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LAS VEGAS DAILY OPTIC. TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1912.
TE WE "CHECKERS" THE REAL THING IN PLAYS MANAGERS DUNCAN & BROWNE HAVE BOOKED GREAT AT TRACTION FOR THEATER. "Checkers," one of the emphatic hits of the la t four seasons, will be seen at the D;.ncan opera house January ti. This is said to be one of the best plays seen on the stasje in a ion:; time; the best in many seasons and senses. Conservative critics have pro nounced it clean and free from the suggestive. It is fit for the young and old and middle ased alike, it ap pealls to the casual as ell as to the tabitual theater goers and is equally liked by those who go to the play no ice -imply for an evening's amuse ment as well as by those who go in a Ori cal vein. Thus it has come to he kiu WB as a play which pleases all clases. And all classes, so report runs, ha' e been to see It, in such numbers as to teat the capacity of most every tl.eater in which it has played. The Story of "Checkers" must be veil known to every playgoer, though ev ery playgoer may not have seen tne play. It follows the cnarming booK of the same name very closely, depart ing only where the strict requirements of the stage demand. The flavor ot the tale is delightful. It is fresh. simple and strong, and the unfolding Is as natural as the handicraft of the playwright can make it. The company and production of the play are reported deserving of un stinted commendation. The play is said to abound in characters not unique but such as one might meet in every day life in the city and in the country and all are capitally por trayed. Hobart Cavanaugh is credit ed with playing the title role with an easy, natural grace and force at once charming and telling. Dave Braham, the son of the well known composer gives a sketch of a race track tout to the life. Florence Heston, as Pert, the sweet and pretty sweetheart of Checkers is reported delicious; Car rie Lemont's Cynthy, the maid of all ork . is described as a. funny creation slid so, too, is the unctuous Uncle ferry of George Merritt. In short, Checkers" is doubtless a delightful play well wforth seeing. The company is substantially the complete original cast LIVE 8TOCK ASSOCIATION. Athens, Qa., Jan. 16. The large and representative attendance at the open ing session of the eighteenth annual meeting of the Georgia Dairy Stock association which met today in the auditorium of the state college of ag riculture in this city, augurs well for the success of the two days' conven tion. Former Senator James D. Price of Farmington, one of the largest dairymen in his section of the state, presided and delivered nis annual ad dress. Several noted autnoritles de livered addresses on their special branches of live stock farming. Fol lowing the establish. -u custom the Georgia Breeders' association win hold its annual convention on Thurs day, after the adjournment of the live stock men. RED HOT STUFF When you buy coal you want the best quality that money will buy Well, that's Yankee coal, finest grade for the furnace and the range. A trial order will convince you that It is the best what Is. We deliver with despatch. Phone us Coors Lumber O. v SAN DIEGO WILL BE A PLACE OF BEAUTY CALIFORNIA CITY IS MAKING EX TENSIVE PREPARATIONS FOR BIG EXPOSITION. Read The Optic FLORIDA DEMOCRATS. Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 16. The Florida State Democratic committee went into session here this afternoon to select the date and make other ar rangements for the coming state pri mary election to name candidates for governor and other state officers and members of congress. Whether a pres idential primary for the selection of delegates to the national convention will be held also will be determined by the committee. If you want to get the want you want to get, you want to get your want in a want getter. The Optic wants you to get the want you want to get. Try the ' Want Ads" and see. MAN CRUELLY TORTURED Many a man is cruelly tortured by painful corns, which make walkin? unbearable and sleep at night an im possibility. Penslar's Corn Cure, which is sold by O. G. Schaefer, the druggist, affords speedy relief. If you have a corn