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RvnjiuAT. FEnnc.VKY ao, io EM FA BE PASSED It Comes Up In the Legisla ture Next Week and Has Strong En dorsement. We Bold a tract of land 2 miles from the city a year ago for $60 an acre. The new owner plowed and leveled same for $5 an acre. He now refuses $125 an acre. We have four more small tracts of the sa'ne kind we will sell at from $50 to $60 an acre on easy terms. Plenty of water. Give Home Recipe to Relieve This Dread American Disease. THE PAROLE BILL lEOlM IS PROBABLY WILL NOW EASILY Santa F.', N'. M Feb. 20. It is expected tlmt the Indeterminate sen tence anil i.irle lill will en mo up for lKuig when the legislature nssem bles again Tuesday. This hill Is rn dorscri by Governor furry ami was the subject 'if a portion of htH nies sane to the legislature. On tlit- first Sabbath of December, 18!r, there was commenced a work which has steadily grown anil which resulted, on December 18. ISO:!, In the Incorporation of the New Mexico Society for the Friendless, now cn Kaneil in the irevention if crime, the t mplov nieiit 11ml uft-r-care of dis charged prisoner.", the ilevelopinent of ..nil and prison evangelism, reform In criminal law and in prison manage ment. The present superintendent r.nd his family, have'been engaged in this work (fuiii.s these more than thirteen years. keeping discharged I risoners In: one meal to three weeks room and board in their home when work was im' immediately available, in order to reduce as far as possible the danger of relapsing Into crime. Hecause of ill health in the family for the p:f-t few years the wards of the society have had to be sent to a hotel while waiting for employ ment, which has Riven them a better chance to relapse into intemperance, vice and clime. Therefore, there is great need at present of the fifth de partment for which the society is incorporated, the temporary home where any for whom there is not found employment immediately upon discharge can be given Christian sur roundings, advice. Instruction and en couragement to live straight lives when sent to some place to work. An average of twenty discharged prisoners a year are looked after, be sides the assistance rendered to many wtille In prlon. 'Each twelve months sometimes six and seven firms are ap proached regarding work for wnrds of the society without success because of every position being (tiled. More than one of these wards has had to be sent to sonic other commonwealth, at Increased expense, to be eared for by the prisoners' aid society there, because Industrial conditions in New Mexico, and the lack of some one constantly traveling over the territory to get Into touch with employers to Interest them in giving these needy ones a chance for a livelihood, have made such a course Imperative. This is antagonistic to the policy of the American Prison association which urges eacli commonwealth to look after her own dependents, and has been possible through the kind heartedness of those in charge of similar work in sister states. Money Is loaned the wards, when really nec essary, to get them to employment or for other uses in starting right. Most of those assisted have become good citizens. Some of their families have had to be helped in one way or another, while the supporter was in prison. Much of the correspondence from the office of the superintendent of the society is of a nature usually con ducted by a resident prison chaplain, where one is employed, and like all the rest of tin. work of the society, does not cost the territory a cent, even for postage. The superintendent conducts the prison secular school on Sabbath afternoon, and the New Mex ico prison league of Christian En deavor work. too. Over 1.00" letters a year, besides much primed matter, is the volume of mail from his office. The society is the link between friends and rela tives of those in bonds and the pris oners; ts the medium through which many Introductions of interested par ties are arranged; and looks Into the facts of cases for any far away A Simple Remedy Cardui is a purely vegetable extract, a simple, non-intoxicating remedy, recommended to girls and women, of all ages, for womanly pains, irregularity, falling feelings, nervousness, weakness, and any other form of sickness, peculiar to females. 7D -J TAKE It Will A o j Lr-uLl u L- Mrs. 0. Beaver, of Unicoi, Route No. 1, Mar bleton, Tenn., writes: "I suffered with bearing down pains, feet swelled, pain in right side, headache, pains in shoulders, nervous palpitation, and other troubles I cannot mention, but I took Wine of Cardui and have found it the best medicina I ever used, for female troubles." Try Cardui. AT ALL DRUG STORES To make up enough of the "Dande lion treatment." which is claimed to be relieving nearly every sufferer who uses it for backache, kidney com plaint, sore, weak bladder and rheu matism, get from any good prescrip tion pharmacy one-half ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion; one ounce Com pound Kargon and three ounces Com pound Syrup of Sarsnparllla. Shake well In a bottle and take In teaspoon ful doses after each menl and again at bedtime. Those who have tried It claim that It acts gently but thoroughly on the kidneys, relieving backache and blad der and urinary difficulties before y"u realize It. Many cases of rheumatism are known to have been relieved within a few days, the pain and swell ing diminishing with each dose. This simple recipe is sa ' o strengthen and cleanse the elim . t.ve tissues of the kidneys so that they can filter and strain from the blood and system the poisons, adds and waste matter, which cause not only t luumatism. but numerous other dis eases. Kvery man or woman here who feels that their kidneys are not healthy and active, or who suffers ft out any urinary trouble w hatever, rhould not hesitate to make up this mixture, as it is certain to do much good, and may save you from much misery and suffering after while. friends or loved ones who are not in formed. Hut neither the superintend ent nor the society recommends the I anion of any prisoner, nor has any parole ever been urged by them, be cause if done for one, all would ex pect a similar act. The adoption by the territory of the Indeterminate sentence with parole, ' will greatly Increase the task of the society because that law makes em ployment a condition of parole, and the society is the channel through which the work will be secured. MR. BRYAN HOPES FOR