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ENTER PAVING WITH Commercial Club Decides to Attend Mcetinr in a Body and "Urge StrtHfly Immed intc raving Downtown. sax ruAKciico iootTims ARK COXIHG HERE At tho meeting, ot tnci Commercial club lasl night action wa tnketi which will in nil probability cause llio early pnvlng of tho city. Tho Commercial clti' wm responsible lor getting somo work done on tlio Fourth street road nnd also get tho coumy survey start ed, purely through Its own tiffortn nnd through bringing pressure to hear up n the rnunty commlMlonern. Pressure will now ho hroaght to bear upon the city council lo pave. ..... Tho dlrecta-r and president of tho chili were Instructed to attend the meeting of tho council Friday night, nnd make known In no uncertain term tho deslro of tho bueinoss ttion represented In tho club for Immediate paving. All members of tho club are nskr-d to attend and lend tholr moral becking to tho addresses which will bo made by tho directors, Tho Collum natlonnl highway bill wan endorsed, aa was also tho Pana ma. faclOo exposition, and tho plan for tho union mooting of railroad :nn here next May, now aK agitated by A C Culver and Highland Lodge of tho llrolhorhood of Firemen, was taken under consideration, and n com tnlltoo npjiointed to dctcrmlto tho lKMMlhlHty of raising needed fundi. An Invitation wni Isauod to the Commercial elilb or San Francleeo to vlsl AllutuerqiHt 01 ono of the trip llko tho oho Juat concluded In Ari zona, which hm bvR productive ot much good. Tho meeting opened with tho pre neittatlon by President Simon Stern and Secretary T .1. Naylett of tho Col lum road bill for the constdaiatton and endorsement et the einb, Thla bill waa read, It aet- forth at length tho great good to be HHte fty national hlahwava aa roninared to the amount expended iiton th, the mm spent for read In foreign possfeewons, hki iHtred to tho small amount expended In lira United (Mates, the claw ot tho const Untlea under whleh the gov ernment had tho nownr to build roada ii ml other grounds for bulldluft tho roada, including the number of unoni ployed men who would bo xlvon work. tho tocnn ,mi . Wmw.tiWmA.JM. lie tlerlve-i from hhhm and tite cent jmratlvojy smaH bt W bHiMlRK a series ot good roads tlirmmkoat the country. The hill cesttemphttea the construction of seven national high ways, nil centering at, Washington and two going to California. Ofio of tho latter, tho (Irnhd National hlghwny, would paas through Alliuqiiorque. Tho Commercial club riueMcd that a com mittee ho cpiiolnted to drft and pn sent to tho senate committee oh post offices and post roada, in whose hands tho bill bow Is, a ml ot resolutlosa endorsing heartily tho bill, nnd espe cially that portion of It named In re gard to the Oraht highway. Tho chair apiK.lnted A. It. McMlllen, K. II. Crlsty nnd A. U Martin mi thla committee. A rommuHk-atlon from Frank W. Clancy waa read, asking the club to endorae tho etforta ot thu American Kinliaasy naaockttkm to. have aultahiQ rcaldencea abroad bought or erected lite our fortfhjn refrestattvwi, The prosldeni. and secretary were lnatHet cd to latent! the amoelatleit at tho endoracment of the mwentM. Ban Franclsee BU4'i Qamlng, The attest Ion of the Famtma'INiclKc cxpoeltlofl cmjorsetuent waa then litk cn tip. After a reaelittlefl