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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING' JOURNAL MONDAY. MAY 8, 191 1.
PRESIDENT DIAZ ANNOUNCES i ii ni rnn ill! in KIILLIIIUtlLUU 10 RETIRE (Con t Inn ! from Paae t. Column 4i under cnulertbn. (in far the stub lit I'Httmi lit hu rcctKcd mi word from the itilinMi v In Mexico com lin ing ihi' i(i't d'-v elopincni. The vv ir ilcpurttm nt hud mi aiviics ti s p .la ili ro older f'T tlii- wllli.lr.mnl r In surrecto force from l ho border, the only reports liclnn 'f tin- capture I ; Cnited Ntati toop of person at tempting to smuggle arms serosa the frontier. I'ltllLA .ltltlso II s No n:it of ih:i kt hy im iujj pucbla. Mix., May 7. Although many rebel tire t idling tun h-tnln nt iar irtim liertu ami aitai king the smaller towns, almost always aband oning them rt f ti r ' 1 1 1 ll I III UK fresh Kill' plies nild what money In nv ullnble, Ill- Ill" fear I fill that an early attack will be iiib'U on 1hl city. Su confident tin the mllltiry auth entic Tcc that they iln not hesitate tn (lrtiill from the nmio toe large gar rison here detachments In pursue the rebel. Today a force nf 100 men sent from Piichlu Is liiiiitlni! rebel In the village tu-iir Otunhnpa. i!e- port rent lied hero thit the rebel hml again occluded Allium, n neaihy town, which him been taken nriil re tuken by both side Ht least twice. They are also said In he gathering near Chlclla iirnl (iiatltlu, In tin- same region a lit Atlljteo. Colonel Wan quel, who recently led thf campaign nHalnn rebels In thin district, re turned here t-r dn y, l.ut ivm i r bred to go to the relief of Atllxco, Twenty-two rebel were killed nriil twelve wounded jestcrdfiy m Hun Nicole iltj Lo llancho. when m party nf seventy revolutionist vtore at tacked by h (I, tachmcnt or rur-M !(. Thu federal lux was five killed anil Vaimhn mill Howr Mnll mnl ruwc rngiT lnt, Ifivlns Vaughn rtully at 1:45 n m. rrft! nt ltnmvcll at t p, m. heav Ro;i 12.30 p. m., arrhe at Vuuahn 4:30 p. in. HiiitKiiKO nllmvanrp, lftO 'OtinilK. I(al for rxcia baiiuiigp l 5 pir 100 poundi. V'v. urn cqulppftj to t-arry liny kind f trunk!) or hiiKKiign, up tn fifteen mi ml rod pounilK. Hperinl ratta are Ctvrn for rui'tirilnna, for right or mora pnftigor. Fur further Infor ttiullmi write the rtorl Auto Co., vtll, N. M. I f Notice to! t the Tax Payers Road tax for the year 1911 is now due and payable at 0. A. Matson's Bookstore. Also the delinquent tax for the year 1910 is payable at the treasurer's office at the Court House. 3 V inn l: I is tut l Ii To Mil' that bread I the n.nt essential thu g In lilc" Vuu i an gi along Hithoot most Mil) thing else, hut bread oii must have, ii nd t I lion tnaliv pen pl are earths about th very In rilpiimibl food product! We make It our particular buslncs to turn out tlis fincn briud In town Try it. PIONEER BAKERY j 207 South First Street I III s . ir Ik reports OIK. WW. Tlo AMII1 AT M PI'MI smon !' iu;i(.VMs MfVii-o fliv, M.iy 7. lopl-, of a ourliiiin i ir ul;r i r rivi-il l nmll tmlny frnm Iirrsnrilro. Mtchnit i .m. ll in In II"' form of a prj la iurfil'ti, Mtylnir li part Wr will mt takf rmn aitiilriKt nor nppox- thf ot nni.-'l MuIto firrf, hut hap aiim-"! to unit for thf iipptrMPloit ot lr!.niilii- anil pill- Hf!." It l i ompniilt;'! hy the Hatrmfiit that It loi l''-ll HKin-il h" a law port of the rtn' n of tin town. ( (iortlin to J.iriirii Mil Halian, ho m-rh hire Inxt nlKht from Taxi-n, tiiirrrtri', UcniTal AmhrnHlo KlKin roa, Uli a.tioa wcirnrin.il men j l. tnakliiK hlx ht a.hin irt'TK at lnuala l Hh mii that in miilitlon In thrsf nun KluutToH has iniritr hi imn nuiiiil S.nou more who art- nrmt-J with ulil fanhlotirtl gnu, niai Iii Im and olhor Wf-Mputm MarihlUK from thi- uuth tn Join him In tin- forte I'd hy .MaraKanta NVrl, thu yiiiiiiit woniaii w hn plarcil hiru'lf at tin- hi-a.l of rrht'l trfH'P four