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THE EVENING ITEHALT), ALBUQUERQUE. N. M.. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 30. 1914.
DON'T FAIL TO BEE
WRIGHTS TRADING POST
Tlilr.l street ami (.nlil Atcnur.
One of the show places of the city.
Largest collection of genuine Indian
and Mexican Handicraft.
NAVAJO RUGS AND CURIOS
OPERATORS
REFUSE 10
HMeIiM
Necessities
OiiciK'i K'li'M I' i ' lauii'hlni ii
lull, mill National ' - ,.kii- i pirt til.i-
wlil le li-i-on am (Jaime).
1 1
HUBBY T RED SOON
AFTER NUPTIAL
lEftRJIDEO
Hit. Walton, Married in
March, 1913, Says She Was
Deserted Last June; Probate
Court.
Mr. Jul. ii W.iltnu h i liniiiKlii mot
lur uliMolnto il I vol r fr.ini J. Il Wal
lun, mi the around "f ii li.inliiiniriil.
The i ounle, Miinrii'Mtf lu Hi.- paper.
lild, Krir married hrrr In Niarvu.
I ll I. The iiiNm-d jtM tni.n t'uiK
I 1. 1' : l:i Jiiih' Ihir year.
I ;.. K '. ItUl.llll llim lll'l-ll granted
ilw.ee Iri.m lntir Hui kiln, m IlK'
ground ol denrrttoii.
Cnilmli' fmirt.
In ill'' probate court today, Jtid.e
John Huron Iturg pre-adinc. theilaiin
ol the AllitiiUeriUe iJ.im, Kin Irlc
liKlit A I'lmiT compi.r.y lor I9U un
der tin iiIIi kimI lull HM.iliiMt the "
ilii-inliiif rml" wa. Himii'il h.'kI
Iuki'Ii under adi Lenient.
In the in ii 1 1 rr nf the lm Iiorun
1'Hnif a iiiiiMmii l'i piiik on i a ilium
of I'l. Iiln M ('In aillii-r In. in the
IiIi'h .ib denied mill a blaring m
H I fur Now-in .rr 2.
l-'in.il report i.r W. I". linger., rx
eiulor nf Ihn Html will ami leeta
IH nt nf I ,lm. i In t.i l.ill, ilii i-.iwil. h.m
ti I I r v I h i. I Urn i i-i uinr ih. Imri.'1'.l.
.-.lll.l. il M'lllllKH ' III 111" II 1 11 1 1 t of
Adolfo 'Hero, administrator nf Muti
ui'l H. i iii-ro'r fi :ii f.
W. i". Thuxion tiled llnul report
itdmirilnlratnr of llie ilaie. i.r J. I..
Katon. mid hearing Wa. net (or No
vember li.
final report of l-tturriice 1.. lee a.
uiImiIiiIkI r.iior of the elate of H. '
iroliortK'ni wti. unproved nml the d
niiniKiriii'ir wu. Uim barged.
John lann wa. Appointed ndmin
Inlliilor of tlli iHttilr of I hi' lull- Jullll
Ii. Ili'lnl. and In. ii. I fixed Bt I.Mio.
Kmiil repntt of Kuthcrliie N. M'--
Iniie an ixii'iitriK of l hi' entitle of
J I'. M. Unite viiin apprnvrd mid thu
rxceutri wu dim h,u kv-.I
Hearing' "ii 4t,. Iln-in Itoil nf the
fterulur rf till" Jiimi'H 1 1 Cniilinr m-Tiit"-
a uIBTukI V rK'tiiVr "
In Mir i-xtul.it th.il ll H.liiriiw the
ih..i.ih of thin flu I f Ik In li. olil
of tliv liiofil (olnii'l llliil tniiM'Hi'lvO
i.-t ..iin iii. in. . II. K. 1 wlii hi'll.
h i rr ii. ii n of tin- IiipiiiiI of ao irnot ,
ii mi' tu I hi i ii toil. iv to i no for vi It it
Mr Korlili'i ri'imi illim Hie oir lm
I.I., y.
i H hi r )iu hllnll'lltll air i x.f1irl
fiom I hi- IMih.iImI hln it ii tot Ili"l
Hlir ilinlinti. Thiixv ri'ii'lti'il In
ila ihrlii'lt' hhouliiKn from the Itnr
In inowiiliilni, TyroiH, fundi liilu.
nml I In' am no. H.i mine lo ur I.orilx'
ln i tr.
