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TTEHMY, APRTXi 27, INt. ALimQUERQTTE CITIZEN. HOW ROOSEVELT AND IAFT DM Big BIU" Keeps ihe Notoriety Seekers Waltlng-T. R. Handled the Crowds With Ease. Wushiapton. D. C. April 27. Con gresnin tire beginning to wonder wheth- r thprp Isn't a method In the change in the manner of receiving c.itlcrs Unit has characterir.ed the new regime at the White House. Some of them are acquiring a sus picion Just the slightest possible suspicion, you understand that may be the president would like to dis courage the habit of Idlers who visit the capital and Ket their con gressmen to take them around "to bhake hands with the president," for no .reason on earth except to gratify their vanity. It's this way. Under the last ad ministration callers with the requisite Introductions were received at the Whit" House dully from 10 to 12. except on cabinet days. Mort of the callers were in tow of congressmen, who felt they were Intruding on the time una .strength of the chief ex ecutive without much warrant, and wer decidedly bored. But they didn't dare refuse the request of a "const it.' as the free and Independ ent voter is Irreverently called. ItooM-M-If's Methods Wore IHffc-rcnl. Mr. rtoosrvolt haridlcd the crowds with a?e u.nd dispatch. The visitors would he shown Into the cabinet room adjoining his private olllce. The pres ident would rush out and make the circuit of the room, shaking hands nnd saying a weird to every one. When he found somebody who really had something to say to him h Would ask him to step Into the pri vate office. Thin when he had sent the hand shakers on their shining way lie would retire for the real con versations to the office, meanwhile allowing the cabinet rooms to till again. These sorties were made with suffi cient frequency to enable him to keep the room pretty clear. All of which encouraged the congressmen to fetch their anxious "constlts" to the White House in large numbers. It's different now. President Taft stands at the head of the cabinet ta ble and the visitors file by. If he finds one with whom he wishes to converse he tnkes him aside forth with for the conversation while the test of the crowd waits. When he Rets through he comes back and the line begins moving again. But It la likely to be delayed indefinitely at any moment by the president's dis covery that he must have a private conversation with some individual. He makes no attempt to clean out the handshakers, but keeps them waiting. HhV Hard oil HtalCHiiicn. The cons-qu" nee is that a congress man who take a visitor to the White Houso for the handshaking ceremony risks losinx a couple of hours' time. So he Is disposed to hang back, and tell the anxious seeker after great ness and it's awfully hard to see the president, and to make other excuses and get out of going and risking the delay. Majbe the president hadn't any Eat What You Want And let Kodol digest it There can then be no fermentation, no pain, no distress no indigestion. Eat a sufficient amount of food, wholesome food vei v df. Eat what the appetite call for, be v.te .hat is wbal tbe health and strecrth of tho boci.v require. Then don't worry about indigestion or dyspepsia; Vut take Kodol occasionally at tho time when you need It, and your food will be directed com- Jiletely ; but don't diet and don't deny yourself tho ood you like,Jor dieting' la unnecessary; It ia erocg to be buarry. Food la fuel for tho body. It furnishes blood, bone, health and strength ; but It must be directed first., and you are not going to be healthy or strong as i - r.jf as your stomach fella to do Its work. ! 't fear to eat tho food you like for as you ki the body requires a variety of it and that e 1 'i you don't eat may be the very tbinr you K-. ;o supply the neoeeaary strength for your body. v - tay eat what you want and lot Kodol digest It. r do you haT to uko Kodol all tho time; you .'n't want to hare to uko It all the time. Tk . e it just when you need It, and in that way al k it te help tho stomach to get trotof and wall. But when you do eat what you want and what you like best, be sure that all tho food la digeeted; you must be sure that the stomach la able to digest it. Else that portion of the food, which remains In the stomach undigested, irritates tbe stomach Un- Ufl jKJ HI sM. U UUUIKCWVU itiiiatvvsj - v vnwiiiwk a ing, and that Is what causes pain. Then agali dikfetted food ferments in the stomach and it hat causes sour risings, gas ana I. such Idea In mind when he devised this way of handling rallcrs. Hut whether he dirt or tot the method In having lt effect and thp number nf visitors hns perceptibly drcllnpd. "It is all right." a enngrt wunan Hiild today. "Thin procession of handshakers in nn Imposition. Only how am I to square myself with the folks hnrk home who makp thr trip to Washington If they can't tell the neighbors that they wpnt tip and shook hands with Hip president?" How's This? We offer One Hundred Hollars Re warj for any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Cnthrrh Cure. F. J. CHKXKT & CO.. Toledo, Ohio. We. the undersigned have known V. .1. Cheney for the last fifteen years nnd believe him perfectly honorable in all business transnctions and financially able to curry out any obligations made by his firm. WAI.D1NCS. KINNAN & MARVIN. Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken In terniilly, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all drug gists. Take Hall's Family Pills for con stipation. POPE REGRETS DIFFICULTY Catholic Church-Could Not Possibly Consent to a Cere mony by a Protestant Minister. Koine, April 27. The Vatican gieatly regrets the difficulties which have arisen owing to the difference in the religion of too contracting parties in tlie arrangements for the wedding of Count Hermann Crchci r-Tliess uud Miss Muriel White, the daughter of the American ambassador to France. Kspeeiul regret is expressed over the attitude of the ambassador, who believes that the trouble Is due to the religious interference of Ihtrdlnu! Kopp, who refused to grant a dispen sation for the marriage except -n condition that the bridegroom re frain from attending any other relig ious ceremony. Vatican ofllcials declare that Am bassador White is highly thouglrt of here, and his relations with Cardinal Merry del Val, the papal secretary, and Cardinals Matolli, -Agrliardi and Vennutelll are particularly friendly, but they add that not even the pope himself can grant ipermlssion to a Catholic prelate to celebrate a mar riage In a Protestant church. It is pointed out that the toleration of the Catholic church is demonstrated by the fact that dispensations are grant do In the case of mixed marriages, such as the one In question, but that 1; cannot permit the celebration jt the sacrament in a non-Catholic church, as tiy so doing it would give recognition to It as the true church. The precedents of marriages cele brated both in Catholic and Protest ant churehc which have been cltei, it is said, took place without permis sion of the Catholic bishops., who can not prevent such infringements, but can only impose penances afterwards ISS WHITE'S These are the thing you hare to get rid of but you can't do it by sun-ring yourself. Weakening tbe body is not strengthening the stomach. Yet you do weaken the body when you deny yourself some article of food you find does not agree with you. And here la where Kodol is so effective. It di gests what you eat and does it completely. It eat ables you to eat Just what you like and Just what your appetite demands. Kodol doesn't simply digest certain kinds of food It digests erery kind of food. It acta as Nature acts and it assists Nature In assimilating the food it helps Nature get out of the food what there is ia it strength, blood, bone, muscle and life. Kodol Is for you. Kodol Is for anyone and erery one who needs It and wo want you to try it now and bo eonrlnoed that you can eat Just what yoa like If you will only let Kodol digest for a time that wLleh you do eat. Our Guarantee Go to your druggist today and get a dollar bottle, and If after using the entire bottle you can honest ly aay you hart received no benefits from It, return the bottle to tho druggist and ha will refund your money te you without question or delay, and we will pay the druggist tho prloe of the bottle pur chased by you. This offer applies to the large bottle only and te one in a family. The dollar bottle contains e times as much as the fifty cent bottle. Kodol is prepared at the laboratories of K. O. ram un that ia beioninf . I DeWlU Co., Chicago. H. O'RIELLY & CO. TAFT PROMISES TO CARRY OUT T. R. POLICIES Messarje to Next Congress Will Clinch Work Be gun by Roose velt. Washington, April 27. The Taft administration ha been In power for aicauons are mat ne is giving u. goou deal of attention to four important questions of policy, aside from the tariff, and is working with his cabi net and the leaders in Congress to ward having them perfected and car ried out. To begin with, Mr. Taft WanU to leduce the expense of administering the affairs of the government. There a an opportunity for large economies In the big executive departments, nnd he wants to continue the work f consolidation and retrenchment be gun by President Hoosevelt. In part, this work can be done by executive order, but the rest of it can only be brought about through legislation. It will take several months to get A clear view of the situation, so that the president nnd his advisers may know definitely what should he done. In the second place, Mr, Taft Is de sirous of procuring legislation that will make effective the main Jtoose velt policies, particularly those dcli'i ing the relations of the government to Interstate corporations of all kinds. The