El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 30, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 28, 1910 Page: 3 of 8
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sHay, Sept. 28,1910.
FROM THE CITY
'Ii. eresting News Notes from
the Aricultnral College
of New Mexico—So-
cial and Religious
4PLE BOTTLE FREE -To flomon-
®c the value of Peruna in all catarrh-
•ultles' we will send you a sample
absolutely free by mall,
j merit and mtccess of Pertma Is
|rell known to the public that our
are advised to send for sample
MAKES DROUTH PAY
Let His Alfalfa Go to Seed
and Makes Money—
Other News of
[LUNA COUNTY FAIR
Full List of Prizes Awarded
at Deming Fair—Marks-
men Return With
Speetnl to The Thom.
Agricultural College, N. M., Sej>t.
27,—Saturday was picnic day for the
college. Two picnics were organized;
one party going to Van Pattens camp
In the Organ mountains while the
other pleasure seekers traveled down
the river to a Mr. Jones’ ranch near
La Mesa. Both parties left the col-
lege at seven in the morning and
most had returned, reporting u jolly
goo dtlme, by nine at night. Those
going to the mountains were: Misses
Lindsey, X* Mitchell, Wiggins, C.
Buell, Hookland, Mueller, Hager. C.
Mitchell, Gilliam, Day, H. Hoagland,
and Brown; Messrs. A. Poe, W. Poe,
Mitchell, Dr. Mitchell, Howard,
Frenger. It. Quecnsberry, Evans.
Briggs, Fit/. Gerald, and the chape-
Address the pernna Company, j rone, Mrs. Olinger and Mrs. Ibsen,
has, Ohio. Don’t forget to mention I The names of the picnicers that cele-
rcad this generous offer In the brated at Da Mesa were: Misses Muir-
m m'ed oT'o.Kd^H. 1 head. Blattler, Pitts, Mayer. Goebel,
aitment. stating your* ease fully <-’rist' Btainard and Gage; Messrs,
physician in charge will send you Campbell, II. Hail, Kirkpatrick,
free, together with literature con- • Powers, Dong, McCowen, W. Hall,
Ung common sense rules for health, I Deemer, Mayer. Windsor and Hag-
Eh you cannot afford to be without. ; gart.
ARIZONA BOY AND
GIRL TRAVEL FAR
ised the American Con-
sent and the Atlantic,
Toured Scotland and
I to The Times.
ilfton, Arlz.. Sept. 27.—-Both banks
lifton were equipped last week
burglar and hoid t.p a'armi- to
ent business houses on the east
» nnd to the chief deputy sher-
office at the branch county Jail,
e will be a falling over each other
the back doors If that alarm
^^!Uld go off.
HBlge Alien, a rancher of Mule creek.
«ne of the biggest hay rnleers of
the southwest, was in town Saturday
aSHbr delivering 200 head to the Ste-
1'hjMis & 8cha.de ranch at York Ha-
L. Kearney, one of Clifton’s attur-
neys, and the only Republican law-
yer of the new county ol (l,coulee,
was placed on that part/'« prl-
ticket for district attorn -e, has
Tutrd to run, thus lent log the Held
■pen to the Democrats,
s Miss Kittle Davies returned home
_ to Phoenix Sunday morning after a
.Jt pleasant visit with friends and rela-
tives at the Mountain camp of Met-
EH *-• Slesslnger. foreman at the Shan-
non mines, Metcalf, left Sunday morn-
ing for a visit to Mexico, via K1 Paso,
'mpanied by his family, and will
|J)e away about a month.
Jack Holman, who has the contract
to build the county cut-off wagon
road between York station and Coro-
nado. hits about completed the work,
in so far that teams and wagons can
now pass over 1t. This cut-off makes
a saving of over three miles between
Clifton anti York.
Jh. Miss’ Florence Bennie and Master
Willis Bennie, son and daughter of
General Manager D. W. Bennie of (he
Shannon works and mines, returned
from (heir summer’s European tour
Saturday. Miss Florence Is about 17.
