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FALL AND WINTER DRESS 600DS
Tin* stylish materials for Dresses and Siilih ar<*:
Serge* .'Of' to $1.7.%
wi. . • ijr.r $2.00.
i-"*' r>o<' t*' $1.50.
11 road cloth—Jtl.OO.
All Plaids for Children r*o^.
THE BEE HIVE
423 Commercial Street Irinidad, Colorado
% Good Old %
| Schneider Beer f
❖ The favorite drink of the community ¥
¥ for more than thirty year* *J #
|| Century Bottled Beer X
,1, Light «|*
I Muenchener Bottled Beer X
X Dark •>
£ DEFIES COM TK i l l lON \
i PH. SCHNEIDER BREWING CO. f
X Phone Trinidad 54 Trinidad. Colo. V
»♦. V

s'
The Trinidad
Turkish Bath
House
'.■y-4 UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
The Trinidad Turkish Hath llourolii tmw ready f“i luisinc s
and give* every assurance that the new management will run a
strictly firHt class plnce and aollrlts your hnsim:*.
SKILES & PIRTLE, Props.
Not respong'hlu for tickets Issued by former management.
L-_ -J
Arcade Saloon i
Corinado Bar '
Robert Branagh. Prop.
F. V/. CLARK i a TRIP TO THE MOUNTAINS
AttOfn6y*ttt a LftW Would he moat enjoyable.
.* Wo can fit yon out for :» trip
Suite 3, Colorado Jiuildin<> to Fisher h Peak. Frisco canon
————^— rnmmrnm _______ HtOIICWUII, SCCtIIC Highway Or
•other delightful Joints. |fp-to-
CHAS. R. THOMPSON date equipment for all occa- I
alons.
TEACHER INSTRUMENTAL BROWN LIVERT.
PIANO ItftAH lIAItMONY Phone Trinidad 13.
I‘hone Trln. L 3 8M I'liio ilrcct.
TUBERCULAR GERMS
flourish in the most unexpected /
places and quickly attack a J SS\
body weakened from
or general debility, but
the lungs are fortified with
SCOTT’S EMULSION *—'V^
their progress can be prevented and often over
come. SCOTT’S EMULSION is used in tubercu
losis camps because its highly concentrated nourish-
I ment builds strength and resistive-power faster than
R .a disease destroys. .It assimilates without
i; /Nl taxing digestion, and contains no alcohol.
M fRf Absolutely nothing equals SCOTT’S
|II pf EMULSION to strengthen the lungs and
1 "rfl drive out colds and coughs.
1 Scott & Bowns. Bloomfield, N. J. 12-tf
FRIDAY
THOUSANDS SLAIN
IN BALKAN WAR
(Continued Horn Page Ouo.)
finest troops on the* lino from Klrk-
KlUkscli to Adi iunoplo, which lat
ter city is garrisoned by fill.boh men.
still another bn.nun men guard the
lino from Adrlunople hark to l.ule
lliirgua.
Ahdullah Pasha. tin- commander
iu-rhief .»< tint ’lYrkish forces, some
linn* ago tfi'clared that the troops u>
lil.h disposal wort* sufficient, and since
then the groat stream of troops
have boon directed toward Saloulkl.
Communication with Adrlunople Is
;>• ill working normally and 110 ser
ious attacK 011 the defenses of that
town is yet reported by me Tori..ah
commander.
F’iiiil l !•. « from Kirk-Killsseh, mor
•■•* 4 1 ia:i ■(« being biougi..
t i.inuuople by ttain.
On the other side of the peninsula
/• kkl I'asha, with au army of .’Hi, non
Tuiks. is reported to have attacked
•ho Servian army north or Kuinaii
«.va Just as a large force of liulgar
lans was alhjiii to effect a Juncture
with It. The Servians found the
f-or divisions of their imps broken
up and lied Jll confusion hack across
tin* front lei, leaving a hafery of nr
-1 tilery and a general’s flag behind
them.*
The Tmks took many prisoners
and found a large nutnher of dead
and wounded on the field.
