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l.'JLiL.-J i U.....:3 JOU:."AL L'Cr.aUY, JUr.Z 17, 1912.
i . "1 Tf .Ws 1 "i f GARDEN -HOSE and LAWN MOWERS of Good Quality at Low Prices. RAABE & MAUGERil . . 115-117 Worth First Street. - Mil n t7ci inni . .. . - ft MllOCO " TO ARRIVE IH nrpi r i!cochxoooooooooooooo' ULD1IJ 6 , , . ! . ,.. . ... CHICAGO fineness Nebraskan is Uiven UK.anoma nepuoiicans uo io lb iicm ott of the republican part, l,r t,rwild'sr.l of the lintel' Stai Th Mlni?M biter 'juiekl f-ibowcd , a retort ilw! the l dlr3tM from Hum ill, iustrurie.1 ft, Ttift fed decided to Join bund w.th lb Caiif'irnl deb-gaU'in on H "( port of Colonel Itiww-ielt. Tin ri pt.rt a dented by th delegates K aid tiny wofeid Maid by their tr Strurtien. : When th bile! corridor lei;.n t mumsor of a Roosevelt Indiirte. th. 'Jnft be uliuarlrrs wr .otirred lo c tviiv. Director Mi-Kinky, .unfr Pi-nro. Wliiiam lisrne. Jr., f New York. en.1 several other talked okr the matter nd liirec-tor AtcKlnicy in stttuted a mold lire investigation "f th Individual c of di-rtl.H which tlJ Hon. It wtMnfiiti w Mi'H. After several lieur wu'i satin i hiree-tor--Me Kinley iM I; c'Uims w -r unfounded and tit !tu- Linn unchanged. The .J- l-4-"-- cannot I w.-v..l from tfcelr orincipl. no msder hot T.du'MtllT1 tr o!f. rM." aiJ luree- tor McK'iiley. - i'h Tnft m.tficr r-irtfuilr pH vrjf rti!cft!uii fr-m "hub Jr t(in - r irt'l ni nniJ u. h r wrt t . uriffs'jn.lftt -t' linnk Of M UFl. j T. Hhf l: WlKrf- ruff, of ;r'M k! r.. l-r-mti-rit VH vton BairKi to bjhko.h tiini on lh" firrl tallwt."" AKnoonwrrtf nt rf Timothr I. M'dnumff'i lfrtln maIc K. A. Vn VaikvM,-r(. 'f I'hadlihUi. t'I!)l ooi:(t h! an h iii-)!'l rn lo ?t to lh n-pp'rr thit (rmr I,ut- ;. Timothy I- "' ru)T. bal f li Ki.K tfirny -t' l' mil. n f New Vrk, Jut -rl i Itowarvtt," IJ Mr. Vun Vitlkra.rK r. WKirul maun iht h ri nd iadffrftMblr tnitir- hoi'n tr th unM-atlrr f i li-ttaily -ld rt i-l.g i ! Irrrt T-.ii nd U'hln tri, f"ri b al tir." Vo r.ri ff jmiturKnu:ii !:! MnHJ-raWf I ! that m tr.-r ltriklyii l-l-ai wtml'I Mh him. Thf fl l-d-r r"unled uji th drlwttai nl loniht tuI a if'm'fit mntwtiit bir t;iat to Mr. Twft'n nttoMAvy. The tHf mrit vra fiirnru Uv tlv nt lh -Un dJti fro'.t Kin? csouriy. " Th tour KrooHIvn mn apprarln on th lomporerr roll h ixit Ktgn lh. niient wfr TlraotriVi I. xdrufT, WlHiwm A. fr r.ti a t. lHiMd Tumt and Jacob T. IIullfin. i CHI lilTEbHITi 'S JAPAN'S DESIRE Ah Ovation as He Enters tfoief .But Declines to -Seek Republican Nomination, SAYS KATSURA Oriental Statesman Assures Associated Press That Mika do's Government Means We" By Celestials. : (Br ManMac ml kotrl.l I mm Wtta.1 Tokio. Ji:rs Frnn iao Kat- aitra, twkxr iri-rrwr ut Japan, Udy mad a ft.ti iti.nl rrwardina . hia iwi tin J.ii.in aliunde toward hina. remark to t!- f"r'iMi tr- rrMnd4it ! .1. i. U-l tt rwipttat 'ally that rti Jj.an.w attttudu to- nnrd China Had proint-d ly KcinHl alma aad d- lard that ,iian'n i;rairat h' l la to ie t u.lii-h-d. rltni Katrura aiao rvKretted l'fj ' hta inability to y viwlt to the nill Watt' diuinic lh.