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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1 911.
HOUSES HEADACHE SLUGGISH BOWELS-TAKE GASCARETS Yiiu'iv bilious, yoi tiislo in i ur niipinh, .'iili r Mini- "'". "Ur .i i 1 1 -1 moored what yn ncc in your: .hut irritate t'"d injure. Ii m. ml liver ami intestines can he ,1 I- i have imr i vi I. lis an Y I : I- s ti n :l i ll aliinc, ll llll.l t w I' throb lung s tsjt Iru'c, in;r -.km an h ril. Nil u ' full i.l l ilishlc. 1 l,'l! I . ..Ijl ln c Vn!i. ami . that i' VI . ly i St red hy in cants. .V ltl-i-cnt enure laitulv li'i lurqi t tlif i hiMr r iii'ail. a liifl ) is m lluiv u jtu dark ritiiis mid. r mi led iia 1 . mean i it !'t"tl na-se.i oil', anil i' 'ha.- Im upj a i.ilioits nuis- ' "I I !' M'lt tl. Il IIM1 lilSll s iliMU'ili-r nl tin' stoma, It, i mug ,v ni: ; .'i;t I '. tii'iiiiii jIi s ti i l.l i you uml '.lii' l tor urn nth. I'otl't r little inside need a un.il!. Children hm' C'.cy taste kin. la nur yJSs. RE6ULATE STOMACH, LVEil 50WELS too tioi.j laiMii-Sa" 9 HEVK MINISTER TO ARGENTINA lf'if'VHi.y'. 'ismi f'F tl..ri. 1 .l4.r,":-tin:-l"A..:. 'w'l't'-l.'Vl'' ' ' f i" 1' ' ! V. ' , I b fell , v ; ; ' M tf r N Er, 'i':ii.i:..:.i,.l-. g.., v.1t.,.ill 1' k i .1. iifvM.AA.-..f-yy,'AA:i;.fe JJohn RIdgely Onrter of l;.uinu.)i o, who lias ioivt.il long In the diplomatic corpB, bat been transferred from (he post of nilnLter to the Kalhnn states and succeeds Charles S. Shtrrlll as minister to the Argentina Republic. Road to Algodones Sea of Mud; Time for Some One to Get Busy Two Autos From Santa Fe Stuck in the Slough and One Sus tains Broken Axle; Unless Immediate Steps Are Taken Southwestern Tourists Must Change Route on Coast to Coast Run. If till' KayniMiul Whiliiiinli Aiiln Tour ovVr tu. Siiii.m'I Trail, Hurry lifinnm In Ins patlilinilint; ''iir iind all tjj,. nllinr mast In 1'i'iiMt iiiotoriHtH hIiii inli'iiil to fiillmv tin. tKinthwesti'in rmili', lire not tn i liaiiKi1 tlii'ir itini'iary t the tmrtlicrn mntr, it is ini pi'i'ativi'ly ni-ri'i-narv th.it H.-ni I'ti talirn at i'1'i ! la iiia :. : h rn.'lil I 'I ( i' i I ,.'!'!); ,ll, ,, ., . Kiiiliii n pa-walil", A l I t i .lit laiiK slri'ti In;; ni I'a,. rna.l an' a ' ll'll'l. ,y !ni,;;(wM. I'nr antt.iniililli'a. mail Is not f i x . 1 1 t'l-re is no auto thiiriiiii;litar(. tlnnimli the stale tn tin wisl anil we ."hall lose t hmisa ihIh of ilnllars wnrtli of aiitmnoliile traflii' this fall and winter. The .situation rails for inimeiliati' arliim atiil th' Mate offii'n shonlil I'oiiunnnn'ate with Ihc Saniloial I'onnty nffirial.s anil Ret toother for tin- Ihiiih iliate Improve- t of I he highway. hi,. c n Tlie i. ii i: im it wci: ('uvii'mi;.s ova c mii;i: n of Mn '."ufiatioit. thai tu' liuini I'M'.' 'fil h TWO SAT M W IMMN yi l Iv I'AST IN Hi I'r.-iiN.ril I '. ! y, h,., N"'' .Mi xiro . ... i, ;,,!,- ri'i-ch-iMi 11 1 1 1 ' I II 1 1 1 j , .;i iiuuli,, i,,r irmn Santa' l'V . slnel; la loiloinli ss I li ii I on Hi,, rna.l lu'lwi , n ,;i rnalilio Hn,i Alwoilnni'H. Hi,' hi tln iii :;ot out ii in trii it ni'l'.nl ia I i im tin "'ni hill.s, wit), ii,,. nsnlt that it '"'li' an axl,. ;,,i .,-,, ,,, ,.,...-,;,, Ui'Ti' while il.s oMin-r tool; th iraiii (r liom,.: th,. ,v. ,,,,, .,-,.iv(;ini. "r f'verul teams of horses an, a lot ' 1,1, lit TH, was pillll, I ,,; '''"'li to Santa fv. 1,1 r,. Is a situation I,;, "'stunt attend,,,, fmni th, val eolllity. ,'"i,m,. Sellers whil,. in the Joniez "'llli' tlllle 111;,, met I o of '"'niiiission, rs of Saml, val eoiiiic . , "" """' him thai tl,,. i ' i . , 1 1 . . lii" "I'lirorriat-il i,i!i,i i, ,!,,,,, , '"" 'lie stale ... ,,,,, """iuh more to fiN th,. ;-Mv. - v. .;m.i,.f.r "'t roe,lv,., the motie- n is niolr.