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' .TJgft 'IT tW 4tt vt'tfU.A AXlUQXnUtQUE EVENIMG HIIUjLB, 'MONDAY, D1C1M1IK 4, fill, ... HOME. CURE FOR RHEUMATISM th ml mHe time Mr fata cfofK-fi e" fccmMf a cripple er oxtCTMil Such J -t ajma Mftiltfltf 4ratmAr I rC!n jfrfTK iwfffiwff kTTwi t inn Aw Me MOere pat, w m7 re- twee Me mffawwrnnnw wmkn cents) sn tho enso or n man. Uui sit ..-. .-.-i. L-j il, -sr... g,., allowance It mado for bosFd anil lodg jffwc r iwkjc, sm encm-m m ,n? whcJ) wmi,(, Kfnpr)lHy )rr ,fiu mi be mre IMA ttmfrary. bCH nvoragc .Inlly earnings of even the tiv lAe'rimM lhe4 fe retrnwi iloniwie wrvmii above m-ai. a now a. It .n.nm " . fJ'Vgetilm- forth rn ns Sin. condl M (M tyntm nntmmumm gttt tlnnt on which rcilucotl contributions 4rmr J&tl cm Ms wc.h. Purify ' accepted has been proposed i- -tL- a . bo rlinnctillor af tho fschoauvr mid "v ' ." i try vm Mtid mmJ lh vmi uhI cur ffce - -ai.. 71- .vtam mill ewe pcmwemiy. ' jnem n( ntpwHH mmefUiMy m mrely ( ? uy aflir Irrmtmuni AO. D. lm v wer irrwmcw. lm greet farmer pwww tw "flrt, or jirmnimi," cmpiojcr oti A urn flritffHf mmaiMUa MMMtm V('ol I"11 10 contrltmtothfr tbnrc nw pamrmmg vmnn thu Intumnco BMd'to nlioch1 le rfriw wrf ry trace ef Hre tho unmpt If her "iirlHcljml" cm- t H il 1 1 ,i- timntlblllty Milt on the mlttrott of WtW? WWI Wj ! lrMHfli tho house to whlth tho It In tho Jmblt h kkhfl ctdUk. Only fwr , "I ol,'B n;tt In tho vool.-. It the Lii rmt stream MfiMMjMfK "'"Ploynkinl It imrel) Tliousanih linvo ctircil thcnisclvct ol oinploynicnt, no onn nan be conipe'ilca Xlicumnlhm ly usine H. S. S.. n to nny for her mid nho can Join tho ntctlicinc made eiiHaly of roots, tehonio only nt u voluHtnry contrlb 1i?rbA ntullarkH; no harmful mineral ntor. ciittrH lnt lis composition, nml I no Jobbing ardeurr Is 6ii irrcli' V8,S.S. It tlttrcforc mtfc for any one yw "'no lovel. There are thout. f5uc. Hook nn Rheumntlsm und f"J RrdoM wblcU nro not nt ru Mores. r ,wlco u w,,o) w , aivIiIp. m Tmswm" Stearic rn.. Atum. c, p ISti SERVANT 10 RE INSURED NEW LHW lick IthcfiU 'Must Be lid for By'Tliiiv Imiiloyers Ao oordinf to Statute Modelled on German Code. tandon, Dec. 1. HenlnniniJ profc. nbly next full, mlttrettct ot ICiullrih rov.o'Wr;v Ktnini. every ueok nnd bttuehln them to n card. Thu went, whi n provides nn Insnwnco for the ttr.un: it modeled niter that In force tu Co -many. Tho mistress buys the stamps i.t a jrontof llco nnd the turvtint probutdy will obtsln her eant'thcra nlto. i'-ourIi the rettttlstlons Bovorninr ibnt lwlnt linvo not yet been Issued If either mlstross or ntnhl nes'""" mr noty she will bo lliible to ojiitltii's which. In ngRravatod'&nsus, r.f e.Mcnd to ten imimds tfr.O). It will bo thu servants duty (o :n. auro liuruelf ngulnst Blci ttets tinl l.ho mlstross' duty to too tuat mot does so. Tho card reinDlin fo ptoi-' trty ot tlio servant. It mut be pro duced -when wbjicb wre pn.