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TWO. THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1912. J! JAFFA TORREOrJ BESIEGED MIL REPORT OF BY INSURGENT Grocery Company 4 Saturday's Money-Saving Prices 2 We give good goods and good prices, and that's a hard & combination to beat. ? . 15 3 can. gal. rrnlt IN-tta ltr J I'fiimi ami .rN- ..fl.lO .7 J 1 ami Uhlok ItrtMHi.. ... .25 35 A ft llw. Mlf's lnl Ill Mm. NMlfr"!. jrl I 10 l. ttoriio KMfft'a Hani. I lb. regular J5c Tea . . . . So th. nMmil4 I1nr .. 5 h. Vnr Mevlav. lb-ait t can t.al. tfiii- 4 btrw i rii J i in ...... 1,50 . I .no f 50 .25 I (Kl ,0 I'.xlrn raw Ibtnaiia, ilos. 2.1ci ALL APPROACHES TO CITY BLOCKED; WIRES DOWN Reports From Many Sections .of Republic Indicates Rapid Spread of Revolt Against Ma- dero Government. POSTAL COMPANY IS ISSUED Gross Income For 191 1 Equals That of Preceding Year in Spite of Inroads Made in Several States. unoitvit hi ai i.irr Tin; MiitM twn.i i mm it. v, I.I I' o h x i. 'nsi i v. i iiohm cki,- I ItV, MIXICAX TOMtTOl. I Br Moraine jMnul Hpeelal W lr MpiIiu city. Keti. 16. lorreon i I Isolated, ftrhels surrounded the town and communication ly telegraph w.-is (stopped int night. Thnt the culling of the wires in dicates anything more serious than I the growing number of the Vas- 'qtiistaa and their Increasing boldness, , la not generally believed here. Home a&ldaya ago It wan apparent that all Bakery Department IIMOI.N kl H Ml KM I Akl.S oitwt.i: AklX l T 14W c ki:h nillll.i: Ml.lt rX ."rTMIO t'AKf iloroiTi; hi:m i.oi.i,. H WMIiOOVS imttv itrxs Mil I.I, itoux i-otvio roi i ctn: Cooking Ibig" as di'iiion-lrul-il ai tlx- Woman'. Club, fo Mtl. eHiilcl.v by iwr1 30 hug for ttiU; ordinary approaches to the city noon would be In control of the rebels, but offli In), here feel there in little danger that the Lily itself will fall Inlu their hand. Without explaining how It wan re- 3"! reived the government today gave out ill Information that forces under Colonel lorohan had defeated a body of rebel. J!near Torreon. killing seventy, and v.! losing one killed and one wound..!. J Last reports froin Torr-on wcio Ajlhnt the residents c;u.il the V: S iuitas would riri out tln'ir thrc'-t of attacking the city. I lie I:ihi tri'in was permitted to move by ilia- ri ;i a merely lniif It carried a number of American refugee. An unexpected strengthening of the rebel wa reported from Tvzitulati, i town In i'liebla, nMir the border if the stale of Vera Crux. Thl place wa occupied by relit-ls proclaiming their adberent'M to Vuaouts domes. 1 i No resistance wai offered by the small ! i guard. Wire, were cut and courier. i i JAFFA 31 PHONES 32 MOTHER LOVE MORE : THAN MONEY LOVE Mrs, Kimmcll Testifies That She Would Rather Have Her Son Than All the Millions of Insurance Companies, Hr Maraiaa JHira.t aprrl.l low) M'lra St. t.niitM. Feb. 1. ---Mother lo e or money loveT That lmrh iiickilhi wa. put by coon.e fr the dcfcn.c to Mr.. K.letle Kimmi ll kborlly I- for. louri adJi.urm-,1 today when rrUewid on tTo.-ekHlninutln her htaleniellt that .hp ni.ulil rather have her i bi k than all the million, of the in auram o rnmpany hlih I. Ieiia cue I to re over li.OUII on the life ef Ce.il i;. A. KlMllllell. KHlilli.ll ilWn i...,r. .1 'rom Ark.nwi. 'it. Kaiom. in lsn. 'You aay y.ni would like to ban your .on l.oi k '.' ' Miil the l.m er. ' 1 you mean that ou would like to lun . b.i k "iir .on In toiiner manly vtgnr. but n.. i thia toiivet with lu t.eord Mittlued nnh rn.it- and hi led and lulltd lowMed ly di?eM.e''" "I want my aon back a. he may he," r' plied the mother earnrly, ' with all Hie Inbrmlty or deformity that may accrue with yarn, but I don't want a convict who doe. not re.emble my on in a .Ingle feature," "Wa It mother love or money love?'' .aid the lawyer alernly. "that kept y.ni rr.mi going to till man for three year'.'" ' I didn't believe him my aon," he repll. d. I'omiael for the defen trapped Mr. kimmcll Into the Matement that .he did not recognlxe a picture of her .on, ;oigc A. Kimmcll, lie .bowed her a newhpiipcr picture, a reproduction of a photograph, and a.ked lo r If he re oxnlxt d It a. her on pi. line. She put on her .pec tacle.. looked ut the pli ture. nnd ald: ' I BhnuUI ay moat mphat I. a I !y not " Thp iilioriHv then printed out tt':.l the picture wa. taken from the plain- tin mini. u .in, a a hull-lone .. of th,. h nt titi.