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THE ALBUQUERQUE KORNING JOURNAL, THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1912.
i 4 B3RT. i , . it t j I'M i 't " j w 1 i ' I 1 1 t : " t ." I I It HI f c CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. Bom IhsBVaftaaa1.. AmW r-Vm. .sawaw . vmw mm rnmga. ns UHMUf. Tla Aaaf Conner Work. II W. CENTRAL AVE. KXaV-PHOSE Sll a a 141 II 1 esas)esaaa. Me IM I l MM 1 1 In FOR THE... Mls CLEANEST MILK PHONE If MM I I It 1 MMMHI 420 , 1 1 1 M M H I I HirttH I A Rogers' Silverware Coupon in Every Sack of f EMPRESS FLOUR ; ''"-- I I I I I I Uti 1 1 I I II I I I i Beech Hui Brand Peanut Butter One of the Best Brands on the Market Today. C'iss Jars 3 Mzes, 10o20c-35c Mill III I , w awe i r f W A G 0 H S Strong Brothers 1 asaeruiusra aud r-ai) ara-vtrw Da, oa Mlc I ear, bona Ja. HiKlin e rVW ' 5forc 1 HOMEH II. WARD, MgT. lit MarMe At a. rboa. tO. w w MUMMHtllMIIIIIMIK HAIRORESSINQ Mantrwrti -Braids Mad Cp -facial Cleansing MRS .CLAY iMnn. etham ponlnc la the event that y should "H receive your morning p- Oar. I. la r. Hs.n a ihm Dkr t iujiuiuj-m co, giving jrour fta mm . n a addr... a .v.. par will be delivered by ape- "' "" ina telephone a. as. ti.aa Reward as. a pi a jot toe arrest and eon. fiction of anyone caught staal- In copies of the Moralna Journal iron tha doorway ot atitawrlhar. JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO. LOCAL ITEUSJJF INTEREST Cii.rt ItEPOItT. For tha twenty-four hours ending at I o'clock yesterday evening. Maximum temperature., degrees; minimum temperature, i'l; ran 40. Tmirat urn at I . m. ypalcrdnv Sculhwat windx; partly clouily. forta 111 " -KM Jl - .-J-. . 1. Ha) If yon nal rarpnlcr, ti-lcphone iiraraman. pllona 177. Agency for Knox Hats v., . - j !ti::A,T. WaDMrtKton. Ajll .1. .V. w- Mrilro, ArUoni ami wct TpjxiHr'robatily fair Thurfliiy anil Prlilay. Dr. Oraiwr, (4via(h, g, Ktrra Mdg. Iea, llMitta 7IJ. Ir, MrliMrnikrr, (nviaih. Trl. 717. Vnt:l "lan coitMn raga. Jour na offloa. 1 ccnta a pound. r'orrni-r !. ;it to ronttTt', W. II. Anilrr, rcturnt-il Utxi nljtht to fa ii I a r . Mm. 1'uyl Tinlw h ri.nf irinl to lnr liuifiw a Hh mi Mtlaik if hrart trnull, t'upUiln Kri-il Fi.innff, ,,f hr NVw M"lii moiiiil. l ptilK f. I In l ha city fr ii t a ilii -. . W. I , tiriM.T uir Imrli- fur thf SPRINGER TItANSFER CO. House Moving & Heavy Hauling " Fa at Wl !, I a tma:aaa t!..T ta th mr. Oarora IJ aaj W. R. Hpnrr ar BtHor from Uva Vejsta lixlny. having arrived yteriay. H. 1- Jofcnaoo, of th frrt mr k-Jt Uat Bight un a Irty to Xw Tork, f tua annuai furfeush. O. F. fSiaJMneham. of the tariff ! Hrtmrrt. uf tlut Santa F. ta a tu tw witr in the ctty toOay. Marier Mcchani: I A. M&llfmnr ff .""ant Fe, returned lat night from a vvni to Baa Man-ial. H. C. f:-irf. ai-omiai..rf f,r Vf r IUr-1 Ji Miaa t:reL are !sti,r lir f r m heir bvma at Sao I'tlro. fcanui J'f "ryr. a w-JI kn,xn Xanta F aitihe. arrived Uxt Jitcht from T'Apclu. and ut remain her a d r two t loiiifa. ' r two f tbomt "SuKif'itUv. QU'Htlor. fflnjr ' t yiiur thinker ITO- o K-rn ar.var.ij. ihs tonal j.iisif and irfu thrret-. f C. . of Tojw ka. a ftanU F man who ia !! known h-re, U .'f-idir.g a few d (., the city on buinma. He arrlvwt iaj! i.laht. J. P. Hinkl of Kr,wll, arriv in the c;tv la.xt nlrhi nt loair. ihi. 