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LAST D Y OF Kid Yourself Forever of Indi gestion and Weak Stom ach With a Little Dlapepsln They Throng to the White House and Keep the Pres ident Occupied In Spare Times. Perea Addition lots; we still have some choice ones left at from $75 to $250 each. Only $10 down, balance $10 a month TUESDAY. Armlj 6, 109. MAKE THE TAFT BURDENED WITH MANY CALLERS Miserable Indeed 1b the man or woman hii' digestive system Is un strung w hn goes to the table and cannot pat i.r what little Is eaten seems to fill them and lays HkP a lump of lead in the stomach, refus ing to UiH''t. If you, dear reader, suffi-r this way and will put on your wrups now and set from jour pharmacist a 50-cent case of Tape's Diapepsln and eat one 22-gruin TriaiiBUle after your next aieal you would appreciate, five min utes later, liow long you suffered un necessarily. There will bo no more Indigestion no misery in the stomach no sour ri.Mngs or belching of gas. no heart kurn. flatulency or eructations of undigested food anil aclil or feelintt of nausea, tulln'-ys. head ai he or other HyinptoniR of a weakened stom ach. Stomach trouble anil indigestion vanish like snow before the blazing sun. When Diapepsin works your stom ach rests gets Itself In order. Dia pepsin purilie.s and sweetens u sour stomach and freshens the Intestines without the ue of laxatives, and what is more, it Increases the gastric juices. This is what your stomach is begging for more and better dl uestive Juices. This is what makes you hungry and want to ent, and you rest assured what you men eai be taken care of properly and left in the stomach to termeni turn to gas and acid, and poi- the breath with nauseous ouors. Oet a fiO-cent case from your drug gist now you ought to have Diapep sin about the house always. Should one of your family eat something which does not agree with him or her, or for a sour stomach or exces sive gas, one Triangule will always gie immediate relief. can ill not ;.nd son HOTi:ii AUK1V.M.S. Alvarado. R. R. Larkin, Las Vegas: J. H. Monlnger, Columbus, Ohio; Tien Ag ate, J. Segal. New York; John B. Smellls Chicago; O. K. Dugan, Chi cago; W. C. Osheroft. Vaughn; L. F. Kimrre'l, Kensus City: J. T. Stokes, Chicago; J. T. Kogarty. San Fran cisco; W. F. Halerferry, Topeka; V. L. Nesblt, Omaha. Slv.rs. J. F. Fullerton, Socorro; M. Fine. New York; A. K. Adams. Socorro; C. M. Pierce Santa Fe; M. Callahan, Central Citv. Col.; A. I'eren. San Maieo. N. M.: I '. V. Safford. Santa Fe: I.. I. ivi.'! Chicac . W. Willi! Savoy. lit 11. Hainan. X. Fort Wingnte. M. Mary Washington. D. C, April 6. Pres ident Taft has been compelled to hang'out the "Xo Admittance Except on Husiness" sign. Ever since March 4 the White House has been in a state of siege and In order measure a.bly to keep pace with his work, the president was compelled to labor far Into the night. Even the extra hours were not sufficient to prevent the ac cumulation, so Mr. Taft will be obliged If his well wishers will defer paying thWr respects until his desk is cleared. He doesn't want to re fuse to see any one, for he believes respectable Americans of whatever walk have a right to call on their ex ecutive, but -there is work which v t be done, so for the present call- will have to show real reasons befot. getting past Secretary Carpenter. It is one of Mr. Taft's ambitions to make his administration known to Its democracy. People who call at the White House will be received whenever the president's official dut ies will at all permit, and It Isn't go ing to involve the unwinding of a lot of red tape to secure an audience. Only a small fraction of the Ameri can people, of course, can come to Washington, so the president is going to the people whenever he can. Mr. Taft undoubtedly will travel more than any of his predecessors and when he travels he is going to see us many people as possible. In his inaugural address and upon other occasions Mr. Taft has let it be known that he feels the tremen dous responsibility of his high office, but don't Imagine for a minute that he Is bowed down under the" weight of that responsibility. In the weeks of his administration he has hardly had a minute at his own disposal or at the disposal of his family, but he appears to extract as much enjoy ment out of the enormous amount of work he has to do as he would out of a closely contested game of golf. One old white house attache declares that he even has President Roosevelt "beat to a razzle"' when It comes to clearing up a desk full of work, and any one who ever saw Mr. Roosevelt at work knows that the man who beats him at it is no loafer. F. H. MITCHELL FELIPE GURULE D. K. B. SELLERS Office: 204 Gold Ave. Telephone 899 Automobile No. 9 BODY FRENCH PATRIOT TO BE REMOVED Major Who Took Active Part; In Revolution Will be j Honored by the Nation. riiljip. W. It. Murley and