-l .uui tho mutrots must attach to It ,he tieees-, rilrv nllintiiip fif uenLilv 11 itilna tn I'm. i or the contributions of both rmployir KG UNDER una empioyeu. These will como ioi"'i'" h; oyer me shock, six pernio (twclvo cenist ; v k, hntt ( ,,w puncliers, sheep lierd oacn rrom tno einpioy' uti I in natd Hnvlnir oblalnetl lipr va wii't thu stamps oh It tee servant wil' Join nn KiijiKived society, the nnn.ii rcprc sentln? her piumen'H o i . r Mic 1nltm ... .1a .... .,1 tit 11.11.. ' " w m u"HUli Hill . SSuPK nAS' h"00 fa r cepted by a society, she will reiolvo In caso of Illness free doctoilnc. rnar ..r II ha.i. ..... .l,t..MMM m.. Cd (fl.SO) u week for thirteen weeks and 6s fjl.20) n wcok therciiftcr, und vnutttorla lonctlt. .Most cm.loyers now provldt med ical attondanfco snd Pay wo;e when iiioir muius aro lit. uuvloitsly Uto hill wH 8lvo thpm tho rlBht to rentmneo tlint ohllKitfon, jr they tare to do so. aii inni .nr. Lioyu-urorRo will jtroni lso 8 ijt i AHvrriililvo Is this. If .a tuts-! tress lindOrlalitH to ulvo ful ' hoard i WSBcs dtiflliB lx wrolis of lllnest a.lneki UUIUllNi: Itho remedy you year, her contribution thull be i educed . need. It cleanses nn4t strengthens the .. . "v B WCCK tm ser- vnnts by id (2 ct-ms a week). In which ereiit tho mlttiess will itltnch is tiu tsu cents) worm or stnjips In n monllj of fohr weeks an 1 deduct U (IC coitls) from the wn.-s lint tho tirranKofiient will bo sub!t to con ditions nnd npprnval If a domestic Krvnn' ,ufMt.of m. at Yog furnish the cotivm-iat ion weT! do 'you thun The MosBtiln ployiiioiit she mum ul (noli tlx- stamp herself, tlio.ftill Mxjieticv (u con") u week outjriier own jmck. If Alio fail to (IrfVo she fntlri Into iirronri n ml run ilio tiik of suffering n teducuan In bOnclUit. Wiicru the wages uf nn oiiiljto ill person .naio limn 21 jeers old an nor exceed st (!d mo cenui n ito). higher contributions must bo unit! by tlie em ployer niiil lower contributions, by tha person employed lr. for Inslnnce, tho1 rnt was 3 4K cents) n dny, tho worker would pay only" C tl (4 cents) h week nnd the employer jirMH'tentst. Its It... .... nf ft mJiiiWkli ntt.t P.I If! io no contmi'mi nnorur. Tho t-liflrwonmn rccclvct torho ,'ont', n"( "inlly bring her up t0 ,)() rPgntt,,i 2 C(j n jayt jjt,r jr. fluuiiy it ihh lr nit imn nBui.ir om- I?ovnicnf. that It It the rock on fixed (,VI1 cftph ,() 0J0 houao or norj) tlmo nmoiiK different, e;n)lo; en. The :' nn nnii nay hi week nnil inn 1'iiijMojer ;m. nut who, nmonij to many, la hit employer, llrfblo for tin 3 i'.' u year The nntWer It tho utanio at befon hlt principal" omplOyer, lr lie hna one. hit ilitt employer IMin tins not. Vi". .M t.,1 various OHijiteyorH ngreo to "do tbo cmi union tlwm the con. illtlou of Miiv the jwrdMwr'B .Mondaj employer will bceewe HBopulur. LOBSTERS All IK OIIGOK NOW Not tln lxt Kttnl, Ifoncter, Imt tlm (TUAianwiiH, f.eHfrnlly nnna In h HAlilMt or CIwh jlrlM nml Clmm WKm 1'ortUnil, Ore., Doe. t.Lobrtcrt linVn nt Intt come to ecnlrnl Orexon. They ron;H the ndvent of tha rail rvmlt nnil ciumed nlinont cmuiiI ex citement, a eufn In thn inld-OrtKn ity ot Iiend him Jimt offerrd lollrt jiihJ erttbi ton the flrtt time mid the town wnt thfown'liito n furore. In the old day, tvhon nil eommunU eutlun with tho uutttde world nan by miikc such tuucuUnt dellctirlct worn unknuw'n to th interior. Tlie leiiu ttnue rldf wnt too unhvulthy for tho tcu (ItnlJWin for tlio Ico would Imvo nipltod wl(hln u thort distance of thq Columblft rlVer. Ho the actual ndvent of the tlioll flli nOnpluiMied the ohlet rcxtdout, who had never en tueh thlnKt