'morning frr Hanta Fe. to aam take ir r: work a inator for chare county. Or. F. F. Itonbii, ot Cartard. ar- nvd in AH.uqmrrqu iaat niKht arc wf!l continue to anta Ft thla morn Inir. He la ataia aenator from t'dt rounty. fc. If. Fauirzar. rKiater of the fnited utea land olfic at Ft. Sum ner, atxint laat nieht in the eit ot. hi way to Han la Fe. where he 10 look In on the lea-Mature. The Morning Journal' weekly line of "Sueative Quentiona" conuiiu "much In little." and often arnniu original lnetlgatlon, that become of rltal Intereat and profit to many. Tonight Wilt be ladleaf nlvht tha Moot club room. Every mem ber la requested to brln hla wlf, sla ter or lady friend. Tha meeting will be called to order promptly at t o'clock. Mrs. Len I- Leech, wife ,.t tha m,n. ulur wife chief at th t tht At Until a E telegraph officea, left Tuesday night for a visit to her parents in Naah Vllle, Tcnn. She was accrmnanl.1 i t, her smalt son. and will b ,.n.. t... several months. V'lca Preaiilonf W c li.i.... . Inn Hants Fe. arrived in tha i... nlrht, on his way tr Chicago from a jwo months' visit In California. He will leave about nimn today for Kunta Fe. and will lalr continue hi Jour ney to ChlcaKo. State liepresentHtive VV". E. Rog-r.. of Rnawell; M. . Orovea, a member of the stiilw ciriiiritir.-t ..n-..i.-i.... and Ju.lg W. H. Ita.ln-y, of K well, wire arrlvala In Albuquerque l night from thilr hoine in the V( nlli.y,- .tid wl.'l leave thla morning fur Hnnta Fe. It was reported from the Hnnta Fe t ouat llne hoapllal lal night that W. M. F.nt's, ihn Hanta Fe bridge foreman aim whs run down by the f.hlcugu llmiti'd Monday afternoon near Grunt s station, will probably re cover. Knit suaiained serious In juries to tils head, body and right leg. win nas rallied from the shock of the accident and unless complications should set In will no doubt g.-t well. . Toil, arrested Monday evening on a thargp if selling li.,ur in vio lation of the stitte statiitn nrohil.H. In Its sal,, on election dav, and also becaime he did not have a retail II- f'tn.e to lliSIiellMC Ihf. b.v.rau .. ...... fined IVl yesterday whin arraigned befora Juatlci? of the IVaia Uewrge II. '"ralg. The evidence against Toll ws furnlshe,) by Fred llowen to whom be I. alleged' to hvt. sold a Uittle of whiskey. M.-nry HI roup, the ai roiiimodallns Colonel W. S. Hanewell tt lis night for a brW vurit to his ranch lr erra county. Dr. X. K. Wvlder and wife hav fona to Michigan for a s-eral weekt twit to relatives and frte-nds. John Beal. a mnioer rf the mnnni ed police, arrived fn tha ritv last niirht on nta way to Hocorro to attend court. Mr. and Mrs. John Otero, of 1 West Marquette, are celebrating th arrival Jof a bAby daughter, bort several days ago. Miaa HaiHe E. King, prinefpal of (he Library school, k-ft st.-rday on tne f. aiifomi. limited for a, short vi.it n the tfunsrt state. There will be no nvetina of th Woman's club tomorrow. This week'. metmjf is p-:pon il on account of 1 oeing uood Frid-ij. Mrs. Joseph Barnclt left htt Blshi tor rajrwofji) hot springs, where h goes fr a sojourn to recuperate fron a ree?tit attii'k f lllnewi. Hhe wa. aci.