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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1912.
TWO. R AKEO R AIIEG All kinds of rakes for all kinds iof purposes. When in need of any sort of tools consult your own interests and visit bur store. SHOVELS munition mid an assault upon the oily, l-'ortv Hrreats were mailt- throughout the state, AM FJtlCAX TimOTM WITIIOFT OKDKItM TO HOSH III VI :lt Wahlhgtrin, Feb. ('cuera! Wood, chief, of stnrf of the army, re ceived advice tonight from Colons, i me from pip"' er i vuiiiiiiiiim iiuht t Ki Paso, mat tne rinem were vi dili'lftilty I Unit while the Mexican irioi muii-nt might ko consent, the rebel without head or organisation, might not respect It. Diepatchea in the slate department allowed a serious state of affair nt Tluhualllo, hi t of Durangu, (i nil in the laguna district. Itobber hand Iiiiv been ricviiKtlng ninny targe c titles. Varying report ... ...,t..... H.. .1.... ..It'll.. Ilt'llt MM to whether thn government or Inaur- "'"' "'H i"" V' . gout turret had th,. upper hand, limned tmu wniit. no iorn.iuti..ie No outward liiiili'iitiiniH of trouble Ml Mexico fit wii'fl chronicled. No matter what you need in shovels, padei or other such tool, call at air store and inirocct our line. . We smecialise on good tool of thii kind. Tools that are built right, that are properly handled with good " kdiea. RAABE & MAIIGER, " 115-117 N. First St. thin guvi-mmi-iit. To relievo till oin hurraaamt-nt sonic how, Hciintor HI one Introduced it i .-aolitt Ion kI m 1 1 lit r to till' .n whh'h he presented lut May, il signed to give i Ik- iiri'Mliliiii author- lly to send troop iuiuhu Him bonier In prevent firing Into American ter ritoty. Aw tor diplomatic entangle Iiienta tllnt in It III I'.hiiH from xiii'li 1 ll loll, HI Hie ill pill till' lit oITtillll have t-neli ghlug rail lilt intention to precedent no ax lii unit any prulcai from Mexico. Hehator MH.iie gave notice that hi' wouiti a I leu K tomorrow on uiw m'wiiu tlllll, llllll Ml'llld pre Illi I llllHllll'la tllin I'V til" Kl'Illltl'. Ill' I" Ulllll'tMlOOll to I if ailing III cii-oielulloll Willi the White lltlllHC. President Tuft Ik III cotiKtnnt touch villi thu situation through tht war department n ml mIiiIi' department of filial. Tht HilinlnlKlr.il ion would not welcome an laaut- that might force It to acini troops m rum thi' lliii-. not only hi-tunac of an liidlHpu altlon in 4 Ki l Ixo Mich a power ligitinat a ll'li mil) hulltili, but alio out of regard for the soft ly of Americana In Mexico, who It Im feared might It Object Of BllHi k I'V HlllHI lut IiiiiumI pt wht iulht aiaiir to thi-in to In an tuviitiloii. The I'nilt'il fluliN ri'iiHl.l.i h. how fVir, thai tin tutuminl Hltiiation In In volvcil. FoiifH havt lai-n lamlnl In other foiinlrli'tj ( iirotcrt Aintllran llf and iroii'riy whi n ofllniM hi- JH'Ml'.'ll UIIMlllM 111 till HO, III H'lt. ol ri'VoJutliinary fartlmm, hut mil in ih flaiM uf tlw iirud'KtM of ill., titular Hovertiutrlil. The iiH'tloii In thin Hiif, which it in licltcVfil may iiiImc at any nmiiient at ICI I'iixo uml hIoiik th hunter. In whclluT the illnpati h ol TrooliH tntll Mi'Slni tliil.lv In hiii III lliK luto Aini'lii an l l titnry tvoulil oiiHtltiili. nil act of war Iroin the VIcwiMili.t of I' refill i lit .Mmli iii. .Ailiri Iciin iru.'i'H. It U Hahl, Hlnl.l Vnvrnt 1'iilnK ticil n-Hiore niili-r, re- Hl'llIK win tlllK Una I'l'i ll llri'iilil-I'llri.