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ALiimtTsiaus miawQ hjehalb, Friday, febritaey ut 1013.
ik mm mm
I THE SENATE
imfcriUfc Gov. ICoIfcnald'a
mm As to Compensation of
ike Semnts of the People
THAN IK THE HOUSE BILL
Speetal DWastcfc to Svealasr Hrrnlill
St r"0. N' AT.. F"eb. 1 Qntft
houe or, the leaflslatwre vere in pt-
tnm mormng nut. nothing or any
great Imparlance vv-a transacted. In
the eenate the chief Interest centered
la the Intrndaetlon by Senator Sic
Coy of senate HH No. 129, fhang the
ealtirles of county offices. This bill
Hi mik to have the sanction or Qav
ftmor MoDonald awl to embody the
ine of tm executive In tho mntter
of rtHnty wikirlM.
SojU of tiovrrmW'g SMary ijlll.
im mii divide the counties Into
nve a, based upon their amsowed
vacation exactly aa in the bJU whloh
recently based the hHufia rmfFnm-
uvea ann wnien is now pclpUufg In
Tn lUn nrt c!.ii counties, saktrlas
are provided us roilows:
County nemtnlsrloner. $700.
Treasurer, ts.000, which Is to In
dude all deputies.
Assessor, t S.OOO, which to to In4
oiwoe an deputies and onkx oxioris.
Hhcrlff. ts.300 with one deputy at
jm.svu ami n jailor ni jaoo.
County dork, $2,000. with $1,!98
ior uiHtrjct court clerK. jp. easos
wnere tne receipts or the olllee run
or SS.OOO tho county elerk Is ni.
lowed an additional N.S0O for eourt
oiem or deputies,
Probata Judge, $600.
Kuhool superintendent, $1,800.
In eountlen or the first and second
cliMeftS upon order of the dhilrlai
Judge sheriff may employ additional
deputies within certain limits fixed
by the law. mterllTa and deputies are
allowed their traveling expense white
ongHgca in me aorvioo or criminal
t roe and also traveling expenses
f prisoners, the Recount to bo ap
proved by the district Judgo and dis
County commissioners and probate
judges aro allowed their actual trav
eling expenses when attending meet
ings, provided their resldcnco Is away
from the county seat
County school mipcrlntendents nro
also allowed their travellnir expenses
whilo visiting schools In their coun
ties Out In no case must this Horn
exceed $300. The hill does not spec
ify whether this $300 la to bo per year
r during the term of ofllce of tho
For feeding prisoners sheriffs are
allowed as follows: For five or Iom
76 cents per day; for more than nvo
and Ins than ten. .0 eonts each tier
xlay; for JTver rt,40 Writs ttor 'GUT
for each prisoner.
County commlsoloncM are required
to furnish tho various oOlcors with
oil necessary stationery.
CQunty ofllcera are required to
charge and colleet all Tees and mile
age for servlee. aa is now or may be
hereafter authorized try law, and to
turn these foes and mileage over to
tho eounty treasurer on the tenth day
of each month, and they ar alfto
required to aocoant for and turn over
alt fees and itther monies eolloated
by thnm since tfcoy qunlllied for orTtoo,
which, in most oases, was In January.
Bonator llarth made a motion that
the nrlntine of tho bill bo dispensed
with. This was opposed by Sonator
Look this over "before
giving your jay-day or
der: 12 cans Carnation
Milk : $1.25
12 lbs. Mexican
Beans , 50o
R. E. P. and Empress
12 cans Green
12 cans Assorted
12 ofins Assorted
3 oans 'Good Sar
2 Nice Mackerel 2do
75o jar Club House
Stuffed Olives... 60c
35o jar Bed and
Green Chili 25o
Home Banolt Eggs. , 35o
Kansas Banoh Eggs 30c
Chase & Sanborn's
Coffees. 30o to 45c lb.