-mpanil by Mi Ltriha Hare Mrs. J. W. tiertie. who h.is beer sfKndmx eewr.il months In Calif or nla, ia here on a l.ruf visit to her mnn E. Clertlx. will return to her home in t oiumbu, o., within a short time. Frank Htortz. secretary of tha Kik and manaser .f their opera house, lef. :-'t ni'ht f ir Fayuood Hot Springs, to sprrxi several weeks recuperating irr.m a sever; attack of rheumatism The Missionary meettne of th ladies of the Christian church will no tx held this Thursday as announce but next TTiunsday. April 11, at th home of Mrs. Wlllara Irvine. T91 West Fruit, avenue. Th Kaster vacation beeran vester day In the public and Catholic t.ar o fatal schools. Including St. Vlncent'f academy. From now until next Mon day the pupils will enjoy a brief re aplte from their lrs-wins. Tha Morning Journal Is In receipt oi two voluminous congressional doc uments, containing in full the report of tna tariff board on Schedule K o tha tariff law. The documents were sent by Congressman, II. It. Fcrguj aon. Charles V. Hafford. formerlv cashier or me tiank of Commerce, and for twelve years traveling auditor of New Mexico, has left for Washington. where ha goes to become private seu retary to Lnited HUtes Senator Albert if. ran Tha literary sewing society of John A. Logan Circle, Ladies of the CJ. A. R., will meet this afternoon with Mrs. Putman. The ladies are requested to meet at the corner of Hvmn,i aa Central at 2 o'clock to take the car for Old Albuquerque The Missionary Circle of the First Haptist church will meet this after noon t Socmck. Mrs, Williams and Mis. Hammond will be the hostesses. me subject for discussion will tie "Work Among the Freedmen In the United Htates.'' The many friends in Albuquerque of Mrs. Warren (irnhum. m h r. . ...,,- ly underwent a acrlous operation t ft. Joseph's hospital, will be pitted to tern that Mrs. Oraham is rapldl) convalescing and soon will be able to return to her home. There will be a g'Mrd communica tion of Templn Lodge No. , A. F. and A. M. this evening at s o'clock at the Maaonic temple. Work In the F. degree. AH visiting brethren .ire Welcome. rx order of the W. SI.. Harry liruun, secretary. There will be a jneetine of the AI buquerqn Retail .Merchants' .asso ciutlcn this evening at o'clock In the olflce of the secretary at ill Mouth Fourth street. Htanding c;n- i iiiltt.es will be uppoititrd and o:h't Iniportant bualnesa transacted ty :lie ii"oi liition. ah members ar; ur.r-d to be present. It Is evident Major h'rnt.n Meyers is n advocate of Judson lianiion's noin Ination twenty-one Vars ind h coming vent is expected to h line of tnoat notable in the history of the In Jian puolilo. The beloved priest v.a.s A visitor in AHuiuer!ue resiterdav. W. W. Xosman, a timber cruiser. representing ttenver mprtalists ix in Albuquerque and will lc-ive in a few days for the Jemca country where he goes to pic out a e.t- for a bis saw- miu wnicn it w expected LK-nver men wtil erect In the Jemea mountains for the sawing of timber which thtv will place on the market. Mr. N'mman 1 enthunlaKtic about ih resources of the Jemea section and sa-s it. de velopment will m ttn great things foi this city. He advocate. th buildins of a