-iooft ti "" Is ,1, ,..., I, .,1 n, ?!'"'' M. ' I , ,,' f'i, i.,1 I , ... , "il ,i,'il. "in- IM'i 111 S, y,.r ni'. Iv , ' This li.. -. ill maiui il aa a i.iit'oi .1 i-i 1 1 .ail In lhal .Miller ha? ti ,1 t,, I pi. i I, Mt lie .:( ,. J'lr, t . , , I " I lerk t. 1 until r i'nr Vie ( loselv f tlis4-rvlii' I'nlilic Melillh oliilillons. An exatninh'- physieian for one oH the piuiiilaii.l life laauranee emu-, patiies, in an interview on the suh je t, ma l(. the astonishing statement llh.it the reason why so many appli jianls lor Isurunee ate reject,', I h I heeause l.lilney tronhle Is bo eom- moil to the Ainerleati people, anil the J la rue majeritv of applicants do not I i veil suspeet that they have the dls i ease. lie stales that JuiUtint; from his own cxpel'ienee an, I reports Iff nil ilra.'aisls who are eoiislantly in direct Ion, h with Hie j 1 1 1 j 1 i i -, tnere Is one pr, parai ion lhat has prolmhly heen' n i or,., sin ees-iul in relieving and eur in:; tin se diseases than any remedy Istiown. The mild and healinu inilii eli, e of l'l". Kilmer's Swamp-Knot Is eon realized. il slands the liluhest lor ita feinai Isa hie record of cur-'S. W'e find that Sm a in p-Root Is strict Iv an h, rl'iil loniponiid and we would idvi. e our leaders who fei I In need i.f sin Ii a lemciy to ic.. i; a trial. It is on sale at all drint slores in hotlles of t'Ao sins fifty cents and one dol lar. However, if jmi M 'I'tsI lo test t i . .ii di i'f a I mini-, :" r.d to Mr. Kll , i'o. li'itKiiioii, N. V., for a s.ii"..- lie Itle, absolutely free. Who'll nriMm. he cure and imntioii the Jlorniinr Journnl. Try a Journal Want Ad, Results CI SLIDES DQI!3 CELLAR SIAIRS Prize Nature Fake Story Comes Lifted Out With Block and From Tow'i ,of Hillsboio; Tackle. ;:' The fame of the cow lit'lonsi'iK to 1 Mrs. Kooney, which started the t'lii on" tire may tie greater, tmt the Wttaly City ho iti(. had no more en terprise than the llillshoro cow which went down cellar, descnhcl hy thai entir. h i rat ions neiitleman. Ktlitor K. D. Tittman of the Sierra free l'r. ss. The story is as follows, and is hot pruned from any desire to in jure Mr. Tittman's chances In the presi m campaign: The cow of I'anuto (Jalleus has the instincts of the north pole explor ers. Tins instinct tor exploration of the unknown (.,,1 her into tronhle. She saw an open door leading Into .Max Kahlers storeroom. The cow, MioniiiK that hay and urain are Kt n erallv kept hehinil doors, walked in, from the cellar below came an invit ins; odor. Not daunted hy the dark ness, (lie cow proceeded to slide down the stairway in most approved tash lan. Her slide made sufficient noise to arouse the family. They In turn, called on the neighbors, who spread the report like nn endless chain until the ki eater part of the community was assembled in around and upon the Kahlcr premises and especially the cellar. A rope and tackle was fixed ami hy. nivalis of such gentle persua sion as'licinp yanked off her leet, the cow whs induced to come to the sur face again. ller exploration had done no harm. She can now imitate lr. t'ook and write a book on the dis covery of the center of the, earth. SCENIC HIGHWAY UPON RIM OF GRAND CANYON PROGRESSING FAST Williams, Ariz., Sept. 18 The work oi making a six-mile macadamized scenic roadway from the famous llopl point to Hermit's Hasln, running alotiR the rim of the ("iraiul Canyon, is pro gressing to a point where now Its scenic possibilities may better be Judged, iinil It holds forth great pro mise of still further enhancing the wondrous views to he obtained at this world-famous chasm. The work Is being done hy the Santa Kc Land Improvement com pany, a subsidiary of the Santa Fn system, and the constructive opera tions arc In charge of th? 1,. J. Smith Construction com,, any with a largo force of men and machinery. About Novfmher Kith is the speculative date j of completion. The Santa Fe company has lately secured a permit from the forest re serve office here to construct a live lili'e drift 'ttnVv-. ' segregating n area of about twenty acres surrouniiins the K Tovar property. IMMIGRATION OFFICERS DETAIN TWO CHINESE The People's Anna NEW MEXICO STATE FAIR Holiday ALBUQUERQUE OCT. 9-10-11-12-13-14 Ng Yook anil Tong San Chew. Chinese persons were detained In t w'n Al- hiiiitenue by tile Immigration author ities last night to await an Investiga tion of their right to he and remain in the fnited States. They were traveling with a com panion, Cheung Cheeiig, whose native horn papers were apparently nil right. Tong Sam Chew Is a high Chinese Mason, and wears