prnpeeed for adoption hail Iwen refHi, 1'resWeat Htcra called tttwH Jawce II. mny, Stinta Fe general agewt at Han Fran cisco, and a hoAtr far the wbMhi, to addreaa the club, Mr. IfcUfy set oat tho advantSKes which such hh cxnnsl. Hon would have for the entire wost ns an advertisement km mm a faolfif in bring mimey into the soctton, aa woll as to attrnet foreign aottlera nnd Investors, a ad Riwkn of tho trip jest completed In ArtttMM, when tho Flying aquad-re" of the tn Fran risen Commercial club advertised the cxjtfltltlon through nwny hunflrcd hfltmro miles, nnd secured the ado- iton or resolutions uy Arlaona com- nionunl bbdlea looking toward tho erection or an Arlorm hulldlHg at tlio exjioslUon, rim! urgln the leglslatnro FIELD HAND 4440 I Minutes When m arc waMlHK for MtctHrimn. ' "- -nnva juiuk elated, Bupiiase you want a prescription In n hurry. Cjtlr Prescription Department la organised sh4 conducted along the most advanced ilttfa In pharasacy, "Wholly In ehargo li... .'.'..ii. .in,.. i-ii. nu)ii,,v ,i""r -mo ijuick una correct cumpuuntiinB ef mM prccrlptlons of i piiy(?lana, Our faellHle nre the Kneiit In the city oer prleca are the rtoit reasonable, aTid wo mHven4HiH, tlUpertor wcryke and a !iire deal Is what our proscrTjitroh patrons receive. PrecrliMHi from your physician by tslenkone receive extra altcntlu. !! J. Ii Oiell? Co. i tOU I IMIinilMIIHMMMIMIllltHIHIIIIII Wl M 4- to npproptlflto 1250,000 lor lhal pur Mr. Duffy showed low great thn advantages were to Ihn Malta whleh had icprrscnlatlnn mi the grounds, and suggested thnl (tin visit or the Han liYniiPtepi) men might be repeated Willi Allmiiucrano us the otijertitu point, mid with rttttlts equally bene llvlal. Frank MeKi -i moved Hint lb t'om- tn'-trlnl rluii nf AllmU npic Invite thn ftin prnnelssn Commercial club lo ediup lo Alliuqupftkim on a Visit til boost he Panama jPaclilc exposition, iunetlmr In January? Thla waa en thusiastically carried. The boosters nil) probably stay two days nn llielr visit ffo expvnae will b nemttuned llu lnl pwiplu beenuiiu of tb" trip in any way, I jiiitliuuil AiiwK'liitloit In 1013. l'rmldertt Htem then brought up lhn mutter r nceurliig J ho next limylln or tlio iMiicRtiomil iclatlon, which l now In rwlnn In Hahtn Ke, fur Al j tiUiiueniUK ll gavi aMiirnuvn Hint John Milne, nupnrlntqitdpnt of RChoota would work for AliMiaueniue ni llio n mlon, but lugaeited thai n cummlt- lee of I'ummereliil club membrm might necomptiKh more. A II. MeMIIHn aatd that In order to mfur thu meeting fur AlbuijueniUe It waa iirfcnry for tho club to anew nn Interent. Thla wnii borne nut by M. 15. Itiokey, who tnld ot citrcloa ireatmenl of ttin meiubera at a formsr cxlnr. held here, wh' n Hie no lino I lionrd ehnrged I hem for the urn of tho kIuiiiI hulhllnga. It Wflu decided thnl n committee uf three be named to to Mtinta I1,, and Invito tho tenehera In come to Alhu- u npie In 1013, mid to nmurb them of the BHnt faith or Atbuqueniuo In making tlio Invitation. A. C. Culver then took the floor and detailed the plan endnmed by the Commercial club hut fall, of having n union meeting of railroad men In thla city In May. It appeared from Mr. Culver atiitementa that a union meeting or the lm contemplated would be far too largo n. matter for the, locnl firemen to ltnanet nlone, and ho accordingly