-,1. Tilt-re was talk today imiihuu ov-rnmt-tit tifllclal,! aliout tin- ex. Jii'illt ni'. of t-realliiK a lii'litial xoiic aluiiK tin- tiit.ritii I Inmtl liin'. t.iit tin VAsti i:.oMi;y, a; i ' .XHH.H tlAIIKIIII TO ltll; Kan Antonio, Tex.. J-'i-li. 2B. Kmil ilt Vtiaiiit-)s Comex today rt-illi-ii to I 'r I'sld.'tn Mailcro'n annwer to a ti-le- Kruitt In which Ooimn reiim-nn-il Ma ilcro to ri'MlKii and "luliiff iicmcb to llt-xlro." tlolllei! ilcnlcil he HUM follli'lllllllf ll revolution In .Mexico, hut wild hi liremnt uttllutle a rccotrnlaetl lii-nil of It wan what held toKi-ther ele- iiH lilK. IiIm wllhtlriiwal, he HUlil, woulil iman uniiii hy. The tili'Kluui la mlilriUMi'd to Cltl m il Fraiiciticii I. Maileru, irt-mdi-iit ol Mexlcii, anil (loiiii-x, ttl'ter aualn uh- hi iiIiik .Maileru la Hit- tlirect caiirie of the revolution, kh.vh: I'atriollKiu riilt-ra It oldlKatoiy I'lilally uml Imperatively that We two mil Inly Ihe ttiiiire lite natural need at ill In moment by liriiiKlUK a return ofj peace nun i r h 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 10 uie country, An the prem-nt revoliillon la na lloiuti uml riot mine pi-rKoiially, If loilay alitiiidon my atllluile the revo luiii'ii "III coiiiluiit- iiicxoruhly. My H pillared to tie III imimuciimIou of Jilarex to oppore thtt Invatlera aliout 4a rem tlenli had ftrnieil - thenim-lvc and mllfht offer leBltHailt'e. ; ..No onlera havo been IsHued that would permit any croMtliiir if Amer ican troopn and th American com-maudi-iK have no more power th'in thev had lnut Alav to prevent the Mexican from firing Into American territory. The rcKlment of Infantry and bat talion of field artillery ordered from Kan Antonio to KI Pimo, which arrived here tolilKht, will be tatloned on the International boundary line at once, mi that by tomorrow a larurt force of American troopa will be concent rated oppuHilii Juan x. Sarcaparilla- Eradicates scrofula nd a) 1 other humors, cures all their effects, makes the blood rich and abundant, strengthens all the vital organs. Take it. Oft It today in umial liutild form or chocolated tablets called SarsatabSt MAXIM JL MILWAUKtC V" I Bottled at the brewery. Just about 100 per cent, perfect. , For health's sake have U tit your home. "Alwmyn tha imm Good Old Blstz" IVIWMM. BMIf SIM.1IT W. fH.r Ay. Alkaaavraa. N. M. tl wlihdrawal will almply break tin i-voliitionary unity, lirliiulmt dlverm opiiiloim and a u conaeiiiieiu-e faUl armed anarchy.' WIKIIK 1 I tHV ITX Hi:HS Tt INTKHVKM-: l MKXIKI, Marfa. Texaa, Feb. 2l, Tha head- Miiiirt"i of the Nelwiii Morrta ranch ol'POKite rib-rra Hlanca, la aiirrounded by IniairK.'iitH and a buttlw between American ranchmen and Mexican ha been aolnn on for twelve hour. A bund of Auierleun cowboy, well armed have Ntart"d ruiuthwurd for " the tllo runde with the determination (o re- leaae the bealeued. A Mexican cow boy hroiiKht ncwa of the flRht Into to- n Ik hi. He brouaht an aiul to the Texaa cowboy for iihhIhih nee, llrown 1'aacul miiiitiKcr of the ranch, four America in and five friendly Mexican are aald to lie luiiTleaded in a liiltte uilolii.- ranch houae at Cuervo, li.