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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3. 191 1
FIVE Old ' People Everywhere Saj -" A Pc-ru-rca is Gocti for Coughs, Colds and Catarrhal Diseases. ROBBERS Ifl HOTORlTWO FII SllSf m COMMIT Mrs. John- O. Atkinson Wp J. i. $ . : , n x f K 1 'V' R3.MARTHA " Avery , p,.-ni-na r.ehcvt Clmnili" Cue. .,rii We.. Kichita, Kas.. writes ot Ins itfe ease: "My "ife been f.rine from complication of diseases (r the baft twenty-five years. Her nlSr had baffled the skill ol' some of the most noted ttiyf i ians, (me of her ,.urst troubles whs chronic cons'.ipa li(,n f several years- standing, i wrote to you about her ease. You rrflrrilecl a course ol" I'oruna and JJanalin. whieh we at oiiee conimciie and have to say It completely Hired her. She firmly believes thai ru. would have been dead only for lliese woiiderlul remedies." StiftVii'd l'irt-lio Years. Mr J. K. Prince, U. ii. 1. Tit. ku hoe. X. Y., writes: "i am hut very well satisfied with the ili Hire that I im sendim: yon, hut when the render looks nt this picture if ho could only realize that the original suffered for juriy-tive years, the best of his life, until your kind udvi.e and presrrlp tlnn eured him, he would know from honee these wrinkles eaine. Next month I shall he sixty-six y-.-ars. oiJ." cr-oiw lro-tralliin. Mrs. Martha Averv. i'S Cr.ihau; St., Leominster, Mass., writes: "Four years nuo 1 had nervous prostration. I emplo.xed several tloe- t"rs- r,' w0"1"1 fa' 1 a(,h nn, inypi another tiprvoiisness and another enlarement of the liver. My stomach was in a bud shape. There was nothing which seemed to do me much good. "I tried i not gain any taking ywur rluht up. I ither remedies, tmt did flesli, until I commenced I'eruna, which built me have taken several bot tles, hut have not taken any now for a! out six Weeks. "I am seventv-three vears old. I never xpeet lo ne enui eiv wen or youim attain, hut i nm thankful tor w hat P runa liliS done for me." IVels Ten Years Yimit. Mr. Henry Merz. UIJ4 I'pper Mt. Vernon Ituad, Kvansvllle, I nil., writes: "When I Ural wrote to you 1 had bronchial trouble for four years, and had tried several doi tors, but they oonkl do me no Kood. I had pain and ruttlinx in niy chest, counh, expectoration, especially1 at ninlit. took I'eruna, and lan now say that 1 hiii entirely well. 1 feel ten years younK r since I'l.J'lM It ,IS'"1 lV!,"ia- 1 ltl'- M-..lkS mmeml lvruna to all tpy frieiids. for 1 was in bad condition. i am an old soldier and am sev-entv-seven years old.' Mimnru iViUnUL! nnfoncpp;! Rritish Labor It la ind Imputable that the wases of tills country are kept' at their present low level by tli e national policy which admits products of labor from any competitive source, tmder whatever conditions they ni;vy If (;,;:) iiu':cti;r -.1, U the detriment of Hriti.-h labor as a whole, and of tho wage hill In par ticular. ,. Circumstances are rapidly forehm us to admit that labor throuulioi't the world la improving its position, while labor in this country ia actually worse off In many cases than it was twfnty years as", and, be It said to their hon or, even free traders like Mr. Chloza Money, M. P., ha v.; c .ifesacd In this tlmo of national htiess that l.ritlnh real v.a;;eB have hern stationary e,r faliinK. while at th san.e timu the cost of food has risen by s-'oinethiiiB like 15 percent. Those who have taken part In the fiscal camuaiKn o'f the last seven years will readily adnijt that the two argument! advanced against the reform of the tariff which really Impressed public opinion were first, that free trade alone could keep food cheap; and s.econd, that wanes of our highly protected Industrial rival. Germany, were lower than in this country. Yet we find, in the first ease, that food of every desciiplion ill the Tinted Kingdom is risins In price bo rapidly that the margin of living for the working classes Is enormously re duced. while it. is an acknowledRcd fact by leading free traders that C'erman wjrcs are Hsinn more quickly than Ciilish wa(es. This then the ilefelir-'-lcKS position of Hritish labor n the canker which is eating into tho heart of the llritish rhy, for th whole s.istem of endcav orins to ported labor while admitting without restrielion the products of labor front overseas i,-. assuredly work ing the ruin which must he tho in- I Attempted Hold-Up in Chicago Residence Section Results in .Killing of Woman; Highway men Escape. IBy Moraine Journa! Srteelnl Wlr 1 i tuciiuii. I Mrs. l-jlnh Kauf man was shot and killed here to i.ibl i.. r.5.t.er. who dlsmoiintinff from an auloiiiuhiP.. attenipted to hold tin