nakrd what the Com merclnl club could dn about It to help Highland lodge. Tho preidilent aug gettcd lhaf na the amount wanted to finance tho thing waa only tS.OOQ or n little tern, and Hip project Itself Was ot a alM comparablo to tho annual fair, im regarded tho money to bo epent, bo thouaht a committee might be appointed to see wlmt could bo done In the Dnaelnl line. This met1 with thu approval of the club, nnd a motion proviiing ror tno committee was paiied Mr. filcrn then spoke ot the crying need of AlliuiUeriUo for decent streets, nnd suggested that tho Com mercial olnli take n hand In gettlmt ihem. W. I'. Metrnlf called tho delay In selecting a paving material and having It laid wns a limine nnd a scan, tint, und spoke strongly for the paving of tho business district at once. Frank McKe moved that the pres ident and directors of tho club bo In structed to attend tho pnvlng meeting Friday nlslrt and urge Die Immediate adoptl'in of oinn type ot paving. This was carried, with the audition that nil Lmombut. cfUlxMtlu-b frwle lo attend as well as the director. Mr. HetcntC then asked what bad lietoniu ot the county survey. Ho wts Informed by President Hlern that Mi VA ititnnririnn tiiltl rntiilklelfit nlilllll half of It, and that ho was under n.''e counties In the district of tl competent bond or IH.OOO to com plete the balance. There, was soma difference of opinion ns to the legul ability ot tho county commluinncra to pay for the survey, on account of recent developments In the deficiency fund status, but the meeting adjourn ed without discussing tho matter at any length. SIEGE OF MOSCOW AT on The French nrmrea are marching aisalnst Moscow tonight nt tho Olv ntyetHM theater. Two thousand people, in, the cast of thu production, taken In tho midst of attow clad Ituasla, shiw lug the thrilling scones of Napoleon's carHiiwIgH und a noble sncrlHce by tho htro, Uronad'lesr Ketand. Two other flHu pictures and our classy vaude ville. ' Tomorrow (Thursday) nlgkt, Walk er nnd Wnlkur, it now and pos itively me nt tho best acta over act'ii In Albuquerque. Pll,l CUItlJO IN 8 TO 11 liAvs Your druggist will rotund money It PASCO OINTMKNT falls to euro any cast; or (tailing, junta, nieeiilng or Protruding l'llts in t to 14 days. BOe. Hwoeplng reductions on nil pattern hats at great closing nut Kale at Gov estate's, Commercial Club building, Count - X scrvicu in no nrug store is appro- j df leglalered Pharmacists, who are . ' 'T". . r . Fliii FATHER ALARMED Margaret Greb, Yeir.i Old, Owjfl fer h Walk Lat Might and Has Kot Ketkrhwl; tlio Police Are Called In. Ui veiling, white It was yrt llaht. Manrnret flreb went out for a walk. Ulnae llien no word of her uhero- nhoiitr has been had, nnd her fat bur, JOhn ttreb,, rt, curiieiiter l thin city, is aonsldernbly iiturmcd. Mlxa flreb una In the liu'.dt of tak ing wntka late In tho afternoon, and nothing was thought until It began to grow late and she Was ntlll out. Today. tho police were notified. Tho girl has not been found, though aearvh parilea have been out all afternoon Ml Ureb wna 23 years old. n blond and idrnder. Him Uvea with lief father nr.d a brother at 310 N'ortli Walter. When she lert tho houso sho wore a grey drees and cloth aboea. M STORE OPENED 01 CENTRAL AVE. The latent addition to thn .Mini tUerue buslnent community Is