railroad, that rich coun try, v :..v'v" I This evening at ' o'clock at th Central High School buibllntr lir Frank H. Ii. Roberts. oresidAt of the -Vew Mexico Xorrrsal University at Las Vegas, and a public speaker wel. known throughout the state, will de liver a lecture on the lol.u-f latlon til Heajh to Education." Tht lecture is one of a series under th. auspices of the Bernalillo Countv Medical association. The lecture wit he free and high school and univer. sity students, as well as the s .norji public, are cordially Invited to hear ut. KooertM. Ldward Frank, a w. !1 knoan Attn.. querque auctioneer, has complctej ar rangements for openinit an an.-inm araenouse at III North Hetond trceu -wrpre. comrrenrln in the near future, he w"'l mmluri uctions. Aecordi-ir ti r' Pe.ou he purposes to buv h..iieeoold furni ture and other good ..f persons leav ing the city and e:t 'hese on Samr. aay, disposing of the entire stock every Saturday, regardless of price. Mr. Frank officiated as nni.,n... i... Saturday af the Vann Jewelry sab and did a tremendous buine for the firm. - BRIDGE fli B IVORK FEATURES 0FIE1G U WIver to ba obtained with aim EMPP.E-Sa counons la a datiaht t evan the moat fastidious tasta. A cau poa la every sack. FAMOUS PRIMA DONNA APPEARS IN CONCERT TONIGHT AT ELKS The rinest attraction of the wintei under the auspices of the Santa Fr Reading Room Entertainment cnilrse will appear tonieht. when the Intern.i. tlonal Concert Company, of Vlonni, Irfjndon and New Vork (ills an enitage- nicnt. The company presents Lillian Uom or lenna. a i.rimn donna aolol.t -'iwrgei omen, and France" Jude. vir- iiounisis, ami Klls Ivimey, c eompanist. The last three are all u l-cndon. It is significant that this stellar it traction stops but five times between fan l-ranr-lsco and fhtcairo, namely at iHirstow, Kingman, Albuquerque, New ton ana M.-ircelme. Mo. .ns iorn will render popular songs; while the .Misses Ohictr nn.l Jude will iiooar En i.itmll. mm,. hers. .M;f I-. Imev i. a pian'st whose work, his attracted attention both America and Europe. bounty Commissioners Receive Report on New Wing-Dam, and Also Request for Im provement to Dykes.. The Rio Grande ls r-rossin- the dykes, which annually prevent it rom flooding the nw-tyins f-nr,s in he valley, were the main subjects dis cusser at the meeting of th? board of -ounty commissioner held yesterday H the court house in Old Albuquerque. The report of County Surveyor Pitt iioss, regarding the new win? dam. went of the liarelas briilr was re ceived. Thla report stated that the MiBsourl Valley Brid;e Company had :cmpleted the dam satisfactorily. This wing-dam effectually prevents the river from ever mnilnr lia hnn "l aroqnd the end of the bridge, leav. ng the crossing hiuh and dry, as it .hreatened to do earlv last winter ami las threatened several times since. A petition for the enlargement of he dyke from Ranchitoa de Al iue to Los Duranes, was presented" by ' ? ll. li:ker. and tabled for futile. ! reference. The surveyor was ordared to Investigate the need for the . sl-; lint ; rla!TMt tz 'frj VOUNG fellows in school diy when they're just about .argement and what It probably would f. , j ... tu ,iauuutc( u 6uvu ouit io ar rast. A