We can save you money.
nn. wuwi (jmjm
mn and the Wl -was referred to the
The llllilclft bill ttttemitnir Ami rnir
wwUmb motor vtmlcteei was paired uy
i vot r 32 to 2. A meffaflnger
utm in mm ho HRnouneea tro paw
agt? by that body (Ho bill proVId
tm. Alariw for dltttVet uimrnavM. ah
ltnkrlMtni monei' for the Kun Dlriro
Jtposltlsn and cmblfchln tho stale
tf!$f at Albutiuoroue. Under hum
PftMlon ot tho ilea tho fair bill wk
fjMcvreti s mo eommiueo on nnanee
A' rwert from tho oommUtco may
ibotlHicua arly nejtt week. Tho
senate adjourned till 10 o'clock
llnuxo Paiwe ttic Tripp Anll-Tralu
The house this morning passed tho
4npp in ii wwm prohibiiB tne drlnj
log of intoxicating lluuora on rail
road irnlns. An effort to amend tlie
not so as to make the prohibition it
Ply to dining and buffet cant fallud
i'ohfv uiu ko, ,y carior. an
h to vailUdle acknowledgment be
rore tT. s. t'fimmiwtonwr. was also
jintMl An pfforj to pass the I.ueoni
inree-ceni rnre hiii was strongly op
iHiseu oy .vienois or ourry anu was
iwommuteii nner Mr. I.ucern ha.l
mdo n vigorous speech in lt defepc.
(luting whloh ie WB8 several tJines
caned to order by the speaker.
Tho Carter employers" llabllltv ia
name tip en third reading and was
recommlttel to the coimnu'ct nn
railroads, iipup motion f hie. Ca
tron. Who hola that he blfl In lis
present rornt mi not satleTAtftory. Tlrt
ltous IS in fMM on lltIM nrifirminn ami
It Is ospeetod that adjotirnmenv will
ue taKen until aionday.
Plan of Ohioans to Feature
Disfigured Emblem of the
Hepublican Party Is Frown
Ity Leased Wire to livening Herald
Columbus, o, Feb. 1.-Htatlng
that a Xwaiarw might bu tJlniv
ef the ItrauRural Mmutltte t ifadh
ington. ha written a tettwr U Clark
C. Doughty, who la tn oharge of the
Ohio delegation which will attend the
Inauguration of President-elect W'll
son. piotoHtlDR against the use In the
Inaugural parade of an elephant,
"Iillnd In nu eye and somewhat di
lapidated." The Ohio delegation hed plannwl
to havo u Donkey, reprosnting the
Domoeratlc pitrty, lead the elephant
representing the llopuhliean party at
tho head of the Ohio delegation.
Tho plan wan to have a largo patch
over tho elephant's wo and largo
patches on his aide. The committee,
however, does not object to the don
key. Mnrv (itutriN Kor WIlMin.
Princeton. N. .. lb. ll Tl sunrtl
of socral service men wtth Preetaent
eleet Wilson wus douMttd tiulav. Two
operatives have been with the gevor-
nor constantly since election day.
Tho reason for the sudden Increase
was not divulged.
FIVE INDICTED IN
Threo Representatives and
Two Senators Must Answer
Charges of Accepting Bribe
'harlestown, W. Va.. Keb. 14. The
specinl grand jury summoned by
Judge Henry IC. itlack. to consider
the charges of bribery In oonneellun
with the Trilled State senatorial
campaign thte Htorimbn retunieil Ave
Indictments. The ImUoiml are: lk
gateM IimvI.I Hill, 11. P Atrtmry and
Katli nuft. and Senator U. A. tfinlth
and l K. G. Itliodes.
The men were charged with felon
ousiy melvlnsr hrilsea. They ware
mIho indlctMl for a Misdemeanor bat
thu ayact charge waa not MeWU ite
ii . The grand jury is to conaHler ai
dttKniMl evWoMca which it la staled
Pris uior Townsend will lay bafore
Intense Interest .intcr.-rt on the
next report which may not hi- made
tor several days
Annual Cash Clearance Sale
Rapidly Developing Into
Most Sensational Bargain
Stunt of the Season.
