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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, r.UNDAY, JULY 16. 1311.
NEVVBRO'S HERPICIDE Solves the Problem of Hair. Good tt.r Prof. Sttbdiraud confirmed . ..,.rin origin of dandruff, science th ..uifionted by a ' problem i. was not solved until the dis- H-l1 . ,NCr.v f Ncwbro's Herpiclde. Herpi " i ui- the first (successful prcpa ' ,ion ,-oinpounded In harmony with this n theory, incomes the original rrm-'dv to kill the dandruff germ. Since en, numerous preparations said ' r'" "'l"'t HS KO1'" Herpiclde have t""" thrown "i,on the market; .tH,r have adopted Herpiclde claims, ...j without making any change In thrir remedies, hut none have ever reached the mine degree f popular ily. Kverywhere this remedy Is recog niied us the one genuine dandruff serin destroyer. As a result Herpiclde his more satisfied users than all oth er hair preparations combined. Ueina the original remedy, users expect more astonishing results from Herpiclde than they would look for from anv other preparation and they usually K""' them. So wonderful has 1h.,. the success of this germicide that It is now recognised as the stand ard hair remedy of the world. Herpiclde kills the dandruff germ, checks falling hair. It stops itching of the scalp almost Instantly. For sale at drug stores. One dollar niie bottles are guaranteed. Applica tions obtainable at the good barber shops. Insist on having real Herpi clde Send 10c in postage for sample mill 'book to The Herplcide Co., Dept. It IMrolt, Mich. j. H. o'Klelly Co.. special Agents. Baptist Pastor Organizes Class In Entomology for Young Naturalists; Saw President While East, The originator of llic boys' outdoor elub In tills city. Itev. Jesse J. ltun ysti, pastor of the Huptlst church. Is foliDwins out his open uir policy for the Juvenile ill nn interesting way. In addition lo the regulur Hoys' Club, which Is now a miecc-s-sful ad junct of (lie church work, Mr. Itun yiui lias interested a Imch of smaller bjM In "bugs" and an expedition to day will go forth in search of butter flies, moths mid beetles and what ,Mr oilier fauna u bunch of inqulsl tle small hoys can round up In the fields, and on the mesa. It is the idea lo make u. big collection a Hort of u miniature museum und the boys luvc taken hold of the scheme with I'litliusliisin from tlie start. Ah interesting feature of Rev. Mr. Itiiiiyan's recent eastern trip during which lie attended the big interna tional liaptist gatherings at l'hllu delplilu was the visit to Washington of a liaptist delegation, Including Mr. Jliiiijan, which cifllod on the presi dent hiij was cordially received by Mr. Tail. The president's physician, whose official duty is to keep down tile avoirdupois and who Is in con slant attendance on the executive. Is Or. Charles liarker, a brother of Mrs. liunyun. who has been for ii-ars tin' easle eyed guardian of the presidential health and who has ac companied .Mr. Taft on many a globe trot. TEN FOOT RISE IN , ARROYO FROM HEAVY RAIN HALTS TRAVELERS lWrll Corrmpoodraea to Morning jMraal Hoswrll, x, m., July 13. Dr. and Mrs. Allen, who have been ut Pine I'Odxi. fur several weeks, were culled to Murysvllle, Mo., by the serious III nss ol Mrs. Allen's father. In cone jiiB in they were dalayod five hours liy high water In an arroya near Ced ar Hill. The stream was a roaring torrent with a ten-foot rise. They arrived in tlmc to continue their Jour ney yesterday. Heginnlng this morning the Wells rat'Ko Express company, will run an extra car on the daily passenger to accommodate the shippers of peach es from Carlsbad. The shippers have, for several days been shipping two curs ,y freight dally, but found they roiihl not keep up with the ripening fruit, hence the express shipments. The Carnegie Library board. Iliniunh jne nhea, presented an l'l'eal to (lie city council for on in wased n pproprlntion for the niuin eiiaiu'e r the librury. Ho reported "ft money was needed lo purchase hooks to repliiee those, worn out by usage. The board also jropocs to ""ep the library open both day and tiicht. k Dm, (i,,, young men of th" J'.v "ill bay., a suilablc. place to spend their evenings, i . ii ordinance to protect owners from potty lliieyeK, who pluck flow ''r. frull, etc, vas unanimously pass '"' ly the city council and ordered Published. An ordinance requiring " so, oiid-hand deulcr.s to keep n r"' ord M' n Brij( i,.s