-ailiiiiarti-ri of th" much. Ihe InmirKciit band that ia atlemplliiK; to caiiture the ranch ht mild to number fifty. The much I one of the laraeat In north- n Mexico. Accordlim to the torv of the cour ier, the limiii'v.eiilM approached the ranch laat ecnlint and demanded aiuiie atorea. aaddlea, horae and anna. I -a hi ill refuai-d and with tho buuk-keeu-r, .Smoky'' Miller, the foreman ami two other AuicrlcHtia took rcfuK" in th- houae. A Mexican blackamlth at the ranch I aald to have liven killed.. When the courier arrived at l'olarla. a aiiiall Mcttlenicnt on the l:lo ilraudc, he found Heveral Americana. Thev Immediately acattcred to the neluh- oilliM' ranehca a'i.1 u eull for iiaaiat- I'lice Waa aeul to Klerra I Hit mil. H lephone meaaaitit from I'ularl late tolilxlit aiiiniuiict-a thai twelve Alnell tana are uitthereit there and iinolhir comimuy of flltet-n la wUhln a few mil a or ine river. When the two crimp an- united they declare that Ihey will make a iIiimIi for tha be- Hleued ranch, tteiity-lwo mile inland. I'hreii apeclal tralna loaded with A in l li nn aolilier paaacd thl-otiah Sierra Ulaiica bound for KI Titan lo liiKbl. An effort wan made to have a company of aoldlera croaa the border tb nave the ranchmen, but Ihla Wit re-fuaed. sii.i: i:its m mk ATTACK r MII.ITIA.Mr.X KI I'aao, Tex., Fob. 'id. A amull detachment of company V, Texna atate 111 1 1 1 1 In . eiimiKeil In KiiiirdlMic the KI I'aao electric IlKht plant, wpre fired ,upiii tonlRnt. by partu-a eonceaieu behind box car and aald to be Mex ican. Maxim alh-ncera were uaed mi the anna and more than twenty ahota wer find, one bullet paaaltiK through the hat of one of tha guardamen. Roosevelt Mikes (Continued from Pace 1.) IVOMENMAYVOTEIN SCHOOL ELECTION : THIS SPRING Attorney General Clancy Rules That Provisions of Constitu tion On Elective Franchise Are Already in Effect, x Rlaloy's lit Mi: M-itit, h in n i it. i. titer nu i: i nn r 3 for I.M-. lot . i; iin-.ni ' S llMIH lie. fnf im- IMIIIIICIVN IT CAI'ITAI. AI'I'ltl llKNMl !: 1F IN VASION Mixieo Clly, Feb. Ilepurta from WitahltiKtoii that a battle waa In pro r at Jiiarei wave Ihe capital a (In iil unlay. particularly Anieric.tn rt Nideiita, and announce meat or the mlatake I. lunula iiiieon. ,-ale, relief ai'lterally. Americana, already apprc heiiaive bccaiiae or talk of IiiviihIoii, lielleved the t rlala had conic and thai the day would ace their wornt par the eiHMihiM of troop Into J.iuliK -reallXi ll. Inatructloii have been kIvcii the fi deinl aiuird at Jiiare to Ko mil and miel any armed ton e lliul iiiHoiichf mid tor tlila hmh.'Ii tho 1 1 pi.il of a tut tt It- waa iIIhi i.uiit, d by the uovt rn meiit ll la e.i. l,d that if there I a bat tle II will be li.n r Itiiuebe. lr the KUiird at Jiuiru will be din. I'OHt'll to fluhl nppiiilH tit be an opi'l' tint alien In Hie lunula of tiflli iaU. It la , iiiiiponi U or men hiw ll'a tnee lima net hi-cn pltnetl It I eom ed-. Mlill 11 llllll. Illi pleldi'ln will be ,.( feretl lr thev h. mid t a-t their lot With the rebelH. II u, . ,.. fti nll tor the uiiv i l l oi. lit fiileea In tlu-lodtie them ttli hunt arttte diiimer j cf eiiiiiillenii.n Mllh the Aniellean I Kill ertimetit. I in 1 1 lnut nl ..Ifi'nU won!. t not dta 'eit'a Ihe pit.l.al.l,. eoiiiHe which th'V 'Mould plll-lle III Xll. lt I III lllllXl.llll ''H .Tile Hull lliilul I. x iippllcl l.i .ipnIlH t.ia lii Ihe at. il,. i f Hi.. ii, i.. i.pp, ir,-.l li.il.it lii have belli ill.. Hie. lteHtrla lli.lll IliihIi w.it Unit p. me h.ttt J.I 4i llctllv b. II r Moled lit Unit tal" a'lu e tin. th It-. it itinl captor' t-f Jeaua KiIuhiI'V A nltelr pi. iiiii., I niiibtiah for the Ii 'IiMIh .ii H it Jii.iii ,t alt,, in M.i. r. i, w..a lurii. ,1 I u u,uiihl. r ! 1 i. i...i i.:, I., I'.iinio i fit ii.iu Mho dint .n , r. il iheir v..iiion nmli .p. ni -t lie,, no llieitt wiih rapid l it e k-uiiH Tntnty .'luii-l i w, ,e killed lb,- f'.l'tal hew wn n.. I im titloiii d. A plot aiu.iliK olfliera lillil lilt 11 of ihe minlt". Ii.ta been lriiHlr..t. .1 In I'.'