'and Master Willis a few years younger
Jind they made the entire trip through
|a»nclan(l, Scotland and Ireland alone,
'plsiting relatives.In Scotland, and also
making u short tour of the continent.
It takes Arizona raised kids to brave
experience worth going after. They
report having had the time of their
The $4,000 contract of W. O. Jolly,
|he ituildcr, El Paso, for repairs on
School houses, and the finishing of the
Hill school is closed and the schools
are ip possession.
Frank Billingsley, a leading mer-
chant of Duncan, and candidate for
county supervisor before the Demo-
cratic primaries, is down among the
.Clifton voters looking for votes as well
as on business.
The Clifton lodge of Eagles will
hold a rousing smoker on October 5.
In Zanesville, <>., they tell of a
young widow, who, in consulting a
tombstone-maker with reference to a
monument for her late husband,
ended the discussion with:
“Now, Mr Jones, all I want to say
Is, ‘To My Husband’ in an appropri-
“Very well, ma’am,” said the stone-
'When the tombstone was put up
the widow discovered, to her amaze-
ment. that upon it were inscribed
"To My Husband. In an Appro-
priate Place.”—Harper's Magazine.
Mr. Robert Dillon, ex-secretary (>f
the college Y. M. C. A. and one ot
the men who atended the assosiatlon
conference at Cascade last summer,
stopped off at tile college Monday to
visit the boys while on his way to
El Paso. He led the Monday noon-
day prayer meeting ani gave a very
inspiring talk on the Y. M. C. A.
work and the doings at the confer-
The Young Peoples’ Christian En-
deavor society ol Mesllla Park held a
business meeting Sunday night ana
elected the following officers: Pres-
ident. Burton Fite; vice-president, W.
E. Campbell; secretary, Miss Claire
Buell; treasurer. H. C. McCowen.
The society Ijas been very active this
fall, holding very Interesting pro-
grams, with a large attendance ol
college students every Sunday eve-
ning. A vert pleasant c. E. social
was given at the home or Miss Bertha
Mandell, tin chairman of the social
committee, last Friday evening.
The lootball prospects for the col-
lege are looking very bright this
year. There have been three teams
out on the Held at hard practice and
scrimmage and the plays under the
new rules are being worked down
to a perfection. Egbert Merrill, left
tackle on lasl year’s team and play-
ing the same position this year, was
elected captain of the gridiron husk-
ies at a meeting of the "A” men held
last week. Complete new suits ha\e
arrived and been distributed among
the boys. The student body has or-
ganized under a yell leader and the
are of cheering and rooting is being
gotten down to a system, the students
turning out in a body every evening
at practice to cheer the football men
and to got in practice themselves for
the coming season.
George Newton, office man for the
Irrigation census lakers of New Mex-
ico arrived at the college Monday and
will make his headquarters here for
the next five months while the irri-
gation census of the territory is be-
Miss Hazel Miller, formerly of the
college, who has been spending the
past year in Cascade, lias taken
charge of the euaine at the girls’ dor-
Owen Krueger, a sophomore, presi-
dent of the college athletic associa-
tion and coach of last year’s track
squad, has returned to the col logo
from Ills home In Kansas City, Mo.
Assistants J. A Anderson ‘and 8.
I-- Mitchell of the college faculty,
spent Saturday and Sunday In E)
The beautiful home of Mr. Phelps,
just south of the campus, is now
complete and the family moved Into
their new home Monday.
Rev. Bloom, of tho Presbyterian
church at Mesllla Park, is attending
tho synod at East Das Vegas and
Professor Kyle of tho college Is oc-
cupying his pulpit during his ab-
sence. Professor Kyle has moved Into
the house formerly occupied by Pro-
” College Row.
NEWS HAPPENINGS OF
Kpeoial to The Time*
Solomonvilie, Ariz.. Sept. 27.—J. A.