purchased, wus ""o Passed. , Neil In Line. I'Xi use me. mum, fer keepln' vn'ise waltln'," said the butcher. I hut was a very Important customer Mix. Ihilli,,,,'- cook." "W'.iy, certainly," said the modestly dresse, lady, who hud stopped in to "r,ler some chops lor a sick scam res, -i , OMy Ml.,M, Bullion." II "'per's liaur. MOSQUITOES BAD THIS YEAR "ut don't scratch the poisoned skin. l'e a mild, cooling, heating com pound that stops the Itch Instanlly, uiuws ut the poison in the ckln and P'oticts It agHlnst further trouble. J"st a mild cleansing Wash of oil of wlntergreen. thymol and a few other Ingredients known as the I). I), jy Prescription ,, famous In eases of '"'"Ion for the season. 'es Instand relief now only 2.-.C. H. l liielly C. BUG-HUNTING FOR SMALL BOYS i SUTHERLAND LA1MDS IliIRO ON RIl Utah Senator In Denouncing Arizona Constitutional Pro-1 visions Pokes Fun at Gentle- man From Oregon. I The spew h rr Senator Sutherland of I'tah recently on the Initiative, ref erendum and recall, In which he paid his respect to th- Arizona constitu tion and to Oregon, was bri fly men tioned In the press dispatches. The following neeounts of the speech In the Washington Star is of interest: To an "amlahle hand of insurgents and soothsayers," all efforts In behalf of the initiative, referendum and re call provisions of the Arizona consti tution were traced by Sen. Sutherland of I'tah toda- He addressed th senate In opposition to the approval of that Instrument, lie was especially- evere In his denunciation of the Inclusion of the members of the Ju diciary in the recall. Accepting the triplication of the referendum principle as wise when tt applies to surh general enactment as a state constitution. Mr. Sutherland contended that the general public nevtr would give sufficient time to general legislation to pass Intelligent ly upon tt. What he objected to In the referendum was not Its historical application, but its hysterical ex tension. Operation of I .aw In Oregon. Senator Chamberlain of Oregon ob leeted to Senator Sutherland's state ment that with the referendum In operation there could be no amend ment or repeul of daws once passed. He al,l that the Oregon legislature had had the courage to repeal law thus approved by the people. "Well, Oregon Is a law unto itself, ' said Senator Sutherland. "So Is t'tah." returned Chamberlain. Xeltlier Time Nor Inclination. "The people Its n whole," he quid, "have neither the Inclination, the spe cialised training nor the time teiUl.slt to enable them tr master the thousand and on details necessary to qualify them to wisfly discharge tho functions of ordinary legislation." Ho said that where recently thir teen proposed laws hag been submit ted to the people of South Dakota all had be.cn voted down In utter disgust because of the unwelcome tusk Impos ed upon the electors. Applying to the initiative nil the ob jections altachlng lo the rcTer" ndnm. he declared the proposed Arizona svstrm to be especially objectionable, Tinier the inlliulivc as thus pro vided, proposed laws," said the sena tor, "w ill of course., frequently be dratted y enteric or entitle of In le rested persons, perhaps all of one way or thinking. It will not he con sidered and debated In-public, as leg islative enactments' are; there will he little, If any. opportunity for the con sideration of opposing views In fram ing the law. nwrr of -Compromise- l.in'klug. "The power of compromise, which Is a necessity In the milking of laws, will be wholly absent. The chances are altogether In favor oT the adop tion of more unwise laws than cer get through our legislatures." Mr. Sutherland's main opposition to n. recall iirinclDlc w.i with rcfr- enee to the Judiciary Included In the Arizona constitution. "The recall." he said, "puts Into the scale, upon one side or the other, in everv ease where strong public feeling exists, the artitlcallv Induced anxiety of thP Judge for the retention of his place. The recall institutes a tribunal where everybody decides and nobodv Is responsible, where at hast 25 per cent of the membership have already, as tte Judge's accusers, preliid'lced his case, mid from whose arbitrary and unjust findings lhre is no appeal. In such n form vile gos sip and village scandal stand In the place of evidence; assertion takes the place of sworn testimony; and the roulest He goes unchallenged by the touchstone of cross-examination." Criticizes. lroKrewlvcH. . Mr. Sutherland