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THE ALBUQUERQUE KORNIKG JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MARCH 24, 1912.
T.70. Cyclone Ornamental Fence It I more nrtlnlr, more .ornamental and stronger than other. Costs less, that vow think. Cotrie III today and Id u Hhotv you l'VCI.OK I'KNt IC j y.vrm . Raabe & Mauger, . "i ' '113-117 'North Flrt Si reel. American by a representative da of American mean. Thank to ihe vt-rv bosses In ijucdion. thanks to the r-preentitlve of political and limiriclnl privilege anil even, 1 am orrv to aiu'. to a proportion of Judicial ollicri. We nine In net mil experience. had thl kind of government wnn-n the preldenr uphold In runny parts of our country, and It nun not been satisfactory experiment. Thi. chief nresent adherent or in . president, gentlemen like Senator rif Senator Oalllnger, Mr. Itarnes. Mr. McKlltley, Mr. Tawuey iiml their associate, are precisely the men who. under Ihe president theory wnuM be. they to a certain degree already are, the "representative purl' of the people which govern the rest . nf th neonli find which doc not really represent them at all. hut nils rent-ram la them. The president! scheme would be a government of the people, for the people:, hy the bosses, and It would make llltle difference to the people whether the bouse acted throiiah bo-etriirollcd legislature, ot through boas-nominated mid prlv. lb e-rldden court. "Aa iigulnut thia theory of govern ment we adhere to the theory act forth hy UhcoIii, V'i hold thiit nil the people are to govern Htcmsclve .by choosing some of their number, Lot to govern thcrrtr lit the ene of xullng thwm, hot to manage their gov ernment for tlimii a they themselves "lleorea. . i V ' "Thl la n fundamental difference, "which captains why lii so nuiny mat tera the iiroKrvaatvea do mil feel that the "orealiletit. hoWevef good hla In llmtlona, mill properly represent them. . "In thl fuhiry itftifllct between human rlnhta und the rlKhta of prlv llette maatiueradliiK ua property rlKhta, do fretjiiently arlae, und auch conlllcta are pceurrlnif at this jireaetil time. In these conflict We put the man Hhove the dollar and we lire un affected hy thit poaltlon of thoao who. aa we think, tinwlaely leer at tia for taking auch a poHltloti." Mr. Itooaevelt reiterated hla now well-known orsunienla of the rlRhi or lh people to recall declalon of the atate eourta. declurliiff that In no other K'tiKllKh-apeaklriK country, or In Krum or Oentmny, Wer Judnea xHei, auch power aa In the American aliilc court, "Jteitieniher, ulwa, that I nin not apeaklnu; of widlnary j-HMca (.kf Jimllre lietween mrtn and iioin. I an) hot auk in that the rt'tiieily he applied to tho federal court. 1 urn api'itkititf; only to the power that within 11m In.: century have heen aaHtimed hy Ameri can atittu eourta. "When J duniinoned the, Kovernor of thu auite tit the coiiaei viu Ion run Krri ut VnlilliKton," aald the col onel,"! hoped 1ti ln-nlfl movement that tvould ku o aieadily, not merely for the eonset'viitloB of our material lifsomcea, lurt fr the hetlermctit ot i-ondltlon of life In the op'1'' rountry. The Movt.rniiicnt I'lilinot, with Wladom, lonaer remain anpltir In thla matter. Titer inUKt he an inmieiiHe liicreiiae In the lil'olecllve and dlati llititlonal efficiency if our farmoia. "Hy t i-operatioii and hy Improve fuent In the htialnca mclhoda Keiicrnl- ly a well aa Improvement In the actual work of tlllltiK the aoll and In the rllmlnutlon of iihcIck middlemen. It will, 1 am certain, he ponalhln for thu farmer to net more out or hi., farm than ho at present tteta, while endcrliiK It more valuable, and m the aatne time eiiahllnK Ihe ai-tual totinuiner In (ret Ihe proline of Ihe farm at leaa coal, ao ua to work u llmlniitloti In the coat of llvlna." At hi nom liiaion or the tncetltiK f'olofie) 'KooHrvell went to the rail way station to hoard u truln for Uo ton. itwM:vn.T