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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8. 1911.
FIVE PRESIDENT TUFT KEPT BUSY AT WE DO WHAT WE ADVERTISE he Golden Me Dry Goods Co. I IV 1 I V I CINCINNATI Absolutely Pure i I MAKES HOME BMIKG EASY Light Biscuit Delicious Cake Dainty Pastries Fine Puddings Flaky Crusts The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar m 5m 'I II I PREPARING TO ABD GATE Fall of Pekin is Expected, Making Victory of Chinese Revolutionists Complete; Foreigners Will Be Protected. in Moraine Journal Pncclal I.oad Wire.) Pekin, Nov. 7. The leKntions be lieve that the end of the Manchu dyn asty is imminent. There seems no hope of Having even a nominal throne. The provinces north of the Yang 'j'se river are now declaring for a re public. Th only force of Manchu troops larKe enough to rope with the local situation, ia In Pekin. There are indications tonight that the capital will be surrounded before many days by Chinese soldiers. Where the court will take refuge is a question. There are evidences that the court Intends to pioceed to I'haiiK Kian Kau (KaUan). Troops guarding the route to that town which lies in Chi Li, 125 mile northwest of I'ekin, were expected to dynamite the tmricl aTter the passage of trains Leering the emper or ami his household. Reports have been received that Chans Kian Kau Is unsafe. The national assembly Is holding meetings without a quorum but cer tain members are endeavoring to maintain a nucleus. Ta Lung, vice-president of the pri vy council, has taken rooms for his family in a hotel in the legation quar ter. Prince China's palace seems de serted. It is believed he is in the for bidden city. American soldiers with a supply of skyrockets were sent to each outly ing mission compound tonight. The legation has advised the Americans to come into the quarter or seek other places of safety. A con certed attack upon foreigners is not feared, hut there are many within the city who are opposed to foreign ers. General Chang Shan-Tsen, who was Appointed ly Imperial edict hs envoy t" proceed to the Yang Tse province 1" (cincilate the people, has declined the appointment, saying that he pre ferred to remain with his own rops at l.anchau. The government proposed todav to cut the Pekin Tien Tain railway be yond Kent-Tat to prevent additional troops from arriving. It is said that the lirltish minister, .Sir. John Jor djin, protested on the ground that Orcat Uritain was entitled to operate Hie railway in the event of tlu sus pension of sen ice, in accordance with an olj agreement. Consequently, the line is still open. The Chinese report that the Kal San railway is in the hands of the revolutionists, while a robt I force is proceeding apparently In the direc tion of 1'ekln at a point on the rail way about "(I miles from the capital. All railroad communications to the capital are threatened. It Is threatened that the assassina tion of Ceneral Wu I.u Chung will lead to the revolt of the rest of his old Sixth division, which is now with Yuan ShJ Kal. The government re ports, however, that two train loads of Imperial soldiers nre on the way to Hankow, and those may be suf ficient to prevent a mutiny. EXPLOSION WRECKS L BAR E HURT THE DANDRUFF not quite plaint, runs the lunch saloon to start at about 10:45. Leaking Gasoline Set Off By Lighted Match' Put Central Avenue Saloon Out of Busi ness Last Night, A gasoline explosion In the lunch room connected with the new Capitol Har on Central avenue, owned by Chas. Potter, last night, practically destroyed that saloon. Just how the accident occurred Is T. F. Dcinpoff, who counter, went to the up his gasoline stove, He sinelled the leak ing fluid but thought nothing of It. The negro porter was also in the sa loon at the time, Dempofl' struck a match and a terrific explosion for lowed immediately, nearly knocking him off his feet. In a minute the whole interior of the saloon was a seething mass of flames. The men fled for their lives. Chief Klein and the fire depart ment quickly responded, subduing the blaze in a short time. When the fire was out it was seen that (lie explosion hail worked havoc with the elegant liar fixtures, (rack ing the plate glass back, tearing the plaster from the ceiling and skinning the paper and paint from the walls. The exact amount of the damage