wi'fkM una AtiorilliiK to Mi Hlaahan, KlRUfroH inli mleil wmn to march on C'lii-rnavn-ra. H imy th ri'hel h'ailtr In rnaln taliiliiK I'x.clli'iit onlir In ImuuIh, shootlnK hl pwn mt-n when thoy aio ilflfiti-U lootltiK. M tll itl I'lll A LMS ATTACK ON .M AltJ , III I'iibo, May 7. It n Irariieil Lit h totilKht that ii part or the Inanr ri'iln iinny had planned to ttii'k Juari'i ut tnlilnlKht were In line with u plan which aonie of thi limurrei'toa had for prei IpltHtlnx a lint tie ilevplte order tn I hr tiiiitrary from load fiirtrrn. DiaKenaion nmoiiK the leader la trlw n an one of the rauaea of the we irdly planned ultai k. It na Kahl Oiey wit loath to retire from their ponitlon without etiKUKlni? tht fed era la. They (Itilimd that they Would be hiimlllateil In the eyes of the world If they did not make an nttnt k on the rliy whpdi they had lvlr ap proached. Krnni Ift o Madero, Jr., (iuatavo A. Madero n ml other members of the Madi'io family aenl telegrama to (icn eral IHax eoiiKralulatlng hhn on hla in t. Km Itement In Kl Phbii was In teiiMe. Mexicans went about the atn-ela ahoutliiK and relchrulliiff as If the irnnnltiK battle of tho revolution had been won. A, bniul wag hint to the. Iliauri ectn camp and a big r!le brallon beg!n. . M ll HO oltliHtN AHMV TO l UU'll OX MKXICO CI I'V. Kl rao, Texan, May 7. -Fearing loiiipllciitlotia with the I'nltetl Ktalea. I'lHiielaco I. Madero, Jr., haa Klven order to nil the revolutionist on the Mexican border to withdraw front the frontier. He, hlniHelf, with all .the Inmii rectos before t'ludad Juare will proceed Muithward, hi objective point belni? tho City of Mexico. tlciierul Mmlero In a nianlfcMto to hi army today cited the loulae, Arlt., Incidents and declared thai while the tnklim of Juares might be an ImnuiiNc military ndviinttiKe ll would briiiK about complications with a mil Ion w hich hue Hlwaya Klven us proofs of It fiieiulahlp," and with uhoiii an tuternatlonal conflict won In be unfortunate In the extreme, "I'll to Mexico t'lly," la the cry tn-i lilfcht In the Madero ermy, a the men are preparing to break camp. The peace nigotbitloiia hae been it tiopeleea failure. The poll) teal chief1 KHthereil toilay for final conference coinplctod the oiMaiilsaillon of the pio Inlotml government ami badis farewell to their leader. Two roiii inlaaliins wi re appointed, one of which la to le an executive coiimiIUiik Junta to receive nny new proposal from the Mexican government and the oth er to direct the diplomatic or com mercial relationa of the lev'oliit lotiM in the I'lilt-d State, It I no necrct at the M.tdero t-anii today lint the iibundoiinicnt of biiidcr warfare in line with the pollc ol th limnrrecto from now on to court inrly tecoMiiltlon from the I'nltcd Stati . of their bclllKcri ncy. Madero military lieutenants were loath to abandon their position Around Juares. cKpeclally (lencral (ro.o, who was coiiri lciit he could take the i lly. Heil er.il Madero, however, iiiishiMiiI hi no n of liia faith In them, t xpUinlnu In plana In (be following iiiaiill'eto. "When you were Inut.i, in ctoiu' and lake tlip linioi laM city of Juarel ou all responded to my call with a cr of ciit htittia m. 1 know that your riori would have proved Irr. nmtllde and that i erv quickly this ill! would have fallen Into our huiulx. but, since Driving-Ht the liordcr, 1 have rei etved I. iioaleiii-o that when our brother tool; another town, which I fil on the International line of the 1'nlted Klatvs, the bullet of ihnne fighting fill oiiin AmerloMn territory mid i-la I tn ninny Ictlm', "Thi brought diplomatic eouipllca- I "it) whbh would be Inevitable f an attack were made on JonrcJ and iiilithi I'liiia about verv oerinu coin plltailc ii vv ttli a nation wbl. u haa of. ten given tn proof of it iricnihddti and It devolve uinn u to r.icrlitir thi Imuii n in i 1 il n IV tlv nntaite whb-h would result in tin taking of J a a ti;., vv hi. h would ptoUihiv i, suit lit an iiitcriialloiial com lo t. "I 1iii(erlnn, the ImnieiiKe sacrifice which We make in thl. I lor fl.