bo fore. Only n few weeks urw many reHldenta' of Dend hnd 'never teen n locomotive und were niye-Mtrlckon when the flrtt on. puffed into town. Tlicy knew what to expect, theusli, for they hnd rem! of euRlnc nnd trnlnt, but the Mtfht or tueh Weli'S tliliiK or iotuUrH nnd crnbt, thnt rooked like ltuire. (ivrrirrown Inso-.tt. wnt too much for thu compreltcn- ' f the populace nt frU It took r. ranchers ami local townspeople wis Mumped by the novel elht. A steady procession of 'peopln ooseil through the rafo Uonrt to Kutlier Information as tu the origin or tha strange rrtfc. taeeann. The IMunl to tho ehe uii, ... Khlmnril nn Uii. nnilvn 2li HZ CUK. 'l. '0 ,. in.i ,. . infrl The enii. he thought, had been speurcd lit Cnlllo Kallt, ultboujih he wnt not sure. The MrntiRc objects are n nlno aavs wondr. und It wiU not until nfUr eollsldr1ilu urKiiiK that thu lo,il sports wire induced to tilt tlicitt ' " - ....... ...w Oat III the stomnch-eoRil's from food u'liloli huK r, rmftlilf il. rial rlil i.f tlit Jmdly dlswited food osijnlciily as pot- slblo It you would nvbld rbH16us nt- stomaon, uver snu poweis, aim rrstort-s enrriy nnd cjierrfulncst. Trice OOe. HolC by AH Drf'seiits. Uvcry fnmllf has need nt H nood, reliable .lloluirnt. Knr sprains, bruis es, soreness Of tlio in'llHClrM nnil 4-Iibii. nlatla IWlrt tlieln Is hone hctU-r than l'Ili.l..l.r.rlr.i. Unl.l I.f nil .(,.nln j i'. tlie riwt rtMfr fcltphotw Stales Tel. ad TeL Co. mm mm ' SCHOOL WILL GET THE PROBE, Governor Hartley Orders an Invtctiffttion tf CkivVfes That -Mnates "Were 'Sub jeoted to Harsh Punishment JfrT'm'ii c'li). Dec 4 Oovcrn-i Iladle) bus directed tho board of mnn nscrs of tho rioonvlllO'Rerorm School for fioys Inmiedlalely to Ihrcsttunte charges nnlMHi the officers (n churco of undue severity In punishing re fractory Inmates nnd tho reaion so tunny of the boys escupo lro:n tbo Institution, lie has particularly en joined upoil Judxo Vlllhtm M. Wil liams of Itoonvllle, .IiuIko John .M. tVllllanis of Oallfornla nnd W. 0. I'cndli-ton. mayor of lluunvlllc, to make n full report to him nt the catllest date possible. Thcsa threa men mo tbo uutlvo moniburn of the board ot mnnaccts. Homo days n(;o the governor receiv ed a copy of tho lioouvlllo Advertiser which contained diitnnglpy charges aKolusi the manniscmcnt ot tho inttt- tutlon. It wat nllegeil that n boy in mate who Wat accused of fttealliiR a revolver beloiutlns to n gtiurd wnt aiost severely punished nnd was (lueatencd with further '-"punishment Whlrh would Imvo been lMlcted had It not been discovered thht bo had not stolen tho weapon. Tho article ii I so contained chorees against cuards, attempted coorclon and numerous ch capos of tUo Inmates duo to Imperfect Discipline. No direct charges, ho ever, wero mndo nsnlnst tho suiierlntondent, C. C, McClaughry, suvo the inference that he was not tho r!nht man for the iioaI Hon ho holds. Thcro nro rensons to believe that while Governor ltndley docs not glvo most of theso charges mucn credit, yet ho Is not Wholly sat Isfled with tho mansKcmctit of tho tn stltutlon and has not been lor a lone time. Ho It known to entertain n high regard for Major McClaughry n a pnton man. Mr. McClaughry has been at tho head of tho Institution about two )ear.i. Hn