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It, i THE ALCUQUERQUE CODING JOURNAL THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1912. An TT , " is ggfl , "Fence V dtt dUHl iHHIHIllllllllim tt-'i awaka jf torn I , Iwww aad add m f ... . - . .-. -. "rl 170HK 0,'J nillinmnll -sc::-Tif cttim jo sculptess-, TIED UP By mm 4 i i I vti i' t feHaUf lo lu alw f. Cretan Ornamental Fence, to more artistic, ttrwiger than other, le than vou think, M you CVCLONK FKNC'K AMMiATiA IIS-III Sortii first stir,. 'l American Coasel Kdawrd i make an Inieeiln.tion of the K I'aao i jr rUiwH, I 'on .-I li-.u ns, arrest d by . th rebels in Juare. telegraphed to. - consul insist npoit Ihe American'! j relets if he found the captite was llnr Illegally b I1 .'.CtMIM II n ItolTtli ItM'.U. l MltHO KTATKWK.XT, lelc riiy, Aurll . A statement i , jthorised by th president tnlhi Was lu the effect that b riers I Villa ' , ha ctnplelcty rwuled the ret.l .m I ' d-r (Jenetal t'iix ir I'mml, . ap luring itu ranrwll. it; r.i.eis jre j , said to be retreating toward Jimm-i with the fe.b-r.if in pursuit 31 ' LUMBER DEALERS UNDER GOVERNMENT PROBE l"'lftburh. April S. The govern- , . f wienl Intesthmtion here Into tht '.t ' humm-m method of lhr Knatern ' Htnie !.i.n,i., !'fi.i i Aatiitli'. - ri.nriu.l.d M)t. ti;,-, Th inquiry Witt be renm d In Willi msport, Pa., tomorrow. K. II. lue.ck arid W, W. Vosl.urirh, I-al luniU-r a-t,U'ru, ttirif.) r'l.- tl-a (hut th- Tivt iifd thf HARAHAN'S DEATH CAUSED BY RAILROAD EMPLOYES Wahlnirt. Airll f.four rall- ruud rin j, l., mi ar , hld rnmi.l.. t"r Kfi'mumlj mk un ib Jilt- VfH' HtM4 f funuHty t: hkk iimm-4 iti j(th r J. T, lUr- ahan an4 wthcr mtfhU In a i , ldit 'hr the I liitJ fi,it rvnunrrr coninilntlon Th:' ar KUNfiinn l!riwi l,.r. 'mi I i, '-.r iiralnanl, l:nliitxr Wrt hii, i,.. rath vw-rar Ht-MnoM-r. . .. . . I.lri kan -r MMi.twa IMuimh.., hl.o, A.fil I. A'hr th jnrt Md rWttMni th fr.irn h Jun-, arvutnonia m th ,.f V t'-'ih-r r y. a f.rr.i r atudiit aaalnat MIk Mri.n TM.t, tan ..f , iirn hi the I'nftrrait i.f fli1MK,,. ,fr lias.eH .,r alld aluniirr. wr", twaun it ihuhl th t wlil g U () Jury l.'nu.ir.iw. , . HI ! KnlM-. W. I't. ral.ut, April I,Th n -ia Vnii rt i,niiiii iiimi KtntTr .Mi ll- iih nn-(?i thtt (J.-riiinti In rtnnlah waiora In July. emperor mm KIOfJEYS FAIL v AllitiHTtiie P,H.,.h. IU -ni TlMU III ll.-alili I ..lion.. Iki jou aver feel iht you alirlply .ant to any furtherthat ,,u nui.i hae teat from tli.u Mi,, a, H(.,IIK l, kellef front the tonlant, dead red f.-eliim free.l,.m from thu vIhMiIuk, dartlna pallia? I.lkely your kidney are worn and tired and need help. The kidney work Mailt and way, removiioi urle aeld from Mood and other Mxt t reated the ...ii.iM.ii. i airenitlh and nery. vaiMrally a ur dauhlvt the dull. of iiiiiiniiiil at'tlvltv wf the kidney and in time the mm m eti-rally tell. l.Mn Kidney I'lll huve hrouaht new ain-nath t Ihouaund of lunl Iwi.-k and gill, k relief to Weakened i kl.lnen. u.-r my. ' 1-t theni do the aame for your. a. l-harle. ti'Malley. Til Main Ave., Fjiat I Veaaa. N. M., : "In l7 1 pul.lli ly re oitiuiended lon KUI nry l-ill and at tht time, 1 run ,r. r-tmrate the ytaleinent 1 then cava In their pialae. I have n further need ft a kidney iiie.ii.'iiie, aa the i-nre ef i fe.ted ha Leen permanent." Kor iile . all dealer rl.e f.O a , cent. Coeler Mllliiirn Cii., Iitiffalo, I New Turk, aole aaent for tha finted .Mle. . 