Hepburn corporations of all kinds. The Hepburn law was a start in that direction, hut it is now appar ent, even to the friends of that law, that In tho light of experience It needs radical amendment. The president ilcsln, in the third place, to strengthen the personnel of the diplomatic corps, so that the Uni ted States may lie the better aide to handle diplomatic questions in a i-at-Isfactory way. In the fourth place, the president Is determined to place on the bench only the very highest type of men. Roosevelt Policies. It is now believed that the presi dent, in his first annual message to Congress next December, will ask for few things excepting those which will clinch the Hoosevelt policies. These policies are to .be emphasized in the message, nnd the larger part of that document taken up wdth their discus sion. tine of the new subjects to ilie put into the message will probably be a recommendation for an income tax law. Representative Stevens of Min nesota, It will be recalled, has be-'ii Inquiring Into the Income tax ques tion, at the president's suggestion, and Is now working with the attorney general, Mr. Wlckersham, to the end that a suitable bill may be prepared for Introduction into Congress. In the matter of reducing the ex penses of the great executive depart ments the president has already dope a good deal of preliminary work. He has directed tho attorney general and the secretary of commerce and labor to reorganise and combine the bureaus of their respective departments, so that duplication of work may cc-ase and a systematic and pnusiness-like scheme of handling cases against cor porations be set up. He has asked the surgeon general of the marine hospital and public health service to draw up a plan whereby all the agencies of the fed- eral government f.ir the preservation of the public health may be consult-, dated. He hns put the officials of the navy I department to work on a plan of navy d partment reorganization so that greater efficiency and economy may be hi ought about. In addition to thie things, the president has named a committee- f three cabinet of),, ers to study careful ly all wrtys of uttlng down expense In the i xecutive departments. This committee Is to prune all the depart ment estimates before they go to Con gress next winter the first time In the history of the government thai work of this kind has ever been done. When the reforms here alluded to shall have been carried out, the president bellevi s that the cost of running the government cun be te duced millions of dollars yearly. 'Ittft Wants legislation. One reaeon why the president has put seven eminent lawyers In his cab inet Is that he wants to take the llooseve.lt polk U s us a whole nnd hip them into a comprehensive legislative scheme. The work Involved will be very gnat. The estimate has been made that it will take well Into the fall for the cabinet lawyers to go over the policies thoroughly and decide in what way they can 'best be laid before Congress with recommendations for legislation. Tho work Is of the highest im portance, both to the president per sonally and to the Republican party, and the president wants it done with the utmost care and disinterested ness, to the end that he inay go be fore the people saying that hla pledge of support of the policies has b-en kept, both as to the letter and the spirit. For one thing, the president Is un derntood to favor I gislatlon prevent ing the ovcr-capitall.ation of inter state railways. He Is also understood to want laws enacted that will say hi n private property engaged In public utility enterprises generally In subject to governmental Interference, and to what lengths this Interference may properly be carried, llotli these ideas are embedded In the Hoosevelt policies, and are Indeed the leading f' atures of them. It will be the duty of the attorney general to work out the rough drafts of the bills the president thinks should become laws, looking to tin end aliove referred to. The subject embraces, iri addition to what h;uj nl- I ready been mentioned here, the less- ening of the authority of the inter Mate commerce commission, and th-j consequent Increase of the authority j of the bureau of corporations In the department of commerce and labor. The purpose in a general way Is to make a complete chain between the several departments and bureaus cluirgej with control over corpora tions. There Is no such chain now. and the work that the government Is. doing Is haphazard and disappointing. I It is notev ortliy that the president j Is in no hurry to fill places oh the fi deral bench. There are a number of these vucuncbw, including those In Washington, Minnesota, Alaska and some of the southern states. The pres ident Is moving so slowly In thin mat ter that some of the people In tills Ity are beginning to think that he Is not moving at all; but in tills they uie mistaken. The