wife, Patil. N. M.: J. K. Curletl. Washington. II. '.; I'. H. t'rnnt. Paris, N. M. It Is not what you pay for advertls- but what advertising fays YOU. that makes It valuable. Our rates are lowest for equal service. Ing UKIVSF.S KX l'KISA(;F. OX Til KKK"liKCKSKI IX Mi. Wooster, Ohio, April 6. A three legged dog upon which its owner re fused to pay express charges because of its incomplete anatomy, has been put up for sale at public auction by the express company here on April 10. The dog has been advertised for sale and every step taken to make the sale as "refused express" legal. When the dog was consigned to a young woman here It had four legs. A clay after It arrived, however, it broke out of Its crate, ran away from the station and when it was return ed it was minus one hind leg. The consignee called and claimed she did not have to pay the full express charges, as the express bill call. I for a whole dog. "A dog Is a dog," said the agent, as he stood by his guns. The dog was left on his hands. Washington. April . The body of Maj. Pierre Charles l.'Knfunt Is t be removed from Its resting place, on the Liigges' farm. In Prince George county. Maryland, and buried In Ar lington eemetery, with appropriate t eremonies. The House has recently passed the Senate joint resolution, giving per mission for the use of the rotunda of the capitol for part of the day, when the reinterment will take place, and It is the plan of the officials to have the L'Enfant casket lie In stale there for several hours, that it may ne seen by the public. The exact day will be determined as the result of a lonference between the Senate and House leaders and the officials of the District of Columbia. This act of Congress does appro priate, though tardy, justice to the memory of the man who. under the direction of Jeorge Washington, planned the federal city, and who lo cated "Vongress huunc" on the bryw of what is now capitol hill. His or iginal plan of the city of Washington v. as revived by the committee of which the late Senator McMillan of Michigan was the chairman, und it has been Incorporated as a part of the famous Burnharu plan for the beautification of the capital. Dr. James Dudley Morgan is the president ' of the Columbia Historical society of this city, and following the action of Congress, he prepared a sketch of IV Enfant, compiled from the official data in the possessum of the government. Dr. Morgan, in his sketch, .ays: Sketch r lKiil'aiil. "Ma. Pierre Charles IVKnfunt w.is bor in Paris. Aug. 2. 17.r.4. and died at Green Hill, the home of William W. Diggee. prince George county. Maryland. June 14. 1X2.'.. "On Feb. 14. 1777. he sailed from IVOrlent In the Amphltrlte with Col. Tronson du Coudray of the French artillery, who became inspector gen eral In the continental army. IVEn-f-ant. with other French officers, ar rived at Portsmouth. X. H., April 20, 1777. "His first service with the conti nental army was in the South. There lie was wounded at the siege of Sa annah. and left on tho field; at t'harleston, S. C, he was taken pris oner May 12. 1780, and exchanged ht New York. Jan. 2, 1782, for Lieuten ant do Heyden. "He wa promoted to be captain of engineers Feb. 18. 1778, and to be major by brevet. IT. S. Army., by special resolution of Congress May 2, 178.1. In 1784 he as on duty at Fort Mifflin in constructing tho de fenses. The freedom of the city of New York was tendered him by the corporation Oct. 13, 178s. for dis tinguished services In rebuilding toe city hull for the continental congress. Planned! Washington City "General Washington, who wis well acquainted with the tal ents and genius of IVKnfant. chose him above others lor the task of planning the federal city, and Jef ferson, writing from Philadelphia April 10, 171, to IVKnfant, who had arrived March 9, 1791, at his desti nation, says: 'I am happy tho presi dent hafl left the planning of the town in such good hands, and have no doubt It will be done to general satisfaction." "The capitol was located on the map submitted to General Washing ton in September, 1791. and IVKn fant's orders were 'to continue clear ing the cellars and begin laying the foundation of the congress house and the president's palace.' "This patriot, giving the bct years of his life for our cause in the war of the Involution, and using his skill and genius in the conception and ex ecution of his plan, which has made possible the beautiful city of Wash ington, was dependent upon charity In his later years, and lies burled with no slab, stone or. cross to marK his grave. When friendless, aftr vain -efforts for recognition, unap preciated by bis adopted country, poor and deserted, he came to the hospitable home of the Digges. at Green Hill, Prince George county. Mil., to die." MOUFKN JIOTIXS AM) Tlll'.llt M K F.I.S. The new hotel buildings which are being put up mark the culmination of n business to