1'ri'Kiili'ni FiipIIi" A. Joni-n, of lliu
Nrw MfMi o III. o I of .Mlllf". Vill'l
iiiuilr tii mi x ri I Int nf ore fur tha
Nt. I.ouia IX onitliiti, no. I Mi in T.
I link, of I hi- lioitnl of Riivct nnm, iir
iliyot ma thi'ir ntiinli.'ii to ill.- S;m
Imiiiii -vtill.lt. Thr rnliri' ruhltnl will
I't It '' tu lt.l In IhtN rtlv.
SAGE TEA PUTS LIFE
1110 COLDfl III 111
iHnii stay I. raj! It ItarkriM Kit 'nl
niNlly Thai olNnly ( tin Ti ll.
El THE
STRIKE
Head of Coloredo
Iron Definitely
Rejection of
Plan for Peace.
Fuel and
Announces
President's
IT TO
WE
I m
tu nilllHWtJ
ALLEGES CONDITIONS
UNFAIR TO MINE OWNERS
T"u run turn ara. ru.nl hiilr
hi'uul if ully Ink nml limttoua iilipiml
over nlBht If ynu'll m-l a 6v-rnl
I. ..I ili of "Wyi'th'a Muni' i.nil Sulphur
Hair Ui'in.ily" ut any i)ni nt'irr.
MillioiiK of l.i.tt W-j. nf thin old, liunoii
."iiko Ti n Hoi ln- ore mild annually.
My a woll known ilriiKKlM hrro, hi'
I'HiiHf It ilnrkrnii tin' hmr no noturnl
ly Mini rvi'tily thnl tm our tan I ill It
hiiii turn u i 1 1 1 It'll .
Thorn' k linai. Iiuir In lurnlnn RifsV.
ii-i oinliiR fuili'il. dry, -iiKKly and
thin. Iivf u n il p rir-r nwnltliiK thi-in,
hiMiiuir nfti-r nn or Iwn uiilirntlohH
thr Kmy h iir iinlahi-R nml your lorka
hi'i'otiif I i k ii iHiitly dark l. ml liruiltl
r il I ii 1 1 dandruff ifm-M. nip Hi hliiK
and fnlllnK hair nlopn.
Thin l lh- Hkr of yon I h. lirny
hnlri'it, un.i(trH'tivt folKn mint
wiintod around ; in. Kit hiuy ltl
Wyoth'a H:ii( and Hulphur tonlaMt
ami ynu'll I.r ilrlluhli'd llh your
dark, hniiiUmnc hnlr und your youth
ful pit mim r Mhm a frw duya.
MORE
T
!J I Oil OE
OE
S
BRIV
E HERE
First Shipment of Display to
Be Made at San Diego Ex
position; Big Additions Ex
pected. Mnrr- ihMn a ton of orr !
iriinl lodiiv l.v A. K. Korhli '. Jr.,
puiilii II v dlrrilnr of tin Nrw M.-knnj
hoard of Kir. i iimm of thr Htn lfH
fun. for Ihr Nrw MlMi o lllllirraloK'
ii'.. I rxhllill at thr hlk i xpi.lton. Thi
idi '. ii. i rt. I hi- lli m i f ai'iir.il In hr
rr. eh rll, ill llliU'll cold, liml. kilyrr,
lopl'i-r, mm' nnd hriiii'tir unit.
Thr hh.it iii of .Ni'v Mi'Mrti nri-a
WAR j
(OtiUnued frura rajc one.)