With the progress or te great an
nuui rush i lea ra ace sale of the OoM
en Itule Dr Oooeki owpay. the
management is apparently getting
more and more reckless Ih the way
it i slashing right and led at the
priivs. so that i lie big tetlui'tioas, re
iilit sensational reductions, apply to
ir iieH) everything in the big
kim Tomorrow the aatunlay shop
per i in he confronted with such a be
Hii.ierina uesorinieat of liaraalu op
lriiniiies that she will Hardly know
ttiiere io slop. The opportunity,
however. Is not all one for the eswiH.
but for the men as well. wliHass t
inarkatiiy attractive hargIR ill man's
suits at lea (loirs rs Tw41sarrn' at
going to ue in many repaeu Ih
ealesi dgy f this g real eat Ml MM
nainiiaiiiiiii m aeaaapMl to
handla Ut Mgtet rnajk atfiw the sale
, . xaa,' MNMMIaHA . moV. ... , .
BAH GN ELEPHANT
t fr'-n-M fgjir atlMl 'MliVll ITIItaWlail
MUm H E RD
TO TRAVEL HERE
Bunoli Desirous of Wearing
Antlcn. to Be Hoped and
Branded By Albugucrquu
Lodge ih March,
20 APJPMCANTS AND
50 ETiTTS AWP. nnTTWfJ.
Plfty fuN Hedged Klks from Sor.
orro. MagttHleim and Kelly, oscorttirg
twenty trembling oandjdatoa fratn
Magriansna aro planning to rharter a
Sptvtal train ami tuako the tnp tn
Atbuquarque far March 11-13 or
ilaun U-13 la orttar to allow Albit -
queriu lodge to Initiate the claw
with due form and oaremony and.i
under proper auspices. Tti tentative
platw nf tha Iodo hero include a
moker for the
le men to bo given oh
no iirsi nigitt and u unnnust and
aanew ror the gentlomen and ladles
on thtt second nlnht for b It kaowii
tlwt the 8rro county bunch Hrtt all
Kdlng to bring their Indies with them.
it is ex n w tad that this will bv on
of the rouslngeet old Hlk Rtunta over
puiiad off and th IochJ proparatJons
are being Martwl on an etdbor&ta
At the meeting Wednesday nlRht
ut wiiicii oy the nay two more efindl-
iintoa were nit elod. maklntr SOB In
all itxalied ltuter o. a. Matson ap-
Ullnlxil MM thw rtmtnttlnn nt lliu Mue.
flalona tmd. W 11. iloildunl, .1. P". (eul-
lorton. i. is. tioMgio. neorge Keith,
5m MoPherson and the followlnir
looul siautlliig romnittUoa will tmniflo
It at this and; entertainment commit -
I mi, H. U. Orone, rhalrman: club room
rommlttet-. Harry Benjamin, rhalr
man. The lodge has aakeu ror a spec
ial diflpnnsatloii nlionlisg It tn Initiate
a cbtsM of more thnn .'" nt one time.
Kansas Senator Protcsrs
Against Way Army Officers
"Flit" Around Washington
in Government Cars.
(lly Leaded WTrc to ICvciilitg llcrnhl.)
Washington. Keb. It. Rviiator
llristow declared the wm army offi
cers "flitted about Washington In
government automobiles was scur
dalouo." whoa the army appropriation
bill came up loay aad offared an
amendment to limit army vehicles
here to those drawa by mules or mo
tor trucks. Mule-drawn carriages,
he thought wouM reduce their deairo
Sonator Towwuend wanted to know
why the Kansas senator did not limit
It to oxen. The senate, however, vot
ed down th.- mule proposition, which
had XI vot.- in itx Tut r. and aaod
Hesuined debate on army
IDtoKrtct of I'alambia approprla
tlw Mil saar4a.