MviM i r ".it .mi a "mji ami: Portland. Me.. March 23,J.iwla J. " A Physician's Report on Tuberculosis Medicine "lltx uwfl Kikuitn Altmtlf In rrrral raava of tutirrulr lnl f tli hnk, IIU trllat mult ry thu. la onr raw it wl ut '0. for tn lrl put oa It only until ht rould ar rtu, i tat ir(tt. (nd In (hart tlnif iipcratlua net omlMt. I iiptxaM fnut record r Pitt flu mt old Ton kau mf fait It la It '' ICvkmta Alteratli I fff-tl In otb r (oraa. Hd what Mr UarTla air litabo Kalla. Idaho. "Oetitl'it): I ha alol twtuly t , ouda alnro last r'otiruarr and my Itahy U la ptrfort baaltb Mb la now four loath old I bav hrrm waitm alnra ah born to o bow I would get aloof I am bow doing all mr woik. fear hoo rer atnro ah w four wrk 14. and I am imlllT lnln I do at roufb or rl mrlhln at all. I feriltv tar Ion trnahlp I rurMt." ilned amtarlti M K M II tiaRVIN Noto-Mra (iarrl I tb inoihrr of rldldrta Eekouan Altrnttn I flTwlt In Rr faltl. Aalhm. liar Korrr: Thn.nt and ltn TiontiU and In utittalldia ttt taunt. lo not rotttaln potaona, ,lnt- r ha tilt forniing drua. Auk fur tMikl-t f curtt rniMi ttl writ to fittltnfl fo!ort,rr. I'htiadleltl. Pa.. fir m,,te l 4 b, r or al by ll lrdtng drnlata aud Atvarado I'ha'mnoy and Highland I'harmarjr In Alhuquarqu. -4 -" " 1 1 !! Just Arrived . A Supply of the Morning Journal ! Dictionaries ; If you have been waiting for one. come early, as the supply is limited. 1 Marshall, who Wan passing circular about the city accusing Colonel ftoOsc- vdt of not giving him a Xiiiarc deal win taken Into custody thl afternoon and detained lit the police atatioti until the colonel had left for HokIoii Marshall ku Id he had no Intention of harming the former prealdctit. MINN STRONGLY CHARGES HITCHCOCK WITH SMOOTH GAME "No Delegate Ought to Speak for Democracy of Nebraska Unlesst He , Can Carry Out Spirit of Instructions," ' " ; Hy Mornln Jonrnul Howlal Tatcd Wlra.l Uncoln, 'Neh March H3. When questioned tohlKht ti to whether (Vlr, llryan wiahed to make reply to United Htatea Henator Hitchcock' atiiteuit-nt today ri-Kfirdlni? the poaltlon taken hy Mr. Hryan on flovcrnor Ilfirmoti'a prcaldcntliil candidacy, tho followlnH waa Riven out at Knlrvlew; "No dcleuale oiiKht to Kieak for thu democracy of Nehruaka iiiiIchh In) can carry out the aplrlt aa well a thu letter of tho Inatriictloii. If th democracy of Nehruaka favor Mr, llai'Miiiu it oiiy.ht to he repreaenled hy delegate who cuu aupport him not only conaclenl lotiNly hut with cn thualiiam. Mr, Hryiin cannot aupor( him In the convention on any conill lloua. Mr. Hitchcock la enili'iivorliiK to prevent any cfi-oieratlon hetwectt two proKliHalVe ciindldalea Mr. W'll non and Mr. t'lark with a view to KcciirtiiK not a majority hut u plural ity for Mr. Harmon und If tin can do llil he will ko to llaltlmore und ally hiniHcir with Ihe plutocratic inllucnce that are ultciiiptliiK lo forco Mr. Harmon upon the paHy." ti.AitK roiici wwr no t OMI'ltllMISl; W i l li VII MI luualiii. Nch., March 211. 1'here will tin toi lie-up In NcbraHku helweeit Woodrow Wllaon mid I'hniiip ('lurk, candldalea for tho democratic preai dciitliil nomination, accordiiiK to a r.latemeiit made toiilaht hy Arthur Mullen, Hpcalu-r t'lark'a Nehraaku tiianiiHcr, "Kpeaker t'lark want to win on hi merit and not hecdiiae of any Weak lie of III opponent," declared Mr. Mullen. ';Ncliraka t t'tnrk ie;m maic territory and he I the one man who can unite the faction of th: party In thia state. "All overture from the WIIon nd hcroiil for a cllvlalun of the deleKn tlon hae heen and will lie turnad down. Speaker t'lark'a failure to carry Ihl alale can he connldered only ua a repudiation of hi i-ontcresHlonal record and the aiiiearane Indicate Ihl NehruakH demoi rat aipreclte this fact." E BOASTS OLDEST BANK IN First National There Has Beei Controlled by S. A, Jones Al most fiom Time of Its Or ganization. lorlal rorrtwawadeaiw I Morntwg Jwrutl Melii.H... N. M.. March L'2. The I'liM .National lmik, of Melrtt. in now the tihleat liank in furry eountv. i wtnu lo Ihe riiei-mn of the ' Texlco National wilh a t'lovl hank, and the la.t ullicial ca mitiatiiiii tdiowe.l It i in.