that is hurting you buy some Penslar's today. MELLOW AS MOONLIGHT Ripe with age. Smooth as velvet this rich old Elm Ridge Club Whis ky was distilled In 1890, eleven years ago. It has a rare quality and should be used for medicinal purposes in preference to all other brands. Bot tled in bond, full quarts, $2.50. Choice wines and liquors. Standard brands at the Lobby Cafe and Lunch rooms, phone orders promptly executed. CHAS. LEWIS TAILOR FOR MEN Everything Made at Home. Stylish and Up-to-date Bring in Your Cleaning and Pressing L. 603 LINCOLN WILL DOLL BUILDING San Diego, Cal., Jan. 16. It is with i good deal of pride that San Diego is showing visitors pgroess on the building of tue Paiiaiiia-caiirornla K position, to be held in this city throughout the year 1916. Workmen are busily engaged on the first build ing, which has just received the roof and is to be completed this spring. It is to be used as the general offices of the exposition company and stands on an eminence in Balboa park almost in the center of the city of San Diego. From its roof one can see a vista of land and sea, 50 miles in all four di rections, the purple mountains of Mexico to the south, the Pacific ocean to the west, the Sierras to the east and the coast line to the north- Workmen are also working on the west entrance, where will be built a memorial arch which the Masonic bodies of the state of California will dedicate next April. One of the sights of San Diego this winter are the flower gardens and propagating farm in Balboa park where the exposition nurserymen are busy growigg millions of trees, ferns, palms and vines for decoration of the exposition grounds. One of the most beautiful of the buildings will be the forum, in imitation of ancient Greek and Roman auditoriums. Three sides will be open through which the sound of the concerts and the addresses of noted lecturers will reach thousands of listeners seated on the grass and under trees, the whole shaded and decorated with beautiful and rare trees. A great organ is to be built into this forum; it will be the third building completed, according to pres ent plans. Over 3,000 palm trees have just been planted in the canyons that lead up to the auditorium, over which the spectator may view the ocean, mountains and city, a vista that trav elers say equals that at Naples, Itnly. Estray Advertisement Notice is hereby given to whom it may concern that the following de scribed estray animal was taken up by M. G. Keenan, Springer, N. M., Dec 7, 1911. To-wit: One bay horse, 7 or 8 years old, S00 lbs., 13 hands. Branded q On left shoulder II Said animal being unknown to this Board, unless claimed by owner on or before Feb.?, 1912, said date being 10 days after last appearance of this ad vertisement, said estray will be sold by this Board for the benefit of th owner when found. CATTLE SANITARY BOARD, Albuquerque, N. M. 1st pub. Jan. 12, last pub. Jan 23, 1912. MANUFACTURING CENTER Las Vegas has become known as a manufacturing center of the new state. Sabino Lujan Is a manufac turer of fine filigree jewelry. He will make special designs to order although he has a large assortment in stock. Prices are right. See Lujan, Bridge street. Estray Advertisement Notice Is hereby given to whom it may concern that the following de scribed estray animal was taken up by I. N. Shirley, Estancia, N. M, Dec 27, 1911. To-wit: One bay mare pony, 500 lbs., 13 hands. Branded . . On right hip Said animal being unknown to this Board, unless claimed by owner on or before Feb. 2, 1912, said date being 10 days after last appearance of this ad vertisement, said estray will be sold by this Board for the benefit of the owner when found. CATTLE SANITARY BOARD, Albuquerque, N. M. 1st pub. Jan. 12, last pub. Jan 23, 1912. &e Optic WANT COLUMN i THE LOBBY RtSfAUKANT AND CAFE HORT ORDERS AND REGULAR DINNER THE BEST GOODS OBTAINABLE ALWAYS HANDLED SOCIETY AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY aae TES FOR CLASSIFIED ADER TISEMENT8 iv .rnta per lim each Insertion cstlmat ordinary words to a me. No c to occupy less space than wo lines. Aii advertisements charg d will be booked at space actually t. without regard to number of erd. Cash in advance preferred. . Mam Jpc Number