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The
Millinery Sale
begins tomorrow a. m.
$3.00 Tailored Hats
$1. 79
See Special Arcade Exhibit
of These
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Mr. Albert Taylor and His New Company, Presenting
The Best of New Plays at Popular Prices
Matinees every Wed., Sat. and Sunday at 3 p. m.
Adults, 20c; children, 10c.
New shows every Sunday, Monday and Thursday.
Curtain night, 8:30. 25c, 35c.
Phone Ryan's and Have Your Tickets Held
ADVOCATES FEDERAL
CONTROL OF DIVORCE
Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 5. Federal
control oX marriages and divorce was
recommended by Mrs. Orvllle T Bright,
of Chicago, who addressed the National
Conservation congress today as the rep
resentative of the National Congress of
Mothers.
Dr Joseph A. Holmes, director of the
national bureau of mines, declared con
servation in the mining industry de
pends on two reforms, safeguarding
the miners llvs. both as regards ac
cidents and health conditions, and by
stopping the waste qf mine products.
He said 75 percent of the miners were
non-EnglIsh speaking and did not know
of the safeguard regulations
Get ihe Original and Genuine
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A quick lunch prepared in a minute.
Take no saostitute. Askfor HORLICK'S.
Hot in &&& Miik Tstssi
That greasy flavor so
often objectionable in
fried food is never pres
ent when the cook uses
There's a white firmness about
Crusto that is never found in its
imitations.
Crusto is jl great economy in the
kitchen. You can use it overv
and over again even 3fter fry
ing onions in it.
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CHAIBERINO DITCH
IS TO BE CLEANED
Work on Anthony Bridge to Start
Shortly; Wheat Threshed at La
Union; Crop Is Large.
Chamberino, N. SL. Oct. 3. There
will be a. general meeting of the water
users of the Chamberino ditch on Mon
day, at 2 p. m when arrangements
will be made for the cleaning of the
ditch.
There seems to be a large amount of
apples in this part of the valley and
some of the fruit is of excellent qual
ity. It is reported the contractor will
begin work on the Anthony bridge
in the near future. As the river is
now dry it will be an opportune time
to do the work.
Lopez Bros, are threshing wheat at
La Mesa this week. They have one
machine at this place and two at La
Union and they report the yield good,
especially in the La Union district.
J. "VV. Warren has started the erec
tion of a new bridge across the Cham
berino ditch opposite the school
grounds, so that the material for the
new building can be delivered.
FOUR MEN HURT IN
WRECK AT AMARILLO
Amarlllo, Tex., Oct. 3. Four train
men were injured, two seriously, today,
in a wreck on the Fort "Worth & Den
ver, at a point 10 miles south of here.
The injured are. Thomas Huggins, con
ductor, Amarlllo; David Hurley, road
master, of Childress, Tex.; George
Smith, brakeman, Amarlllo; George
Thompson, brakeman, Amarlllo.
Smith and. Thompson are reported to
be injured Internally and may die.
The wreck was caused by the front
trucks of a caboose leaving the track
and being wrenched off.
1
s Try This HomeMade
Cough Remedy
Costa Utile, Bnt Does the 'Work
L
Quickly, or Money Refunded.
1
3E
3EE
Mil one pint of granulated sugar wifto
pint of warm vater, and stir for 2
minutes. Put 2 ounces of Pinex (fifty
cents' worth) in a pint bottle; then add
the Sugar Syrup. Take a teaspoonful
every one, two or three hours.
You will find that this simple rem
edy takes hold of a cough more quickly
than anything else you eer used. Usu
ally ends a deep seated cough, inside
of 24 hours. Splendid, too, for whoop
ing cough, croup, chest pains, bronchi
tis and other throat troubles. It stim
ulates the appetite and is slightly lax
ative, which help3 end a, cough.
This recipe makes more and better
cough syrup than you could buy ready
made for $2.50. It keeps perfectly and
tastes pleasantly.
Pinex is the most valuable concen
trated compoundof Norway white pine
extract and is rich in guaiacol and all
the natural pine elements which are so
healing to the membranes. Other prep
arations will not work in this formula.
This plan of making cough, syrup with
Pinex and sugar syrup (or strained
honey) has proven so popular through
put the United States and Canada that
it is often imitated. But the old, suc
cessful formula lias never been equaled.
A guaranty of absolute satisfaction,
or. money promptly refunded, goes with
this recine. Your drucgist has Pinex or
will pet it for you. If not, send to The
Pinex Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind.
