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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY. AUGUST 8. 1915.
FIVE f. MADERO IS HERE ON WAT 10 THE PASS CITY jlhei of Former President of Mexico With Daughter Is Here for Several Hours; Will Return Soon. Mil ihe thu lead revolution aKiiinsi PoTlirio Dias and former president of u.is in Albiuiueriiiio liit yes ftemoos and last nlwht. Ha aC( ompaoled by his only uiimar iiihter, Mln Angela Madero. The Welt' oil lilt" ,.,y lion! I.oa ft to Bl P P. They arrived ,,i Santa Fe train No. which 101 than IB hour late, and left ;tn o'clock last night on (rain tit for Kl Paeo. They expect to tn Albuquerque la week or a the way W New York where home i. Mr. Madero tins pri- at 1" Nat v then vnte buaweae m r,i nmri hich explain his visit to the Pass i'il.v nioiis Not to Be Known. identity un- Inxious to keep his innwi! Mr Madero AM not register i the Aharado hotel. He and his da lit; tl I 'i' were so gamin ui Keep, hut their prase nee unknown that they ate dinner last niKht in the Aharado lunch room expecting to escape Iden tification there. nic .Muuero inmiiv is mted in the millionaire lass However, when tounu ny a report- ,M ,li Madero talked pleasantly, al though he staled at the first that the abject of Mexican politics was ta- 1 i He and his. daughter had Mveral new&papeffl in which they had t,,' reading the development of the toaference between the rnited States and South American republics in re. Urt to Mexico. Mr. Madero, while lie tias bean keeping himself inforia- ,.,l t" the minute on Mexican affairs, ilid not a ish to commit himself, reiil iiitiK the weight any utterance of his might Hear upon the situation. Alhuipici'ipie Kike Movii . Mi... Madero is an ardent adniirer t albuqui rque, although this was her first visit here. It is so like Jh'X-.n-the mountains Indicating the laodla-Mansano rana-e with whvp ut In r handi the clear blue sky and die sunset she commented on the mission ityle of the Alvarado hotel. Mr Madero while passing along Central avenue remarked at the num ber of person! who spoke Spanish. None had addressed him, not know ing Who he was. The father of the funnel' Mexican president, who is an unusually keen observer, heard the Bptalih-American! talking among themselves, Further evidence of his remarkable power of observation was the fact Hint he called out the names of streets as he passed lliem although he had been here only a few hours ami had gained the knowledge only thmiiKh casual inquiry, Sunn after their arrival Mr. ilern and his daughter hired an mobile and ''saw" A!huiucriiit Ma auto 1 and It old AU'u- le Berna- JOSa Yllez and from it jail w here i len was incarcerated escaped. adeio desinU' his Babuar which l yea is After the dn.V's ride on the d after the sight-seeing trip lutorooblle he wanted to go lion picture show last night, liner it was more Ulan two til .No. SOU left, so he and his went to the Crystal theater. ilallshtci WITH OCCUPATION TAX UNPAID, CONTRACTS MAY BE HELD ILLEGAL That contracts entered into iy hus- inewi houses which have not paid OC- 'UIHtli may lie illegal, Is an III temenl in an opinion giv- alor lsanc Barlh tn yesterday, upon lue'a right io col- wt oec an lax. Merc is what he says: "Furl I it may interest you Io n the case of business that kni Were Is a line of authority which holds that in the ease of Imsincss car ried on WlthOUl the payment of the occupation tax will he Illegal and no recover) .an be had upon contracts Made in the course of It. In the cage "f Seller! VI Phillips. ;i7 111. App. 7i, il Wis helii that an unlicensed attor ney eould nol recover for professional twrvicea, even though such services were rendered under a contract there iiir this when, an DOCUpntlon