- lrit h; umti to mak to Kuroi. I'ririi. Katxurx iwid: ' CKtna la bow awturt-dly th! frrf-at-efl proUi-iri. luthinkinit p-nin have aaM-rt'd that immn aouirht for and hned for r-voluil..n In China. NothtnK eould ho moro uniust. Two )rt ko hn waa atill ).renilr I d-ciiKl Ut th Aiuf'ald lr that ro u' n thmiftht h'l -nurid In to th vn.Bulrriiil.n of triy fof"t-in-nt. I (Hin my honor I !at-d that what waa tnoM eariowtly aouieht tMa under a lt anil' competent ttr.vprnmrnl In China. What I Mid thrn 1 rrpeal now, know-in that ny atntcniftita r-iMrtd truthfully th tii of h ma)-iy and hi ad vir. "The srrat orra nhould conr-rt- dly adufit mranutvk to aasurv ht-ller wotld t-niiilHiKfi iivlici-d to th in- t-Brtty of China. . Japan no mo -ka to vtolata rtri-h a l'l"lK than any oiher ti.llot txiuud ty imitaf asrrmnt. 'trha; rach- one of lh x.wTa diH-r from th oth-r In minor detail, tut I hp -at h will i rillre Individual dmrra In order to m hn-vr th nmoion tl- t, hl h l the integrity of China.'"' s . ! M aag Ji.ial aial Itwi Wlra.1 "hl.-rtrv, J Wtliiam J. iVyan . wa Jk fBttr iif attrurtlB tn th prc-conveniton arrn today and itutugh .anA l t headquarters of )4r of rUal party, a a now lr reporter, he waa given a dem onstration by tb thona; of,viitor and deleitatva. Mr. Hr bad a fx-raonal chat with Theodora Jtooavett late In the day. after he had interviewed . Senator Dixon, the Kooevell campaign di rector jri l!;najr JalcKlnley, of the Tat loreaa. .. AM b entered the hotel lobby, ; ellmalr.jr hia my ihrcuirh the rrod. Home one rhouted. "Hurrah for hryan." and tli Ni-lrankan waa given a demonstrative elcome. H waa cheered lur several Hlnutea and ron tlnuoua crta of ."ripch." "tTeet-h," lpe-U,"; came front all pari - of the lv'y. .. . Mr. -Iyan an?' hia hand to the crowd and remarked to ihoae near him that b bad i-oin "m-rel a a newfjioper reporter and not eklng Ltia preaidential nomination frou: a republlran convention. "1 ram io see your abasm roller," aatd . Mr. Itryan s he fthoojt hundu with CouKretwman MrKlnley. , "Is it anywhere in aifbt?" ".No we have laid it ald," said Mr. Mi:KJnly, but would be gUnf to len4 it to you if you would ik to have it at ttallinmre." ,'. h, n; wo drnuH-rat don't nd it." Mr. Jiryan lauithingly responded. "We are goinjr to bold model con vention." . . . , .. .. -T' .. . Convention 600 Strong; New Jersey Shows4Jp with Brass .Band and Yell. - : cufiiriSTE r ErJTHUSIASTIC XVIhh lluilns. flay CHily UK float (Vet4 iwi more hut give Urn tw-H rewalu II. I. l!lorn'iuii, Kwialle. W la., aay hi wife considera Koley's Honey and lar compound ine oe.i eouan cura on the market. "5h ha tried vari ous klnda hut Kt'1ey rive the beat reauli of all " J H. o Ul.liv Co. dul F TO FLEE FROM WAR ZONE iik u tviiiiuaii itmio: Chbniti, June 1 An a!Iid;it rhnrxing al aitempt to bribe . II. Cook, negro delecut to the repub lican national convention frm Uo!it lana, fur lo dw-rt the Mute i,ii -mi vole fur KotiM-vett, esteem ed ly Cook hliiielf wh made u! t tonitfitt ty lorector MtKinley of the J a I tieIisiarter, itu "lalt headi,'irter a mm-r let that Cook, Iio b a Kaptlxt iitlmatei inJ a t.ank caahler at . Idalla, C.in-v-oliiu) piih, Iximnian.i. n aoe hia iui4it;ini lielore a notury of hi own Vl.llliltll. . Tint affidavit rtaila a folio; I. r. 11. Cook, bring nrut twin n. in like oath and wy: Hut u Tiiui.ly bight, the Utn dy of June. lU. a gentleman h-i tu.miil to ! a lr. Thnnpon Ironi Colorado, aii-r being intr(lined io eh other the and l alter tlnllnn ut (im m- that I w a delegnte Ireni the Klfth one linl li, of Lr.uotii, sid tn ie if ou wi'l oiiie i or ih me T. It t rd ther is g iiuijuinJ ilolltr. whliii. ol .....i.e. I i. ii,-,l .Hid fcl t'e Mtr: r time he h id lh money in hta ,,"n,! : npllf ml AntOITt.lrhi in Com end ti.fMl t ount 't ot-t t !. UUItlill ni.iUIIiat,ill Hi UUIII t ma'-.