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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1912.
SIX. AS'': tNPBIEMK,VT NKWSPAPIcn. ' Vn Aa AHAM at Q:?cte0 3wnal (Offlftal NwtpaMr nf Nf Mrllrn) l'uhll.h.4 by lha tOURNAL PUBLISHING CO. . ri.lrtint . Muncr Mir'KKIUIIT. . , . . tr eater Reprnaalatlva, t. J. AM)KHMN, MarauetU Wallai . ihicaaa. Kaetera lfrrratall, MtlCII K. Ml I.I K, A. M r.rk Haw, Kew l ark. IU. eoeeaa-eiae aaiw the uai..friea at Alhuuiwraun. N. M UfKtiT 1 nf Conraa of Maf'vli 3. 11,9 FrlB MOHNIVfS JOtMINAt. I" THK UfAlilMO HKfl'HI.K'A.H I' A PICK OP NKW rxlW, HI I'lMlKTINO THK P'tlN"'! l kit V THK H,KITHI.tAf I'AHTT JtlAt ToW T MK. ANM I fir. W Tilt Rm'i:m.U!1 I'AIITf WHKN THRT ARM RIIIHT. Cmrr rHroalariua r ether pvr tn Nw M.iifn. The onlr paiwr In New Mloo ll rr lr In the ytar. tkhuh or at'iim'Mii-TioM, Pnlly, tiy i-mrifr. nn eeailli lw.Hr. liy mall, "n mmitli . tin. "The Murnlne Journal lot. e hliher ir culailoa raima than te aeinrit.il ar eib.r ppr la t"" et.tlou." The Am.rl oaa N.wplr Ulreemtir. At.lit'UVKHUUn NIOW MRXK'll niK .M)i) noAiw iiii.i-. In going on record for n uniform mule ayatem of roml hitllilltiK, aim jtllnK the ukc of ilelniient tnxen a an addition to the good roada fund, and aeklna: for Ihe more ueneral ue tit convict Inhor on the rond. tho Al bii(Ueriiie Commercial t'tuh, which will poh hefore the leKlaliilurf a Rood road hill emhndylnir thcae and other lirovlrlona, luia act n koo, exiimple. The druft of the hill preaented lo the Commercial Club by I he nood ronda cfimmlltee how I hut If pliNHed, auch a miwmire will ro a Iodk way toward avaleniatlitlng the rotid hul.dlna; uctlvl. Ilea of the vurloiia coutitlea, produce uniformity and In ncnerul ai'celernte and mane more effective the hlihwny propnaunda In the atiile. If every commercial ornanlantlon In the alate will tfet behind thla hill and hl hooHt It throuiih the lea lain liMe. lone forward atep will have been taken. A uniform property road tax not to rx'cid live mill on the dollar, to he levied In all eountlca la not the hunt Important of the provlxluna pic atnted In thla propoifed bill. The auitttcatlon laid on the table, In the effect that there hn a apcclnl attache of the main Rood roada com nilaaion to devote hi entire time to the nKltatlon of Rood roada work and a rampnlRn of ediicutlon, I alao a aplendld one and It ouichl to hn enxlly feiialhle wlihoiit the formal creation of a new alate ofllce; even that Hoes pot appear to be an liiKiiperalde oh ntacle. t.'crlaliily the atate ouaht l i hn able to afford one man who can the hla entire time to the iinimln. A number of expert tulaht apend all their time nn the propoalilon without ImrtliiR anythlna; and thl matter I one that ahoiild be taken up attain and Riven aerlnti conalderatlon. nut Tin: imvui i;kii. The Hocorro Chlertalu i, wiacly "It ahoiild not le Ihouuht for n inn Imnl that what la now being; done in; way of makiiiK H'"d roada In Hocor ro eounty, or In any other county of ihe atulc, la for the benefit of that rmmiy alone, no, road between nny two widely aepn rated pointa In the atate, crpecially between any two Important pointa, I of benefit In vnal ly more people than thoae who (Ttvtll In any eommanlty thtouith which nn h a 10:1,1 happen to pa. Ho let ever) Iwoly hoot the Rood road, move ment for hia own Rood and for tin common aood a well." Colonel Itoonr-vrlt uaut a eck to Rive rarvlul (-uneldrrnlton to the de ittaiiit from Ihe nmalaamuled order of itrn Roveriioi that he nn iiomii-c lil. pneldentlnl ndldncy. Certainly, aivr him time. V"ii ran t expt a man tn dr l.lc a niomlon like I lint riRht oif nm tifei. 