-l.t of. Ihi re. especially our genera la. have inaiiilciitcil t.i me with gr'at insistence, their ib'Klre In take the city at hand or to a.iciirl-.-e their liven In the at tempt. "liciiciiil I , i 1 1 ; 1 1 iiro.ico i t lutly who m tli IhmI lime when in ro ar to the city of Juafe i o ild Hot attack It considered tti.it It was a mill. tir. i oiul time without making n lint showing an eMD'ude of in end abnegation al.o onon. asiiaillt I atriatl !-,-., I,;,., which is that Irom now on, w- will make a Vcrv Bi live tampaUn which will tarry voq into many hat tits win re iou vtli be libit- to satiKly jour It git iiiiuip desire ot lighting for voar country, mid your ardent wish to cover vonrself wild glorv. "In a word, t promise voq that wt will mok? a triumphal march until e artlv, f ine iHottal of. the republic, where you il receive the reward which your "pan lot Ism and clt-B.icrl- t!rc wounded. f i e have fully earned. "Kffecthe suffrage and no re-election. Camp of the army of liberation, on the alioii's of the Hravo, before ( linlad Juarez, on the m venth of Mav. J'JU. tSigncdl ' I- ItANCIS' i' I. M A HKft' '. "I'rov lloiial I'reMileiit of the itcpub- llc of Mexico. Senor l'.ranilf and iit.rcgoii. gn-be-tween In the rcietil negotiations, probably will return to Mexico I'ltj tomorrow with Judge I'urbajal, uriiclul federal envoy. They made several etfur'.s to Piiade lieneral Mad. ro and hi the .er-fol- lower to recede from their attitude upon the I'iaz tiuchtlnii, but without result. The Insurni to lenders now feel more determined than ever that they must obtain their political re form by forco of arms. Oenerul Madero plan aru not known. It I believed he will march due south to Madera mar the point where he ; slopped recently prior to his march, to Juurei. Ho intend to uirry the fighting Into the state of Coahulhi and mobilizing- all hit. force effect a Junction with Ambrosia Klgueroa and tit other rebel chiefs and siting Mexico City. All the provisional governor who have hitherto been In tho I'nited States consulting- with the Junta of the revolutlotilats now will return to their respective, state. Senor t'ar raiiva.. provision!.! governor ftf tna hulla. will take tlii"fleld iim chief of the military gone comprehended by Xurvo laoll, Conjuilii and Taniaiili pas. Senor Manuel Hoiiilla, provis ional governor of Sinoiila: Senor Maytorena. proviidonsl governor of Sonora, tiuadelupo (lonitale. provis ional governor of .aiuteias; Senor t'rgulde, provlnional governor of Tlaxeala, and Abrahiim Unnsnles. provisional governor of f'hihiiahttn, will accompany (iemr.il Madero southward en route to helr respev live heaibiuarters. Penor I'lnn Snares, provisional governor of Yucalan. however, will go to Sun Antonio, Tex., with the member of tho new executive com mission, which probably will bo resi dent there. This coinuilsMlon 1 com posed of Dr. ViiMpie. tloniez, Fran cisco Madero, Sr., nild Senor I'lno Suares, who represented the rebels In their brief peace conference with the federal government. (lUHtavo A. Madro, ltoiiue Kstrada and Juan Snnch" Azi'omi. The other lommls slun which will cure for tho business of the revolutionist! In tho United States will be composed of Tr. tin meat, it diplomatic ngent: Oustuvo A. Madero, finuniial ngent; Jose ViiMiin i eloa and Juan Sanche Axcona, as asslstanl to the (llplonintlc ngent, and Alberto Fuent's, uctlng consul at Kl l'ao. (Jiistavo A. Madero will have pow er to appoint consuls or business agents in the I'nited States. l'art of the Insurrecto army will leave (luring the night a nil the re mainder tomorrow. "tine month morn and' we'll have Mexico lily," this was the oft-repealed phrase with which the rebel lend er