protest fwas en t ere-1 asninst the 1 alleged closing- of a public road in :he',mnst fl neCeSSltVI 01 LJ ft Serfi IS (llMtalu n .III i.i . a 1 WAT Fit TAX UrP avt tv ahm-: at or not: or water co., a. V( IIUIJ', METHODIST LADIES HOLD EASTER BAZAAR THIS AFTERNOON r - ... . iiMiKniHiiiin i o-i ueiiiocruiir: cariutij;: t j ....oi .no i at tne t'ommerrlal club, 'or president of the ,lnited Htatcs i Is proudly exhibiting to his fri-nds a Yesterday he bet Hlmoh Hchloss f l.0'0 5TEIN-BLOCH 5MAR7 ClOTfltS 1 7 1 11 POLL TAX for School District No. .13 Is Now Due. x Pay at ALDER'S DRUG STORE, Old Town. imn.ieomr nan.l-iarved Chinese t. b.i ceo Jar, given hliu bv li. puly United SMi.-s Marshal Ed. Newcomer, who brought the gift from Chinu on hi. return from the orient tM ..rit Mr. Niisnmer drought glfis for nu merous friends In Albuquerque, hav ing collected a Inrg assortment of Valuable relics while in the f;ir at. AZTEC Puel Co. The "EntrlLsh" and tlie oaxon back S r I. . . ....... . .w..w a.w I lli OIIU uiaiiitc. full of the smart set stylel r.Af , . rnA. GALLUP STOVE COAL ALL KINDS OF WOOD I will he grateful to tiH ftcrM.ti wlui luirrowrtl IIn- "III Volume of Const I . Intl.. ii ami ( ban ti If m will rtv turn ii to my offliv. HI INK W. ( LIM Y. a ii - Itaal fashion. Rungalow millinery shop. Taka car north on Id to llth A Mb rd. English. Ursij'it from tha l.nd ,n ilui. anil adapted to tt:e 1,nurt Bnd la. tea pf Ameri.-.n tlre. ra. FTEIN-rrXK-Jl h.s the intbls trsrk In Lngla,.1, t..j ,H frt ,ht benefit t f It e- . n U fore Fifth avenua ske. vf, ,n ml4t smsrt. Try oa rttlser Melt Nail. "th of Ulevp $20 and more. HORSES. We bate several Ih-smI of large work Ihitvw for -ale. Wright, I loo t. IJiMl pom-all. (i, be M-en llimvlst. m.;.w 1 1 v riiiM'r. ( omiiirn ss ( Into llulhiiiig. mai. it nominated, Harmon would easily be elected president. Hctiloss promptly overed the ante, and Jo? Burnett wus made stakeholder. I F. Kne Ion. a nrnmm.nl nrri.-id of I he. forest service, with hewdquar- lets In nashlnaton. urrlv. rl l.. i n.,, juerque last night and will le h...,. several davs on buslneaa at Hi. Thir.t district headuitarters. Mr kn.i,.,. I. well known here, havimr .i ..... i...... ben supervisor of the I'ecoe National Jand II. J. Tompkins; tea Hh headquarters at Hantu We sen everything for a heme from the cement for foot Ing to the varnish at the finish. SUPERIOR LUMBER AND MILL CO. GOnslibumCd -Jf AroVJ . A Gcx'J CrrrUI. Oali TAV HAHN COAL CO..rT ruoxK ii. AJTrnnAcrnt, all kizfsv itxam oal Coka. MID Wcavl, IWcry Wood. CWd Wood, N.flv, KlTllX. FVs Brtr. rirw Clay, Saata Fa JVlck. Cosasaoa Brtcft, Uaaa GROSS, KELLY & CO. (Inc.) Whnleaala Qr.-ra sad DmIms ia Forest Fe President E. !. .Murphy, of the State Board of 1'h.irmacy. has Issued a rail for a meeting ..f the board nt Santa Fe May IS. 1 i, IS and t. Vio lations of tha pha-maco and poison laws will . Investigated and c.idi. date for examination to Eriti.-.