Triiraih voinpniiy trorln that it
nirfKUK). rririvril at Itnnir from Hurh
rrint njiya that K illK 'h.ll li-ii h.in num.
inoiird I hi' luhuii't In mirrliil n.'KBli.n
tomorrow to drildc thr uttitude ut
liuiiianiii toKurd thr Mar.
.i:m:iii. i k.htim. ki t
MIIIHM. lil t 'IMVK
llrrlin, Srpt. 3u, via, lni.l.in. lN'pt.
3i) 1 11:11 a. m. A report hivimi out
ul army hr.i'l.U,irtrr today Hityr:
"Tin re haa hren Rrliri al IlKhtinic on
our rlHht Winn In Kritmr. hut imthlnK
ilrilhr. T.ia rrntrr In iiilt. Th
Krrnih uil.rtinr In thr viriuuy of
Vrrdun and Tnl huv ln-i-n ri n wi'd."
iu:i'K.r r TIIK AI NTIIIW
IIIMY Mitt KIMI'LITi:
I. ..nil.. n, Sipi. an ti ii p. in ) in
a diKpiiti h Irom Itoinr,
Npoiuli nt of Ihr I'nntrul
thi' Kiim-I.ill anihatwailor
that an Aunt ruin briny,
fore thr Uuxruinn, him
roundrd Hour lioiikln and that Ha Uio 1
f.-.it la t'oiiiplrtr. All Iho food, am
liiiinltlnii and war muirrlul whuh
Man t.iinit i-onvryid hack to Anuria
haa tiillin lulu lliiaiiiuii himla. Thu
i.tpluirif Inrliidit ton mil t.iry autn-.
tn 1 1 .1 I.-m. j
thr toirc
N'tM annoiinira
fill nig lw
hri n am -
President Wilson, Insisting on
a Settlement, Indicates Fed
eral Trcaps Can No Longer
Be Employed in Strike Zone.
INrnvrr, t'ul.. Hrpt. S". J. K. Hi I
horn, irridriit of Ihr foloriidn Kind
nnd Iron loinpany, upon hln rilurn
from a ronlrrriirn wllh ITrildrnt Wil
nin rrtardluil the prnpoiird trine in
the t'olorado nml nil irrn ntrlkr, l
mic'd a atntrnirnt today In whh h hr
ri'ltrratrd thai thr propoiial vonliiln
rd t'onditliiiia whliri the totiipuny
i-oulil not iK'ii'pt.
Mr. Wrlhorn'a uliili-mrnt follnwx:
"Tlir ptcitldcnl rf -'lrd me vrr
rnurtroUFily and rniiTitfvatC'd nn inti'i
rut In what I had tu any ahout th
rlrikp, well an m nrral I'liiulllloii.i
connritrd wllh th(. nml IndiiKtry In
i N.li.rail.i. lie aald that much I told
hlin wi nrw, and he offered no crii
U'lMn on our rondin t of thr plrike. yrt
alatril that at thla time ho prelerrrd
to i-onHiiIrr the priioBa prenrntrd ')
him raihrr llian any tlnnii 1'iat Ihe
loal upiratora inlklil have to niter.
"There are many Innu pern hie con
dition in the trure proposal whirh a
I enl In fair-minded men when made
Hear. The requirement thai l.ie iP
i nitora r?- employ "ull ntrlkitix min
ers who have not. hern found gulliy
nf violation of the law" when tu do i
ould make neieaaary the 1Ihi hnre
of aome faithful t.npioyea. would In
volve idai inn at work alotiKnlde of
thou, who have In en loyal and pear,
al-y '.iiliiii'd, otheia whn have ro
l e.iteiil;- th'eal, ni d nnd almned them.
At pri t iivi '! tveiy ramp our nn
nluvea are i.iolenllna In I.HBr riuin-
hora ati iiuet he. r-cmplo meni of
mrlkrrn e" pt Htieh k are known ii-H
to have partirtimiril i ahUNC or vlo-li-tn
e. The freiiirni y and hura ter
i: thexo priitmt. ronint'c ua that
II. i hi reptuiue nnd arryinc out of the
liroporal In Rood faith would initio
more men to leave our arrvhe than
c.iuld he eniplnyed from hiihuim thonel
nn atrlke. and the reault then-fore
would he a reduction rather than n .