Z#kkl I'asha then turned his at
tention on 10 the llulgariuns, whom
he atineked and routed, driving them
also hack across the frontier with
• he loss of four of their field gens.
Illeka. Mniitenegio. (Jet. 2ft.—The
Montenegrin army lias succeeded in
■•irrouudliig Scutari. Yesterday af
ternoon tin* Montenegrin artillery
opened fire on the town.
Montenegrin envoys proceeded
• ‘•ward the town to open negotia
tion* for Its surrender hut without
effect.
The Montenegrin Infantry then
niade .• desperate attack on the town
I l ut. encountering an uniiiliKatlog
II ie from the Turkish artillery in*
altaikers were rotn|H*||e<| to retire to
eir former positions.
I 'I he Mollteuegl Ills immediately he
-1 can preparations for a renewal of
I **••• attack, which, ti.ider cover of
artillery fire, was to i»e made on the
city front three sides.
I At Tarakosch the Montetu grins
occupied Ihe highest |MUIIt of the
neighhoring mountain:. and Geucrul
Milliiuovitch called ii|mmi ihe Turk »
to surrender and pre\ •*•: \ niders
bloodshed
The occiipailon of the town was
effect#d after a Inuiii arilnivn: «»l the
fort • #•*•*.
Ilelgrade, Od I'.*.. A d* .patch
ftom Veronlra, on tin* frontier, de
clares that the Servians now hold an
important position between Kuman
"va and I’skuli and that Hie Turkish
army is falling hack on I'skuli.
Od If**. ”ol\ the (powers
rineerely desire to pacify the I (al
kalis peace can soon In* obtained."
said Premier Gourhoff of llulgnria
in an interview this morning. ||«*
continued:
“The best friends of Turkey now
are thus#* who advise her not to pro
long the hopeless struggle. . The
sooner the Turks submit the better It
will he for them and for humanity.
“All fi lends of mankind must de-
I reciate the mischievous talk that
this war is one of extermination. The
Itafkan states hnve no Intention of
extctmlnatlng the Turkish people.
“The *d7nificancc of the fall of
lie Turkish Conchoid of Klrk-Kil
livseh lies in the fact that the Turks
had gathered there the best troops
in their army and their best gener
als. If they hnve failed to hold* this
stronghold they will scarcely he able
to resist fuither south.*'
Athens. Oct. 25.—Crown Prince
Constantino of (Srceec. formally en
tered the Turkish city of Servia yca
teray. The capture of the town is re
garded here as the conclusion of the
first and most serious stage of the
wa r.
Cettlnjo, Montenegro, Oe|. 25.—An
engagement Is proceeding Imtw#**!
the Montenegrin troops under Gen
eial Lnr.ovltrh and the Turks near
Ivoplik, about 12 miles to the north
of Scutari, and on the eastern shore
of the lake.
Pumpkin pies for Sunday, th*» l*#st
in ihe world, at Kuvor's. l
MORGAN GOT $3,000,000
FOR BUYING PLANT
New York, Oct. 2a.—The firm or
*l. P. Morgan and company received
000,000 In International Harvest
er stock as a commission for the sale
of the D. M. Osborne and company’s
plant t«i the socalled trust. This was
testified today by William Hamilton
of the Morgan firm at the hearing
in the government proc#*cdings
ngnints the International Harvester
eompnny. Previous testimony had
left iu doubt the exact amount re
ceived
This completed the taking of tes
timony here. The next hearing will
bo on Tuesday October 29th.
THE CHRONICLE-NEWS, TRINIDAD, COLORADO.