- lo iflni'ill ttittenier.t tn -. ai.v it l.ra been Ing the round 1.1:1 irrenli' il-le r ni thai I bad r-it t. l oit. All -f whh-h lilee uptn lt lie. Thre are m r;efiig on earh eld and we ire IrltruMv tnwatd other, nut !- vauw 1 ni Jin one Mle and te n ,h- tti-r mikn u tml. All t rel'illt - ou Mivltig llwl I have or am com irk over In untrue. That eon.i- :r in my iliwir.it to vt"! ieir Mr Tift rd th tint ond t - thm I'll d i l ti 'V vole fur t e-min:t i lli-n "t Mr. I '.if l. I rtiMii. thi aniii.mt I rty n tree alll r.-l aii'.uu. tC'tH'M I". II. C'M'K. ' In ! v ri .!:v uri'ia'i'i, mi riin-d inl woin i. l, I ne n.e till lih dny if Juoi. !'!.' "KliMtei. l!inre II. Jrflri-e. e. .M"lf St. 1'ille I'urri'i'iMi, iic .iry pullie." f'-n !Mr l'ivi'l- ri itilMlllleit III tile nfful iv It in f .v low e ' I imr lii.irl nf Cm k in..! I nev.T lr tif I hn'i -..ii. 1 tlilnk II I. .11 a pur f.'ki " MEETING Tele-His Iowa Candidate Sends graphic Greeting to Henchmen Which Provokes Cheers in Headquarters. COLORADO RIVER LEVEE IS BROKEN Nee.lie. Cal June I. Unit a l.n-4. k In the Culoiaili. ner bvee bad Murred at .Millie tiiikiinnn potiit w;ie th lx-lief here turuglit a ihe rlM r Vuildtnly beKan ! I'll arl thm morning and ntitihiid drmipins all V. The lrek i biiieveil In be at amie tM'Bl "n Hie Ariftniia nidi. i-Vr aeVerai rl the glenle-l l.iloa durliig b'rh a "in en mint aiii-i tin , I rei nf the fliwir had l--n riM heii and til wulet tiesiin ti ret rt!e Mttit te romtiat the eltuiinn Ihe Kniila e railroad i huw itiMrt'a!in lui.iitred .if men auil great qimntiM if tl.l tertal lo . r..te, I Neeilii- ai d tlx brUlgea tuiii.-r aeuih. Grape-Nuts H and rnwm f brewkfaa Comfort and Energy fur a h- .lar There s a Reason mand of Second Brigade of Cuban Rebels Warns Non Combatants to Leave. (By Mara tag fauMl a.eetal I i.i.g Wtra.l Chli ago. June J 3. ioa delegate aaaembled in their henduarters to day gn! cheered a telegram from their tandidatg tit president, Henatot Commlna. expreaamg appreciation of their support. The telegram, directed, lo Senator Kenyon, follows: ' "1 deeply appreciat lh bei effort any man aver had whb-h my friend are' trig king for m at Chicago and I ant yon lo express to all my pro found gratitude. I hav been In continuous struggl . for progressivr pnnclpUa for many year and 1 know you will bold I ha color high so that no man ran mlataka wrier I stand. There ar other good fighters in Chi cago, but there ran be none more valiant. nn more faithful aad loyal than the army of low 4 soldiers." V- DRAFTS PLATFORM fsV Mnalai ieanMI H ! Wlra.1 Chb;ago. June Headed by "Iry bamlUi Ed" Ferry, Kg rhalrroan. the Oklahoma delegation arrived bra to- 4y. - The delegates -and their friends traveled in three wpe-cta! traiua. the last of which is expected tomorrow. Mors