Wanted Estray Advertisement Notice I3 hereby given to whom It may concern that the following de scribed estray animal was taken up by J. H. Honey, Grenville, N. M., Jan. 8, 1912. To-wit: One brown mare, 15 years old, 750 lbs., Branded y On right thigh Branded r On right shoulder L Said animal being unknown to this Board, unless claimed by owner on or before Feb. 2, 1912, said date being 10 days after last appearance of this ad vertisement, said estray will be sold by this Board for the benefit of the owner when found. CATTLE SANITARY BOARD, Albuquerque, N. M. 1st pub. Jan. 12, last pub. Jan 23, 1912. WANTED Capable salesman to nan die WINONA MILLS" hosiery and underwear in Las Vegas, Santa Fe, Raton and adjoining territory. A permanent business and guaranteed income. Dave V. Fine, Mgr., Ros- well New Mex. For Rent CHAPMAN LODGE NO. 2, A. F. a A. M. Regular com munication first and third Thursday in each month. Visiting broth ers cordially invited X. O. Herman, W. M.; D. K. Murray, Secretary. LA8 VEGA8 COMMANDERY. NO. 2, KNIGHTS TEMPLAR Reg ular conclave second Tues day in each month at Ma sonic Temple at 7:30 p. m. C. D Boucher, S. C; Chas. Tamme, Re corder. 0 LAS V EGAS CHAPTER No. 3, ROYAL ARCH M 80 N 8 Regular convoca tion first Monday in each month at Masonic Tem ple, at 7:30 p. m. M. R. Williams, H. P.; P. A. Brlnegar, Secretary. 3. P. O. ELKS Meets second fourth Tuesday evening of month at O. R. C. hall. Visiting brothers are cordially Invited. Gee ft Hunker, Exalted Ruler; D. W. Condon, Secretary. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS, COUNCIL . . NO. 804. Meets second and fourtk Thursday in O. R. C. hall. Pioneer building. Visiting members are cor dially invited. W. R. Tipton, G. K.; E. P. Mackfl, F. S. RAN8F0RD CHAPTER NO. 2, O. E. S. Meets first and third Fridays in Masonic Temple. Mrs. T. B. Bowen, Worthy Matron; James O. Rutsledge Worthy Patron; Mrs. George Tripp, Secretary. Phone Main 329; 120 Grand avenue. MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA Meet in the forest of brotherly love at Woodmen of the World hall, on the second and fourth Fri day of each month at 8 p. m. C. Clay Consul; G. Laemmle, Clerk. Visit ing neighbors are especially wel come and cordially invited. DENTISTS. DR. E. L. HAMMOND Dentist Suit 4, Crockett Building. Has phoas at office and residence. ATTOKNEYS FOR RENT Fine suite of furnished housekeeping rooms, electric lights, bath, etc Excellent location. 918 Kighth. street. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, steam heat. The Albert, 617 Douglas. EL DORADO LODGE NO. 1, KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Meets every Monday eve ning in Castle Hall. Visiting Knights are cordially invited. Chas. E. Liebsoh nler, Cha n c e 1 1 o r Commander. Harry Martin, Keeper of Records and Seal. THE WHOLE HOG. We can make you attractive prices on the whole hog or pork in smaller quantities, especiall halves. Our pork is corn fed and is delicious. Call or phone and we will fill all orders promptly. The Las Vegas Mercantile company, Douglas avenue. $1,050 FULLY EQUIPPED AT YOUR DOOR Telephone or call and we will have our demonstrator show you. Las Vegas Automobile & Machine Shop Phjne Main 344. Wm.Whalen.ProP' NATIONAL BOARD OF TRADE. Washington, D. C., Jan. u. With a three-day program calling for the dis cussion of many of the important mat ters pending before congress, the Na- ional Board of Trade began its forty- second annual meeting at the New Willard hotel today. Nearly one thou sand commercial organizations scat tered throughout the country were represented at the open meeting. Tha meeting has set aside tomorrow for the consideration of the corporation problenr; Other leading matters for discussion will include tne subjects of banking and currency reform, the cre ation of a non-partisan tariff commis sion and the question of making the Panama canal free to American coast wise shipping. NO CRANKING NECESSARY To start one of our horses going and no gasoline is necessary to keep then going. Nobby, clean and up-to-date rigs and good horses are what const) tutes the best livery service. Remem ber you can get us at any hour of the day or night by calling Main 15 M. L. Cooley. Estray