SANTA FE TRAIL IN
COUNTY TOBE MARKED
Thu marking of the old Sautu F*
trail in la** Animus county by red.
white and blue posts and signs
l*e done at once, so that the trans
continental automobile tourists tiiut
pass over this route may receive the
benefit of the trail marking. K. J.,
McMahon, secretary of the Chamber
of Commerce, has asked the differ
ent garages In the city to hid on the
work of "striping the toad between
Delhi uud Trinidad. The road be
tweeu Trinidad and Baton Is to In*
marked in the same way.
This has already been done
throughout Kansas and Missouri and
the plan is to have the road in red,
white and blue lu entire length
iicrqsH tjie states. ThU will not only
advertise the old Mail road hut will
he a valuable guide to the tourists
• hat come over It.
MARSHALL CREATED
NEW 16 TO 1 PLANK
Centralln, Wii . Oct. 2.’*.- Gover
nor Thomas It Marshall of liiillatu
declared to his first WusVn<i i.i au
dience today tha* the Detuoer.i: lc
• aiupaign is a crusade to *ircv.*nt the
roiunge of AtiM-ri« :in •. iiarn ■••*r at
the ration of II Minis to .me toiiar.
"If Ik not umiiey that ! am light
ing hut the sens*- of ill • • .*>.l .i 1»*• ity
of the dollar," said th*» Dcmo«*riiic
vice-presidential candiila'c. ’and In
ihis connection l want von ;*» i«-
uiemher that Colonel Iteo- *ve‘.t,
whom some one lias calbM* a *:*i»t
hiister, really i-* a trust ioenhalor
without au added egg <n Hi» Ma
chine."
JOHNSON DECLARES
WILSON STALLING
Wnterhury, • • Oct Can
(•overnor Wilson get by .v th r ’
was th«* quest ion Oovernor l«>hnsan
asked an audiem-e lieie tmliv at'er
lie ha«l tleelar*-*! t!i«* Denmcrilile < .ill
•liitale for president nsHUi* d a non
«'<iminiital iNisillou on all cl the
most ini|H>rtani quest lona of nay.
In this campaign". Hi (2<»vcrncr
said, "r%ir Dctnm ratlc frlepue m# * us
on only half dur platform. Ti.e» M»y
they have plans mr the oltttion of
the tariff ami Must p ot*t**u.« li*it
they make no attempt ••• t*il what
they will do to fuiMier s*. U| a*n' :u
--diistrinl Justice
SWAN SONG OF G. O. P.
SUNG IN CALIFORNIA
San Francisco, I'allf., 0« t. £."»
Senator Kdwanl 1. Wolf.*, chairman
of the Taft llepiihlicnu mlnori»%
convention pnhlishetl !»•■• today a
• tale .lent Hi Taft He«»ui»*K , .t •*
throughout ihe state In win* h he
warns them that they anno: use
stockers to place the trim • of ’l.fi
electnts *iii the halhit, mo illit' to
: write lu th.> uam* -. of : .1. h c'ecturs
would not do Taft any good. In putt
lll#* statement reads:
"There are no Taft ■»lecs.<r* mun
inated in the slat#* «»f Call■‘••rnia T.V
lliirieen KopuhllcnUH that walked
«uit of ihe Progressive •■#mvc »?hm
when by a vole of ss to i:: th * cot
veution t*'pudiate«l William Howard
Taft and indorsed th ( . . an. id • :«• uf
auether party, believing .1 it they
wen* the only Kepuhltcaos in the
c«iiiveutlou uominaied a set of «lec
tor.* and endeavored (hroiign ti.c
means of a writ of niand<t*e to ge* *i
supreme court decision cnmp* , lllug
the Secretary of Stale to place ip**n
the ballot ns |{epuhliean*- tno nom
lton's of their convention. This for
technical reasons the HUpM-er- coyrt
tefused to do."