tonight prepared for the march, ltebel detachments are scattered throughout the state1 of Chihuahua and lire now believed to number 4. imiO men. With the additional troop, which the rebel expect to recruit on their march, as they believe sympa thy Is with the revolutionist cause, ha been strcngthtined Instead of weakened by their attitude on the Pin iiiciion, the Iiimii recto hope to muster I'll, una men for heir grano attack on the Mexican capital. A re port that Colonel llaliagn with about l.i'flO 'federals hud left Terraxas near t'hlh mi him Immediately after the armistice was broken off reached here tonight. There is strong- likelihood of an engagement between Itnhagri and n detachment of the Insurrecto army. h1 itK.iti:i run: PAHTIXO SHOTS AT JI'Altl'X Ot'TlflSTK Kl Paso, Tex., May 7. At about 7 o'clock tonight the Insurrecto out post fired a few shots toward the fed elal treiii lies i b.' to .luiircx. The federals returned' the fire, but In a few minutes th insiit ret to moved away. It In thought that the Insur recto Vanguard, which already has started to move south. decidi to give the federals in Juarez a fare well ftilute. Courier Immediately were ills patched to thi. Madero headquar ters to determine the reason for the filing. As soon an the ahot were filed, Hie federal.', at Juares, Mcx.. were mi the alert, Hugh sounded and people wire ordered orr the sticets. Jt was thought that the ln stirrcctos bad lunged their plan aiol begun the attack. It wag later explained that the fir ing was done to cover up the Insur recto retreat southward. The Insiir rcito columns began to move slowly ovtr th bills north of Juarez at 7.:;a o i lock. Colonel Italdl led the ad Vance. AUTOMOBILE DEFEATED IN RACE WITH AEROPLANE Washinglon. M ly 7. A "three-cornered lace between two aeroplanes and an automobile, brought to a l!Ul,- cestui i lose Washington a first avia tion meet today. The event was won by l.ln.. d in. achy in the r.ist time of r 1". tor the three mile. J . t. Mi-Curdy handled the biplane and the aiitomnhll,. n, driven hy A. ij. Carter of Washington, finishing third. I.lnioln I'.eai-hy was the only one to qualify fore pilot's license of tho Aero Club of America. Mct'urdy went up tor an aliunde record anil reached 2,7311 feet tn seven liiiniitea. but was forced to descend. Hugh A. Uobln Son, hn fii into marsh yesterday, on the field and nutde several sheirt psssenger-carrving flight. : BEAUTIFUL EXAMPLE OF ECCLESIASTICAL ART linden. May 7 There has Just hi en completed at Kxeter, famous as si hool of ecclt ln slh ni art, all im mense redo f..r Christ i huveh cathe dral at st Louis Planned notch tin the line of Catdttul Kesufort high s't ir screen tn Winchester raihedrsl, the redo t fullv thlrtY-riv feet In height and Is composed entirely "of I'oen t,me. In regard to sine idi.I or nate detail. It I at hi to be the larg est and moi-t Important mode In this country atiuv th middle - , C444Ott0Ot ! Si iMaloy'si : : Strawberries for preserving all this week. Come in and see them. ' , ' We sell nothing but cane sugar during the preserving season. We have Jelly Glasses, Rubbers, Fruit Jars, etc. New Mexico Green Peas this week. i A. J. Maloy j j PHONE 72 J! i......M....i E Postmaster General Hitchcock Designates Thirty-Six Ad ditional Depositories; Makes Three in New Mexico, ' (llr Miii-nlnc Jimronl Spell I mowd Wire) Washington; May i T. Postmaster (leneral Hitchcock ' today tlet Ignatcd thirty-six additional postoflices kh instill savings depositerles, which including those previously selected will make a total of 12 J established since January I. The wurk of furnishing- the neces sary equipment and having the post masters ntid their assistants Instruct ed will be hurried to permit receiv ing deposits June 1. Mr. Hitchcock expects to extend the system as rap Idly a possible until he has a postal savings bink in