a. very beautiful masonic pin on t,ie lapel of his coat. He claims to he the son of a native horn Chinese merchant of San Fran cisco and is native born himself. THE ASSOCIATION FOR HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT FORMALLY RECOGNIZED CURTISS :: AVIATION :: MEET Glenn H. Curtiss Director. "Birdmen" of Interna tional repute will thrill the crowds for theree days 0ct.11,12and13 $1,000 "BULL" DURHAM STAKE RACE For 2: 1 2 Pacers, to be raced on "Bull" Durham Day, Friday, October 1 3. This stake was given by Blackwell's Durham Tobacco Company Baseball Every Day Exciting Horse Races Feature Upon Feature; Fun by the Ton INSTRUCTIVE DEPARTMENTS SPECIAL RATES ON ALL RAILROADS ISAAC BARTH, President. JOHN B. McMANUS, Soc'y-Mgr. J (Sprrlnl Correpvn4rnrr In M.onlnt Juorn.il ashlngton. 1' C. Sept. 10. Rec- pni?.itig the Ann m ail aSMciatlon for highway Prpi . i nn tit as the national food rendu cip.u'ili.ai'i" ol America, t he t'cr.a.'.t eiit I i n t na I i.tial associa tion tf nii.l 1 1 n'-:rc8ses, ii. w hich thlr-ty-livu iiutio:is n,e i fii' lally repre sent. "1, ha:: di signi.li d It to he the correspondent if the international body In the United Mines. In a letter Just received hy J. E. I 'ennybacker, Jr., cxe, alive secretary of the American association for high way improvement, the president nf the International association, who Is also Inspector general of the superb road system of France, says: "We propose to consider your asso ciation as our correspondent In the t'nitcd States, and to depend on It to harmonize, the studies which it has undertaken with those which are pro ceeding in the different countries rop reseiited In the I'cnnanent Interna tional association." "Thanks to the hijrh patronage of th" president of the Cnited States," says the letter, which Is dated from the headquarters of the International association at 1, nvetnie d lena, 1'arls, and Is written in French, "and to the Influence of the members of the bureau of directors and Important Vcrsonnges who have taken the ini tiative in the creation of your associa tion, Ii seems to us that your asso ciation must certainly have a great development rapidly a n'l that It will succeed In order to combine their ,ef fortfc In grouping the numerous ns- sociations which have been, or may be created In the different stales of the union. We have also learned with pleasure that your association pro poses to tin all that will be in its pnvv- jor to obtain the official association ol the government uT the I'nited States in the Permanent International asso ciation of roai congresses." The letter calls intention to the fact that the I'nited States is the oliu great power that Is not officially rep- iresetiteil In the intcrualioiial associa tion lo which other nations have des ignated representatives through dlp himatlc channels. The liiteruationa; tissoeialloii was formed for the pur pose of International co-operation and exchange of thought and experience In road building mil the greatest en gineers and scientists of the world have intended tlie great road con gresses that have already been held. The first congress was held In ill OX lit Paris: the second In I ft 1 ' at I'russels, nnd the third Is to lie held In 1IU3 lit London. Xow that the American association for highway Improvement has been national association as the represen tative of the Culled Slates and the American correspondent, Secretary l'eiinylia, ker, announces that the American association will make an effort to bring the next Intcrualioiial congress to America. After the con vention at I., union in 191, two years will probably elapse -before the next congress, nn,l this will nlve the offi cials nf the American association plenty of lime to agitate the question. They will make their plea for the next congress when they attend the otic that Is to he held In London, "I am particularly gratified,' said Mr. l'ennyliackcr, "that our associa tion lias been named as the American correspondent of the International as sociation. The president of our asso ciation, Mr. Logan VVuller Page, who is the director of the office of pub lic roads, was named by