could not' be learned last night. The loss was partly covered by insurance. GERM And the Guinea Pig. When Urs. l.asser and Bishop made pomade by mixing scales of dand run "'! vaseline, which was alter wards rubbed on a guinea pig, they were contributing to science mote itian they knew. The application of 'fte salve caused the pig to lose its and become bald, ihls was merely one of the prelim inary steps which made possible the recovery 't Newbros' Herpieide. Af "r establishing bevond question the existence of the dandruff germ, a smedy was needed to kill this para- There was nothing which would do , J l'"tH N'ewbro's Herpieide was I'lvd upon the market. P.eing the ' 'ognlzed remedy for dandruff, " '" I'fen called the -original medy. Herpieide kills the berm, or Vh fl,llln hulr and stops itching inc. scalp. Don't take a substitute; always get the genuine art- AnrInr,'Uilln f"r w,1' Kt Mores. . Ptaatlons may be obtained at good teJrt"" l1')Ul,r !,zt' Ix'ttlen are isuuran- oend 10c lmJtn r uiierr fort " ipieand booklet to The Herpieide J R- np"""lt. Mich. o Klelly f0 P,,e(.al agents. CHANGES IN BANKING LAWS TO BE MADE Washington, Nov. 7. (Vrillicatlnii of the national banking laws, with a number of suggested changes for the federation of congrec.s will be brought near rniplctinu by the National Monetary c m mission nt meetings to be held in Chicago from Saturday to Mi.mlay next. The suh-ccre::.:,.tee of the conimis rion which has been conducting hear ings on the Pacific coast will make a report to the entire commission in Chicago ii the views or the commer cial interests of the west relative to financial reform. CANADIAN LUMBER MILLS CAN'T COMPETE Winniueg. Man.. Nov. 7. Because they nre operating at a loss and can not compete, with American lunmer men, many owners of lumber mills In western Canada, will make no prep aration for next summer's rawing, ac cording to a prominent lumber man. He said: "We cannot compete with Ameri can lumber men who are shipping their material into the prajrie mar kets at figures that are no higher than the cost of logs at the lociij mills. We have been operating at n steady loss." Priest Killed In A elilcnt. Seward, Nch., Nov. 7. Father Mttrphv, who for yenrs engaged in a eontert with Bishop rtonncum for the pi ssesslon of the Catholic parish here, was killed tills evening In an automobile accident. He Went to Polls Like Thou sands of of Fellow Citizens and Voted; Delivered Several Non-Partisan Addresses. (By Mania AmnuU prtl Vtmu4 WIN) Cincinnati Nov. President Tart's second day in Cincinnati led him to the polls like thousands of his fellyw citizens, made him the guest at luncheon of the Manufacturer's club, where he said he expected to come back to Cincinnati some U.iy to practice law, and gave him an oppor tunity to speak on peace and arbiira trath'ii to the American society for the Judicial settlement of Internation al disputes. Tonight the president was the guest and principal speaker at the banquet of the Commercial club. At the con clusion of this speech Mr. Taft re tired on board on his private car and early tomorrow morning will leave Ibis city for Frankfort and Louisville, Ky. At the entrance of the I'.usiness Men's club, where the Commercial club gave Its luncheon, the president met Governor Harmon and Senator Foraker. The three chatted for a moment, and then, Mr. Taft, linking one arm in that of Governor Harmon's and with the other thrown over the shoulder id' Mr. Foraker, entered the building. With Ills ballots all safely tucked away in the paper box at the polling jdaee in Ward 3, precinct M, the president was in happy vein when he spoke to the manufacturers. 'Tin glad to see that you lawyers still are u necessary evil,'' said the president. "I um coming back here myself some day to become a neces sary evil, see a good many well-fed lawyers here and have no fear of the future. 