tax was required. Although il. was held In IT Nov.. S7, that unless the slate expressly voids the contracts of sale made by persons fulling to pay an oc cupation tax, such person can reenv (r for goods sold without license." City Clerk Hughes, to wdmm the opinion was shown, learned from It jhiit In ould not properly have taken ''(Ml action against delinquents; as he threatened to do. Tin- law, B.CCOfdfhg' to Senator Earth's opinion, requires a step, ahich the cty had not taken Action J?o l- taken until thirty days af W the assessor has sent notice and "'tei' the penalty, which double! the mount is added. RECEPTION AND BALL BY LOCAL AGENCY lh,. O... Jl...l,. I. ...1,1 , . .. new muwvuenvi i"1"' nsadquaxteri and garage are turned ovr to the official in (Aim here. ,1 Krnnd thoi-o, " Ption and hall will be held The following significant in- v 'tatl I hi i mb he 1,een mailed out at efthoie invited: 'Charles M. Burl St lldehake lls- ouilit,,,. rmu.a ii,- honor of voiir pr'si-n e aml wlfe a, tnp gtudebaker ".t, and ball, Monday evening. Aut 16. nineteen hundred and fif 'fn. from 8 p. m. until 12 o'clock, j 1 ''"''l'1 West Central avenue, Al 222!!?lge, X. M. Informnl." $100 Reward, $100 ! mHAL'. thh piper nfl bt pleased ts thii t lent on drMded dlmw SLWUei MI brtn Me to nrn la ill Us ! C . i"1 "" ' c'rb. Rall s Citirrh Curs ha!fSS cure bow knoiin to tbt ati- H,ll fxirrn twin consUtntlnnil Hill . .q . conitltiillonil trestnient. iitrwm W Sn" u ,,1n itnr. sUns Oi, pou the Wood and murom nrfic! of f tki ' m' ""r'br dutroylnf tlw founditl.m kl boiMi "' ,n !lTli ts pitl'iit itrenitn t I, 5', up mostltutloB d milting 111- s ssSs TSS ltt wor TP- wssetsCri h farfw '"'"i Ib Iti nrttlTo pnwrra that tber tlia , "uodrM Dolliri fof tnj rttr that It to i ur s,,,,! for of t,tlm0ali. Mdr r j CUKEY k vo ToIe(Jo Q , T.L u "" ". 7c ' u,u f iollr tm for coBitipmioo. TEACHERS LEAVE El New Mexico Educators Off for Big Meeting in Oakland; Conway Enthusiastic About Next Albuquerque Session. tweea forty ami fifty New Mexico teio hcrs left Inst night on No. ! for Oakland to attend the annual conven tion of the National Education asso ciation to i,e held in Oakland, Calif., this week. Other teachers will .loin the patty between here and llallup and it is expected that the Sun-lino state will he represented liy a delega tion of fully a hundred at the big na tional gathering. John v. Conway, superintendent of public schools of Santa Fe county and a member of the New Mexico Educa tional association, is in charge of the special. Mr. I'onway spent si vcral hours in the city yesterday, and while here talked freely regarding the tor the next meeting of the stat plana i eon- vent ion in Albuquerque. Mr. Conway, in company with Pres ident Vaughan ami Wagner, has ins heart set on a registration of -,oon at this year's meeting, and will exert every effort to bring about that re sult. Bee re tan Wagner nag planned to circularize nil the county superin tendents of the state with a view to having them begin early to make ar rangements t.. have the ten hers of their respective counties attend the convention. It is believed that the county commlssioneri of the various counties will hp induced to make lib eral appropriations fur the purpose of defraying the expenses of the teach ers to and from the convention, and in spite of the fact that this is exposi tion year it is believed that the at tendance will break all records. Not t I t in 1 1 toting. Mr Conway stated thai the execu tive committee of the slate associa tion had emphatically vetoed the proposition to limit the voting strength of the organisation to the teachers themselves. He declared that it was the sense of the commit tee that any man or woman who was willing to pay a dollar