- el Hi.- I., mi in th alale.' The Mctti,,- illt ll lit Kill Ii:ih licctl pl'chl-d or In S. A. .loin iilnioNt fiom tlx Inc. -( t ion. rt, Hi.it it I now utile t adiertl-e iiclf a lein the oldeat tti the colllllv olid hailllir l,tell for Hl enr under ntie maiiaaemelit two I Icxfiiil of wht.-h the bank official I ; were very proud until the oilier day, , bct-Hllse of Ihe fatoralile t-itlpMI'toll I llli-v llldli-ali-d Willi respect to young, r ahil inure cbatiCcablc Institutions. Now, however, Hume legend ceiil . culliliiutiptiice by the lde of the ib-vi liitatinn of the hank examiner that I then- I not it bank In the slat in )v b Iti r condillon than this one. I tl It .wits fil l. Till- WWT. lill-' fllll NCSMlh M. Tll lliwr Ilk,' I Isilli-- I in re While Mcn-tsrlntl I He. I.V i IjiIIi-' t.i-l llla.-k llima-, Willi hwl- In legan nnd k- .... IV trille lal ttiMt-H-an lli-ni.lt I tie ItM I Jack It, in hum h. pink. Jack, j Willie Mint Ha He HmUt and I ixitH-Mi -H Wrenlli" IV folt-t. .lk. tili-t Iiim' tti it 1 I. ti, Iimim'Ii l;U- tit tir We arc showing a im-u ami ttll-lt line of Irilaxl-.' nod t till. Into Mine. wit.- to Sl.3.1 jtmb- hti of Mat-cui-TlttM or - -ft i ll noli, hi ( tx-vi-t I uii-r a. Ml ItraMiro. ami t ot.ililiutlMtft t r- 1 OttrT lxl Skirl. opb-IKllil mail-rial. nMil trl.iti.M-il: t-wi-tt t.l SI.Mt nil-: M Tf III Sottih llr ttm1. 1 1 Irfiitie white ! low. Jim tw-re uit blenched lU.mier, 4ut M'ttl pOtlas llilllia, ill HARMON DELEGATION MELRUS CURRY COUNTY HEROES OF MAINE LAID TO REST OFFICIAL WASHINGTON ATTENDS CEREMONIES Last Sad Rites Attending In terment of Bones of Sixty Seven Marines -Resurrected from Wrecked Battleship. llr Morning ,1oarnal imm- Iiaavd Wire.) WaahlnKton, March 23. The Amer ican nation today wrote the final chupter of the traxedy of the hottle- shlp Maine and paid It full meaure of trlhute to the heroea who were aucrltlced on the altar of patrlotlam fourteen year nun, and with a wealth of kuntlment the bone of Rixty-aeven unidentified dead, rcBurrected from the harhor of Havana, were consigned to th noil of Arlington National cem etery to he mingled with the duat of the country' hallowed dead. President Taft and hla cabinet, hoth houae of contrreaa, and all the other official of the government, aet asld ti.elr dot lea and did homage to the dead- Although rain began to fall earl in the afternoon, I'realdent Tall and hla entourage made their way tu the cemetery atitl remained barehead ed in the downpour until the lat coffin had heen lowered. Iteforo the service at the grave a solemn acrvice waa held on tnu xoutli front of the Htute, War and Navy htilldlnu. Thl win attended by the preaident and vice preldcnt, t'hlcf Juatlce White and hla aaaoclate on Ihe Hiiprcmc bench, member of both liotiHea of congrea, all officer of both branches of the military service and member of the diplomatic corps. ThouHand thronged the streets of the capital as the funerul cortege pro ceeded. AH hUHinea In the city waa ailHpemled. Tho crowd were greater than tiny known here except on In auguration day. The coffins had heen removed from tho Bcout c-rttlaer Birmingham at the navy yard ut noon amid much cere mony and eacorted to thn scene of the flrat ceremiMilal at the Htute, War and Navy building. - I'realdent Taft occupied a chair In the center of the eaplanade. On hi right Hie Cii lam mlniater at. tin lua left was Hear Admiral t'harle It. HIkhIh-c, who wii captain of the old Maine, and Hear Admiral Kichard Witinwrlght, who was executive offi cer of the Ill-fated hlp. Itolh bowed their head when Father Chldwlck. chaplain of the old Maine, recounted the Rcene that attended the (IfHtruc tlon of the veaael. t'huplain Bayard of the navy offered