Wardlaw and family returned on Sat-
urday evening from an extended trip.
They visited a number of .the eastern
cities—Niagara Fulls and as far south
as Florida. They were away about
two months and have been much
benefited by the trip. Mr. Wardlaw
is the station agent at the Arizona
A Eastern depot.
Mrs. Chas B. Yett arid small son
went to Will,-OX. Arlz., on Sunday
morning for a short visit.
The board of supervisors Is in ses-
sion today to officially count the vote
of the late election of delegates for
the constitutional convention to meet
in October at Phoenix, Ariz.
Rev. P D Gardener of Safford
preach' d at the M. K. church South
on Sunday evening.
Jvarnlil Palmer has recovered from
an attack of typhoid fever, so he is
able to be out again.
National Railways of Mem
MEXICO’S INDEPENDENCE CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION
DURING MONTH OF SEPTEMBER.
El Paso to Mexico City and Return:
15 day ticket, first class .........................*•
SO day ticket, first class ...........*..............*40’** V.'
15.day ticket, second class........................d. 8. Dy
30 day ticket, second .............................. U. B. Cy.
Tickets on sale Sept, At to Sept *0th. Inclusive. Also Excursion
rates to all points of on Aid one third fares for the round trip tint
and second class tickets^fc sale Sept 1st to Sept. l*tb. limit until
Sept. 2Stb for return.
For further^Bfcrmat*on' c*n or
Tj, A. DCLOHKRY,
Agent, El Paso, Texas.
Upeeinl to The Times.
Berino. N. M.. Sept. 27.—Chas.
Post has been busy the past week
surveying for the Three Saints ditch.
Levels have been run from head near
Hesquite to the state line at Anthony,
a distance of 12 miles. This surve>-
ing Is preparatory to the fall ditch
cleaning which begins October 3.
The Three Saints will carry four feet
of water In a 20 foot ditch, to a point
south of Berino when It will continue
in two branches. 12 feet wide to the
state line. It Is expected that ap-
proximately 1000 acres will be In
cultivation in 1911.
A general meeting of tho Three
Saints ditch members will be held
Saturday. October 1st, at the resi-
dence of J. S. Brooks, treasurer.
This is the regular annual meeting
and considerable business will be
F. G. Beck returned the 25th from
a trip to California points.
C. N. Gibson and John Snyman
have returned from the oil fields
near Alamogordo where they located
claims for themselves nnd every mem-
ber of the Gibson and Snyman fami-
lies. a total of 2 claims. They are
open to offers of well drillers ami oil
men at any time.
It Is reported that C. N. Gibson and
brothers have purchased the old Allen
farm from R. J. Viljoen. Figures pri-
Brad Hardee is-surveying his farm
here preparatory to turning It over
to D. B. Smith of El Paso.
Miss F. A. Hutchins of Vado, who
alternates, on one may say vibrates
from ranch to railroad station and
chicken farm, has been recreating on
wildcats. Miss llutehtns says New
Mexican wildcats are undoubtedly
Methodists in their liking for chicken,
two having been laid low before Miss
Hutchins' trusty gun and another Is
.1. S. Brooks despairing of a third
t utting of hay on his farm this Hoason.
let about Hi acres go to seed. When
threshed last week the patch produc-
'd 4020 pounds of good seed which
amounts to the comfortable sum of
*7(13.50 or aprpoximately #44 per
acre, not so had for a dry year and
two cuttings of hay beside. R Is not
generally known that these dry years
■ire the proper seasons for alfalfa seed
and no one need worry about a loss
if there he enough moisture to start
alfalfa at all.
G. W. North celebrated the eomple-
loti of his new home the 24th by
opening his doors for a house warm-
ing and all the neighbors for miles
a round came and effectually warm-
'd the house until early Sunday morn
G. A. Z. Snyman and Hurry Heffel-
man boarded the Elephant Butte
train on Saturday evening for Pueblo
Among visitors to El Paso the past
week even .T C Kesha hr rger, Harry
Heffelman and F. G. Relk.
