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RATTRDAY, APRIL 3, 10.
ALBUQUERQUE (gTIZEN. PAGH nmrjK. E All NEGRO Taft Said to Favor Whites for Federal Jobs Wherever Possible In the South. Washington , April 3. President Taft's Intentions In regard to the ap pointments of men to federal offices In the south is today the subject of much Interest and no little contro versy in the capital. It hus been said tluit n supposed fitness for office will be the only matter which Taft will take Inio consideration In selecting men for positions and that the ques tion of black and white will not en ter at all Into the subject. There is not a southern Democrat In Washington who does not believe that at the end of Tuffs term the wcrk of finding a negro office holder In the south will be hard. It is true, the president has said that fitness for place will be the guide post to appointments, but the southerners say that the feelings of the whites enti r largely into the question of fit ness of the ni'isro to hold office among them. In other words, they billeve that fitnesw is not entirely a thing personal to the office holder !n the south. Judging from present appearances and from plans already made with reference to one or two offices. It is probably a safe prophecy to make that within the next year or two there will be many place In the south now held by negroes which will pass into t!ie hands of the whites. The t'rum ca.e was peculiar to it self, and In no way can it be taken as proving the Intention of Taft t make general changes in the "com plexion" of southern office holders. There an- other cases, however, which are to the point, and which account in a large measure for the southern belief that the negro in most instance; i to pass from the field of federal office holding. In Florence, S. C, a town of about 10,000 people, the postmaster is a negro. The district in which the town la situated is strongly Demo cratic, and the sentiment against con tinuing the present postmaster in hit place is strong. Senator Smith f South Carolina has been urging President Taft to make a change, and he has cecommended a Democrat as the present postmaster successor. Representative Kllerbe of the sixth congressional district of the state, In which Florence is situated, also has appealed to the president to make a change of postmasters. Ellerbe rec ommended a Democrat for the posi tion, but he Is not the man indorsed by the senator. The president asked the senator MAY Dl C G OFFICERS CATARRH DESTROYED MY APPETITE. 7yyy c?- r ci Removed Catarrh, Mr. 'Joseph H.Conlau, 1S7 Tth Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., writes: I suffered from catarrh which completely destroyed my appetite and weakened my entire system. 'I am now cured and cheerful in spirits, all through tin- agency of Peru na, which lias cured me effectually and restored my appetite, "My only regret is that I did not use Peruna sooner and I w ould have avoided all my previous suffering and Tnrnld I I. or Ctnmrh Tmuttl I I vi mil) . U u . Mr. James O'Hyrne, -Jt Madison St., Topeka, Kas., conductor Santo Fe Hail way aud member Order of Kail way Con ductors, writes : I suffered with a torpid liver and stomach trouble, which made my com plexion very sallow, and I felt misera ble and tired all the time. 'Au aunt wrote nm that she was tak ing Peruna with such good results that she advised me to try it, and I finally bought a bottle, although I disliked to take patent medicines. ' However, I found Peruna very agree able to take, and effective, as 1 felt bet ter in a week. I took only five bottles in all and I found that wis all 1 needed. I am most grateful to you for what your medicine lias done for me." Dysentery Entirely Relieved. Mr. W. N. Caey, Leamington, III., writes: -la two weeks after leglnning your treiu.eat 1 was well. I ued uiua but and the representative to try to agree on one candidate, but he gave no promise, either implied or direct, that he would give favorable consid eration to the name. At the samo time, the president showed It was his Intention to put a white man in the office. He has consulted with Re publicans who know the southern situation, and has found that there are comparatively few available white Republicans in Florence. It came to the president's atten tion finally that a son of former Rep resentative Casscl of Pennsylvania is living in Florence. The Democrats of the place have no objections to Caesel other than he Is a compara tively recent