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THURSDAY AUGUST 3, 1905.
ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
HUNGARY FIGHTING FOR ITS
LIFE AND ITS CONSTITUTION
FRANCIS KOSSUTH, HUNGARIAN
LEADER, AND - SON OF THE
FAMOUS PATRIOT, LOUIS KOS
SUTH, WRITES THE STORY OF
THE GRAVE CRISIS IN CENTRAL
EUROPE, WHICH MAY LEAD TO
THE SEPARATION OF HUNGARY
. .. BY FRANCIS KOSSUTH.
Written Especially for the Newspaper
(Copyright, 19(5, by the Newspaper
Francis Kossuth la the leader 'i
' of the Hungarian nation In Its
fight against Austria. He la the
f eon of Ixnils Kossuth, the fam- i
V ous Hungarian patriot, and Is
" looked upon as the coming lib-
t erator of his country. Ed. 9
A A A A A A A A A A A A A
Budapest, Hungary, Aug. 3. Hun
gary is face to face with a crisis
graver than any In its history since
Hungary in 1867 became again a con
Efforts are being made to set aside
the laws and constitution of the land,
and the people are faced by a govern
ment that, finding Itself without any
support In parliament, yet seeks to
exercise the right to lule. Baron
Fejervary, the premier. Is not sup
ported by a.ny party, nor ly public
opinion, and is not able to bring for
ward In parliament any bill that can
be passed Into law. The present cab
inet Is simply an expression of the
will of the sovereign, King Franz
Josef, and Is combating the basis of
ell constitutionalism, viz.: That a
country must be ruled by Its majority
, In parliament.
The government cannot even pass
Its budget bill, and to all Intents and
purposes Hungary now is a country
without any government recognized
by the people as the head of Its af
fairs. Baron Fejervary has attempt
ed to resign office, but the king will
not accept his retirement, knowing
that no parliamentary cabinet to re
place the present one could be form
ed, so that the tragedy of a whole na
tion guided by a government on which
It has passed a vote of no confidence
The local authorities of the country
are bound by law to disregard all
orders of the government not consti
tutionally sound, and the Fejervary
cabinet Is veiy likely to employ force
so as to keep the machinery of the
government running. Should this be
done, time alone can tell what la In
store for the Austro-Hungarlan mon
archy. This situation has been brought
about by the refusal of the ivlng to
agree to the natural and legal de
mand of the Hungarian people that Its
army, which is recruited among the
Hungarian people and maintained by
them, shall be distinctively Hun
garian. At present, the army is com
manded largely by Austrlans, the lan
guage of command Is German and the
colors are those of imperial Austria.
Only 12 per cent of the people of Hun
gary speak the German tongue, while,
the Hungarian language is used by 60
per cent; thus the patriotic feelings
of the Hungarians are insulted.
The army, such as it Is now, is a
standing threat and menace to the 11b
eity of the country. It has the ap
pearance of an army of occupation,
as If Hungary were a conquered coun
try, while in fact, Hungary Is an in
dependent kingdom, united to Aus
tria only through the fact that the
same man is king of Hungary and
emperor of' Austria.
Thee Is no law that can support
this permanent offense to Hungary's
national feeling. Though the Hun
gailan constitution gives to the king
the post of commander in chief of the
army, this right cannot be stretched
to mean that the king has authority
to suppress, by his own will alone,
the official language of the country
over which he has a right to reign
as a strictly constitutional monarch.
This abnormal state of affairs has
been tolerated by Hungary Rlnce 1867,
but now a demand is made on the
monarchy for a considerable Increase
in the size of the army, Hiid for an en
larged expenditure amounting to ap
proximately I'.io.Oon.noo, and the Hun
garian nation Is resolved to exercise
its Just rights. It will decline to au
thorize the raising of more men and
WHERE PEACE ENVOYS WILL BE
THE GUESTS OF UNCLE SAM
at V aViV "
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Eutrance to Kittery, Me., navy yard with marines on guard. Cayt. Gai rt, commandant of the navy yard. Kit
tery is located in the extreme southern point of York county, Maine, and 1 s Just across, the liscataijua river
from Portsmouth, N. H. The peace envoys will first land at Kittery, and t hence proceed to Portsmouth.
more money unless the Hungarian
language and the Hungarian colors
for the future are to become a part
of the Hungarian army. This was
one of the Issues of the last election.
and the people of Hungary returned
to Parliament a majority pledged to
the platform. The majority agree
that it would be political immorality
for them to abate one particle from
their program, and they feel bound to
continue their hostility to the present
government, no matter what the out
come be. ,
The present crisis closely re
sembles that period through which
nearly all other constitutional coun
tries have had to pass, while fighting
to maintain that the will of the people
Is superior to the will of the king.