4fliOM, rvet) Wf-t'k help the hltinhtllK Mittl till It y to (Jcciile hiihrr or not ihr- deoinml I tin.-anlMlou f lonlKtl In lu HCccf.teit Our atri'niKHta fitrud al oxatct onthl In have a im .o In tin hurt t r lh" Text JndRe w lin ml oilriiid coin lo thrukh the coinmte lomr.elo. calleil him a liar. Cer tainly Mr. Itonervrlt tll now admit that not all roorta are I. ad. The diMiali hi, do not Intimate that In thul bird of wild bulla diottnetl tn the Tatrua, ih.re wa any that bote a Mew Mexico, WnnhliiMon. f. or I'enne) Ivanla brand. Conf-iiently there ta no ranee for nlerm New Mcxlfti'a ci.nirieeioin fiaht. aa far a tH-ir Inlliience II' R . the irorwl tUehlniT red g. Mob tn the rtlni. If carra d out na pleniosl ...,i.!. in v-a'thla will l one of ihr arcati-t tin l"'I'0 --i-.- . - thn. it, tib Ii oui, certainly BiinfiKlune at tbi. time. lie a The reform a hd I the only place here Im, tea barn a Clraft educator. a frj.lf- mii lie evldratlv nt rbn.kr-d Ihe Albuquerque Manual Trainin rv hfw.l. rXtandard oil haa liwreaaed Ma rap- -I ,.,1. .' ...i i 1- i.eile. The Italtlmore .American eredlta "a orointucnf Kiull.h lecturer" with this KMTti"n that "Japan In prepared lo nn ka ile.ienl uikiii thin country at any moment to rnvlah It of tha frulta of It vnrt expenditure," nieiinliiir ht the Jupimeae navy purpoaea at an early 'lay to aooop tij th 1'anama canal and run It to milt oriental needa. There la (lark Intimation thrown nut that nothlnjt but Oriental patience and runnlnK reatralna Hi Japanese from accompllahina; thl fell purpoae at once. The rnvlahlnK bualneaa, accord ing to tli locturer, will not he de ferred Ion- after Mr. tloeihnla com pletea hia Job and throwa the canal 'open to navigation. The American I ... . ... people nuuni io oe kih'cio. n m- J prominent KtmllKh lecturer for thetlp, ia It Itlvca them abundant lime to think uhoui what they nnuht to flo when I he ennui I" lateen nwny from Mlia I, IllUm Ituwidl bavins nn noiinced thut ahe will not marry until T. Jt. la nominated for prealdenl, he Nhoubt lie aallunt enoiuh to declare that he will not accent 8 nomination until Mlllun 1tuaae.ll I tn:irrled. , Now the next. If thero la nny Rentle mun throimhout the atule who haan't lakeq ft wallop at the New Mexican on the federal court propoalllon. the Hcaaon U ett til open and everybody In Invited tn walk up. We huve tl.flOfl of that 3,nnf con ncry atock aubaerlhed. The cltlxcna are kindly re'tuealed to come rapidly ncroaa with the remalndiir. Il la a line atari; let tia flnlah up tho Job in a workmnnllko manner. Alberto Jarnmllln Ileverldge tellau theKhcnnan law la a rellu of p.iat aea. In other word it hue whlakera on It. W rather expected Alberto would he breaking In about thla time. It aeema that the only point on which rrealdent Tafl ami the colonel fully naree la that the eiiceea of Ihe He publican parly can only In1 poaalble by noinlnntliiK the riRhl mun. Ami now il apneara to be Mr, liar mon'a turn In ray whether lie la helm helped by Ihe oppoaltion of thn Cln clnnall ICnqnlier. Jim Hill la ".Imply lazy, that' all. A man who ileclluca hard work at the early aae of 74 la Incorrlnlble, "oh, very well," auma up the pop ular t'hlni'ne aliunde toward the In HiiKurailon of it republic. Mlaaourl la united for him and Champ Clark la at leant ure of the mulea. The Cummin political machine ap pear o be ruiiiiliiK with a flat wheel. Korrlnnera cull lid new will not be required republic CIiIiik Ifwa. to The Oyaler cunie out yet. Ilay