I'n'. i. mo In coal ou'put."
M:xTnt TIIOVI S KVi
on it ATtnts i;i:itsi:
WaxhliiKlon. Hrpt. 30. Senator
Thomax, whn Iiiim Just returned from
ronlrrini'1'H with t'olotadn oprralom
and atrikuiR inlnrrti. lold Trfl-irnt
WiImiii t 'day he believed the plan ol
aittli-mrnt, ali.ady nrieplid hy Ihr
nmirra hut rejorted In part hy the
uprratora would have to ne in ifrlnlly
I oidillrd iM'fore Ihe latter would
oi-roe in It. The iirenldent dnea not
I- Ii ml to keep federal troopa In the
Color. do tiillin Indi'litiHely and i
pri-hhiiiK for npeedy udjuliin nt.
Arc you ready to receive your OUT-OF-TOWN Guests?
How about your Draperies, Rugs, Dishes, Kitchenware, etc.?
We are quoting some interesting prices on. Household Necessi
ties and it will pay you to investigate them. We carry a
complete line on the third floor, and it will prove a pleasing
revelation to you.
DURING FAIR WEEK and also at all times bring your
friends to our store and make use of our rest rooms on 2nd floor.
You are cordially invited to use any. of our accommodations.
8
ROSENWALD'S
"WHERE. QUALITY MEETS PRICE"
MURDERER ESCAPES
FROM ft STATE
BACK
FROM 5,
mim ru iiM
PHOTOGRAPHER
ll" Si.lllll NeilMKl.
I'ni trait "rk of VI Hindi
inaKiir IViMilm;.
III:M.1Ws 111-II HIT Sllf l.l K '
IIIIC.-IINti IN IIOM'IIAI
London, Srpl. 30 (J:I3 i, in) In
n diMpati It from Antwrip tha ioi re
ap.. nilinl of Itrulrr a Teleiirum rotn-j
p.uiy aaya lo'jr wounded men nml
two women were killed hy it hell '
whuh piened the roof of a honpltal
nt l.lerre rftrrday UiiI'Iiir the Her
man riomlimiliiteiit. The ward In,
whit h the wounded men lay wum
nilllpll-lrlv wri t kid. I
MILEftUTOMOBILE
JOURNEY
Mil '1 'I li X VVfci - -.-f
.l IIM K l l.l..i; UI'.s'MM 4UO
or llirs'H l, IIY
I.onilon, S..pt. 3ii it 3 p.
The correxpfindi-iit of lli iltri
main rompuiiy ut A m-tvl iluin
We hav: a nice line of Heating
Stoves, Oil Stoves and Wood
Stoves. Prices, the best in ths
city. Now ij the time to buy.
Call and look them over.
Strong Bros.
ND AND COPPER
i iti:.M li
in i
Telo
H.l VM
that ii iliHpat. h ha. I.rrit teieived
llii'ic from I'arlin .iniinp the er
miin Krnir.il atatt unnoiin 'ra Hint the
aiiniioii Renrrnl nf the army h.m enl
thv follow iiik ti lt Kr.ini tu Kinpi ror
William:
"A Ira ilaya ago a military lmpl
I il ut i in hi". I r lam e I wan m tin k.-tl
hy frnnr-tu i ur llrrKul'r hari-
hoot.'ti. l.
"An expedition urn I out to iirehle
on September HI, coinpomd nf on
ti.ili.ilii.il of the Iniolwehr, enrotin
terrd n superior hoaule fr.ren. The
'iermani were obliaed to retreat, tm
111 m ad and '' wounded. The
' next day liavarlmi troop, were aent
nn out i. .in. u nn ,-ni. my at ot' hira.
The liihul.Haut. had Hid the town.