every money order office In the Cnited States. Among the offices designated were: tiotiglas, Aria.; Kttreka. Cat.; Trini dad, Colo.; Twin Kalis. Idaho; Inde pendence. Kas,; brooking. S. I).; St. Charles, ).; Miles City. Mont.; North Platte, Neb.; C.oltlfjehl, New; Tucum carl, N. M.; Ib kingon. X. IV; Hartlea vllle, okla.: La drandc, Ore.; Logan, I'tah; Slieiidan, Wyo,; Vancouver, Wush. " v Stylish horses and buggies fur nished on short notlc by W. U Trimble A Co., lit North Second Street. Phnns I. it i:VAit i). I will pay a suitable reward for tho rrcovery nt my horse and buggy, stoh n from In front ol my office Fri day night. May r.th. Horse is dark brow n weight about 100(1 pounds kiiec sprung, branded (A) on left leg. liarness l prat tlcully new, cost JSa.nu Columbus buggy; gear dark red. A. Moiitova, I0S S. 3rd Street, Albuquer que, N. M. CONSPIRACY TO DEPOSE VENEZUELAN PRESIDENT New York. May, 7. Plans in e be ing formulated In New York to launch an insui revtbni In Venezuela to depose President Juan Vincelite 1'ioineg, the Triluirie will say tomor row. Hv Alejandro Klva ' Vasquen. a mcmtier of the Venezuelan congress, from the state of A pure and a form er cabinet tifdcer during the admin istration of President Castro. "I have everv assurance," lr. V s queg will be qii. ted, "Hint I will be given support by patriotic Venegne lans iihroiHi and by my own eoinpn triots In Vriitmiehi. I have already urganlwd agencies fur our cause, but of course the piinclpal field of opera tion will 1-c in Now Vuik. "It will 1m Impossible for Ciemr.il Castro again tn be at the head of the government " I pl-ctipnl ti-hop Stricken. Philadelphia. May 7.- lushoj. Alex ander Mackav-Sinlth. of-the Protest Slit F.plsoiipa) illoceiie of t'ennxviv snia, fainted luiliiv in the chapel of St. ' .Inme church at Hie close of a con- Ittrmatloti service. -HI physician to night declined tn dls Uss his lllne" TUGUMCAR NAMED FOR POSTOFF C SAVINGS BANK iL STATE LEGISLATURE Laws Calling for Bond Issue Aggregating Fourteen Mi lions Passes Despite Failure to Elect Senator, Hy Murnliif Journal Hprclal I.r;mt-1 Wire Denver, May 7 Two measures calling f ,r the prcsertatlnn of the voters i orstitutiuna! amendments pro viding foi the bonding of tho statu tn unusual amounts vver umoti:,' the measures passed bv tie eighteenth general assembly, which adjourned 'tine die at midnight last night find which will go down In Colorado's po litical history for its failure to elect a j Cnited States senator. the flrt calls for a bond Issue of $10,000, nut) to be expended in the con struction of an elaborate system tif state highways: the second calls for ti nan mm kunc t,, i.u o.,h in .i, :iT- v ....... ... u.-i 4i, m: structlon of a tunnel through conti nental drive or the Rocky Mountains to assist the Oenver, Northwestern and Pacific rairoad (the Moffat road) In Its efTorts to push through to Salt Luke City. Provision Is made for the sale of the tunnel to the railroad at any time the latter is ready to make the dial. I'ntil that time the tunnel remains i tat property. Prominent among other measures passed was a bank guarantee bill, which carried tho provision that four different plana should be submitted to i the people for a choke. Tho first plan is the .Texas Mutual guaranty Idea, which requires banks to guarantee each other; the second Is the bonding Kiiurantee, requiting bonds to be de posited for the protection of deposit ors; the third requires a surplus equal to the capital stock, and the fourth provides lor a system of Individual protection to each depositor. The bank guaranty bill was the only one of the remaining "pledges'' made In the democratic state platform of 1 8US that was redeemed bv tho elsrh- iteenth general assetnblv. The heml- less ballot, tint I-para and railroad com mission and public utilities commis sion bill, all platform pledges, were killed. t Labor fared well at the hands of the legislature, among measures pnsned be Ing an eight hour law, a child labor law, and a law preventing the settle ment of person.il Injury damage claims within thirty days of the acci dent. The session was notable for the number ol bills introduced and the amount of money appropriated. A to tal of 1,162, measures were brought into the legislature, J". 