RroundlioR haan't Respectfully Referred ltoewell. N. M., I'll). U. Editor MornliiR Journal, AMnupicr fUe, Hear Hlr Krom thn edltoil'il one reiiila In the Hanla l e New Mexican, c lie woulit ailppoMi that CouurcNnioan Curry' bill to divide New Mcvlco 1 1 1 1 live iI'.niiIci tor the piirtnoie ol hobllnu federal court, la aniiicihliia hiilHirto unhrnr:! ff. A" aller ol fact nearly eveiy other atate hn lout similar illailnn. The rollnwln IinI of alatee ahow after the name of ecu elate the tiiimi er of dletrlcte Into whli h ha liecn divided for I'nltcd Httttee court purpoacH. Alabama, h; California, 4: Arkan ana, ", Colorado, h, Florida, i, ileorala. ; Idaho. .1: lllinola, 3; Iowa, ; KaliMK. J; K.-nlln ky.S; liiilelana. 4: Mli-hiaan. 4: Mlnneootit, K: MIrmI alppl, ; MlH.ouri, 7; New York, 4. North Carolina, 2; North IUkobi, 4: Ohio, 4; I'cnim) IvhiiIii, a: Honili Cam Una, 2: Houtli lnkota, J ; TctincMcc. ; Texaa, I k ; Clah, 2; Virginia, 2; W-'Mf ton. ' Wleeoiiain, S. - V. B. Btatutea, nnnotnted. Vol. 4, , j 1. v., iiiciiiKive. Viuim trolv. HTATKW1HK ltoOHTKIl. SWISS MAY GOME TO NEW STATE Millions Behind Project to Tmnsfer 29,000 Mountain eers to Southwest Pait of United States. A Hnlaa livilia In .Mlmqui rune I atnhi.rity for the etnlemelit thn: n ari-at oniiny haa l-en mreieii 10 l: IU. i l.nol. I.hi ki ll by nillliona of cnt-ltat. In brin ;. raldi-nt of th. All. In renoldlc to Aniertia and n loiilre mem In Ihe eoiit hi est. Il u iiil ihe company hue nllt-adv at -nniifil hnn.treda of ihoue-'fwla of a. rt-i-..( land In California, ixlmipallv In Ihr Saiianunlo mliv. anil will Ilk.' Iv ri lire adilliliin.il lend for furtuini: In Vcw Mexico. II la Mid II ill lki liil in, eliiplonita lo brine i.. ihr ii.lont.ta and a laree iiiirolxr ait ftiu.uiil in tranpnri Ihilr i-attle and I mifci.iit.in mnomr-iili for eara, i Imnc in a hlxlilT iti-atraMe il.'e inuna. iluiliy, im.-IHainl and it iiKtrtooe. I" -i-- fl ."" '"I " " Oi.mbertaln'a Unlment n4 hnund . h .ffri, parte la aupermr a ear puater. When troubled with lame bar, or pain In the elite er cheat ! rtve i: a trial an4 y.e are rertain ta be mere than pleeee! rit the prntnpt relief M at turaa. t VU tr " ru-fiei. BRYAN REFUSES TO GO Of lEW AT PHOEIJIX ' 1 1 Declines to State Positively Whether or Not He Would Be Candidate For Presidency at Baltimore. " ll Mnriiln 4iiiBul.Ktieelul lseil Wire. I I'lioenlx, An.., ren, M. wiiiiain j. firyan, who came to I'lioenlx today to wltnea the InMimuratlon of Oovrrnor Hunt, epoko to a larKc nndtence thla evcnlna; following the ceremonlea. Mr. Itryan an Id Hint hn anw no rea aon why he ahoiild run. na the repnh llcana were alowly, but anrely, com in v over o hia view. i Later, In an itili-rview, he rrfuaed to any poaltlvely whether he would or would not be n candidate for the prCHldeni y. Ill hla addrema, Mr. Hrynn ceit red hla attack on Theodore ftooni vcll'n Kuropean pceche, and declared that tlu oply utterance of the former prea Idmit worth remem herlnK wn hla Mtalcmcnt In I'arla, thai "Man ahoiild lie placed above the dollar." iir. Ilryan aald Hint Hooaevelt,, when prenldetit, had aetit Tart Into oklahoniH to llulil direct Rovernnient, but that now be favored II. He pre dicted the triumph or the democratic party next November. Mtiow ux.iKi.ATrnr. to mi:i;t ihth or maim ii T'hocnlx, A rlr.., Feb. 14. The Hret .hmhIoii or the fliMt atate eHlature of ArlRonu, which will relict two Unllnd Hlatea aetiatora, will convene in Phoe nix on March 1 K. Oovernnr tl, VV. f. Hunt iHHiied today hla proclamation culling; the member tottethcr. Moth