pravcr and then f'hapluln t'hldwlck spoke from a full heart. Ilefore him hi retch eil a cortugn that contained all that waa mortal of the men to whom he had udniltilHtered aplrltually mijra thun foiit'teen year ago, J 1 1m i eye were wet when he began. "Kor the alii of a new people and the advancement and glory of our own country," he Raid, "theae heroe gave up tholr live: thia aucrlllce that we see before lis will mu.de. Today we thank tlod we sent forth our soldier, not with vengeance in their hearts, hut with the feeling of humanity unu JiiHtlce to right the wrong. I "We have pluce no reponlhllity for the tragedy and thank tlod for that. We wiah everything good for tho nation with which we now are at peace and whose prosperity we dewlre Nevert helcaa, Ihe ship waa an altar and the men who perlahed, u ucr- llce." A till a rp patter of hull began to fall when President Taft, hareheaded walked to the front of the platform. He did not try to shield himself from the storm and waved liable the proffer of an umbrella. The great crowd of i-ltlxena, hedged in by the mllltury. heard him III repectful aiK-nce. "It I well that we Mhould halt the w heels of government and stay the hum of Industry," said the president in hia addi-cMH, "to take time to note hy appropriate ceremony the debt wo owe those who gave up their live for Ihe nution. W raised the hip from the muddy bottom of Havana harhor, and gave her remains honorable burial In the blue water of the ocean. We now coiiHlgn to the altered soil ol Arlington the recovered bones of those who gave the Maine her per sonality and mad her a living weapon Inr the protection of national honor and vital IntereHts." .Seldom In the hlftory of Ihl coun try has there been planned a higher iriliiile to Ihe memory of any man or men than that for the sixty-four dead iil the Maine. Co crnmint hunlnes tin WanhltiKton waa practically u- ' .. I... .. ......i.... i i.a....t l -iiwi-ii mi -i mut (i.iK-r. I rrmuriH Taft, most of the member of hi cnl Inet, the highest officers of the army, the navy and the marin corps, oificial of the department and tha representative of many foreign pow er participated In the rxerctnea. Over the government buildings flax hung at half mast, while congress adjourn ed fur the day. The lamming of min ute guns and the tramp of soldiery added the touch of military pomp and circumstance. IteKlnnlng with the removal of the dead front the l ulled States ship lllr nunKhain. which brought them up from Havana, and ending with the a11"; of three volley of iiiimketry over the new-made graves across the Potomac, the celeiilony wn delned to show all Ihe honor and rcpect lo the martyr of the doomed battlehlp. The spin ker who faced the crowd In the plana behind the navy buildings were only three. Prelilent Tuft. Father Chldwlck. chaplain of the Maine when the explim.iiii of February C. IsitH, sent her lo the Imitom, and Chapl.tin Hit yard. I'. S. N. The Marine band, the show band of Washington, was chosen to give the solemn music for the desd and an army battery stationed near the Washington monument was leclel to fire the twent -one-iiin salute a the - Teutonics at the navy building end -d nnd the quiet ittarvh to Arllllg tnii was ts-Riin. Conspicuous among th ttfflelsls fur whom reservation had lmn made just Inhind ITetude.it Tft on the i. .a of ihe big sranlle Itulldiiig w pre Kiar Adiiilral Charles It. Silee, ho i Miiiniatnl -it the Maine at the time of the explosion. Hear Admiral lllchard Watnn right. lieutenant Itoyd and Medical Itirector I- ti. llenelrger. dfici-r umb r him at the time. For Admiral m-wey and Lieutenant 5etierl Nelson A. Mllift. the ranking "fficern t-f the navy and armr, spe iii I tilacra had t-een t aside. Itor ing the memorial exen-lsea arrange hient had Is-rn made for the tolling f th "ISul Uevere" hell of All tVitil's I'nltarhtn t-hurrh. which ha ' Imvu tuli4 at tha biadali vf pml- BY