poked fun at Sena tor Uourno's "composite citizen, made replv to Senator Owen's con tention for the right to recall even Judges off the supreme court und gen erally erittci-ed the attitude of Uie progressives of all parties as Uto pian. "It Is," he said, "the story of the philosopher's stone, over again, and all the other impossible undertak ings which have vexed men's souls and turned their brains and filled the lunatic asylums since mankind was divided Into those who see facts und those who nee visions." T Compelled to Accept Low Price and Pay Freight On Product Which Is Never Transported, IfliwrUI nltoatrh lo the Morals. Journal 1 Washington, July I .I. The house sugar Investigating committee today heard tlio "evils of tho sugar H-iikI described by rcprosentiitlvcs of the Louisiana Can,. Growers and Manu facturers of unrefined sugar. i Tlie witnesses discussed tariff, de claring that elimination or material reduction In the existing duties on sugar would destroy their industry. Theodore S. Wilkinson of Myrtle t'.roco, !... a planter und manufac turer and former member of congress, and .1. K- Hurguires. a manufacturer, also testified. Hursuins wus on the stand when the committee udjoiirned und will be called. All of the witness es agreed that they were compelled by tlie "trust" to accept a lower price for their product than the price prevailing In New York and to have tile cost of freight from New Orleans to New York deducted, t.iotigh none of the sugar actually reached New York. Try a journal tat Ad, Results CANE GROWER-TELL OE SUGAR ROST OPPRESSION GRISLY RELICS it 1 1 Tuns ol Twisted Metal Reach Souvenir Hunters at New York; Gigantic Ocean Going Airship to Be Built, (SpM-tal rrrf.pdr u Munluc Joarmai; New York. July 13. !y night. New York harbor Is one of the most popu lar summer resorts in the world. Scores of pleasure craft carry th'iu- sands of passengers to ne.irl'V resorts. 1 Tha double .leek r. reut t.tn Itiers. I reaching nr out into the rivers, mean while hold an enormous population who enjoy maiiv of the attractions of the ordinary summer resort at the ! end of the citv streets. This year. unusual preparations have been made to entertain the crowds. Pome I-10.-000 is beiiiK expended to provide reg ular concerts between 7:30 and every venitig on each of the city s eight piers. On four of these piers, el aborate concerts will he given by an orchestra of thirty-four men, ren dering standard orchestral programs of the highest class. Special music for children's dancing will also be provided three afternoons a week on several of the piers. Holies of the Maine Arrive. Many tons of twisted und battered metal from th,. wreck "f the Maine have reached New York within the past three days. A large shipment was brought in by the S. S. Alleghany of the Hamburg-American line, under the direction of the government. II has not been announced what final distribution these relics will receive. The metal has no intrinsic value ex cept to be gold as old metal. It bears eloquent testimony after these years, of the frightful force of the explo sion which wrecked the Maine. The metal was loosened from the' upper works of the ship w hich have only re cently lieen exposed by the slowly re ceding waters. A large number of tourists returning from Jamaica he sieged the government oflicers for souvenirs of the famous battleship. A Mammoth ,Mrhi. According to cahio advices a dirg llde balloon eight times the sire of Zeppelins "Dcutschlanrt" is to be built In Oermany. A company capitalized at $2,000,000 has been organized to build the ship and carry on a regular passenger service. The new dlrgible will be 77.1 feet in length, thus com paring with the longest ocean liners. Her cabins will accommodate two hundred passengers in addition to a crew of olio hundred, which will be required to bundle It. The dirgildc will be driven by thirty motors, plac ed at regular Intervals, which arc ex pected to develop high speed. Her designer. Iloerner. expects to ma la the trip from Kuvopc to America in safety while considerably reducing the record now held hy the liners. Ili-coid Kximrt Year. Tho 12, 000.000. IMIO iiiarli bus been passed bv the export trade of the country.. Th,. next best record was made in 'l!07, when the exports amounted to $ I .X!:t, 700.000. In 110. this hud dropped oil about $100,000. 