1 Jtememher th nam lK.au'-and . take no ..I her. HHBSm-1 - ....J. j.j m j J. Maloy's HM1 l.lll I vi 3H- 111. lt I.I'M. inn itiiiit t Ho.. Vt 2V. l.ti.i: iii.i ijtici: I". i-a-j. Ilab llmt laniM'd I rail I V. -4 AfirktHa Nkl lklm I iiwm 4 ling ca.-trt- IVb-Ih- In tut dial ICoyal .tun tlo-nWa K.-.I ltil.-d llH-rrlea I ted IU.Ia-rrk- lUacklw-rrtea IUwtlHTl-B llaMaliaa inwa.4rw. A. J. Maloy PHONE 172. I 216 West Central Avenue ornamental and in today and Jet Raabe & Mauger. 4fl IIT CLOVIS MAKE I mi Hi Regular Army Officer Pays Men and UlllCerS Of L0m- pany There High Compliment at Official Inspection, T f flaorlal fwminMni ! Warae Jsaraal flovl. N. M., April I. Captain W. A. Nelaon. of the Twenly-foUrth I'nlted KtutMi Infantry, of firmer, wa here .-terdny t.j Inapei t the "T al mlitla, t'ompany K inade a fine ahow. Ina, In fa.-t. th lewit of any i-ompnny yet Inapevted l.y I'aplaln Neleon, In lh entire atate. There were forty-four men in ine rorniwny nnd they were all In fine trim. In addrln the men Captain N-laon aald In part: The reatilar army of the t'nhed Kfate la not vuffl. l.-ht to meet any etneraerify ahl.-h mlnht auddenly thruat upon urn. m, t.iuai de net. 1 on the mllllln, hem you fan e that I we have vert' vital Inlereat In o'i. and It la our aim lo do everything we ran for you. Iiacaiiav w may need you al any time, of roure are not arttl. Ipatlng any troiild with forelau pouera, hut coftiplU t!on Wa can neer 4ell ht we may lie called upon to titt-0 any day. from what I ae her. I feel ur ae oan depend on Company K In any eiii'-rgem j-. You huve fur lilalied tha lel turn out of any eom pany In the alale It hua iM-en mv I lu.nre In ln.e, i, And for your t'ti- ro .e .aeineiil, I ought aiau to aay thill you ,'ime the Ih'bI kept quarter.. I In. U-n ui.iuent and arm of any eim ;mh' 1 the aliMe jet Intipeeted. ' My fellow aoldiera three thlnua Hre ea. ..tu. to good ..l.ll.r : Klrt, di i-iplliie; aecond. iiillllni-y cotirteay: third, eaprlt de i-orpa. The I find ihlhit.-il In till company In a in t a k - ed iieile. Von aiicin to le here or liiiniu.K. Toil are attentive and -l lt;' enihiialnam." ' CapM.n IIIiimiI. Iii. ot the lo-.il -o n I'Mtjy, f.onded with an ldr of anjireeibHon, atntlng that the jrws id t'oi.ipat.y K waa tumefy due lo the f.ili)fH(i,... f the men in the rnnk Hti.l their wm.'nutii-aa to cooperate, ll tie elly elect Ion, held yeaterd ty the i' in . mile ticket mh elected hv I .( of i, .ore than two to one. Thi-t'c r.d u very great inlereat tiiken in the el. 1 1 in ii h enr l.ip.lv knew Jti.v It M'.lli' .o, Thi.ae elected at ye!er- dn' .I., linn are aa fiillowf: Mavo- It liiir': aldermen. Klral ward. K. C, l"hlli.ra; alilertiuin, Kecond ward, W. il. Iinioi; aldernii.n. Third ward. J i-k ilu.i; ulderuiHti. Kourth ward, tv U Towiiavnd, city clerk, C. C. Haker: city trenurer. It A. rtkarda. Th . new council hua declared for cuinmlMlon f..i hi of iinvernment for th" city aa miii a prm th aide. ROOSEVELT ITINERARY EOR ILLINOIS ARRANGED Chicago, April I. The Itinerary of iVI, ;o.Hvelt' cfunpiilgn tour of IllUml mn iiiiin.uiii . il tonight. Hlnrttng from Chlcugo Saiurday, l i.lo nel Itooaevelt will arrlv at Ho, k ford at la o'clo. k. lie will l.