a branch bourn of tho National Woolen Mills romiwuiy. wbleli Is being upcn cd at lit West Central avenue, next donr hi the Knahloii Cafe. This com pany operates n chain ot more Hum 100 store, tainted In the heel towns In the middle west. It does a general tailoring business, making u special ty of inadi -to-mcntture suit and over coats nt US. The Alt)tiiuer(iue bouse, uhleh will tie ready for business not Inter than I'rlduy, Is to be In charge of T (1. Wlnrrey. who Is considered one of the company' most successful branch managers nnd who was formerly In charge of the houso at Cripple Creek, ,i oie, MEDLEIi ELECTED JUDGE OF THIRD DISTRICT ORIclnl Itrliirim (iavu llirmer Alhti pnt'iitt Itoltteut n Majority or rortj-rmir Vide In imr CoiintlCM. The oillctnl returns from the third Judicial district show that IMwar.l U Medtor, a former AlbuiUerqtte resi dent who now makes his home In I vis Crtices, lias been cleoted Judge of that district court by n majority of 41, Mr. Medler received malnrltleH over pjloMljoni-nt, Jojiu. Hewht, in tho feci un Iks' or D'on'5 Ann"' nnJi'Terrnnce, aniountlng to 342. Mr. Hewitt receiv ed majorities In tho counties or Lin coln nnd Otero, amounting lo 39K. This gives Mr. Medler a innjorlty or vote,. COURT NOTES The trial of Julian Howard, charged- with passing & foreign check, Is on in the district court today Howard Is al leged to have vtctlmlned the Klco ,cnfe. Marriage Ikjennea were Issued today to Joeefltft Valle of I.o Imaa nnd HdtisilUb Ara.tefl of Albmiuunpio; nnd lo cot-A u. KfiHirea and ttlcnr W. YotiRgr of Albwiuerquo. Prlr4 n(mo4 cut In half on tailored hats at' Coverrfale's Closing Out Hale. 0A6E TEA ILL DARKEN THE HAIR Retrc Tatletl rh4 Grty Xair ta Statural Caler-Daadraff Qniekly Rinved. There la hdIMsix now about the Idea or iH4t4c ) far restoring tne culor of the hair. Our groat-xra4id- mother kept their tocka soft, MrH and glossy bv uslfnt n "aajtu te. Whenever tholr h!' fell out or tk oil rt dull, faded or streaked appear ance they made a brew of ege leave ami applied It t their hair, wits wonderfully bcnefteW . Kowadays wo d'l Uttve ta resort I to tlio old-time, ttreawna m- hotls of T.gatnerins mo trtM ana maaing tne i iob. Tina is dtiMt by akiiirui chetu- I lt better than we ctmld do It our- selvee, and m we have to do Is ta can tor im rewiy-mniio proae, wyotn'a M4M M minttttr Hair Btle . . . A . I. I - I .. BtruftfH, wstn oK. wMh the addlttosi at pliur, a iter ntd-ftmo seai retnssly. niMfctMfee dragKlt Is mm k gsjasmrteo that the twmmt w44l be rusMhalit it falls to Im, mimw ixm't netiim yaw law. em a bttl of Wyeth's Vmm'm tl4tur ttxtay aiNl HothH, aTMIes after a few days' war: This pi iniisiaasj hi sKitil to the PW4c at tfar sssa a attlti nnd Ii , reeimnsVM saM aM by all drug gteta. VUltsa mm. mL man I What be ItWM am! WMM aa if I've i mawa am wm Hying halt, nn majut assjM ra ta stores, on iv Te'ie use cahee of It. - U. Gl BMMr M r,wrt thatMie mH of hN I wm Wig UatM eetit poknffr. slooro la h m wtsle)g isMUw.-Puck. I bK-sl tractive. aunt the rts.sort that GROCERY GO. GOOD TKtkok TO EAT. Mulleil Mmom4 .Ionian. S-r imtiml km Kltelled lHMHMt-i, Valeiitlai hy pound . .... 