000. During the ten months ending pril :iU, l!)ll, the rnlted States sold abroad some $1,75 3,7X1.000 worth or goods. Indicating that beyond doubt the total export trade for the fiscal year will l-xeeed $.,000,000,000. An Interesting detail of these statistics is th, fact that our exports to Japan Increased In vulue from $16,000,000 in ::u to t.0o,0(i0 f,.r th.- first three-quarters or the current year. AT TO BE SHIPPED AT Heavy Rains Assure Big Crops; Well Attended Institute Being Conducted - By Tucumcari Professor, Sperlsl CorrMpoBileae to Murnlr JmraalJ Wagon Mound, X. M., July HI. Prof. J. S. 1 Infer of Tucumcari, who has been holding nn institute at Mora. Mora county, for the past month with forty teachers In attendance. Is now conducting a session in Wanon Mound. The attendance is very satisfactory. Next Monday all teachers who hold first grade certificates or who will pass for first grade will arrive mak ing the gathering one of the largest of the kind over held in the county. Wagon Mound Is showing her share of tho general growth and prosperity In New Mexico this year. There has been a steady influx of settlers into this part of tho territory and the town hus steadily improved. Many thousands of acres of the various crops adaptable to this country, such as oats, corn, knfflr- corn, millet, mal.e and beans are In cultivation and copious rains during the past few weeks have made the outlook exced Uigly rosy, it Is estimated that ul most an inch and a half of rain fell hero July 12 and tlie ground 1h soak ed. More thnn n train loud of beans will b shipped from Wagon Mound this season. SPLENDID RAIN FALLS ,. IN CLOVIS; CROPS ARE TO BREAK ALL RECORDS (ftporlal Cormsondonc lo Morning Journal tllovls, N. M., July 1 :i. A splendid rain fell )n t'lovls yesterday afternoon an, all Hie predicting that good crops will be made In this section. The crops that have been properly work ed are In excellent condition. W. J. Townsend cf I.ul'klh, Tex., and II. II. Bettls of Rrownwnod. Tex., are spending a few duys prospecting In t'lovls. These gentlemen came from Houston to t 'lovls In un l ildMiioblle. They express themselves us being well pleased with (.'lnvln. A Hint. J say, old iiian, I wish point of being In thin want to see you about of your lials. With pleasure. Which The lloiuider you'd make a evening. I ah marrying one The Major do you want, the cook or the hous iiihIiI wliii I '.' London i iplnlon. 1 ARRIVE RAIN OF BEANS ICON MOUND OFlNEW TYPE SANTA FE T ! Expected to Rcvolulii nie Iiaf-j fie On Bianch Lines and In-j teiuiban Systems; Can Make! 65 Miles an Hour. -.; Kansas 'it. July H.-- V motor car that Is expected to revcliitwniT,,. 1 1,,- j branch line und Interurb.'n sen ice In, the railroad world ha just been I turned out of the Santa lug shops ! in Top, ka. on account the many j improvements in the mot.,r, and the I power und economy In tlie up, ration of the cur the results of the tests to j be made soon will be a.iud ith, considerable interest. It the car proves to Santa Ke ofti. lain that It will do what Is claimed tor it. It will be made the standard on the Santa Fe, and an extensive m.umiaciure of the equipment will be handled In the Topcka shops. The purpose of the car is to handle to the benefit of the public as well as the economy of the railroad the short quick service out of cities, li will he built to carry passengers to and from shopping centers and to coyer extra service that may be demanded on branch lines. It Is a car that In a unit furnishes its own power, carries its own crew, curries the baggage of the passenger and provides all of the conveniences and comforts of u mod em couch. Tests runs are being made this week. The new motor car i seventy-six feet long, constructed of steel with wood Interior finishings. The under frame Is of steel, making it us saTe for passenger travel as any known equip ment. The front end is wedge shaped to split the resistance of tho air. The remainder Of tho car resembles a modern coach with the exception of the entrances. It Is electric lighted an,) can seat 100 passengers, it Is of 500 horse power and is capable of making from sixty to sixty-live miles an hour. The power Is sufficient to enable the car to pull it trailer lit high speed should the trail ic so de mand. Tho boiler Includes a Jacohs Shupert firebox and Is equipped with a feed water heater and superheater, both of which tend to economize fuel and water. The engine Is light enough to take little