-ue gii hour later lor re. port t. lirlk ' iw.-nly minute and then proreed to IHtini, arriving at I oil,., k. hrem Uliun he Mill go to li Hulln and theme to I'otitiuc. The II alii will ni.,p Mt niiHiiiiiiigtoii for lorty-flve minute Im fine aUrtin for Hpiinaf leld. t'lluton Mill te f 11 Mt city tinted Mi.hil.i. lie I . he, I, il- I to ariive at I. 1.1 and then depart for le. atur, arriv ing nt II o'll.xk. Twenty mlnulei. will lie i nt al M, mil. ell,, .m.l an hour at 'hampalgii. He Mill end the lour al lHUllle, airlvlng al l M IH liX k. Afiir leaving I'utiville the colonel will i.-n,t thirty fixe minute, at Ki.rt W ) n, in, linn. i. Monday evening lentils .,i . is f..r I'll tl, trait, where In, Mtlf--arrive inrlv Tuealiv morn ing. --T - MONEY TRUST PROVES - WILL QUESTION BANKS Woshlnaton. Anrll 9. -.Vnllonal and Ulle Iwnks t the mi n. I., r of ih".-e ih..uai,d or more will Im. Inl.-rr -. ted .y the house ' lilonet trust" lll.j V.-slKatlll I i.lilll.m.- Till ii'tlMlUHl ( .1... hi. .i ..... m ..., . It I the purpose ,.f the cuiitlltl.e .. determine the nl-nl of cnlrid of (.tik ...el liiduatrui .a.rporatton. in st iM si.lt-a and like e'-ln rrn Notch COLLAR. iae.iu.ia.. e-taT a c Try a Journal Want Ad. Results! Industrial Workers of World Take Hand m Labor Troubles in Pacific Northwest and Pro pose to Extend Operations. M"1na Tmtl rmHmi Imm4 Win I j-.-aiu, April S. intr- in th Induatrlat . Wurkrra f ihr W-.rlil trik In thp I'.ulllc northwest, which liiw.lv e . raltrimd lalMirvra In lirltiah t'oluniiila and I4, mill wi.rkrm in auuthwratcrn Waahlnrt inner., j uxiay in tnr (-anudlan r vim-, where t wna reported that alrlkei imdera were preparing to e tend their operatlotia to th tiran I Trunk I1h-JH l'miirJ.il..H A ... i. 'n Canadian Northern la at a .land taiui. i' vera I humlred m,n who went rrm lh ruiint ruction i-anipa to Van .-ouver l.ft fr Seattle lorluy. They ar ll tKiulpped with money. It la re portpd that the InduatrlHl Worker leaner Intended to end them to flray'a Harl,r to take a hand In the fiaht aictilnat aawmlll ownera there who K.ilned the upper hunil ( de portlna; large niirnliera of foreiun la- l.orera who anawered the lull to mrlk The aouthweaiern Wanhlnirton atrlkera avured a point today when fulled rltalea UlHtriet Attortivy Kim.-.' K. Todd went liefore Ke.len.l Jiol-jp Hanaford and eaked dleiuli t.il of lh eharaea of aedltlon akalnxt lr. Her-. manJ-'- THua. the aked InduatrUI Workera' leader. Itlntrlrt Attorney TwJ told the eourt that the warrant wa not authorized ! hi offlee and that ha l.elleved the I'nlled Htatea hud no Jurladl. lion. ronie of the mill on Cray'a HarlMir are operating ahort handed. ."MMHM I A III MIVr.ltH im:mi iii.i: in tx)i. iiKi.irs. l'llta(.urgh. April . I 'nlon miner !ihr.,...h.,.,i u ..iurn i. .. ... . numherlna t.ttu. w ill remain I. lie in aionuay, April il. i nia ui.. llon wit reached today at the annual conven tion of lUnirlct No. t, I'nlted Mine Worker of America. At the uggctln of lilalrlcl I'revident Keehey. the poorly organized Jlercer-liiiller-Arin-alrong county field will he excepted, the men there continuing at work with the rompanlea paying the In creaaed wage. A propoaltl.in lo have the miner reaume work fiegt Wedntadny pcndlnu the r.