-Mted photograph K immell. lre the new to Vera Crux, whence it waa Kent here. Texlttilan 1 in the mountain, and I. regarded a atrategical point of more than ordi nary value. The smelter of the TerJtulun Hmelt Ing A KcHning Company, an Arneri can concern, I there. other upri.ing. are reported tod ty from point near Kuerte, lliidlraguto and Kl Ixirado, In the .tale of Nonorn and Irom Hacienda In Jali.co. Wire culling Inlerferred today with the re ccipt of newa from portion of the .tale of MoreloH, where Oener'il Kohlc I ronductlng a vigorou cam palgn again.t Zuntlta. Kmulatlng the method of General Weyler In Cuba, the village of Nexpa, comprla Ing aeventy hou.e, wa burned, undei hi direction today, and the Inhabl tanta marched Into Jojutla. The cab vacade conHlated of 111 women and children and but four men. At the village of Chlnameca, a Inrge band of rebel were repulsed lat night by inall detachment of federal after an all day battle. The h...e have not been rr ported. Itep rt. received today from Cuer- naviua. including the fact that Col onel Hoble.. commander of the rtirale. defeated four day ago neir j Jojutla, loat thirty-nine men killed. (The federal appear to be graining ground in mat region, mil ngni. within lx mile of Cuernavaca con Unite almo.t every day. There will be no .pedal elon rf the aenate to authorise the pre.ldent to end troop. Into Chihuahua through American territory. The in rma ru nt committee of congre.a to ibi voted the mea.ure down and adopted a resolution saying the sltua lion deibund no u h ai'tlon. III ! Mil ItlVfi I II I TI XT iiiii:i(.i I ii:h itiiF.sT WafhiiiKlon. F'eb. 1. The war de. partment decided to deal draatli-ally with I.b ulenant lletiiamln W. Flcl.l of the K'ghleenlh Infantry, who. in eoiiiiuaml of a detachment of Cnll-.-d llflMntc soldier., made the mlatake -f . l. '"HH into juares. Mini, yester day afternoon and almo.t preelpllut irni nn internutiotinl clash. Lieutenant Field, ha been oidi red under arret Only One "II HO Ml I (jriMXK" That Is I.A.V ATI VIC KflOMO Ut'l i p tiding an irivtlgatioii. NIXK. lmk lor the signature of K. ! While the war deMirtinent la eon- v minvi. t .. it.. m lAltlnri-il that the officer's blunder was lie result of hi. unlamtiiarlty witn I the unite of the trolley car which h land his men boarded. It I desired jtli.n IbU fact la- thoroughly itn- prcd tip. .ii the authorities of M.xl.i. Csed Ihs world tvr to,'lnm Curs Cold In Ons Ibt. ::r Millionaire laliin of .b t. H.ipolprf. nil;,, Feb. 16 Fll lal.s who o. i. it- o poi t tiiort. ill i-v -t III III t It ill l.i.lat ,.f Hi.- I.odt of Wll- h uii I:, in Inn m.ililit oil li.n.t n, an, niinoiim . d . ili;lii thai ll.-rrt hill died of MpOpttAV. Ilt rrihid died at the liliuw of I i it n ii ii ii -it r .aiuipa ami ri'i.ni.- ' siipi.d (.nil I'lit. I U-rr v hill was a 'belt k' India li. f r?rrtv T rm. i,fe-.. r7 s-r.etfj;j."i j t WEBSTER'S hEWrjLLUSTRATtD aj f:!' I. J i ' 4-!Mt uivi i r , ' Mt.i-v 'v i-m SIX. na . th. ii i alu I trmm Ik. tmnmrf. fc. mm kto v. alia. - a WW MM, artu. k " " ahs era fraa Ik. ruMn smmi sxriukas TkX) $4.00 ( uUatMn in advrrtisrtnent rlx-aker la this issue) fj HtBSTLTS ,e ,u 1 l-" I Esther, flexible, atampesl la raid X Mew 00 hck ,n '! P'infed on Bible paper, with red edce fl 4 tllsustrte4 cotie-t rounded ; lautitul. stroog. durable. Beanies T1 I UlCTlONAIV I'"'141 "i.ire, i arvnoea eisewncr there art - - - J wiuoin II tkeee-x piste. Damrroui tutoertt by raoootofie. I pace al I ZJ rmlosbU charts in tworoW. and the lte L'mted Stat. in el XI Z Preseat St this t, flare sis cssnaratree Drti.aare - aaaa laa efOC ZI I Toe. S3.P0 a) MvTiostAaT It W tie' f Ih. ..t m UW 4.i k..l rfl mi I mt. et km lie. kKl t. at k . h I . p Hill "! I 81c 1st $2.00 U ebaw