.Tl IKiE COIN H ANDS OFT
FINES TO YSl.KTA OFFENDERS
gpeektl to The Timm.
Ysleta, Tex., Sept. 27.—Judge Folk
opened court Monday morning with
a rush. The first to get the dust ol
the ehair In the dock was D&zara Ol-
gutn who had let her tongue wag toe
fast and drew a fine and cost ol
*12.50. Ys.lbel Granillo, who was In
the same talkfest and used the same
brand of language In a public street
drew the same fine and costs.
Martin Galindo, from the ranch,
pleaded guilty to an assault chargi
and was given a fine of *25 and costs
Jesus Garda used bad language ano
got *5 and costs.
Friday night a number of flocks ot
geese went over town going south.
Looks like we were to have an curly
Mrs. Laura Doming,is. daughter ol
Felipe Lopez and sister of Migue,
Lopez, died at 4:30 Sunday, and was
buried from the old church Monday
afternoon. She had been sick and a
terrible sufferers for three years.
She was widely known and had a
large circle of friends
Frank Alderete and son wer<
visiting with his father, llenigo Al-
W. M. Stanton and wife visited
with M. Loewensteln and wife her,
Mrs. Gault, formerly a resld, nt ol
this place, was a guest of Mrs. Mint,*
Capt. John It. Hughes is here 1oi-h-
ting his camp. All are much pleased
to learn that the dispatches In Hu
papers were wrong, for ('apt. Hughes
is the only ranger we would welcome.
Borne Joy riders coming from down
the \alley failed to make the turn at
the corner of the old church and ot.
took out a section of the church’,
new fence and then fled to El Past,
without lighta. which is quite com-
mon of late.
The Kelly, Ponder, Magoffin duck
hunting trip Saturday and Sunday
was a perfect success In every re-
PIT ASSISTANT POSTMASTERS
under civil service.
A**»i:tuteil Term Dhtmtrh.
Washington, Sept, 27.—As t> final
result of the cabinet sesslotis in
progress at the White House, it was
announced today that probably, to-
morrow President Taft would issue an
order placing 7.#22 assistant post-
masters under the pro.i-uonx "I the
civil service, arid taking them en-
tirely out of polities
It was said also that the president
would recommend to congress 57,19*
second and third class p"-tnmsters be
placed under civil servi' e rules.
Postmaster General Hitchcock made
the recommend;, t ion - to President
Taft It is a part of Mr. Hitchcock’*
scheme to put the department on a
business basis and to make It self
Estimates from the various depart-
ments for the ".min* "-ar occupied
the attention of the cabinet today.
"The terrors of the deep,” remarked
the captain of a transatlantic liner,
“were perhaps never more thrUUngty sat
forth than in the description by a young
lady who last year made her first trip
abroad She kept a diary, very much
like that of Mark Twain, when for seven
day* lie recorded the fact that be 'got
uv. washed and went to breakfast'
"There w is. however, one Important
exception. When she < rosecd the chan-
nel the experience was so trying that
she felt impeded to describe It, 'I am
firmly resolved to stay on deck,’ she
wrote 'although the tempest inereases
to sui h a frightful hurricane that It 1*
•Sty with the greatest difficulty that I
can hold my parasol.”—Brooklyn Life.
(Spe I til to The Times.
Deming, N. M-. Sept. 2 7 Messrs.
Chris Ratthel, C. W. Hubliurd. Dwight
Stevens and Pierce Hughes have re-
turned from tho shoot held in i'hoe-
ntx by Hie Arizona Sportsmen s Asso-
ciation. They came back with tho
following trophies: Diamond ineual,
Winchester shot gun. individual
championship. Chris Kuithcd was
me star ot the team winning every
event except the Selby Handicap.