-Kiilt of the referendum vote on the Cleveland wage Bcnle compromiae agreement, waa voted down UllHIll motiely. WIIIIHKIIS III-' WtHII.I A It V. nIK l TO W.I.K r'KO.M TOWN Hutita Ana, Cal.. April 3. According to Joe. Miller, one of the lender of tile Induairlal Worker of the World, l.uun men reported Idle In Khiikob City, 3D, (Mm in Hun Kiamlmo. and (houaunda In other cillea throughout the country will he Jirought to Hnu'li rn aiifornia ir neieaaury to en gage in the free apecch fight now on at Han I'leuii. toniant aome or the men were marched lo Caplalranu and annoumc'i they would remain there until joined liy in more, when all, a mil, In gin a march upon Hun Diego. The men were forced lo walk out of Hunla Ann hy officer who guarded all railroad Iralnn. 4itiiiin t-rni: i HAN IllWtlsttl. Hun 1-runla.o. April i -H Veru.l hundred in.-iiil.er of the IndiiKlrlal Worker of the World a-acmldcd down town and ma'ched to the Verii.i lluetia Bchool houae a, here Mayor J.iine Itolph, Jr., mid other iiienila-r of the illy government aliunde.! a liu-cilng iv dlsctiNB urr.ingeinenta for a 'idty l.eautlful" campaign. The men .,, they were going to dcinuiid an audience with the muyor. lut contented Ihemaelve making a lew B.ecch at a near l.y eirecl corn.-r an, I then iIIkI.uihI.-iI. i:i-i imon or iviii Kini i. MllltKr Its Ol' UOKI.O III t. I N e..in l.lego, t mi., April i, Tl)v ,i K. e. anted l.y volunteer, have l.egiin in earliest the eipulalon of the In nutrlal Worker of the World from Kan IMeg.i and declare Hint the work will continue until all have lo-eii a. nt away. Thirty men were lakt-n oul of the elty lonlghl ley the pofw un.i a ciilBen .ommlttee on train and In atitomohllea. They .-re car ried l.ryond thv coriH.rate liinlia and loUl to walk lu a direction away from Hun Idea... a guard remained to pre sent their return. A Boon aa II ttecaine known Mial the assistance of clllsens waa needed police headiwrtera and the conta oie a otii.-e were crowded with m.-n wining to volunteer. A poae wu soon made up and left for the county line Meinhura of the p.s. cnrrt.,1 Maftkeia and rtflea The IndustrUI Workera of the World thai remain In the . It v are hilling. WOMAN SMILES AS MAN GETS LIFE SENTENCE Itlllsl.oro. vMm., April . A dra ms tin ene wa enacted In the Jef ferson ..iiiniv elrcull rourt here day when J,eph H. I.II and Mm. Mr ;tlt. Ifunainr chsrge.1 Jointly ih the murder of Mra. Hiinnlngs km lnd met in the court room for t h flrwt time enr, Heidi was plated on trial. Heidi a trial had l-een conipletetl and he waa taken to the court room lo hear the Jurt a tct.ll.t shorilr after Mia, Hiinnlng had taken her pl.- in the prisoner dm k to en.leia-. trial. A h- waa led Into the mom Mrs. Ilunnlnaa etew met his In a Idsnh stare. The wey found BVe.ll guilty and pla.