k- I m i atiara til uLT4 t St. BIlt.oatAaT ei Ik. a rkan. ae . it. 1-1 48c: '""tttlltltllUMMIIl I i i:ITIIY HII TOI'ltlTS I ltltl sll It Ml l S I Marbn. o Feb. 1 Several wealthy iibloaii. were arrested yea i tcrday at Juares. by M-tlcan soldiers, f in i i.rdlng to tili-grami recelvetl here today. The party was alghtseelng when taken into custody. Soon the i.lcse ait the party w.ia ordereal. wha-reuHin American soldiers tobf them to return tai Kl I's.o. one of the telagrams wa from it. ii.laomi Waples, a banker of this da a, w baa salt! . i;.v..lt attains! Madero progressing rupi.iu. itorabr alaiiit tat rise." MIDWINTER CARNIVAL IN KLONDIKE CAPITAL Seattle, F.b. IS , cable to the I'.i.t Inta Ibaen. er from lisiwson. Vu ken Territory, t. Us of a great out-door a e. . (.nation held in the Klondike me. iroiioii. Usi niKht in hanT of the ' mi Id winter In Alaska and Yukon. J The a-elebration w calleal -Iawsaan' jmid-w inter open-air thermo dance.' nnn wm. aiienaia'u y n ei y ..it- at. town am the samrroundtng camps. The banal played "A Hot Tittle In tha old Town Tmiighf and other 'tro. ie." airs. M.nv dsncers sp-red In straw lists. nn-n duster and other .nrnnirr garment.. fNseelal DUealrk te Ike Matralag Jearasl.) Chicago. III.. Feb. 15. The annual report of the Maekay Companies' was issued this afternoon. It states that the companies were never in better j condition physically, financially, or in tha efficiency and enthusiasm of the staff. The twelve million dollar realized about two years ago from the sale of American Telephone at Tele graph Company stock Is still pre served Intact, In cash and in the highest class of securities, including New York city bonds, and this gren fund la ready for emergencies, exten sions or the taking up of a new line of business. The gross Income of the Postal telegraph and cable system In 1910 waa the largest In Its history. In 1111, notwithstanding the temporary interruption of the telegraph com- pany'a business to and from Texa. i Arkansas. Oklahoma, and parts of the adjoining state by reason of the action of a Texas telegraph company. In connection with Its Bell telephone affiliations, the gross income of the Postal's land line and ocean sys tems, separately or combined, was al most exactly the same as In the pre ceding year, 1910. As to the expenses, they increased owing chiefly to the nigher wages paid to tne skilled op erators and other employes engaged In the fast service which the Postal Telegraph Company Inaugurated and upon which It depends for public favor. This fast service has pro served to the com puny its full shure of the general telegraph business. As to the "night letter" service. Inaug urated by the Western I'nion Com pany two year ago, the report snvs that the Postal Telegraph Company Is giving this kind of service, but it la not seeking it. Careful study of Its coat to the telegraph company, as compared with the average toll re ceived, shows that It Is carried on without a profit and probably at a loaa. The "night letter" originated In France. It has been in use In that country for several years. The re- suits there have been unsatisfactory. An authoritative statement recently published In France Is to the effect that the night lettergram contains many unnecessary words, simply be cause they may be sent without any extra charge, and that the rate Is 'Insufficient to pay for the working expenses. The government of Europe, In cj- rpi-ratlon with all of the Atlantic cable companies, have brought about a change In cable rates, designed to benefit the. occasional sender of a cablegram. It la the cutting of calib rates on cable messages In plain lan guage to certain specified countries. to one-half the rate previously eharged, for example, from 2S cents a word to 1 2 4 cents a w ord, sub ject to the messages being deferred. The ( ommercial Cable Company doe pot regard this as a new service of traffic. It does nait expect that the traffic will be either largo or profitable. This expectation Is borne out by the returns to date. The re duced rate Is proper because