of Arir.ona'a I'nilcd Htatca aenittora will be dcmocriilH, Henry Aahuret, of i'reacott, arid Murciia A. Hmiiu, ol' Tiicaon, hiiVltiR received tne popu lar endortement at the late election. Sedentary habit, lack of outdoor exerclae, Iriaufflclent tnuaticallon of food, consi I nation, u torpid liver, wor ry and unxlety, are the most common cauaea of atomacii truulitc. correct your hubita and take Chamberlain Hlomnch and Uver Tablet . and you will aoon he well again. l or aula uy all drugelata. Films Show Signing of Arizona Statehood Proclamation and Mr, and Mrs. Taft Enjoying Stroll On Lawn, 1 11 Morula Jmirnnl fevrlal ljfil Wire.) WaahliiKlon, I'ch. J 4. MovIiir plv tnre men made valentine at Ihe White lloiiae today which may ro Into the rrcorila of the government and be handed down to future RcncnUloiiH. From Hie llm. I'roaldonl Taft i-lKlie I the proclnmalloii adiultiliiR Arizona to the union, to the hour when lie took n abort atn II tlirouuii the Whit" llouxe KroumW with Mr. Taft. tile moving; picture men were Iiiih.v. They clicked off a few lliounand feet of fllniH while Mr. TaH Bat at hla dci-k lunlnu the proclamation; they cauubt Hecretary Ilille aa he left the cx.-'il- tivc oliicea tor luncheon and to wlm! up the Herlea they look "action pi -tare" of ihe ncwapaper men atntloin'd at the otllcea a they talked to bilt oi who came In aec Mr. Taft. The I lima w ill he Kiiliinlttcd 'n tin Moilil.'iil for III approval ivnhin, a few dava CARELESS ABOUT APPENDI CITIS IN ALBUQUERQUE Many Albuciuvntue people have iluiiiinh or bowel trouble which I likely to turn Into appendlcttl. If you have const Ipallon, Hour atoniach, or m on the atomach, try simple bin kl home bark, Rlycerine, etc., a i-ompounded In Adler-i-ka, the new Uirinan rndinii remedy. The J. II. o IMelly HriiR Co., elate that A SINUI.K IniHK of thl. aluiple remedy 'elievea bowel or atomut II trouble al mot INSTANTLY. COMMUNITY PROPERTY DIVIDED BY COURT In the cine of Ariel MullcnberR v. Mamie M ulli-nhera. In uhlch u dlvuicc wa Kiantcd Hie couple aomn time 11K0 In another alale, Jn.lni- ltanhi In the diatrtct inuri yesterday klRncd 4 ilii-ree nnardloa to the rtefeiulant l"t 4. him k 1. In Ihe Kaetern addi tion lo the city of AllMiiU-riiie aa hi r iiorllon of tin- conn, innuy properly' ol the cotiph'. It waa ehown by Ihe de leiiilant 1 lint on April t. Inx, the p'uininf had aarccit to alve her the pri pi-rtv in um-eiinn. In chamber yeeterday afternoon the coiiit a aa tn -iipie,l wilh Ihe raec of Ii. K. II. eVIIcr. na aaent for Mr. Knen'e Van lilpf-r va. Mm. Kate Mm. in hh h e JmUment for the rum if fi:a. nllciie.l to be due aa rent, 1. Hfki-il. Ihe plalntilf ilaima that til) pmpi rtv imi i,ih-t l.v Ihe delendanl i .iHiioiaeil hlli' ahe a a tenant CHEMICAL SCHEDULE RATIFIED IN CAUCUS Wa.binalon. FrK 14 neemwraL of the hotiee In ram u Ionic ht rati tli rt Ihe new heioii al tariff rchedule whMh la i-eh iilaird 10 imrnv reve . r-mlel lmMrta more than 1 1. . a rear. aa approved Juat aa It ram from the democrat of Ihe nil mean romnuitee. Aa effort of tu rut down Ihe pr IAaedl Inrreaaea en morphine and I ,1 ...t tiRilti ttrue waa Voted do an The I. Ill ,il be reported to the ' boua Saturday. lib PICTURES OP PRESIDENT AT WORK WOULD PUT LABOR unions UNDER goverient; Witness Before Stanley Con: mittee Thinks They" Should Be Under. Some Control as Combinations of Capital. Iltr Vtornlrir Jiiumal Knerial laaed Wire.1 SVaahinnton, Feb. 14. l'ercival Itoherta. Jr.. It rtlrr-i tor of the I'nlted Htntea Ktcel corporation, told the Htanlcy ateel InveatiRatiiiR