TTHDERSEI.I,
ALL
OTHERS
New Sour Pickles,
per doz
Durham Creamery Butter,
per lb
Durham Guaranteed Egs,
15c
30c
35c
per doz
PER LB. 25c.
IMA REBELS
US
Continued from page 1J)
ed with one of the men, who formerly
worked at the Catalina mine in Can
anea. this was not done. The rebels are
reported to have said to some Mexican
employes at the Presena that they were
going to kill the Americans, as that
would make twoless.
Francisco Flores, of Cananea, was
also held up by the rebels at the camp
and relieved of all ho possessed.
STATE OF TEXAS MAY
GIVE UP OROZCO, SR.
Gov. Abram Gonzales, of Clilhunhu.i,
Akx Extradition of Rebel Chiefs
Father by State Courts.
If the United States federal court
fails to extradite CoL Pascual Orozco,
sr., on the charges preferred against
him in that court, the Mexican gov
ernment has another chance to have
the colonel sent to Mexico to stand trial
on charges alleged to have been filed
in Chihuahua. .,
According to article a, volume 7, of
the annotated federal statutes, em
bodying the treaty of the United States
with Mexico, the right or privilege is
conferred on any of the border states
to have an alleged offender held in the
state in which ha is apprehended and
extradited alter tne lormaiuies gov
erning that action have been complied
with. All that is necessary is to first
file complaints against the offender,
charging him with an extraditable of
fence. The next step is for the gov
ernor of the state in which it is alleged
the offence has been committed to re
quest the governor of the state in
which the offender has been found, to
have him arrested. This particular
right is given only to the border
states.
According to sheriff Peyton J. Ed
wards, Gov. Abram Gonzales, of Chi
huahua, has taken advantage of this
special privilege conferred by tin
treaty. Whether it was at the instance
of the Mexican consul here is not
known. Sheriff Edwards stated Thurs
day morning that several days ago
when he received a message from Gov
Colquitt to hold Col. Orozco as had
been requested by Gov. Gonzales, and
on practically the same day he re
ceived a letter from consul Llorente In
which the consul said he had received
a letter from Gov. Gonzeles telling of
the action that had been taken In the
Orozco case.
CoL Orozco is virtually a federal and
a state prisoner. Sheriff Edwards
stated he was holding him. The fed
eral court at this time has jurisdiction,
and the state courts would not be able
to entertain any action against Orozco
until his case has been disposed of in
the federal court. In the event the fed
eral court holds that Orozco Is not ex
traditable "under the federal laws, then
the state courts will take the matter
up.
Sheriff Edwards stated Thursday
morning that he was informed through
a letter from Gov Gonzales that com
plaints charging Col. Orozco with in
extraditable offence had been filed in
the courts In Chihuahua.
AMERICANS ARE
RESCUED IK MEXICO
Rural Guards Charge Rebel Camp Lib
erating Three Citizens of United
States Held for Ransom.
Mexico City, Mexico, Oct 3. Three
American citizens were rescued by
rural guards today from the rebels
just as they were being compelled, at
the muzzle of rifles, to write letters
tc friends In the capital asking for
money for 'their ransom.
The men were A. B. Skelen, K J. Slat
iery and C. J. Miller. They are civil
engineer and were engaged on rail
way survey "work when they were cap
turned by the rebels and taken to a
camp near Amecameca, 30 miles south
east of here. Their captors Insisted
that they were probably spies or news
paper men and in either case they
should be shot.
A body of rural guards made an op
portune attack on the rebel camp and
the prisoners "were abandoned by the
rebels.
BLANCO FIGHTS WITH
REBELS AT BABICORA
ilx Rebels Killed; Sixteen Taken Pris
oners and 60 Horses Captured by
the Federals.
An engagement between a band of
rebels and Gen. Jose de la Luz Blanco's
command is reported to have occurred
at Bablcora. on the Hearst ranch in
Chihuahua Monday afternoon. The re
port from there says that six rebels
were killed. 16 taken prisoners and 60
horses captured. The fight occurred
between one of the wandering bands of
rebels and the federal troops under
Blanco.
OROZCO COMMANDED REBELS
IN BATTLE AT MLZQUIZ
Laredo, Tex , Oct 3 The Mexican
rebels defeated In one of the most se
rious battles of the rebellion near Muz
quiz, Coahulla, are said to have been
commanded by Pascual Orozco Jr.
The federals brought 90 dead and
wounded to Monterey last night No
accounts of the rebel losses have been
reported.
The federals, commanded by Gen.
Blanquet. numbered 500. Orozco had
400 soldiers.
