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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, MONDAY, MARCH 25, 1912.
Cyclone Ornamen tal Fence It In more artistic, more ornamental anil stronger thnti oilier. Cost lens than you think, t'ome in today and let u show yo,i I.OM-; I ;X( ,K aNdaT4. Raabe & Mauger, ' I ' II.VII7 North l'lrt Klrocl. that bin lqlun practically ns ' nred mid be himself fell confident .!, Slur'ilav'i. bullet n oil III I nt llllll ........ .1,- 1 Ill 1lH.,llmlnlllM ,t when the vol on Kntunlay allowed Inn ircngth had dwindled ti twetity-lhr.e can hardly be appreciated ly those H'ho wire not with him " observe It. Ir now develop that tin- HrllcloiM .lr.ir.uth ,iltlavrd l-v Krtll Friday was simply another aportlve trick of tin wily il'imum Jn lh Irilercst of hi candidate Andrew ami that Full. w iiln.nl hla knowledge or consent, wa almplv lent a few or Ihe reserve An drew Kil-, , .which lluisinrt h!il farmed out to various favorite im. V When the legislature firm met, the Andrew forces were eager Tor a cau cus and mad every effort to assemble lltf republican rucinbin for that pur tutor, lull III Mill" people WW hr and declined to hind thcuisch e tn ' rauru action. Andrew tit tluil time, and It la sold even now, could control ,noiigh vole to dominate a caucus. It . wa afler thla fuel became apparent i the J.nua people, It I auid, thai ..they resolved - upon taking drastic measure Willi the fmir m.mber imw tmdrr chargea of bribery In th house. They rnasorufd Hint . Andrew -a cauco SHenglh- rtiliMi four would weaken II ao much aa t render ll at l''iit vcr precarious. i-The liana alluck. It I aid, wa also ll blow alined at All- rajWs. ,;.'v;, !!';'." To auch s. liana have the regular re publics loaders com..' that they km IndulKln In violent ii- iliiiliiiiilnnn and -eh faction t charalnB thi other with huvliif; )lr,,l,'',,l Ihe tnrty and wiped "Milt a ttt timjorlly in the leKlala'turo, That a aerlea of arave tdnndera hnn lifen mte ,y th leadera In the ut Week l now admllted mid 111 refill! of each blunder hna heen (llaiiHiruiia. f The manner in w hleh the cane or the w four men under ehnraea of lu lliery 1a handled, vlenrd from a party luiidpiilnt, la mm' mild to have heet: i a inlatukc. Whatever tho qiieatlnii of ItlM'lr unlit or Innoeemm, the (ml re- inatna that the repntdleariH have loal four votes In tho leulaltilnre and li Jaeema now ut If thime four volea onld b aorely needed. In addition to lhe l of tne votea It la not to lie denied that the trapping of the men ' In tha manner In hli li It tvna done, haa left a feelinv of anreiM'aa wllh many of the HpiiiilHli-Aiinricniin mid the attack upon Speaker llio n, fullou . Init o clow upon the h. ela of their arreat, haa eompletely prodne'd it feel Inn amotiK the Hpaiilah-Anii i'li atia thut tha Luna lender ar ettlilug In elliii inata them from the polltlnil tnnp. It la well within the lioiimla of proli abllltPa that hefore tiiiinv diia, a Iw ran niitnlier of Hiiiiiilali-Ainerlritiia of InflUelliM who have heretofore luetl reaHnleil aa orKanUiitlon nu-n, le IouiiiI openly lit the pii'nn hI v rnnkn nd .the jolul htilloi uf tuniuiTow tuny how aotii.i MtirorlalnK eliiiiixea In the niitorlai situation. , 'The reault of their o n 'blunders mated a rent denioriilly.iitlnn In the t.umi ranka. hut the hitInh! of v(.i Maillnei on the around and the fuel that he haa licen in l onaultn' Ion ipilet ly ami ii noel n t n 1 1 iihI v with a niiiiili r of republic mi nieniliera haa tliloti the I. una foreea Into a pittile Hint Ik al inoat roiil. That Marllnea la the lioaey nan of he repuhlleaM pnrty, no one who haa heen here for the peat few ilaya ean doiild. The iiiohI iilianrd rn tiuiia aa to aenatoilnl loinliliotttiina, If they are Put laiaeil upon Mnrtluea, are rueelved with credulity hy the republi can liiidera and tlo v Imve Keen In a iieeeaaluii of fliurlea ever alnee hla arrival, EMPEROR OF GERMANY ON VISIT TO ITALY Vi nice, March H. Kmpcror Wil liam of Hi i iniitiy, ai oiiiim nled U 1'rlmexa Victoria Loulae and I'lincr find I'rlnccaa AmtiiHt.. William, ar med hele today and wet a feeeivfii at the Hiitli.il hy Hi,. innor, the pre feet and other nuthorltlca, the k n eral ainhaMwdor and muny m n 1 1 im of the li'l'llinn coImiiv A areal i rowd nn the emperor an ovation and Hie iipplmiae ami i herr ing eonlltiiied h 11 aloim Hi,, route to the HohetiaoluM-ii. Il.illnn Vlaa tn-li-l'liillialed with the ' Hoi ha ' of the Herman. The i-miii rur. w ho cnine lu re from Vienna, where he am-nt yedterdiiy with Kiniieror Krana Jomph at He huenl'l llllll ciiMtle. will meet Klllk' 'lclor Kmiiiiiiiucl. who Ih now on It Im way to Venice. Ill laud nml I nled laii licil. Wilolnir. out, .Mull ll SI. Jo. Hylnnd. f N'cw Yolk "lid ISudy I'l- holx, the liner fiKhter. nr.