the young woman and her husband. Mr. Kaufman showed re sistance and one e' the robbers open ,i lire upon him. The bullets struck Mrs. K. unman, however, and she was Instantly killed. The assailants es caped in their automobile. Mrs. Kaufman and her husband were returnim- a.ur attending the opera and were dircitly in front of their hom,, at Cil Poscoe Ntreet when the automobile came up behind them and stopped at the curb. Three men were in the machine1 and n o of them not out. One com manded the Kaufmans to hold up their hands. Mrs. Kaufman, frisht ened. stepped buck and her husliand moved toward the robbers to protect her. Fearitm an armed resistance be cause Mr. Kaufnn n moved his hanf toward his pocke'., one robtier fired twice. Mrs. Kaufman fell to the walk anil the two men Jumped back Into the automobile and escaped. Kaufman is a wealthy commission merchant. His wife wore valuable jewelry and it is the husband's idea that the roijbei's soutlht thl. Mrs. Kaufman, who was 31 cars old, was shot In the riiiht temple. i'olh e learned that the three men had w ith them a chauffeur. The hus band said that when his wife stepped hack and screamed he advanced to ward the men and offered them his money If they would not frighten his wile. She ran to him and it was then the robber tired. It developed from stories of ped estrians that one of the men knocked Kaufman down, hut the merchant was so wrought up he said he could not recall that ii ildclit. Three armed men, two hours later, shot and killed John .lakuhaski, 20 years old, w lo n he unit a companion i.sisted an attempt at robbery. The shooting occurred near the stnek tiril on the Hollth side. Three suspects, called by the po lice "footworkers," were taken Into custody later. The police said the prisoners bad nothing to do with the ATELKSTHEATER Tl i WEEK evitable result of lowed to I'ontinue.- that polity If al- London Standard. TRAGEDY OF BAD HEALTH One of the most tragic things In life is the failure of health. The breadwinner of the family overtaxes his str.enyili, tho mother wears her self completely out. with tho never- cmllnx round of home, duties, or the son or daughter works too hard In school and the result is wreck of health and happiness. We consider ourselves very fortun ate in huvlmr a remedy that we can recommend In absolute confidence to all whose health is falling. younK or old, and we Ireely Rive hack the money if this remedy does not please. It Is Vlnol, our delicious cod liver and iron tonic. Probably you have heard of ihe good it lias done some of your ni-lyhbors. We sell a preat deal f It and it certainly does make wean, piilo, worn-out people strong and well apaln. J. H. O'Kielly Co., drusslats. AlhiKjueniue. N. M. ' " - 1 Ml 1 b -v.'i ;-i x ; a , .vi ;uy . -J-h ; ; ,. 4 - I v v " ; H r - v r If" s,'4,irsi t, 4 v i',r " ' p.'et' (;, ' ,v r , , . , t h iif 4 r -o - v -f , j I' f 'J,,' ' l i," 4 , ,v J " .s ,jr ti fv " v -it .5 - , w t5 - 1 "' ,M''tu ( , ' " 1 ' ' - ' y 1 r'.-A-' - .t."; I ' "'A A. r I bJAV i- rA - Si r ;a';;: -;j fa j . ' . , ' . i ' , "i ' , 3 Pr ' -A---- v-,- 'taa Grace Van Studdiford in "The Paradise of Mahomet," i Comes Thursday, and the! "Red Rose" Saturday. ! Albuquerijue theater-itoers will this I week he treated to two of the tines; j attractions ever seen In the south west in the appearance her. ,.f tirace ,Van Studdiford on Thursdiu night in -"The Faradise of Mahomet ' and "The Red Rose," on Saturday night, with ,Zoe Harnett in the stellar role, ltoth attractions are bit? musical Corne ll in. in w hich magnificent s. enh ef fects, pretty churua iclrls and daiziii.tr costumes are combined to excellent advantage. (irace Van Studdlfonl. The "Paradise of Mahomet." Is ex pected to he the musical and society event of the present theatraal season. Apparently, the lapse of several yearn since Miss Van Studdiford thrilled theater-Koers by her splendid singing in "Ite,i Feather" haa only tended to endear her the more to them. No other American sinner possesses a more attractive personality or a great er vocal accomplishment than Mias Van Studdiford. It is aid that her voice has gained lnarvelmisly in Strength during: the past few years, hut not at the loxa of Its purity and beauty, as Is so often the ease when prima donnas strive for greater pow er. "The Paradise of Mahomet'' will te produced here just as It was at the Herald Square Theater in New York last season. 