for member ship ill the association should have the right to vote on the whole the meeting place i should be. That Santa Fe will again of id .id for the honor of entertaining the convention was the Information conveyed by Mr Conway. The capital city will send down a strong delegation wilh a vi w to capturing the llll meeting, and, said Mr. Conway, it will be up to Al buquerque to pile up i big enrollment in older to keep the big meeting here. COUPLE CHARGED WITH LIVING AS MAN AND WIFE: UNDER ARREST Doputv Sheriff Querino Coulter ar rested Ignacie Hernandes ami ttusll la VkllpandO de Marino, charged with U Ing together as man and w ife, Fri day nfafM at Alameda. When they were arreited rtertandei aeked the vv an to bring "the letloj," referring to a license to marr.v. Marino, to whom the woman is said to have been married in the church, gWOrg lo the complaint against the couple. Whether stc had been divorced from him could no) be learned officially last night. Tin y probably win he arraigned before Justice Craig, Monday. BAND CONCERT WILL BE GIVEN AT PARK TONIGHT Here la tin program for the con cert to be played tonight at Robinson I park by the Indian ichool band ! March Tenth Regiment, I Hall I I Reltgloao Virtuoso- in the Ureal Beyond, ( Brooks) March Bmnlem "f Freedom, io Winds, i. a, 1 M. L. i Wagner i, i King). Waltz Wedding of I t Hall). Fox Trot Made In Anie Lake). Serenade - Kv enlng Star, Waltz Sobre Las Olai ntosas). March Clmllator, (Sousaj, Star Spangled Banner. EUGENIC CONFIDENCE ADOPTS FISHER'S VIEW BY MDRNlNQ JOUNAI. 1IICIAV LIAMO WlKtl Oakland, calif.. Aug. 7. "Romeo loved his Juliet, eugenics or no eugen ics, and Its the same With Pa and Biddy today, i hope we'll never eee the day when two persons who love each other cannot marry." This statement liy Dr. ' I' Mallard, of Havi lock. Neb., was mad! today before tbe national iferenoe onn race betterment in its concluding ses sion He was answered by ProfelSOf Fisher, of Yale uniMrsitv. who thought that person! phyglcally or menially defective should not be al lowed to marry even If in love. He said: "gjaclefy thoroughly Imbued witn eueenie ideale would register more real love rrutrriafe! "tan ii would without them." The conference accepted Professor Fjsher's view of the matter. George Wharton James of Pasa dena, t'alif declared that the white mnn could learn much from lh In dian in the way of health rules. The Indians were 'Fleti'lierizmg hundreds of years before Fletcher an nounred the heneficlgl results or thorough mastlcHliun.' he said i .... . I.romrhl it-' cnnven- liOU to ! close tonight with 1 morality masque "redemption." in which two hundred special and regular students ,,f the LTnlVWrSity of California took part. The masque was an allegorical arraignment of disease and war. The place of the meeting ror me ext conference was not decided. PANAMA CANAL AGAIN BLOCKED TEMPORARILY a moni joumv imcial .! aaeei ,., oir 7. An earth moVe- mfin at 0 Ilaro cut m uii rtiiiM... rduoel the depth of the canal ! channel tweniv passage st ea mil York ti t that point to less tnan pet. This has delayed the ,f ten Vfssels. Including the Finland, hound from New San Fianctseo with a0 pas t, i. .toieH thst traffic will sengers probably be resumed Monday. FOR CONVENTION IN THREE CARS Tl T r d ASKED BT 0. S. ney General and Distiict At torney Is Sent to Santa sitae toner Robert i Brviea'a spending 3 per eCRt of money ol. tallied from the sal,, of state lands for publicity Is asked In a bill which l ulled Stales District Attorn) Bummers Bttfkhati sent to the clerk of the federal dis trict COUfl at Santa cK for filing yes- terday, Tbi action was approved by the I'niled Stall's attorney gen eral, whose name us well as that of Mr. Burkhari is