addition to the popula tion of the city, and therefore may be classed with what in the older days were known as carpet baggers. It is not known yet whether Cassel or some Democrat who proves to be acceptable to both Smith and El lerbe will be appointed, but the seeming certainty is and therein lies the whole point of the thing, that out of deference to the wishes of the Florence community a negro is to be superseded In the postofflce by a white man. In a short time the president will be confronted with two more South Carolina office-holding problems. In Buford and In Georgetown of the Palmetto state there are two negroes holding office under the treasury department. The South Carolina delegation in Congress will ask Taft to name white men for the places as soon as they become vacant. The first request will be that the positions be given to Southern Demo crats, but failing in this the del . tion will ask that white Republicun. of known fitness shall supersede the negroes. The president has given n) irtimation of his Intention in the matter, but tne southerners who have talked with him seem to feel assured that white .office holders will be found before the administration is much older. It may be that the Democrats are altogether too sanguine. There can bo little question about the intention of the president to appoint white men to office in the soutu in all cases where the negro office holder have not conic up to the require ments of place to put Caucasians at werk. It probably also Is iifs intention to icplace negroes with whites In those places where there is friction be cause of the office holder's color, and where the overwhelming sentiment of the community Is against the con tinuing of a negro in a position of authority. That all negroes are to be separated from the service In the south when their terms of office ex pire may .well be doubted. The presi dent probably will exercise his Judg ment in the case with a leaning to ward the side of the Caucasion when when such a leaning cannot be con strued Into prejudice. There are several ports of entry In the south where the office of col lector Is held by a negro. In none of these places has the feeling against the present Incumbent been as mark ed as it was In the case of Dr. Crum at Charleston. Opposition to Crum in the south Carolina seaport was due wholly to the fact that he was a ne gro. It was admitted he was an effi cient office holder. The fact that Dr. Crum, a hard-working collector, has been superseded by K. W. Durant, Jr., a white man, has given the P KHUN A rarely falls to restore the appetite. Immediately upon begin ning the use of Peruna patients lie-in to eat and digest. This is the universal testimony, coming from all parts of the civilized world. Catarrh is a very frequent cause of loss of appetite and disturbed diceMioii. The beneficial influence of Peruna on catarrh completely restores the appe tite in such eases. To prod the digestive organs with medicines that are merely stimulants U poor way to remedy suel eases. " am now cured and cheer ful in spirits, all through the agency cf I'eruna, tchnh has cured met ft tuallv and restored m appetite. "My only regret is tfnit I did not use J'eruna sooner and I would have avoided all my pe vwus suffering and misery Mr. Joseph If. Conlan. Restored Appetite. misery." tles of Peruua. My ease w bowel trouble or dysentery. "I also tried Peruna for a cough, ac cording indirections, and it exceed- any cough syrup I ever used. '1 wish every one afflicted would give Peruua a trial." Pe-ru-fis as a Tonic. ("apt. H. II. Smith, Ireensboro, ., writes: "After using several bottles of Peru na I can recommend it as one of the best catarrh medicine on the market. Asa tonic it has no equal. "Peruua is all that is claimed for it." Caterrh of Stomach. Mr. Henry Neely, First I.ieu '.euant, Co. -F," N.th K -gimeiit, o. V. 1., r,o tiii, Trenton, Mo writes: "1 Kuffcred for years w ith catarrh of the stomach. Seeing an advertisement of Peruna, I Ixjught a lK)ttle and every dose made ma feel twtter. Seven bottles completely cure J in." F. H. MITCHELL FELIPE GURULE Women Suffer mueK needless pain wEen JtHer delay using Cardui for their female troubles, jOaraui has been found to relieve headache, backache, pain in the Bide and diz ziness arising from deranged organs. It does more than relieve, if used pexsfitentlr, many hare, svrit ten to say that it cured them. mm It Will Help You Mra. Maxwell Johnson, Tampa. Tla., writes: "Car3ul