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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY. JULY 30. 1913
"W & B"
LAWN MOWERS
At Attractive I Vices
RAABE & MAUGER
115-117 North First Street
REPUBLICAN
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DELAY TARIFF FOR ATTACK 01
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III SENATE
N. I BANKERS
Aztec fuel Co. CENTRAL KANSAS IS
sgtaoTco, EXPERIENCING A
Best for
Summer Use
Mill and Matlvi
WOOD
mow no. ml
Intlmatio
in", fxt
(mi Out That;Senator Wepks Calls on Sec
Should Not Be retaiy of Yi onsury for Proo
Passage Dur- of Statemerts Regardlni
:sbioi), j Fall of Bond Price?,
s
WATER FAMINE
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III.
agnate
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i omjnltti i
In a Httiif
; tar? pic-,
thi' tonka
H. P. WANNER
w IM MJMfKVTM it m
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I IS l till .uM
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jHeat Wave Ac i i itcs Condi
tions in Sunflowei Stale:
Supply Small in Cities; Ap-
peii to Helrth Department,
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II Mill lie
i another
bloh thti
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JAPAN SENDS NOTE
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ON ANTI-ALIEN
11 R
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supply
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' -1 i member nf i ii
n Imnklim- nti. I , i
'''" lelid.-n nl 'I i-i ,. ! l, ii t IihIhv .11. ..... I ,
tini , uiiuiik iii i.f qgrreniv 1.1,-inix- lAdob for hi charge thai
un at tiiiy.i, i..i , n . i ,r i ; i iimm r had depgeghad thi in..
declared tli,, i tin. n .iiiiii iiiik wi'in in IxiihIn and demanded thg
in, temper to l... forced, ami s. u it..r public Hi,. lnr'i i... t i
limine limlntnl thitl iiHxiii.in.i f i Intact I hi' charit.
I prolonged hot ittmmer mwlon would "if hi- doe nm I
not In, eondUClVD to ha!' nlln,' lailfl with thi evhtenci iii. I
ji'i lion, mih a,' Hid s, nat WeM
l)i u(iiiin .in thli iiniiit aroat when Icongtrugd, umi properl
I Sana tor Oailllngei eought Information Map in th- proiiaganda
laj in tli,. nii.nl ..r tha iii nil" i.iis. 't il m inltii rii t ii in ntunda for thai in in
tutor Simmon! .'.nil in- hoped thai i iHTilit any mi,, vim uppoeea it by
the republican ui tii iint iM. ii. iii : 'aiiai hiiiK hIhIsi.i. malign and Inter-
Ithroata to delu) purpoaelj the pa i Rated ragioni for doing.
ilt thv tariff, will. Ii all Im-liii M int. i Tiilcs tin- .-. i I i y huH (In , u-
jeata grunted m. .1 speedily, it, i , n t n - i-n -, din i n , ihi morning
an ggaatoi i ii him thai Uh v Ih iii imi abd liable attempt in
ware making Ihredta, but thul it influence congre lottal tcttoa which
Hi ii Ihi-ii winild ha rinni' from tin- admlhisti atlon Or
tiff UOleaa aa lag fur aa 1 know, ft "in anv Other, ami
iobW be tin. in- it looka tike a concerted drive mi t h
pari "f ke high '" lata "f tit'- ad
aid thai reading fnlhlft ration tn Influence tin' Judg-
i day thutjinent and opinion- ni llm bualaaM
t on holding BommoAlt)
I L'tirrency !- Tin- MntocraU "i thi houag bank
i i il up in Hon on Ing and curreni y contntlttee Hit iiggled
N lililllnl n loll
mi haata win.
1 1 1
hi
nuideratlon f
Repreaenta
h lttip
LAND LAWS
ii.. i
ned in i ii '
governnt
"Until rei
State Oepaitmenf Officials
Had Hopod That Last Reply ,
Would End Discussion
Mikado's Government
1 1 1 1 ii in
Ungtoa i
degrei .
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t:i m i II in II 1 1
IN llli.lt
I I Mis
III I lilt ill
ll, HflllllNt JtlUIINII in III lima tl .1 .1 I i
WaiitiiiiKii.ii, Jul, mi ii,, .ii, thornton
ar gate tron Japan imi' .
with the California alien land law In
on it way in Wagklogton. Thi in g HKAT
reply tn tii,. 1 1 at An i i an i ntnmunl
ra i Inn which nffii lain hero had ba
lii vnl wnnlil l,,i,. thi' ' i ik I , i iit I Duhui
ledM mini th" Oallfornla in i nm hQtti 1 i
operative itnd a teat caae could bo trnmin
curried tn th, POUrta, dvgroi
e ntarj I 1 1 an m Id ttda i". had ,,1,1,
learned that tin' note mm inmintt ball
luui na iiii-u what it 1 n 1 k it t oon tain
Juiuin'e 11 11' ni 1 Imi tin 1 1
t rnia law vinii,i treaty obllgatlot
a well a InfrlnKen u,,.n ih, ii--.