JATION dent, admirals, general and other prominent men. To Rear Admiral Bradley A. Flak had been ' assigned command of the parade, and behind him were placed first an escort of poll, e. a. detachment of troops from Fort Meyer, the Ma rine band, a squadron of cavalry and the first battalion of engineer. The naval escort comprised a bat tallon of murines, two battalions of seamen, the naval band and the Pi met of Columbia naval mllltlii. Just ahead of-the thirty-four army cais sons hearing the leaden casket, were placed Chaplain Hayard and Father Chldwlck, and Just behind the flag draped coffins the. pall bearer, from Ihe navy, the honorary pall bearers from the United Hpaijlah War Veter ans, and forty-elihi body hearer. The place at the head of tha mourn ers wa riven to President Taft. In the White Houae automobile his secretary, Churlea I). Hillea, and his naval aide, Lieutenant Tlmmons, also had scats. The president's personal ecnrt wa a troop of cavalry and the line be hind his automobile Included th.i sec retary of war, the secretary of the navy, the assistant secretary of the navy, officer of the Maine, aide to the secretary of the navy, chiefs of the war and navy departments and the major general eommandnnt of tho marine corpa. Over the grave In Arlington the almple exercises included burial ser vices by Chaplain Itayard and Father Chldwlck. With the firing of three volleys of musketry by a company of marines, a national salute of twenty - one gun from an army battery in the cemetery and the sounding of tho plaintive call of tups, the dead were given to the earth. When the president had concluded the Hlght Kev. V. K. Anderson pro nounced th benediction, the artillery men on their horses, saluting. The crowd was uncovered. The soleminza tion then . was transferred to Arling ton cemetery across the Potomac. The long line of cavalry, artillery. Infantry, scammi and marines march ed the six miles from Washington to tho Virginia burying ground to .the strains of dirges nnd funeral marches. One by one the coffin were lifted1 from the guri carriage und borne to tho open grave on n wind-swept hilt overlooking the Potomac. In the cen ter of the waiting grave mood the old nnchor tif the Maine. The bones of the unidentified heroe today were consigned to earth with those whose name were known. ( As each casket was lowered into the earth one of the "Jackie" who bore It, remained at the head of the grave with the star apttnvlcd union jack in hi bunds, thu trailing end covering- the coffin beneath. Kventuul ly the entire plot wa studded with sailor standing bareheaded in the rain. When the lust casket had heen low ered and the flowers, almost knee deep beside the grave, had heen ar ranged, the chaplain read the Kplsco pul ervlce for the dead. He wa fol lowed by Maurice Simmons, com mander In chief of the United Mates War Veterans, ho paid a tribute to the loynlty and sacrifice of the dead. Three member -if. the order then came forward iinfl took up their sta tion teide an open grave. The firt cat upon . the coffin k Hprlg of ever green. In behulf ofthe united Spanish War Veterans," lie aid, "this ever green la placed upon thl casket, olio for all, nnd i eiblemttlo of the un dying love which u country owe to its defenders, and the affection that we, n comrades, -feel for their menii ory." The second veteran plnced upon the casket u white rose, which hi declar ed wa Indicative of the life herenfter of those who died In defense of the flag. The third placed a small I'nlted State flag besldi the other symbol. "Let thl flag i of our country,"' he mild, "which our comrade faithfully served and defended, remain with the comrades whose mortal remains are enclosed In this casket, one , for all and for nil time." The bandH broke out Into a dirge, which was stilled only when a sharp order rang out and the firing squad came forward at the double-quick. There was u clatter of