- I ' i -d "fi ln rliihl rounda el the Wlnd"ii .Mhlitl, i lull Wednea.l,i lilahl. 'I'll men are lluhtw luhta., -Wrttit Waaf" lor I lion iHf-aili'. l.mw.11. Ma-a . Man-It 2 1 - T eiii etnoiiMnl i M-r.niv. etoplow'd In hcvi ii 1ulll hire will l.e nr. hi.. I n In Jjt feaae In weaea. miniKlnit (loot al ti. jeveu M-r tent. touiorriw. T WiKt ArrivpH W 4 A Supply of the ! Morning Journal Dictionaries If you have been waiting for one, come early, as I the supply is limited. i DEPORTATION OF UNDESIRABLES PROTESTED Socialits of Seattle Rally to Aid of Two Russians Alleged to be Anarchists and Ex-Convicts, (Ilr Moralai Jmiraul Htieelid ImiH-d Wire. Pent He, Mulch ;M.lteaoiiilloiia pn- lealltnf unaltiat tho esportiitlun to Kua-jthlH Hla of I'eltnl KiiKali ii II (1 Vualllu l,l' h utofl'.. held hy the KoverniTient at T.l comu (hurtled with belmt anari'hlata, tvi't'H adopted lit a mi'Ha nieellnif of Moclullata ut lireuinliind imvlllon todny. I'rlor to the mcetlriK the aorhtllHta piiraded the down-town with only one flu k, the red luiiiuer of aoclulUut, dis played ut the head of tho column. Kiiiimi and UchutolT who, their ilu Icndera deelnre, are Jtuaalit aoclallHls ,i nml not iinarciiiata, cued pen iroiu iliilckallver minea In Hlherla titul made their way to Tiicomu, where they were arreated ami ordered deported, The aovernmeiit eoutendx that one uf the men entered American territory ell a fulMe pUMHport anil that both ol them borrowed the money iieceaaiii's' to K'ifn iiiliiiiltiince. The Hocliillata aa net'l that Hie i li u i n ami Hint the men were trumped up lit the IiimI Ikh tiiui uf the lluaalan Kovcrn incut ao they would be aent buck to Slberlu lo aerve the !ellteuceM llllioMed for iolltlcnl activity. The rexolullona dciiiiindliiK their releaae will be aent tu i'onnreaa liuin Iclor llel'Ker, w ho hua iilreudv exerted hlmaclr In their behiill'. A ( idlcctlon of $1011 wiiM In ken up nt the meetlna to provide a defenKe'l'iiiul for the refuxeea. PROGRESSIVES IN y Determined to Continue Their Fight for Opportunity to Ex press Preferential Choice for President, , ll Murnlnii J'liirnul Speil.il I riifi-d Mini.) Helena, Mont,, March i'4. Monlunn pt'nci ciolvc 1 1 publli ans nr I today lo , mi 1 1 1 1 in- the fluht fur ii pr sldentlnl preference primary throiiuh dliiin of the various county tlollM. The projrei-slves chili the me- I irKiinlza- , I colllrol d lis ehe of the tliirl -one county or u ii til?., it Ions III Hie Ktate mid plan to have the county commute conlrolleil by I hem order primaries at w hich each Miter Mill be asked to ilislunate Ills first and second choice for the pri-Hhli ntlul nomlnaliun. It Is proposed In have the county commille -s adopt mica which ulll bind the deli-HUtcs li the stale couvelitlull In abide by the mil of the uia.lorltv of the voters In the respective ciiuiiileH. Th primaries .ire tu be culled fur early d itcs. lieoiKe I'urr. president of the, republican pruareKHive li-.iaiie, IhsuimI a call toiluv for a slat- tmihs meetlnit 10 lie held In Helena mi April 1'. for the purpose d "uroiodnu pi'oK l'esal " eiilhiiNtastii and of tb-iH)ii't waxs and menus fur the overthrow of th" Tint much inc." The pruri-SMh es ih-llt-illu il Iml I i' the a ppm l I ii i ii nl as lixed by the state couiiiitttee at Its mei'ltnu bint niKhi : 11 In n It lb lib il the it'ipicst d Kciiaini iou, iiinli.ifi' r of the I ioi'fev ill cam- J P ili-n tor a si.iic-ulilc pr, .-l.b nilal in if. in in 1 inbiiiirv. Tall siipiioi lets I iliilin Hu ll xliliiry In Hie i iimiiiil'i i I lol-l'f- IKIS tile plol'llbli' ill icit of run . d Stales S.-nalnr luvnii lu ll he ; . nines up lot iuiiiitii.it ton bi-Tnre 111 lla te I nil cllt II ill. KNOX CONCLUDES HIS VISIT TO VENEZUELA I 'arm a. March 2 4.