- pharinacy will be examined. A. J. Fischer, of Santa Fe, I. swretsry of tnr txinrd. All niemUrs of Albuquerque Camp, Modern Wmidman of American lire reque-ted to meet at Odd Fellow hall at a o'clock tonight for the purpos of meeting o. W. Gurry, a lecturer from the h. ad rmi at It.H k l-l.md III., who w ill exnlain In detail ih. p. rent readjustment of rates In Ihi. big iraiernal sm h-ty. IIt ..rd. r of the ! consul, James J. Votaw. clerk. Tha ladles of the Christian . bur. h will glte a Iwxaar Sitt.rda aft rn m i. at Its West Gold avenua. to vhtch the public Is cordially Inv It.-.t. The various sub-ri.nimltte.s. In . h. rn. nuiiitMrmg a score of ladi.-s. are headed Mr,, k. C. Ilotlr. presi dent of the Indies' Aid hislet). The ounit ladies of the Hear. h. rs club and the King's llauxht. rs will assist. Colonel Chart.. E. Jones. wtii. known as "iluffalo'' Jon.-s. is In th. or noin nis ram n at l.im Alamrs San M;ku-I rountv. eshit.itm. . atent spiral wat.r lift, whu h h. claims will reclaim Ihe desert I v rair- Ing n.t st not to ekrn.l t: -t a. re. I'roviding enough rn,wit.n.. mem i K m htm h. re. Colonel J.ii. pr..M. . t e1ahlih In A lbiiu. r.,u a fat..ry f.aj- the man of a. lure of th Invention. He ha. taken Ihe matter up with Kecretary Thomas J. Nsyb-n of Ihe i'..imtirl.l luh 1 in r. sil,n.l- the n.w t.ridT spannir. t.e l:io Grande al the In dian v . of Isieta wi; l f.tm ;i" de.lalM by tha 'v. A. !. her tthe iwras betewt. w h. will a.k 1: t. The Ladle.-.' Aid society of the TiCac Avenue Slcthodi.t church will holf thiir annual Easier b.in.ir In th( churjh parlors ihis afternoon. Months of preparation has resulted j in a big accumulation of fancv' work end aproriH which will be put on rah together with Easter novelties of al' kinds. Easlir . home made can uics and home cooking delicacies wil' be on display and many other daln tKs Interesting to tho feminine shop per. Refreshments wll be served during the e-Mlia afternoon. Tha committees in charge arc. as fol lows: Easier tio cities- M, ..Inn,... i-.t-... Liviiigsloiie. John A. White, J. lit well H. I', Slohn. U. ft. Jonis. f. nvf.rt.in und horn lajuis uuttmon. Ths petition had a number of singers. Guttman was ordered to appear befora the board Friday, April It. when it will again fce in serslon, and state his side of the -natter. The county surveyor was ordered to etrsce the line of the survey of th Old Alhuqueraue-Uriexos road, to set stakes for Its widening, and to make permanent monuments along the oad on the line of the survey. The sheriff was instructed to dis pose of the old county dirt wapon, a -.ew one having been bought several months ago. A petition sign-it bv a number of he residents of Alxmeda and the vi-j inlty to hav the old Alameda bridge repaired, was tabled. Many of the people of that section find It more i convenient to use the old bridge than f the new one, and they wish the old ?ne placed in proper shap.- for use. The commissioners will investigate the matter. A petition for an electric light in Hurela. near the store of 1!. I. Bara- cat, was denied. An opinion regarding the leeality of h? sheriff's charges for hoarding prisoners, nnd payment therefor bv tho commissioners, was received from he district attornev. The onlnion held that the addition of the socalled "fee iystem" did not abolish this system of eilini the prisoners also, and con vquently that the commissioners mluht safely pay out money for the oartl of the prisoners to the sheriff. E. O. Garcia resigned