.lii.i i. Ill, 1., luo wlihh b."l for la "1'J'i I tin- aemuiK uf eaiiiioii and ani- aurliil IMapatrh I. tit Mtirnlng Juraul. Haul Fe, N. M.. Feb. 2. Attorney General Frank W. Clnncey today handed down an opinion that women are entitled to vote In achool elec tion In New Mexico. I'nder the provlalona of the New Mexico coiiHtltiition woinun posae lug the iUallflcatloiiM of mule .voter me eniHled to ol at all acnool elec tion, and It 1 further f.rnviiled thai achool etactioiiH niuat b held at a tlma different from all other elec tion. The proviaion crantinK woman KiilfritKi' In any achool district may he auapeiidetl at any -tliiie upon a peti tion alaned by a nuiJorHy of the quali fied voter of audit dlatrlct. , Thtt pe- U lion iimat l.u filed thll'U' day before tlw election. - The riillng of the attorney general whn niada neceMary by the' fact thai there exlai no rnKlttraliun of women voter, and there wa aunui iloulit ua to whether the franchlau proviaion would become operative until the Icr tula I on- hail provided for thu ma chinery for Ihe reKtatrttion of women. Another caiiae of confusion 1m the fact that the preaent law provide for the holdliiK of acluxil and munici pal election HimiiltHiieoiialy In all city tllatrlcla. The attorney general rulea thai election for achool direc tor can net he held in municlptilltie until aiicli time aa (lie li-Klalatiire pro vide for aeparute election. Thi will have the effect of continuing In of fice the preaent member of achool hoard In title In ate term would otherwlae expire In April next. - Sedentary hnblta. lark of outdoor txerclae, inaufflelent niaaticalion of food, ronaiipation, a torpid liver, wor- cuaaion by thn people, twu year of (liacuaalort which would include the flrat election, which would include the diMcuaaion before the committee, which would Include the diacuaaion before ihe aovernor. which would In clude Ihe diacuaaion before the court, which would Include the decialon ot the court and which then would in clude the nix month' diacuaaion' be fore the people, finally and definitely acted." Mr. Hooaevelt here limited a de- cialon by Justice Holme of the fed eral, lupremo court that the police power extend to all the great public need. Thi power, lie said, may he put forth In aid of what ia aanctloned by uaic or held by Ihe prevailing morality or by a atrontt and prepond erant opinion, to be greatly and im mediately neceiwary to the public web fare, Continuing Mr. Uooaevelt aald: "All I advocate I Riving the people of the aeveral atateg the right to put that opinion .Into practical -ffect aa part of the. law of the tate. If the Mate court decline to folloV the ex ample ot the supreme court In that matter. "The court of apptala of Ihe Mule of New York In the worklngtnen'a compenaotion act, referred In their opinion to thi very deeiaton, to the very language I have quoted, and re fuaed to follow It. All J uak ia that the people theniaelve In mich a ense ahall be given H chance to declare whether lliey will atand by the au preine nourt of the nation, when It ntii tula for human right or by the chief court of their own alate when It stand agalnat human right. It that i a revolution, make the inot of it. "I Htand nt oppoalte pole from thoae worthy gentlemen whoae con ceptlon of the relation between the conatitutinn and the people, la that the coiiNtitutloii la a