- fllllsh marked tile last i lilt of the A, m i Ii iiii slate. Ml Knox and bii '. li. im Inn i-.iptt.il. Th A Mhirlwliul dav or the secretary of party, to th-' will leavo tomorrow fur I1 The secretary n rtn 1',,1'cllii tlov e i his morning In Ho- Tei-1-li ncc nf ilu- tort tiillellll t.ltcoM, win Ir Ii lailied. II,. had llltlchc Anictlian Miu!i-ter, 1-1 1 1 ii ll the Iclrall.ill. Thcle Im i h nt till- hlppi.iil linn- Ii ci-pt loll ,ill, l-a 11 H ell I I, .tin I ut III,- Mil,, I 'l.n. lull minister, imis en t tr oll with the It Nollhcntl. was ift tal and Inter bv rr-sulenl H pllllll AVIATOR SOARS THREE MILES OUT IN PACIFIC S in Mii-nt. , M l-l .Ut-. i i,.t-.i H K. r. h ;l Inn M Kt ani.- iiirniu mil r Val.' thr t. '.hi t irvHl .1 tt'l h'-r l'rith-r. tllll. P out Ii pit U I'titfO i. Vii- Kl-u- It. inn . II I Hii. Ih. l ilt !'il"t. h. im on Ills U ,mh, rt v f i- M-,t a? r, mn t 1 tim r ..n im i.i.l .tie i.i t .-ittr h. i. huh nt-.iv tht t ti.lmi t k 'mi t It. tu iti. 1 lit tllic'r-.t 4 h.ni ,1.1.' thf w.. I'l-4), Im- V 1 m .1. . W hi I hIm 4-n .-r I he trip. I in m mii.il Get a free $1.50 photo cou pon with a Journrl want ad. MONTANA DEMAND M BRYAN CALLED ON TO MAKE GOOD E, M-. Moore, Manager for Har ' mon, Addresses Open Letter to Nebraskan, Asking Pointed Questions, Ittt Morulas Jotiraal Mirlal leased fVlraJ ColiimlniH, ii March 24. Trior to hla ilepurtilro for Xelimaka tonlitht, K. II. Moore, mummer of the Ohio Kur il on cernmlaii. a-ive out an op -n let ter to V. J. llryan, In which he calla upon tho latter for proof of lualiiua- jtlona thut "liovernor Harmon la the candidate of Wall alreet Intereala," and iilao aaka Mr, llryan to cxphiln tho fact thut liovernor Woodrow Wllion. "whom you are aupportinu: la wallow ing in u in in ni li fund, the alze of which, accordliiK lo Killtor Henry ' Watt .'raon, hua not been aeen aliu e the ilaya of Henntor Hunna." Mr. Moore expecta to apelid aevenil days thla week In N'oliraaku In the In tereat of liovernor liiiriuon. Mr. Moore'a letter any In purl: "Thla mornltiK'a preaa iiuotea you art! churiflnK (hut Covertmr Harliion la u candidate of the Mill and Miiikuii Interefta. "May I Impiire how you roeoncllB chiiiKe with the thoroughly known and Kohertilly udmllled fuel that the amount of money expend. -d in further mice of Mr. Wllaon'H cu ndldii'-v exci'eda In the HKKreifute the exienill turea of nil the other en nuionti . . . ... the paat year your chihIIiIiiI hua cur ried on and la atlll ciirrylnx on u pu! llclty cu n i jut lull Hint Iiim coat n lor tuue. , "That aoiuewhere there hua heen found ti fund aufflcletil to procure 'iourna llata' to pollute new Hpiipera and miiKuzinea with fnlachooda eoucernlliK I liovernor Harmon and hla public ca reer and to flood thla and other atutea with literature In prnlae of your can didate and In defamation of others. "Iio you not think that your own reputation for fair deallna deiiianda that you Khould kKo Home concrete illualrntloti lo Jiiatlly your oft repeat ed charite thut 'Hiirmon la a reaction ary and a tool of Wall atreet ." " The teller declare that Harmon, aa Kiivernor, Utile ileacrvea lo he termed it tool of the Intcreata when he hum brought about leulalnllon that "hna ahlfteU the burden from I he ahouldera of the farmer and aniiill home owner, to tli one of the Intereala and other rich tax tliiilK'"r," EMBARGO ON DYNAMITE EFFECTS MEXICO MINES NoKnlea, Ariz., March 24. Thou aamla of men employed In the minea and HinellcrM In Mouorn. Mexico, will he thrown out of work unless the eiubiiriMi tillic ) on dynamite by Pres ident Tuffs proclamation, la removed wllhln 111'' next ten days, acordlnx to lorwardlnf asctils for these companies In XoKUles. The embargo has caused the nr i u in 1 1 1 ii t Ii n of dynamite, fuse and cups at all of the principal lionb-r jiorts. Th nviTimi' monthly eporlK of d.Miainlte from Ari.oiin ports amount tu :ue nan iioiinils. w hile the meriiKc at i:l I'uso la sou, nuo pounds. ,LA FOLLETTE ADMIRERS BUSY IN CALIFORNIA fan l riindseo, March 24. Support ers of l.aKollelte will meet In this clly tomorrow ami, It Is believed, will iititiniiiiee Ihelr stale ticket for the nrcsldcrtlal prlninrv. A