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i:iti:ritv i. lllinoisllnvcstlgation Discloses Greater Misconduct on Part "of Officials. S M i l: DAY. I MH AT WAIT UNTIL W$ ;:MMzmd I Gross Kelly it Co. J Will TOO LATE teiteSyi (iiia,--::--!- There is Too .Much Serious pfT' I S$$S& ) Kidney and lildddcr b -.jaaV4',-ri,wN-':- " K ' I" ( U Trouble Here Now. M$WT "TWHS-1 I WKa LcoU Tin- flli I'm- I '11 ill I - ..I i :i -:in - pi i- !: ; i" -'- 1 .; i".r ..f :.. .ix.- A. Z. m i it -1 i i:.-'i 1- ill.-IM.', uU- ' .!.- illll f il- 1 !H' i II.- I 1 I 1 In- "il ' r. -s'. i ,i in t Ml a i in . I . 1 !i ji : i -!i ; . U" i : 'i- li.i I iv- ii ! : '-.1 f " in ll t ' i ii- iziv'.',, i:i.-.i;i. hi. n Ili-'-i i ! : J 1 i ...i in 1 v i.i. II.-!.- .i. i- mini. ..f i nl' I h i- policy : wi.i ...in ii. n.iii-ii, !!.; it!-. I hi.! ii-,, ..f I,!,' hp : i'.' ; J..T .-i-nJini; liin: t'ufr.-. M 1 1 I'..! ik. it! " ' ' I " r.-1 a a .i) . I f; -u-yl!;-!! '"' .i 1 J.-;):!, .1 :..) f i "!li . s,.im . I. f I for .- . c K - .t it !i- hi -; ii o .-: 's tin vv f : o in ii v iiiiii. Ar--iit L iiu'DH ic:'- instiic f 11 1 ' I .1 iv- Ilitlo-S illiil.l, U .1 Mill .' .' J ,lWt, t'i 'ZC to iluath. - John l.o-k r. "p'.i fully" lit.mk n li'.'.il' oT I :ll !"..i .u-i.i Ullit'll the nii'w ul'i.1-::: ni ' :i l.'.ily pl.u ''.I l.y hi-l..-1-.tk-. John I'itisjn, w .uidi'icl iirt.iy. Ki!l- -d l.y a r.iilroiid tra An ii una mt'.i woman wandered a.vay. dii-il in lillzit.ird. Frederick Wi'liiT, scalded to death wliiip licinR bathed by an incoinpt-t-c-nt attendant. leorge Wright, a lu-lpl. .-s paraly tic, met the same file. Ir. Zcllcr ii fust's to inip.ist- any los ruint upon the insatv icrsinf In hi keeping. Hup Insane murderer, lin killed his if ami six children, has the freedom iif the huilditiKs and grounds with only a y.uinK woman to guard him. More charges were made fiR.iin.st the officers of the Pontlac reforma tory for boys by a former prisoner. Among the horrors' of the- place, It Is alleged, are a "fire hole" and a form of punishment similar to the celu brated "water cure" of the Philip pines. The method of the "water cure" punishment said to have been practiced at Pontlac, Is the same ns that which was used centuries ago. A prisoner Is bound helpless while- on him beats a ceaseless suc cession of drops of water, drip, drip, drip, until the tiny splashes filially lm pose the agony of trip hammer blows and the sufferer loses his reason. Among the other charges of cruelty, the former prisoner says, are: Guards carried blackjacks and loaded canes and knocked men down for such misdemeunors as failing to keep step in line. Prisoners were, hung up by their wrists for long stretchi, their daily nourishment being a slice of bread find a cup of water. A blow in the face was the frequent reply tJ a plea for medical attend ance. Prisoners were kept locked In cells as long as two years at a time. t'luiinlHTiaiii'i Vxio Itcimily a I'a vorlio. "We prefer t'hamberlaln's t.'ough ltemedy to any other for our chil dren, " says Mr. I.. J. Woodbury of Twining. Mich. "It has also done the work for us in hard colds and croup, and we take pleasure In rec ommending it." For sale by all drug gists. o I ROPOSAUS Full l.SLMMIN"GP. Iiepartmcrit of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs, Washington, DO. .Jan. 