Is n sou ot tho warden of thu federal pcullcntlnry nt lavcti worth. I'rlor to comlne hero Major McClaughry was deputy warden ot tho penitentiary nt Atlanta, On., and left thoro under tho best recommenda tions as n capablo prison man. The legislative committee appoint cd by Governor lladloy n year niso criticized the Jloomlllo t-efortn schcil ns net coaling up to tho desired stand, nrd of nn Institution for Juvcnltu til fenders, TUOUMOARI HAS KAILHOAD BOOM Kld Tlwt KnutA IV 1'rojeclH Mim from TIhiv to Lubbock, Texa tiy Wny of TeIoo. Tucumcarl, X. M Dec. 4. A num ber of rumors are afloat here to tha effect that the antn Fe plant to build Into Tucumcarl. Chief of these tt ono 10 tho effect that the Hmitn Fe wilt build a lino conuectlnK Tucumcarl with Lubbock, Tex., by way of Texlco, n dlstunco of one hundred and sixty four miles, and making nn almost complete nlr lino from Donver, Colo., to unlvoston, Texas, this line being shorter by two hundred nnd-nlxty tulles than any other road running In tho tamo direction. The Hunt Ko recently ran u sAirvoy s9UlheH f Tniiumcat I over this rout and In view ot the fact that the direct, or- of tUU, ruiid I...I t..nll. me.!.. ors of this road last month mndo nn appropriation of $100,090,000 for Im provements and extensions on It lines during tho coming year, It appears plauslblo that this road wllPhe built soon. This pr6bftb!llty was dkcbircd by iw vice prenldont of the cjianapy u few tnonths ago When tho official wut pres ent In Tucumctlrl, ho stating that thii road would uUdoubtedly tm coilnlrud ed as toon us tho company could flild Its way clrnr to do so. U Is now thought that tho time litis arrived for tiellVo nt.'BothitioiiK, orpeclally lis state hooii seems near. tt Is known that a deal hs ueen mado with the southwestern -for tho use of Its tracks between this city and French, New Mexico, and It Is eald that the latest folders and literature ot tho Hiintn Fa system Indicate a proposed route between this city nnd Texlco. It Is felt in Tucumcarl that a road south or here over thu plulnfe would ho 11 paying Investment fOr both tha fall wny and the city and liop an high that the Iniprov ineut wilt bo made. J. It. AVhcntly ot Clayton, X.,X"., had let tho contract to H. K. lMMrig for tho eri-ctlon of two new Itisstness blocks on Katt Main Mrcet, adjoining the Williams grocery. The buildings will bo eoimtruoled ( ssitlve stonil and will bn two eorlsNl feelgfct. eaehi is feet wtdn and m mt umt. work -Will begin tit wife tiaWtV down tho frame biilidh nw Mi the lots to that Ilia work vh new bulldtNgs I'ftn be startfrd. M m time in tils last HVo ream )mm tfesrc fctw n slop to tho building e ssswsi-town store rcoms nnd htM4Mt Msim in Tucumcarl, tAi asvek snsy come from ovr WAeki cM sssMHil In the muscles ot Hm atWfc ar tm tsc. in th twa 'Hfss'sr iisSSst t-ke rlht remedy Is II A I. MAWn'tmoW MNIJIKNT It shottt m'M'Wlikeit Ih thoroughly over the af tjd psrt, tho relief will be promt a4'atlfuftory I'ritc :,lc. 50c iM Pr bottle. Hold by Alt !- frfessor of Uiiiisii.