niessiiKe from ii,,nser. l.n Kollelte nntionul nomn.T nun public here today an Id : "We licked them to a f rii'..le 'In v.irt h Imkot.i and must repeat In Cal ifornia. Redouble your effort, we ut " i-otnliiv lo help. ISely on l.a Kol lelte. I.i Is make II two to on.' In 1'nlHornla. The people's lluht. This Is mil a sleel trust year." Tliirl-Hii Thoiisiiml to SI I'll e. rriiKiie. Austria. March 2 4. The mini rs lu the Ailsslu district have re solved to call a ' lieral strike Tues day. Thlrly-alx thousand men will be affected. T Only a Few Dollars Was the Price This Georgia Lady Paid for Relief from Sickness, Trouble and Worry. Macon, ,1a "I never knew wh.it happiness was." writes Mrs. I". V. As per. ofi thla place, "for I was always sick, and on 1 1 ' I.i in i ii V, and made my self unhappy and ethers as well. All Is different now. And when I think alsiut il, this ch.inm- to happi ness wanii'l so h.trd to accomplish. all-r all, HUd olily ,-i.st me the price of a few tHittles ,,f t'ardul, the voiotin's Ionic. Kor eliihl ytars I suffered with fe male troubles of Hie niiist awlul kind. At tiiiii-H, I thought I would iro craKi. Hint I was er- w nk. I'.ut sun-' I h.iie In u inklua I'nr- tiit. I feel as Well MS I i-UT did III HIV lite I'ardul anrclv i-urd no-, and I shall lleler Itre nf sinuliiu Its praise. I am so i hn nk fill for what It has lone f..r Inc." AH women suff r. at limes, from Italll Mllll Lti'Hklll-M Mlttl ua m reanll I ale unhnppx. If oii are a woman. oii neel. at sin h tiM.es, what nil women need, a toliie I 'ardni. the w oman s tnlr. I'aldul .ids on the suae of the trouble. r. p.i doing, il h Ips to make you ell. T.'k.- .""Htiiul for h-alth and happi nesa Vmi will n--r regret tt V ll Write I aitiiV .IU-r dNH, ltaiiaii.aa .Mcliaiiar '.. ("liat I laiHMifca. l. aii.. I.r s-al laMrar . llonv. ami l.acr !. "Ilinnr Ilra-ainM-ni for imM-n," M-nl In plain ' rapto r, i n-tU4-M. i E HAPPINESS CHEAPLY BOUGH PUBLIC BEGINNING TO REALIZE ITS (Contltiiicil From l'li-t 1'iiKi'.) lo stand the HkIU of publicity. An ciiual number of worthv Inatttutlona huvo tiiudo ureal advances. Jn lexal education there Is an Im provement In Instruction and an In creasing emphasis on better standards by authoritative bodies like the Amer ican liar association, but poor achoola still turn out three times aa many lawyers aa the country needs, and one hulf of our states have no adequate educational requirement lor admission to the bar. The miscarriage of Jus tice, Hie law's delays, the cost of llti Katlon, public disregard of law, and disrespect for the Judiciary, all pro ceed In no sninll decree from this multiplication of lll-trulued lawyer. The bur Is peculiarly icriionsible, since it alone of all professions practically fixes Its own requirements for admis sion to practice. In theological -edui'iilli'ii the report points out a hitherto unnoticed in i reuse In attendance since the recoif-niz.-ri decline which termliiuled . In ISU.'i. A study of Hie UiVendunee in theological semlnailes disproves the claim that denominational col. l-ci'i are the chief source from which undents enter the seminaries. In the colleges themselves there Is noted u genuine gain In religious education, one to a decline In the severity of both doctrinal teaching and scientific opposition, anil to n new emphasis on the f linilamentitls of religious faith and living. Politics atlll play a luixc pitrt In the appointment and dismissal of state university hoard, presidents and professors, and In lobbying for legis lative funds, Public criticism of re cent action of thla sort In Kentucky and Oklahoma, however, indicates 1 movement toward a more careful constitution of govenlng hoard a. The Influence of organized uMlmnl ulao needs to be more carefully directed, so thut Instead of insisting on low tilhli tic Ideals as recently In Michi gan and Alabama, It shull become a lenl educational Influence. In general, the sense of public, obli gation to the cause of education ap pears to be Htl'uuKCT r,d more wide spread than ever, hut the time has plainly come when prlviite and local Initiative need more guidance from the point of view of the state and . of the nation. Kdticntlon Is the most important Interest in tiny mu;.., ..nil la nowhere so Important as In a na tion In which every citizen assume full political responsibility. The endowment September 20, mil, amounted to $ 1 2, 1 2'l,il0l), comprising Mr. t'arnegles original gilt of 110, t'Dl). IKHI In 1901), an accumuliitlon from Income of 1 1, 1 2,1,0(1(1, and I I, Ittli), lioo received in lull as the first Installment of Mr. Carnegie's addi tional gift uf I5,iioii,0oi) in 1 !!