President Roosevelt ns chairman oi the com mission to the Paris congress, and In asmuch as we are trying to do for the I'nited States what the liiteriiational association Is trying to (o for the world, we feel that the arrangement entered into will prove inutuully riatisfactory. "France, of course, has the great est system of pnh lie. roads in the world, hunt at a cost of $G I 3,(mih.mo, and now practically completed. The most striking feature of the French system is the thorough and contin uous maintenance by a force ot fa, 000 patrolman who devote their en tire time to the care of the roads. America Is derelict In read mainten ance, hut leads the world in the de velopment of labor saving equipment hnd methods and so we feel that while their experlcnc,. and knowledge will bo valuable to us ours will he equal ly viiluiild,. to them." CALL ISSUED FOR GREAT COUNTY CONVENTION OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY ftpwll CorrMti(in4lp.iir6 In Moraine Jo.irn.l Silver City, X. M Sept. IT. A call has been Issued for a delegate con vention of republican voters of (Irani county In Silver City, Saturday, the 'i'U of September, for the purpose of fleeting delegates lo the territorial re publican convenl ion, to he held a. Las Vegas, N. M.. on Thursday, the 2Mh day of September, lull, for the purpose of iioininailn candl, lules for the cnnxroHsioiiHl and state olficei (rented and aid hol'ized by law, which said ten delegales 'Will convene ns dis trict delegates nt nunc place sntl (late to !. fixed by them, between September 2Mb, 1 J 1 1 and October r, mil: county of Luna lor the purpose of nominating one candidate for Judge of the Sixth Judicial district and one candidate lor district attorney of the Sixth Judicial district. Second. Will the delegates from the enmities of Sierra, Luna and So corro for the purpose of nominating one candidal.' for senator of the Thir teenth legislative dlslilet. And for the further purpose. of nominating .audi, laics for the fol lowing offices: One probate judge, one county clerk, three county commissioners, one sheriff, one assessor, one treas urer, one school superintendent, one county surveyor, on,, senator for the Twenty-fourth legislative district, and two representatives for the- Twenty second legislative district. The appoi tlonmcnt to the county convention Is based on a representa tion of one delegate for each ten voles i list In the last territorial election for Hon. W. II. Andrews, us del, 'gate to congress, nnd one delegate for any remainder over, or from any precinct not casting so many as leu voles. But She Got Her Way. Tho difference between a "henperk" nl a nuiHterfitl Iiushnnd Is that one gives In at once, while the other doei It the next day. Ownership of the Wlndt. In 1,130 Heme friars In Switzerland wished to build a windmill to save the labor of ft tiding com by hand, but n nelghlinrlni; lord who Iind bought thu land Around forbade llictn liecaus. bo said he owned the winds. The bishop was appealed to, who said Ilia wltidJ belonged lo tho church! In Prale of Angling, Ynu will find angling to bn llkn the virtue of humility, which ha a ralnv nns of spirit and a world of other blessings attendant upon It. Izaak Walton. Wife Badly Needed. An excited papn almost broke up a woman suffrage mooting by rushing In and rnllltiK for his wife to hurry horni j Localise the baby bad tho eollc and ha couldn't Iind the colic cure. Will Follow the Leader. Turkey breeders who luivo been troulihd by their charges shaving tiro reconiine: ,:, ii by tho London Agtlcul tural (iazciln to put a bell on a few of the IciiileiH, old hens by preferenca. Ileforo You Iteacli lie t lniii of physical endurance and while your condlllon Is sllll curable, take Foley's Kidney Pills. Their quick action and positive results will delight you. For inn km lie, nervousness, rheumatism, and all kidney, bladder und urinary troubles. Put it on Classified ' rf- WAN! un-.-.i4.W - ii. in .- - ;t;- "-i c i r. v.; taT,a--JF and ;rrTi7vr&'4' j.t &r- J' if. I Umi-alkto i , U, l I &veru- mo dm officially designated bv the Inter-1 Flnf: Vlin llo.' delegate f the it , u I, w