10, 1908, Sealed Proposals, plainly marked on the outaide of the envel ope "Proposals for liuil.lings, San Juan School, N. M.," ami addressed to the Commissioner of Indian Af fairs. Washington, D. C. will be re ceived at the Indian Office until 2 o'clock p. m., February IS, l'jfls. f ir furnishing materials and lalir to construct school building and hos pital at the San Juan school. New Mfxico, in strict compliance with the plans and specifications which may be examined at this office, the of fices of the New Mexican, Santa Fe, X. M.: Citizen, Albuquerque, N. M ; Kvaning Herald. iJurango, Colo.; I'.uilder and Contractor, Iis Anodes. 'a'.ir.; Jiuiiders and Traders Kx changes, St. Paul, Minn., Minncipolis, Mli.n.. Omaha, Nebr.: Northwestern Vanuf u tuiers' Association, St. Paul. Jvi.nn.; U. S. Indian W'arehous. s at -bii ac i. 111.. St. Iiuls. Mo.. Omah i, Nel.i , and at the school. For fur-t'lr-r . .formation apply to Win. T. Sin I'.ni, .Supt., Shlproik, N. M. F. l.A i : ! t A MHIO. Acting Coinnilsslon.-r. Itert ltarber. of F.lton, Wis., says: ' I have only taken four doses of your Kidney and Bladder Pills and they have dne for mo more than ai. y other medicine has ever done. Mr liar be r refers Pi UeWitt's Kidney nn, I madder PilK They are sold by .1 11. o'Kielly Co. o , Our shbt and collar work Is per fect. Our 'IfOMIiSTIO liMSIl" Is tie proper trting We lead other I illnw IMI'I HIM, LArMIIIY CO. JCi dol is a scient.fic preparation of vcgetabl,. acids with natural digest- nnts and contains the same juices found In a healthy stomach. Each dose will digest more than 5,000 grains of good food. Soi l by J. H. ( 'Welly Co. Pl-U'i: KAP1IU.Y lllX'OMINt; i-iu'i i.tii tin: fashion iri'i: I'lriioNs in Ki.i:i it m:ni. It don't always pay to get UUcour i.ed became wlsur lieadi have fail ed before you. 'I'.-k.- . f 1. i r ii. A K'vat :i- . 'i i - . .! k ' I . ,. 1 ' n i ' i .i 1 ' 1 t iv t . ;. o !. . ; t !" .: : n. a . Ma 1 1. t ' , . - i : ;. ..... 1 i ! i . i . 1 1 1 . i . . .-. i : . A-' .iiii'-.o ; j -:,i i h . ; ,. . i ;''! I, .. k -ii - "I- i iro.i ..f 'no I . ! .1 t is I 1 1 .1 i I : l! ' S l! II i i 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 I i ii.i'i.:-. "til i. notify t!i,. mi'f.....' t'l.it h. ! ' Is .-.on. ' 1 1 i n -J V. ;o; 2; v (l 1 l','-. 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To- ni'.ni il Hin t nil of t o k 'In' 'vs. -o ihey will sif, a. nl -.tiai'i t'n- poi-mi- ni- a--'( matter, uri. ; , . : . i . .1".. fi om the bloo.l, piirif.iiK it a: ,1 tvli.-vin l h'U nia I ism. Itai'Ua.ln' ,ill be n -iweil. tiie lirliii' will be n.illrali...il mil cle.ireil iiml no loiiL'.-i- a cans,, of irritation, thereby overcoming such svmptonis as weak bladder, painful l'reiUent ami other urinary tlifUcul : ii'S. This worth trying and may p'-ove jiist vvliat many people here need SALT RIVER VALLEY WILL SEND BIG R. D. Yoakum Says That Arl zona Real Estate Men Are Getting Interested. Ii. D. Yoakum, of St. Louis, agent for the Atlantic & Pacific land interests In New Mexico, who has just returned to his headquarters here from a vllt 1 Phoenix, Ariz., says that the board of control of the National Irrigation congress can ex pect a largo horticultural anil vege table exhibit from Phoenix and the