Iniaeatata oomm- e vommlt
laa vaMMsred railroad valuation
River ana Harbor appropria
lb mi bill ropurtawi.
fonataersd private pension
goutbweatern traMc subject or
shipping truat lnveatlon
Tarriterkw committee heard
Alaskan ploa far tegislation per
iitlMlng entry men to prove coal
claims la court.
Passed diplomatic ana consu
lar appropriation Mil carrying
Hegan debate nn aunual pen
sion appropriation hut dairying
Soientists Seek to Show That
Hyde Resorted to Devilish
Means to Kill Swope.
(lly laiiiMtd Who 10 Mvenlng llamlil.)
Kansas 'll). Keb. l The alleged
ua or dlphtheriH rms h Dr. B.
'lark Hvde as the point emphasis
ed by the "Pile MiIm srsrton t
tha trial of Hvde p.i the murder ef
Thomaa h Mwope ur. K. l. Ntawnrt,
a bactetioioRui, i. kilned that Hydo
used a imrt ..t , n tine of dlnhtherta
ornis fimiinh. it t.ini tiv Mtewart and
afterward denied u-ina them. I
"What would he the effect la dink. I
thelM serms wr injected Into Tha i
bloo.1" Alton,, i Weed, for Ihe alnte.
aakod. . i
"Diphtheria polaonluf. whleli g
most verib and often falai srnntd saw I
BR1STQW SMS ARMY
JOY RIDING IS
BILLS MAT ALL
BE HELD UP
Attacking Democratic Ex
travagance Declares" All
Should Fail of Passage.
PRESIDENT TAFT VETOES
THE IMMIGRATION BILL
Washington. I'eb. 11. In u spem-h
Httacking the ' extra ..gsiil approprl
.atloiis ,,f th. 1
I auw "i iiw I'vmaerHtm nwtirusnn
tatlve Kmldenberry Uxlay tvM the
Hoik that III congealed maie of up
propriatlon Mile should t allowed to
11a renil)tHHtliNl that Ut bills go
ovar uhUI the next mhkim. when
tltflr cattltl bo i in tho Items In
KHwgtt all krttnihfci of tjie ifv
ornment. Mr. ttodaeitborri offered to
XZ, - .
JITJ?!;., 1 "V ' 'I 'S!
rtl effort to prevent
e biiia, ami prom-
ertcd 04'iion Wer
taken, to ! nil in him butter ti ik-
vent their isgo.
Tnrt yoiiH Immlarulhui Mill,
Washington. feh. H. -I'iudnt
TnQ today votoMl the Buruelt-Qil-ilhgltnm
InunlKraUt.il bill. In a brier
special mcMiHge in his own hand
writing which he rushed to the aeii
itto Iqte tfHtsy tut mt out the reaeono
rbr hw aPtlon. Th HHterary toet wa
vigorously opposel b maay foreign
govorrmente whicli had liulaed pn
trnte ugfilnsi othor ppovtaaoas. which
they cintmed ware in viola linn of
The president In lite voto mvasuge
drtlated. "I do this with great re-luctant-,-.
The hill contains many
valuable amendments to the pr..,iit
Immigration law, which will hanm
greator oertalnty in excluding uiiae
slrable ImmigrantM. The bill reoalt
eil strong supKrt In both houses ubd
was recommended by un able com
mlaelon uftcr an extended litveHtSga
tlon ana arfully drawn oiuluaMi.