atraight Jacket to control an unruly patient. I re gard the conatltiillon uh a meana fur giving the fulloat expn-aalon to tht tlellberule and well thought out Judgment of the American people, anil I feel thai any aittle eoiiHlitution that I'alla to provide it mean for glv Ing auch full t-xpreaNlon to the tie liberate and well thought nut Judg ment of th people of the alate, falls ahort of what a ronatitutlon ahould be under our ayatem of giivernnieiit." No. 26 1 4 Report of the Gjndition 'of- jJHe First Nationals Bank OF ALBUQUERQUE, in the State of New Mexico, at the close of business February 20, 1912 rv and anxiety, are the moat common cauae tf alomaih troublea. Correct inur habit and lake Chamberlain'! fttouiHch and I.lvrr Tablet and you will noon be well again. For l. by all drucglata. SUSPECTS SEIZED FOR TAX I C A B ROBBERY New Yoik Police Recover Por tion of Loot Taken From Bank Messengers By Day light Bandits in Heart of City. l:sTru ku 1 1 3 Itta. It. r iti in s, r .c 1 1 mmmi I mmm ill III T 1 H. IIM'I.I lor olt ivt.l Z-1 lu S U'U n ; A. J. Maloy ii Phone 172. man more than a fat Lat.y. It meant la)-ing the foundation f a Mrong. sturdy runstitution. Fat alone ia not enough; there mutt be bone, muscle, btain and nerves, rntt'c Fmnlcinn Bf blllUWIVII a mf aHaittM r aaf CU4. n atT. III. Mwalaa jMtraal aeM Iae4 Wlr Net, Vrk. Feb. 'rt of the I J. '..ii mi t iirreiicy atolen from two latnk lo.-aHi ii. in a tiixieab III the heart of the financial ilmtrli t Kebrtl r I w a reentered today ami three men mill twu women were held by the liie... The i-ollce allt-Ke that f.iu In miretny Inmili, t ll.- atamp of the I r.Hl.i, ,. Kxchititae bank, whit h thel ti k..i.r were taking the llioiwv li-ii rl.ietl, waa f. inn, i in Ittialun at lw home of Kdxar.l t'olltiia. ... The M.U.. nty thai -illita a.KTlt d hiiii!.f a Kdwurd Kinaiiian and hni he ,,n.e waa pugiliat and aaiier. l i.lliiia un.l.r arreai lit . th.-r hh All-ruu.) ami limn Mn ti.nl. huiilfeiir of t.r IhxIihI, In hah Hi., holtl-up ih . ui nil, and two -nit a .I.-., mtr U illg held aa Wlt n. -.. The women. Ii all.-a.il. fuiniahi-tl Ihe .llce with aotite ttf the tinea tn the "n All. run.-a pent-n Ihe .li t found k y to a aaf.it il. ntatt a lilt in Ihe lt,,t.-r Sitlii lutiik. and Ihe pil-.t r, , .(.i n-4r .im hav ing aU.ui $;. in Hi.- I.. hut the l-n e hatr hopv of uu.lma a larger BMin ah-n th etntuine It tomorrow. IttMISKt Kl.T NO l ONUKIl Ityi KNTIAI. MAini.ll IIKIIO Witahington, Fen. ill. The an nouncement of Colonel JtooBevelt' wlllingnca to accept the presidential nomination and hia conaettiicnt open break with rrcaldent Tafl, waa de clared here tonight to have removed a pictureaiiiu poaaihility in connection with . the threatened' trouble in Mexico.- Senator who claimed to be con veraant with the facta, atatetl thai about a year ago, when -thn Madero revolution wa at Its height In Mex ico, und the poaaihility of American intervention wa being diacuaaeil. Colonel itooaevell wrote to I'realdi-nt Taft volunieerlng to head a regiment of cavalry which waa to be in the forefront of the Invading force. Colonel Itooaevelt, It la aald, atlpu luted that hi subordinate officer were to be of hi own chooalng, and went ao fur a to name aome of the men he would elecu Theae Included Colonel Cecil A. I.yon, republican na tional committeeman, of Texas: Jack Abernathy, the wolf-strangling form er niaralial, of Oklahoma; Moan Simpson, of Texas, a "Hough I'lder;" Secret Kt-rvlce Agent James