfcCgioS y ; -Jj- - XJ ; " COI'TIUGIIT 1313 A COMPREHENSIVE IDEA OF .OUR MARVELOUS MAGNITUDE. ALL OUR TENTS ARE WATER PROOF. TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY, rain or shine, at 2 and 8 o'clock p. m. Doors open at 1 and Some one ny tell you e?jSgro!9 sP k- - r.tr ni ftfxssmm&.mz-s'-r; - ."fyB?-?s?B dujs may be covered up mua i XW1., Jk V s 7 y. m. E .TRACK' -3 O .F fECTLY UCVfeL ROLLED AND SPRl,f iS ik- . ...,t (M le A, KINGLY PEERIlES'5 .XQU5TRIAN5 CARNIVAL OF SPECTACULAR ,ACTS.( FEATS OP AGILITY. DEEDS OF daring' ."O.X AND THESCtNEc' l THEATRIC OF THE MOST I REPRESEKT4TJ0N 'EXTRAORDINARY UfTETue FEATURES EVER HIJf?IJ"E OFFERED IN A I ItlxiimUf I AND. vWORLUiX I EMBELLISHED DIVINE' o INCOMPARABLE EQUESTRIENNES orileslroyccl anvthinc ."WS cverylhing in unfair mcthoJsof competition may be invoked. I;.x pcrience has taught Sells -Flo'o that the public must be fore warned to be forearm ed. Our text is th? good old DECLARATION of INDEPENDENCE We refuse to be coer ced, brow -beaten or bullied. We are of the West, Western. Out i ft where we live the KMSt A bNDING HURDLE RACE emlt mmmSlyHE NATIONS' TAKE PLACE 0NTHISEHQS5 enough lor us withter ntory to give away our rivals. But they sl54-3 "-s coin rbrck with a rcsh array of tal:nt,'-vith creascxl magnificencs Droducticn. the best that money can buy, and what's the answer? All this expenditure of brain- ss bombast is directed oward our undoing:, but it pays us a greater tribute than we could in the most fulsome language pay ourselves. We are mak- VCW 'n2 our own songs and TiC-ki' singing them. Yea, , UVX ,,J 1.4,1 ., Ml . I ... LI. k.'K id f Ii a," iv-i . i. i - C"l MT. LI I inn I r- nn rpp fvH- ATDING HURDLE RACES. rLint, IN Ml l UN a TAKE PLACE ONTmSENUVvr; ivayto - , ' "V don't think so. Ruthlessly, relentlessly and remorselessly have we been harassed, hounded and harried, but we are still doing business. Each succeeding year sees verily, we will take this Eastern fruit and serve it up, on Western dishes. We are not tethered to the throne of any trust. Wc reserve the right to give the American people the most mastodonic and magnificent festival of famous features ever of fered them without ask ing leave or license of any one. Twenty-five cents 1 Doesn't it sound good? A 50c circus for 25c To your father this would read like a fairy tale. Did you ever hear of the Big Stick of the circus world? Well, that's us. Wc axe the triumphant trus: busters. So when you see an army of men covering our bills and posters, ana aesiroying our property, you will realize that they are the best press agents we could have, and we point with pride to their efforts. It is a tribute to our prowes.