signed to the bill. The action was taken on the ground thill the using of part of the funds from Ho sale of lands was not one of the purposes for which the giant wa. made to the state b) con gress The las( legislature en law authorising the . xiiendiliu 'ti I publicity. Three pel i out ,,f the land sal for a year would it was said imount to bout iu. nun T? BUSINESS M COLLEGE ITEMS The announcement of the opening of the fail term on September 7. has brought a great many Inquiries from all over the southwest, anil a large at tendance is already assured, a re vised catalogue has just come from the press, and is being mailed to any Inquiring for information. The returns of the recent l ulled Stales civil st I vice examination held in Albuquerque have lust been pub lished Four Business College grad uates were successful in passing the examinations with excellent standings, and tin ir names have been placed on the eligible list for appointment The four A H. i'. lies are Misses Jean Hubbs, Miriie Baler, Charlotte Pratt, and Marian Binford. Mr. Ed Dofafl, manage!1 of the 14-16 basket hall teams, and i i;ind uate of the commercial teachers' training- course, has accepted a posi tion as the principal of the business department of the Fort Scott, Kansas, high sc hool. Miss Theresa VOt Is Hie new book keeper with A O. Hachechi ij Co. Miss Maud Webb Is now employed by Attorneys llcacock, & Cornell. A large class has been organised to prepare for the civil service exami nation, August 118, and are working diligently for the test. They are Ink - ing spc 7 to 8: taking ed thai he addl suit of Miss several querqui ial work evening from 111), and the day stud additional work. It tl several more grail in inu CXI are d to the eligible list as the re tins examination, Lee Keenan, who has taughl successful term! In the amu- Oity schools, and who glad iiuiuii from a commercial i .training course. has been hers j principal of the newly orga Imerclal department of tin high school. Miss Keenan la large part of her work ii itSSU com Sanla I'c completed the cven- 'ing school. Manager Ooodell returned the first of the week from a vacation ipcnt on the Conejos river In Colorado, and reports that he had an enjoyable I time. Mis: Susan Cobb has accepted e po sition with h. Wi wiley, secretary ol the New Mexico State Fair associa tion. Miss Miinella Rigdon returned the ftrsi of the week from Taos, N. If., where she held i temporary United Slates civil service appointment, She li non working temporarily with At torney John Voniiblc Miss Helen trppenhetmer has ic- ccplcd ii position a! stenographer with the New Mexico cattli unitary board, HUCCeedtng Miss Anna Myers, who re cently incepted an appointment in the I'niled Slates civil service. Ml. Mary Vctter has been put on the temporary roll in the I Riled States forestry offices. The employment depart mi nt has been kept Vrj busy tilling calls and several Important changes ale pend ing. Much difficulty Is hung sus tained to find a sufficient number of graduates to fill all the places mends of Miiis Kdith Clark, one of the stars of the A. h. C. begketbnJl team of a year ago, wdll he pleased to leam that she has accepted a fine position with a wholesale house of I'd I'aso. and that she likes the city and also her work. Miss Mabel Phillips is the new iti n- ographer ill the city hall. Miss Fnld Reed having accepted I position with the Electric Light company. Both took courses in the A B, ft Mr. Fred While, who took his en tire course In evening school, has ac cepted a position as stenographer with the Stale National bank. Mr. Qeorg! Myers, another A. B. C. graduate, hus received a substantial promotion in the same Institution. (Adv.i THREATENED TO BLOW UP EXPORTER'S HOUSE (BV