9o Ktielleil ImtMiPMtl Wnlimls, per iMiuiut . MM Fancy 1'iirit lHU-, per lb. 9Hl lVuey lmMirtcii Ijer Its', Inrgrxt Rtnaii, pound Sfto lYiitey Iniiirtej4 Wiulteil IlgM, largest gti-iwii, pouml a.V; IVney Culirorntft llgs, 2 lbs. for . .3So Fancy Meeteil Kxlrn .limi Imi Pi'inii", pHHd Ma Fancy MamtnottWi llraxll, nil gtMHl, MiiMHt Sttfl I "it ney, rlrn largo I'llbrrlw HMIIid . . . , .SAO nmcy Cullforiilft Wnlinitrt, imam! . Me Fnticy Citllrorw llndiled WalnntK, extrat large, lb..,JHM Ktery known variety 1hII ami Winter Apple! aele1it raney htoek, from $1.7 In f.1.0 box, according to variety. I'K'forn OH buy md our aa- wirlnteiit. iia k i:uy mnw ktm i;st Our (tke tfmtlmin tit git iiulicrsnl MtUftK-tlou, What eur hind )0H Main. Wo vhh iiitike mi) thing oh unui. Try a ako nmt Ik convinced. HOT ItOI.US AN 1 1 I'ltlCfiU imKAl) AT 11 OCUK'K. 25 lln-ail Ticket $1.00 Iteli good for 9a In trade. Agents for MclKmnld'x liucy Halt l-ako Catd)- Try u ixinml. JAFFA GIOCEIY CO, l'HONHS 31-33. PERSONALS. Tony Morelll, the popular Hanta I'o baggage tiKOttt, hits returned from a vacation trip to Chicago. Thero will be a Itnyinomt-Whllcomlj special train ot easterners bound for tho coast, through here Friday. Tluro are six cars. In tho trafn. K, W. Liobson left thla morning for yattta Ke on buslners. Thu slu-d erected to shelter the ma chinery used In building tho Kcdorul building Is being torn down, utter staiidlmr nearly two" years. This structure was back of tho building nnd added nothing to the general beauty of thu Inndscupc. The telephone dlspuicwng tine over tho Hlo fJrando tllvhekm of tho HanU Fp railroad l- being puji li ed to Its completion, afcdjwill be lit operation soon, Tho-tjv4ra are al ready strung ns fnr nemt aa Helen, and thu Instruments have.. been Install. cd in Die local office A -thorough test will bo made bcoru the I toe M put In use. Conehtcrnblo lnti'iet wu occasion ed this WrnlHg by nn Risers at musi cian who played for someHlme at the corner of tiecond treet,'id Ouhl ave nues, tho man nau nut ewe arm, yci he manages to perform e tho month organ, banjo, a sot ofabetle, stmro drum and bass drum, wm cymbal at tachment. An Incrnteus elcctrlca-J contrivance was part of hW, apparatus for ringing the bells urn heating tho Hare drum. Mr. Carl Hopping Iclves this even ln for Point Itlclmum. California. to attend tho betlslda of, Mi daughter, Mrs. Uoy Iienedlet. a reenter Alan- iiuenitie girl, who Is strlnjjsey Hi- Mrs. napping nas aireauy un m vsuiur iila liverai weeks. . The Annual Pralw srvee of the Woman's Home and Few Mmmom. ary society of the Fleet Wjshrterlaw church will be held In Mm esHseen par. lors Thursday afternesM. Hevember 1, beginning prumntsr a Stl. AH ledlta of tht conitrctatkiH arc Invited H. Krank of Hants JN, i b-rother- td Make Franklin ot tksi Mtitkl law essteea or tno forest jwiwis, mhiim cMy far a brief visit. The offlelslu of th tssesx rvte who are In Kl Paso atsjSwWm, the bh rvlftora' meeting, w ssMnt )whi tMMdy. A- few of thesj VM.fSMtH) "arrow, but the main lssr w awH the c6mpltitlou of kAst rajncts)T est Tbursilay night Ijofoae lnWim hae. Four auto partly aiMaiat tw the city yesterday and leavjlMi JnWnl on tours westward, nar mtUHhin a Icerle car frem C4slY 9mi0. I , Otlven by J. li. roisK- OastlHad (W driven hy n,- mMmmmi of Pdvldeuce, M. f., it tWMn from Hock fard. 111.. 'MMB W Frank Nelson, MM er)WVISM ''CO drlVert by A. H, Mlsttsiii C Mstvetr. Frank tlnets and .ft'MaW vt two, nrrlved' from Iowa CMr, May In a- Kt egr .Which thw ' slMvlnif ncrees nw rouniry. 