BOSTON BROKER CHARGED
WITH THEFT OF $146,000
Boston, flct. 2T*.—Aii indictment
charging the larceny of f I Iti.ouu
from Tour Michigan copper mining
companies was returned today
against Stephen It. Dow, a stork
looker. Mow was released on s2f»,-
000 cash hail. The indictment al
leges that the defendant wrong
fully obtained fund* from the In
diana. Algomah, Franklin and North
Lake mining companies. Dow re
signed as president of thes<> eor|»ora
tions at the time of the failure ol
Stephen how and Company last
mont It.
TROUBLE IN CRETE
London. Oct. 25. Reports nr#*
current here of snrlotiH trouble In
Crete. The Greek government has
announced the appointment of Form
er Premier Stephen DragotimiH as
governor general of the Island which
is in defiance of the arrangements
of the Ktiropcnn |towers. Drngoumts
is said to have arrived iu Crete to
take up his appointment.
Censored telegrams received today
from Crete refer to a naval demon
stration h\ the warships of the pow
ers. which is said to hnve been inef
fentlve.
KENTUCKY FUED TRIAL
Winchester, Ky.. Oet. 2h.—S#*nsa
tional testimony given by Mrs. Rd
wanl Callahan, Mrs. Clifton Gross
and Mrs. 1 1 it th Callnhnn lu the hear
ing or Hu. motion for hall for the
fifteen defendants charged with the
murder of former Sheriff Kdwanl
Callahan of Breathitt county brought
a large crowd to the court room here
today.
DEATH MAY BE
RULING OF COURT
(Continued from page one.)
Hie service. Tho city in perfectly
quiet and I»iihlliens generally has been
resumed.
General Beltran, the federal eom
intander, Man been Informed that Dluz
f nd the other rebel of fleer a captured
kro to be treated Htrlrtly according
to the military code. It’la reported
tha Captain Garmendi Muderoj
brought the meaaajte and If the or
ders are curried out they menu that I
Diaz and hi* comrades will be exe- J
ctiicd. * • %
'When Diaz was captured he wuh
IntMly aaved from lynching by the
initiated populace.
(mveinor Lagos Chazaro haa ar
rived from .la la pa and nays the entire
stntA 1 im quiet except at Tuxpam
where 200 followers of Diaz still
bold out. Government troops have
been mot to fight them.
Colonel Tapia, chief or the federal
rcKUlafM will leave tonight for t li«* ■
northern part of the state to oppose
General Aguilar, the revolutionary
leader marching south from Pueblo.
Colonel Diaz Ordaz/the federal of
ficer who Joined Felix Diaz with nis
11 oops has not been captured, Ilun
drodH of persona linve Imcn arrested
today.
The federal, state and municipal
employes 'are being reinstated.
It baa been definitely proved that
the Nineteenth Infantry KcgimfQnt.
Inside the city had arranged to Join
General lieltrnn in the fight. There
fore most of the officers of the regi
ment have been *<u at liberty.
Th small|armK and unimiiultloii i
distributed by Diaz among the. In
habitants are being searched for by
the police.
Mexico CltJ'. Mi'X., Get. 27. —A
writ removing General Felix Diaz,
the rebel leader from the Jurisdic
tion of the military court, was grant
ed late last uigftt by the federal Judge
of the first district court here.
Tile action was taken on tile plea
of Lieutenant Colonel Munselo. n !
cousin of Felix Diaz. The full court j
will decide whether lie Is to he re- |
turned to the Jurisdiction of tli«* {
military court or'tried before a civil
tribunal.
Government officials insist that J
Diax Is amenlahle to military luris- j
diction under the constitutional pro- 1
vision relating to civilians who In
cite the army to revolt.
A demonstration In favor of the
Mexican government was held last
evening when a largo number of peo
ple puruded the Mtreetu waving ban
ners and shouting: ' '
’‘Hurrah lor the government
death to Dint"
A ' detachment 'of mounted police
kept in close touch with the demon
strators and no disorder occurred.