of JnpHnN under tbe broad prlncl
plea nf Intttrimtlnitui law wuh replied
to at length in the lag! American
note and atiiic department ottlrtali
hoped thai the Mlkada' ovemaieai
had lie en cnll V I Hi ill II11I imthMiK Mil
thcr could lm ilmn until " i
mile fnr 11 ti 1 un,. ,.f 11, In u in
Thle city,
w ,ik thi
III' l ull
ivernmt nl
Hcnatnl l.i, iii;, .nl,, .1 Unit almii; tnilav mill Hi
mt nnwlee to demand action the adntnlatratinn
riant leglalal an the I tire Bulkelev, ..r Ohio, continued iiix
currency nf a "tired nut cungreaa." attack on the br I powen conferred
frngraaatre republloana dlaelalraed I by the blU pti tin propoaed federal
any Intention tn dia) voting mi the 1 raatrra board By voti of I to :i.
tariff anneceaeurlly dt pita Hint alae the committee declined i" adopt an
1,1 be in itore, denator Borah da-1 amendment itriklng out tin' lection
staring thai Matementa to the eon of the tint gtlowina the board t" aua
Irary from ether loflMeg lid not eg I WtS the roaerve requlrementa of the
prTa the View of all mi the minority 1411 for pgngOa nl thirty days ami tn
' I renew itnh iuepcniloiui for fifteen
Kolluwlng hi aii.nl, mi t Ii, tali in da Derloda,
nf Sniitii Dakota, I fteptaaanlallv Itulkeley alao ino
made in conatdera- i,im,.i an amendment providing for a
ware whedute, eet -1 jgdaatad tax on banka as a penalti
ecupled in dlecttM-J for allowtni iheli reaervea tn fall be
ummloe atone ami i,,w the required percentage, tiui thi.
in,., was rejdeted
Hiiiiiior
llilllc in
Btei ling,
3
ENATOR CLAYTON
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IN DEFENSE OF
'REYNOLDS
Ni
Manlce
hange,
fork, Jul; ii Bdwan
a met i ni i hi took
Ih t" ap tomorrou b
the i v 1 1 . commlti n bui
conduct ami i ttpialn hli aa la, og
Sainrriay, nf twentt five U
""'tat'.'" ii r ii in- i
xtlllill.dicd a I
iW
ml price
nor
I X I III II I Ills
I MMJ li t l-lls mi itiO
I ; ' , tOd II )
I :
tOp nf tin
Ip'Ht gpot
' uenen
Uninipt
Ifficlal I ife.
dale. The Iraiis.n tlmi
commoni in brokerage
the eeller atlpulAted i
option fnr ii ilverj ni i
pontrat la arc ma unua
. hi. Ii
mi that
i auaed much
Irclca necauee
twenty dayt'
i, bonda, sin h
but occur fci
bond depart-
I'UAHII fMl
Julv
2. VlKorotlH
M O II s
V I IHH I I si II X l MIU
.inn n ni
the atllti
Hoi nolda
l ih fens
ROAD TAX.
This
Tin- r I tux Ih due Rhd KM) be
paid hi MntHoii h, Kimna'a book atoro,
Ruppt ' drug atora, W Mealoe CD
gar t'n 'm, j, m. Moore Realty Oo."i
office, or lit til,' llutler Auto On I
KIHHae, Where I'eielptH Will Ii,. given
winn paid at the above piaoee at
tuxea will go to ihe mad; no com m la-
a R. ' ni'Ti.ru,
Si, returv ami TreAi rer, founty
Road Board.
s im nun hi ) i mi i
STM.I
XrrtuM from sun Pctlrii Mnnilav.
x isihmIh mill rhim I hius .
buiuarajae fog Nan I'nirn via Tljera
canyon ami ItlUtonmb Hprlugii from j
ktnrgce corner nt h a. m J'uoadny,
Ihur-ihij mill sainnlin.
nu ll I Ii
egggaeiaoo b) federal Inapecttu throe
' 'I :: U "Mill fill" I I. Which j
I, n! ii
linn, wi re p'' ' " ii i m noli i. "la s by
i in. ttate i.narit m bna Ith Membere
ot tin. boarda "tii mil, .,(, i latuffe 1
made From tH eggs ami gave the
ii.,
hmrip schI i i,e klada dial ttrnw
del iii Hik climate, i ay, im:
.I the ntlorue
dlt an In
I a minctti white Hliiv i- . uses
"I political dctiate In
i i da i Ri praaoataUve
California, declared thai
won in,, poatpone
1 in California, ami
i i.i the houaa ino
in i ipltited dafonn
. m i il Maid that the
nul ol tin- Camlnettl
ni a genoraJ "cog
uctal Inter eat i in die
public official "
ion di . tared that the
GIRL WIFE TELLS
DIFFERENT TALE
TO HUSBAND
Mis, Maiy Armstrong
She Was Forced to Flee
With Foimer Sweetheart
While on Honeymoon TriDi
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Life is lull of uncertainties for
which everyone must he pre
pared by having money.
