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TIIE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 18, 1914.
TWO. NAVAJO INDIAN RUGS; MittfiT rmM this i mux i n Mint t voir, tiik Ihjfjt Ah4KTMI.vr AMITHK 4WIT I'llKr til BTIUCTL.Y HUiH , .UAIC lUHM. THE BENNETT INDIAN TRADING COMPANY lit MITII MXIMI rT. rilONIfl M. Aztec Fuel Co. f, Gallup Stove Coal Cleanest Coal In the xnaiket mows hi. THOS, BLAKEMORE Funeral Iilrertnr aid r.mbalintr Commercial Club liulldlDf opposite lnt office.. l.lY ASMVTANT. IThala Ambulance; ay or Klcbk oirii rhnn us. Residence I'huna 1'ST atrudii mill He in nl lor (ho next r.i. The l o m m 1 1 1 ee today rncllnl plo IrMa from f.irmcra' ora.ihiKutioiia in Nchruaka and Colorado objecting tn Hie rural credit u framed by ihr American Kur.il Ctrilita coitinuaaion. mw iiu.i i. vrmx llll.l, MY UK. AWIP1HI H .ihirim..ii, l-Vli. I tpimaiilnn In the Owen hill t regulate alir-k ex change, look the fmni of a moxement toiliiv to ilroh fit mcnaurc. At a meeting of the senate bunking com inlttce plan tor ll future will lir dia uaacd. It in not iin iidminletratiun lull i. ml rrrrldenl XVIIxiin Iiiik refrain ed fl nil Indicating his view. Ill N, 4 IIOI.I II llll.l. 4.0I.H TO IMti:sKT WtiHlliriKloll, Kill. IV Hull amruditif nta In Ihr hill lor ll I.M'U,- IIUU ledrriil m in mi IK II lo riKhl i IioI.tii uml dnuiinc. ii ml h'rar ilm limp. -ito fin rptcit today ly Ihe ern In I .11 now koi ii In ricaulciii Hi-. Will- ill In . ninuturr. Jalwurd liray'e note of prntcal object ed not only In Hip toll exemption hut l Ihr provision on rnllwny owned rhlp. and lh.it In bi opinion Ihr rc- ipi.l of one mi mil thu repeal of the other. The prcidcnt lold Mr. t'ndrrwood lie euiiaiderrd Intermit Iiuih I phaae of I ho loll question more Important l present ili.ui i hi' mere uucalion of rc veralng a domestic policy. He em-phaam-d hlii view of the nrcraalty lor a ahow of Rood faith hy the I nlled males on It ireiily obligations. Tim president had ether confer-rnt't-a on I ho lolls u neat ion with Cm Hiiiia Jn nrs uml Hollie. tie In report ed to hae said he was imk in i-on-KlexH to reverse llscll hecuuae he thought II liiil'orliint lo Ihe foreign lioliry of Ihr I'nltrd ftuVM til tin time. Mil .SON I'l :im.i. M nilllT in i.k mi:m in: iinlilllKloli, K.i. IV rreHideril WIInoii told l:e.n Hi llUHUr I'mli I -wooil, ihr I 'enioi r.iltc lioim,. Ii uili i. loilny thiil mi lulu rn eiiuld be uiuoired of Ilia uiiiorl for I lie Alnka hill. IK'- Horn huso reirntly been circulated Unit the lircmUellt wu o.iowil lo It. The I'Mlixnii cnul IoIIm ri pen I Ulan diacuawd at lenitih by thr presi dent with Mr. I'nderwood, hut Ihr itmjoi lly leader del lined lo any any- thinit about hut coiilcrcii' c. Ilt wait iinwillinic, alau, to any whether hr would voir fur or iik.iiiihI a repeal of the exeinptlon liume. I'lenlilent Wllvin explnlneU Ilia vio and Mr. I'ndrrwood ituvr hm Plena, hut no concliialona wrrr leach rd. Whether leiftvlalion would be rlniled in Ihr hoiixe al thla ai-NBion 4it conKrran wua aaid to hr omertuln Mr. l uderuood did lint uuiee Willi the prealili lit a poaltlon hill did not iiuike public , hi own, or m hat hi eon i ne In Ihr houar would ho. The Aluakun bill, out horlxlna; Ihr priNident lo coiiNiriii l a tfovrrnuienl owued rullrnail in Aluxka. waa rapidly pret.ui d toward liti.it dlKpoHii ion In I tie houar today. iN-apile rfforra to delay the final vote. Ueinem -ntatlvr