Bob Cameron, who accompanied tne
team to Phoenix, went on lrom there
to California to join his family. Ilu
will return with his family to Dom-
J, M. Quinn, of Denver, Colo., wus
In Deming today on business.
Mr. \V. A. Brand and 1. L Rob-
inson, both of El l’aso. Were 111 town
S. J. Rhodes and C. S. Welch, ot
Wilcox, Arlz.. are spending low days
Jim Kealy, deputy sherili. arrested
three Chlnumen at Lanark Saturday
night and lodged them in the Luna
county jail on charges ol being un-
lawlully In the United States.
Alex A. Smith made a o mesa trip
to Li Paso Sunday.
The Luna County Fair closed Sat-
urday noon. The lollowlng is a llsi
of the prizes and awards
Best display ol vegetables ruised by
one person; 8. U. Wheeler, 41IR sec-
ond, E. D. Osborn, *6.
Irish potatoes, not less than fifty
pounds: Shull ranch, *10; second,
Chinese garden, *6.
Cabbage, not less than live head: 8.
O. Wheeler, *3; second, E. D. Osborn,
Beans, not less than fifty pounds:
E. D. Osborn, *10; second, J. Jacob-
Tomatoes, not less than ten
pounds: E. D. Osborn, second,
Rio Mimbres Co., *2.
Specimen of alfalfa, not less than
five pounds: J. J. Jacobsen. *3.
Bale of alfalfa: J. J. Jacobsiii, 35.
Kaffir corn, not less than ten
stalks: W. D. Close. *3; unwind, Hugh
Indian corn, not less Hum twenty
pounds: James Swartz, *3; second, j.
J. Jacobsen, *2.
Cantaloupes, not less than ten:
Hugh Ramsey, *3.
Watermelons, not less than ten:
Mrs. 11. E. Van Sickle, *5; ..ccond. A.
A. Douglas. *3.
Onions, one variety, not less timn
twenty pounds: F. Martinez, 33.
Display of nsorted fruits from one
ranch: Ed Ktmmlek, *3; second,
Mrs. Seaman Field, *2.
Peaches. not ies than twenty
pounds: ltlo Mimbres Co,, *3: second,
F. Martinez, $2.
Best display of farm product* rais-
ed on one farm: J. Dteudonnc, *20;
second. E. F. Hurt, *10.
Milo maize: E. F .Hurt, $3.
Pumpkin: Lei toy Honn. *3; sec-
ond, N. Bureie, *2,
Squash : Albert Prngle, *43; second,
Santa Rosa Marufa. *2.
Cotton: Hilbert Hucbitsh, *5; sec-
ond. Mrs. J C. Stroup, *2.
Milch cow: It. Swahzy. $10.
Saddle horse: Alex A. Smlt'.t, *10.
Span mules: Geo. Shull, *10
Team draft horses: \V. S. Me Rob-
Two-year-old bull: Geo. Watkins,
Three hens, one rooster; Mrs. N. A.
Pigeons: Clyde Meyer. $2.
Indian corn: Jiih, Swartz, *3.
Canned tomatoes:, K. I). Osborn. *2.
To the man living in Luna county
who has been engage,i In farming
the greatest number ot years: J
White leghorn chickens: Dr. Hoff-
man. pulr shoes. *5.
Best loaf bread baked by single
lady under 20: Edna Vallan’dlgham.
one-half ton coal, *4 40.
Two loaves bread made from
Lyqn’s best flour: Mrs. L. („ Brown-
ttlg, 13; second. Mrs, Walker, $2.
®Wo loaves bread made from
njj$n<md M flour: Mrs. Vallandlg-
ham. *3: second, Mrs. J. it. Tuvlnr,
Milch cow: R. Hwanzv, fifty pounds
Diamond M flour.
For the best cake baked by young
lady under 20: Mildred Lurch,-n. hat,
Six largest squashes: John Rogers,
Ten pounds tomatoes:
Ten pounds alfalfa: .1.
Twenty pounds pears: Miss Olcott,
Five loaves bread
Johnson, merchandise *5.