which the best of Amer ican Ingenuity and desire for luxury has been concentrated. Time was when the hotel that cost half a mil lion (IoIIhi-.s was considered palatial. Now, no new hotel in the larger cit ies is considered first clnss unless It costs at least I1.U00.000. and many of the new hostelrles cost three, four and Ave millions, including their site of ground lease. The modern hotel Is a house of marvels. The casual guest who spends a night In one between trains or i rd r a simple dinner for a few friends does not realize perhaps the cost and Ingenuity of the mechan ical devices that are summoned to his !. i -vice. Not only is his room light ed and ventilated by electricity, but his carriage is signaled, the potatoes f'.r his breakfast are peeled anil his ircad is kneaded by the same force, line of the latest hotel devices is a telautograph, by which orders wrlt t n In one department are automat ically transmitted to paper by a mov ing pencil In a totally different part of the building. Another electrical device Is a delicate apparatus install ed in every room of n New York ho tel, which sends In an alarm of lire whenever the temperature around It Is abnormally high. Tho old broom with Its cloud of dust is a thing of the past. Pneumatic brooms have taken Its place, suck ing up every particle of dirt and de positing it in a bin In the base ment. Kven the chambermaids who run these brooms are kept In con stant touch with the main otllce by electricity. When one enters a room she Inserts a small glass bulb in a socket on the frame of the hall door. This connects a circuit which not only lights the bulb but also a. glass but ton on a switchboard in the office, thus enabling the clerk to tell ex actly where every maid In the house Is at a glance. Itoston Globe. T1IK TIIKATKHH OF NKW YOKK. The announcement that a theatre to cost $185,000 Is planned for Colum bus avenue and Sixty-first street gives a new realization of the theatrical ad vance northward. Lincoln square within five years has developed Into an amusement center. With the completion of the new the atre at Sixty-first street next fall, the circle in the extent and variety of its regular and vaudeville houses, will compare favorably with the at tractions of the Madison square re gion of two decades ago. The devel opment of Times and Herald squares lns amusement centers Is recent his tory, and only a brief memory Is I. ceded to recall the time when Union nquare had but lost to Madison square Its pre-eminence and what an earlier generation knew as the Rlalt was advanced half a mtle further north. On the west side, and on the east at longer intervals, the city now has a chain of amusement centers ez terMng from Fourteenth street to Karlem. This evolution la not the least remarkable feature of civic pro gress; it is perhaps more extraordin ary than the hotel development. Ev ery northward stage of the business and social expansion of the city has been attended by an accompanying development of new amusement fa cll'ties until Manhattan may boast a completer theatrical circuit, so to speak, than that possessed by any half dozen other American cities in comblmtion. Including Erooklyn, where similar amusement centers exist and where Mr. Hammerstein Is soon to erect a new opera house, Nw' York has an array of theatres unequaled In the world New York World. See 1. II. Cox, the plumber, for gar den hose. . All grades and prices, from $S to $8. Garden heme repairing. 70 West Central. Plione 1020. ALBUQUERQUE, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7. THE WORLD FAMOUS Armour Dapple Bray Six Horse Team THE PRIZE WINNERS OF THE WORLD. (Owned by Armour & Co.) This Superb Attraction Will Come With Xodol. For Dyspepsia and Indigestion. If you suffer from Indigestion or Dyspepsia; if you are annoyed with gas on the stomach, fulness after eating, belching, sour stomach, heartburn, etc., a few doses of Kodol will relieve you. If yon knew u wall as we do bow rood a prep aration Kodol la for Indigestion and dyspepsia It would be unnecessary for us to guarantee a alngle bottle. Bat to eet you to know how good It la aa well M we know, we practically will purchase the first bottle for you. You wonder, perhaps, how we can afford to take such an offer It la because we have abso lute confidence in tbe honesty and fairnaa it the publto. We know there are thousands of persona who Ciffer from Indigestion and dyspepsia who would i grateful to ua for putting: them In touch with Kodol. That Is why. Furthermore, we know that after you hate aed Kodol your faith in the preparation will be equal to ours. This proposition we make la not altogether unselfish, but it is actuated by the knowledge that the use of Kodol by you will benefit you as well as ourselves. IIow could we afford to make such an offer to the public, and how could we afford to spend thousands of dollars to