-M', Mr. Twllfslit. can you tell what the po asMns when be speaks of tho "strtsl. ry of the skies'" Mr- TwjUsht (with happy atsur lnce)--Why, the shooting stars, ol! e.Uri:. JinJffe, trnmr ni inn uinr rum DUod mt T MexitDistUrbancH Sinmh stra-Ml Need for Mounted TreSpT-Kcrtr the S.tkevn loitUr. , HI mdJ T.i .Orltirt w:il'li ko fhto feet at onco have been, roceivTfd tiy Hi iiulhorltlet nt Fort Iiiim. IritnuforiniiiK that stntlbit Into n nxiiiry iott. It has tons been ex iiifivcly (WliK. ntry pout. Tii stntl.viiinir of a dtncinient ot envnlry at Tor' lllln has been expect cd In military Mrclen for same thno. puring ilia .M' xlcan revolution, and nt the presjmt nun . the rt.it nre.l ot tiuiilry af thlc point has been concius. ivcly tlioivii. Tile pnirollnu ut n lomt i iter Is Vn dlltlcdU for tiifuutry .done It, U often tiecessary to send troupe n long itlstnnre. and the tlmo element In very Important. The order fi"tu the war department irnid'ii for t.io- oceopnllon 'f thd von by h'ejtiltiunriursj Imml, maehlnn gun plutoon, mid u squadron ot cav- air), A Hfiuiiitron convl.tt ot four troops. The order furllur rcttulro the Immcdluti' conitriictlon of four tlublcH. The ontrtiets are ordered to bo let Immediately uni work on tha bUlldliiK tifViitn nt mon fls jiucslble. An eltQtrlc lightlni; system for tlm pout Is being lu-tulled und will bu compute by the nrst ot the year. Al though Fort Jilliw Is an old post, botln the oilloersXiitirtTn anil tho barracks ure in loioUicuniiition ana alio location ml plrtn lit the, post Is excellent. I'laiiH for tho enlargement of tho post, ii-ri;uiy in(; nniiuriiig tn u larKo ruio range, uro now under way and with) these plans curried out tho pout wilt rank as null of thu best In tlio (south west. Thu rcirimi'ulat post tor r.l I'uso remains In nutation, llut tlio nsur ii n cc ot a tieriiianunt c&vulry imwI here inrnns mieli t'i Kl I'aso, hIiiuq pr6flt derived from cavalry In the way of feed for the animals it an added asset! to tno city Nothing Is said In the order about which regiment of cavalry will b stationed nflho fort or to which post tNs Twentivllird Infantry, .will h iraiwerreur it in practically certain; however, that the Fourth cavalry, un der commaml or Colonel c '. Stecver, will remain stationed here. This lias ncn tho tsstnmort tntk. and the or ders hav- been expected for some time, in regsrd to the Twenty-third, It crrsHUiOimtto tlint It will l trnniirew'dit'lflert'llenjnintn Jlarri son, iHiilnnn-ll-. ThSt pott It n now) on.-, oemg tno itst tuai has ueen built by the goverttMMit, and It has bcem repArted In army papers that the Twenlj'-thlrdVould gut the berth. Tho only hitch was that tho Twenty thlld hu beck In tho United Htatcs for , Iiree years and It therefore ellglblo for rorelon service. Ordenc lug which cavalry troops are to bt ttntinu ut tlm fort und the pout to whlcn the Twenty-third will bo trans forred, are existed to orrlve soon. EDISON Tff STfYP ' J. awiJlOlUCr HOUND THE 0I1CIE Iiuentor Tclki Tuft Ilo llH Machlno Vmler My"t Twins llco or Orator In'lHdHlcK.'- :' Washington,'; Dec. 4-fThomas Kdkton, In iirsWrnncc with Vi A. MMfrenci! with l'r.ml. ! 