cured me after doctors and everything ela had failed. I had been Buffer ing with numb epella ever since I was 16 rears old. One day I decided to take CarduL I have now taken 5 bottles and I can say that it has cured me. I advise all suffering women to girt Oardui a long and fair trial." , Mrs. Johnson suffered years. Have yon? Do yoo wiah to? But why Buffer at all? Take CarduL Qire it a fair trial AT ALL DRUG STORES southerners hope that the Crum case will form a precedent. The Georgians among whom Taft dwelt for some time, bt fore long will ask that a white man bo appointed to an Important office in Savannah to take the place of a negro. The Savannah situation probably will be one of the most difficult to confront the president. He wants to please the Georgians, and yet it muy be hard to do it without having it ap pear that the lime to be drawn is one between colors rather than between standards of efficiency. Senator Smith of South Carolina, according to the Charleston News and Courier, believes Taft will ap point some Democrats to federal of fices in South Carolina. Tho Charleston paper seems to take it for granted that the president's promise to the southerners that lie would make it a point to select for office among them only men who can com mand the respect and the attention of their communities, means that no negroes will be reappointed to the f deral service. It is apparent ta.it in making appointments to federal positions in the outh the president will find himself facing one of the most difficult ta-ks of his adminis tration. CHINESE INSPECTOR USES AUTOMOBILE He Mtikts (iiKd Time ill Southern Pint of the Terrtoiry AfU-r China iiicii Who l.ack Pumi. Fort Hayard. X. M . April 3. Chi li, se Inspector Mack of Iieiniiig, ;ic eoin paiih-d by Justice V. II. Xew coml). of Siher City, and W. K. Cory, also of the latter place, paid Fort Hayard a flying visit in Mr. X"v conih's new Ford touring ear, which ha been for the last few Weeks tu caking all records for Graivt coun ty. Inspector Mat k. aided by the Fort Hayard guard, mude a visit to tha poxt laundry, operated by sons of the flowery kingdom. The net result jf the fling visit was the arrest of one 'chink." Fong Chow or flood Shov or something of iat nature, by name. This and an outrageous amount of g'.hherish -as the result of the v i i t . Mr Nerteomti'- Ford and Inspector M.uk divided the int rest among the patients in tills post, who felt that tiny could do with the absence of at hast one China ma n. who, of couise, lost his papers in the San Francisco fire. ORGANIZE 10 HELP CITY Of TOLEDO Siicits of Polillelil Pui'lio Will !' - h-iiiI on How Much Money The) llai-e I or the t'il). Toledo. Ohio. April .'!. One of the most uni'iue attempts ut organization lias just lieeii inaugurated sum-ess-fully Inr.. in order to raise fundi, with which t carry on what promises to be the greatest carnival ever held in the Tinted States this coming Au-gu.-t, the political organization of the city has been convi rtcd from pol Is a man that does not own any property but just keeps grind ing away on wages. Invest $10 a month in some of those choicelots in the Perea Addition and you will soon be somebody D. K. B. SELLERS COMPANY 0 itics Into a boosting club. Ward pol itlelans who have never heretofore done anything except organize their wards, have turned their energies to wards securing from each voter in their districts a one dollar 'M as a subscription towards the raising of $l(Hi,ooii. Mass meetings are being held every night and enthusiasm shown is said, among politicians, to be greater than at some of the past political meetings when the city has been "delivered" to one party or an other. Democrats are vying with Republicans ami Independents to see who can raise the greatest amount of money for the good of the city. Constipation causes headache, nausea, dizziness, languor, heart pal pitation. Drastic physics gripe, sick en, weaken the bowels and don t cure. Doan's Kegulets act gently and cure constipation. 