there is a large class of persons of limited means, whose need of the csble ser vice Is only occasional and who ha.'e no "codes to compress their mes sages. They will find the new cable! rate of advantage, when in tlmea of j stress or domestic affliction their need of csble communication with friends abroad Is urgent. The combination of the Hell Tele-1 phone Interests with the Western I t'nla.n created a temporary difficulty In Texas and the adjoining states, i The Postal land line systems had I j contract for the exchange of business w ith the Independent Texas Telegraph I Company. That contract ran for; many yean, and tnen the Texaa com pany passed Into the control of the American Telephone & Telegraph Company. Hence, when later Ihe American Telephone Telegraph vompany combined with the Western I. nlon Ti'legraph Company, mo that the telephone Interests controlled both ' the Western I'nion and the Texas Company, the situation for the Postal became Intolerable and thereupon It proceeded to extend Ita land line sys tem throughout that territory. The work has been done with phenomenal "peed. A first -class line has be-n built from Wichita, Kansas, down through the states of Oklahoma and Texas, through Fort Worth, Itallas and Houston to tiulveston, nearly thousand miles. Another line has ueen built from llaton Kotige, l-aiulmana. westward to Houston. Texaa. still another line Is ranldlt pproaching completion from a point opposite Memphis. Tennessee, to Little itoa k, Arkansas, and I 'alias. Texas. Connection has been made with Aus tin and San Antonio, In the state of Texas. Numerous spurs snd bran, h lines have also been completed. The rault 1 that that vast territory h'ts been covered with a network of Pos tal lines, and wires and competitive rrvt.-e is now given In the full sense r the word. It Is a feat that la cred itable In every way to the Pat il Telegraph Company. Its stsff Children don't care! If they did would forget! care they A c Wrigley's makes it easier for them to care for their teeth than not to care. If your children chew it every day, the friction and the mint leaf juice preserve their teeth indefinitely. While they chew it they also help digestion. Most children don't chew food properly don't create enough saliva. Chewing this dainty helps digest the "gulpings." - And all this applies to you Mr. or Mrs. or Miss! Buy it by the Box of any dealer. It costs less. Pass it around after meals. '-'.y Look for the spear i The flavor lasts IA FUNERAL SERVICES OVER REMAINS OF MAI Hulk of III Fated BattleshiD to Be Sunk at Sea; Bones of Unfortunate Seamen to Rest! .at Arlington. Washington, Feb. 1. Impress! .e funeral services for the bodies tf sailor, recovered from Ihe wreck of Ihe iKtttl.-ship Maine, and for the re mains ot the battleship Itself, have been arrang.-d by the Cnlt.d State, and Cuba. Shortly after March 4th. It la said thnt the twisted mass which has lain la.urt.-.n year in Ihe Havana harbor mud. will b. towed out Into the tluif or Mexi, ,, and sunk. The armored this, r North Carolina nnd the scoul cruiser ItirmlTigham. with the recov ered skeletons aboard, will envoy the Maine I,, it. ftna. resting place. As the two . misers take the wreck ut into the gulf the bi.tt.rl.-s of the North Carolina will fire a salute of iwaiiit-a.ii,. em... The shore ballarles SAN FRANCISCO LABOR LEADERS TESTIFY IN LOS ANGELES INQUIRY Is Angeles. Feb. 1. After con tempiatlng contempt proceedings against Olar A. Tveitmoe. Anton Jo hunnsen and K. A. Clancy, labor lead ers of Han tram-isco. because thev re. fused before the grand Jury today to answer questions relating to federal Indictments charging them with Ille gal transportation of dynamite, coun'y officials changed their tactics and al tered the interrogations so that they were unobjectionable to Ihe witness.. Tveitmoe thereupon answered all which were asked him and was ex cused until Tuesday afternoon. Jaihannsen and Clancy were told to report Monday. Krie H. Morton, editor of a labor publication of r:tn Francisco, UyHUitid briefly today. When