2" y' XLtii a. j ILlSeh dm ,lch Way Wl dent Tntt here; hat stateU that ha machine Itlt thn llori't. slty or "stvlM4W around tho circle" milking speuslw, as It will automat ically do that! office for orators. He recently told 'the Associated l'rcss about the IIiVaUu "Tho tlmo is coming," he eldt "and It Is iiMWr 'Off. when electric Ity w pcrfaffH every function on a battleship n4V faewUcd by steam, oil or KUioline. .Not only Is this true of the niovt4Mt of the big guns; tho hoisting of tho ammunition and the control of the Intricate machin ery, but eltctrfrity will yet bo the motive power with which, thc ijreut Vessels thutntsH are I'-ropelled." Kdlsoii it MWwfclHg'tou tor test ing his ntiv. U4fsgo buttery In the presence of hval fxpcrlt at Wash. Ington navy ysSd. At the While ltotie lie had nn In tcrttew with pifeieHt Taft, wfwm ho told abodt M sw und wonderful machlno that .enh4ed the phono graph and th icvvlsxr picture, Thl. lie told tho,itsUswt, will make It pouible for a hKMia speaker or stttg rr (U itppetii; Mffe the public wllli out persopatW -mMfm long Jourtstya. "With tht'flpc," said KsMsvM, "tho audlrndt mi rly sees tho k'4 turts of thn jMas)er. hut msso kvses his vo oe" i' ';' KdlsOti tfti mohjue Weill b ready for tto TUf-iksii ftmptm managers lfTIflMlTefl to use Ms campaign dgk, rrestdent T stnlled. but WjM eowihttt hlssMU. When nsttttT! whst parttetttbr pUrpotle hls'Wtr JtaMery l to ba ft plisd Kdlsott TKsitlWl stinlflfsntty hm saWi "I dii not mMt. U wsuld not b for m 16 'Ala. 9MM U a matter folr thef hsvaI 3mm."- Sd4n dsMptH.Ms belkX that the Mtwr wou17lMB-fs- ssMe rrteths br Which t4aaViah Ms demand for Stfc aHd ssatMMiks wettht In el, would hi stsaBiatsisM by the motive power that 'MlsM M obedlsnt to his will. ...Mi i - O, lM CriatsssssssM Mtprlloruiftt of Mafoh csnajty, hsstseMet to haVa' (tome raat iatWta -sstwss this year. And hern at r thn words that Will he rirya W spelling class, sayt the Maesi ,lptiblesni Abscis sion, untmoiw, ssrtKit'es-cent, nsatoe ttda, aspiodl, blsetii, Connoisseur, esoulchi'nn iehihoxrv, ldlp!nray, tpecA'cua'riha, kelsMhwooj.i', ttaisiim vita. m. itrUitttS. mileme-y, iioi., iHtU?. A3UMTS TXIMf IX OHUHGK IxiHitnlenn Monk ftM l)Htr Whom Yimng SI Sei-4 HtllM h I'oeket txiok IHuIhk l'r)( r. New Vork. ?C. V., Dee I. Aroiis'd from nraver h) n yOUnk nlrt, who had told htm she had Just c(m tha tltett of n pocketbe-ak. the liev. Father M. A. Miie!taH) n iwtnlnlcft monk, ns sUtlna In .' 'mlHslon nt ti VtAcnnt Per vcr itoman Cntholla churoh, tjlxty- sixth rtrtft and texlnxtoh avenue, ar rested a man Jut at ho was leAvlns) tho building nnd whom lio chHiwa with stealing n poeketbOok. Th'e In cident took place during benediction, In Hut prc'onoo of n itnecllhg 'congre gation. The mission was In progrest all last week, nnd several thMts wero report ed. Mist Julia. McOUtve nnd Mist Kate McCormlcU, ITS Kat KeVenty-tlshth ttrcet. thouRht It strange when'they siiw n tall, Well dressed man Walk up tha center nlslo near tlio end of tho service and take a sent. When tho Worshippers knelt At thn .beginning of benediction, tno women uecinro they saw him reach to the teat In front nnd take n pockotbook from the cushion. Mist Mngulro ran to Knther fthec han. who was Ituccllnii In a rear new. Chid tn th cream colored vestment of tho Dominicans, the latter followed by Daniel Kinclly, tha sexton, alto lit vestments, ran to tlio door Just In tlmo to Intercept ii man who wau hurrying out. Father Hhcehan wrenched a pocket, book from tha fugitive' hand nnd tok hint to tho Koat 8lsty-svcnth Street 1'ollco station. The lutter them Said he Wat Clcorgo Mullen, n weaver. 