room und still balanced to run smoothly. It Is run by the common power of all railroadH--Bteam. Hack of the engine are the baggage and Huiokjug rooms. The smoking room is JiimI In front op I he side exits, while, th,. main conipartiheiil is buck of the exit steps, it Is possible to on load at one uit It li, I load at another; exits being oh both the side and fi'ltrj Tho oHr wa designed , by M. m. Hals, mechanical engineer id ' the Santa Fe. und .luiilt. under the direc tion of John rul-111, Hipcrinlcluh nl of the Topeka "'"''jH; ' ' '' New Tie Toiijg. Section men on, the Santa Fe lire receiving shipments of it new lie tong adopted bv the railroad roomily for the handing of ties In the construction and repair work along Its lines Tin Implement came Into general us,, only In the past lew months and Is now being used In addition to the . S'nnta Fe, the tiurllngton. Hock Island, I'nloti Pacll'c and smaller roads, while rail road contractors have put them Into their equipment. It l.i only a question of time when practically all the railroads of the country will adopt the tie tong for handling ties without nuitilltitloii. The use or the tong not only saves the tie hut sa.es time also. The tie prob lem Is serious one for the railroads, as a mutter of fact, lies are costing tlm railroads more than double In the past few years as the regulation hand ling of ties with picks starts tlie nuiin- ution which ends In decay . DECISION GIVEN 10 KILBANE OVER Newark Man Stays On Feet for Entire Twenty Rounds But Loses Fight On Points, iy Morning Josrnnl Rpm-lal Wlr I,os Angeles, July l". Johnny Kll banc of Cleveland it., was given the decBdon at the end of his twenty round fight with Patsy Kline of New ark at Vernon arena today. With the exception of Klllmne's clever boxing und fancy- footwork the only feature of the fig-lit was Kline's knockdown in the eighth, when he caught Kllbnno with a terrific left swing lo tlie Jaw and stretched him on tho floor In nuutrnl corner. KiHano took the. coutit of five and I hereafter was more skllfull In ducking or bucking nw.i from Kline's attempts to hind. Kddlc Smith of Oakland pierced. Kllbnno apparently hud every blow in the pugullstlc repertoire at his ciunmiiiid and landed eac h freipunlly without embarrassing the sturdy Kline. The hitler's chief slock In trade was u wild suing with cither IihiiiI and a kldnc punch in lb" clinches, KHbane will Joe Itlvcr.H nl Vernon J-uhnr.duy in a twenty-round bout, at 12. pound". MISS BARRYMORE CUTS SHORT COAST ENGAGEMENT UR CAR 00 PATSY KLINE Sucraiiieiilo, I'al, July, 15. F.lhcl llHl-rymoP.'. the m ln -i, closed her l'n rifl const engagement with her ap poHruliee at u It" ii I theater tonight and departed on u laic train for New York. She was, to have appeared In Portland. Seattle I other northwes tern cities but cancelled all engage in. nts Miss llarrvmorc. when asked as lo whether her hurried departure for Hie enst had for Its object the beginning of a contest for divorce from her bus hand, Itussell C, Colt or the effecting or h family reoie iliatlon, replied: "J have nothing at all to say," EMBEZZLEMENT ISilRL MURDERED TO ALLEGED PiotniiH'r.t Physician Anestotl and Gives Bond foi Appeal ance at Healing to Answei Charge of Misappropriation. I ilsoii. a w , II real estate man ol ' i number of years j the New MeXii o ; was arrested yes- I Or. Falgar X. known doctor and (his i it . ho for as president of Hialty Syndicate, tciday afternoon on a warrant sworn ( out bv Adolphe Puller of Helen, fore Justl.H Craig, charging embczzl infill oT tlie sum of 3.0;!7.Si Or Wilson immediately gave bond in th- sum ol 1 4. own to present hlmscll be- fore the Justice on Monday tor tlie preliminary hearing and was released The complaint chargt s that Or. Wilson feloniously look an embentt.il and appropriated t6 his own use the amount charged in the arrant The complaint was sworn out as a result ot a misunderstanding between the parti, a who took over the ma Jorlts of the holdings of tile New Mexico Kealty syndicate. In tlie audit of the hooks there wus found tho ex istence of certain books, notes, iic- counts and propirty of the comp.tnv which had not been turned oxer, and which Or. Wilson It Is said, hud re fused to turn over to the new holders. The present holders of the stock of the New Mexico Realty syndicate claim that they have made a legal de mand upon Dr. Wilson for these things or an adequate explanation ns to their whereabouts, which has been refused, and thut in self defense they have been forced to resort to legal means to obtain the possession of them. The existence of this propirty Is shown by the books, und since they have taken over the company nnd are managing tlie business they want the property .