"Hut 1 can not make up my mind
l sign a bill which In It chief mro-
vision violate a principle that was; The renowned lloyt success "A
In my opinion to he upheld in deal- Bachelor s Honeymoon. ' with a Ittat
lug with our iHimigratitiii. I refr to I chum romiwii) Is going to hit Albu
tlx literacy test. For the reaaons queruue's funnybone with a dull thud
stated In Heeretary Nagel'a letter t'o Februr ;i. nc ordlns to J. W.
me. I citn not approve that test. Th Anderson, advance maa. who la la
secretary's letter accompanies this, "the city today Making arraiscwneHta
JUDGE RAYN0LDS DRAWS
JNiiM'JtiS Ul' THE J UllOllS I
Judge ItMMiuldn Hi the district I
court tod.ix lrc Id. u.ihle" .if .'7 .
men f. gi.iml yn -. 1 1 . ithd Ki 1
men for pctn ur .rv i r.r t ti -
term ..f ...uri which i to iicmn ,..n ,
'l.i ,M..i h 1 T i
Dozen Models, in Every Size!Evilenoe of F,lct Thftt Citizen
and Color Turned Out From 1
Faotory, in Procession
Through the Streets.
A parade of a doaan Bulck automo
bile from the aantu FV freight h'U -
10 me i-oieman-Blaiik garaxe, But'i
and Central attracted much alien-
It Ion on the street, today. The ibW , " ' ' Z, . ,
Huh-ks Included ev..ry model turn. 1 1 " fKTi ",9? foWant 11-
!..u. th. factor, at the pr-aent time runent th"rTaa 'iS, ?'
.nil e.,eh marbln. was Mlnt. ; ... uii-i" ff. V" h.- T .Kf . .
her. nt eolot'K .1...1 .tvi.a r u 1 " "" 'heir accident busl-
lot ." ., i-hiini 1ivxas ih.. iL,nm lm rM"" -eprtented almost n-
.illaltv in Alliti'i'ii nine an. I elseuloi.
. ...... n
ihriMiKbout the Hiate. took ot.r a
tlve minaKeiiieiir ot the . ur alt.r
tho reaihe.t !!) Karaga ioda
Advance iGunrd of Club Own-li
ers EiiBngod in Disoussing
Possibility of 168 Game
i (Hi I.OHMHI wire to litutiliig llsralil.)
1 "in. Aen , ran. ii. xne an-
mum., s'niril or iii Westara League
lul. o.wieir iea hed Lincoln today
pr. i.,.i,itury p. ihs meet) tig or the
Prank lsbell .r th Dee Moines
liil. and frank e,Mullen of the
Wichita, Kansas, team. fHhd Un-
"in this morning and traps closeted
"lib M. I, Jones, president of Ihe
Uncoin Huh, these man with ISd Han
Ion of Mloux ''It. tstlgf: the msmhers
of th schedule comHHUm.
nisruaeton or a if c game schedule
ni.iiHUJ Ik. .. . . Ik- . k
i uw inv hi 1 1 ii ttva v. ii.v t.irw
men. w i
-me committee may deie op a
164-gam schedule, reversing the de-
claioii reached last rfovsmber at
meeting ln Milwaukee
Tne son erne t.,
s riuind the I'lrcuii
Of three is V
hat cl i - iY
expected to pie. utitate X
otan when the club owners convene
naludday tor Hie rsttlnr hiuoii.
Meeting of Ihe leagH.
Double Hiogtaph (omdy Pa.iim
Hoar Ailoiliul .IuIiumUii Duail.
l'artmouth. X 1L. W6. tl. - Hear
AHtifml aerUsmr U. JnlllaMiH. I'. X.
W . id. dtad at afctMJttW Here lo-
dnr. tin waa bara al fMBsMil. Ilitu ,
hi III It and atUeradltM mtvy Ih
aMntr ratlrsd In lti.
Mrs. Dora Snyder Claims Her
Husband, Rollo R. Snyder
Choked Her and Frequently
Alleging cruel uml' Inhuman tre,it
meiit. .Mf. Dora 8nitler, through her
auoriiey, reux inioa, nieil a stilt hi
(he dlstrlet atiurt today, asking a di
vorce and tho omitody of her lhre-ar-ohl
child. In the complaint,
Mm. Hnyder clalma that her huslwiui
choked her ami slruck hor In tno
faee nn iiHinernue oecMslmis, oallwl
Sier vllo l mm en mid threateniNl lo hilt
ior and her hahy, and tlirouiened to
Cldnap the ohlld. Jt is further al
Utgenl that Snyder Is a habit out
drunkard. The Buyders were mar
ried June It. 198. Mnwler w . it
d yexiardae lo appear before Judge
Craig on Hattmlay and show uanee
why he should not be put undr a
peace i.ourt. The ciutlon tollowe,!
an alleRed threat to kill Mia.