j-vesident te'ls his callers, with much lianknen;, that he regards fed- ral Judicial atrointments as being of , the very highest Importance to all the people. In this respect they are a . lass by themselves, for no other class of appointment? so nearly affects the generul wel'ani of all the people. ARIZONA PIONEER PASSES AWAY IJvcd in Suit Uiv.T Valley Slmv IH7H 4wiul I lohpitabli- ItaiMii on Way to Tonto Ilnsiii. rilobe. Ariz.. April 27. ilenry Ar- iner, one of the oldest residents of (511a county, died nt his home in up per Salt river valley, six miles above the Hoosevelt dam, lit 2 o'clock Sat urday afternoon. Mr. Armer had been gradually failing for several months, and his death is attributed to old age, ha being upwards of n years old. He is survived by his wite und six grown sons, all resid ing In this county and the sons being thrifty cattlemen. Soon after the newg of Mr. Armer's death was re ceived here, Oeorge K. Shute, the liveryman, left for the Armer home with a casket, and interment took place there. The Armer family came to Gila county in 1X78 and located in upper Salt river valley, where they have lived continuously ever since. Mr. Armer wus a successful farmer and the Armer homestead became one of the most productive farms in the valley. 15elng on the main traveled road of the county, Armer's was a stopping place for travelers to and from the Tonto Basin, and all who were worthy found the latch string always out. Although eccentric in some ways JItnry Armer was a man of sterling qualities and a good citi zen. He will be kindly remembered by all old-timers. ISK M.W GIVKS OFHCT-aiS A TllA.sK. Kingman. Ariz.. April 27. Up and down almost unscalable peaks and over burning desert sands for five days. Mohave county officers and In dians have trailed Joseph Beckley, the miner who attempted to murder John Ware, a storekeeper, and W. 11. Hall, a mine operator, and shot down Itohert Caldwell of Chloride, Tues day evening, lust, und now a report comes from the posse that they have the desperado in a secret pass, one of the most inaccessible parts of the Blue Uidge mountains, and expect to close in upon him at once. t p Before Uie liar. N H. Brown, an attorney, of Pitta field, Vt. write: "We have used Dr. King's New Life Pills for year and find them such good family medi cine we wouldn't be without them." For chills, constipation, blllousraesa or sick headache the work wooden. Ho at all dealerj. LVtVtVvVl RUBBER PLANT ELASTIC Mexican Ranchman Reports This Startling Condition Among Cat tle The Mexican Herald, which recently published a story a'bout goats getting drunk on the marihuana plant and jumping about wildly and refusing to cat, has found another one that bents the goats. Hero it is: That he is not the only cattleman since the days of Leban and the lat ter'e shrewd son-ln-raw, Jacob, who has been cheated out of his kine by striped sticks and .bewitched her s, was brought to the attention of Mr. Maldonado of tVlnva last night by a guest at the Uoh Mundos hotel. Mr. Maldonado, it will be remem bered, is the owner of a herd of goats mar Vlay;i which he fear luslng through tlie latter taking a marihuana diet. "Your trouble is small, ' said Pedro Klores. of MoscpiiK, t'oahuila. "I am a modest, though one time prosperous rattle man and own some of the tlnest cows in northern California. It was I who invented the idea of placing ren net In the inilk cans on loading them on the train at Moo,ulz and delivering the product at Monterey and rialtl'.lo in the form of fresh cheest the Jolt ing of the train saved the enormous expense of churning and shaking the milk necessury to produce cheese and thus overpay for transportation. "Well, all went to the merry and I was paying the tast installment on my daughter's new piano, when the guayule habit came on. I 'rented .1 To Enjoy the full confident of the Well-informed of the World aud the Commendation of the most eminent physicians it was essen tial tliat the component parts of Syrup of Figs and Llixir of Senna bhould be known to aud approved by them; there ' fore, the California Fig Syrup Co. pub , lislics a full statement with every package. 'ITie perfect punty and uniformity of pro- duct, which they demand in a laxative remedy of an ethical character, are assured by the Company's original method of man ufacture known to the. Company only. TV. figs of California are used in tlie proi! ; tion of Syrup of Figs and IHixir of Sen: to promote the plea.sant tate, but th' . .licinal principles are obtained from pi known to act mos-t beneficially. get its U'neficial effects always buy t' ynuinc manufactured by the CaU f .a Fig Syrup Co. only, and for sale I ill loading druggists. MAKES MS TO SELL AnythingQuickly You can learn who will pay good prices for the things you have to sell, at no ex pense, except for the cost of a Citizen. It's easy profitable and more dignified