lloUKloti of Tennraaee. In i liarKe ol the 'hill, declared hl I'lienllon of for, ln action before adjournment to. IliKht. He raid paaxuKo of Ihr bill waa aamirrd. V.uioiia tfTol'ta to amend thr hill failed. In Ihr coniiiiilter of Ihr hole the houar today by a Mdr of fH lo Hi adopted UepreaenlntH e l"llicrald'i amendment to the l.oun.uno hond la ue prmlhion for thr Alaeku r.nl road bill. Mr I-itum raid contended thr road ahoulil be built with current ret r li in-a. TI.I.I K MUVI V Tltol I'l.KS hv iii:it nMi:iKits Wualilnitton, Feb. I ". Money Irou hlea of hotnrideiidera in Ihr weal wrr plrtured to the Joint committee on rural rrrdlla today liy lieorae W. Klher of Itedrteld. X. Ii , H ho ut d that Ihr IrwlalHturr inakr provialon for lou.ua to cntrunta on homratead landa. At prrarnt. lie declnrnl. Ihr oir homrateiidrr, who rndravored to niakr a atari In a nrw country with out a larar amount of capital waa vie. Iiiiilied iiy "HhyliM'k hankera." who atrip null udcuncing of home- Door Mats IF YOU haven't a door mat, now ii ' the time to get one. Protect your rugs anil floor by 7 placing one of our In " . ccrted Cocoa JIaU ia front of your door. V have them in plain or dec ontei and fiora $1.C0 to $3.50 Strong Bros. 7 HOUSE FURNISHERS ' V SECOND AND COPPEH EARTHQUAKE ROCKS TOWII OF RENO, 111 Three-Second Shock Breaks Windows and Cracks Walh and Frightened Fopulace Runs Into Streets. MINERS HURRIEDLY EMERGE FROM DEPTHS It l-awri Wlrv lo i'.vmln Herald.) r.eno, Nrv., leh. is. An rarin quakr iMinrrcd hern ut IO:l u The ahock waa violent and laale about Ihrrr arconda. Thr direction waa from aoinhwat to northweal Tl.r only dainaRu done here ly I h4 eurllmiiiike cotialateil of broken w t r, dowa ami In a few rnara. rruckr l ill la. Ilundrrda of peraoiia, badly f niiiiteiied. ruched Into the atroct from huaineaa luillitlnKi unit real diniea. A portion of the front wall of an apartment cruxlied to thr pavr nienl lielow and aeveral pedeatrluna had a narrow eacaie. lieporla from VlrKlnln I'lly and Calnon City ay that thr ahock was rry aeverr thrrr, ullhuiiirh the amount of diuiiaKr la not known. Mimri lefi their work In thr l.'oin aloi ka and made their nay to thr :irf(ice. In HcvInK Ihemarrvra lo be imperlli'd in t lie mlnea Wllido'ta and wulla rrr (racked In both pilll'CM. HUSBAND REFUSES TO 001 HER CLOTHES Mrs. Agnes Lund Seeks Divorce After Quarter Century of Married Life; Defendant De nies Charges. TEMPORARY INJUNCTION ORANTED BY COURT DEPOSED PRESIDENT OF PERU DEPORTED IB lraatxl Wlrr to nr.tnr frralij l.lmii. I'rrii. I'eli IV (lulllermo HI II ll) K ri ii rut . thr dcioard prraldent of !'eru. na enl Into exile today, to eiher with hla a in. (Jeorice, and hla mlulater of interior. Hon Oonnlo Tlrailo. At mldtiluht Hir fallen rhlcf exor ullvr una taken from the prlaon where hr haa been confined alncr hla oxerlhrow on Kebrunry 4. Hr waa transported to Callao. where hr and hla rompantona wrrr placed on board thr Peruvian crtilarr Lima before dawn. Thr war caael wrluhrd an chor nt 4 o'clock In the niornlnir und li ft for ranama. tHpin Mnviiuif Klii.. New York. Krb. 1 V Irorae W Xrvlllr, one of the nioal prnimnrnl mrmlirra of Ihe New York cotton n- chanae. and Ha iirfxldeiil during: 1911 mil I S 1 2. died loday at Kl'x ibeth. J. after an operation for tippcndl rltla. Ha w.ia IZ eara old.. lie ealiildlahrd the cotton rxi hamtr firm of W rid and Nc tile PERSONALS. The l.iidlea' Aid aia