(. .. i f lite Income of $.".fti),l)0i) for the yenr 1 H 1 0-1 HI 1, $."i2li.()nu was expend ed In retiring allowances and pensions, $.'lt,liii(l In general administration, and Id. 0(10 In educational publica tion. Fifteen recipients of allowances die I during the year. Including Pro fessors llowdlch, uf Harvard, I'orson, of Cornell. Harrison, of Virginia, ami March, of I jilayelle. Thirty-one re tiring allowances and seventeen wid ow's pensions were granted during the year, Increasing the number in force to 373, the average annual pay ment being tl.tilll, and the total dis tribution to date $1,7411.000. All of the new allowance were grunted to I'lisnns connected with Institutions that are on Hie accepted list of the foundation, other allowances proving Inexpedient us expenditure has ap proximated the Income and as the accepted list has enlarged. This list now Includes seventy-two universities, college and schools of technology, the 1'nlvcrslty of Virginia having been added during the year. The presidents of I larval',) univer sity, Indiana university and Vussnr colh un were elected to mem belsh li In the hoard of twenty-live trustee. which Is composed of university and college pre.-lilenls and financiers. No grant having been made under this rule permitting allowance to presi dent and other administrative offi cers alter twenly-flve years of service terminating before the age of sixty five, the trustees rescinded It and es tablished a new rule, under which the Inundation will continue to a profes sor when he reaches idxty-rive. mi ul low a nee begun by hla ow n Institution at the expiration nt twenty-live years of professorial acnlccs or thirty year as Instructor and profeisnr. E MAY READ OFF GOAL STRIKE Such a Move May Prevent a Walk-Out of 450,000 Men and Provide Means of Com promising Dispute. Hr Morula JmhuI ftiwrlal IniH lr 1 Cleveland. Mutch 24. A crisis In the ti.,l Miuatton determining whether more ihun l.'.o.eiui miner- tin- M tounnou and anthracite fields shall strike on April 1. or suspend until llew wage agreements can he l-l fecle.l, I elie. c, Ibis week. Member f the executive board and polli v committer of the I'nlled Mine Worker nf Aniertcw. began to arrUe lod.iy to prepare to drw up rifiottti iidHtinii for a relerendiim ote by the union. Tlu-v will not -i, hnwew-r. until atter the bituminous reprcw iit.n u of western IVnnl- a ilia, iiio, lndiaii:i and llluio t their m fcu.n on Tuesday with the ip-.-ratois. nut tiin h an agreement. The union ottta ial are in doubt if a compromise ran be reachi-d at thc r- fer' tolum ie. but If u h rcsu,'. ran It reached II would have muvH lo ib in nei unni' for Hi, unit --aciie miner a m-IIH-mi'tit of their llflf .-elict-s, Tr a Journal Want Ad. Results OBLIGATION TO EDUCATION REFERENDUM VOT INVESTIGATIONS I HAVE OCCUPIED Since' Democrats Came Into Control of House Last Spring They Have Fathered Numer ous Inquiries, Ilr Morning Journal Rpeelal leased Wire. Washington, Mmch 24, Sineo the democrats came Into control of the house last spring thla litis been tin In vestigating; coheres. Tile ateel Inquiry hn leen under way nearly u your and may close this week. ' The report, which probably will made by May, will be a series of rec omiueudatloiiH. tine of them is al most certain to ho tlmt large corpora tions, such as the I'nited (States Steel Corporation spiould not own or control common carriers. Tho inquiry Into the sugar refining company closed some days ago and while the report recomiocndod no legislation the data collected was used hy democratic leaders in framing tho free sugar hill which has passed tho house and Is now up to the enute. Investigations Into the "Money trust" and the shipping combine nre ubout to get under way. The inquiry Into the shipping com bine hy the committee, on merchant marine, probably, will