than the "for sale" sign wayonly a few peo ple will notice the si?nt and they may not be interested in what ycu have to sell. Not only can you find a ready buyer for single articles, but stores, houses and real estate can be sold if you patronize the Cit izen Want Ad Columns Read Citizen Want Ads Every Day field where guayule appears to have got a good start and placed some of my best cows In it to pasture. "The cows seem to have got th-j guayule craze, or else I cannot ac count for thu strange change that came over them. "Ope of my hired men came to me one day und eaid that the cows were Jumping up and down all over the Held. 1 went out and assisted in catching one that wasnot bouncing so high, and found that hejr hoofs had turned to rubber. While I examined the thing's rubber heels, one man held her by the horns, but finding that these stretched he gave her an uwkward pull forward that caused her to rebound Beveral yard to the rear. As she went over my head I caught her tail, but that appendage only began to stretch some several meters "beyond the proportion laid tiown In bovine anatomy, and w hen I turned the tall loose, it slapped the cow such a sharp blow in her left eye that It put it out. "The other cows continued to bounce. Fearing that they would bounce out of the pasture before anything could be done, I telegraphed to Saltillo for a dozen giKid cattle ropers to come and lariat them back to earth. In this way six were saved. but we never could milk them, b-- vauso their teats stretched when any attempt was made to perform that op- ration. A Monclova doctor suggest ed that I could vulciintr.e the ruble r bv feeding the cows on sulphur. Thi had the effect all right, but when the cure was completed they were so stiff legged that they died from inability to walk from one blade of grass to another, or bund their neck to drinx. "1 don't think marihuana is nearly so bad for goats us guayule is for eov." BIG LEAGUE GAMES WIIKIU-: THEY AltK PLAYING THIS ArTKKNOON. American league. St. Louis at Chicago. Detroit at Cleveland. Philadelphia at Washington. .New York at Boston. National l4-aae. Boston at New York. Brooklyn at Philadelphia. Chicago at Cincinnati. Pittsburg at St. Louis. HOW Tinri- STAND. American Irf-ague. Won. Lost. Ieiro!t X 3 Pet. .727 .667 &S .uo6 .500 .400 .364 Ni w York Boston Philadelphia .. . Chicago St. Louis Cleveland Washington . . 6 National l.egae. Won. Lost. 5 3 ti 4 Pet. .625 .600 .u$3 .571 .500 .429 .375 ,S:t3 Boston . . Chic ago . . . Cincinnjti Philadelphia Pittsburg . , New York Biooklyn . . St. lyOllig . momy t;Mi:s. American league. At Washington R. H. K. ( lev eland 2 3 2 IVtioit 4 f 4 Ihitteriis: Khoades and Ka"terday; Willett and Schmidt. At Washington R. II. K. Washington 1 3 Philadelphia 3 7 9 Batteries: Broom, Burns and Street; Bender and Thomas. At Boston Boston .... New York Batteries: it. H K. 3 T 2 ....2 7 2 Mattern and Smith; Wiltse, Marquard and Myers. At Cincinnati ft. H. E. Cincinnati 2 7 2 Chicago 8 10 3 Batteries: Campbell, Ilagan, Kar ger and Koth; Overall and Moran. At I'hiladulphia R. H. K. Philadelphia 13 1 Brooklyn 4 7 b Batteries: Moren, Coveleskl and looin; Mclntyre and Dunn. National Ieague. At St. Louis R. H. E. St. Louis 3 8 4 Pittsburg 4 11 1 Batteries: Salee. Lush and Moore; Leilield, Pliilippi and Uibson. At New York K. H. K. Boston 1 3 0 New York 0 2 3 Butteries: Chech nnd Carrigan; Newton, Warhop and Blair. At Chicago U. H. E. Chicago I 2 1 St. iAtuis 2 1 Batteries: Smith and Sullivan; Powell and Criger. Ainrrican Association. At Columbus R- Columbus 3 Indianapolis ..... 1 At Minneapolis R. Minneapolis Milwaukee 2 At St. Paul St. Puul Kansas City . . R. . 2 . 4 At Toledo R- Toledo Louisville 3 MXiAb NOTIOK. In the Iitrict Court of the County of Bernalillo, Territory of New Mexico. Whitney Company, Plaintiff, v. L-e & Green, Defendant. No. 79. To Whotn It May Concern: Notice Is hereby given that the de position of W. li. Oreen will be taken by John W. Wilson, notary publi-;. pursuant to an order of the court and com illusion, on the Vth day of June, 1009. at the residence of said M. It. Green, 712 Bast Coal avenue. Albuquerque, New Mexico, to perpet uate his testimony; said testimony tJ be used in the above suit brought to obtain Judgment for the amount said plaintiff for goods old and de livered said defendants by said com pany. HKItHERT F. RAYNOCD8, Attorney for Plaintiff., Postoffice address, Albuquerque, N. I'd Rather Dte. Doctor, than have my feet cut off," said M. U Bingham, of Prlnccvllle, 111., "but you'll die from gangrene (which had eaten awuy eight toes) If you don't." said all doctors. Instead be used Bucklen's Arnica Salve till wholly cured. Its cures of enema, fsver sores, bolls, burns and pllea astound the world. J5n at all dealers. o The rapid Increase wa oar bastnesa Is due to good work and tear trft J mrnt of onr parrorx Habbs Laundry.