40 years old. nntl that ho had no oer- Innnent address. TO THUS ESKIMOS WHITE MIK AJtX CimiOflTY Trlhti Dlitererf WMcli Ibito Xevce Hcfom Vlcwrrf Men of Other Kaoo Thau Tlirlr Own, Winnipeg; Can., Deo 4Lcttcrs have been received here by mcmbcra of the Winnipeg Iltnterleal society from V. fitcfansou, tho Arctic explorer, In which he tell of having llyod with a race of Kuk linos yrhlch had never seen a white man. HtefAnson said ho had visited morn than see uncivilised Ksklmof, nearly all of -whom had nover seen a white man, yet who wera more ndmlrablo In character am) de portmcnt than civilised pintle gtner- nlly nre. .Vjmo time ago a tatter reached New York telling somothlnR of these i:kl mew and now the explorer, who lis been gone more than two years, sup pile '(.ddltlonal details. The letter wo written on June 21 from Iingtou Do', In n corner of Franklin Hay. Of tho COO K.iklmon 200 had 'never teen a white man, nor had their ancestors. About ISO hSd teen white men beforo only once. These had once visited n schooner near Victoria Island In 1P0C. Nono of these Ksklmos had cutis, nnd three fourths of them had never heard tho report of a gun. Mtcfanson had traveled 1,800 mile In the year preceding hit letter. Ho had covered 260 mile on do sltds, He and Dr. Andarsbn, his companion, existed entirely on wild meat. Only onco did they sea whlto men, that be- ,lng five months after they reached voronaiion uun. FIFTH OF MILLION CANS OF TOMATOES l4Skenool Cannery Hn ImmcH OHt (Hit for Keon or 101 It Tttrke Truck Cattki Doing SWpjed. Lakowood, N. M., Dec. 4. Thej Ikcwood cannery put up UO.opo con of tomateen this year, or nearly a fifth of a million. The imKltntlorr patd out In cash to tomato growers $4,701; for labor, $3,715; making a total of $,121 turned loose in tho community during tho two months tt Wat In operation, The Turkey Track people shipped 24 cars, 1,060 head of cattle from thn pen hero Monday. Of these. 20 cars went to Amarllto, Texas, thrto cars to ttortm, Texas, aHd oho car ut market tHK to Kansas Clly Yesterday's shipment by tbo Htm? people tM)4te rt 30 cart 1,209 head. Thss-a went to PsMpa,-Texts. These rattle were sdd to L MHVhs af Am terrlto; whd Was hero and surwrtateMd. rd tho shlisments. 3. M. Co4hHn ot XaiWM City, has been hero Several days !h4ft after tho gather! and sh4pn4eHi ef thtso cattle, There will bo other shipment before tho Track cattle are a-H Htmt. A CA1IOMIK IS pvi mom S4ert Xilastale Jrwti tm At4fH mcHt te Ints-rttewr Jstw Mftefow Ih ai a. xsre-rfsty, N'ew York, Dee. 4--AHdr.w Car tho yoHSxtsai' rstrts-r h New Ys-rk, 'Ml dfiwn yssiserhiy o h4 Shast assifwistsnt lr xw th hHK j wHury Mr. Cam(tt ha bo, ''tw; to get a jhtb as a rsa-rir. Ks wsttcd to hr Inttt Hie twisasiua In niftlHiHr, and he was tM h wajiM siVtr b a sussj t Hi . It was overcome by thi s44 hsmi m 'th vmin ttMrisimt t tasMfV h took wa W yefsstr, tstjwr (rn one of a sewd f tMftVAm ,. .Who, llhfaHW ,t mam at his home t 4m hint Idist hr sfrthaay terooroW. ni ifnaal Ut Wis psMRida Uftttt he feuiMl a stt Wrt, ft ltd 'anistr "Ces i&m, an4 j as ntf lttjrUiw jm Mwir,": 'fa- took tha wrrs la msW$s to M HUleluw htm, rm the Ml an the whs pm hy a wimM. 