M3NNIN4 JOUNNAL SeiCIAL LtAIIO Wlfftl Houston. Tex.. Aug. 7 lnvestian- tiom of dynamiting threat! made re cent!) over the telephone to William Weatherford, cotton expoilci, lonlKhl caused the detention by the police of ,i man aiiested after a Hap had been laid for the person who today told Mr. Weatherford that his restdeni ! and a ship carrying horses to Rjnrope from Unlveston lor the allies were to be blown up. Mr. Weatherford'! residence was guarded by a strong cordon of polpe tonlKht. He has moved his family to a hotel. What ship was threatened by the man who telephoned Mr. Weathei ford has not been leained. Becently it was announced that 10,4)11 horses would be sent to France from i!al veston before October I, ami pari of Ihe shipment already is on hand. Maui' Koeninated foe Congress Louisville. Ky . Aur. 7. Former fongresemen a O. Stanley, democrat, E P, Morrow, republican, end Fred .1 Diegeler, progreseive, were nomi nated for governor in the statewide primary held In Kentucky today. Stanley'! majority is estimated at -'".-000. AN INJUNCTION ACAINS urn I Ll JRa Sunday Services at the Churches HltOAItWW llltl-!l ( lit III 11. Corner Gold avenue and Hromlw .v Chss. Lemuel Dean, pastor Sunday son ic 11 a. m. The Definition of the Kingdom." s p. in. "The Old Pallia. " Blnle school. a. in. Christian EentOavor, , no p. m. EVANUEl.lt M It llll KAN CHI R4 II. Corner of Edith Street and Central avenue. In the Library Pudding. Carl Schmii!. pastor. Ceimun service, in at a. in. rtJtkTf IIAPITM I III IU II. Corner Broadway and Lead avenue. C. T. Taylor, pastor, 306 South Walter street: phone mK.V Ilev. B. H. Atwood will preach 11 a. m and X p. m. Sunday school t 9 . 4 ;" a. in Junior B. Y. P. I', at 0:Jo p. nv at Senior B. Y. P. I at . p. m. Mission Sunday school, Sev n't, street and Mountain road, I! p. in Prayer meeting. Wednesday, X p. tn. Choir rehearsal, Thursday, Till P. m. The ChurCft building is being I'e-j modeled. BpOJ ml revival meeting) at to be held following August lath. Dr. j m Dawson of Waco Tex., is to do the preaching. Till Ml.l VITON Mint Sunday morning knee-drill at o'clock. Holiness meeting at II Sunday school at - p m Bl service ill s p ni. Cap! and Mis Sagcrt. office charge. IMMAt t l.ATK CONCI 1TUN cut lit II. Sodality muss, 7:00 a m. Children's mass, for children only, 8.30 a. m Late mass. io b. m Evening services, 7:10 o'clock. 1TUST PKI SBYTI III N CHURCH. Corner Fifth street and Silver avenue. Hugh A. Cooper, pastor. Sen ices at 11 m. The evening a. i SCI and at !:M l. charge oi the v. p. s. c. iv Sermon at morning service Sunday school at :4!i a. m. Prayer meeting at I p. m Thin meeting will he led by E. B Crisbv. Mis Bradford, dm'! tress Mis Burton, organist. I KlltsT Ml T IM lls I I Plsi OPAL I III III II Corner Lead avenue and South Third street. Charles Oscnr Beck man, Psstor. Ucv .1 M. Shinier ,,f Santa I'c will icciipv the pulpit in both the morning and evening scrv h I s Sunday school, tf:ii a tn. Epworth league, 7 p. in. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE miciity. Christian Science services are held In the Woman's club building, at the corner of Seventh street and Hold avenue, every Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Wednesday evening services oro at 8 o'clock. Sunday school at 1:41 o'clock. Beading room In the N. T. Armljo building, room No. 18, open each week day from 1! to 6 p. m. ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL t lH'llt ll. ' turner Fourth stroe" and West Silver avenue. Tenth Sunday after Trinity. Holy communion 7 a. m. Sunday school, l:4a a. 111. Morning prayer and etrmeit tl clock. 