The best and surest way to
have money is to save a cer
tain sum each week or each
month.
I ins strong bank pays 4
cent interest and invite
counts of $1 or more.
I foWh that tli
iss
itorncva noi i
.Maun Willi, si
Ii in. il nl Hi
iii un iit lin ii
I'ntleinu
!ta! ton
in tttni
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w," Ai
im pui
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if urn-
,T M.inHINa JOIIHNAL IICIM. l.IAttD WH
r
Iteil
kdera
ra un
read U all
loin, Kan , ,liil
"f hor huaband, I Ian
Imal offtceta Inc.'
Armatrong peon, who
her huaband a hlle i in i
honeymoon (ftp h i
night, ndmlttod that ,,
yeatordny rolntlve in
mice, v., fals,, In all
tall. Mhe Inakttcd thai
by v M. McCord am
confederate! and that t
lln "! h Ihr, ,ils. in glvi
mm iii.it her huabnm
in r v n h a knife ami tttut nhe . nl
wwa; with McCord becauae h Inter
fered ami save, I Iter hi,
Mrs. Ii., -in Wag broue-hl hare
-I'cd
In tile p
anruptiy left
were an their
isi Wedneadaj
tory Sim told
lit the st.it..-
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LATE ARRIVALS AT
per
HOTEL COMBS
ltd
1 KUi'HtH
the Mm -I"1
it LouU, I M
hi. Cat.; I In r
braced ami klaaed
fanner " u on erjo)
iatlmi ft. ill, Ins g il.
"That WOa a tt
forct .i m t. U abuu
me lin about him
arte with viol, V..
hell thai a to 17 tn i
I officer! were ptone
fled. Then his ft mi
Chi m m ale, w ith i
They
tniv i angi
threaten-
Id. "Tln-I.
r nl' in i 're
TllOy inadi'
threatened
Indut
Met
me
first SavingsS Bank
and Trust Co.
( Saturday Evening
and Van Dans
Uti
m ra
Jmu
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M. H I'
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Ueorge
u. w.
Doffett,
S T'a..
Leon
irae v
aled by
ami thi
and inn
fnr help
a hull' doaen
t they crowd
!d her to left',
.i, they took 1
m ii
ar in
ml. Tim
imi nteCord
K.'itiK at
. put this
a. compa-
i! I'ricmls
mud hit
in calling
ih,. depot
said she
o
I an.-
milni: .
alliiiKs, Mont . ,1 nl, " Secretary
nl. tin K Lane, m the Interim- de
Intent, reaclud Powell, Vn . to-
in ie in- addragged nottleia on
Hhoahone Irrigation project, ir..
in- would rocommead " cuagreai
elation dealgned in obtain for aet-
and pin hiH' nn a train. 8h
went w i I Ii McCord ami his friends In
Cuerryvttle ami Indopendcnee ami
yeaterdtty arrived at Lhn ltnnt nf his
paronta near riTeodeaha. Bhe said the
an: leader nf the gang was not ate
'nil. bill a man frmn Mis". mil. who
ii.nl harragaed her before ah married
Dean vit.. rt fused tt. reveal tins man1!
nuine. explaining thai she afraid
tn dn sn.
He M. khgtad his wife ..ff. . tlenntelv
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SPEAKING OF
SUITS
This is thi
;d final clean-
e gran
up-the lasl Reduction Sale
of the year-and the great
est. Never before were the
women of Albuquerque of
fered such
Tempting Values in
Ready -to -Wear
BE THERE TOMORROW
9:00
a. m.
Lot No. 1
Women's Suits in serges and fancy mix
tures; assorted colors; values to $15; all
desirable styles; your choice
for
i.v y i - , ail
$5.00
Lot No. 2
w
in
c . ' o i r
omens ouits in oercrs and tancv weaves: miYhirpQ
white and Maple colors; values to
I $23.50; on sale now, choice
$7.50
Lot No. 3
Women's Suits, finest quality and best styles; serges
and mixtures m white and colors; valu(
to $30.00; your choice
les
$10.00
I Golden Rule I
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