1 O. A. Mfmra rRi a trip to till y4Mltta ot ttin mnaass Maneroay !naa-B The Market PRICES 5T1ME0 BY LONDON' RISE Reactionary CkarMitr of Market RNumti Afttr Im tcrday's Tmprary lily, (Hr KtmIb HseaM A. P. leased Wire) Now Vork, N'V. 1R. The reSelw-' ary character of tho market, which wna ovorceatc temporarily by tho ral )y yesterday, amrfn nsaerted itself to day. Prices wero stimulated at the opening by the previous rlo In the i.-onuun mnrKei. uut tne nuvantage wsa soon kwt, owImc lamely to ctM- tlaued realign. UHHMpiRtmeit ever the mwre te d4lare aH oktra dlvKfend on IwMttk Valby, which had been exieete4 In some quarters, caused free letHns; uf the atock In the second hour uwi It sagged to 177 S-8. It hati MM at 180 t -3 earlier and closed yeMday At 170 7-4. Keating ami all ot the other active laHt! were Inrhteneed by tho decline In this stock with ttulie n large iiroportien or tho liet iaMwx slightly below yesterday's closing. Later on there were feeble rallies In conjunction with a rise In Interim, but the whole Met afcMetl again, later, to cenBWcrawy lower ftgures, jtmm were firm with the American Tobac co company mh! some lower )rlca4 incua in demand. ftcvcto inroads were '.natlo In itrte alter muiiin'. wnth tne abrwtiv iiowcr of tho market muck reded by thn recent driving In of the abort interest, large oporatora nnd it in eronslngly difficult to mnrkct their clocks when thoy attempt to maae a turn, tiossea ot about n ioint wero registered In many representative stocKs, Heading. Heading, I'nloti Pacific, St. Paul. (Ircnt Northern nretorrvd. Missouri Pacific, United Ktates atcol, American Hineltlng nnd Amaljntmated earlier,' i-entgn vnuey was down turee- potttts and Canadian 3 1-3. On the curb American Tohiioco jumped 16 pwlrila to 24. The decline stopped . when protemlonats ceased selling but no appreciable recoveries were recorded, Tho clove was steady. drain niiil ProvbtlniM. Chicago, Nov. 15 in view of statements showing the export sur plus In thn United Ktatc to be S!, OOti.OOO bushels lets than at the cor responding time a year ago the wheat market today gave evidence of decid ed strength. The opening wns 1-8 to L-to to 3-4e higher. Mny started at I0D 1-4 to 1U0 1-:. a guilt of 3-8 to 1-i to G-8a but later reacted to 99i 7-d. ' The close was easy with May at 99 7-MH.OO, it gain of 1-So net. Meager stocks and. continued small rccclptc made corn firm. May opened ft. shade to l-4o up At ttSffSG 1-8 to S3 t-lc and afterward slipped back to 04 S-R, Iteallxlng sales eased oats. Dnccmbor started a sixteenth to 1-M Kl'io higher nt SO 1-4 to S-R and then receded to 4 3-Sc. Tho close was weak nt 4 1-Sc. a net los ofl-Jc Provisions advanced nil around on disappointing receipts of hogs today and a disappointing count or yester day's arrivals. Initial sales wero 3 l-24f5o to 10c higher with May 319,07 1-J for pork; ?M0 for ribs. , St, Irfmta Wool, Ht, Inutile, Nov. 15, Wool steady I territory and vteslern mediums 17 2"ri rtno mediums ItfeiScit flue 11 10c, Kawtas Oty TJte Woofa. Kansas City. Nev. li.Cattle Itscvlpta 11,809, Incmdlnc iiH southerns. Market steady ta Hie low er, Native steers IS.r.O rs.7i eetitlt ern H,flOrl,-a; southern cews and heifers Ss.7S4jr4.50l native cows ami tlfera $2.7.8: stnekera am4 foeilera M.7S5.7S; balls Jl.te D.eo; calves $1. 