than to art In the party and the firt arrival, headed by a brass band, marched through the streets to their botel, saving Roosevelt banner and . singing a AooseveJt "Houn Uawg"' song. The Xcw Jersey delegation also pa raded behind bii.ici when arriving. II swung down the street singing, "Hah Kah, Rah, who are wT we are del egates, from New Jers.. Are we in It? Jut you wait, till wc give Teddy twenty-ight uraight." The delegation came Jnto town heady organised. Borden U. Whit ing, waa named for national commit teeman and a members of commit tees the following was chosen: Resolution. Ueorge K. Record; credenlialn. J. Boyd Avis; rulea, James ti. iiUuveit, and permanent or ganization. William U. Uurd. Virginia delegation arrived late in the afternoon and wilt caucus tomor row. The rival delegations from Massa chusetts came In today and opened headquarters in the same hotel. The Roosevelt delegates held an Informal meeting In the evening and will go into. tli full delegation meeting to morrow with a ' purpose to bsrinon ixe. things" a lo the selection of com mittee members. . Roosevelt delegates said tlier would be no bnnge in the complexion of the delegation as to the support of the rival candidates. 'There will be eighteen firm for Roosevelt and eighteen firm for Taft," said Charles L. Baxter of the Rooaevtlt delegation. Th Connecticut Taft delegation of fourteen arrived, bringing with them nearly a hundred enthusiasts, includ Ing the alternate, republican . state leaders and visitor to the convention. Th Nevada delegation elected some of Its committeemen while en route and on arrival today announced them as follows: - Chairman, E. E. Roberts; platform and resolutions, H. f. Moorehouse; credentials. K. K. Roberta; national committeeman, li. B.-Maxon. The six delegates are instructed for Taft. An addition to the La Toilette force wa the North Iakota delega tion, a wirtd ten votes they say for Ia Follelte. from first lo last. The North tuikuta and Wisconsin delegates will caucus together. c.uxtM d.;ati- .A.MK CO.MMITTFfrMKX Chlcsgo June !. The California delegation chose Its members for the convention committees today. Fran cis J. Heney wa selected for the credential committee; former Gov. Ueorge C. f'ardee, committee on rule; Chester H. Rowell, committee on resolution, and Meyer Ltesner, for national committee-man to succeed George A. Knight. A few ions of rhotc old alfalfa, bj the bal or larger amount. New al falfa altould be fed with great care, livery sprUift auanber of cattle and borarw are killed by e, Immature alfalfa, that Is Bot properly es- aooed. K. W. FEE. The COOLEST Theater in the City f The SAFEST Theater in ihe City The MOST SANITARY Theater in the City Under the management of W. R. GOURLEY, Lessee, will offer to the citizens of Albu querque a series of morally clean, instructive and amusing entertainments consisting ol Songa, Pictures, Vaudeville Acts and Dramatic and Comedy Playleto Beginning Tuecday Evening, June 1 8 - ' when we will introduce the : ; p - Yankee Doodle Stock Co. in their tabloid versions of high class Comedy snd Drama, with especially engaged vaudeville artists between all acts. No waits; no dull times, and what WE SAY WE DO WE DO DO. Prices will be 