Sloan, Jr., now with 1'realdeht Taft, and aeveral members of the old "Hough lllder" reginenl ol Cuban war fame. Colonel Hooaevelt. at that time. II I stated, said It was his highest am bition again in he in the saddle in lime of war. The colonel's letter to 1'reaident Taft, aaking to be placed In command of a regiment in the event of trouble In Mexico, was addressed "Dear Will. according to those who claim to have si en the document. President Tuft's reply wa add reus ed "Dear Theodore." It atated. uc cording to report, that the colonel's rpropoaitton was very "Intereatln; in deed." hut that the possibility of American intervention wa loo re mote a contingency to be considered at the time In any way. ll.Alt MA II HUMAN Mll.l,- I.OY.M. Til TAFT Mobile. Ala.. Feb. it. I". I. Mar ker, republican national committee man for Alabama, aald thla after not n : "I do not la-lleve Hooaevelt will get the aupport of conservative repaid! can of the country. If he ahotibl lie nominated the democrat woulil have a far bettor cJianc to elect their non-.lneea than they would If Presi dent Tuft ahould be the republican candidate." t T' T T T Js.l 91 t Y t x ? Y Y" YT KKSUl'ICtKS. Loattil and Discounts . $ Overdraft; secured and unsecured ; : , U. 8. Bonds to secure circulation , - U. 8. Bonds to secure r, H. Deposits, 1125,000: to secure Postal Savings, $10,000 Premiums on IT, S. Bonds Bond, Securities, etc. ,.' Banking House, Furniture, and Fixtures Due from: National Bunks (not reserve agents) Due from State and Private Banks and Bunkers, Trust Com panies and Savings Banks Due front Approved Reserve Agents Checks and other Cash Items Exchanges for Clearing House Notes of other National Bunks Fractional Paper Currency, NIcRels and Cents ; . I-awful Monijy Reserve In Bank, vlzr Specie"., 179.508.80- . Legal-tender Notes 64,878.00 Redumption fund with U. H. Treasurer (5 per cent of Circll-" lutloi)) 2,622,561, 41,562. 200,000, 92 01 00 135,000 7.229 84,908 42,000.00 C19.167.84 90 6S 3A 130,876.70 IJ76, 044. 52 4,453.87 17,298.49 19,110.00 1,556.40 174,386.8(1 10,000.00 Total . .$ 4,752.256. 2'J IJAHlU'llKH, Capital stock paid in U., Surplus fund ' Undivided Profits, less Kxpenses and Taxes Paid National Bunk Notes uustanding Due to other National Banks Due to State end Private Banks and Bankers Individual Deposits subject to check 1 Tithe, Certificates of Deposit ; -. Certified Checks Cashier's Checks Outstanding ' United States Deposits ; $27,119.15 Postal Savings Deposits 4,816.34 Deposits of U. S. Disbursing Officers 300,000.00 100,000.00 13,885.10 200.000.00 102.140.63 404.048.10 548.125.21 964,418.12 549.14 26,823.92 31.935. 49 100,330.58 Total 4,792,256.29 State of New Mexico, County of Bernalillo, ss: I, Frank McKee, cashier of the obove-numed bank true to the best of my knowledge and belief. Correct Attest : - J. . RAYNOI.DH, SOLOMON U'NA, ,-,'A. U McMlLLEN,' , ; . . 'Director. do solemnly swear that the above statement Is FRANK McKEK, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 24th day of February, 1912. H. L. SNVDEU, Notary Public. 