Willi h Int. now been ilextrn.ed hy th
'leiniana."
Ill II lilOOH ( II I. Ill M
I'M II. I. At llIOltllOV
WiiKhlimton. rVpi. So Rear Ad
miral Ward, roniinmidiiia (he Amerl
an ItoMpttal rhi lli-d I 't iwn, repotted
today he w ould Imi h I'.iulll.ii' I ir-looi-r
I mid Itoiirrd un (iiIoImt C
' !r Kdward W. Ilyiin. durilor of
the lied ir. hoepital unit aen( nn
m I'.l.rk l.lp September ! tn Nieh,
Servla, haa leportrd hy ruble fn.ni
I'uli rmo that i. will rem h I'leruiie.
J. C. Peterson, Salesman for
Quickel Company, and Wife
Make Long Journey to See
Big Motor Factories.
J. I'. I'elerwiii, iutnut.nit aulenman
for the Juli krl Auto iitid Supply
ri.nipiill, riturned homr Iiihi nlKhi
from an automobile tour of i.'l"
milea on wlih h he viartud I nun Al
huoiii mile AiiKUnl l.'th. Mr. I'l ler-
on waa a.f -oltlpmili-d Li hia Wile mid
thry made th trip in a ll I Ki r I
tar, with an upkerp expen. e ol a t"
ael of tlteii and 11.21 for phrla. Thr
ear. who h hud a apei lalty hullt body
for the trip. wa. deroraled with alate
fair pennant. whirl! l . I'l-trrwoii
a.ild i.ttraitril a'tention everywhere
he' went.
Mr IVirrmn wetil.euxt iiiperliilb
In vl.lt the Kurd faitory l Ifc'trnit
and to are h'.w n uunuooi.ilv a inlii
tile I I'.one. He vn.ited all of Ihe luu
motor iiianu'aiturlrR plant. f Mnh.
llian briil the other lake atale.. vimI.-.I
three week, with rrliitlv. In In. II
ana. and rrturnrd home l.i St
Ij.iiik. Kan. hi Illy and AiuhiiIIo
Ti ae. without a ml.hap inoie . il
oii. tl.au a blow-out. Kun iiunme
of Ihe b.liua mild Journey, he k-i ul.
I'toved etijoyal.le.
I iclohe-
I.I I1M W t.l I utr. SI Is
.I.OST IN IIWII i (. l
l-nniloli. pt. S (.". '. p. ni ) A
feudal New. iIikU.Ii h from Ant
wera aava: The ilernmn. ami in hoin
h'lrdrd Ab.pi nml Ihn ..wn afire
Kin. e fiithtlntr I. riik'iiit nt varloii.
1".iiIh klt.OK ihe h"ltr line.
GAMP
ii
.ii
Harry Eaton Faces 40 Ttea.
Imprisonment If Recap
tured; $50 Reward Offered
for His Taking.
Harry Kuton. a onvi'led murderer
m-ntenred tn nine from twenty to
forty year., ut al larRe. He eieaiied
from the atate road ramp near San
Mur.llil yeaterdny. Word of the
e.i'Hpe waa aent It the loin I polli'o.
toRither with an offer of full rowurd
tor hi. lupture.
Hat on waa arnlrnred from Orunt
rounty hi.t et.,l.er. Ho I. 2 yer.
old, welah. lur. pound., ih five feet
eleven liu he. tall, hn. dmk hair nnd
gruy eye. Althoiiuh tho imtire doe.
not any mi, a. a murderer (m Iiik forty
earH Impriaoniu' nl If rn'nplured. he
wilt probably piovv a bad man to
handle If run down.
KMt DIAMOND
COAL
((iallup)
(j
Aztec Fuel Co.
T he t'h-ancut I'imiI tin
the Market.
Ti:iVllONK SSI.
M ix: nm vtn isski.i'
WliU'll I Ili-tlii Try n KtiM-rlnienl
or I'nmt by IIiuimtiU (Itld'u'a
l.ix-ritiKv.
somrthlnR new I. an experiment.