1 1 n i 1st on ; 1 1 1 :t ; ATI N AL III Bi ll. Corner of Coal und Proadway livenuea. A. Toothaker, minister, Sunday school, 8:41 a in. Divine worship, 11 a. m. and T:4B . m Sermons by the pastor, v P, s. C. L'., i 40 p. in. NT. PAUL'S EVANGELICAL I , I I'll I It N Cor. Silver avenue and Sixth street Edward P. Sciui Parsonage, ;tot; Bo ifin.1. Sunday school n Keefer, I 10 a. in del . 1. I I paitor. Phone F. Oi Uth Sixth, charge of The scripture I I age for study II; Sunday school "The Klngdon In I Kings Torn A.sunilc hour is ii id, Morning worship, 11 o'clock sermon win be ib fourth in the on the "Sermon 011 the Mount' raids or Privacy in Religion." Iii the evenlnir at 7:.'l(l will bi the combined ( ' B and pre u hlng service, when Mr. J. M Moore. Jr. will address the yoUilH I pie on III siib.lecl. "HO Io Pr its thi Tew perance Reform." The Kndeavorern will hob husiness meeting Monday evi nit Jur.lori meet at I 1(1 Sunday ATTRACTIVE STORE WILL BE THAT OF WASHBURN COMPANY! force of carpenter! have been hammering away the pes! (ew days l the store of F. U Washburn company, and in the next week will have trans formed thai popular clothing empo rium into practically new quarters. Th,. store -the Second street and tie Hold avenue sides will undergo u complete change to conform to the most up-to-date city places of holi ness. After the carpenters net through with their work, a force of paper hangeri and palnterg win be pul to work, and when all is completed and Ihe work accepted patrons of Ihe I'" L Washburn stole will ttazc upon one of the most attractive stoles of lis kind in New Mexico, if nol in the en tire southwest. The K. L. Washburn company are clothiers well known lhrou(rhoiit the south Weil and are ex tremely optlmlitlc of the future; tin are luccaeef u! merchants and believe in nlacinu thcli L.oods helot i the read. i PLUMBING AND HEATING WORK DONE FOR LESS J Mi Vickrey. one of the motl I I peiTenied and competent men In lib line In the :lv. can save you moiiev mi vonr heatine and plumbing work Be docs both coniraei ann repair will h I - am I II I - nth Phone '.1! 'Hie I. i ' ' i ' u II. "A customer rsme Into mv store the other day and said to one of my i Jerks, 'have you anylhlnn that will cure diarrhoea " and my clerk went and git him a bottle of ChambeiTaln s Oollc, Cholera and Diarrhoea Itemedv, ard said to him. 'if this does not can yo I will not charge you a cent for It.' 8o l.s took It home and came back In a 'ay or tv.o and suld he was cured " writes T H Berry V Co., Halt Creek, Va. Obtainable everywhere. No Clearance Sale Can Equal These $25 Suits Made to I POSITION and SUCCESS have crowned the efforts of hundred! ot young people who have secured an A It. C. train ing. Courses In Stenography, Hookkeeping, Court Reporting, Accountancy. Hanking, Secre tarial Studies, Commercial Teaching, Expert Coaching for Civil Service a specialty. No vacations. Six session! Weekly. Six months will complete a sin gle i tso. Expert Instructions. Thorough Courses, Modern Equipment Graduates placed In excellent posh ions. Fall term opens September 7th. The only National Accredited Commercial Bchi Southwest i n ii" Idenl ichool and t ence, Catalogue o ALBUQUERQUE COIaLEC d In Hie ll ll request. BUSINESS pedal School by Special il Albuquerque, N. M. Tourist"" Sleepers - i 'YOU Cars are large, modern and 1 comfortable. Dressing and smoking rooms. Ask me for pirticulars. v ,i JtlMNgON, ARfnt. j Hudson for Signs Wall Paper HUDSON for Picture Frames Fourth SI. anil ( upper in- I OH Iti Nt Koiim, fmlnv til ley In litttaln-a sertlon. Moh.ililr- fur liniiliiitK or tin mliop, nr alomur ; hetit mitl Mtitar in i liideil. Appl' this oflTlrta. 