086-7.25: western steers 4.nr7.:s! western cowa j:.754f.es. iHHrs Kelrts 17,068, Mafket B to, tc Hp. Rttlk of aales 1.0B6.45; luwvy St, 4,H packers and butcltcra JJ,SR,fO ll)hl .00 SM0t ptirn t.JB.K6. Hhtep Heeelhi 19.1M. Market steady. Muttotwt tJ.88W4.89; himbe S4.SSHS.0Qi ramre wethera and yearlings 4.33 js 4.V2 ; range ew Sz,003.7B. Chicago, Xov. II. Cattle Ke- ceipta 31.009. Market avwawtHy If lo ISo lower: beevt-a Sl.9lll.l8: Tesaa steers I4.005.80 western steer M.35O7 30, tteckm kiHt feetKM $j.006.70j cowk sM h(rra S?, C.SSt calves G.t8ll.2S. Hogs Hetetpta St,080, Market J Ho 10 cents higher. I.iflht M,I8 8.bo:i nttxd l.nofe.i heavy H.fr .48i rough t.88l,iSt mA te choice heavy S.3S9.SSi ptgtt $4.f9 btk f Ntn t.ss.ti. HtcaJUcelpts 4,8M. Mr44 U to 18 cm4 tewer. Native .HM MM wa4em S1.8SS.I8 yeea-tasja SU04.7 tamba. native ts.UV CMi wester tt.xst,M. C44ssi, Nf. IS, Wheat He cemlMr HI JaW l 7-Sil,). Cr Dsswer I 1-2; MaW t-I, 1 Oata PMsmhar ii 3-t; mW it 7-1, . I04- -Jiawtgrr New Tae, Jfaw. IS. Call 2 3-8: ftria iBMMir 41 11: St 1-81 M iiMi sklMl 4 'Mi' Ptr S1.MI.44) tfsi Ml.niMS.i4i ieMi i 1(4 7-t M,N414J I1T l-t Mstkfsi ItCt Tark CeatseJ let; WMrtMrn 111 3-f BtJtaMj 'Heir Fselii sssiswa mm us i-4 steel ft i-t m i-i, turn tm "Pmnmy isirtircMt icatcmc Fir Trial Honvince Any Oti& o f its $ffiCcyS Mil. IV .Nt. JofTrloii, cor. fleventli and D Avr.. llugnlus.1, Lou- telaM. writes: "This Is to certify that the latter part or I-'cbrttary I Nirtb oi the head, and have gleii , trier pounds. Pertina Is n great wetttciHo anil a tair irini wiu con vlt4ccany one or Its efficacy." Catarrli for ltwr Ymhx. Mr. J. (I. HtelTe, It. It. 3, 8-hbrman, ttotilh Uukotn, writes: "For rour yearn 1 had been it continual suKeror from that dreadful dUcasc, chronic catarrh. I tried all kinds of so-called catarrh remedied and found no relief, "1 was advised by a friend to wrlto you about my cam-, which l did, and yob kindly ndtlscd me to tun a coie of Peruna nnd 1-ueupln, which I cam- WEEK-END SALE OF WINTER HAT Albmtueniue women who, lor one reason or another, buv deferred tho buying of their ivlhter hats, nre to bo ufforded a rare bargain opportunity tomorrow, Friday and Saturday nt thu Welvart millinery on Central avenue, Kor thla very special week rti aaile the mitmtgVment of the Welvart store will offer some ot tho vt-ry latest nml :wt attractlvo mod- eta in tailored and dress beta at tno uniform price of IS. Muny of tho models offered have sold regularly ut from 17 lu 910. rOUKD AKD 0ASKID llOTHIR'S CHECK Xnw HiUewer Cttatrti Is lAHwaWhlfig In City IMUk-, Tlmdgtt Ho C-Hly (let AtKHil ei(H) or .Money. Sylveater Chavea today cashed a check which ho had no right to cash. New he Is In Jail and hie brother, wheeo check It waa. aaya he will pros new Mi itfileiM the mbttey M refiUHieg. The ette4t wm for self, and waa teewd to Migael Chaves. Magat teat H er It waa stolen from Mm, he do net kMw whleh, last night-1 m Rarelaa. Teday Sylvester eaahed the eheek at XandeM, Myer and Oti.'s m( lt,rt Hear ty 9M0 of the HHMey with the Mrm. With the reet he beught a suit of clothes and aeked $46 in eaefc. The eueck waa presented to the mnti i Cfmtnierce before the exwipany we!il eah It and wa protHWHeea ty them the all right, Sylvester dM net eta. tktrse