fertile Salt Kiver valley of Arizona. Mr. Yoakum Bpent several days In Phoenix and did quite a little boost ing for the coming Irrigation con gress and Interstate Industrial expo sition as is evident from several newspaper articles resulting from In terviews. He ald this morning that he discussed the congress with Gov ernor Klbbey, W F. Murphy, builder of the Maricopa branch. K 3. lten nett, one of the leading real esale men of Phoenix, and several others interested in the Improvement of Arizona, and all were heartily in fa vor of Phoenix sending an exhibit t Albuquerque to the congress. Phoe nix had tin exhibit at the Irrigation congress held at Sacramento, Cal., and the people are sorry now that they did not. While no definite movement In the matter had been made before he left, Mr. Yoakum said that lie was sure that one was forming and that an exhibit from the Salt Kiver valley could be depended upon. NOTICi: lt)K l"l IH.HVTHKN. 1 1. pa i tmer.t of the Interior, Land "f lice at Santa Fe. N. M., Jan.'lT 1'JOS. No.iie is hereby given that Juan II. I. trio I.opez. of Cuhero, N. M., has tiled notice of his Intention to make tinai tive-yeur proof in suport of his claim, viz: Homestead Entry No. t'etui, made April 17. 1U01, for the KVj Si:1. Section 34. Township 11 N . Uatige s W., and that said proof will h,. maile before George II. Pradt, r S. Comiiilssioner, at Laguna. N. M .. on Murv li 16. 1908. He nanus the following witne.-vses o prove his t ontpiuous residence upon, and t u'.tiv.itlon of, tile land, viz: Jo-e Abeit i, Yictorino Morttano, Gorgotilu Fifip-ioi, M . T. otero. all of Cubero. N. M. m a n I't.ii i :. oTi:no, Register. Round Eyes TIB. 1 iiMs vr ntnii:. iki; i: ism mi p i nn; S T tf 4 JT Q W ro ,i:i i in r.i;vi i n i: i -i i; ki ii' m ir primi- j V i V V O iHaniffs! lift I) R ' u,'''''! ' 'll'io'l. i l : V "-';,' l; ,..'1 il.-.l-s.. - ill '"."'. s.'i Iif'' !- A U I IT T 1 T T 1 in 1. I U A w . n : n -' n i , l . i i : v -';, 1 u ,, ' 1 !,l"! ' . - ' ' - c ', t I .i ; - "i , . , .-i - f i ' - -.' ' i..''.:-l s. U'" ill.. l , pa : ! a :,'!'" 1 of if.-. li i, 'i u vv ii i - " . ;. "U fi'-' l, ;,..'i :''..ll'-i. ::iv:i.i; t V: .'I v 'I'laic.. i 1 1 1'. . r in . i : io'i abillt l.ifc l'i-.-a : a : ". A ! 1 "I I'' - i ! i" - t belli '.! rti'l be a i'le to iu'.,-li'Ut-litly -elo -t the l.i - : ; en .i i p'ii'v of l:u':i:'-i 1. .-'ill for onr pai'ticnlti' in--. W'' n!-o i a -..nil!.- cony of on " . a Tw i ! ie ' li ' n ' n y 1 '"1 :. y. w i' b i - :.'. -" :v i .y I ll i:i' ill.! !' ' ' ' "i r i; t h .' ill- 1 1 1" , - I . i:lio't .-.tori .-i M :it "! !;- u .-..! f.-.i in - ..r " -! 1 ' i 1 i ' s , tha- ;t i-- b '!l:i I t" b . .on,; 1' l''l: I. t" 1, ,,-iil'alit . p..::. ' f tile people. W . . f .1 ! ii , i' . ' a ' .1 1 . tiHia y i n 1 pi otit ;lii"i l,y. i ii ' i'ln ii in i . i- -ri: vmt; (i)ii'v iiml' liiink. Til' 'S. 1". 1 ADDITIONAL PENSIONS FOS NEW MEXICO VETERANS Wasbii.clon. Ii. C.. Feb. 1.--Tne following pensions have been grant ed through the i-ffojts of Wclcgat" W. H. Andrews: William J. Harris. Iteming. 1-I"'- month from March IS, 1!H)7. Juan t". Garcia, Alameda, S.'n per month from April Z'Z, I!'"