1 flULB 1 L TOfl mm op Measure at What'-, the nee or pairing s i iixivi, go,' vtimt's ib. i snhwfor the Kits smi IN si -iiN oi lit RIM; 1st I N mi H.VNE Mil Hie Vi la PI llt'OSI ol , eli The nllll It -lore haw in ' 1 1 NO rnrUIMV -a'e i get io lor iln, i holies in aenasnn to pa I Ns v -ami I llssl s on crciiit sal,- running evp.n - Mil s N,. II I I A MI Sin lot 111. v I w. n doing il. I SIS, dil Ir lor llic eiv suits nihil -lores -ell SIS in -in hi their ileai'iliiii' sales vol Ictl-oior-" or "Idlci-. ' National Woolen Mills I'. (I, w INI HI A I'll California Hotels Health and Summer Resorts 9 i 5 Make Affangctntnti Now Eot V residents of this sa livto mi ipa places af interest this summer, tncnts of California's leading beat h (Uid inniiniiiiii resorts on WltfAnoNili I. ll. mm oftuf. iSii-P E liiT' Til PrUr rWAfTttAI. Mrt.KAr1irt. viw.it w 1 I NATIONAL SCHOOL OF ENGINE! RING M Nearest Ft rtt CMs Hotel to Fair Grounds ONUOE JArHAMKNTO ST NEAR VAN NESS AVE in 'iw '4 S.n I I. iii ' f.liiini4Wlr liumr dsns Ii 1I,UIU Ik .Shopping tVnUr dv Mrf t tt Prrtt il htitfl wiin rmv nioini tlnrnt f" hflM i mid -its I IS outinlr giiruif riHifi)i I 'lny lawn lor t liildfrn atlj idinns I iiin an i'Ihii $1 SOamlup. Amf fit All I'Iaii $i -l n, 1 iiu. WMnyflf fJMCnplils PlnMnMi i IittMu h San F faiKiA'ii llll a infomla rtSKAD 1 u BKOWN TAXIum v,ll, bSs fat usee ii ' WESTLAKE MILITARY ACADEMY iinl In Btrovtr, utMrintstne THE WM. FARR COMPANY Wholesale and Retail Dealers in PIIKSI1 AM MIT MKATS Saneage a Hpeoialty for Cattle inn! Rogi the itiwat Market Prices Aro Paid, DUKE CITY Cleaners-Hatters Tin West l.ohl 'hone I Ifl St. Mary s College DAI (Under the suspires of the Protestant Kplscopal Chnrchl PR BDIDRNT Right Itev Mlahop linrrett, l I . LL. D. A boardlntt and day school for Itirls Preparatory and college i nurses. Attention given Io moral, inlelleiTinil and physical develop ment of the Individual pupil. Huly u limited number of vucuucles in the boarding department Twenty -seventh year commences Sept. 1 5th, For catalogue address 1 lie Dean, St. Mary's College, Dallas,! exas , in regniai wesmw lee :i suit ami s. ,,l pmin- SIS I., IJe in a diamine WIT wheat, in ihi- -hop m aju lime sl I - II ICIl Ills. ,. r lelt i ',ir ONIA !!V? Is to got t-til of III I) HttickH. mo ., ,.,.( ,ioiit ,, (,' NultMnl s ( vis. ti, i v iiui have io I'XiK on i ni all no wmir t. ,, ,, still -alls .,r tin sj:, in regular season anil end i , 'on uiher ol It still- are . Mi imtncr Outing, Nearly all Hh$ the potions California ( following anuumr aPartmenl houses, health, Read AUDITORIUM HOTEL I ll l M AMI ill IV 1. SI'S, I.ON AMii:i as. listing leg sees Ural Central Para, Beery modern aeeomcBagegtoai nralshsd fev Mlimilule wmforl; lurge IuIiIiIi-h biiiI prliiiti perlors, Npe .rliil luuinipr rule. II. V. dSUIt, Hnniiser. SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY FOR MEN AND BOYS Ltrn ftutomnliile irpmnnfj find driving on up'to-olats) cart; Uo eleclnclty. In thn bet-rninppvl (.jarflf(. Knptrt inntruclors. Koom and Imnrd vim ' n , Many positions 'MirBfi. n( nt'tiiR frttp. Sprrml ihId Oldflit school tn UnilrXfl 21K WEST 7TH. LOS ANGELES lis r 1 s n i !. t I i j Orel i -.x - 'iv'.'- lnkerKifri r L05 ANGELES I iui'-i'ii u AT HV. FNTII id. rrnlfr of stioittrt( hiidlnrmt ml ihMtriflSH ill r t. ( oiltfU lent to ui' rnr Mm Ron imtMe rMim with prlvn, Mthi ReUM n iinil up. Kuril pen n pin li. New iii!iiiiineinrnl ; n. iv itlnitic room ; new kltrhea. "The llolfM of romfort mui er vlie. J II I.ANKKIIM.M. Otturr HM I Mil H Moon, M,inttKr. '"H-v-.i- m FAYW00D HOT SPRINGS For Itheiimatlsm, Htomach Trou bles, Kidney Ailments, Inflamma tions, Arterial Hardening, loco motor Ategig. Nervous Kreaklng, etc. Perfect Treatment, 1'erfeot i limine. Health, Pleasure, . Modern Hotel. Ilooktet. c. ucxnsRMon, FaywiHMl, . ' w BALDRIDGE LUMBER COMPANY PAR0ID ROOFING with 15 year guarantee and School of Music A: TH AS gd&jj22-fl