6 1 of these (be ing in each branch' of the legislature. Including the good roads and tunmi appropriation, the amount of money for the expenditure of which provis ion was made reached a total of over 1 19,1)00,000. Chicago Youth Falls Into Hands of Bogus Officers in San Francisco Is Handcuffed and Relieved of Valuables, lly Xltirning .Journal Sneeinl I rioted Hire) Sun Francisco, May 7. William Schumacher, a twenty-five year-old Chicago tourist was "steered" to' a hotel room here today by a Confidence nan and soon thereafter locked Into it, handcuffed and lobbed by another one. Schumacher arrived here from Port land, late today, and while crossing -an Francisco bay from Oakland on a ft rry boat was accosted hy an elder ly stranger, claiming to be u diamond i utter, who voluntarily recommended a ' good hotel." Schumacher took his advice, nnd v. bile he was in his room unpacking a man entered and displayed an of ficial looking badgo. "1 want you for that Huffalo rob in ry." he said, drawing a revolver. "Don't ever move or 1 will blow your bead off," Schumacher submitted to be hand tuffed and then allowed the supposed deputy sheriff to take his watch, diamond pin, 1 1 OS in money, and some papers. The stranger then left "to call a taxi" so as to save his victim the support d humiliation of being t.ik i ii thiou-h the stncts in a patrol wagon.' After the robber had been gone a few minutes, Schumacher de ified he had hen hoaxed and sum moned aid. He told the police that his father Is Hubert Schumacher. !:!3 N'orth Lincoln street Chicago. He Is traveling fof his health. ILLICIT LIQUOR TRADE ON ARMY TRANSPORTS San Francisco, Ma 7 Major 11.' P. young. I'nited States army, quarter master In charge of transports play ing out of San Francisco, late today sent a wireless message to the trans port Sheridan, whbh hilled yesterday, directing her officer to search the boat for contraband Intoxicants, lie also announced he would begin nn Investigation of the alleged illh it sala of liquor on transports. It is alleged that whisky bought nt wholesale I packed in regulation army supply case, smuggled aboard transports, and there sold for as much a ti.zn per quart Try a Journal Want Ad, Results Try a Morning Journal Want Ad IDE RECORD TOURIST VICTIM OF BOLD RODDERS A . f J Leave this tremendous alcohol l)CilCl It question to your doctor. Thed?.n- XLU,W ger is too great for you to decide alone. Ayer's Sarsaparilla is a tonic, entirely free from alcohol. Take it or not, as your doctor directs. A BABY DIES EVER! ENTYS Grim Reminder of Ravages of Preventable Disease at Chi cago Child Welfare Exposi tion. lly Morning Joiiruul Special I-ea.nl Wire Chicago, May 7. A child welfare exhibit, even more comprehensive than that held In New York recently, will open in the Coliseum here Thurs day and continue for two weeks. Just within the entrance, attention will be drawn by a light, flashing every twenty seconds to one of the principal texts of the exposition, read ing;. "Every time the light flashed, a baby dies in the civilized world of a preventable disease." . In addition to many photographs and charts, there will be mucin pic tures, as well as living illustrations. The school section, under the chi Ir manshlp of Mrs. Ella Flags; Young, superintendent of the Chicago public schools, will have hundreds of chil dren, demonstrating the work of the schools. Girls will be doing laundry work, sewing', millinery, cooking nnd washing dishes; boys will