-Ith which that business was tun, It Is alleged. Or. Wilson expressed the opinion when nrrested that the whole thing was a put-up Job on him by the par ties who lm purchased a part of his holding, and who he claims, are actuated by a desire to obtain the balance of his stock without giving him tho equivalent for It. The hearing will be held before Judg,. t'raig Monday morning nt 10 o'clock unless postponed lit the re quest of the defendant. NO PENSION-BILLS IT THIS SESSION Underwood In House Selves Notice That All Such Legis lation Will Be Taken Up at Regular Session, I By Morning Journal HuwIhI la-t iVlre Washington, July 15. All hope of pension legislation at this session of congress Nfas dashed today when Democratic 1. cutler I'nderwood served notice that such legislation would he taken up at the proper time ut the regular session In December. Just before the house adjourned today un til next Wednesday, Iteprescntutlve Kendall of Iowa, Insurgent republi can, objected to all adjournment over Monday when, under the rules, a pen slon Increase bill could be consider ed. Mr. I'nderwood nid the bill, which would be brought In by the democra tic nwiiorltv at the regular session. would be different from that favored bv the republicans In that It would not provide pensions for ' soldiers who had never been wiuiiii battlefield.' duo miles of a Population of Australia. A growth id IS per cent was untile In the population of the common wealth of Australia In the hud ten years. This Is a rale somewhat less than thut of the I'nlted States. Conti nental t'nitcd States Increased 21 pel' cent from IHMirto ll. In 1901 th commonwealth of Australia had 3.77 :t. N01 people. The census Just completed shows a population of 4.4.4!t.4.r. The number of people In the Aus tralluii coninioniveallli ten years ago was Just about the same us the num ber In the I'nlted States In 17H0. when the first census was taken. Then tint population of the I'niteiL Stales was :;.9.s..H, about L'lio. DUD more than Australia had ten years ago. From 17110 to IX!l!l tlie t'nitcd Stutcs In creased about :ni per cent. The commonwealth of Australia la almost as big as the I'nlted States, It has .,!l74.r,Hi square miles, while thn I'nlted St.itcs, Including Alfika, Porto lllco and Hawaii, lias :t.ti",r,57 sqiinni miles. Ci-ent areas of Austrailla are but thinly settled, for the density of population Is less than two to the square mile, In the I nileil Slates the density Is twetity-tlve and a fntolloii. Australia could have marie more rapid ndviiut In population by admit ling the yellow races hut Its policy has been to exclude llieni. Tiieolua Ledger I ill lie W l-lilng. o'er Ills riebt shoulder lie t-aw Hie new moon, And he wished for lorliiiie iiml Ion and lame, 'I lieu h,, Steppeil oil all Upl'll'lled II. III. ami I lo- boon , if be vrveral bones -he bad craved ,ie cr came, She found a lover, four b in es it wish for his po b.ve sessed. And sh" mad,, a t ,. t rluj : Hut she happened to sliind 'loath a lint ic Is' post And the world rolled on same old w ay.- I!ei onl the I'd Id. :. Help. A St. Louii-- traveling 'nan. making Ills first Hip through North Idikola, woke up one Mac morning to I tint the ground while with snow. ' For heaven s sake." lie usk.d Hie hot. I clerk dlsgusledlv. ' when do yon have slimmer out ill Ibis I iod-foi sn ken country?" "I don't know.'' replied the clerk: iy I been here eleven mouths, "- Success Maitii.lne. t IS IHEORI Fallui, Bi other and Step mother of Luckless Ten nessee Woman Chat god With Causing Her Death, I 1.1 IHatal,'ll to the Moral Juurn.l I Nashville, Tenu., July 1... Iliiiiy W. S'wtiele. Fraiu Steimle and Mis. j l.'wle Steimle, brother, father and ! stepmother respective of Tlld.i Hurt steimle. a young girl foon, mm-. ! d.-reo on her father's iarm on Para- I dis,. ridge near here Thursday, were .arrested today, thariiol with the niur-jii.