committee today that hla company would like 10 aec labor union under the aame rov- erhnienlul control 11a corpora lloha. Trade iininna In thla country, he de nounced a "un-American. "I ace no reuann," aiiid Mr. Itoherta, "why men ahoiild not combine to dla- poae of their labor Juct aa men com bine: to iim capital, provided that both are under Rovernmental control and that full liability la Imiioaeil on labor nrn;uilr..illon lor all their undnrlak Inita and that neither ride hua mo nopolistic tendencies. "The difficulty with labor organi- zallotiH la that their tlrst reiiiilrement la monopoly. They demand tho eloaen ahop and there ia no law In thl coun try to prevent tho closed ahop. tenn er la there nny law providing liability on labor unlona recurdlnK contrncta. The itvcraRe labor union la In no aenao an American Inatitutlon. The Idea la Imported and hn no place In the In Htltution of thla ociintry." Mr. Itoherta made an exception tu railroad orKnnixatlona, which he aald were entirely different from the. man- ufacturliiR orKanlxatloiiK. The committer. va urtred by Itoherta and I). A. Keed, counael for Ihe aiecl corporation, to vlalt ateel pliiiiln and r.ae actual labor condi tion. Chairman Stanley aald he npproved the Idea and would like to have the committee Ho provided member would pay their own expenao. He Mild I lie InveatlHatlon had already coat :)4.K)0 and aa there had been iiiiineroti urotcat asaiiuit the cx- penae he did not led like nakliiK the public for an addilionnl appropria tion. TO ATTEND MEET Clovis Making Preparations for Big Session of Pecos Valley Association On Friday of This Week. (Hperlal Ferrr.iMieil.m' te Mornlef Journal l loVIK. .. M., leo. if. i."fm- preparations are helnR mndo for tne comlna: of the I'ccoa Valley Teachera iienoriiitlnn which will convene here Fililay if thla week. Not Icmb than 10(1 teacher are expected to be prea- ent. AmonK the Important vianora io the naaoclallon are Hupt. C. M. l-lyht of the Normal at l-na i rtteea, Hr. Frimk H. II. ItohertH of the Normal Hchool nl l.as VeRiia, State nuperin- tendi nt of Public Inatructlon While 01 Santa F, and Supt. It. It. Cour.in of the Wei t Texna Normal achooi, ot Canyon City, Ti Xiia. The local teacner and people of Clovia are arranRlnK for a kreat occaalon. Ton are probably aware that penu- monlu alway reaulta from a cold, but you never heard of a cold rcHultlng In Pneumonia when Chamberlain' Couh Remedy t:na naed. Wliy take tha risk when thla remedy may be had for a trifle? For aala by all itniKRiai.. FREE SPEECH CAMPAIGN FILLS SAN DIEGO JAIL Pan IHeito, Feb, 14. More than Liu prlminera lire now ei nflned in Ihe county Jail n a remit or thi wholenle arreata of peraona deryliiR ihe free anei-ch law In Han IMeRo dur- I11R the laet Week. Two thotiaund per anna Riithered iir:iIii lonlahl to wllnia the tianal demonatration. .-so aireain were made. The two local lalM.r counciia or Kan rilcRO today filed reaolutlona with the ltv clerk, protcetlms iiKalnft the onfoic.-in.nl of the atreol Hp.-akini? law and chIHiir for Ita repeal. cRro llariRftl by Mob. 11 . . . in.. . - 1 1.' . . 