tell you about it unless we positively knew and were sure of the merits of Kodol. We couldn't it would bankrupt us. But we know the merits of Kodol and we want you to know. A perfect dippter must contain many ingred ient each in proper proporiii n. It must be a liquid, because all those ingred ient cannot be put Into dry form. It must be able to digest any food, or aa? mlxturea of food, and completely. Kodol does that even In a glass test tube. No other digester can. Kodol alone doea all of the work. It etope aO Irritation, and give the stomach complete rest. It haa taken us years to get a perfect digester, but we certainly have It now, Please try it today at our rlak. It means more than relief. It means that the stomach will do it own work far sooner thaa you'll expect. Kodol digests all the food you eat. Eat what you want and let Kodol digest 1U Our Guarantee Get a dollar bottle of Kodol, and do It today. Don't delay. And If you can honestly bay that vou did not receive any benefits from it after you Iiaveu-ed tlie entire bottle the druggist will re fund jour money to you without question or cielav. We will pay the druggist the price of the bottle purchased by you. Anv driiirjii-t will give you TCodol on these terms, liecause lie know s our guarantee is good. The ll.oo bottle contains 2 times as much aa the 6oc Imttle. Kodol is prepared at the laboratories of E. C. IVWIU & Co., Chicago. T11K XNSKIIV.TIVH ItH.lt'Y. At the outset It wan the eaMitst thing in the woii.l for thw persons whose Hellish interests th eonsirva- tion p"licy Interferes with, to pro mote the Men Unit it was the pur pose of the government to jf Kregute the nation's i. soiirces, and for sen timental and altruistic reasons to deny their us- to tho people. Throughout tile states, where the great part of the nation's property lips, it has required much mission ary effort to teach the people that the real purpose Is to preserve for all the resources which a few w on' grab; that tho property Is to be con served for more liberal and more 1 rotltable use than has ever before luen possible; that wastefulness Is to be rostra hied along with private monopoly. It is believed tli.it a" a result of 'hiof I'iiichot's vlsil lo Col orado the legislators will not be so tolerant as was exported of the de mands if those interests which seek control of valuable rights and u!o ft yet the state in militant opposition to the national policy. So far as state property is concern i d. the Chicago legislature is at lib i rty to make any terms It pleases for control and use. Hut the property of Hie nation within its boundaries will be safeguarded against en croachment. Mr. I'mchol g ive warn ing that the forest service will take no backward st- P ' Its plans for the protection of the public Interests, however extreme the denunciation of opposing iriteieM- At the s.mo time he asked and oolideiitly expected lo cal support for the policies Im Col orado us i : -ew hel'e.-- I'l oVhlellee Journal. inc. . i:. Simon Car. -.a.- bors, s. I :-:s. sad dies and spiiiig wagons for country trips. Call at my store, l.'dj North A mo stri ct. The reason hi do so much IIOCG1I 1KV work i tiecniiM vp do li rlirlil slid at the price pin cannot afford lo bate It done lit home. IMITItlXl. I.AlMHtY SILLS-FLIT1 Circus - Menagerie -Hippodrome- Wild West 100 -STARTLING, SUPERB, SENSATIONAL AND STUPENDOUS SURPEISES--100 30-CHAM- PION AERIALISTS IN THE AIR AT ONE TIME 20 CHAMPION ACROBATS PERFORMING P ;AT ONCE 20 10-CHAMPION EQUESSSSffi TRIANS1030-CLQWNS MAKINBJSSf FOOLS OFlONE ANOTHER AT THE &M$' , SAMP TIMES(1 20 MAR. sm$F &Wt$hj ikkvuvnviuni wn- - Jar r;i 7a?Z RARE WILD BEASTS FROM EVERY CLIME. Copyright,, ','J'i'? J. H. O'RIELLY & CO. TIM! Mi-ourl Society of Xcw Mexico meets the second W'rd- uesduy tit cadi mouth at Odd lVllovis' hall. South Second street. Next meeting Wcilm-- day. April 11. twtv. Hedciiartcr-4 at rcsmi I. liar- net building. Se"cnil und t'en- tral. I'liouv 1071). All MJsMUiriiiiw ure rcciie-tod to rail and register. O. J. Kit Af'.MKlt, . Secretary. i-eY"-: "- . . . : .vast .. . 1908. ttafc2.;i;r::jr.ar JiS. On I Hzr. K r tvTIIT.:' ' 'V' .lAKill 1 II - s. (street r 30 r-i nuNx&i see mi':; THEM WHILE ... ito A Band of Sioux WarriorsY by Special Permission of U. B S. Govemment---IUu5lratojf j-;: iwiioii ax. wiuwiu- "A w xi r . 9 . lancmg in nauTo voeiumt """t I Battl Scene of Wad W ' tv--.V.'.,' PARAGE Moving in Ma jestic Mitch, Under Irridescent WmjSheen of a 1,000 , . -VJ Ma r I II' j . VI . Free Exhibition on Show Lot on Arri val of Parade 10 Acres of Waterproof Tents-Come, Rain of Shine-2 Shows Daily Afternoon and Night DOUBLE KERB OF GIANT FEEFOJiraG ELEPHANTS FREE HORSE SHOW -' " c op c r i u' ili ' nun 00CCLE 8PECTCCU- . U8 TOURKAIMENT ": u SfECSfil RATE ROUXO TRi? EXCaQICHS TM ML RftlLKCADS r.:: SEE ACIltTS Sec the Enlarged Zoo and Hear the Sells-Floto Military Band.