-ed hie punishment at lit Im prisonment. It was Iheaj that the niuaiir of the woman s f . e moiH. l-fwilttlng a faint smile. A " v ) Mrg. John U. Luke of Hlrmlngham, woman or that city, but I one of reason of her personal wit and charm. More than that, she Is a sculptress Of no mean ability. Among other products of Mrs. Luke's atudln 1 a hnat President Taft thHt deserve special ntenllon. it having met with tha approval of the original. The lady ursdaie of the i'nlted mates army. MERICA.J BANKER " ' ' y t George I. Ham ,08 Defunct In stitution Gets Twelve Years for Misappropriation of Funds and Fine of 1,000 Pesos, (Mr Morales Joaraal Special Leaned wire. Mexico lily, April il. tleorge 1. Mam, prexideiit of the defunct I'nl ted Htate Hanking I'limpuny, nun to day sentenced to twelve years Im prisonment on three luunla of the In dictment tigitliiHt Ii I in charging iiiIh appropiiution ol the fund of the In stitution. Hani ha Ihcii i-oiifliied in the. federal dlHtii. t pliaon sinc e the failure of the hunk In January. 191(1. Jn addition Hum ua ent.-ncel to pay a fine of l.Vuii ic,i.-. Tlu de fense it io-ulcd. The I'nlted State tlunkiiig Com puny wu alleged to he wrecked Through limit kitlni; opema.iiis with a l';iil pui-U'.iig ' , uicvrii iiivolving lllilliy inlllloli peso. W, K. Htavcrt. f Mult treat, was ap pointed receiver, 'le reictuly uulhor lied the pament of per cent of all claims against til,, bank. The trial h.ia caused great Inter- est throughout th.. republic l.ecuusu I of the nuiiil.ci- of liiicrcsl and liuli- j vlduals caught lu the simish. ! have licen hunipered In their hunt uy Hull wa denied under the .Mexican ,'fa.,t clues and trulls. They are certain law pi iiiIIiik: adjustment of the hunk j Alien and t-Mwarda have received ld. arialr and Ham has hern confined in j The posse put in another tinstii llelem, Molco's t.uiious prison, where Ic. srf u .lay Bi ourlnK the mountuiii he has Ix't ii allowed Bpeiiul pi i . ! ticket. The atrain told, however, on lieges. The Judge aiilioiiiiced In render ing the UcImoii that the rimllug was hot final but in lull l be modified mi ner ine law on iirtlier oii.-.ileratln i by him of tirgiimciiiH made lo.luy by attorneys for both sides. HUty days were allow.-.! for auvh further coiislileiiilbin of the ile, l on. The count on w hi. h limn was Sentenced were: me of obtaining money under falfc pretense from the Hank of Montreal, and two alleging breaches of trust In transactions wllh W. H. HimpBon and T. It. Crump. The, remaining eight counts were thrown out- HAGERMAN ELECTS NON-PARTISAN OFFICERS lefctl I sera ad... Marataaj Jeraal latke Arthur, -V M , April 1. In i th own election hold here test.rdi.y the following ticket we elected T. A. Htancliff. mator. Ir. I. i. Pate. t. W. M.. IS, . Heaaley and W. A. Itratlott. tiustc-a and H. C Xloraan, clerk. The new n.uii. il i non .artis..n In IH.Iitlca and I ...u,4.sed ot live, pr - reaeite buainew men who hs'.t- agreed lo keep in force the l.reaeol nrdinan.ts prohii.ii ,,i Ihe sale of ,n tonl. ants. llliBwda l-rlnihar, aoslulat.-. HprinafiH.I. III . . ,,rll J l'..ll.. i., f re the prei.-n, candi.l.tt.-a t be t.rfe.t a,aj April ltep.il.ll. an - W l;,j, T.,f, Th.-o.b.rr l.wn,i.- llolt rt St. Ij, Kotlett.-. I r mo. rati. beiirp CIsiK. W.Hi I- t.. Wllsow. T" I'tdlette petition W fl at itjjr-irf - s 'MM 1 y Ala., ii not only a prominent society the mott delightful hoatenBea aao. by Is a sister of the wife of Colonel Van STARVE ALIENS IS All Efforts to Capture Outlaws Having Failed Proclamation is Issued Calling on Citizens to Deny All Aid to Fugitives. Br Morning Joaraal Knselal Leased Wlre.1 llll'svllle. Va.. April 3. The ttn'j i f liglnlii took a hand today In the pl. Il to tnrve the two court houne mi hi-I ii out of their nimnu.ilu HiroriKhold. (Juveinur Mann Issued n l-roclHiTtatloii, calling upon till cithtt)H 1. 