Second best yearling colt:
lb H calf under ti n months: Gen.
Flit pounds beans E, I). Osborn
100 pounds Royal Queen flour.
Bab- alfalfa; J. J. Jacobson, twenty
Ten pounds Irish potato**: r,, „
Shull 12 50.
Ten pounds onions
Sickle. 12 50.
Six largest pumpkins: LcRoy lion
Ten stalks (rtllo maize
Twenty pounds Indian corn' Jas
Five cantalo ip'-s: II Ramaey, nier-
Twenty Pounds grape*; Chinese
garden*, bottle grape .nice and box
Best assortment product* of one
farm: J E. Db-udotiu". one year’s
subw-rlption Deming Graphic.
Team of draft hors‘-“ W f. jjc.
Roberts, merchandise 13
Display curiaIgrc r ob J, J, Jacob-
sen. merchandise 50.
Three loaves of br'-rot made from
Banquet flour: Mrs M ude Johnson,
100 ?><>tjn<)ft flour.
two pumpkin pl*»: Mr*. L A.
two pi#** rntoJi of nwf*H nota-
ttx**: Mm L L. Bro v-. ninflL $1.
loaf mi.|t rlxiro? i>r<«ul mad*
from Crf?am of Wh- if Hour; Mm R.
D. Swop*-, joo pound- fi• *ur,
Winner of sack r," •• Frank Stead.
Dolts: first, 8. a. Smith; second, F
Bronco busting Sari, 'labor.
of quart r ri de race. Jim
I hillip's Grey; ##0 irrl race. Oor-
m»n o *orrel.
. C. Stroup,
E. F. Hurt.
Until tbl* notl'e is withdrawn,
ttoi)*’ Meat Market will. *
business hours, honor
beef from ministers orl |[
BHnixntlons jn favor o' poor
W- during the
order* tor fresb
m charitable or-
Dress Goods, Silks, Etc. to be Sold at ONE-HALF PRICE
Mammoth Bankrupt Sale Continues
The entire Lupowski stock, consisting of Ladie ’ Ready-to-wear silk waists,
laces, embroideries* dress goods, silks, undergarments, blanket .;, comforts,
shows in tact everything within the scope of General Merchandise
-y— __________ . .
Must Be Sold Within a Few Days
Store to he remodeled, rather than move the stock, we ll make such wonder
fnl price concessions that you'll surely take advantage of the opportunity.
Every article at just about 1 . regular value.
Doors open 8 a. rn. Come early and get the bargains.
213 San Antonio St.
'z 1*1(14 E,
ROOSEVELT HAS WON
(Contlmir*«j fuun P*.»Kfr Om*.)
was ov*»ri»hiMlmve(i. Brit
!>rornim*ot among thi- ptmHlIrit! kuIo i
natitrlii 1 noinitiroK, an? ItoprtwntHt.Ut*
Win. S. lif'iiiH'tt, ID iiry B.
Stuto Senator llarv.e> I>. 1 Unman ami
Wm. A. Prendorgttut of New York
No decision had been reached lute
Two draft* fur the platform r< pr«
no n tin fir the Idea* of the progre*-
hIvch ami the old Kmtrd roMpectively.
wen* being threshed out tonight,
Working on Platform.
\HHoriotnl Prtt*$ uitvuleh.
Saratoga, N\ V.. .Sept. 2< the
work of drafting the platform for pr* -
Mentation to the Kepnblirun *tat<‘
cotivt ntioii tomorrow wu« begun by
the committee on resolution In exe-
cutive MeHBlon tonight.
Otto ilunhard of New York, reinl
the platform which '‘.a* un<ler.stoo<l
to have the approval of Colonel
Uooiaevelt and the progreHMlvc*.