Advertisement Notice is hereby given to whom it may concern that the following de scribed estray animal was taken up by J. W. Collier, Estancia, N. M., Nov. 22, 1911. To-wit: One small red cow, 6 or 7 years old. Branded 1 11 On left hip L V Said animal being unknown to this Board, unless claimed by owner on or before Feb. 2, 1912, said date being 10 days after last appearance of this ad vertlsement, said estray will be sold by this Board for the benefit of the owner when found. CATTLE SANITARY BOARD. Albuquerque, N. M. 1st pub. Jan. 12, last pub. Jan 23, 1912. Estray Advertisement Notice Is hereby given to whom it may concern that the following de scribed estray animal was taken up by W. H. Chaney, Hachita, N. M. To-wit: One mare and colt, 10 or 12 years, S00 lbs., 14 hands. Branded On left hip Said animal being unknown to this Board, unless claimed by owner on or before Feb. 2, 1912, said date being 10 days after last appearance of this ad vertlsement, said estray will be sold by tils Board for the benefit of the owner when found. CATTLE SANITARY BOARD, Albuquerque, N. M. 1st pub. Jan. 12, last pub. Jan 23, 1912 RETAIL PRICES 00 lb, or More, Each Delivery tOe per 1M lbs. 00 lbs. to tOOS Ifee, Each Delivery 2Se per 100 Ike. ?U0 tee. to 1,008 lbs Each Delivery 8O0 per 100 Ike. SO lbs. to 200 lbs. Each Delivery 40o per 1M lb. ueas Than 60 I be. Each Delivery 68a per 100 Ibe. AGUA PURA COMPANY Harvesters, Storers and Distributors of Natural Ice, the Purity and Lasting Qualities of Which Have Made Las Vegas Famous Office 701 Douglas Avenue. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound "Cures In Every Case" Mr. Jas. McCaffery, Mgr, of the Schlitz Hotel, Omaha, Neb., recom mends Foley's Honey and Tar Com pound, because It cures in every case. "I have used it myself and I have recommended it to many others who have since told me of its great cura tive power In disease of the throat and lungs." For all coughs and colds fer and Red Cross Drug Co. For Rent Three roomed house fur nished. Water in the house. Aon'y 9 20 Gallinas. FOR RENT Good furnished rooms, close in. Apply 725 Sixth street For Sale FOR SALE Furniture, for four room house by lot or piece. 406 National avenue. Miscellaneous SNEEZING moping fowls have roup. Cure them quickly with Conkey's Roup Remedy. Get it on a "money back" guarantee at J. II. Stearns CACKLE: CACKLE : CACKLE Yes the hens are all cackling when fed Conkey's Laying Tonic. It brings the eggs.. For sale by J. H. Stearns. HOW'S THIS? We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions, and financially able to carry out obligations made by his firm. NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE, Toledo,. Ot Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken In ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys tem. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all Drug gists. Take Hall's Family Pills for consti pation. When buying a cough medicine for children bear1 in mind that Chamber lain's Cough Remedy is most effectual for colds, croup and whoping cough and that it contains no harmful drug. For sale by all druggists. Estray Advertisement Notice is hereby given to whom It may concern that the following de scribed estray animal was taken np by H. H. Lucero, Guam, N. M., Dec. 1, 1911. To-wit: One bay horse, 7 years eld 650 lbs., 14 hands. Branded On right shoulder Branded On left shoulder Said animal being unknown tc this Board, unless claimed by owner on or before Feb. 2, 1912, said date being 10 days after last appearance of this ad vertisement, said estray will be sold by this Board for the benefit of the owner when found. CATTLE SANITARY BOARD, Albuquerque, N. M. 1st pub. Jan. 12, last pub. Jan 23, 1912. The Danger of x.a Grippe Is its fatal tendency to pneumonia To cure your la grippe coughs take Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. R E. Fisher, Washington, Kan., says: "I was troubled with a severe attack of la grippe that threatened penumo nia. A friend avised Foley's Honey and; Tar Compound and I got relief after taking the first few doses. I took three bottles and my la grippe was cured." Get the genuine, in the yel low package. O. G. Schaefer and Red Cross Drug Co. HUNKER & HUNKER Geo. H. Hunker Chester A. Hunker Attorneys at Law. Las Vegas, New Mexiee. PHYSICIANS FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD NO. 102 Meets every Monday night at O. R. C. Hall, on Douglas avenue, at 8 o'clock. Visiting members are cordially welcome. E. E. Gehring, president; J. T. Buhler, secretary; C. H. Bally, treasurer. . E. ROSENWALD LODGE NO. 545, I. O. of B B. Meets every first Tuesday of the month In the vestry rooms of Temple Monteflore at 8 o'clock p. m. Visiting brothers are co.rdtr.lly Invited Isaac Appel, President; Charles Greenclay, Secretary. H. W. HOUF, D. O., M. D. Physician and Surgeon I treat all kinds of diseases, but make a specialty of eye, ear, nose and throat, and the fitting of glasses. Phones: Office, Main 46; Residence Vegas 342. Office: 506 Grand Avenue. Residence: 705 Sixth Street RED CLOUD TRIBE NO. 4, Red Men Meet in Fraternal Brotherhood hall. A. M. Adler, Sachem; David Flint, chief of records and collector of wampum. Visiting brother al wyas welcome. I. O. O. F., LAS VEGAS LODGE NO. 1. Meets every Monday evening at their hall on Sixth street. All visit ing brethren cordially invited to at tend. J . D. Fridenstine, fit O.; Frank Fries, V. G.; T. M. El wood, Secretary; Karl Wertz, Treasurer; C. V. Hedgcock, cemetery trustee. LOCAL TIME CARD EAST BOUND Arrive Depart No. 2 9:10 p. m. 9:15 p. m. No. 4.... 11:06 p m 11:10 p. m. No. 8 1:16 a m 1:25 a m. No. 10.... 1:45 p. m. 2:10 p. m. WEST BOUNu No. 1 1:20 p. m 1:46 p. m. No. 3 6:10 a m. 6:16 p. m. No. 7 4:40 p. m. 4;60 p. m No. 9 6:35 p. m 7:00 p. m. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound is a reliable family medicine. Give it to your children, and take it your self when you feel a cold coming on. It checks and cures coughs and coldd and croup and prevents bronchitis and penumonla. O. G. Schaefer and Red Cross Drug Co. Medicines mat aid nature are al ways most effectual. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy acts on this plan. It allays the cough, relieves the lungs, opens the secretions and aids nat ure in restoring the system to a healthy condition. Thousands have testified to its superior excellence. Sold by all druggists. Crystal Ice 0o Pure Ice PHONE MAIN 227 Do no allow your kidney and blad der trouble to develop beyond the reach of medicine. Take Foley Kid ney Pills. They give quick results and ston irregularities with surpris ing promptness. O. O. Schaefer and THAT HUNGRY FEELING If you enjoy real old fashioned home cooking, food that is clean and well prepared and nicely served, try our 25 cent meals. Rooms to rent The Montezuma Restaurant, 804 Lin coin avenue. Foley Kidney puts always give satisfaction because they always do the work. T. J. Shelnut, Bremen, Ga., says: "I have used Foley Kidney Pills with great satis faction and found more relief from their use than from any other kid ney medicine, and I've tried almost all kinds. I can cheerfully recom mend them to all sufferers for kidney and bladder trouble." O. G. Schaefer and Red Cross Drug Co. Charles Durham, LovTngton, 111., has succeeded in finding a positive cure for bed wetting. "My little boy wet the bed every night dear thro' on the floor. I tried several kinds of kidney medicine and I was in the drug store looking for something different to help him when I heard of Foley Kidney Pills. After he had taken them two days we could see a change and when be had taken two thirds of a bottle he was cured. That Is about six weeks ago and he has not wet in bed since." O. O. Sohaefer and Red Cross Drug Co. ANT Ads Are Best Market Finders Classified ads. search out thepeople to whom among all of those who MIGHT BUY the particular thin is worth most. That property you want to sell is WORTH MOST to some one who reads the ads. in this newspaper and would never hear of your property unless it were, advertised here. Others, who read and answer ads. in this newspaper! want (and are anxious to find and pay cash for) books, automobiles, used machinery and furniture, articles of usefulness of any sort, and musical instruments. As the classified ads. are read by all possible buyers, of all possible sorts of things, they have come to be the finders of the best markets) Red Cross Drag Co.