irly of Ihr l.ulh. i' run hurch will hold tin ir monilily enffrr at ihr tioitu. of .Mta. Iuiuaon. Ill Hiuilh Ninth all ret. tomorrow from I to X p. m. The Ij.die' Aid aoclely of Ihr Klra". Itulitlal church will hold a WaaliiiK ton a illrthday pain nt Ihe home ol Mra. Iinifellnw. Ill North Waller airert. Friday, rebnu.iy from t lo & and from 7 to II p. in. A pro main will be rendered afternoon and evening. tUfreal liirnla will be 10 cent a. Col (leiiln,, W. I'll, li ilil or hiitila Kr. pnat annul cotnio.inder of Ihr Kniiihta of IMIiL.n (tan t lodar of New Mexico, w tio la lo be one of lite pltnclpul apcakrr Mir Jubilee celr brat Ion of Ihr order here tomorrow nlaltl. "Ml arrive lonlaht from Kiinia Kr I'liloncl I'lli hard will lir th X neat of Ihe eiilrrtalnment commit ter of Mineral l.odue No 4 .it a din ner al the Alvarado on lua arrival. I'ol.l. 4 auar lladalH ami Cirlp I.AXATIVK IHIilMU yri.MNK lab leia remove cauar. Thrra la only Una "HUOXin yl lNlNK- It haa aianalur of K. W. UKCiVE on boi. Moii.hT IViek! Von nut u-a whore; Inn ou tlon'l know wlial. TIh Maai'hiiM-lia War f.ame. ('uplaln 4'arpooxer (alio knoaa l.re the enemy la) You recon nolirid tkiat nine and you aacenHin rd nolhtna. Corporal Httankrr No, air. I'apialn rarpooxcr Uul you lliuat huve found aomeihins out' Coiporiil Hwanker Welt, air, I fo.in-l out that llo ra aaan'l a aalouli fif r'x I.. ilia erounU; r? O 3 TT) V o Juditr liaynolda thla mornum colt- llnurd a temporary Injunction, uraiil ed on Kebrunry 1 2th. in Ihr divorcft pioirvdlnx of Axnea l.und n. Andrew I.und. in which Ihr plaintiff ace a divorce on the tioulld of alleaed lion ; aupporl. When the auit waa tiled laat week the court iaaurd a temporary in- j Junction riatr.unlliK Ihr defendant i rum drawing hla pay check ua a loi ! drearer for thr Kanla Kr railroad, or; trom nrawlna: hie balance In the Kltat , HamiHa Hank and TruM company, or therwiav diHpoalnn of hla property. Thr court today moditled thr injunc tion na to thr paycheck, tiut continued ' It aa rcxarda the defendnlit'a hunk mlaiicr and properly, until the hear HiK on Ihr divorce, after ullowmn the pl.i lot iff t'i'i ault money ' In hi r complulnt Mra. I.und alli-Ki " l hut he and her huaband were mar-' tied lircrmber 3. 17. There ur inn children, a d.itiKhter '.'J ami a ami aaed 19. The dauKhter la now mar ried. I'ntil live year atto they lived on a email farm nciir Itrulnard. J'lnn.,' Ihr defenikmt doina ruliroad a!ip work, and runnina the farm with tne Pl.iltitifra help. Mra. I.und alleitea that while on Ihe farm ahe bouuhl her clothea with thr procerda of bul ler and eaxa wlilch ahe aold from tin' farm, but that alncr cumins; to Albu iUeri,ir the defendant haa rcfuaed to buy her clothea. and haa repeatedly lold her to j' out and work for the money with which lo buy them, I'ltlnir a pec I It i ilatca when ahr waa ao order ed by her huahund and when ahe mI b sea, ahr waa forcrd lo leave her home und go to work Hlie chill nea that allhoUah hi" iay check haa hern aa hiKh aa HUH a month, the defendant haa hoiiKM tier but one lint und one pair of alloc In five yenra, and that the laat time ahr left home waa on October SO. Ill In cauar he w ould not buy her a coat for winter wear. She ullcuea that on our occaalon hr rained a cluilr to alrikr hrr. but waa prevented from dointr ao by thr dauuhter. ' The defendant haa filed an ulnilavlt in which hr deiiiea entirely Ihe plum-j lift a