Must be pn.Mil tu bo u rc;irei-f.l-e.l.
'iho atulemi ul of .1 manufai.i'jre.' I.
n i roiivini'itiii proof if merit.
I'ut tho eiiiloi .eiiiuit of Irlerd i ...
Now u..i'Min you had a In. I tun k,
la nn-, wrak. or arhlng one,
Would nu expi'Viinent on It."
You will itud nf many J-"allot!
cure..
Kiidoinrd by atrangora from far
away pl.lri..
It . d:n.-tciu when the enilom. mint
loon n from hmne.
K.iry In prme lornl teat'. mony.
, It. ,i.l thl. Alhuiuerque ra.e:
J. .M. Vnkrey, Hunilier, 10(i N.
Kh'ieiiih Kt., Albuiiieriue, any.: "J
don t hmltatn to n i unimrnd Iioun'.
Kidnry fill.. I am euro that thi y ms
I koo'I niedhlno for liui'knlir und
kutiiry trouble. In my vuo thry
to mm lit Immrdi.ile relief from hai k
M' he. I know or another ca.e where
1 1. .an'. Kidney Tllla wr.re uim-.I for
pain in the ba k, i a u.ed by weak kid
in y. Sin h po.iliv. b. ni-MI win h .i
that it prove, their worth bryonu
iUr.liolt."
Mr. Vli-krey 1. only one of many
AlhuiUi nine peoplo who have n.it
fuily endoroi d Ion'a Kidnry I'lMs.
II your bark a1 hr If your kulneva
hoi her yon, don't .Imply auk for kid
nry remi'rtv ...k ilMini ily ir Ihwn'.
kiiliH') rilla, tn. .nm,, that Mr. Vn k
r y had the remedy bat ked by home
te.timony. fUr'n!t .tore. Ko.ler.
Milbtirn t'o., I'rnp. , HufTaln, N", V.
"When Your P.ii'k 1. Inline ltrmim
her the Ntune."
BEOLIGHT LID GOES
Oil WITH ft SUM
Chief McMillin Prepares to
Enforce the Anti-Vice Law
Recently Passed to the Let
ter. GIRLS ORDERED TO
LEAVE ALBUQUERQUE
Today mark, the tnd of protected
vne in tin. i:. The ordinance pa
ed by city ounil uK-mint the rrU
liaht dint t u t viir. Into rlfect tomor
row. liumeUatf ly after the p..iie of the
oi-ilinmii'e t'lnrt of I'olii e Thomn. Mr.
Millin aerved emphrttlc riot lie on tne
keeper, of the reorta and the women
of thu half-world that Ihe traltk' IllUht
I'ea.e on Ortobrr 1, and hi. plan, are
all made to .re Hint the ordniaiu'o,
up In I and letter, la tarried out.
Thevr are about 20 of the erarit
Mhilerhond In (he ilty at thla time. In
Ihe l.iuli-ili.ln Ul.lrirt there lire two
oiMdi' tho ,bou-u ol i'.lty, they
will run iniu what I. wild In be Ihe
miwt drastic and awoopinK aiiti-vd-e
ordinanro It la powWc to enlorce mi
ll r the conatltution of thL. I'li.ted
Slate.. Here II in:
Si i lion 1. Il e li.i 1 1 he unlawful
wllhln the limn, of Ihe illy of Alutl
itueru.ue, .New .Mi-xl- o, for any woma t
In pumue or adu-rtl.e in any manner
her v oiatlon n. a proatilutp or lo lie
Kullty nf prostitution.
Hee. 2. Il .hull be unlawful within
the limit, of the rily of Aliiiiiirr..ie,
New Mexii'o, for am permit! to keep
a hawiiy holme, ilmorderly hoii.e.
hi. line of ill lame, renortiil tn fur Ihe
pur pi ie of pro.tltution or lewdtie..,
or HHHicti.itl.in hou.e.