10c for any seat. Full particulars in Tuesday's paoers YANKEE DOODLE STOCK CO. Oplh ti ti irn Y Tuesday Evening, Jane 18 the safe theater. c SOCIALISTS QPEN cniufi in CHICAGO i I Our Royal I ia la need Ration will I make your lima fmifitalilo ami ro- i diHtivr. A M-b-utlfic mixturr. Con tains all tlic cli'iiH'iits for grroulng rhirfcens and laying .In n. Tula- Hack, feed it. If r-ult-t arc iu4 what UKiy klHiuld b price will be relumed to you. K. W. "KK, I'lionc !, The nation W-ill survive the Chi cago convention, but the republican party may .lie crippled for, life. Eugene V. Debs and Emit Sei- del, Nominees for President ancl Vice President, Speak at Riverview Park. ,ii.n W m. hirtf itui. Jun.- g. 'ihe inunli ipHLi v n Kl -lir has l n-ti ite ie)M,j iteil a 4 ro i'i of tl:e rn-.' ma -tun f ; n-ral Aniomachi 1 .-.'m mmn! ..f the p. rond t rlgndr ( the I ei oli, i iinry fur" in Cuba. ex-t hnrllmt foreisnci to llee from lh.-j Iriiiiliied tone 4ihin t -i nl - four hotifw. Ktitt' ill p.irt mrrt utivli t-. mm 1 I her are S," ' r. fuisxii at Kl Cohte j At. t 4 tik nir..l r at lulm;i Hi -lano j Ni i hi l i.n ri tivi-d at Ihe I Cittio ii-ifiitii ii of the siii render i f a lire iuiiii'-t -f liiM.rv t'rita. Tto ine.tfe -1 .i . 1 1 thiil the rcticl b-.idir. l.-m.i Hiiti i.'iiii, t. ive tin n killed l i ha it le. FOR DtMDCHATIC II inmn i .LIIMUN Senator N'ewlands Would Con fine Suffrage to White Race and Prohibit Immigration of Any But Caucasians, " HOOSEVELT TRIES' T 0 SPEND OUIE T SUNDAY Oly Mwalaa ra.l si tal Tlr. ) I.I l I I! N l I NT WIIIHUT iwiumore, mo.. June li.-wm.or t Mil MIC MUl N'-wlsnd of Nevada has drafted a ;i!m. Jun,. I Tlie govetnitient '.latiurm aheh he drsires adopted by withoiH fiirtlur n.ar lonight fr. ilihe RiMlinor ctuiVenilua and bidav m-ane lit llll'ltiliy op. mlli.ll. In I ha eam live le..,n VI' h , n 1 ,.n n Mat k coTitmJ tteemen. wland t-l.i- the .cane of inl'itiiiy op. iih.ii lii.h eame over Irom Was orlCM. I!,.,r.r, thai flener .l K. !,, ,4, i9 X-Mn, vtlnil the i,....r,.-nt l-J;- '"" ,m, alh ..,, mtr killed iir, . ir. iioile.l, hut re appar-!.,. . . . . . . . .inly wiilioui fo,.n.lati..n. l ""' "" "iu In I'uiar ii I It'o, where there h ln-i n a ri M-it t insurgent activity. Cumlllloli. ,; lt. . llM-y llil an I Jd lo It. Chnrlin MKle. . C.h Kl., Rorbea ler, V.. . h lecomtiienda K lev Kidney I'lil. at every oPIirtuiiit li-ll. the- give h lilt IHon.pt relief from a I ml cam f kllne trnabli 1 1 ... h. .. i t i . . t . . . . i . .. . l. . . reconim. n.l.uion. ..lining In. in Mr ! R00SEVEL.T FAVORS den. ..I lh (real rurailve j untitle of ro'.y Kl.lliry filla J. l. II Iteillj Co. form 1e.iareo that "the constitution .ho u 1.1 tm o amended as to confine the light of siiffrHire in th future to people of the white race" and favored a law "iimHititting the Iminleratioa l i this rwunir) of sit people other thB thiw .f ihe white race, except for leicj-.rarv 'puriHee of education, Irav. ei ii 1. 1; r 0111111 r-e. " , CLOUDBURST FLOODS CITY IN MEXICO WOMAN SUFFRAGE rVigi t hlcagu. June 1. SuffTmgiata. al s u.