1 am coming back to com pete for business with Governor Har mon and Senator Foraker." In Music hall, Mr. Taft spoke In behalf of the proposed arbitration treaties with Great liritaln and France. "We ought to use common sense In everthlng," said the president, "We ought to fortify the Panama canal tf keep It for ourselves and to prevent it falling Into the hands of the enemy." RIPLEY DISCUSSES DECREASES IN EARNINGS Due Partly to Less Abundant Crops and Partly to Employ ment of Less Labor Says Santa Fe Head, (IIt Morning Jnnrnnl Sprrlal Im.ril Wire Chicago, Nov. 7. Kxplaining re cent decreases in earnings by west ern railroads, President Ripley of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe rail road, today issued a statement de claring that the falling off in earn ings was duo partly to less abundant clops and partly to the employment of less liil er, owing to the reduction of operating fcrces by large concerns. It Is futile, to expect to regulate combinations by means of the .Sher man law or otherwise, according to Mr. Ripley, Mr. Ripley said that n central body controlling rates would be preferable to state regulation, which often would coil'llict with national laws. He declared that Texas, Iowa and Ok lahoma, and northwestern states, had nn avowed policy of favoring local merchants In rates regardless of the Interests of the consumer anil mer chants outside these states. BEATTIE MUST DIE IF APPEAL IS DENIED Richmond, Va Nov. ". I'nless the supreme court of appeals grants a new trial for Henry Clay Heat tie, be fore tomorrow evening, the young man convicted of the murder of his wife will be removed from the Rich mond city jail to murderer's row at the state penitentiary. According to a law a man con demn to electrocution must he lodg ed In the penitentiary liftcen days before the date set for his death. The court which has under advise ment P.eattle's petition for a writ of error sits tomorrow but may not give its decision. If It should not decide the nppeal before the date set for the execution, that would act as a stay, Oitock Forger Caught. New York, Nov. 7. As a climax of a chase that e( to nearly every lnrg city in the east and middle west, the police tonight arrested William I. Schults Merger, Isldor Weiss and Charles Carlesl, who are alleged to he members of a clever and success ful gang of check swindlers. They are chanted with defrauding various banks of more than half a million dollars. ' Hotel Men Insulted. Oklahoma City, Okla., Nov. 7. A private car, bringing Denver hotel men here as guests of the Missouri. Kansas and Oklahoma Hotel Men's association, was searched for liquor by rtate officers soon after Its arrival today. No liquor was found. ,The visitors are greatly aroused over the Incident, and say they will adopt resolutions. denouncing such a reflection n their sobriety and dig nity. They are all members of the Rocky Mountain Hotel Men's assoi la Uon. ' ' I Announces Advance Thanksgiving Sale during month of November. A special I I value-giving event. Special values and low prices on Dress Good-, Silks, Ready-to- Wear Garments, Table Linens and Napkins. Opening Day of Sale, J j THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9th, AT 9 A. M. Extra Special Kid Gloves at 69c pair Kxtra values ami Oualily Kid Gloves in lliown. Tan day. also Black and While, in sizes 5 3-4 to 7 1-2 ; a bitf special at 69c pair T .M'llitiT t,. CI ?n fov.l ijiiaiujt, aiiivj lw yi.i; yaiu lot, yard ' TableLinen Value No J 10 Pieces Choice Table Linens, I5leaehed, (( inch wide, latest designs and all Pure Linen, worth 75c a yard, on sale for yard ' Vk i Table Linen Value No. 2 One lot Finest Bleached Table Linens, 70 inch wide, very select patterns, extra fine choice of KJe Black Taffeta Silk Yard wide Chamois Black Taffeta Silk, fine kid finish,' extra weight and quality, genuine $1.50 yard kind, on sale for. ,98c Black Satin Messaline Yard Nvide Black Satin Messaline, extra quality', fine lustre, Jells for $1.50 yard, on sale for '....90c Colored Dress Silks 50 pieces College Widow Pongee Silks, 24 inches wide, strictly all silk, all shades, con sidered cheap at $1.00 yard; for all on sale 59C Fine Dress doods for $1 a yard. Cirand Clean L'p n Odds and F.nds of High Grade Dress Goods. Our Grand Combina tion lot of Broadcloths Sicilian M hairs. Fancy Checks and Serges, values to $2.00 yard.', on sale for $1.00 yd New Cream Serges Special values in very desirable Serges, 4S inch Cream Storm Serge, $1.25 yard value reduced to ''Sc yard.. 50 inch Cream Twill Serge, $1.40 van! value, reduced to $1.10a yard ; 50 inch Cream Heavy Tw ill Serge, $1.75 yard value, reduced to $1J9 a yard: 5d inch Cream Diagonal Suiting, $2.50 a yard value, reduced to $1.H) yd. Danish Popular Cloth 36 inch Danish Popular Cloth, in Cream White, Light Blue, Pink. Brown, Reseda. Navy and Black at 29c yd Dress Goods For Evening Wear 30 inch Wool Dress Goods in delicate shades for evening wear of Batistes, Al batros and Cashmeres in Light Blue, Pink, Ilelio and Green, on sale for ,.,.49e yd Habit Cloths 56-inch Habit Cloths, extra weight, half wool, gives splendid wear; conies in Browns, ('.rays, Reds, N'avys and Black, worth 75c a van! ; on sale for 4(c vd Serges 56-inch Best Storm Serges in Plain Navy and Black, extra quality, fine finish, ail wool, .worth $1.50 a yardon sale three days' t inly Thursday, Fridav and Satur dayfor " .' 