IUJRAl.ES KEEP REBELS
OUT OF FUNDICIOX, SOX.
Guaymas, Son.. Mex., Oct 3. Rebels
were kept out of Fundicion by rurales
and citizens, but went to the Buena
Vista mine and looted it of all sup
plies. The S. P. de M. has resumed service
to the city of Tepic. This part of the
line was cut by the rebels several
months ago and repairs could not be
made earlier on account of high water.
DECLARES CURES FOR
CANCER WORTHLESS
London Authority on Dbiease Asserts
Only Means of Saving or Prolong
ing Life in By Operation.
New York, N Y., Oct 3. Dr. E. A.
Bashford, director of the London Im
perial Cancer Research fund and the
foremost English authority on cancer,
said in an address before the American
Pathological society here that "prac
tically all of the socalled cures of can
cer announced within the last few years
are worthless." He added that the only
means of saving or prolonging the life
of a person afflicted with the disease
is by operation.
"Cancer kills one man in every seven,"
he said. "In 100 families of six mem
bers each, equally divided between the
sexes, about 61 or more than 10 percent
will die of cancer. It is an important
cause of death, from 35 years on, get
ting rapidly more so as age increases.
Cancer now is becoming more frequent
in young persons."
COLORADO PROGRESSIVES
DECIDE AGALNST FUSION
Denver, Colo. Oct 3 Candidates
and leaders of the national Progressiva
party in Colorado have decided not to
fuse with any party or any candidate
The decision was reached at a confei
tnce attended by candidates and party
leaders representing 45 of the 62 coun
ties in the state.
BROKER ESCAPED WITH
LARCENY OF $100,000
Boston, Mass., Oct 3 Stephen R.
Dow, head of the Stephen R. Dow
& Cjo., brokers, -nhich failed a few
days ago, was arrested today on a war
rant charging him with larceny of
$100,000 from the Franklin Mining company.
HOLD HI
i
EW YDR
SULZEi
Gov. Dix's Name Withdrawn
After Third Ballot Will
Submit Suffrage to Vote.
Syracuse, N. T., Oct. 2. William Sul
zer, representative in congress from
New York city, was nominated by the
Democrats of New York on the fourth
ballot after the name of governor Dix
had been withdrawn. Martin S. Glmn
was nominated for lieutenant gover
nor. It was the seventh time congress
man Sulzer had been a candidate for
the nomination of governor.
When the convention reassembled to
day the principal work remaining for it
to do was the completion of nomina
tions for state officers.
Martin H. Glynn, of Albany, former
state controller, named for lieutenant
governor, was Mr, Sulzer's leading rival
for governor.
After deputy attorney general
Kellogg, of Washington county, nom
inated governor John A. Dix, the roll of
delegates was called, resulting in no
choice. It showed Dix, 147; Sulzer, 126;
Metz. 70; Glinn, 46. Congressman Fran
cis Burton Harrison, not nominated, 21
Q1U.IAM SOLZEie o
votes. There was no choice on the sec
ond ballot, but on the third ballot Sul
zer went to 195, while Dix dropped to
87. Governor Dix's name was then
withdrawn, and on the fourth ballot
Mr. Sulzer was nominated.
Alton B. Parker took the opportunity
afforded by his speech as permanent
chairman of the state convention to
answer his critics at the Baltimore con
vention. In defending himself he also defend
ed the New York state delegation which
was the object of Mr. Bryan's attacks.
The platform adopted ratifies the
Democratic national platform, pledges
Its support to Wilson and Marshall, and
condemns what It styles as the "mo
nopolistic tariff evils" of the Repub
lican party.
Governor Dix's administration is de
scribed as "efficient, clean and eco
nomical." The platform pledges the legislature
to provide for a constitutional conven
tion to pass upon the initiative, the
referendum" and -the short ballot and
declares in favor of submitting the
woman suffrage amendment to the peo
ple "as soon as possible."
CALIFORNIA WILL PUT NAMES
OF ROOSEVELT MEX ON BAVLOTS
San Francisco, CaL, Oct 3. The
question of the validity of the Pro
gressive electoral petitions in Los
Angeles county, raised by Frank C.
Jordan, secretary of state, was decided
by attorney general U. S. Webb, In
faor of the petitioners.
The attorney general's ruling will
allow Roosevelt electoral nominees to
go on the November ballpt by petition,
as well as by nomination of Republi
can state convention held September
24 in Sacramento.