Sirs Mtiydvr wes Iw-fore her mr-
riBHC miss isors IVhik hump. She b
an acuomiiifii.i pimiini mikI has gain
eil fame lo.Bllt a hu h oinpanlt for
1'rof. Di Muur... tin lollnlst.
"A Bachelor's Honeymoon,"
Guaranteed to Be Plumb
Ohuoking Full of Merriest
Kind of Ha-Ha's.
ror tne presentation or the play at tha
Klhs theater "I will guaruntee that
tills IM nHf .if Ih.. hnthlMi rmiuiad
fomedlee .,u hv.. . er seen in Al
mi I Mr Anderson to-
IT DEPT. OF
of New Mexico Patronize
Home Industry; Novel
That tho itiaens of New Mexbo
patronise home industry le evi-
dem-utt by the fact that the Occidental
iii(.ii M,,k.i r n mnuih... h... u. i .. ... ..i..m
Itecently, however, they have Inaug
urate! I the lomi.ien lul depart men t,
a Inch deals with high class accident
and health insurance sold on the an
nual, semi-annual and quarterly phut.
- .,,--,., j Hivniiiiiii iriafi.
This department Is under the direct
I management or Mr. i A M. Wlllaou.
iH haa been iM.l engaged With
the i l.lental aini-e its Infancy anil
"tin has made a Miei lalt of accident
t The N'ew Model Poll, y Is Ihe rtrsl
I'lodU't of Ihln ilep.irtlliellt. having
mat I.Ci-ll . oiniileteil unit .innrovelt
I Stile ll .iii..m to be ..II that uny)
HOYT SUCCESS IS
COMING HERE ON
For Saturday Only
n . f. FLOUNCING
uenuine Linen , .
TORCHON LACE values up lo 6Sc
all widths a yard. Special
5c yd. 35c yd
Mirr n i ri-i'd.j.'jiism.urj?r-jitJasi
1 (IN ' UN.t
one ottlihl Ask. In Inif M&y ot protee-
or Indemnity for
loss of time
ueuiuant Or ll llnoa of linv ila-
surlplion. Ifa pliraltdolifky is eleur
uml tho compilation such as vuht
indicate the eMltnlimtluii or uu nn
trovemy In cluiiti sotilcnieni
As n wholo ll Ih nliTi.i iil.nl p.-h y
lliut should mnot with nnu It lav el
SUNSET COMPANY WILL
That the Hunset Alliiliiir an. I
Rmeltlug I'umpatiy will have a I rt
ton oapitelty smolter furtltu-o going t
CorsltloR litsttlo of sixty days, is the
etMpnieut made by President w I-'
StnToy of tho oninimny, In Ihe city
IfMhiy. The smelter, It Is stated, will1
hati'iil gold, silver, copper uiid sine'
ustiim ores and tho name force oi I
liion will nlternutely opcrute the mill
ami Mtnnltlhir iiliinl Ii
tlml n. groat dm I or urn Is being tk. .i
dill oi ine iirn ifi-ani lie .. ,.,.rL.
(tig1 titfctar lease, this output iiieluilin
mutih hTgh griido gold ami silver ore.
lly ihu um or motor trucks between
tho plant and Tom Payne mil-., the
OliUWIiy expects lo errert -living of
sOlliethllig like two doilm i.Hr too
on Its orv.