1 1 11 l 1 ,1 M rilii ri Kir, .tiffin. - Hamilton, a nearu, Jdentllled by Mr. John Itell na the man who attacked her lute yemerday at her home mar Stark! Itlc, Mini after dubbin her with nn Iron liar, threw her Into a veil w.ia b.iiiuiil bv a mob near Slurkvlll.. late tiHlay. It la believed Mra. Hell la latanv wounded, she waa found in the well bv her I a. year-til on. RAYNER ANXIOUS TO CHANGE SHERMAN LAW Washington. Fob. 14 Senator llny ner today anked the Senate to adopt a reaolutlnn directlnR the judiciary committee to rt port if the Hiiti-truat law could he ao atrenaihend An li detlnr t lewrly the at la conattttittnfx a loi.ition ot thai law, nnd lo Imoire the protection of f',ir compeiitlnn 'n Inleratute trade and pretetit monopo liatie cooiblnationa In bnalneaa. I in ohjei tlofi by Senator I imIkc the rcaoliilloii went o'er until tomorrow. MURDERER LOCATED IN OHIO PENITENTIARY Ovehmd. O. Feb. 14 The man who murdered William I. 1th e. a mil bnnairp la aver f CtiVvland. on Aiicuai t. lia. In "he aiate peni tentutrr at Columbua. Tin. tatemcnl we made here to- nixht bv a dcteottve of I'ltiaburch who arrive 1 from Colnmbii wheie he aaid he had obtained the inrifr ion of a nariner of Ihe alle.-.! mar derer. Hice naa kllletl late al nlshl. near his home tn t teveland lietcnta. When her child t in 4aner a worn, n will rtak her life to protect It. Ne (rent ait f hertam r Hk of life la aereaaarr to protect a rhIIJ frflr. croup, tlite Oiamberlaln' Ceagb Rrmnlr and all rtanarr la avoided. For want by all drutrf.at. RUNDREDTEAGRERS DESCRIBES GONSTIPATIOfJ, B i LIQ USN ESS. COATED SNEAO killing of boyce : Defendant in Texas Murder Case 6n Verge of Collapse as He Tells of Tragedy Which ' May Send Him to Gallows. R.r Morula. .Imirnitl Rnerlat I.rad Wire. Fort Worth, Tex., Feb. 14. John Real Knend, Amarillo, Tex., banker, today- told the Jury which ia to de termine whether he la Riiilty of mur der, that on the impulse of tho mo ment he drew hia pistol and 'atarlc-l HhootinR aa last aa I could,'' the bul let that cauxed Hie death of Captain A, (3. Iloycc, n wealthy ranch owner, nnd father nf the man Who, he de clare, dlaruptcd hla home. r'nead aald that during the after noon preceding tiie killing of Hoyi he BtuilloiiMly hnd avoided the cattle man, .but early that night It waa neeeaaiiry that ho enter the hotel where ftoyce , waa atayliiR. Hnead testified that aa he entered the lobby he heard aonie. one any, ' Here ho comes now, uttered witn nn oatn. "I turned and saw two men rlalns from their thuira, one of them waa lloyce," Knead aaaerted, "who I knew made the remark. I pulled my piatol and aturtcd IIiIiik u taut na I could." At I Ills point, Sncad Boomed on the verge of collapse, but (inickly com posed hlmaelf nnd jontinulnB, he held the elder Hoyce responsible to a Rrent extent for his domestic difficulties. Immediately preceding the fhoot- Iiik, Knead aald, he dined with W. H. Atwall, hi attorney, and Atwall hid Informed 'him of a renin rk credited to Captain lloyce that he was willing to spend hla fortune In acrlng tho affair between his son and Mrs. Sncad "throtiRh." EXPRESS RATES PROVE PUZZLE TO EMPLOYES Washington, Feb. 1. Although Ihe law provides that express companies shall not depart from their published rates, Commissioner I.ane ol th Intiratuto Commerce Commission told the house cammlttee Investigating in- ttrstato commerce that J.OilO devia tion In one day's biislness of the Adania Kxpre.sa Compnnv had been llscovered. similar deviations were found in other compniiloa. "These variations occur because ttielr employe cannot unio rmand their system of rates," the coninilw- siiiier explained. 