?. Theo.lo -la Morales. I.iii'oln. $in per month from April n, 1907. George i. I.ittrell, Maxwell City. 112 per month from March 13.1:107. Pedro Montoya, Sapello, $il per month from April 6, 1907. William C. Wcketts. Alamogordo, $12 ier mimtn from April 18. 1907. Albino Chavez. Ribera, 20 per month from April 9, 1907. Ramon Martinez, Wagon Mound, 12 per month from March IS, 1907. William N. Epperson, Aztec, $12 per mouth from March 12, 1907. Fred W. Iliirgen. fHanover, $12 per month from December 10, 1907. Charles W. Flsk. Ogle. $12 per month from June 17, 1907. John Walker Gill. Doming. $15 per month from May U, 1907. Rich. C. Patterson, Polvodero, $15 per month from Marcn 14, 1907. Pedro Pals, Alameda. $15 per month from April 12, 1907. j Andres Romero. Ribera. $o per month from March 29, 1907. MathUm Heck, Cimarron, $20 perl month from April 15. 1907. I $12 per month from Mshrdlu rdlnuuj fOucebio , Pacheco, Albuquerque $12 er month from March IS, 1907. Toroblo Roybal, Sapello, $20 per month from A lu ll fi, 1907. Jose G. Garcia, Folsom. $12 per montn from March 20, 1907. Ant. AUm Sula.ar, Chaperito, $20 jut month from March 26. 1907. Mrs. Virginia lllue, Artesia, $S per month from April 3. 1907. Agapito Sandoval. Wagon Mound. $12 per month from March 4. 19U7. Miguel Vigil. Chimayo. $12 per month from April 10. 1907. Adam J. Hager, Kingston, $12 pel month from July 30. 1907. William A. Collins, Aztec. $12 per month from March IS, 1907. Antonio Cordova. Alameda. $20 MAGELLAN, THROUGH WHICH FLEET 1 The Ills peculiar to vomen, tako different forms. Soma ladles suffer, every month, from dark rlng3 round their eyes, blotches on their skin and tired feeling. Others suffer agonies of pain, that vords can hardly express. Whatever the symptoms, remember there la one mediclno that win go beyond mere symptoms, and act on tho cause of their troubles, the weakened womanly organs. Wine of Cardui Mrs. M. C. Austin, of Memphis, Tenn., writes: "For five (5) years I suffered with every symptom of female disease, but after WRITE US A LETTER i 1- a -s. - in w t .--' c ', 1 , h n n w i i nn .!i ' : I )en vi ( oio. 1 M.V. Pre per ni'ii'tii from Apri 12. 1 fi 1 1 7 . I' lie : ie. vv 1 1 1 u i a MarMnez. Cimarron p-r month ,fro:n Man n 2ii. l:m7 l.oien.o l,npcz. l,emitar. $1.", month from March 29, 1907. Pedro A. Sanchez. Mora. $ I ." month from March is, 1 907. Ana.-taclo Cordova. list Lis V k.ik. i-'i ier month from April :,, 1 907. -M.'lquidaes yuintaii., Taos. $12.00 per month from March 27. 1 907. Lorenzo Hasques, Ranches of Taos, $12 per month from March 1",, 1 907. John M. Iteatl. l'ortales. $12 per month from June 13. 1907. Andrew J. Messer, Alamogordo. $12 per month from March 2G, 1907. Jose A. Santistevan, RaiK-hes of Taos. $in per month from March 15, 1907. Jose Ant. Abilucea. Santa Fe, $20 per month from March 23, 1907. Francisco Angel, Chaperito, $20 per month from April 1, 1907. KJw. X. Lewis, Eagle, $12 per month from March 26. 