'nn nMi itoso." Zoe Harnett playa the leading role, that of Lola, on artist s model, in the musical comedy, "The lied Hose." She Is In love with a siuuent who has painted a picture of her and called it "The Red Kose"whence the title l the comody. A bankrupt baron, whose better fortune depends upon his finding; a lonjr-lost daughter to In herit an estate, thinks Lola will do well enough for the role, convince her that she is in fact his daughter, and plans her marriage to his most important creditor. ; Subsequently the baron learns that Irfila is actually his daughter and around that ctrrum stance revolve most of the complica tions. There are two Americans prominent anions the persons of the play. They are rlvuls in the world's rubber production, each striving- to form a trust that will crush the other. Hut they decide to "amalgamate," and the scheme calls for the marriage of the ibiup,hter of one to the son of the other. But the son happens to he the student who loves Lola first as artists' model, later us baron's dauRhter, later still as artist's model once more, and finally as the real daughter of the baron. He loves her whoever she happens for the moment to appear to he. And the daughter of the other rubber magnate is in love with a perron of the type usu ally depleted on the American stage as "all that Is EhkIIhIi." Knough or the plot. Lola marries the student she loves. The monocled person marries the daughter of the second rubher magnate everything is straightened out, and only the villlans are moderately unhappy. The costumes are Interesting to se, the chorus people slntr well together whenever they are equipped with soiir?. set to music, and there are two or three, bits of music that may he re membered through the season. The songs that make the strongest bid for popularity are: "t'onie Along Ma Cherle," "Men, Men, Men," and "The Queen of Vanity Fair." The last nam ed Hng Is metrical In its lines and rythmic In musical composition. I pJOUR LI DAY GIFTS IVA k&iWl Nt BEING SHOWN vC,- 4 " 1" A3 We offer specj attractive Holiday Goods, and there is more useful gift than a nice piece of Furnit Ladies' De, Music Cabinets , Piano Benches,ibourettes, Magazine Stands, Sner's Cabinet, Costumer All in different fini of wood and at extremely low prices. Give us a call e purchasing your Holiday Gifts. Albert Faber 30C10 West Central FURNITUREARPETS AND STOVES 31 OKLAHOMA POSSE BATTLES WITH NEGROES Murder of White Man By Twd Blacks During Robbery Ren silts in Shooting of Bandits Yesterday, , STOMACH Dl KB I S Grace Von Studdiford in "The Paradise of Mahomet" No Indigestion, Heartburn, Gas or a Stomach-Headache Five Minutes After Taking a Little rDiapepsin. If what you Just ate. Is souring on your stomach or lies like a lump of lead, refusing to digest, or you belch Gas and Kruclnie sour, undigested food, or have a feeling of Ulz.incsH, Heartburn, Fullness, Nausea, Had tuste in mouth und stomach headache this Is Indigestion. A full caae of Tape's DlapepHln costs only 00 cents and will thoroughly cure your out-of-order stomacn, und leave sufficient about the house in case tamie one elan in the family may Buffer from stomach trouble or Indigestion. Ask your pharmacist to ahuw yon the formula plainly printed on these jO-cent cases, then you will under stand why lJyspeptle trouble of u II kinds must go, and why Ulapepsin always relieves sour, out-of-order stomach or Indigestion In five min utes. Dlapepsln Is harmless and, tastes like candy, though each dose contains power sufficient to IIknI and prepare for assimilation Into tho blood all the fool you eat; besides, It makes you go to the table with a healthy appetite; but, what will please you most, Is thflt vou will feel mat your stomach and Intestines are clean and fresh, and you will not need to resort to laxatives or liver pills for Hlliousriess or Constipa tion. This city will have muny Ijlnpepsln cranks, as some people will call them, hut you will be cranky about this splendid stomach preparation, loo, ir you ever try n little for Indigestion or Gastritis or any other Stomach misery. (Set some I'ape's Hlapepsln now. this minute, and forever rid yourself of Stomach Trouble and Indigestion. H Miirnlnr J.mruul fuerlnl I.fiimmI Wlr. Tulsa. Olii.. Hoc. :. "Hud" Walker a negro, who earlier fatally wounded In a buttle with n posse' of citizens near the town ol' Manford, nfter Walker, with another negro had held up and robbed three residents of Manford, was taken from a deputy sheriff at the Jail at l-i" o'clock this morning, hanged to u tree and ilia body riddled With bullets. The body was then dragged through the streets to the edge of the town and left to await disposition by thai ci roller. A telephone message from Manford gave these details. killing atti:mh:i lll-l f TV MKillOLS Manford, nkla., llec. J. One vvhlti man was