'He said n commit tee Is working oil a systematized form of rate. COMMITTEE DIVIDED ON SMOOT PENSION MEASURE Washington, Feb. 14. The major ity nnd Hie minority report on the Kmoot general pentilon 1111 were pre aented In the aennte today. Senator MeCumber for the major ity, reported that the Hmoot bill would carry an annual Increase or iinh.fiii for each pensioner and for the live years of il operation It would cost the government respectively $.1i,0()0, 1100, KA, 51111,1100 t which would carry the arrears): lS9,H0(i.nil0, 54,000,(100; 0,11110,000 and Iu0.!i00,000. The minority report, rlgned by Sen ators Curtis, Ilrown, Shlvely, I'oln- dexter and Johnson, favored the Sher wood bill on the ground that It Would give to a large number of soldiers it dollar a day, while the Smool bill would give a dollar A day only to those who had served three years or more and were Tj year old. WOMAN ATTEMPTS TO ENLIST AS SOLDIER St. Joseph. Mo., Feb. 14. An un- Idcntlf e l woman, clad In men's cloth ing, applied ut the local recruiting. station ii nay lor enlistment in me navy. When the physical examination began ahe confessed her aex and aald she had hoped to he accepted in order that she might get to see the world. Wreck Victims (a red l or. Devll a h. ke. X. !., Fell. 14. The greater number of the eighteen paa- x'tigcr who were eerii usly injured In the wreck of the Great Northern Ori ental Limited, near liyon. last night, are In hospital here. Several of the injured were taken t. St. l'aul today. The condition of Knglneer William Prindevllle, whose leg and arm were broken, la atill critical. This Hom'Mad0 Cough Syrup Will Surprise You lnPa rea W hoopla! Teach taleklr. A Kaaillr aapely t Mtaall t eaC N ITere 1 a luinin ni.,1. 41.. I laU. Wnl.t fcf a coKRh in-tentlv, and will uvnll.v rare the. ni.-.t .tulils.'rn raa ia H4 houra. Thi. iwitM mat. m o..i . enough for a whole faniilr. iou couldn't buy aa aiuch or a goutl readr-nuulo coujh ayrup for '2.jil. mx one pint ol panulated angar with i pint of atrru aaler. and alir 1 aiinuirv lnt 2 onneea of l'tnea rifi eenta' worth) in a pint bottle, and add trie Siifjar Syrup. Ian keeps mr feci It and haa a pleaaant Ute children like it. Itraeca ip tla appetita and i alirditly laxative, l,ka help end coie-h. Voa treohahle Lnnar Ika M.i:.. of pine ia treatinr a.lhnia l.n.n, l.,f,. and other throat trouhlea. 'aora in.m ate. There la imiI Linn LnM n: i tWrooat valuable onivfitrated eomnntind ot iieiir wane aine extraet. rkh In rnaiacot ann ait tne natural healin pine na. i iter preparation will B!t In 4kla fiwaBiita The nmmot retmlla tmwm (1.1. tma. aifia raiMtv kir. mAm. 1 - M 2. : ltha.and of keeeea la trie Failed tatr d t'attida. wiiH h explain hr the plaa haa heem iaiilated often, Dut aerrr (neeeaafnllT. A fnarairtfr nf aK"Me at Kfaetton. T axoaer f eranptlfT refnadxl one with thia reripe. Ymar rlfnjHt kaa Fiaex, or wi'l F 4 it for ra. If ot. arad t 1 ba inrs fa, FU Wja, lai. . -rnnniir. iirininur nn nin PTnllinil I UNbUt, UtAUHUilt Uil dHU D I UIVIAUn Furred Tongue, Had , Taste, Indig nation, Sallow Skin and Miserable Headache come from a torpid liver and clogRcd bowels, which cause your stomach to become filled with uruiitfeslecl food, which Hours nnd fer ment like fiarhafie in a swill barrel. That' the first atep to untold mi- . . . . . L. A... u! maiilal faun ' f.-.'lt- erv-lnahieatlnn, tout Rases, una nreaio, j.-h" i.n., i...... ..... ........ thin that ia horrible nnd nauseating. A Cnscaret tonrsiu win sinugnten you out bv mornina a JO-cent box will keep you feeling-good for month. Millions of men and women take 11 Cnsf-nrct now and then to keep their stomach, liver and howeta remilnted and never know a miserable ir REGULATE STOHACiil VEfl E-BOSEIS PRISONER PARDONED TO SAVE HIM FROM ASYLUM Washington, Feb. 14. To save Itnbeit K. Nix from losing his mind while Imprisoned for smuggling Chi nese from .Mexico into the t'niteil Stales, president Tuft today com muted the sentence to expire at once. Nix has completed his fifteen mouths' t-rni Imposed at Uoswcll, N. M., on February !. but was teing detained thirty days in lieu of coits which were a part of his sentence. APPROPRIATIONS BILL REPORTED TO HOUSE Washington, Feb. 14. The formi cation appropriation bill today was reported to the house. It carrl 4 . :i 8 . 