See. 3. It Khall hi- unlawful for a n
pernoii wllhln the limit of Hani i-it.,
lu vi.it it frr.ui nt any din h bawdy
liotl-i', disorderly hoilee, hotixe of III
lame or ai-lnan.n in the nlK it time
or at any other time for the lo.ipm.i
of proHlitutlon, or for the purpoite nt
induKIng In any indeir'il piuitiie
therein.
Her. 4. In order lo t-onv)"t any per.
on for Ihr violation of any of the
pro Inioiia nf Ihi. iirdinmu-e, the ihar.
art' r of ttrh houe f plai'e may he
t.t.ilillNhi'd by proof thai the nie l.
mnerally rrputed to be a bawdy
houae, houm of III fame, aif riutlon
hoio-e or pi nee for th. praitlce nf fur
nliatlon. Ki'c. 5.. That any perron vI'datinK
any of the prnvl.ioiiH of thl. iirdinnnce
rhall be deemed nullty of m interne. nor
and k1i.II. upon tomlclutn thereof, tie
fined In a rum not le.a than ten
(I in nm dnlinrit nor more than flty
1 1 h iiii dollar., or hy impri.oiiment
in 'he rnuntv Jail or eity prl.on not
Irxreeiilntt lvl tl day., or by both
in h tine nnd Impri.onment, In tho
di.i return of the murt.
MAN WHO FLOURISHED
KNIFE IS FINED $13
li.lito Killer., who flout M-ird
kmle in a South Sr. i. lid .treet .a loon
v i-Kli-rii.iv aftrrnoon uiilil I ifllrer Kd
1'i.iiHhiie mrlM d and .iii' li hed him.
wn. .etilenied to a fine of II i or IS
day. hy I'olli i- Judge OeoiKu It. I'rala
ihi. moinliia Wltiie..ra ten! 1 1 nil
tha Kellrz made hi. knKe (day with
out pi o in ul ,i.n. He wk drunk, II
wa. irrtlfied, nnd drew hi. knlfr. al
though no one hud paid word lo
him.
Read the Evening Herald's
Want Ads. They get results.
Gold Medial Flour
EceniuallyW hy Not Now?
THE JAFFA GROCERY CO.
C V r l n c w r a r r ki r e
m
a
liou.ii a of Ill-fame end about I of
what In illinium imrlaiice are ti'tiiird
criti." ate occupied.
All the atria of the redilKht huv
been ordered out of town. Tho pro
prietor, of the two hou.ee minot be
driven out, iieeau.e they own t.
i'loperty In Whlih they 4n. ami ran
Itiuw n leave aa long a. they remain
w ii ti in the luw. All the girl., t'liiif
M'iliillll .aid today. Would li-ulre
town, dhnuld any of them attempt to i
reiieg on I heir proiul-. tn go by to-
morrow. Ihe' will b nrre.led no I
.ight. It 1. ..Id that ull Ihe gut. H
ohm of the two leading renort. have
arrau.ed tu et up headiuurier. In an
tild Alliuiuri'U.. re.oit.
Tomorrow t'hlrf M.Will.n will
make " lio.pectn.ii of Ihe tenderloin
to M-e that tne lid haa been pioprti
tilled.
The thiif utiiiouliiid today that If
lieeenMary he will put a ma:l on dul)
ton.taiitly to .re that the aiitl-vhe
ordinance I. obeyed.
An hn. In en .aid, tne ket per of
Ihe two lo-Kt kn-.ll re.orta ruiiliot tie
b.iulKlied from town a long a. they
t n. i in wlihi i the law. If (hey stray
Now- Open for Business
NEW UP-TO-DATE STOCK OF
Furniture
As well as a complete stock, of Carpets, Rugs, Mattings
Stoves. In fact everything that goes to make up a first
class furniture store. ;
Prices and terms made to suit you. Freight prepaid on
all out of town shipments. Strangers as well as the gen
eral public are invited ta visit my store.
E. C. ROWE, Proprietor
CORNER FOURTH & CENTRAL
Thirty Years Experience in the Furniture Business.
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