WILSON DEXIES KNOWLEDGE
OF CRANE'S CONTRIBUTION
Princeton, N. J., Oct 3. Gov. Wil
son denied knowledge of a $70,000 con
tribution to his campaign fund by
Charles R. Crane, of Chicago, when
shown the report of the evidence be
fore the Clapp committee yesterday.
"It can't be true," said the govern
or, "or I would have heard of it I
know what the total contributions
were."
He said he was under the impression
that Mr. Crane did not contribute at
all to the pre-convention campaign.
S
DEMOCRATI ELECTOR FROU
NEVADA DIES SUDDENLY
Reno, New, Oct 3. E A- P. Johnson,
one of the three Democratic candidates
for presidential electors and a promi
nent attorney of the state, died sud
denly at his home at Elko. New. this
morning.
What steps will be taken to have
Johnson's place on the Democratic
ticket filled Is not known. The time
for filing the names or candidates has
expired and just what method will be
Imoked in this particular case has not
been determined.
BRYAN GIVEX OVATIOX
BY PEOPLE OF KAXSAS
Concordia. Kans , Oct 3. W. J
Bryan was given an enthusiastic wel
come on his arrival here today. Bus
iness nouses were closed and the
schools dismissed. He spoke 40 min
uates, repeating his attacks upon the
policies of president Taft and Col.
Roosevelt The Democrats, he said,
had done more to bring about good
times and a progressive government
than any other party.
CALIFORNLV XOMIXEE
WILL SUPPORT TAFT
Eureka, Cal . Oct 3 Edward H. Hart
who won the Republican nomination
for congress. In the first California di3
trict primary, and had been regarded
heretofore as a Progressive, has an
nounced that he will support Taft and
Sherman. .. '
Congressman William Kent, Pro
gressive, has entered the first district
congressional race by petition as an in
dependent candidate
NEBRASKA WILL CERTIFY
NAMES OF ROOSEVELT ELECTORS
Lincoln, Neb, Oct 3. Judge P. G.
Cosgrove, iu the district court here,
refused an injunction a3ked by M. M.
Morrlssey, Democratic candidate fqr
attorney general, to prevent the sec
retary of state from certifying the
names of the Roosevelt electors to the
county clerks for printing on the bal
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(Continued from page one.)
dent shook hands with president Taft
just before the banquet of the supreme
council Scottish Rite Masons, at which
both were guests.
President Taft joked with governor
Marshall for a few minutes on the wear
and tear of campaigning and then, both
passed into the ba quet hall, where
they stood side by side in the receiving
line.
TAFT MEN WILL NOT
APPEAR ON BALLOT
California Supreme Conrt Holds That
If He Gets Any "Votea nis Name
Must Be Written in.
San Francisco, CaL, Oct 3. Presi
dent Taft "will be without representa
tion from California in the electoral
college. Not a vote for him can be
cast in the state, unless it be written
in. By decision of the state supremo
court today, electors pledged to him
cannot appear on the November bal
lot as Republicans
The Issue was presented to the court
in the form of an application by at
torneys for the Taft Republican or
ganization of the state seeking to have
made permanent an alternative writ
obtained some days ago directing sec
retary of state Frank C. Jordon to
designate on the ballot as Republicans
the presidential electors named by the
Taft adherents in the convention which
followed their bolt from the Republican
legislative convention at Sacramento
controlled by Roosevelt supporters.
The Roosevelt men have protected
their ticket by obtaining enough pe
titions in accordance with the state
primary law to insure a place on the
ballot The Taft men, however, aban
doned a similar plan.
The date for filing nominating pe
titions has expired, but were It other
wise that outlet would still be closed
to the Taft electors, for the minority
convention which nominated them de
cided not to circulate petitions but
to rely on their membership in the na
tional Republican party, whose nom
inees at the Chicago convention they
were supporting.
SFRECKELS FEELS JUSTLVIED
IN SUPPORTING WILSON
Lincoln, Neb., Oct 13. Before leav
ing for his three days' campaign tour
of Nebraska and Kansas. William J.
Bryan conferred with Rudolph Spreck
els, of San Francisco, president of the
Woodrow Wilson Progressive Repub
lican league.
Mr. Spreckels told Mr. Bryan he was
still a Republican, and after the po
litical campaign he hoped to return to
the party, but In the present fight he
felt he was Justified In supporting the
Democratic nominee.
GOVERNOR JOHNSON
ADDRESSES RECORD CROWD
Rochester. N. Y.. Oct 3. Governor
Johnson, of California, spoke here to
one of the largest crowds that has
greeted him on his campaign tour in
the east Enthusiasm was shown by
the crowd and when all of the space
within the hall had been taken many
remained outside.