begin within a week. The rules committee this week Will take up conditions nt the Lawrence mills strike, which were the subject of public hearings recently, find Itiiiy order an Inquiry Into the American Woolen Company' affairs, CONGRESS ien i ompanj s aiiairs. icimiic uauoimi ci resolution proposing an inve'tl-3aH , l'-ltiuipre in of tho hasebull trust will,- if coniilHon and , A gallon taken up by tho rule committee this week. The general feeling 1 that it will be reported adversely. Of till those standing committee that have heen Investigating govern ment departments since hist summer, hone haa made a report. The war department committee'. Investigation of alleged political activities. of. Major 11. H. Hay, is Mllll In progress. The state department committee, headed by Representative Hamlin, of Missouri, is planning recommenda tion to change the department' uys tem of accounting. An Inquiry Into the Indian bureau is to be conducted by the interior de partment committee, headed by Rep resentative Graham, of Illinois. . Kenutor Stephenson's case will cotue In the senate tomorrow and will be discussed until Wednesday. Ills sup porter claim a safe majority for him. Senator Lurlmer'a case comes to uj vote before the special investigating committee on Wednesday. His up porters make no prediction as to the outcome before the senate. Leader of the parlies are making efforts to adjourn congress before the national convention. In the house June 10 hus been tentatively set us the date for which the leader aim. Senate leaders are co-operating in .his. ll.VI K At UK ALMOST L'XHEAK Aitl.K la an almost certain result of kidney trouble. 1). Toomey, tt03 E. Olive St. Kloomlngton. 111., uy: 'l uffered with backache and pains In my kid ney which were almost unbearable. I gave Foley Kidney Pill a good trial, and they done wonder for me. To day, I can do a hard day' work and not feel the effects." J. H. O'Riellj Co., Local Agent. ALLETlAlARE STILL AT LARGE Youngest of Outlaws Appears to Have Escaped, While Oth ers Are Surrounded and Their Capture isi Certain, ' ltr MornlBg JuMnwl ftperl! la4 Wlr. lialnx, Vn.. March 24. Claude Sw anion Allen, the 22-year-old son of I'loyd Allen, and one of those In dicted fur the llillsvllle court house murders, has cleanly eluded nil pur suers, but his uncle Slilna Allen and cousins Wesley Kdward and Prlel Allen, are mi closely pressed on th" south side of the Plue Ridge that they probably will be captured within tliree day. This Information came today from leaders In the hunt for the gang. I'laude Allen, who once attended a milltarv school ut Raleigh. X. C. and knows more of the outside world than the average mountaineer, tt wa learned today look a pocketful of gold from the family cash drawer on the night of the tragedy, put on his best clothes mid vanished on horseback be yond the North ,'aiolin.i line. Hope of tin. ling h I in in the inoiint.tin re gion has been abandoned. Not so. however, with the ihree other outlaws, who are dodging about 111 Ihe crevice of ihe I '.I lie Ridge Ih--tween here and Mount Airy. ;. C. They have been seen at a distance. "I hope they Will KiVr Ihi-niHelves up; they had better do it for the have no chance at all." ., the (iun iiient of Sidna Kdward. likewise in dicted lor murder and who wa taken today for sxfe keeping lo the Unwnhe J.iil w hi re he )"ine, his uncle. 4'.iv, Allen: his cousin b-tor Allen and hi chum. Itr.l Marion, all In. in ted lol enmplicitv in the uairi house shoot in., Kdwards was brought here from IlillfVille und.r a hum guard, f rom fiflv mile around the .rowd g-.-,ih-ril at the railroad stations In i-:iii h .i gllmee of the pi Issuers. Ther had n ilitTirtiliv, for Kilward prjii-ii-l hi hro.td shoobieni throuirh the train window end waved lo h croup, not a few of w honi w, re frlendi or rela tives. Th re wa m plaimlv fntr in the lo miiA however, when llenrv Ai-r.. n .-itusin. attiretl in the bine iinilorm ., an otiw-er f Ihe i-f, e.il al.ird the train at livllntxv. 