her child Is In danger a worn, an will risk her life to protect IL No great act of heroism or risk of life Is necessary to protect a child from croup. OiVe Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and H danger is avoided. For sa.e by all druggists. Federal Judge Dead. Trenton, N. J., Feb. 16. Vnlted States Circuit Court Judge William M. Lanning died at his home in this city today from heart trouble. Judge Lanning wus to have sat with Circuit Court Judges firay and Buf fington in the guvernma nt suit ngainut the United States .Steel CorporatiuB snd its subsidiaries. Tou are proYiably aware tnnt penu monla always results from a cold, but you never heard of a co'd resultin. In Pneumonia when Chamberlein's Cough Itemedy vas used. Why tsk the risk when this remedy may be had for a trifle? For sale by all druggist. Texas Hanker Arret. teat. Houston. Tex., Feb. . Kdwsrd L. P.rnwn. who conducted banks at Paige. Klkhart and F.lllnger and who rtcently became Involved In bank ruptcy proceedings here, is under ar- Ie4t. The aitecittc char? uirin.i him met of 'ul..t will answer as the pratceaslon 1 ' ht " president of the I'aige Ktate rink tie substituted luestionable p t- anu PU.aesenin, pn.ra a prolilem "teams a. lit o a-H. When .t.n u.e ....... i ... ...... k-'.j ..rn it wj . . neai, ine crew, will Iw. ... il.l ut off from the stste of Texas. Ar- to aiuuriers. a fiin. r.1 a. , kansss and Oklahoma, and parts of played, three vaallet-s man i i a the adjoining states. With the ram- all that is left of the old hi.. Digestion will be easy if Grape-Nuts is the foorj c "There's a Reason" M pletloa of that system the receipt. ,.f the I'ttetal from telegraph business to snd from that part of the I nlted tales are Increasing rapidly and those receipta are BO longer divided with a onnea ting company and as was for merly the cae. The strength and prosperity of the and line system has been areatly Increased. Th report refers to three Import- snt litigations whk h the !atal Tel - pears, a bugler will a.. . The North Carolina and the Hir minghai,,. with colr, a, h,,f ill steam away for Hampton Roads, mere ,he ren.iins of the sailors will I transferred from the North Caro lina lo the liiririncham. wHI, h ft bring them to Washlnrto. for burial in Arlington cemetery. I'resi.l.-nt Oomes has Issued a de cree calling for elaborate ceremonies sraph Company instituted on account ' 'J "'""n the ships leave th. har- f alleged dstsTtminatlons htr the Itell telephone and Weatera I'nion Com panies and which hare resulted In faor of th rotal Telegraph Com pany. The report proceeds to stste thst ,i bonds, notes or .lock have been issued and B debia Incurred during the year. ltd yet there has been substantia! growth of the ocean and land Ilbv systema. Its policy I'ay a"o!jH . ourtng the present year im portant estrfsnneta and Improvements to the srstem will be made. The em ploje, ot tfce CoznrarrcUl Cable "o n t ulsui nunta.y Pa.t and public buildings will rty at half mast. When the bodies are tsken to the North t arolina. i ,he morning, the shore b-iteries will begin an ail day nnna of cannon which will continue every thirty minutes, until sunset. t . Crry .m.-ter TrtrM IHmior. ew York. Feb. ls.v.'. K. Corev fatrmer president of the l'mted 8tates Steel Crpo ration, tod.y ma. elect -d a dire, lor of the International Smell ing Hcflnlng Company, ..srceedin? Adolph lwutwltaw per for f l.Sa0 in good s.-ctiritles. 6tt tht Original and Eenuini HORLIGK'S HALTED MILK ' Tin FMl-drlnk for !l (. For Infants, Invalids, and Crowing c! lusJreC Pure NulTiboo.upbujling the whole body. Invigorates the nursing mother and the aged RVh in ilk, malted gram, in powder form. A quick ronca prepared in a minute. Tike no substitute. Ask for HORLICTS. Not In Any itJUk Trust JOHN DEERE AND EMERSON PLOWS Most complete line of Farm Implements RAABE & MAUGER 115-117 North First Street Montezuma Trust Company ALBUQUERQUE, UZVi MEXICO Capital and Surplus, $100,000 INTEREST ALLOWED ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS I 'T7 aaaaiiailmfcmatlat t""