-r ot th, girl. I The arrests followed an inquest Mild upon authority id the attorney gen eral. , NVl much evidence was brought ! out it th,. Inquest, but enough to show tt a most revolting case. I he girl was about to become a mother a nl the authorities believe possibly the murder was committed lo hide anot iier crime. ADVERTISED LETTERS. Fe tho ek ending .lull lo. 1U1I. j.,lic' I. Ii. Mws lren T. Allen, Kluteila Aten cln. .Matilda Acosta. ' Mrs. Mabel Mey ers, Miss Kose Meek. Mil. W. A. Chap man. .Mrs. Nora Clark, ICnitua Cook. Mrs. II. Ctivalialigh. Mrs. Will ilxcll. Mrs. John lunlels, Kaxuire ilardner. Mario Judge, Miss F.lhlra C de Lnpex, Miss Llsfora Montoya, .Mrs. Ana Mow er). Ititonla ,A. .Montoya. Joseflta I'e- rea.. Miss Florence Ucese, Miss Florle Shearer, Klldva Varolii, Mrs. Marry Wright, Frances W elch, Aibb-ll V,i ne. Men's I.l-I. Hubert C. Allen. Churl i;. Andrews. J. Alter, W. C. Asher, W. S. Andrews, Maian Itaca, Sidney Hart Ii, Anlaiiuclo itcliiNinit, N Hell. Maria Itiiterez. Iv V, Cut-Ran, L. Cnnelaii, Klnil K. Denny , John A. Punlcls, W. W. Fcrls, C. 1.. French, IM Fly nn. Jose Floes, lliiinls- Indo Flore. Will Flax in, C. timblard. Felix On it-la, W, II Ill-ecu, Clyd Uroenhuu. Holier'. 1 1 reeiiesq, Harold Hughes, Fugenio Hernandez, Kd Hayes, Alfred Hardy, II. Ilarres, W. )! Johnson. Thomas Johns, Jo- - Jacio hide, S, Jarainillo, II. C Kaseinap, C, C. Kiiliwood. lioiigluH K F. K clei,. long. Ad, in Lope., Fi itu lHci, Luiiii, Mi" and Mrs. W. V. Long, ,1. liHrecbi I'abb, Mo.mi, Hen Mvers, W. H. Mc Cube. Liil.- Mora, W. A Mauler, Al MelciiRi-r. J. It. MclKgar, N. Iv New coluber, t'oiiMielo i.illvas, I mot re liter. Atmido.l'nrg.i'j, Tim Pills. Mr and Mrs. Will Piitlersoti, Juan I'adllla. Frank Qtiimi. Siaerlas Hoinero, C. W, Haiicy II. T. Heneau, l-'loivnl Inn S.iui -hex. ArtolpliO Salaar, Croft Saunders ('.'I F. L. Schiitt. F. J. Soils, ,1. N Smlthers, A. T. Kkitincr. J tl. "Simpson. K L Sharp, W. K. Taylor. J. A. Trujlllo, Hoy Teloia, VI, k Trujlllo, ,!. N. I'pton, Hoiuolo I'rbaiio, Frank Waller. Increasing Prices of Diamonds. Tile iirlccs of polished diamonds ale controlled by pries of the rough Stones and are really made In London, where the products of diamond mines are awcmhlcil. Tlie Increasing num ber of workers, In recent years, Inde pendent of the diamond trade socle ties' rules regarding rate of wages. to ha so far had no apparent ef fect, Htul may have no future effect In redoing prices. In fact, dealers re port Increasing prices und state th H they are 1 to 12 per cent higher than B year, ng", excepting those of rmull stones, like melees, which ire prac tically 'the same. These Informants believe that prices will continue lo advance, us nothing Is In sight which might prove lo be check. Two explanations of the advancing prices are made to this consulate, First, the syndicate controlling the rough diamond market llmlls produc tion in order to lucre-ise Its profits. Recond, the yield of the dhimonil mines, as u whole. I decreasing: the Klmberlcy mine Is virtually exhausted of the best stones. These explan i flons ate given according to the ry peetlve viewpoint of the parties who offer them. Consular Hoport. GREAT WHITE WAY LEADS TO NEW STRONG FURNITURE EMPORIUM The reatule In Albuquerque la-t night wac the first permanent lighting up of Socotid slrer I through the huxi nesa district of the city as the f 5 real While Way, and among the Mian; il tracllons on the street, by no iiic.m.i the least, was tin opening of the new Iv remodeled furniture store of Strong Prolbem l.adicN souvenirs were giv en away as a part of the ntlraoliou of the opening and the elegant stock of furniture ami household g Is on dis play was the cause of much favorable comiiieiit. This la ope i,r Ihe nldcsi firms In the eltv. and has always en joyed a hi rue clientele in this part of i the territory. PES MOINES PARSON ON TRIAL FOR HERESY lies Mollies, es iigalntt the sislaut pastor July I r,-- I Icrcsv ch.irg-;,- . Hoy W. San Is. us .1 Hie Hyde park church Christ. Chicago, were con E DiSGRAC sidered by ii i ominltlec from the board of foreign missions lor the disciples of Christ In AmerUu in secret session here today. Itev. Mr. Sari is Is the newly appointed professor ot sociology ,11 the I ' fill c- it y of Naming At III close of the session no un lionneeniiuit as to the decision was made. , The charges were preferred al the national it ting of representatives of the disciples of Chrlsl, held last week, III Portland, I ire. They wen- that he hud refused to accept the Itllde as divinely Inspired hh.I Aie of the cardinal tenets of lulth -of tliii church, i i . . , , systemic CATARRH RELIEVED "vPERUNA. My Husband Also Uses Mr. ieiia Peruna. Miiv S a m- liels, whose picture ac c o m p sines this testimo nial and w ho resides at S .X X. Co de St Tip t o n, I n d., writes The Pel una. Co., as follows: "Kight bot tles of 'e- ruuu com pletely cur ed me f systemic catarrh of several eurs stand ing. .ui, If my husband feels hadh or either of us catch (cold we at sonce take Peruna.'' Stomach Trouble. Mrs. Wilson Kohinson, 7H4 Nessle St., Toledo, u., writes; "I feel like it new person. I have no more heavy feelings, no more psin, don't beb b up gas. can cat most anything without It hurting inc. I want to be working all the time. I have gained twenty-four pounds. "People that see me now and saw me two months ago so m astonished. 1 tell them IVruiia did It. I will say it Is the only remedy for spring and all other ailments.' IHE JUST Ropi osoutativo Cox Boliovos That Renvoi, uT Special Inter ests Aio After Scalp of Puio Food Ex pei t, n.v Morning Jnuritnl Htr-tal l,rimetl Wlrrl Washington, -Inly I - Impressing the belief that persistent etforts lo have ll Harvey W'. SS'lley lenioied from oflii-o have been made by '-powerful special Interests-," whose wel fare attaches more to Hie dollar thnn "lo t.ie In tilth, happiness and pros perity of th,. people," HcprcNclilnllvo Cor of Indiana, licinocrat. today In troduced a resolution culling mr fur (l(i r InlormaUou. Ills measure contemplates a broad er Inecsilgatioti of the .Wiley case than was contemplated when the house committee oil expendiltirea In lb,, department of agriculture yester day decided to Investigate the charges made against IT. W iley In connection with the department personnel reco meuibitlon lor his removal Mr. Cox's resolution calls on both the attorney general mid Ihe secretary of agriculture In "furnish the house of representatives with nil letters, rec ords, telegrams, -rotcsts and objec tions, now on file In their offices, protesting agalii.it th" appointment of I'r. Wiley as chief of Ihe bureau of ciemlstry o- protesting against his retention In office, w ith all letters and data in every kind prolesling against his rulliiigs au, decisions In the ad ministration of said law." Chicago's Costly Blunder. A $4. ',";", ODD blunder will go down In the history of Chicago as Ihe bit ti rest disappointment In Iht records. Hy the failure to comply with the law, the vole In favor of the bond is sues wlih h would pay for the many needed bridges over the Chicago rlw-r the expected Improvement pinna were knocked Into H cocked hut. The ord inance directing that a propohcd bond hsuc lie submitted lo the voids re quired Hint the questions bo submit ted ut a special election for that pur pose, whereas II was submitted at a ogenerul election and no notice was -1 en it, advance that tile question of thi' 1 1 i t 1 1 1 Issue would be put upon the ballots, Consequently attorneys for (he bond houses and banks which hud agreed (o take the securities declared .ill Hie Issues were Invalid and worth less, in which opinion attorneys for the city agreed. The blow was particularly severe because the business Interests of tile city made a great cuniplilgli to Insure the earn lug of (lie bond issue, and now all the money and effort Hpclit 111 thai campaign is loiind to be wnsteu through Ibis blunder of some one. The dilemma Is made worse by the fuel (let Hie federal goNcnimont Im" o nl. red sonic ,.f Ihe city bride,, -m u In ii moved, ami now thut then- In no money in sight to pay lor the new oii,- There now nr.' no bridges across the rlicr at several of the. ,low i I iv 1 1 sliccts, and bridges In M'V M.'l oilier streets have been ordered mil by the federal government and iim many more have been , tiiideiiiucil a.- unsafe. Newark News. The Champion. Irate Visitor.- I call this a dow n righl fraud! 'Von advetl in- on your bills, "The M.isl Heinn Ikii hie liwurf in the W'oil, I,'1 and he lulus out lo be fi feet, Inches high. I'.laml Show mall F.xac! ly so, sir. That's Just whals' so reiiiurlia hie ill, mil him. He's Hie tallest dwarf In Ihe world.-- Tit- Fits. I Ml lore, il. The Caliilnlale (haling quoted (he nurd of an eminent statesman lu taipport cf mii arvoimt'iit ) And. mind yon, Hose are not my words; this Is not merely an opinion, These are words of a man w ho knows what he Is talking about. London Sketch, f 4 I , 1 ' ,v!,,,t.i,J. ' - - 1 MWhfr.'u-'&Bc. DOCTOR WILEY HAS CHAMPIQN In