iilli'Kiitlolia aa to .ill but the date of their marriage, the children born, to them und thr thn-al to atrlke le i j with th chair. The chair incident ia ' admitted, hut thr defendant tdatca that the quarrel waa more between Ihe mother and daiiKhtcr. and that ulirn he raiactt the chair to alrlke hla wife, hla daughter aald to him. "hit hrr!" which c.xprcaalnn cooled lua mixer and cnuaed him to put the tin i r dow n. He denii thai lir h.ia , rcfuaed In buy clothea for hla family and Koca 11,1,1 detail to prove thai be uaed every rfTort to and did aupiily proper aupport, and iharuce that th' I plaintifT f reiiuetilly uuarrcled with him and left Ilia home on varloua oc- caalona of her own uccord. An appeal waa tiled In dial rut court today from Justice of the IV.icc I'raig'a court In the c.-r if the t'on aumera' Coal. Coke ami Minimi com pany HHaluat Mcl-del Kllber. In which thr Juallcr court aavr Judameiit for Ihr plaintiff in the aum of II"". Inaib rio Cii-abajal tiled u' asaiiit Juan llaca Making a permanent Ill Junction to rratraln llaca from rux Ins cattle on I" ucrea nf land in I'.i i tiiiliilo county, helcngina' l Cura iaj.il. and aariiiiR f.'uti damaaea for lorn of itraaa alleaed to havr liecll uiiaed by the dcleitdiiiit a cattle, In the ca of Charlea P. Jonea va Hamilton Itoaa How Una", thr court grunted an order approving a motion j that the icrnplaint be more definitely made, aa regard the form of the ut leged contract. W. Moore Clayton filed gttlt ii la Inat A. P. Hlmma lo rolled for ITiOII allrgrd to hr paat dur. Judge Itaynolda returned laat liluht from Kama Ke where he hua been holding court for Judar Ahli.nl f..r arvertil daya. The ahertff'a ottlce today acnt d'-p. utiea to the mountain prr iti' la to arrve aummona on men In that arc Hon of ihe county who hue been call, ed for Jury duty at the March term of court. It la ripened that thr Jury aervlce will have been completed by Ka turd ay. Heres your opportunity to save on the worth while kind of Clothes for Children For the boys, for the girls, for the babies every article in our big Juvenile Department on the sec ond floor has been marked 'way down for quick clearance. A FEW OF THE GOOD THINGS Boys' Suits, regular price $7.50. Clearance Spec'l.$3.49 Boys' Suits, regular $10.00. Clearance Special $6.95 Boys' Suits, regular $12.50. Clearance Special. . . .$8.95 Boys' Pants, regular $1.25 and $1.50. Clearance Special 99c Boys' Pants, regular $1.00. Clearance Special. .. . 79s Boys' Pants, regular 75c. Clearance Special 49c Boys' Sweaters, regular $1.50. Clearance Special.. 98c Boys' Sweaters, regular 5 2.25. Clearance Special. $1.49 Boys' Hats, regular 75c. Clearance Special 49c Boys' Hats, regular $1.50. Clearance Special 99c Boys' Hats, regular $2.25. Clearance Special $1.49 ct:.,::.::11.., - .,zzzzz . Clearance Special $2.39 Clearance Special. . . .$1.95 Clearance Spscial .... $3.95 Clearance Special. . . .$4.95 Clearance Special. .'.$6.95 Clearance Special. . .$8.95 Girls' Sweaters, regular $1.50 and $1.75, Clear ance SpecirJ 89c Aviation Caps, regular 75c. Clearance Special. . . . 49c Aviation Caps, regular 50c. Clearance Special. . . . 