Kings have always tried to combat the
principle of constitutional government
that kings reign but do not govern,
and that their right of veto must be
DORSEY MET WITH
Henry Dorsey met with a rather se
rious accident at the Henry Carter
residence last Thursday morning, says
the Silver City Independent. A new
roof is being put on the house and
Dorsey was engaged In carrying up
bundles of shingles to the carpenters.
Upon reaching the top of the ladder
he stepped off on the front porch,
which, being old, Immediately gave
way and fell with a crash. In the fall
Dorsey was caught between some 2x4
timbers and tightly wedged in by the
bundle of shingles and portions of the
porch timbers. It took the carpenters
some time to extricate the young man,
whose arm was found to be broken,
and he was otherwise considerably
bruised up. The accident might have
resulted much more seriously to him,
as he had no idea of the porch falling
and had no means of saving himself
from the full force of the fall, some
twelve feet, being heavily loaded with
the shingles at the time he stepped
off on the porch. He was at once
taken to a physician and la rapidly re
covering from his hurts.
Soothing and Cooling.
The salve that heals without a scar
is De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. No
remedy effects such speedy re'.ief. It
draws out Inflammation, soothes,
cools and heals all cuts, burns and
bruises. A sure cure for piles and
skin diseases. DeWitt's is the only
genuine Witch Hazel Salve. Beware
of counterfeits, they' are dangerous.
Sold by all druggists.
ANOTHER ARTESIAN WELL
GUSHES NEAR ARTESIA
The C. A. P. Land and Cattle com
pany has Just brought in a fine arte
sian well on Its land southeast of Ar
tesia in Eddy county. The well is 946
fi?t in depth and flows five feet and
two inches over a six-Inch casing.
used constitutionally only on the
rarest occasions and only "a pos
teriori," never "a priori." Otherwise
no governmental business could be
conducted except the king approve of
It, and there would be no difference
between an autocracy and a consti
The outcome is useless to predict.
Constitutionalism must win, for it
cannot be that In the twentieth cen
tury an attempt to impose an abso
lutist sway in one of the great coun
tries of Europe will succeed.
How success will be brought about,
time 9lnr.e can tell, but It is to be
hoped that for the sake of the peace
and prosperity of Hungary, and for the
security of the throne of an elderly
and benevolent monarch that King
Franz Josef will of his own volition
perceive that he has been misled by
unfaithful councillors in resisting the
legal claims of the Hungarian people.
STRANGE SUICIDE OF
AN ARIZONA EDUCATOR
Great mystery surrounds the sui
cide of Prof. S. O. Lewis, principal of
the Tempe public schools, which was
discovered Monday, but probably oc
curred last week. Lewis, who was 32
years old, formerly lived in Corsicana,
Texas, and has a mother In Illinois.
He was unmarried, highly respected
and had been employed as principal
for next school year.
School had been closed for several
weeks, and Monday morning painters
went to the school house to work. A
frightful odor caused an investigation
and the body was found much decom
posed. Lewis had shot himself.
Dangerous and Uncertain.
For sunburn, tetter and all skin and
scalp diseases, DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve has no equal. It is a certain
cure for blind, bleeding, itching and
protruding piles. It will draw the fire
out of a burn and heal without leaving
a scar. Boils, old sores, carbuncles,
etc., are quickly cured by the use of
the genuine DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Saive. Accept no substitute as they
are often dangerous and uncertain.
Sold by all druggists.
DEXTER MAN DROWNS IN
PECOS WHILE FISHING
A. S. Hutchinson of Dexter, Chaves
county, fell into a whirpool in the
Pecos river Monday evening while
fishing, and was drowned. Seaching
parties are out, but the body has not
been recovered. He is survived by a
wife and one child. He moved to Dex
ter four months ago with his family
from Galesburg, 111.
When you find tt necessary to uee
aalve use DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo.
It la the purest and beat tor Sores,
Burna. Bolla. Krtrma, Blind, Rledlng.
Itchtna: or Prottirtlnu I'tlea, Oet the e-en-ulne
DeWltt a Witch Hazel Salve. Bold
by all druBKlata.
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MOTHERS, DO YOU KNOW
the many eo-called birth medicines, and
most remedies for women in the treatment
of her delicate orpaus, contain more oi
less opium, morphine and strychnine?
Do You Know that in most countriej
druggists are not permitted to tell narcot
ic without lnlx-ling them poisons?
Do You Know that you should not
take Internally any medicine lor the
pain accompanying pregnancy.