-i,iig today la reon)tiin of Coi Tiel KiKwtrlt aanoumiew stand for vm wlfni, heard fnra Judce l.miln v, .f Iirir. bow fti colonel l-.IJ tha- tudae of hta DueiitoA. iir.n..i.. Menu.. June 14. A ; .. ,..J. , , loll.nr.t ..re t..di. Mn the lit, " "" - -e lei.iH I,,...! ii Tk. i.. ' I'UMIr statement thai the'rwlohel .f II - .1 ,.r. f r'r wa. iare. Tt..i""u'"1 t"' uffrge, i i'oMifi.i lii .t ill ume turn el aa ,l "Th minute I tw-nuoat-i women tr.- ! i In in rieii.r di-icr ih-.urrrM t ki ki. tia t-ajwh l- rieairr than .a Imi ..ik,, .hi, . rik k iiyln tud.1 I e". 'Thea he aaid 1 fnr taait rrmg althaxt any nualfflcitoa 11011 (A I 1 !. .i. The hi. h ih 1". . in. live rre .l a narri.w s.irae n runv klanv Aoieri. I i an .a are in the ur- r'-iiio''. t.n; Afi.r ii e n.-i in lni a lunr.el w .ii iitiiufcl. m mountain . pr-1 a 1 1 itrt. 1,1 e t Ihe dl.a.t.r. T"il - li the Lei, I i..el oo .mall l eft all th wur. hIMkee" Kooatng 1 lellisg ihe truth and that there was TV dan- i.'r.r of my l.iag put la the Axiaitf n.'.luh. I UnVr ilir o. a ,Br 1 1 Try a Journal Want Ad. Results Colonel Begins Day by Attend ing the Fourth Presbyterian . Church; Later Went Automo biling; Then Politics. (Br Maratae- J.r I netal bail WW) Chicago, June !. Colonel Roose velt said this morning thst Sunday wss to be a day of quiet for him. lie began Ihe day on that plan, but be fore It was over he found It was not workable. At o'clock he was having a quiet breakfast with Mr. Roosevelt. At II o'clock he wa eted In Ihe Fourth ITeli terian chur. h. At I o'clock he wa Mr at hfc hotel, trying lo keep himself secluded in hi private J'il;e. At S o'clock be wa in hi headquar lar for the brat lime with th, an aoanoed Intention of seeing a few leaders. At 4 11 he- broke away from a clamoring crowd which was besting oa the door and escaped with the fixed Purooe of having hia coveted reat. He spent an hour in aa auto mobile, hut when be returned be sur rendered completely. At 4 o'clock he was In th midst of the battle and be waa fighting hard until bed time. DRUGGIST MAY LOSE EYE AS RESULT OF STRANGE ACCIDENT F. N. Rogers, proprietor of th post- office, pharmacy, may to th sight of one of bla eye as the result of a pe- utlar accdeal last night Mr. Racer was mixing a rompeeM I killing fit, when bum formaldehyde splash ed Mite the ey. It caused excruciating paia and Mr. Rogers hurriedly roa- ulted a sne.-aj.list. At a let hour be the 1'tv.a paia true in. rwv r.imi vi i in Jury lo the eye raaaot be aarertaiaed for act era) days. (By Maeatag s.raal as.ttal lanl Wlra.1 Chicago. June I.- The first cam paign in which the socialist party ha had a complete ticket In every state. was opened here this afternoon. Eu gene V. Debs and Kmll Belctel, the socialist candidates for president and vice president of the I'nlted States, rr.adt the chief ajdrees. Both candi dates spoke in itiverview park. Mr. lie bs said: "In this campaign there are but two parties and but one irsue. The so-called republican and democratic parties are substantially one In what they stand for, opposed to each other on no question of principle, but pure ly in a contest for the, spoils of office. "We have before us in this city at this hour an exhibition of capitalist machine politics which lays bare tbe true inwardness of the situation in the capitalist class.", . NURSE COMMITS SUICIDE BY POISON New Tork, June 1. Miss Flor ence Weston, a stt'dent nurse