equipment a the men made ready. "Fire!" called the officer In com mand, and a rattle of muketry broke the t lllnes of the afternoon: a sec ond and a third volley following. A the squad fell baclt lu their places in the line a navy bugler, standing IichIiIh on of the open pit that held the bon of the patriots of the Maine, sounded Ihe melancholy melody of "Tops." When the last note had died tha flrat crashing note of the guns at the fort was heard and twenty-one times It was repeated. Then the president and the mutl tude. the curious und those who came to pay homage made their way back to the capital. MINIMUM WAGE BILL IS NOT EFFECTIVE English Strike Situation Looked Upon with Gravest Appre hension Unless Agreement is Reached. (By Moralag Jonraal Special tsaeal Wln1 London. March 23. The govern ment minimum wage bill, a It stands, will not settle the coal strike. That is now admitted on all sides. There fore, with the gravest anxiety the country nwutt the result of the Joint conference of coal owners and min ers on Monday. The miners' leaders have consented to waive their district schedule which, heretofore they have maintained as the only basin of a set tlement which they would accept, tint they wl Insist upon their demand for the file and two shilling mini mum. The government adheres to Its re fusal I" employ1 these rates In the hill. If the owners agree to concede thl demand. It Is the general opinion th.it the strike will le speedily wi ll. .I. If they do not It will make little difTeireiic whether the Mil in .t present nhape Is passed u- withdarmn. Itil or mi kill, the men remain with tho minimum demand and unsatis fied and the strike continues. Previous Joint conference which were attended by ttieniWr of the cabinet resulted In an almolute dead lock. Sine, then both sides have been nuhtected to the pressure of public opinion and great financial loss with the prospect ihst the government will driven to resort to drastic meas ure to end the Intolerable situation. That thewe consideration have brought tha dvspitant to a more reasonable and more cncilltri iianta vf mind, is ideal. fJAL NEED NOT HAVE Indigestion, Dyspepsia, . Gas and All Stomach Distress i'ti n . rt.'.i ' i ! i-- fi. uo rive iviinuies Aixer Taking a Little Diapepsin, Every family here .ought, to keep some Diapepsin In the house, a any one of you may have an attack of In digestion or Stomach troubla at any time, day or night.' ' . . . : Thia harmless preparation will di gest anything you eat and overcome a distressed, out-of-order stomach five minute afterward. , '" If your meal don't temjjt you, or what little you do eat seem to fill you, or lay like a lump of lead In your stomach, or If you have heart burn, that is a sign of 'indigestion. Ask your Pharmacist for a BO-cent case of Pape' Diapepsin, and take a little just aa oon a you can. There will be no sour rising, no belching of undigested food mixed with acid, no stomach gas or heartburn, fullness or heavy feeling in the stomach. Nau sea, Debilitating Headache, Dizziness or Intestinal griping. Thl will all go. ana, nesiaea, there will ba no sour food left over In the stomach to poison your breath with nauseous odors. Pape'g Diapepsin Is a certain cure for out-of-order stomach, because it prevent fermentation and take hold of your food and digest It Just the same a If your stomach wasn't there. Belief In five minute from all stom ach misery is at your drug store, waiting for you. These large CO-cent cases of Pape'a Diapepsin contain more than sufficient to cure any case of Dyspepsia, Indiges tion or any other Stomach trouble. f MORE FATHERS IN, THE HOME IS "Marriage Will Come to be Re garded as a Sacred Calling to Which Few Are Chosen," Says One of Oldest Mothers, I By Morning Journal HdptIiiI Leaaed Wtra.1 St. Lou In, March 23. More fathers In the home, was nt vised today1 ' by Mrs. E. It. Weeks, of Kansas City, lit the convention of tho