This draft contained iunong other
thniKM ati une<tutvoe»it • inlorHeno nt of
the udmlniatratlon* of l*i:eKldcnt
and Oovernor Hughe*. H • «»ntuimd
mi approving reference to the Bu t
that the- Me publican senate had driven
lrom Its rank* a recreant ncnatnr and
c ommitted the party * comlnuunco
of the prosecution of wrcmgdoerM in
whatever jdaee of trust they might be
It vrtiw agreed that the eoriHldera-
tlon t.f the* primary feature la? defer-
red until late in the morning-
VVithout taking u vote on the Han-
nurd platform, the committee lj*tened
to the reading by Wm. Ibirncx. Jr., of
the platform advocated by the cM
guard- Thi* platform, which Mr
IhwrneH moved as ti *up»tltuto for the
0K>gre*Hive draft; CKintalned an ‘on
ey pi vocal endorsement of the admin
Intratlon of President Taft” and tells
how much primary reform the old
guard i* willing to adopt
At 11:30 p. m. the platform com-
mittee adpmirnod for two hours and
it with announced that all subject*
proposed for Incorporation in tho
platform had been referred to a *ub-
t ommittee of fourteen fc»r formula-
tion into a tentative platform.
Woodruff Will not Hot Ire.
Annfidatrd Vrt** tHtpatch.
.Saratoga, N. Y.. Hept. State
Chairman Timothy J.*. Woodruff of
Brooklyn, an old guard leader, was
one, of the first to feel the effect of
the progressive victory in tho State
convention today. Delegate* from
Kings county in the Sixth congres-
sional district tonight retired Mr.
Woodruff as state chairman and elect-
ed Alfred K. Vase to succeed him.
Leader* of two other congrewdomi)
district* reported that they wer«* ready
to elect Mr Woodruff a member of
the state committee, but it wan re-
ported that the state chairman ha*
said that he was ready to retire from
politic*. Thi* Mr. Woodruff denied,
stating that he ha* nineteen of the
twenty-three Brooklyn district* and
intend* to remain a* leader.
RooaesHi Pftvom ffhiuunt.
l*Mt>d(itr4 Prc** DUpattih.
Saratoga. N. Y,, Colonel Boost ye It
held an extended conference tonight
with Senator Boot, C. f\ Orl scorn
and Oha*. S. Francis of Troy, former
Ambassador to Austria, to consider
the available candidate* for governor.
It was learned that Uenry L. Stlm-
*on, former l ulled State* district at-
torney of New' Yolk, who HUeecKs-
fully proHecutid tho sugar trust offi-
cials; romptroller Fremb'rgast of I
New York uml Slate Auditor Harvey
I*. Hinmau «»f Itlnghampton, wen
tou*ld«ied and that.- Colonel Boose-
velt lean* strongly toward Senator
It ua* fcptirted lute tonight that
1,1 oyd »«Jrlseom would succeed
Timothy L. Woodruff a* chairman of
tl>4 republican state oonituitiot*.
A n nt trio lot I'nn* hinjpntvh,
('uraon, N(?v„ Sept. 27. Brckident
Taft'* ailministration and the ho*
called 'Taft measure*" passed by the
last congress were endorsed today by
the i•pi.'ihHaan state convention with
Hi «m .ption of the Paytid*Ald-rich
ttirifi which vvdH not mentioned.
The < (uivontinn also endorsed
United States Hermtnr Nixon for n *
Tflcoina Wash., $epi. U7. The
democrati« f’t.ite convention tonight
iido-ptad si radc -il platform cndorHing
direct noniin.itiotiw, the recall, initia-
tive and r«d n udum and the ' »n gop
plan of e|i ( ting senator*. A Out
vote indicatetl tVmi, the fualon J ad 1 cl-
ary ticket will be nominated.
1 HMWt'ltcrf Pt rnH hit II
Denver, Hept 27 I
HOLD STATE CONVENTION
\nHutlnltti /'mu In , frit.
MiiiHhoii, WJh. Hepi 27. - The ltejMitilN
ifin stale platform convention spent th«
da > after convening a t noon, In listening
to biHUrgent coagrenHinen make speei lies.