1907. Felipe Sena, Tecolote, $20 per month from April 1, 1907. Benito Crespin. Mineral Hill. $15 per month from March 16, 1907. James O. McC.ee, Ft. liayard, $12 per month from June 21, 1907. Jose Mara Madril. Pinoville, $12 iwr month from March 26, 1907. The following changes in post offices are unnounced: John H. Ilummin appointed post master at Clovi. Roosevelt county; Wallace H. Weston ftppointed post master mt Marion, Sierra county; postoftlce established at Salem, Dona Ana county, ind John N. Norviel apjiointed postmaster; postofflce es tablished at Claudell. Roosevelt county, and C. I). Wells appointed postmaster; postofllce at Ija Ma dera. Rio Araha county. disontin ueil. (Irippe ik KwecpiiiK the country. Stop it with Preventics, before it Rets deeply seated. To check early colds with these little Candy fold Cure Tablets is Kurely scnxlhle and safe. Prevent ics contain no ciuinine. mi laxii'ive. nothing harsh or sickening. Pneumonia would never appear if early colds were promptly broken. Also kooiI for feverish children. Iarne box, 4S tablets, 25 cents. Vest pocket boxes a cents. Sold by all dealers. using the well-known Cardui Home Treatment, I was entirely well. Wrttt todiy for fra copy erf vilub! 64-cnx Ul titrated Bank fnr Women. If yoa mm) Med ic! Aivk-m. dttcrtb your tvmptuou. tuiinn ue. and reolv will be lanl In pUin tealed iwlnl. Addrcoi Ladle' Aivtaory IM., Tlx Chitumnca MoJklne Co., OutunooKa, Tenn. I liv i lei !s , i If I h- -y--ft-li'r-kir I I I i I Dealers Albuquerque and Las S U3 U I vegs Ml I M9 A. I riK II I I m n I ross Heart Strength B(rt Btrwirtll. or Heart WaaknwM, meanf Kerr rtrentth, or Narv W knur nothing mora. Po. ItlTsly. not one weak heart In a hundred Is. In it ell, actually diieaeed. It Is almoct lwn a hidden tiny little nerre that reallj U all at fault. Thlf obecure nerre the Cardiac or Heart Kerre Imply Deeds, and mint hava, more power, mora stability, more controlling, more oremlng tranjrth. Without that the Heart most continue to fail, and the stomach and kidneys alio hay these umt controlling nerre. Tills clearly explains why, ai medicine. Sr. Snoop' s Restorative ha In the pest done so much for weak and allins Heart. Dr. Snoop first sought the cause of all thu palnrul, palpitating, suffocat ing heart distress. Dr. Snoop's ltHStoratlve tht popular prescription d alone directed to thee weak and wasting nerre center. It build! ICstrengthens: It offers real, genuine heart help. if you would har strong Heart, strong (11- C ration, strengthen these oerre r-etaoUka lem a needed, with Dr. Shoop's Restorative "ALL DRUGGISTS" SunVriiiK ami Ihillurs Suveri. K S. Ioper, of Marllla, N. Y., aays: "I am a carpenter and have had many severe cuts healed by liuck len'a Arnioa Halve. It has saved me sufferiiiK and dollars. It U by far the best healing salve 1 have ever found." Heals burns, sores, ulcers, fever sores, eczema and piles. 23c ut all drusirLsts. Pal Pinto Wells Mineral Water cures and prevents constipation. Ask your grocer for It, WILL SOON PASS I La Kelly (Incorporated) YOU CAN SAVE A checking: account will not only help you to spend your money economically, but it will also aid you to save money systematically. When you have a record of every cent you pay out (which you will have, if you pay by check) you will be more careful of your expenditures. A checking account gives you a complete record of every cent you spend. You get a receipt for each bill paid. You have safety for your funds and convenience for your business transactions. PAY BY CHECK. THE BANK OF COMMERCE Albuquerque, New Mexico. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $200,000 AD VER TISERriENTS ARB. 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