1 M ilhhold aid (r im Siilna Allen and Weelry Kilward. the only two unmp liuc I niemlicr of the .unlaw iant tha' shot up the t'arroll county court nearly a month aim and promising 1 r. pint prosecution fur any persons ho nflat. This action had heen iir ranged .if.t r coi fcrelices wllh h"iilM of the posse an, today delocttve rode twenty Miles Into the Kancy tlap s,-, lion and iirr-i'.-.l. rilan K(,hvi.rda. a cousin of.YAcs I' y. and locked lil in up on w charge of i'.ing un accessory ufti-r the fact to the court h..n.-c niur.ler. With the l.ackirui of ,Uih .governor It I now expected t Mil t ralil.t on the Aliens, who i .umhile this district will lw. fr... ,(u,-tit. The detectives claim that th. v J ii a Allen, father of J.ul for the Khooting. ,i Ike of apoplexy. i Krlel. now In He suffered a F SACRIFICE CULT Sold "Conjur Bags" to Negro Woman Who Confessed to Haing Slain Seventeen Pei sors in Pdigiousiies, Br afandag Jseeaal Wpeetal Tse4 Tlr I.Hfatette. Apfir X. Joseph Tlul-adeauv the n. rro "Voodoo" d.s t..r from whom Clementine I'.irna liet. the nerres who confessed to murdering seventeen of her race, aald she nought ' eonjur lags" t..i br..ughl here under urret late t.Mlsy from New Ita-rla. ti.-ui. mine bl.-n-liflned Tbiln-adeauv ss the man who sold h-r the all.r-d protections. The "V.mmIou" diator id h it-. f'- te, i ures of liln-s by the I o of root and h.rbs-Mnd e plained h's lu.-er plans to restore health. II. . said one plan was lo give the .tiling person a I'iiif of jtper up..n whl.r. ' was written twenty. fu letters In fite,' lln.a. He explained tint If the m- tleni lore otf one letter, rolled It Intn I a ill and swallowed It everv time the patient -felt bad'' ,e would be cured 1 GOVERNORS VOflDOO DOCTOR 0 CAUGHT For Men snd Women Mayer Yerma Cushion Shoes embody all the fashionable lines They possess the style, finish, fit and elegance that particular dressers demand, and in addiuon are wonderfully comfortable. ; V Permanent foot relief is yours when you wear Mayer Yerma Cushion Shoes. The built-in cushion sole is a scientific principle of comfort footwear. This flexible cushion sole conforms to the shape of the foot, resting it in any position takes the jar off the spine when walking and gives elasticity to your step prevents fatigue and keeps the feet warm in winter and cool in summer. Uotfe for both men and women in wMc range of ifyle and liset. To be sure you are getting the genuine, look for the Mayer Trade Hark on the sole sold by lead ing deafen everywhere if your dealer will not supply you write to us. We also make the stylish Mayer Honorbilt Shoes for men, women and children, including "Leading Lady" and "Special MeriC brands; also Mayer "Martha Washinjjfon" Comfort Shoes. F. MAYER BOOT & SHOE at once of disease, domestic troul.kra or anything etae. He said a inron poMe-aaing one of these nailers with the writfrn let ter would never full into the hands of hid (tu-mics. a He ii i. lod evir statement fnade