Juarez, Mex.. Oct. 25. — Permission
to pass more Mexican troops through
the United States simiii will he re
quested. General Trucey Aubert.
federal rnniniiinder hero said today
Dial In* has requested that several
bundl'd Ynqui Indians in* h<>ih to
Juarez from Nogales. Mexico, byway
of Nogales. Arizona and HI Paso,
Texas. The Yaquis will lie used to
pursue the reliels about Juarez.
Inez Salazar, the rebel general who
recently threatened to attack Juar
, ex. has withdrawn (o the south. It Is
said ho is expecting reinforcements
boh from Sonora to the west, and by
expeditions said to have been or
ganized in the United Slates at FI
Paso and other points on the border.
THE SPEED MANIA.
They say that scorching nutomo
iillists suffer from nciironiohilitiH.
hut what they need is bridewell sen
tences. —Chicago News.
It is incorrect to spenk of the
cnroles pedestrian In the present
tense. The careless pedestrian is dead
and burled. —St. Louis Republic.
A scientist declares that the speed
mania lias converted a great many
aiiiomobllists into nervous wrecks.
We would like to have him diagnose
the case of the man who has to dodge
them.—New York Herald.
IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW
What a Heap of Happineis It Would
Brine to Trinidad Homea.
Hard to do housework with an
aching hack.
Brings your hours of misery at
leisure or at work.
If women only knew the cause—
that
Itncknche pains often come from
weak kidneys.
’Twould save much needless woe.
Doan’s Kidney Pills are for weak
kidneys.
Many residents of Mils vicinity en
dorse them.
Mrs. C. 11. Brown, Sheridan Lake,
Colo., says: “For several years I had
annoying and distressing symptoms
of kidney complaint. 1 tried many
remedied for relief, hilt the usual re
sult was failure. Doan’s Kidney
Pills wore drawn to my attention,
being so highly recommended and f
decided to give them a trial. The
results of their use have been very
satisfactory.”
"When Your Back is Lame—Re
member the Name.’’ Don't simply
ask for a kidney remedy—ask dis
tinctly for Doan’s Kidney Pills—the
same that Mrs. Brown had. HOc all
stores. Foster-Mllburn Co., Props..
Buffalo, N. Y.
OCTOBER 25. 1912.
MERRILL’S
Carpet Cleaning Works **
We Cleenee Cerpeti, Feath
er] end Xattrciaea, tad Do
Upholitering and Ropairing.
Carpet Work a Specialty—
Phone Baca 415. 5U E..3d
> r
THE HALL-McMAHON
Undertaking Company
—UNDERTAKERS—
-137 E. Main St.—Phone Trin* 505.
I Palace Cafe and Bar f
- OEO. CLERICI, Prop. ?
: 119 Wrat Main Street. £
Telephone Truldad 4 I 8
UNDERTAKERS
TRINIDAD UNDERTAKINO CO
-321 Weit MAIN ST.
It. It. SIPK :: l-’uiicral IHrector
I GRAND HOTEL |
DULL TIMES?
Are you experiencing them?
us show you how we
keep busy, and how we In-'
creased one buslncaa 125 per
cent In eight months. We have
plenty to do; ao havo our cli
ents. Why?
PUTATURO BROS.
Advcrtiaing Exptrta,
Corner Main and Santa Fe.
*lhe Pierce Lumber
and Manufacturing Co.
Everything in Building Material
Mill and Job Work a Specialty
if Eighty Acre 1
| Tract 1
k Fine so acre tract border- SS
» lug t ity limits nud one or the «
<v largest snaps wo have had since »
» we havn been in the business. «
« If you are looking Tor nu In- >$
>5 vestment, it would pay you to
<< Investigate this. See lIS at once »
1 Hubbartt I
1 Agency Company $
!( ROOM 3, COIeO. BLDG. S>
> Phono Trln. 289. «
STOVES and FURNITURE
NEW AND SECOND HAND FURNI
——TURE BOUGHT AND SOLD
POLIAK Ct KATNER
Phone Trinidad 416—418 N. Com'l.