at the post graduate hospital, killed herself at the Hotel Astoria today by drink ing poison. Khe left several letters, one addressed to her mother, Mrs. nee Weston. Santa Barbara, Cal. note to the coroner. the latter she wrote: I am Florence Weston, of Santa Barbara, Cal. I do this cowardly act because I wis forced to resign from my school after working so hard with eight month of nluht duty. "I simply could not stand the dis- ernce. This waa the only way out. The superintendent of nurses said tcnight: "Miss Weston resigned last Friday after having violated a rule ana knowing that such infraction would compel her resignation." , The nature of the infraction was not divulged. .... . Thi democrats are liable to have H fatal attack of over-confidence.. . BALDRIDGE LUMBER COMPANY Paints, Glass, Cement, Roofing and Builders' Supplies. Send your soiled clothes to The Duke City Cleaners S20 VEST GOLD AVE. The most up-to-dat cleaning plant lo New Mexico. Outside Order Rnltrftrt 33V3 Discou on a SPECIAL UUOD LOT of FOUNTAIN SYRINGES ANC HOT WATER BOTTLES. i Bine Fro! Williams Drug ( II? W. Central Ave. ROS WELle-VACG HJf ACTO 1JNK. (Cau-rtra v. 5. stall.) Leaves Roswell l:lt rn. Arrive Vaugha I:ZS p. rn. tatavaa Vaughn dally... 1:45 a. m. Arrives Roswell 1:10 p. m. Auto waits ntn 19:0 s, rru, for arnral of E. P. 8. W. train No. I.) Far on way, f 1. Round trip, til. lit lbs. baggage carried free: excess baggage, tl. per 104 lbs. Bag gag bp to 1,50 lbs. carried. Connections mad at Vaughn with all E. P. A 8. W. and Santa Fa tralna Roswrtl Aato Co, Boawetl. Owners, Garibagtoa Brnsv, Vaagbm, Mogollon Stage and Auto Line DAjTLT " Leave Silver City 7 a, m, Arrtve Mogollon 1 p. m. Latav MogoUoa T a. aa. Arrive Silver City 4 p. SB. Spertal Cars oa Reaping. Oal ar Addrewsi CI W. Marrlett, Prof) SUvrr City, X. at. V I National Foundry & Machine Co. General Foundry Work, I Iron and Brass Castings. BABBITT METAL. Albuquerque, New Mexico. ; SUNPROOF Paint Is equal to any paint sold In New Mexico up to this time. Wa are closing it out at 11.76 per gallon, which Is below coat, to make room for a new line. Sun Proof retails In eastern cities at from tt.li to f I.SO per gallon, THE STPERIOR LUMBER A MILL CO. 4H yyy, Substantial and Delicacies Go Hand In Hand, Here Substantial Bread. Buna, Bol Plea. Ik licacica Cakes, ' Cookies, Jef Roll, Angel Food. Our patrons . anally depart w'4 something of one la one hand, M sonietliing of the other tn the other. BREAD t tbe STAFF of LIFE VARIETY la the SPICE of LIFE. PIONEER BAKERY, 0T Ronth Flra IflttllfflmiVS FRENCH FEME CkUeU.l. tfislw w P I L L S. J ftra, ftrvr-ta ftamraW ftr &rpmm M i mrm. mi IMWI T fill. ry' tot ka'tu-a OuJLmabgrtl at Moesry fht.dV4. rV-B rmM IW f 1 ism. VtH tp4 ubmi mm inti.MU rad Nr arssr r4aewt. 8x-jWm ftmm. If fmm 4i mimmxmm a) tawam mi jmmrmm m Uw UrrB MCOICAL CO., m tm iMmcm. - THE WM. FARR . COMPAN Wholesale and Retail Dealers In FRESH AND SALT MEATS Sausages a Specialty. For cattle and bogs tha biggest mj ket prices ar paid. IMMIIIMHHMI HMMMMMMIIIMr! SCREEN DOORS Albuquerque Lumber Co. 423 North firs! Street , Montezuma Trust Compan; ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO. 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