national con gress ot mothers. She is a vice pres ident of the congress. "We have heard much," Mr. Week suld, "of woman' place In the home. Well, man's place la also In the home and he must not be a stranger In the home or he cannot advise his wife If she docs not under stand her problems." Mrs. Harriett A. McLellan. of At lanta, Georgia, a great grandmother and mother of one of the founders ot the congress, said she did not believe all women are tuude for mother and she did not think that they all should marry. "Marriage is becoming rurer now," she declared. "It used to be a stigma for women to remain unmarried. Now It is a distinction In some cases. Mar riage will come to be regarded as a sacred calling to which few are chosen." , When you have rheumatism In your foot or Instep apply Chamberlain' Liniment and you will get quick re lief. It cost but a quarter. Whf lufferT Kor sals by .ll druggists. IT, NEGRO HUNG BY MOB FOR MURDER OF OFFICER Fort Smith. Ark., March 23. A mob broke Into the cl.y Jail here to night and seized an unidentified ne gro who - had previously shot and probably fatally wounded Deputy Constable Andrew Carr. The negro was dragged through the principal businesn streets in town to the front of a hotel and hanged to a telephone pole. Five hundred men were in the mob. After trying to batter down a steel door with a telephone pole, members of the mob tore the bars from a win dow of the prison and. soon thereafter had the negro. He prayed for hi life, as he was dragged through the streets anil to thcitcle phone, pole used lor a gallows. The mob dispersed Immediately after the negro wn strung tip and quiet wa restored a noon as his body was cut down. The police did not attempt tu In terfere with the molt. PltnPOSAI.8 FOR ItltICK HOS PITAL HUILDINH. m-partmrnt of the Interior. Office of Indian Affair Washington, n. C, Feb. i. 112 Sealed proposals, plainly marked on the outside of the sealed envelope: "Proposal for Prick Hospital, Miapii Indian School, Arizona," and addressed tu the Commissioner ' Indian Affair. Washington, D. C. will lie received at the Indian orrice until 2 o clock p. m.. April 21. 112. for the erection of brick hospital building at the Moo,ui Indian School. Arizona, in strict ac cordance -with the plan, specifics lion and Instructions to bidder. which may be examined-at this office, the office of the Supfrvisor of Con struction. Ienver. Colorado, the of fices of the Ituilder anil Contractor, Iia Angeles, California, the Arizona Gaaette. Phoenix, Arizona, and the Morning Journal, Albuquerque. New Mexico, the U. S. Indian Warehouse t Chicago. HI.. St. Lout. Mo., and San Krani-isro. Cal.. the ltulldenc and Tmil-r' Exchange at 81. Paul. Minn., and Omaha, Nebr and at the school. For further Information, apply lo the Superintendent of the Moqul Indian School, Keanta Canon, Arizona. C. F. Hsuke, Acting Commissioner. Mar. ll .t-i-ll-Apr. 2-4-7 JOUR READERS BAD STOMACHS ADVISED Succeos vs. Failure , , excesses, IndiSilretl ons or dissipations, nature will nsnert herself and every ether "bodily and mental function suffers. Are you one of these? Jn your present condition are you competent to hold a responsible position? 'Can you rely upon yourself? While it I unfortunate' to be in this condition t is worse to allow tho trouble to. insidiously progress, all the l(me becoming more chronic, aggravated ; and ie4p seated! 