1 tu-, hMik hnd nd reerdi-, m-li other In s.P-n.e lor a mvno nt. IN MOUNTAINS BALTIMORE HOTEL RATES MUST BE .E Secretary Urey Woodson of Democratic National Com mittee Makes Public Letter - Touching on Subject, I Br Marnier Jon runt nreliil .rimed Wtrr.1 Owensboro, Ky., March 24. Prey Woodson, aecr'lary of the democra tic national committee, today made public a copy of a letter he has sent to Robert Crnln, chairman of the con vention committee of P.altimoro, re garding hotel rates at I'altimore dur ing the democratic national conven- he Hon. I In his letter to Chairman Cain, Sec retary Woodson quotes from letters from many members of the democra tic committee who approve his efforts t,ai'(-ure lower rates. Secretary Woodson also sends n photographic' copy of the agreement that the proprietor of tho leadintr ho tels In Haltimore are alleged to have signed and forwarded to the national committee, pledging themselves nut to arise rates if Haltimore secured the convention. The proffered rate of the hotels of St. Louis and' Chicago are sent also to Mr. Crnln, showing thut the hotel proprietors in these cities, announced their rates and agreed not to raise them if 'given the convention. Mr, Woodson In the lePer to Mr. Crain, which is written under date of March IS, says in, part: i"X see in tho nowsini pcrs today a dls'piitih from Haltimore. saying thut the executive committee of the demo cratic nntionul committee hn Invcstl- hotel rates for the (included that under the circumstances they are reasonable , and fair. ' "The adoption by your citizen's or ) inizatiiill of the name of Hit demo cratic mtlinun! committee may mislead Into the belief that the executive com mittee or sub-committee of the dem ocratic national committee has made this investigation and rendered this verdict which, as you know, is not true. "The action of your committee makes It therefore necessary that 1 should send you. as well as give to the press, excerpts from a large number nf the letters from members of the national committee showing Just how they feel they have been mistreated by Ihe Haltimore hotel. Xot on". member of the committee has sa.u these rates were reasonable or just. "Only about three of them have suggested that as we have had to submit to this thing In the past wo had w ell Submit to It grai-efrilly. You will see from the letters I send you that there is fight in many of these gentlemen. "1 am quite - willing to submit Ihe mutter to the delegate and alternates and others who expect to attend the KnUmore convention on the facts and figures 1 have presented." i it. The "Child's Welfare" movement haa challenged the attention of thoughtful people everywhere. Mothers are na tural supporters, and will find In Foley's Honey and Tar Compound a most valuable Bid. Coughs and colds that unchecked lead to croup, bron chitis and pneumonia yield quickly to the healing and soothing qualities of Foley's Honev and Tar Compound. J IL O'Uielly Co., Local Agent. STORM DELAYS TRAINS IN KANSAS SEVERAL HOURS YESTERDAY After serious danger of a traffic lle-up, with later contradictory ndvltV had been given out regarding the snow sltuatlon between Newton and Dodge City, Kun., Saturday night, the beauti ful yesterday delayed No. 9 lor seven and half hours, so that this train will not arrive here until this morning. Trul fie that wa late lust night report ed s on the move along, with no danger of further delay from snow. N'o. 812 was about an hour late in arriving here' last night, due to an engine failure at Isleta. MEAL 3 Day J l I rnHllTlPnT iWi 4th I m tmm mttum. mttm IM aa. r mt WhIimtt ln KXTKUmB Haw). 444.t W mm.- mm mm T :l-- -- - ESN y s aM afc n m m i'"Ms" ii r " " 1 i If .. . ' v 1 Vy5" I MARCH 2. II8 J j 4JLI Cm iMtihattnt-.nniam&vTitueaeat claewkcn lathi issac) Z WEBSTESS vXM,a1 ln Limp Lcvher, flexibU. tumpr4 hi goid Ii J mm-. M bark and a.d t, printed oa Bible paper, vita red edge 4M I UlmmUmtm.4 n4 omen rounded i HCTIOKAST1' frBcral content 9 and Awr Aol .,,1 - - plate, numrrrxu iubi-cts X 4ftcMt M this o&c sis CMaraim i "a. i vuai i9 an ww umn. na im aati. I iupli it vtt a 1 1 I fn, ,j , . a! I Sal aaaaa aaw, S4X m L:- . ha k it m CAUSE FOR ALARM .oss of AiiiM-tite or HUtrcsi After Kutliig a Symptom I iinl. Humid Xot ISC IHsicani'tretl; tt- Appetite Is Just a natural desire for food. Loss of appetite or atonvnh dlHtrea al ter eutins indicate Jndiw's tlon or dyspepsia. t)v.jr-eatlng l a huldt very dangeroua to a. peraun' good general health. 