The * omniittee on icwlutlon* did riot re*
tire to Its deliberation*, until f» o'clock,
when tie* * 'invention took » rcee* tin til
k.3t» p, in. h wak conaldcred nuite po*-
sible (bat the committee would not it*
ready to report until tomorrow.
<'ongieH8rn**n Cooper, lanroot and Kwh
spoke during Hie afti inoon and more on
the night proKiuio The Hjienker exiolltal
Hcnutor l.aKollette a* the father of the
prog if**! vo Idea*, often erroneously, they
d win rod. ch Ib'il the Koo»*nelt policies.
* 'ongrcNsman Cooper opened by refer-
ring to the big convention at Saiatoga.
I will begin by Hinting that Hwfifl-
\ 4 * 11 bn* a majority of JOI in Now York,’*
Io rfrtirl, at which there wan laughter nnd
Tim Hpenker deelarcd tiiut t.h* insiir-
have made an advarne in Kenning
more JuMt liOUHe rule#, but that reprealm-
leiivt* g(>v*rriment ba* nol yet been oti*
tuined in the lower houfto ut Wash!fi*ton.
file HebrewA*rc to ► ■
>i laager put t
ed on the Amei lean '
.gif. if the plea
IIM'le bV • ipfillClltbll
ariiigrr# to fi
Wlibnui S FrJcd»u«". «.
1 1 •
served, liuidd Ft ted am a if* rJuilrinMt
1 i • 1 ■ i . ii !"t gt.t 1 .
of l!'<« ' * a
If. " r,.j f )•,, ,.v ,,f ,\ fnft |( ,i
o liabbl#, a ml
*mbl ?<>•!# v Uio ‘ in* b;
| 1 .‘lined i
Kiev ft KHatniu the
f'htjl 'c?1 s, .?
'Cnrt and .\!h; t in 1'- k
n»0tn : • ' i
hcilft*'' In l!
l/jke(: i« * lie
Hiiylot k i* ■>"
central • *•«•.f»? - ■’
ter* from all t
make lil« n j'-ot
Ol Two l.vtl*.
Mrs. |)4Niin»lid Huiuphrey#, lb*' Bug-
M«h novelist, on her arrival. In New
York, seor»»d divorce in America, in**
* ordlng to tin Washington Star.
"In J’Ufglnnd thore Is only one dl-
w* rcc 4’niir! that of London.” said
''IfItn,” “but \ oti have here a divofc©
i 'Mirt In every village, haven’t you?'*,
"IVrhaps you have so many dl-
. ■ i t 4 ? iiccaus'.’ you arc too r* t-kleim
j,i)‘mml marriage I met one American
( k 11 on the boat w ho Is c ertainty go-
ng it* marry very reckb 'dy Indeed.
: he said f t rne. as she t wisted her en*
(I|, gage rnent ring nervongb ;
llulait * a rake, and I know
i( lie'll lend a double life. Hut
,n 1 "Flie smile*! grimly.
1 Hut belter that ' she added, 'titan
rl, | for nre to lead a mingle one,'”
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I . I B'irn* pi • : :t? -rv t«» ■’
I ' .’ p 'Hiavnl of ' X
: I; •tp the opinion of i S
• of A lief b a it l ahhis. j 4>
it bit - ’ ■•! i*H «*d Iff- 'K
i '< ill ilia Ungers,- will ■ X
* Dr. r. W. Croufdcr i
PrurtU-.u limited tu illieuses of
tho E.v. Eiir. Nomi nnd Throat, at
4102 ltlo (.Hindu Bank Bide.
tl i* .nnrerem«! next i
l>. mi. Holt Rhone—Ho». 2»3i;
BUGGY SUN SHADES
HORSE FLY NETS
«»• MYERS COMPANY
“The Buggy People”
Manufacturers of Harness and Saddles,
Wholesale and Retail
310 S. EL PASO ST.
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