from his losition as constable of precinct 13. nd his resignation was accepted. A petition for rniid work in nre- cinct IS was ta'.ded. The commissioners vviil inv stivite he advisability of piacinir an elx-lrir good or a dark worsted. Hart SchafTner & Mara make the kind of clothes you want, and we sell them in the! way you'll like. Prices here are right; for both of us. Simon Stern The Central Avenue Clothier This store is the home Schnffner & Marx Clothes. of Hun lihht at the stock vards crusi-iT r.s th. ianta Fe railroad, in Harelas. A pe tition for this liKht wus tabled until the investigation could be tti.ide. . A numler of accounts were- approv ed, and the board mlj.iurneil to meet at U o'clock in the afternoon, April 1':. The best saddle horses to be had In the city are at W. L. Trimble's, 111 North Second street. Phono J. tx.klnit. Mesdame J. Doollttle. l.ult Injfl.-e. Chns. Wutllm-ton, A. L. Mar tin. r . E. Ue.irth, E. W. Fee. Luthti r-tejmens and J. A. Rousch; recep- lion, committee. Sirs. C. O. Beckman .Miss Edith Gorby. Mrs. Thomas vvaiker, sirs. John A. Wilson. wanted Experienced saleswomen ppiy at The Economist. I Tha swellaat turnout. i ihe city ara at Trlmble'i. m Kortl Recomi street riu.no S. 1 .viayor James c inhlman m.t. Neh.. often called the "Cow liv May or, writes of the benef t p.. derived from Foley Kldnev Fill, and says, "I have tak.-n Foley Kidn.y Fills and trey nave giien me a great deal of re iiei. so 1 . heerrully r-roin oien.l them. J. H. 1 Itielly Companv. I... al agents. r ' CT""ti n . 1J 1 ne ruresi f and BestSg no fferClf! no on imA ti fi the xSi California VvS W Fruits fm IS IN THIS CAN V l or Sale by f irst Clay 1 V A 1 n Try a Journal Want Ad. Results Chicago Mill & Lumber Co. A, H. Carroll, Mgr. General Planing Mill. 3d and Marquette. Phone 8. WALLACE HESSELDEN General Contractors. Flgurea and workmanship count, wa guarantea mora for your money than any other contracting firm Id Al buquerque. Otfica at bCPERIOIt PLAXIXO MUX. Phone 37T. GIERKE,. OGLE & DOANE, Abstracts, Firs Insurance, Civil Engineering, Surety Bond rteal Esute ant Lcana. Phone 111. Rooma 111 Btarn Rid. ... , . m-w .r. .a .una l..n prleat. h.. Will ask God Wool, Hides. Pelts and Goat Skins' I'T " "," ""'-- t . l-aooa, .N. M, Coeo-a. h. H. nsss,twa '.a . . .1,. fwl.l a. . i ... . ithrr I've her .., btta at ll.ta Frank's Auction House 1 II8N. 2d St. I'ach mint rvevy Satiir.Uv la-ofMitlv ! .' s. si, I will ..-ll al anlHin M- ctiurr M..k of (Mri.nnre an. I rtoiiM- limilinat IImI U .-.mialn.il In in) ware. IfSH-r. lis . ..n, Mrt. trtar I .-niral a v. not-. HsiW m f. iv i Hmi, M- rst- I aaaranicv s i.re J' I" all. Use Inticr and rt- er alike. Will. I'. I v I 'OH nT I u.w ture nr In fasH. aalMnc if ai a r .tiahp. fn-tn: tdward frank, Auctioneer. Cream Suitings Doesn't the bit of warm anther ' . , . " " v 1 1 LA Vat ma.ve you think of Cream Suits and Skirts. - i'VV I H V 1 V Is yours made yet? We have an extensive line of all wool cream suit ings for you to choose from. Especially popular are the white with black stripes. We also have a good line of Whipcords. Serees, Panamas. Mohairs and Poplins. i y Hm'il.fa'i,n.'tWrt.M.l,IJIM ttMtlMIIIGC - PHONE 283. 307 West Central.