It Sh the efeeetteg ef the eaJ Py rK4Hsitlve. and It ta Hot cr lain whether fee actually tiki1 the m gwrslim er kk brother ettdereed It he- fNto it Jaft hill )HHHIM)jflf The cow pas y will not Ptneoettte tf Sylvester retnrns the mgy aftd ekfthe he rcegtveH to hlg brother, ami they are (MM for the eleth , h4 Mmttet Chavet will net reeitte hta Wrether If he returns Um a4By, but friMH 1:5 HtU Ut la the aemeae, CtMtvec sat In the orAee e ta ehtsf ef Ps'e Md deid that 2st heal etth; w, the ehHhea or ta mmny. He a MMteti ktte 1b the aftenMMM that he Md emtm th ehcek, but isaW he m Mt know where the nioavey wm aad i ne hwi soHt tao cwtAa, ise am Andia iioM lift , the fM! OH and mt youif oemmm msmm mm tafiBaalEifllBBaflKBaW. mBBBBBare',J mUr vOtiSmmmMmw as f, MkJtH'KKtQH.- menceil nt once and tras surprised how. It relieved me. "I am linnnv lo nv lttat I asm fwn today. I take pleasure In reV- ommendlng your great rsmedy M-aMt 'who nr aKIIcted with cat rtrh." --' Chmmlti Naaal CVHatrh. "JaW; ciinrlttk if. rttevefc. lie mi-- 'tWfh 8t Detroit, MlcWajani MtHrn.' (S'lt jMtrirta H4i areat nfassiiee-TU ssi wy Wjn merits or peruna m a rwat' bV' for catarrh. "j rwltirrfd for so&e: tii '' "' vssn( if us, - nSJ '"'T'TfVj' treatment, during which llme'l'wsM'f seven bottles of Peruna, f am Htaeetf to ny that I am entirely welt, there not being thu slightest trace of catarrh left. 'Peruna la without n doubt (in my mtndl tho greatest remedy known for catarrh." not know to whom. Antonio (lallogoa, a friend of aylvea- lor Chaves, raw lilm caeft the cheek. and told tho ikjIIco a Mneh. What will lH-cetHo of the rami w tmUM. No formal complaint haa Iwen made na yet, but Miguel Chavet iwys he will certainty uroeecttte hie brother itntesN he neta hie twmey hack. aehhere Meund Over, lurence Kemero and Jhh Chavec were yesterday bating over to the grand jury In the shm nf fKM eaeh fT' robbing tho Amokchouee poet hall ami, tobacco nhop on fJehl avehne. They admitted thu theft of about tie lu nmall chnngu frum the place night be fore wet, ' -,. IOWA CKXTKAIj TO ST. IX)U.' Itawlcy Iuterrs44 Dnhto on a 9ttg .Mite KxleHideM, Minneapolis, Minn., Nov. 13. Tito Jlnwloy Interests trill extend tite lewa Cent ml railway from Altta, la, lo t. l.ouls by the construction of two hun dred miles of new roed according is the announcement todey by O. W, Hoevers, general counsel of the Min neapolis Ht. LouU railway ang Iowa Central lines, Mr. tteevera wilt depart tonight for Ues Moines, where he will confer with the slate executive beard. I must conic that water cress Is not a tootbwime dbmi I twang my harp to t3rman carp As it most tasteleM Rs4t. The parsnip, too, I tedder yen Can hardly rave a beat; For nrtichuHcs net many retke Will raise an eager sheut. Bendavle gnplea have ne anapi The beet l tat tht fare; Rut tho worst egfeiMe (a the expaa- Ive alligator pear. F. P. A, In New York Hveulng Mi4. 1 always wmIm ii my bgslwiaete my hM4i4 la ietenHrted,'' "Tet,l wtiiMHM) yeti know aswetiy karw ssuslt mch pWyer 14 to frM Mt the rcce4a4 of tho world's chmidete4ilii aerrts." Chicago IteeetH-KetNsM. 44MHt KhKO, X. T.i May. 1 tars eatenai the emtsHry Hry Wamwrlgbt Howe, a m4NHmt et New Yark ksat aAght asd stk Jewfdry from Mrs. KwweSi whftg ah waa atepraif. 'at tip hx&p Tf ' , At f 6ht&ktm Rmrw r.ti "a" j" . V ....Mi .MMJtki.