29c Wool Hoods, regular 50c. Clearance Special 19o Girls' Aprons, regular 65c. Clearance Special 39c Boys' Hats, regular $3.50, Girls' Coats, regular $3.50. Girls' Coats, regular $6.50. Girls' Coats, regular $8.50. Girls' Coats, regular $10.00. Girls' Coats, regular $12 50. KMkWki fete) r Heir's - The Production of Radiant, Uranium and Vanadium Year 1913 4r44O4K04fr044l4Hi- Little Benny s Notebook in ll lw I'aiH1. Probably no other iiiuiei.il ia mined which haa an large a hold on public attention and ut the aaiuc time hue ao ainall a total monetary vulue ua thr li l a n I inn inincrula. 'I'll in iuieieat ia, uf i on me, due not to the minrrula ua audi, nor to the uruuium they contain, bin to thr uerompunyinK ladiuiii. which ia found only with ura nium, lliilorlo the intercut in ra dio in. thoUKh lively, hua been lurael) academic, on uccount of the luurvrl- i oua ijuulitica whuh it ilixpliija when computed with better-known ele ineiita. Toward thr end of mil, how ever, public uitclcai becumo ulllioat feveiiah. owing t the apparent cure of cancer wrought by I lie application Haiiiiuu ruya given oil by ru- WomliT l'rc; but Wifk! You may gucaa you tlon'4 know what. YVond.-r Week! Vow may sura where; hut you don't know whul. THE FOLLY OF WAR DISCUSSED IN ADDRESS (4y lanaed U-e Cn.1n llrrald 1 Wuahington. Krh. I Kconomlc folly of war waa diacuaerd In an ud drraa here today by Norman Angell, of Knglund. Iiefore the Inter-parllH-meiitary group Ii. eongrraa of Ihe world's pmre eongrraa. Mr. Angell drclarrd that arma n.ent puri liaara by Knropran g"v rrnmenla were dlrrclly repontlile for aomr of I tie Induatrlal unreal In Ameilca. that the Mororru diaturh nncea ralaed bank rulra tn Clrrmany mid Ihrealer.ed a flnanciul criala itieia; that dlaiurtianre of the world'a (.race lit any point wax likely to err i le reaction In bank Tea and that Ainrrlcan tniauieaa would feel Die f -fr, t of Kuroprun war! w ithin a sin gle dav. lir declared that al war pre Iplliited money irlaea II would lie f div tn adopt any hut a world peace police. Womlir where; lull Un-li! Von may ixna don'l know what. ot the ilium. Cranium nniiciula were produced in j commercial iualitlly in the Culled Malea In I'JIJ, ua allow n by prelim inary atallatlca gathered by Kl.ink 1. lleaa. of the I titled Hlatca geological eutvev. only in Colorado and I'tuli, 'und ulihough during the lear aoma Pitchblende waa milled in Colorado today j n the llclcher Calhoun mlnea, only i note u fen pounda were aold, thoutth &H dry lona of low grade miicnul lurry ing l.4l per irnt uranli.ii oxide tl'JOM waa atiipprd to Kiuuce from Ihr Kirk nunc. Thla hud been nulled In u previoua year. Carnolitc, a yel low powdery or wuxy mineral found tn Ihe sandstones of thr hmh plateau between the It.Kky muuiilulna of Col olado and the fan Hutucl Kwt-ll ol I l.i h. aouth i,r ttje Hook Clifta. tui niahrd Hie whole production. Carnotltc, ua the word ia ordinarily uaed, la u poiaah or lime uruniuitl inundate. Scirrul vunudium miner nla in cur wiiii the rarnuilie, ao that in miniiiK for urunlum u greut deal of vanaitium la alio obtained. Al Newiniie, fan Miguel county. Colo lado, our i, me vanadium minrrula, roacoeliie. oicura plan iially free Irom uruuium and la worked for va nadium i.l, to . Nearly fMl l'it Vnl lmfi-ar In I'ni. iiluni and lUiilnm 4miIhii. Th,. total mlim ahlluiieiita of ura nium and vanadium, aa allow n by pre llinliiury figiuea, were ritual to i.HU tuna ol dry ore, tarrying an equiva lent of 3 loin, of uranium oknle. 1 lie lanaditim in carnitine orea atilpped, I "a el her with that which ia eallmuted to hale been produced from th.N.'W tinre dislrn I, waa eiuivalent to 14 lona ot Vaiiadmm oalde Three iuuli t it Ira are eiiu.il o about HZ lona of metallic uranium and 412 lona of me tallic vanadium. 