'II lasg your iuo.'' h s44, ''IsMt caM vt see MrMtN-Mw r We ar IrwithMstast or Uk IHsssa, If yon tkieaarj' Th mmM frwN4 an aah Jow ly tu s4os tha isr, ; "J sun swrrr, sdn" she mild, "but Mr, lUgtilow Is evgaired Ut preafitl' tut he cannot disturbed." "uui, ,Mf, nt'arnest ktn- aWd. "Will you be kind 'riiAimh to tcllj Mr lllaelow that Mr. Carueiile, n young newspaper reporter, wishes to See lilinT" The maid's eyes fairly popped, nut 4ic turned hint nwny. tnrr X ihvukci: in : minitkm. Ht. l.oul, Dec. 4. Mrt. Charlotto Hente Drummond, who described hertclf tij Judge W'lthrow as the "leiml Wife" of tho wealthy nnd much wedded dhnrlct It. Drummuiid, ohtalned h divorce after U seven tntnuteii' hearing today. Drumf.ioitd. a fugitive. Is under sontciico to u term In toe Clayton Jail for blaairiy, committed In marrying Charlotte Vincent, lie wnt divorced from hit first wife. Mr. Mnildo HHmeti Drum mond, before marrying Miss Dente. Tho second Mrs. Drummond, u brOWn Haired, bhio eyed woman of 1 years, was n-eompanlcd to court by jjuuvuj'"un.riiii,ii,viifv.-iririi" - Attention! flusic Lovers! When you buy si Flano here, you can be suro you're jiot paying $100 more than somebody else puld last week for the sumo tnstrument. Our I'lanos nro rcasnnnbly priced and IAKKi:t IN 1'fi.UN l-'lU UltltS. .Our lines mark the climax In tho plonu marker's art Icnvc you I'hin'o Tuning to us. We aro prepared to take Wri of It. We buy new Hhccl Music every day and wekndw What to buy. John Lewis Clark Music Co. thicrf-Mor to Wlilhwn 3Ih4u Co. tub oldest Music hocw: l.V yvw MBXICO. Elks' Theater, There's SMUttliiRC Alwst l If DANIEL V. ARTHUK fntk Grace Van ta At f mliHili iMatlfal Studdiford "Mort Imutiful thui (TIm Mrry Wkkw.m , NUrtfic fitw will 1m W aX ittmm. Prices, $1.00, 1 6iliw.WiMTOti.Wl issinii i i i i H i HOTEL GRAfGE TitHiO h-4 wttlt csrnihiis; hot w4r. ineMM ajye Ms MS( YttssMs4d niWst tw&ily Msr inMk, iHeetrte HmMs.' atMl w s wfl sisw, wo mm iiiswss ii mw ye. C, T, AXSFACK, Prop. The Bank I SdSZriiut, YiwMtat 0, V, Satfwd, CkiStitr 1L 0. I ,Wk t Aiit, CashlerF CtifMtd mis! Suypltit $t9j$&$99 i hocfather, Frederick Itente, of Oorl cordlu Theological seminary. Drum mood's first, wlfn divorced him In IU09. A month Inter lid tttrled Mist llcntc. They lived together two weeks, Last December ho married Charlotte Vlnaeiil nnd In January was fined und sentenced for biRumy, hut Ifaroled. Within forly-elght hours he eloped to New York with n Ht. !.ouls Woman find tho parole Wat re voked. Tho quicker a eold Is Koltim rid nt tho less thn danger from pneumonia nnd other serious diseases. Mr. II. W. I,, llntl of Wnverly. Va., says: "I ffrridy bellevo Chamberlain's Coujclt rtcmody to o absolutely tho bent preparation on tha market for colds. I have recommended It to my friends and they all ngreo Willi me." For aalo by nil dealers. - - - - - ," --------,-w---- Pianos at One Price to All Thursday, Dec. 7 Yv Dttr Ttui Appctls Is HcM $1.50, $2.00 Li LUJLJJ1!! m i mi inirwn ii I ii in HSU Wit S'lvr km,m TiMtvit Ihmi in tkt Oity. fMtsiMB swisi ifwwiWsW'r imt Ss) f4s ias)a ar tryhf. Ah Mtstl Hhc of Commerce 34? m s4s. . lr, nJMMkt, TlllftitfMwt I M. Merritt, Asst. Oaihiir. I MaxriL Atwil CtuhU MfssHMflMliHHHAMHI sHHslHi y ''i c'