JEFFRYES
COAL & MINING COMPANY
Dealera in Bloom, Forbet and
Morley lump Coale. For eum
aer use try Jewel and Morley
Nnt Coal.
Phone Trinidad 285.
Ml • O- NA
Banishes Indigestion
“Tried them nil,” you say. '’and
not one * cured?" Well, you haven't
tried MI-O-NA Stomach Tablets or
you would not he bothered with
stomneh trouble today.
I'erhaiis you hought a box ami
look one or two and then let the rest
stand, forgotten in the cupboard.
Make no mistake; if you will take
MI-O-NA Stomach Tablets regularly
you can (forever end all stomach mis
ery andl have a stomach as strong
and vigprous and ns able to digest
the heartiest meal as the best stom-'
nch in Amerlen.
If .veil sit Her from indigestion.
Dyspepsia, Gastritis. Catarrh of the
Stomach! or any Stomach Misery
The llansmaii Drug Co. |s author
ized to refund your money If you are
dissatisfied with the results «ib
(allied from MI-O-NA. Price 50 rents.
MOOTED QUESTION
“How’s Willie get lit lug on at that
free thought Sunday School you're
sending him to?"
"First rale, from last accounts, lie
asked Ills pretty'dad.v teacher who It
was that first bit the apple in the
Garden of Fden. Willie says she
looked him straight In the eye and
said nobody knew; that they’d been
trying trt figure it out for tlm lust
(1,000 years."
11l AMUSEMENTS HI
CRYSTAL
THE
THREE HATIONTRIO
EXTRA ADDED
ATTRACTION
liir?
piNTHBEEWUrTS.
Announcement
It it with • Ictliaf oi great pride that w*
UMUtct to our pelt om that we have
, been able to «cur*. at heavy apcßM, lor
| a loaned eagegemea?
Til Oi lin Mttlu Pictwn
"Monte Cristo”
IN THREE PARTS
if. the motion picture maker eiira
ordinary, hat done Lift thu.g» ia the past,
aad wiH undoubtedly do things m the
future, but nothing that tha ambsuou: house
caa accompliih will ever eacell their pro- j
dis-tion of •Mpote Cristo,* the story lhat
it known to evrtyooe. A thrilling, srnta
, ttonal, melodrama oi life, founded on tha
etpenencea of that hutorse character,
Edmund Dawes, taken bow Dunu'
famous novel.
' Wild fir Filin tamcMists
FOUR 810 DAYS
THURSDAY, FRIDAY
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
October 24. 25, 26 and 27th
NO RAISE IN PRICES
Rowland Plumbing and
Heating Company
Phone Baca 238
120 WISST FIRST ST.
Estimates Cheerfully Fulimbed
WILLIAMS
Transfer and Storaia Company
231 Chestnut Street
Baca 87 Red 2893
PURNITUHE
NEW AND SECOND-HAND
Bought and Sold
A. X. CLEAYINOEK
Telephnno Moca 124
No. 21)1 WBST MAIN HTIIItIOT
Assuming One's Risk
IN Till? MATT ICR OF
Fire nr Accident, Is a dangerous
policy, let us fully Insure you In :i
strong old-line policy.
Bennett & Wilson
AGENTS
Suit 1 McCormick llldg.
I’lione Trlnldnd 1(13.
Contractor Tor the new C-N building
W. J. MILLER
CONTRACTOR AND
BUILDER
I'lhhio TrlnhliHl 4nx.
Mrs. John H. Cassell
Corsotiero for Spirella Corsets.
Correct fitting guaranteed.
Fitting parlors 1 Id W. Main. Room
H—Oven Hindman's, 'Phono
Red 553.
AUCTION OF
FUUNi'rUIHC, CARPKTH, DRA
PKRIFS every Tuesday, Thursday,
Saturday.
THE J. R. WARD FURNITURE
AUCTION COMPANY,
311 W. Main St-, Trinidad, Colo.

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