'I lie bureau of mince haa deter mined lli.it cumoilte carrlea iibout u tier cent or ew n a little more of the thcoiriii nt i uu in 1 1 of rudiiiiu In e'l'il librium with tiruniuin, whuh. accord ing to Hullo rford C'ltadioai'live lu' atamea and their lladiutinna," p. Iiii. ia i iii.il in ul'Otit I gt iin In 3.1111'' kiingiuiiia of urumum. AMuming that VII per cent of Ihe radium la recov erable. Una would givr In the output of 111 an equivalent of about K it grama of inMalllc radium, or l 4U grama of hdrua radium bromide, worth, ut $ I J a milligram of un ial-, tic radium, about 1 1 .u;5,tiu).. Thu total uvlue of the carnotite orea aold wna uboul IM.'.tHMl. which retneaenla tile uranium value only, aa lillle waa paid tor the vanadium content und the ltd u tea lor there rcccpia are not yet in hand. Ihe production of the year w.ia the largi-at ever uiudc, uccordiriu tn the geoloiiiiitl eurvey tUurca. that for IlilJ being c.. hub n! to abort lona of uia u i ii oxide l.'J tona of the met al), und thut for mil bin. eiuivii Irnt to 25 tona of i r.iiiiuiu ox d- i:l .' tolia of the metal I ail Increuae of iftrly 5 per cent for l13. Itrgt' l'nMrlloii of lludlum lim KvMirted. of the iiuuntiiy produced, iiipir- .....ili.l.ilntf the .iiiiIvh I...1I ..f ttll grama uf hydroua radium biumliic, waa abipped to Kurope, an ll 71 tona, criiitalnlng Ihn rquii aleni ol 1 I 111111) of hydroua radium bromide, waa rein i ned In ihia nountry, iilibough In tonnage tha qiiuiitity relumed tic thla country, 1,1 its lona. waa lurgrr than that ahlpped lo Kurope, which waa apparently ill.' tona. line of the principal producer for foreign trude did little work for more than half the jeue, owing. It la reported, In th tai l thnl It factory in l.lvctpoor had not been eomph'ted. Had I be f .u lory come Into operation aooner the X porta would have been considerably larger. A prominent feature of uranium and vuliadhlin production during the eur wua Ihr change in nirthod uf paymrnl by American buy era. who no longer paid for the .anudiuin content in Iho ore hut bought ll on the buaia of the uranium oxide content alone, though they received payment for the vanadium abroud. However, the min er received more or leaa cum pc liga tion In u higher price for the uranium oxide he aold. Pncea varied greatly and relume lo the auriey eh" tliat prli a per pouiid for conliilned uru uium oxide ranged from II for ore lurrying 11 pi r cent uranium oxide lo 14. AM for one lot carrying 115 per cent uranium oxide and 4 k2 per vent vanadium oxide. Th demand for carnotite at In creaalng ptl, ra canard a large amount of proBpei ting and the curiioiitv brurlng area waa ahow lo exlend frmo the 1'aradoX country weelward into Ihe lry Valley region of I'tuli, Ivlng between Moniiceliu and Ihe l- Kul mountaliia. Karther weat and aoiilh drpoalta of caiiiotlte were found on Crraceiit and Trachylo creeka. In the Henry mountaiua. and alau south wtat of Ihe mountains. l'op and tne waa riding ho in in a trolly kur yeslldday and we auw :i l.idy awn thr uthlr aide of the kar trying to opln the wiiidu, beeing a prltty ludy with Istlil red ahoog and u big red hat. Nevvir lit li be ard thut Willyuin I'otta atoml Idly by and peruiilfid a tare luily lo atruggll ntlh ml maolllit witnlo iinaahigtld red pop And he w ept ov Ir and llpted hi hut. aaylng