Do You Know that Mother Friend
la applied externally only?
Do You Know that Mother' Friend
la a celebrated prescription, and that it
bas been in use over forty years, and that
each bottle of the geouiue bear the name
of The Bradficld P.eRulator Co. I
Do you know that when you use thii
tmedy during the period of gestation
that yon will te free of pain and beat
healthv, hearty and clever children t
Well, these things are worth knowinf
They are facts. Of druggists at fi.oo
Don't be persuaded to try a uhstitre
Ourltttle book. "Motherhood" fres.
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NEW TIME CARD
t. AtanUo Bxpreaa, arrive 7:U
depart S:S0 a. m.
4, Chleago Limited, arrtrea
Tuesday and Friday; depart
a. m, Wednesday and Batnr
8, Chicago and Kansas city Ex.
arrives b;45 p. m.; departs 7:46
No. 1, Lo Angele Expre, arrtvea
7:30 p. m.; depart 1:1ft p. m.
No. 3, California Limited. arrlTea
10:40 a, m, Monday and Thvsday;
departs 10:50 a. m. Mori da ra anil
No. 7. San FV an clsco Fast Mall ar
rive 10:30 p. m.; departs ll:lw p.m.
No. 27 depart 11:20 p. ex. connect
with eastern train
No. 22 arrives from south T:2 &. m.
connecting with Na 2. atbound.
All trains dally except No, and 4.
No. 1 carries through chair, stand
ard and tourist sleeping ears to boa
Na 7 carries throng, chair, stand
ard and tourist sleeping car tor Baa
H. S. LUTZ. Agent.
From the California Limited
It Is peculiar that all of us
should compliment the Harvey
System, and yet wo do. It's a
habit, and we can't help it. I
am really ashamed to say any
thing further, but I can't ab
stain. The dining car service
on the California Limited Is too
good to be true.
K. T. W.
SANTA FE IS THE WAY
ars caused by Indlr estlon. If you sat a
little too much, or if you are subject to
attacks of Indigestion, you have no doubt
had shortness of breath, rapid heart beats,
heartburn or palpitation of the heart
Indigestion causes the stomach to
expand swell, and puff up against the
heart This crowds the heart and inter
feres with its action, and in the course of
time the heart becomes diseased.
digest what you eat, takes the strain off
or the heart and contributes nourishment
strength and health to every organ of ths
body. Cures Indigestion. Dyspepsia. Sour
Stomach, Inflammation of the mucous
membranes lining the Stomach and Diges
tifs Tract Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh
of the Stomach.
Anr satin . food would dlitrwt ms bv malrtna
mi heart paipitsia and I would tocoma vary wajc.
Finally I tot a bottle of Kodol and II gave m Imros-
al rauei. Attar utinc a lew Dotuei I am cured.
MRS. LOR1NQ NICHOLS. Pana Yaa. M. T.
I had stomach trouble and was In a bad state ai I
fcad heart trouble with It. I look Kodol Lytpeeia
Oure tec aooui lour mouint ana u cureo me.
D. KAUbLS, Nevada, a
Digests What You Eat
DvlUxSattl aula it frttkr at ih Lftfc-
UaMUBUtulU ereterref I.O.D.WIM
jlrUlrOnliUe a 0. , Oblee O S 4.
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a clear head, an active brain, a strons,
vigorous body makes him fit for the
battle of life.
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or rather "liners' ens cent a word
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should be left st this office not later
than t o'clock, p. m.
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wages. C. A. Hudson.
WANTED Good, flve-room cottage,
for each. Inquire 918 South Third
WANTED A waitress at Roberts'
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W. Fee, 620 South Second street
WANTED A canvasser on salary and
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or call In person.
WANTED a girl for general house
work. 315 South Third street
WANTED Gentlemen second-hand
clothing. No. 515 South First street
south of viaduct Send address and
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FOll KENT Large, airy rooms, for
Housekeeping, corner of Sixth street
and Railroad avenue.
FOR RENT Five room hose, fur
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South Edith street
FOR RENT A suite of three rooms,
very deslreable for party of young
men. 713 West Copper.
FOR RENT Most desirable rooms
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board. 713 West Copper.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
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ply 524 John street, east end of via
duct Mrs. E. K. Norris.
FOR RENT Rooms for light house
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FOR SALE Good, gentle, family
horse. Inquire at the Racket, Sec
ond street and Gold avenue.
FOR SALE Square Chlckering pi
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BOARD AND ROOM.
Good board, home cooking, plenty
of shade, electric light. 717 East
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First-class carpenters ship to Cali
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