exhibit their manual training and vocational work. One of the interesting features will be a das in printing, which will dem onstrate the skill of the boys, and Incidentally print the daily progress of the exhibit. There will be confer ences, morning, afternoon and evening at which men and women devoting their lives to the welfare of the young, will speak. A chorus of 1500 school children will sing. Mrs. Cyrus II. McCormlck, Jr., ot Chicago, first backed the exhibit with a guarantee of $30,000. Then last week, the estimate of expense passed that amount, she took off the limit al together and declared herself ready to provide for any budget that might prove necessary. Journal Want Ads Get Results NICARAGUA SEEKS LOAN OF UNITED STATES GOLD San Juan, del Stir, Nicaragua, May 7. The newly elected eonstil .lent ' as sembly has given authorization to President Kstrada to contract an American loan. According to dispatches from San Juan del Sur and Mann"ua, the pro posed loan, which, will amount to be tween $12,000,000 and $20,000,000, will be used to fund the internal and foreign debts, building railroads to Metagalpa and llama and establish ing a gold standard. It will be guar anteed by 50 per cent o thd customs duties. The I'nited States Is considerably Interested In rehabilitating Nicara gua, and, It is said, will exert Its best efforts to place that country on a staple footing. Kentucky Lady's Statement of How She Saved Her Own Life By the Use of Cardui. Lebanon Junction, Ky. 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Ir you suffer from headache, nerv ousness, pains in side or back, or some other symptoms of womanly trouble, don't endure the pain longer try Cardui and get Well. It has helped thousands tr other suffering ladies It will help you. Try It today. For sale at all druggists. Try a Morning Journal Want Ad LEGAL NOTICES ot i J i : or "it vr i :h-sVX.k'' District Court for Quay County, .4vv Mexico. f' A. 11, Kamicy, Plaintiff, vs. Mary A Jone and laac K. Jones, Defend ants. No. 7t. I ' N'othe hereby K!ven that whereas Judgment was entered In the above styi TINT! SECONDS AD R 01 EE LEGAL NOTICES ed and numbered cause in the above named court on thy 17th day of April A. 1).; 1S11 in favor of the plaintiff and against the defendants and each of them: First, in the eum of Jl Osta with Interest thereon at the rate of 12 per cent per annum from the Sth day Of. March, A. D. 1911. until paid, and 10 per cent on the amount of said principal and interest as attorney's fees, and for cost. to be taxed; and that a certa'a mortgage given hy the defendants on the NK 1-4 SE 1-4 and the SV 1-4 SK 1-4 of Section 13, Twp 11 N., H. 30 K.. X. M. P. M in Quay county. New Mexico, to secure the payments of .the said debts and costs be foreclosed and said kind sold lu satisfaction of said debts and costs Second, In the sum of J 1.575 with In terest thereon at the rate or lu per cent per annum from the 23rd day of October, A. D. 1910. till paid, ami la per cent on' the amount thereof as at torney's fees, and all costs to be tax ed, nnd that a certain mortgage given by the defendants on the SK 1-4 SK 1-4, S -c. 13, Twp. 11 N., ltange 30 K and Lot 4 of Sec. 18. Twp.. H N. ii,. nt- ii v v xi n r .tt.. !..!. I 81 76-100 acres in Quay county, New ! Mexico, to secure the payments of I said sums be foreclosed and said land 'fold In satisfaction of said debts and costs. Third, In the sum of $15 with 10 per cent thereon as attorneys fees, and the lands last above described bo sold In satisfaction thereof under sec ond mortgage: and whereas I, the un dersigned was appointed by the same order as master in chancery to sell said land and make report thereon: Now, by virtue of said order I will offer for sale all the above described lands and all Improvements thereon U the highest bidder for cash at the court house door in Tuciimcnri, New Mexico, ut the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon of Monday the 12th day of June, A, I). 