killed, another was wound ed. one negro Is believed to be mor tallv wounded and another negro Is reported dead, the result of a battli tonight in a cornfield near Munlord between two negroes, who earlier In the evening held up three white men and a posse of .funnel's. tl is ex peeled ail effort will be made to lynch the wounded negro before morning. i''red Kvans, a member of the possi was Instantly killed; Holly Johnsoi was wounded: "Hock James, one 01 the bandits was shot through th breast and his brother, Robert Jiiiiihs he declares Is dead In the cornfield where the fight occurred. Im.aoillutely after holding up th thro., men tile negroes fled, but sev eral hours later were surrounded by a posse of fanners about one liundre In number. ilnor offices more or i; to local conimious less, ac and the otiled Indifference f the work- mere money. These we should he fixed ennrgea ot tne primiir- iotigh they may he and In all dlily are absurdly misleading; nee the primary si stem gets grounded in usage and popu- edulity and all hope or sucn Smith evasions us we have (lea- forever are nil off, the tarltf ntdlly rise until even politicians pHiatlvely moderate mans will Hided iiml the lies attnin rre H rank. New York Sun. .. OCAL AND PERSONAL i C. Clarke, one of the proml- dentlsts of New Mexico, came in Socorro yesterday. mer (lovernor Herbert J. Ilag- yesler- l Hi.. 1 1,1 tv .uh I-1-K ...1 n A mil lien venlng from nis nonie o. tnd will be here several iiayn. ii iioii..th ii nrouiliii'iit at- ii, i torney of White Oaks, wno nu neon to Santa Fo on business before the supreme court, was In the clly last evening, en route home. Morgan o. Llewellyn, a prominent progressive republican of Lus Cruoes. slopped over In the city Inst night on his way home from Santa !. where he has been on business. C. I. Cleveland, who has been serv ing as one of tho watchers at the of. flclal canvass of the stale election re titnis, came down from Santa Ke yes terday to spend Sunday. Mr. t'lvf land's home ia at Las Vegas. , Among the Albunueriiiens In Kan. IV ,,...l5' o, ' " Kergusson. J. K. Saint. R. lxuM Hahn Mrs. K. Hergatis, K. Hergatis. K L' Sctianabel, K. It. Vaughn. Thomas Olatln, R. V. Winchester and Alt. nicy A. 1.1. Mi Milieu. I.lovd Whit, who has heitl a resi dent of Alhili.iuef.iiie for the past nine months, has accepted a position with Him Kls. her pharmacy at Santa I'e. Information was received In tho city vKHterduv that Judge-elect Her bert V. Kayiiohls, who has been ...... littir 1 VIIC hi I, in In the east, wl'I return to Albiiqiicniue liecember 10. on or about i t n Fixed Charges of the Primaries he Results From Journal Want Ads A Haltlmore newspaper, which, ing u Republican organ, may con ceivahly have no reason to minimis, the cost of u democratic function tells US that one of Ihe ciilulldativ confesses to spending $-0,000, whlb Ills antagonist, evidently more bashful pleads guilty to "at t" T. olid. Thb discrepancy may be explained to som. extent by showing that the. $7,,ri(H man already had the "orgtinl.allon' under control and that Ihe $ 1 7.T.0O It excess of this sum expended by hh opponent represented the cost of ore ating and ciiilppiiiR the iiidlspenslbl. machinery. however, seems i screams of angnlsl Virginia last June were culling heavri. il cost them lion- each to get them selves before the people. Moreover I' throws u whole flood or light on th thoughlful frugality of llolto Smlll two months later In lieorgla whei having a perfectly trained le.lslatur at his disposal, lie Ignored Ihe mean by which he had obtained the govern orshlp and took the senatorial tog by (he simple and Inexpensive exped lent of asking for It at the cupllol. Hut we think It ipille within lenaoi to assume that a contest for the hoiu -. of representatives, even with Ih strictest economy will cosu the Indi Vldual at least $.1,(100 to begin with and u contest 'for the senate at leas $10,000, n nd the race for govern' The disclosure, confirm certain we heard from when candidates to witness that $.1,000 to $10,1(00 mm, Sv I 24 I, Dresser and j Chiffonier Specials Large Oak Dresser with beveled French plate mirror for $8.75 Chiffonier to match for $7.SO They are easily worth several dollars more but as long as they last you can have them at these prices. These are only examples of the great values wc are offering in Dressers and Chiffoniers. You will find our entire line which includes Golden Oak, Birds' Eye Ma ple, Circassian Walnut and Early English patterns equally low priced. Geo. G. Scheer Furniture Go. Plain Figures. Full Values. Terms to Suit. ODIi I I I IOWS- III ILIINi ;lll-:il(l solTII M:(t'M'