by Clem-ntine. REPORT OF TARIFF SAYS TAFT esident Says Revision Should Not be Attempted with Black smith's Tools But Upon Sound Information and Advice. Illy Morning Juaraal Mneelal Leased Wlr. Wsahlngton, ' April 3. President Tuft in an address to the convention uf the American Cotton .M.innfact'ir era' AaHoclation, today, renewed hi plea for revision of Ihe tariff only af-K-r an inquiry l.y a tariff board. "We are. In ' this country, in re spect to every luisness, on a protee- j we oe,n, mill ine presilletlt. I (111 nut mean that every bia-lness needs a protective tariff to enable it to live, but 1 mean that there are so niatiy bti'tnesses that are dependent upon a .Mtcotlve tariff that they may live. tl at to take away a protective tariff from them Mould disturb th whole btiKlneas foundation of the country "Therefore. It Is eseatlal that when we, who are charged with authority a to the adoption of the law un.i ihu fi rmution of tariff bills, attemnt to I imeitd them we should know that we I IF I Id simply wash It away with that "oothlng liquid, U.P.t. Prescription. I ne very erst drops Instantly Bton that ! awful H.Ju A :-ccnt trial bottle will "w. cannot abdu,ely guarantee a cure every time but we do say this. If Ihe first regular size II. ft bottle doe not do exactly as wc say it wiHi on c.i you a cent. I'.eii. r try a bot- ; ne at on. on our tiers.. nal ruann. e. j. u. tl Kielly Cu druggist. J MEAL I J 3 Day Treatment c BOARD NEEDED RAD ECEl V of correct footwear. CO., Milwaukee, Wis. ! aro touchlnK thi Juiciness of the coun try and probably affecting it proE pirUy." Laws that nffect the business of the tountry and may prove n menace t prosperity, the president said, shoull not lie ma.lu by "rule of thumb" or with "blacksmiths' tools" lut upon sound information am advice. tx)i.is cai'sk iii;.Mit ni:. J.AXATI V K HltOMO Quinine, tin world wide Cold and (Slip, remedy, re- moves cause. Coll for full name. Look for signature:. R W. (JiiOVK, 26c. . Get one of Gray's best $1 .50 photos free with a Journal want ad. 013 WKST ro.w, h i;m k, Thursday afterniM.n, April 4th, 1;30 p. m., sharp, 1 will sell ut public auc tion to the highest bidder for cuMi the splendid furniture of A. M. Scores' slx rootu home. This furniture is In e eellcnt condition and positively sani tary. .Mr. Sccres and family are l-'iiv-Ing our city, which i the reason for this sale. Goods consist in part ( 1350 piano, ISO Majestic steel ranvf. 135 refrigerator, dishes, Klusswarc, kitchen utensils, handsome dlnlnif table and chairs, china cabinet, side board, library table,- hall tree, luca eurtalns, center tables, parlor cabinet, Morris chair, wicker rockers, couch, bookcase, large and small rujts. and eight other rockers, desk, picture, portieres, brass and Iron beds, dress ers, washstand, etc. This I ono of Ihe finest lot of good that I have ever sold in Albuquerque, and It wilt pay you to attend the sale. Terms will be made to purchasers of piano and range. Inspect goods Wednesday before sale. Nothing sold prlvutely. Scott Knight, Aud toneer i 'Wi DV KITCIliw COMIMXV. s- 2- R,- t to Crystal Theater. Taffy and rcanut Brittle, lb. .10c EYKIIY PAY. (AUCTION ! LIQUOR HABIT 2? 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