4 It la not what yott cat but what you digest and assimilate that does you good. Some o( ihe strongest, heaviest and healthl -st person . ure moderate enters. There Js nothing thut will .ri4je more trouble than a diBordewd stuiu- nch, and many people daily contract crlus maladies pimply thrdfrjih dis regard or abuse of (he siotniioli. . W s urge all in Alltuquilpqii nrlio suffer Mom any wtomai"ti"ckui,nge tnent, indigestion, or dyspepsia, w hether acute or, chronic, 'to" it j Hex nil Dyspepsia Tablets, w ifh ,;bhe dis tinct understanding thnjt viv(ft!lll re fund their money wilhoiit- out'stlon. or formality, If after r-'usonn bio use of this medicine, they j are not perfectly satisfied with, the, resultf!. We reiom mend them to our customers every day, and have yet to hear of any one who has not been benefited by them. We honestly bcPeve them to be with-' out equal. They give very, prompt re lief, aiding to neutralize the gastric juices, strengthen the digestive or gans, to regulate the liowcla. and thus to promote perf- ct nutrition, and era dicate all unhealthy symptoms. We uege you to try a 2'ie. box of Hi xall Dyspepsia Tablets, which gives 15 days' treatment. At the end of thnt time, your money will be return ed to you if you are not .satlyfi.'d. of course, in chronic cases lenirth of treatment varies. For such cubcs, we have two larger sizes, which sell for fiOc. and $1.00. Remember, you can obtain K- xall Itcniedi a in this com munity only at cur More The Itexull Store. The J. It. O iMelly Co, Comparative Statistics Prove Increased Tendency Toward Diversification in Manufac turing, (Ilr Morning Journal Special Leaned Wire.) Washington, .March 24.- An in creased tendency toward diversifica tion In manufacturing' industries in the I'nited States was shown in a re port by federal officials wim nave compiled statistics of the relative im portance of manufacturing industries. The. statistics cover the ten year per iod ending with I 9 Oil and were collect ed by the census bureau. The report on the qiiestiou says that less important Industries of the country showed greater percentages of Increase during the period- than .ttui ..uru.. Jiiipuriaut nn.jn. iiy, far the highest percentage of increase was noted in the automobile industry. Kx eeptlonally largo Increases -were cred ited to the copper, tin and sheet and lion Industries. Large decreases in the average number of wage earners was shown, in the lion asd steel, blast lurnacL', sugar and molasses industries. The manufacturing Industries of the United States employ as wage earner 6,(1 1 5. 04 6 . people or almost 14 per cent of tho total popula tion; the value of the product of the industries Is $20, 1172,052,000 and the value added by their manufacture is $8. 530, 201, 000. The slaughtering and" meat packing industry ranks first in gross value of product with $l,37O,5t;x,000; sec ond Is foundry and machine shops with product valued at $1,228,474, (100; third, lumber and timber pro ducts with $l,15t,12!t.OOO; fourth, iron and steel, steel works and rolling mills with $!tx5,72S,liiic, and filth, flour mills and gilst mill products wllh $8X3,084,000. Get one of Gray's best $1.50 photos free with a Journal want ad. RAPID GROWTH IN AUTO INDUSTRY ISSH01 LIQUOR HABIT ThpSil Treatment neutralize anil etimtn'iH nil Ih lore! up niVntiolic iMiwnin in tho syim. When HiIn i done the itrinker t in the Kinif hyirii! and imntl con illtmn thnt h w In tie fore be ever had ti drink, for it i the Mtitreil-up iilcohdlic poiton in the ivf-tern tlmt rnuse- this uppetite, and when once the nliMihidii Hiitiiiiir rliiuinuted the Hptetite t trtie, linenis. while at the Neal Inwtituie. enjoy all tht comfort, privacy Mtut fiinvriii.'iH'et. of a first Jioni. hit or hotel. Name- are nevrr divulged. For inrt.-iililr write NEALINSTlTUTE.su H. 24 St. AIMutif.H. M. tm4 - - - i t v ; beautiful. Krone aVarahlaV. Besides TI a described eUrwben tbr an aaap ft ,. k-...,:!!- m. 1 L 4M by asncKitone, I ptfr oi I i nit il Dixtt - Mattrr pu-m mmd tim 9oC S larp uiina smei t-H a ti nt S2.00 witmn iMi alav Mvvl XAsTT Im at pin sa fca. mj a, -aa to rala. aw I am aa a j mH"tJ Jm' rj ml Km tat- I r i ar 1 - ' ' oaridSU8c