1U. Dated at Tucunicurl, N. M., this 2 1st day of April, A. U. 1911. , If. L. lit MIX, Special Master. (.'. II. IHTTSON. Tuctimcari, New Mexico,' Attorney for Plainliff. May 8-15. NOTICE I'OIi I'VIIMCATIOX, Small Holding Clulms. MJP. ', Coal. United States Land (.iff ice, Banta Fe. N. M March 28, 1911. Al3o under Act of April 28, 1904. Notice Is hereby given that the following-named claimants have filed notice of their Intention to make final proof In support of their claims under sections 16 and 17 of the act of March 3, fS91 (26 Stats., 854), as amended by the act of February 21. 1893 (27 Stats. ,470), and that said proof will be made before George II. Pradt, U. S. Comr., nt Lrgun.i, N. i., on May 24, 1911, vlg.: oablila, of Laguna, N. M., for the claim 014321. for the W. 1-2 of -.ha NIC. 1-4 and W. 1-2 of the SK 1-J, See. 2J, T. 10 N 17. 3 W.. N .M. P. M.. Witnesses. Jose Chiquito and Loren to Platero, both of Laguna. X. M. Juan Chaves, of Laguna, for claim 014322, for the S. 1-2 NVY. 1-4 ond S. 1-2 NF.. 1-4 of Sec. 25. T. 10 N., K. S W., X. M. P. M. Witnesses, Jose Chiquito and Jose M. Chaves, both of Laguna, N. K. Juan Delgadlto. of Laguna, for claim 014323, for tho SW. 1-4 of Sec S5. T. 10 X.. It. S. W.. X. M. P. M. Witnesses. Jote N. Chaves and Mar garito Platero, both of Laguna, N. M. Ouadalupe Itnrbondto, Lngunn, claim 014325, for the S. 1-2 of the SR. 1-4 and 8 1-2 SW. 1-4 Sec. 3. T. 10 N.. R. 3 W, N. M. P. M. Witnesses. Mar garito Platero and Jose II. Chaves, oih of I.iguna. Jose M. Chaves, Laguna, claim 014. 826 for the SW. 1-4 of Sec. 1, T. 10 X.. R. 3 W., X. M. P. M.. witnesses Jose Chiquito and Albino Sandoval, of La guna, N. M. Jose Chiquito, Laguna, claim 014327, for the E. 1-2 NW 1-4 and 13. 1-2 SW. 1-4 Sec. 31, T. 10 '.. It. 2 W.. witness, eg Jose M. Chaves and Albino Sando val, both of Laguna, N. M. Juan Chiquito, I-agunn, claim 014 328, for the N. 1-2 SE. 1-4 N. i-i FV. 1-4 Sec. 3, T. 10 N., It. 3 W., wit nesses. Jose M. Chaves and Guerito Platero, both of Laguna. Margarlto Platero, Laguna, claim 014329, for the E. 1-2 NE. 1-4 and NK. 3-4 SE. 1-4 See. 23. T. 10 X., it. 3 W.. witnesses, Gucrlto Platero and Albino Sandoval, both of laguna. Nardsa Tlmlo, laguna, claim 014 830, for the X. J-2 NE 1-4 and N 1-2 NW. 1-4 Sec. 11, T. 10 rf., H. W., witnessn, Jose M.' Chave and Margarlto Tlatero. Juatilto platero. . Laguna, claim 014331, for the NW. 1-4 of Sec. 29. T. 10 N.. r 2 W'., witnesses. Berafin Abeyta, and Charles Padllla, both of Laguna, Francisco Platero, Laguna, elutm 014332, far the SW, 1-1 of Sec. 1. T. ( 10 X., It, 2 W., witnesses, Juan Del gadlto and Juan Platero. of Laguna. 8erafln Abeyta, Laiuna, claim 014333, for the X. 1-2 NW. 1-4 and SE. 1-4 NW. 1-4 nnd NE. 1-4 SW. 1-4 See. 13, T. 10 N P. S W, wit nesses, Jse m. Chaves, Francisco Plntero. Aniado Padllla. Lagumi, claim 014334, for the SW. 1-4 See. 29. T. 10 N.. It. 2 W., witnesses, FrnncUco ri' tero, Itotnan C. Platero, both or La guna. 'J Tloman C rlatero, Lacuna, claim 014335, for the SW. 1-4 of See. II. T. 10 X., p. 3 W.. witness, Lucarlo Padllla and Juan Delgadlt. Lucarlo Padilbi. Lagtma, clalnr. 014336, for the SE. 1-4 ot Sec. 19j T. 10 X., P.. 2 W.. witnesses RomailrC'1. ' Platero and Jose Chiquito! botl of Laguna. j f Any person who desires to Protest against the allowance of saLrf proof, tir who knows of any ubs'nf,tini rea son under the laws and regiiatlons "f. the Interior Department wny guch proof should not be allows b given an opportunity at yi,e above mentioned time and plarV to cross examine tte witnesses of 'jfid claimant and to offer evi lence I rebuttal f that submitted hv elnliBrig. MANTEL R. OTEljo r.egliler. (Published in the . Jj ,,';hlni Jnur nal. pf Albuquerque, i;ow MOK'O. Mav 21, 111. I . .