TLIIICHCt'MKSIS MAY KIM,
OP1" AliASUA.V XATIVHS
"TnberculnatH wilt exterminate the
native population or AUska in the
course or sixty to seventy years ir not
eradicated at onoe." says Ir. Kmil
Kmllah. of the public heolth servt.e.
raportliMc to the Palled Htnte cm
mlsaioiier of education. "1 am of the
orlnion that IK per cent of the entire
population Is infected with tubercu
losis In either the active or the latent
stage. With the advent or the white
man into the territory the native has
contracted his lhHM. with the rui
that tNhsrrnmeta ami other dlsenwn
are degenerating and depopul.itme
ir. Kruiion naa just returned tr
ii seven months' trip through m .nk .
where he went on special .i.i.ui p.
xamlne the physical condition of Die
natives. He fonnd the horn n.ti
tlon reepiinslhle for much nt the mix
ery that eslsts While In some cn-
native house compare ravor.-ihlv with
those or white people, Or. Krullsh tell
how In the crowded, unventiiat. .1
rooms of most of the villa .ill eat
from the ame dian. drink from the
same tee pot spout. na the same t.w i
and expectorate on the an me ttoor it
Is under conditions like these th.it the
native pnoulatloa of Alaska decr ie.
1 1.6 per cent between ItMiO and lt'
The situation is by nn means hop. -Uaa.
however. If further remedial mea
sures are taken at once, according t
Dr. Krullsh. He points out that n
Sitka, where for th Hr years precert
fng 11! Dr. M. II. Poster, of the put.,
lie health service, found nn sniinil
death rate of 5 and a birth rat. or
or a net bias of 13 per thousand, the
death rate during the past -r .
but is per thousand. The Improvement
in Alskan pondltlana al Mltks ami
eineweie is attributed by Dr Krolivb
hieflv to the inHueMcn So. erf .. .f
pin i"inn, nuraes. teachers and b.
t i! now under 'ie hiwi-'iu '"
i tion This demonstrate, he .(
i.-n that the outlook for tlx- .
i t bettaemani of the neaHh condi
tions of tho nail rev m encouraging and
he task feaalble. "Olve the native a
white man's chance." says Dr. Kniii-h
ari.l I am positlte that he will i
ni'imd equally aa well."
t'onsnlerablp extension of ihe m ill
al service is urged by Dr. Kullnh IP
recommend that natlvea mifT.rit.i;
from tuberculosis, venereal al .
(!iM-nes be removed to properly e.
p... hospitals for tteatment. tl.' H '
limber of trained nurse ni-i"''l
for field work be Increased, ate I th it
the important educational work r tin
nurse, whereby Ihey teach tnot'ii
Hie proper care and feeding of ltit.un-
leanlln in the homes, and oti.-r
i eceseary priHclple of healthful liv
ing, be more adequately provide. I for
than the present funds will admit
While giving due credit to the .tc
ent medical service, )r Krulli.li .P
elates that It Is entirel., InadeqiiHt. t
the demand. "At preent there in no
appropriation available f r the et.i
Hon of hospitals'' he assert
though these Institutions fe m-fn.n'.
for the proper treatment of case Tin
ph.vslclans pow employe 1 nn workinu
nt ; dlsadvaniaga In rented huHlm.:K
that nro unsulted for Ihe treatnu nt or
the h k. while many of them haw no
hospital facilities al nil, hut men Willi
tills equipment good real ills are tietnir
accomplished The present inedi. al
work should therefore he extended .tut
I'Iki eil uion a Hi in and permaiu nt
tin eta. ,
l'li liiriH- I'usilipe
lit II". ll 1 LT l I veil tv
11 N ! I
300 Men's Suits and Ovor
coats; late stylos, dosir
able colorings, porfoot
tailoring; valuos to $125.
On sale at
Slz, Burl & Packard antl
other famous nutkex of
men's, shoos; broken lots,
but all sixes in the n snort
ment; valuos to $6.00. On
500 Men's Spring Clolt
Shirt ; wide variety of
patterns: all sizes; vaiurs
to 1.50. On sale ut
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