May I help you, maduiii. It atlcka. ai d Ihe lady. I are It dug. ad pop. prrhnps II nroda u m.ma toulch, allow me. And hr put both hamla awn the thing you put the wind. i up by. and pulled, hut the hardir hr pulled, the moar the wlndo elayed down. It stick, acd Ihe lady. Yea. aed pop. but I think I can ma n blue It. And he pulled ao hard hla f.ur got uwl red and hla hat calm down ovlr hla t yre, hut Ihn moar he pulled the inoiir nulhlng happlned. May lie If vuu wlsaeled to It It mite do aum good, aed a fat man with a red neck t..e Hitting awn wun aid of Ihe lady. I'our hot waltlr In the krai ka.thal mite help sum, aed a aklnnle man with a green neck lyo sitting awn tha ulhtr side or the lady. It sticks, rad the lady, Jeat then pop pulled Ho hard hla el bo hit the lint ye hat, nocking It ovlr w un rer. Th Iderr, aed the lady, putting tier hut awn alrate agen. I beg yure pardin, I'm eur, aed pop, and Jeat then he gave the wlndo anulhlr fearer pull and hit the ladya hat agen. nocking It over the am in rer. Yure doing thla awn perpiaa. aed ihe lady, and tht fat man aed. Maybe If you went rutaiite and put u at la under II, you rood get It up that way. and the aklnnle man aed. A man not to alwaa karry a oil can erround w ith him, that a my oplnyin. Io you aunt this wlndo opln, or dont you, aed pop to the l.tdy Yea. J w ii tit it opln. aed Ihe l.i. hut I dont wunt my hat nocked our my eer swl the lime. Verry well then, aed pop. und h" began to pull thr window ngni. the ladv holding awn to her hut whii hnth hull da. and Jrat then thr ami. dtickloir caint up and aed. Waia th Irubwhll hrcr. II atlcka. ard thr lady. Mtiin.li aide, ai d thr kondui ktor i,. po, and hr put out wun haiul ool opined the wlndo eery aa rinlliiti Hhn ha ha, ard the fat ni.iu an t . b" akintiy man both logetlnr. K.mii tiody rood opin It ultir I i.i n. In minita looaening It, aed pop. k ii'i aw n. 1 1 n n . And we go nwf mid wuwked lh real of the way Iiihuii, biciii ril blocks Womlor wlM-rr; bill Wrrkt iu may sue you ikin'l know wlial. Woiulor wImit; hoi Wct-k! Vuu may giieax you don'l hmm wlml. MORE JEWELRY FOUND ON KLEPTOMANIAC A ring believed to be fh property of alias Jrnnie Trolt, atnhti some lime ago: a gold locket, a maaalie gold tand ring, gold chain and some oili er Jewelry waa found line iifti rnooit in the poaacaalon of klra. Xlifbiir. ic Jewelry thief who restored ll lot of atutf tn Mra. Luis and other p.ntica when taken In charge by the indue. Chief McMlllin runged the aluil on his deak thla afternoon and it looked llkr a Jeweler's window. Mtaa Troll Was naked lo appear und identify her properly this afternoon uml an at tempt la being made lo locate I to' owner of Ihe real of Ihe bud. The woman I far gone with luhcri uloa'a and Ihe i-uae haa gome pitiful uapei la. Mhe appears to be a kleptniuuniuc. Wimili-r mIhtv; but Wii-kl You iiuiy gui ou don'l know wli il. Wonih-r w lu-rr j ki Meek! u may gue-a you don't know wlial, A Itb li DM. Medicine Man What Is the mat ter with your maJeaiyT Cannibal King i h. I have gn awful India-ration. What hiive you been eaCng?" "I have Joel pollabed off one of thoae rnpper I mat millionaire.' "(linil hravrna? No wonder you re III. I've told you repeatedly lu hewars of an.vthing rich." ORPHEUM THEATER THREE NIGHTS STARTING TUESDAY NIGHT, FEB. 17. MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY. 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