3 5 . which, is $1,437,474 , lean than last year's appropriation nnd more than $:i,000,(o less Hum the war 1I1 partim tit's isllniates for lill:'. The present scheme of sea const formications will cost In the aggre gate $1 8:l,liS:i,4S0, ' when finished. The scheme lor the Insular posses sions will cost approximately $20,000,(101). Just Say 9 HORLICSI'S It Means Original snd Ganulna MALTED IY1ILK The Food-drink for All Jgs. More healthful than Tea or Coffee. Agtees with the weakest digestion. Delicious, invigoraling and nutritious. Rich milk, niaitefj grain, powder forn A quick lunch prepared in a minuL Take no substitute. AskforKORLICK'L Others are imitations. Y Ready Cash is What We Need To get it we will place our whole Diamond stock on the market at cost There is no better investment in the world. Come and look them over. f T r r T t f t ? T X t T '4 5. Vann & Son The Jewelers The State National Bank 5 of Albuquerque, N. M. The rrowth of tha STATE NATIOXATi RANK haa been ft than that of any other bank In New Mexico, It la now the third la r nest bank tn tha Rate, Till-: STATE XATIOYAIj ntK offer every advantage and courteay to customers, whether their account U laree or ainall. , ... The follcwlnc flgurea ahow tha ateady rapid Increaaa In d tmalta for tha paat eight yean: . Deposits .Dec 31, 1904, Deposits Dec 31, 1905, Deposits Dec 31, 1906, Deposits Dec 31, 1907, Deposits Dec 31, 1908. Deposits Dec 31, 1909, Deposits Dec 31, 1910. Deposits Dec 31, 1911, It Of - KH . K. llPHManV, ITeitilmt. J. koltltt It. Vk - e o. x. M.tnnnx H'. JtTI.OXO r. ti. btkonu a. moment. Don't forget the children their lil tle Inside need a pood,, gentle, cleansing,, loo, occasionally. " ' STOCKARD MAY ANNOUNCE CANDIDACY FOR MAYOR OF CITY OF ROSWELL f Sordid Cnrreanondenre to Morolnf Jiiumi.ll Krawell, X. Al., Pel). 14 U !s rumored here that J. V. Stockard, the well known local capitalist, is to he announced soon at tho "wet" candi date for mayor cf Uoswell at the ap proaching spring election. Mr. Stock ard hns not verified the rumor, out it is aald by those who profess to klu.w that he hns definitely decided to be come n candidate uud will make a formal announcement of th:;l fact In. the near future. Try a Journal Want Ad. Results GOOD SHOES at Right Prices. Ilova' Itustrr Mrotvti Shoea ft 1. 75 to Si. oil. filrls' tluster Urown Shoes a i.od to xi'.oo. Ladies' Siloes $1.2.1, ff.50, i.-. 2.(10, $2,511, $:t.oo 11 ml $:l..0. Men'a Shoes l..-.l, $1.75, 2.(0. $2.50, $.1.1X1, $:l.5() nml ft 1.00. Men'a (iood Qtwlily Socks 3 for 25c. Men'a flood Quality Socka lcr pair loc. Men'a Hood Quality Socks 2 for 25c. Misses' Stockings, F.xtra Quality , ' . Icr luilr. lthv 3 I'aira Heavy Canvaaa fllnvea 25c. Men's and lloya' fific leather niovea 50c. Men'a Heavy Fleeced 1'ndcrshlrts (lc. Men's and lloya" Sweater r.Oc nml Ode. fiinxl fiiHMls Itcu-Mmalili I "i ices. Mail Orders Solicited. WM. DOLDE, 210-212 S. 2d. St., AlhuqucriiM, V. M. ? X f y t t ? ? ? X T T i $114,316.66 $395,505.06 $530,283.39 $586,174.86 $681,875.75 $915,578.88 $992,893.85 $1,105,175.95 - KIlJa, - rrebletit. IWV M Ihi Ca.f iiRrcTtn. j. il iirttxnox i:ov ai iMfrtrt Kor.r.n: mio kt