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INTERNATIONAL SPECIALISTS (Established Hammctt lilw-k, 112 Mesa Ave.,' ; TAFT AND ROOSEVELT IN TEXAS DELEGATE FIGHT Houston, 'Tox., March 23. ll. C. MucGrtgor, Texas campaign manager for President Tuft, today replied to the Roosevelt charge that the Taft forces are using the newspapers of Texas u, an effort to force federal ol I iceholdi-m In line lor the president. After de claring that Cecil A. Lyon, Hoosovclt leader in Texas, had solicited con tributions Irom federal np,point.ees, the Taft manager says: "Theie are S.IIOO federal office holders in Texas, I ha luijk of whom I do notjknow, and not wishing them to be influenced bv such methods, I used the newspif pers to notify the loyal Taft people they could assert t It t j r Independence and not suffer therefrom, if 1 bad any inliucnce that would prevent It. ' ' "There is nothing new about the proposition that the state chairman (Mr. Lyon) has been building up an organisation with the patronage nnd I merely wanted the people .of Texas to know that he no longer IioIiIh it." THE HANIiON TENT STOVK PIPK IN OPEH ATIO.N. Don 't Mutilate Your Tent-Buy the "Hanlon" If your dealer doe not handle tliein, e will send Prepaid, any where lit the United State upon tho receipt of $1.00. F. P. CANFIELD COMPANY, Inc. ALBUQUKUeUK. NEW MEXICO ' '- EAL Tli Neai tho Htoreit-iip Aleoholie poio.i tn the Hrstrui that ran? 3ww thl appetite, anil whrn o.iee the sh-oliolie xiliiniii I 1 1 AM eliminated the appetite la gone. ;uei. while t the Sr J IiiMtitute, enjoy all the comfort. irlva,v Hint eon ten leiices of a Ib-Ht-cIa home, i-luh aaj or hotel. Nituie r never divulged. 'or I JlxMf X particular write WfcfcfcHiWIlfc neaL INSTITUTE. SUM. 2ad St. AthnurwK. H. . Wtfll mt tat l aHth , .o- - BMi 1 1 1 itmLll-jK . ll 9 Aa) ) 'a ! rttk mwm w - m. aaa ' T r Dtettaaary Miertea twhleh (Uk castration la 1- L. 1 ..... uuuu in nti i ump utMiarx, nexitkta, Ram pew n goa a back and aide, printed on Bibla paper, wita red edg anJ corners rounded : beaut ifol. strocur. Beawdca IW I IOW 1 1 ,i"r rrneral rontmti u ad crrer 400 lubiect thracnlcar plates, natneroaa subjects 1"' m rwo coaorv, ana tne rtcaent at this office ia eotecuti XJM It I etlr Mm m ta HOB kook. cs- ttj rae tile ot k4 - whack i a hmU Irathm. mh oli IT.. ( and I M 81c v i MIIIIMMMMMMMHMMMM imilllHllllM One cannot hope to crr suc cess, either commercially or so cially, if their ."physical and mental health I Impaired. Fail ure lit business Is due In the majority of Instance to jack of physical energy. You can't be a half man physically and a whole oho - otherwise. "A chain is nu stronger than it weakest link."' Uporil ithe' es sential elements of r'ntaiihood depend, the hajipine ,f mar tial life, success In the business world and the perpetuity of our race and wheneve one' health ta Imnuireri .Virrancrh li.nn. - - jfeiiuiaiiui;. T-lvo Vcnrs.) CONDITIONS NORMAL IN"V NEBRASKA' PENJTENTIARV . Lincoln,' 'NVIi., March 2'3. Vfondl. lions it the Nebraska penitcullary hnve so nearly reached the., normal that Govi rnor Aldrich toilay gave orders permitting the withdrawal uf tho company of .state irillhiu, stationed there 'the day of the outbreak, ami Ad.iutaht General Phelps and the last man li lt the prison this evening. The departure followed the return of Charles Miuli-y lo bis cell ..after ho had been brought to the city and given a hoiiriiiR in the county court on the charge of killing Warden liel ahunty and Ouurd Heilman. Morley pleaded nut guilty and was hiiunil over to the district court without ball. The same i! imposition was made uf Hartford Heed, who . is accused of complicity In the killing by Albert Prince of Deputy Warden Davis. I teed was taken to the county jail. - 1 Try a Journal Want Ad, Results ItlNfJ WINDOW AND VENTILATOrt ,.',",,. EJ Paso, Texa. LIQUOR HABIT Treatment neutralize and eliminates ll th torel-up alcoholic puiaiinbig iu the system. V hen thl I ilone the ilrinker I in toe Home pii.vffieni ni iii'-m-ni ititluo that lie wa in befor tie ever had a drink, for ll l J SI, 191. adtrertiaemcnt dsewher ta this iaaoe) , - . 1 1 described cbewbert liter are mm besut ihdbr Olmtnied b - by monotone. 16 ptgea of j tatr united tate Ceasoa. oo- XJ Dictvoaaarr miiput aaal rjaat V9C S am Uw Ifaw f Tbe $2.00 iltaJlJ?-i tt-S wsTi.mr 2 -TI, . ZJ New rr. hm Bwra Yl lltl-j kxmm. kst 1 l KIC1 MATT III i I ft r4 ate- IBwmwaWri Jt-SLr;l 48c tl