HADLEY SUPPORTS TAFT.
Indianapolis. IncL, Oct. 3. Governor
Hadley. of Missouri, will make an ad
dress here in support of the Republican
national administration, according to
an announcement by C. N. Williams,
president of the Business Men's Re
publican club,
VERMONT LEGISLATURE ELECTS
REPUBLICAN FOR GOVERNOR
Montpelier. Vt. Oct 3. There having
been no choice at the state election last
month, the state legislature elected M
Fletcher, of Cavendish (Republican),
as governor,
STRIKERS TIE UP
THE MINES AT ELY
Federation Official 1Iae Not Deter
mined M hcther Strike Will Be At
tempted in Nen Mexico.
Bingham, Utah. Oct. 3. Telegrams
from Charles H. Moyer, president of
the Western Federation of Miners, and
A. L. Wilde, business agent of the
Steamshovelmen's union, to the effect
that the tieup at Ely, "New, is com
plete were received today by federa
tion 'officials in charge of the Bing
ham strike.
J. C. Lowney, executive board mem
ber, gave out this' statement:
"The tieup is complete. No one Is
working In the district"
From Mr Wilde, Yanco Terzich. an
other executive board member, received
the following telegram:
"The shovelmen have struck and will
support the .Bingham strike without
argument"
Mr Terzich said it had not been de
cided whether he or Lowney should go
to the Chlno mines, at Hurley, N. M., to
look after the strike organization there,
nor when the departure -would take
place.
The situation at Bingham shows no
change.
MIXES VT ELY MAY NOT
OPEN AGAIN TniS YEAR
Ely, New, Oct. 3. The strike of the
miners here is complete and the Indi
cations are that the operators will not
attempt to open their mines again thi3
winter. The windows of all the com
pany buildings are being boarded up
and hundreds of men are prepared to
leave the camp The ore supply at the
Steptoe mill will be exhausted .today
and the plant will then be closed down.
SEVEN OUT OF 100
ARE MURDERED
Statistics Gathered by Insurance Jour
nal Shows Large Pcncentagre
of Homicides.
New York, N. Y., Oct. 3. Seven out
of about 100 New Yorkers are mur
dered, according to figures gathered by
an insurance journal here. The sta
tistics covering a score of the larger
cities of the country show, however,
that New York is a very good place
compared with other American com
munities. The rate of homicides per
100,000 of population for other cities
is as follows: Washington, 9.2; Chi
cago, 9.1; San Francisco. 10.4; St
Louis, 15.5; Nashville, 35.3; Savannah,
37.8; Charleston, S. C. 42.3; Memphis,
63.4.
In England and Wales In 1909, with
a population of 35,756,000, the percent
age of homicides was only O.S.
BUSINESS CHANGES IX
TULAROSA DURING WEEK
Tularosa. N. M., Oct -3. Business
changes in Tularosa 'during the week
include the discontinuing of the furni
ture business of J E. Anderson and
J. C. McCllneman The stock has been
shipped to Alaroogordo. where McCllne
man will dispose of it
The Tularosa Valley Tribune office
has been moved to the Wilson build
ing. ETTOR TRIAL POSTPONED
Salem, Mass, Oct. 3 Four jurors had
been chosen for the trial of Joseph J
Ettor, Arturo Giovannjttl and Joseph
Caruso, charged with being responsible
for the murder of Anna Loplzzo during
the Lawrence textile strike of last "win
ter, when the venire of 350 talesmen
became exhausted late todaj Judge
Qulnn ordered an adjournment of the
cise to Oct 14 On that da a new
panel of 350 men will report
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Where Dynamite 'Was Stored Is
Excused From Jury Dutr.
Indianapolis. Ind.. Oct. 3. A jury to
try the dynamite Vases was empaneled
this afternoon. Judge Anderson or
dered the prosecution to begin and dis
trict attorney Miller prepared to pre
sent the opening statement.
Charles G Foreman, of Muncie. Ind.,
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1 was excused from Jury service be
I cause he had formed an opinion as to
I the guilt of the defendants.
I , '2. formed my opinion because right
I behind my house at- Muncie was an-
..uu.j.o o..x Y"c,-c-anigai stored
dynamite and nitroglycerin." said Fore
man. "I couldn't help forming an Impres
sion after that. It cams too near " '
That wa? the vacant house where ac
cording to McManigal. the explosives
were hidden and the children tried to
break in to to play.
touch with him.
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