1 t with the cuatudlan of primary' record not later than March 10. Beginning tomorrow congressional district committees throughout- the state , will meet to designate candi date for delegates to the invention. All candidates must be designated by March 5. (iOVKIIMlll JOHNSON LOOKS Itm IUMSKVF.Ir I.ANIISI.IOK New Vork, Feb, ' 24. Governor Johnson, of California, says now that Colonel Hooaevelt has come out In the open for the presidential nomination thousands of new admirers will Join the ranVs. Uovernor Jolinaon said: "The statement ' of Colonel Hooae velt was all that was expected. We believe he will make the strongest fight In history. We. -In the west, arc confident of his nomination, and after that the liattle la practically over." Colonel Hooaevelt' letter to th governors, stating' briefly that' he would accept the nomination for president if it were tendered to hint, created no surprise here In political circles In view of his laconic remark In Cleveland that "my hat is In the ring." TRAINS DUE LAST NIGHT DELAYED INDEFINITELY California Limited, Nos, 1, 7 and 9 May Get Through To day; Stub, Makes Trip West From La Junta. All of yesterday's trains, including the California Limited and Nos. 1, 7 and 9 were reported indefinitely lute ut 1 o'clock this morning. The trains are held somewhere north of La Junta, Colo., by a snow blockade. The Santa Fe tn order to remedy the demoral ised condition or Its train service as much as possible ran a tub No. 1. nn the regular time of thla train from l.a Junta to Albutiueroue lust night uni; this stub triiln went west from ncre on regular No. 9 s time. Train No. fcV2 over the cut-off did not nrrlve until after 2:30 this morning, the delay also being due to the h?avy snow In east ern New Mexico. Sunday's trains got through yester day, the blockade having been tempor arily raised. No. 3 of fundny wns tu first train to arrive, reaching here at about 5 a. m. Nos. 1, 7 and 9 fol lowed between 1:30 and 2:30 durinc the afternoon. After those trains ha.d got past the blockade, a fresh t!! xard set In again and the track was Again blocked by bug drifts, paralyz ing trairic. I l-e.- '.Niankr a-4 Ih- mmI. W i'iin.... ',!.. i I ,., .l r.it trn4rlltHi iti.t,.. ,, i,mutt.l jal.tpu -.. nt" nniM .-rear The cm t.UIn I "I H i. .ra. IH-, -.r-wi t-u.liwaea I- f.iift4 ' Jl'N. ultlmtttiitn w. Ul.l k. '-l"li'lii t ldne ,., ihr e,wM o-tn-n. i.Mav rter the r--.fn .',..b of Ihe inter.rMlation t,f the le iai .-..mmrr.e e. MnnttaHha Int.. ihe n-lh-l na iM-nt-IH ea i( 1 1,, t ,'ii .diii. lt)MK KI T IIKAIKJI AltlFltH KsTllll IMIK.O IN M VOICK New Vork. N. T.. Fell. :. Per mati.-ni i.frii from w hich siipHtrtt-ra of ThitMlore Itooaevelt. from which he will wage bis fight for presidential nomination, were open! t No. I. Mtttliaoi, Mieniie, totlay. In charge of Oliver Clinton Cwrvenler. a lawyer who waa one ,r the lieutenanta of rorge u Cortelvoa. chairman of the r. pul.ll. nn tiMilonal comniltiee In 1S. "The l:oo.v.-lt cttllimltt- of New Tork t-tly will handle the work here .toward ti tiring del. satea to the tin- lional contention. In favor of hlh nomination. n.l a lao will cto.-rutr in the w. rk throughout the cnunlri tow aril ae. tiring Itooaevelt dt It-aale.' aal.l Mr t"rw-nl-r. , Frii-n.la t.f Colonel llo.acvelt bere prepar.-. iml.it- make a fight at the primary el. t Hon Mr h it. for tlt-b-gate the ChtCMgrt avention. In nearly eer ,-.ngrr4Minat dlairh-l ill the tlly. It waa aaliU t andnlatea aint-l I "Ting Colonel K.HMWVelfa minima. , lion wo'H.i He- .U e.t on the ballot l. i ll' au.Mrter i.im-ede.1 that randt- 'il.tt. tlmuwird t.- the tepullhn rHntu.tl..B moiikl fav.- ITeatdent Tait. In oppoMittnn to taeae candidal.