BETTER RESULTS New York. Feb. 19. Widespread interest among politicians has been aroused by an article by William Jen nings Bryan In the March number of Munsey's Magazine, entitled "The Future of the Democratic Party." Mr. Hryan in his paper carefully analyzes the political conditons of the present day. discussing the policies of his party at length, i "It Is more than pimsibie It is even probnble," he delcares, "that thi House of Representatives to be elect ed In 1910 will be Democratic." t Sounding a word of warning to President-elect Taft, he continues: I "The president-elect cannot possib ly satisfy the expectations of both ele ments of the Republican party. With a Republican Senate and a Republi can House controlled by what Mr. Roosevelt calls reactionaries, how can he escape conflict either with the T publican leaders or with the Repub lican voters of the Mississippi valley? In discussing the tendency toward reform legislation, Mr. iBryan says; "The !Democratie party is in sym pathy with the growing demand for remedial legislation; it is therefore rowing with the tide, for the tide Is onward. Democrats, recognizing the responsibility of their position, and strong in the confidence they feel In the righteousness of their cause, are prepard to wage a winning fight against an opposition alrady panic stricken." Influential Democrats declare Mr. Bryan's article to be the most Import ant political paper printed since th election of Mr. Taft last November. Jm Help You F. H. MITCHELL FELIPE GURULE Habitual ti I lay lopcrm.anculy ocrcomel)y prober personal cjjoris vTMrc aSMSlancc fctfieoflo truly tjoncjic'ial laxative remedy, Sjrurt ofligs ond rUutr efSfitna, VrKich ctmbltf ft one to form regular kabit$ clatly $o that assignee to na ture may he r()tta))y ctiSjwmscclw'ittt vASen no (onrr ncetfod as trie best remedies, K,lo;rcot'rcd, arc to assist rtaturc art J not to ftupfJarit the riot nr. al functions, hick must depend ulti mat tly upon proper1 tioutisfuneht, prepcref Jovtt.awA rifcht living genrrali. Iogctifc beneficial effects, always Ouy the genuine SyrupKgsE) mrtfSeuna manufactured b Vif California Fig Syhup Co. oniy SOLD BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS ac ue only, rtr p re 50$ BottU BEST LOCATED ARMY POST N vj Camp In Hawaii Is Lo cated In an Ideal Place. Says .Officers There. Honolulu, Feb. 1!0. Officers of the Fifth cavalry now stationed in the new, and as yet unnamed military post on the Lellehua plains twenty miha from this city, are unanimous In declaring that the cam)) site is lit tle short of Ideal. The men are .so well pleased with their surroundings, only regretting, perhaps, that they are not a little nearer to the city. Then- is n question, however, that tile post will soon come to be recog nized as the most delightfully lo cated of nny occupied by United States troojwi, if not in the world. These are pretty broad statements, but can be made with a good margin of safety, and will scarcely be dis puted by any one who has seen the new location. Lying near the center iif a plain which forms the central portion of the island of Oahu, and flanked on the northeast and south west by rugged and verdure clad ranges of mountains, the camp has an elevation of oetweeii one and two thousand feet above the Pacific. The ocean spreads out ten or twelve miles to the southward, in u yreat wall-like expanse of the deepest of blues, till it merges into the hori.on. At the time of the annexation of the Islands t-i the I'nited States, a ti-.iet of about H.ooo acres was re served for military Jllipowcs ill a strip six ii'' seven miles long extending across tie plain from mountain to mountain. At the. I time the ent re plain was considered of small value, not being adapted to sugar cane, und was only utilised as range for f w cattle. At the present time however, the largist pineapple district in the territory 1 located there a portion of the reservation itself being under cultivation through an old lease. Th" men of the Fifth cavalry are sur rounded tiy hundred.- of acres of the delicious fruit, which fact is especial ly to their liking. For a number "f years Wuhiaw.i. the center of the pineapple district, and within u few miles of the new post, has been a favorite summer ren dezvous for Ilonoluluans, the uliitude giving the place a delightfully cool and in igorating atmosphere at all seasons, and this feature is now shar ed by the troops. The site chosen for the camp has -a very gentle slope, giv ing perfect drainage, while the pur est of wnti r has been piped in abund ance from nearby mountains. The parade and drill gr iundn laid out are on a most imposing scale, and could scarcely lie improved upon for cither infantry or cavalry maneuvers, while the quarters for the men, officer and h uses are large and roomy. At the present time most of the quarters ar of temporary character, hut work has been begun on the permanent build inns, which are to cost eevcral mil- Constinauon N WORLD D, K. B. Sellers Brokerage Co. Hons of dollars before the plans al ready made are carried out. Although ' somewhat distant from the city, H railroad runs close oy the post, affording tik'k service to Hon olulu by several trains dally. For some time at least, the soldiers will have aoine very good hunting in the mountains to either side of their post, there still being an abundance of wild turkey, goat, iind wild boars, which have been but little disturbed by the citizens. At the present time the post Is occupied only by eight troops of the Fifth cavalry with the regimental utaff. band and hospital corps; but It Is understood that within a few months a regiment of field artillery and one of infantry will also be sta tioned at the same place, forming with the. other forces on the Island, r.n army brigade, and possibly a sep nrte division, the troops here being at the present time a portion of the Pa cific Coast division. IMkSTOX llllOKKItS AUK IlKOKK. Boston, Feb. 20. Walter II. Trum bull of the firm of Walter H. Trum bull and company, bankers and brok ers of lloston. filed a voluntary peti tion of bankruptcy today with liabil ities of $148,000 und assets placed at J50.400. The Inability to float a coupon bond Issue and Joint liability with another firm now In bankruptcy is given as u cause for the proceed ings. TO CURE A COLD IN OXE li.W Tak LAXATIVE BROMO Quintet tablets. Druffglsu refund money ! It falls to cure. E. W. 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