23 cents. Ask your druggist. CAMPAIGN' nK Pl ltK MII.K. Toledo. April U. A campaign for pi: re milk has been started here. I.:iell fliiirvmiln ulm ri tm nl In. veltli the regulations and whose milk has been tested is to be supplied with a card showing that his product Is pure. The women of the town uie demanding that all the 'dairymen who serve them hall exhibit this card. As -result the rjuality of the milk has been Improved M) per cent l" llcforc the liar. N". H. Hrown. an attorney, of Pitts Held. "t.. writes: "We have used Dr. King's New I.lfo Pills for years and find them such a good family medi cine we wouldn't be without them." For chills, constipation, biliousness or sick headache they work wonders, "oc at all dealers. See the wheel go IN THE Baldwin Refrigerator It shows positive circulation. Coldest, Dryest, Sweetest Built. sa-wx ijwsi.f.rooi THE KRUPP GIRL E E Richest Girl In the World Said to Consider Parting From Her Hus band. Hamburg, April 3. Frau Jtertha Krupp von liohlcn and Holbach, the daughter of the famous gunmaker of Kssen. is contemplating a divorce fuit against her husband, according to r ports from that city, For months their living together, the reports have it, has been for appcrancos only. Frau Von Rohlen has consult ed lawyers, it Is known .and they suy h' r application for freedom Is only a matter of time. The mistress of the famous gun plant Is said to be the richest woman in the world, and hrr prospective di vorce is the talk of all Germany. Dr. and Frau Von Kolilen have been liv ing unhappily more than a year, it is said in Kssen, where their magnl flcetit homo Is. In February their second child died. That was the larft link that kept them together. Since then they have been living on oppo site sides of their castle. There sceine to be no hope of a reconciliation. Incompatabillty," as the Ameri cans phrase It, seems to be the trou ble. No other cause has been men tioned. No other woman, according to present Information, appears In the case. When Bertha Krupp was married in 1906 she was only IS years old. When her father died in 1902 she be came the owner of the great steel and gun works in Kssen. the ship yards in Kiel, the gun and armor works in Madgeburg and several coal and iron mines. Madgeburg uuil a younger sister received huge sums In bonds aud stocks. Ills I'orefatlieiK in America. She nn-t Dr. von llohlen and Hal bach w hen she was visiting In liome. He-was- secretary of the Prussian le gation at the Vatican. Dr. Ciiistuv Von llohlen, as he was usually call ed, then was 3.1 yearn old. lie Is the son of I r. Von Hohleu und Hulhach, who once was minister for the grand duchy of Haden In P.erlin, before the days of the empire. Itoth the llohlen and llalbach families have connections In the I'nited States. 1'ohlen. grandfather of the man who married Hertha Krupp. was an offi cer on the northern side in the civil war. Ha Hutch, the other grandfather, made a fortune In the I'nited States and returned with It to Itaden, his native state. l. lore going to Home Dr. ISohlen and ll..lliaeli studied law and later he Joined tne diplomatic service and was (stationed in Washington In Subsequent to his engagement o IN OUR WINDOW MAY II 0 113-115-117 SOUTH FIRST STREET wm swi"WBHWMimi ' Hertha Krupp he served In Pekln, but resigned from that post to be married and take an active part In the management of the Krupp works. Wllliclm at Their Wedding. Naturally the marriage of a young woman, whose wealth was estimated at 100 million dollars and w htse po sition as the owner of the greatest lerman armament factory brought her Into cVose relation with the gov ernment, was a great social event. The kaiser attended the wedding. As Dr. Von Bohlen was known to pos sess great ability and was to be hia wife's right hand In all her great un dertakings, it was expected that he would become a notable figure In the Herman political and social world. WOMAN'S llllKAST AMI MAN'S FAK. Most CoiiUiwmi Places for Cancer. The papers mnde mention a short lime ago of people cured of cancers without knife or pain by Dr. and Mrs. Chamley & Co. Since that time the cures of many prominent peo ple have hern the occasion of great comment. They all said their cures were mar velous beyond expression, many of them having been given up to di. They tlrst obtained the doctor's free book, which proves that any lump In woman's breast is cancer, It led to, as they say. the greatest blessing of their lives. All the lending newspapers and medical Journals of the world have noted their success und wonderful cures: they charge nothing until cured und offer $1,000 If they fall. It is said they huve cured more cancers than any other doctors living. Strict ly reliable; no X-ray or other swin dle. They probably have the best 130-page book ever printed on can c rs and tumors, sent free only to those who describe their case. Their address is 747 S. Main St., I-os An geles. Cat. PROPOSALS FOR OFFICE BUILD IN(1, Department of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs, Wash ington. D. C March 11. 