98c yd White Wool Dress Goods Special lot White Wool Dress Goods, 36 inch wide, in plain and cream Albatros, Batiste, Mohair; also Fancy Polka Dot and Stripe Mohairs and Black and White Stripe Fancies; values to 75c a yard; big special values, choice 46c yd Fancy Ribbons for 1 9c yard A siH'ci.d assortment of high grade Ribbons in Dresden, Moire Plaids, etc., 4 to inches wide, values up to 50c a yard; on sale for 1 9c yard Special Sale of Samples of New Battenberg Pieces J Just Received Very elegant and select line of samples of New Battenberg Scarfs, Center Pieces, Doylies, etc. A rare oppor tunity to buy at low prices. This entire line on sale at NIllh'LY OSE-HALF KlUU'L-lli miJJXG pRicn. New Tailored Suits An elegant lot of Women's New Tailored Suits, all sizes, in Tan. Navy and Black, in best quality serge, also fancy wcxl mix tures in Tan Brown, Green and Gray, bought to sell at $17.50; all reduced for t this sale, your choice $1 l.Vo Messaline Petticoats For $2.95 Our line of Messaline Satin and Taffeta Silk Petticoats at $2.95, cannot be equaled in this city. Over a hundred of these beau tiful Petticoats just received in all the lead ing shades; also delicate shade's as well. These Skirts a bargain at $4.00; on sale now at $2.95 Redfern Corsets Special Closing out Sale of all High Class I Redfern Corsets, all sizes; values $3.50 to $8.00; choice now $2.15 t : : , RESCUED FRI CERTAIN tiodlcg mill ( 1 1 y ucro drawn lo t!m siirt'iice. Srvcii liniicli ill persons ucr- n. Ki iiililoil :tiil ;i pr.'iycr mill nontf nor vlre wii.h I'omlurti'il In 'nit Uinl lor I lilt' rt'HriK'. 'Ill' II. oil. Who II lew illlll- lltl'M III f i" ' V lM'i' ,'lt ilcltll't' lloot, DEATH Six Men Entombed. in Drift of Joplin Mine, Taken' Out Alive; Crowd Prayed While Men ' Worked, lltv Mnnilng Juiirniil Siifilul I.rmfil Wire Joplin, Alii., Nov. 7. Six men etn ploypd In a zinc mine nt OronnRo, ti'n miles nnrlhejiMt of hero, wiro f.i tombi'd for live lioiirn toilay ly 11 ciive-ln which doeed tlu shaft nml cut off nil nieniiH of eRoupi'. Water risliiR in the mini' was within n few feet of them, when they were ren cneil. , prayer service vnn heM when they were removed from the mine, ") The men were lvnrklmr In a drift 130 feel below tile Hlirlacp when a "hopper,'' a cnntiiviinee lifted in 'u- ceivlng dirt after It Ix drought from the mine, khv ' '""l petnilMeit 200 tonn of dirt, tonether with heavy mine machinery, t" fall. The dirt fell Into th shaft, i iiiilnw off comrruni cation with the men below. The holster men, HeeiiiK the weak- nf'HW of pillars xiippnrtlnK Ihn hopper, leaped and emapeil. In the oft lien ot the mining company, MIsh llevHie Sipiiltn, a lunik keener, attempted to communicate with other mining plants In the. vicinity, but the drop of the hopper had broken the wlr-'s connecting the ollicc telephone and Khe ran more than u mile to report the accident. Within a short tttri" a rtsiuliiK force of three hundred men had assenirded nt the mine. Teams were selected to work ill relays of ten minutes, In removing the debris'. After an hour's work an opening In the pump "halt was made, per-mlidm,- communication with the en tombed men. Tic rescuers wer ; t' Id by the Imprisoned ones that they were uninjured, but that the water wis nil;iy risliiK. CioiTid by th" infor mation that i he io "ii were ulivp, the workn.i-p labored Pi rder nnd at the end of t've hou'', a point hull' wry t the l.ottoin of Hi ' shaft was r.n h ei There a hune mck bad choked the shaft, holdlnw buck th nlher debris. With Its removal with thu m.e of chains, ropes v, re lowered to the men. Their 'b y wrapped nhiv,;t ihelr jollied In the S' ''-- PARIS WOMAN WINS NOBEL CHEMISTRY PRIZE I1t IMnriiln Journal Hprrlul I