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General Merchandise, Dry Goods &. Notions. Fine Wines and Liquors for Family Use. FRESH VEGETABLES ALWAYS ON HAND. Fine Tailoring'. Suits to Order. Some years ago the late Hor ace Mann, the eminent educator, delivered an address ai the open ing of some reformatory institu tion for boys, in which he re marked that if only one boy were saved from ruin it would pay for all the cost and care and la bor ol establishing such an insti tution. After the exercises were .ver, in private conversation a gentleman rallied iMr. Mann up on his statement and said to him: "Did you not color that a little when you said that all that ex pense and labor would be repaid if it only saved one boy?" "Not il(it were my boy," was the sol eitan and convincing reply. Judge Sloan Renders Important Live Stock Decision. Yesterday Judge Sloan decided the certiorari case of James Mor ris vs. Justice of the Peace Knapp of Mayer, in favor of Mr; Morris. The Arizona Live Stock sani tary board seized five yearlings branded with Mr. Morris' brand under the charge that they were stolen property. The case was tried before Justice Knapp, of Mayer, who entered judgement forfeiting the cattle to the Terri tory of Arizona. A writ of cer tiorari was sued out by Mr. Mor ns, with the. result that Judge Sloan annulled and set aside the judgement of the lower court, holding that the justice court ex ceeded its jurisdiction. Ross & O'Sullivan appeared for Mr. Mor ris. Frescott Courier. Present For the President Gregory took it to R. L. Balkeof the Big Curio store and had a special frame made for it. The main body of the frame is of cac tus with mesquite ornamenta tions. It has Iven on exhibition in the windows of the store for several days and has attracted wide attention, Arizona Repub lican. ' What Will the Harvest be Walter Gregory's "When East Meets West." Deputy United States Marshal Walter T. Gregory has prepared for the president a present which he hopes will reach the White House in time for Christmas gift. It is a painting by a well known Los Angeles artist and the title is ''When East Meets West." It represents a conjunction of the uninitiated eastener ;ind a wild est of the wildest bronchos which had special training in the gen tle art of bucking. The gyra tions ot the animal and the exer tions of, the rider to retain his seat are painful to the beholder. Ii.order to carry out'the west ern feature of the picture, Mr. A question being debated in the minds ot many is what the out of the difficulty which seems like ly to arise between the Mexican government and the California Development Company, in which the United States may be a par ty, as a result af the altering of the Colorado's channel through the Mexican intake and as a re sult of the stream's diversion for irrigation purposes in Yuma and San Diego counties. It is generally believed by those well posted that the discussion which is certain to ensue will al most certainly result in a new treaty with reference to the boun dary at this point, and the terms of that treaty may only be con jectured. There is a strong pos sibility, and some think a proba- ! bility, that the thing will end by the. .Mexican government ceeding Lower California to the United States for a consideration. In support of this theory, it is poin ted out that Lower California, the only division of Mexico which has never been admitted to state hood, is so isolated from the seat of government that its resources can never be developed properly, and inasmuch as it is a steady and considerable expense, the Mexican government will not be adverse to letting it go. With Lower California in the United States, its resources of all sorts could be developed rapidly j and it would Soon become a great mining, stock raising and agri cultural section. Its immense expanse of sea coast would be of inestimable value, and the Vol cano Lakes, possessing well known mineral and medicinal qualities would soon become a popular resort. Yuma Sun. A. & B. SCHUSTER, WHOLESALE & RETAIL MERCHANTS 13 CO u b u 3. o C Pure Nevada Sulphur for SheeD-DiD. Store and Hanch Supplies a Specialty . Mail orders receive DromDt attention, Quotations cheerfully olven, ' , Agents for Studebaker Spring . Vehicles and Schuttler Freight Wagons. (D .a o "I; 0. (D i : Stores at Holbrook, Concho & St. Johns. WITH AMPLE MEANS ..... . . . AND UNSURPASED FACILITIES ' ,.. . THE BANK OF COMMERCE OF ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO. EXTENDS TO DEPOSITORS EVERY PROPER ACCOMMODATION AND SOLICITS NEW ACCOUNTS. . . I v CAPITAL. AND SURPLUS Sl25.000.00 DEPOSITS $1,000,000.00 OFFICERS. AND DIRECTORS. SOLOMON LUNA, Prisidin , W. S. STRICKLER, V. P.. and Cashibr. W. J. JOHNSON. ASST. Cashibh WM. MCINTOSH GEO. ARNOT.- J. C. BALDRIDGE A. M. BLACKWELL p. E. 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