1909. Sealed proposals, plainly marked on tho outside of the envelope "Propos als for Office Building, Kama Fe School, New Mexico," and addressed to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs Washington. D. C. will be received at the Indian Office until 2 o'clock p. m. of April 23, 1909, for furnishing and delivering the necessary materials and labor required to construct an4 complete an office building at the Santa Fe Indian school, New Mexico, In strict accordance with plans, speci fications and Instructions to bidders, which may be examined at this office and the offices of "The Citizen," Al buquerque, New Mexico; "The New Mexican," Santa Ke, New Mexico; The Builders and Traders' Exchanges Omaha. Neb.; St. Paul, Minn.; and Minneapolis, Minn.; Northwestern Manufacturers' Association, St. Paul. Minn., 1 S. Indian Warehouses, Chi cago, III., St. Louis, Mo., Omaha, Neb., New York, N. Y., and at the school. For additional Information apply to C. J. Crandall, superintend ent, Santa Fe. N. M. R. O. Valentine, Acting Commissioner. For the best work on shirt watsu patronlie Ilubba Laundry Go. round Office: 204 Gold Ave. Telephone 899 Automobile No. 9 Proposals for executing government surveys In New Mexico. Department of the Interior, U. S. Burveyor Gen eral's Office, Santa Fe, New Mexico, April 1, 1909. NOTICE No. 15. Seal ed proposals will be received in thM office until 10 o'clock a. m. May S, 1909, for running, measuring and marking in accordance with existing regulations and such special Instruc tions as may be Issued by the survey or general, tha standard, township and section tinea necessary to subdi vide and complete tha following townships, vlx: Tps. 20 S., Rs. II and 32 K.; 22 N. K. 22 K.; 6 N., R. 26 E.; 4 It. 11 B.; 20 S It. 18 E 2S a R. 6 K., and fractional Tps. 5 and N., R. 37 K.; 6 and 7 N Rs. 28 and 27 K.; 6 N.. .R 27 K. ; 13 N IT E.; 23 N., It. 3 E.; 13 N.. R. 4 E.; 19 N., R. 1 W.; 11 N., R. 3 Ei auto all valid unsurveyed small-holding claims found to be within any of said townships, and such retracements or re-establishments as may be found to be absolutely necessary. Minimum legal rates of mileage are S9 permit for standard, 7 for township and $5 for section or small holding lines. In termediate rates are 313 for stand ard, 311 for township and $7 for sec tion or small holding lines. Maximum rates are $18 for standard, $15 for township and $12 for section or small holding lines. Special maximum rates are $25 for standard, $23 for town ship and $20 for section or small holding lines, the latter rates to be allowed only where the lines of sur vey pass over land mountainous, heavily timbered or covered with dense undergrowth, and exceptionally difficult to survey. Party or parties to whom contract or contracts may be awarded must execute the surveys in their own proper person or per sons with such assistant as may be required. Compassmon will not be allowed. Bond with approved securi ties for the faithful performance of the contract will be required of the successful bidders. Bids must be ac companied by a certified check In the um of $440, which Is 5 per cent of the estimated liability. Certified checks will be returned to unsuccess ful bidders immediately after award of contracts by the Oeneral Iand Of fice and to the successful bidder or bidders after forms of contract and bond have been properly executed. The right Is reserved to reject any ami all bids, waive technical defects, and to accept any part of any bid, rejecting the other part, if the Inter eats of the government require It. Proposals must be submitted In du plicate to the undersigned, and en dorsed on the envelope: "Proposals for Executing Government Surveys, Notice No. ID." The proposals receiv ed will be opened at the time and place above stated and bidders aro invited to be present at such opening. Further Information will be furnish ed upon application to the under signed. Jno. VV. Marsh, Surveyor Gen eral for New Mexico. I'd Itatlier Die, Doctor, than have my feet cut off," said M. Li. Bingham, of Princevllle, 111., "but you'll die from gangrene (which had eaten away eight toes) if you don't." said all doctors. Instead he used Bucklen's Arnica Salve till wholly cured. Its cures of ecxema, fever sores, bolls, burns and pile atound the world. 25c at all dealers. Want ads printed In the CltUeo bring results. y. l. m '. '- - RHP AMY