- Ii waa planned to lU-e K. elt i'i.rtert, nn the halhH hy -tliln. Theae tnln moat be filed (iOYKItXOIt OK I4WA DfXI,.Itfl Hill TAFT Des Mnlnea, Ia., Feb. 26. LH-clur-injr that he was surprised that Colonl Theodore Roosevelt "did not long ago announce his adherence to his oft re peated doctrine of the 'square deal,' recognise tha-Justice of the candi dacy of President Taft for renomina tion anj give him the same loyal support that President Taft as secre tary of war gave the Uooaevelt admin istration," Governor 11. F. 'rroll In a statement today announced hta sup port of Taft for the presidency. The Iowa executive: broadly Intl- matta that Wall street influences are rianonallile for the opposition to Preaident Tart In the following lan guage: "There can be no question but that .Wall street and the so-called 'big interests, trust ami combines, are fighting the preaident and that every Influence which they can bring to bear rik be exerted in liehalr of hl opponents. I am. however, decidedly of the opinion that Taft will lie re nominated and the Koiwevelt can didacy will serve only to complicate matters and endanger the result of the November eleiln.' TO (I KK A COM) IN OXK 1AV Take I-IXATIVE UROMO Quinine Tablets. Druggist refund money If it fail to cure. F W. OHOYR 8 sig nature ia on each box. 2ic. ARIZONA CORPORATION CASE IN HIGHEST COURT Waahingtua. Feb. t. Because -t Conflicting law- throughout the enas-l try aa te the liability of stork holdc.-a , for corporation debts, the supreme) Court today decided to review the Con- I rd H- Matthlewen raae from the New Yolk federal courts, ( Matthiearn was a gark swlav tiix-r to ' the Weatworth Motet Cwmsany, lacor- port. ted la Alisons, where atot khoid-1 era are aot lis Ide for ruruorathaa debt The ranissnr was Is ereet s hstel at Im Allien An assccesnfal t-i tetwp was made tn Near York roar's Is held him tinder California laws. lira and Grape-Nuts FOOD Should Know One Another nu t: FitiKxu lie Knew What Food Altaic Wimld I Hi. "Three years ago my brother Was suddenly attacked with acute stomach . trouble that ultimately reduced him to a mere skeleton. Ho consulted three physicians and two specialists but they gave hint no relief. Eating ordinary Mod. even th smallest quantity, meant for him ter rible pnln which kept up until He had vomited almost all of the food up stain. "Hi; tried many prepared foods but not one of them seemed to help, and he said they even aggravated his trouble, and when friend urged hlrr, to try Grape-Nuts he bluntly refused. Thla frl-nd l-lng persistent went out and Iwught a package of Orape-Nuts, prepared a small amount of It and . actually ur jett him until he ate It with some cream. The results were Pleasant: for the first time In a Ions, lonr' time he had found food that would stay on hia stomach. "Not on.ly thst, out the Grap-Nuts rapidly brought him back to health. He lived on O rape-Nut a and cream the following week and nothing elae and the effects were magical, and the following thrt-s months h. ate almost nothing else, taking alawtlutely o luedicine. and In that short time not only waa his health entirely- regained. ' but his welsht also and today he Is strong and In perfect health once mor;." Name given by postum Co Rsttle Creek. Mich. When trouble comes from Improper food, no medicine r cure until that Improper fool and lis effects have Wn corrected by a change of diet to the proper food. Grape-Nats, being al-aotutelr the most nourishing and the most disestllde food In the- worhL work w. aiders In such times, as a tea dais' trial prove. C.-t the Utile bo.., -The Itoad t. WellviiK" In Pkga. There's a Reuscn, ???l,l.c.cea, Cow, Ltd., Battle Creek, ttfch.