rnrd Wlra.1 .Stockholm, Nov. 7. The Nobol prize for chemistry has been awarded lo Mine. Marie Nklodowska Curie of the ('Diversity of I'arls. Mine. Curie Is the chief professor of sciences In the I nlverslty of I'arls. She was the discoverer with her hus band, I'rofessor Metre Curie of in. (Hum, und In l0:i shared with him half of the Nobel prize for ph.VMlcs, the other hair heltiu awarded to i'ro fessor Antolne Henri Dei hiiieret. Kach i f the live Nobel prizes award ed annually amounts lo $40,0011. Itecent announcement was made of the success of Mine. Curie ill produc ing pjolotiium, u new clement pos sessing a radlo-iu ii ily superior lo radium, ol lo Overhaul Crohcr. Seattle. Wash., Nov. 7.- The navy department hiiH decided to revoke Un order recently Issued to scud He cruiser New (irlcans to the Panel Sound navy yard lor eMeiislve re. pairs, ariordlnK to iinnliiriai advice--received luTo today. The New Or leans is now oil the China station and It is iindi rslood the gravity of the sit uation there miikcH II necet-snry to keep the cruiser In oiii-lil.il waters. College Abandon-. I'oolball. l-'a iiinont, lad., Now 7. fairniont Acndcmv, a scrim I conducted here by the Crb-nos church, today decided to abandon lomlttll for the rest of the stnson, as a result of the death of Hrnce Ada mi', whose back was brok en in a uanie at Alexandria, I lid., iM Sunday. I alal Wreck in l,lahoiiia. Ardioore, Okla., Nov. 7. Two At ( -lilmiii, Topekn and Santa Ke passen Hor trains collided head-on hi Ar mies le SidlnK today, but not a pas senger wan injured. Kimhieer Charlen Kllzpatiick. was killed and Fireman A. Hardy was severely injured. A mlsiiiiderstandwliu of orders Is mild to have paused the crash. Sweetening Sour Dish Cloths One trouble with dishcloths h that they are hard to keep sweet, hut they can easily he kept in Rood condition hy washing occasionally in lukewarm water to which hat been added a tahlespooti ful of Gold Dust wasliinff powder; then scald, rinse and hang in the sunshine and fresh air to dry. Cheesecloth,' lui hlenehed cottot and heavy linen crash make most satisfactory dishcloths. Where kitchen utensils become burnt ir very "sticky," pot rings arc easiest to use. To Kidneye l orl SiicMIiik, SI. 1'aal, Minn., Nov. 7. Major General Leonard Wood, chief of Haft of the I'nlleil States army, will visit St. f'alil this winter lo Inspect Fort Smiling and arraiiKe Us enlargement to a brigade post. , . tleneral Wood, accorilin,- to a dls mteh from WashliiKlon, plans to send two additional regiments o'i Infantry to the local pott. Loan for ;!,niMi,n(in Socio od. Mexico City,, Nov. 7. - K. II .llrown, president of the National Hallways of Mexico, has in i.'ui lal i d a loan In New Viui'. for $ l.iHMi.eaii for one year dat ing from November I.", according lo a ulaleineiif issued tin- heud'iuiit'terd of the company today. Mow I'l-onrcs In Hyde Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 7. Out of twenty-two veniremen examined In the Hyde murder trial today, only one, William Weston, qualified as a Juror, He bad read of the case, but had no fixed opinion. 'Che addition of Weston to the talesmen made twenty-six In all. Forty more venire men have been summoned to appear tomorrow. HOW WOMEN WEAR OUT. VV'beii a woman wants her husband to Know what becomes of her time, she Kds him lo spend an afternoon til home taklim cure of tho children Vvhlle she h'ocs shopping. Kvcii that little tasto of housework convinces him. Still, very few men realize how housework wears a woman out. Wom en themselves often don't wako up to It In lime. When u woman foels tired all day, can hardly draw herself about, Is weHk, pale and nervous, she Is sick She won't admit it but she Is, What she oukIiI to do Is to have Us send her a bottle of Vlnol, our de licious tonic. It has lirniifrht theKlow of health and streiiKlh hack to ninny Wuiiiout women here, by btilldtnir them up and makliiK them stronit. Vlnol must please you or it costs you nolhlim. Try It at our risk. .1. II. tl'ltlelly Co., dlUMXlsts, Al buineriiip, N. M, Ycu can save money as well as your good health by drinking Glorieta Beer in preference to any other. None more pure and whole- some. JUST TRY IT Phone 57 or 58, and one of our courteous drivers I will have it at your door. ' Southwestern Brewery & Ice Co. j Albuquerque, New Mexico