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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1912.
err rcun kokey back ; rlj licairfii .as f f'neti log .h e. Un, makinx a ape- . (laity ttf Riimai li trouble r refl i rr.t.,r '!( f-ir the f trrfiu'.ii from i whs. (i Kexalj IHapcp! Tableta are Js nutde. We have cimpty profited by the r aperient-. of e-xperta. ; ,. fer aiperien'-e allhllexail fpe a4 7'aMeta eda us to believe them i t k rallemt remedy fr th re lief of rtf indici-ation and hronii '.' dtspFpai,. Their ingredients are ' fanning sad henm( the Inflamed iiwrntiniiiM (if the ei'inu. h. They mr" rich In ii. one of the gre.ti.wi i) !,-' ivf io kno n to rocdw le. The relit f thrjr bifnr"! la almwt Immedutl. Their uae iith p-raiatewy and rego t lantv for 4 ahort time hcJpa to bring ' aliout a refaction .f the trains CMttM-d ! tr.n H rtpiordcre. ; Keiall J f--ita Tableta at! t In- iri healttty i-iii-T, aid digestion, and promote rjiiintion Aa evidence of f our aimer faith in Hpepi Ta 1 !-'. k v try th-vi at . nr rlak. If they do r"t gP.e u entire - nui-lti Mow, we will return you the v, money yon pa-Id u fr them, without : tjiieetion or f'irBWilKr. Thy come In 5 three !'. pi M j rrn. c -nta. ti a I I el, I'trittftftlwr lol. et.r. tilt. I lain Ihern only at "or atorw The I ? lirusH Jt'(M. Th J. If. it'llivlly f. PlirSICIIIOS DEPART THIS r,10iT,JI!J6 FOB SUITJI FE Drs, James H. Wroth and H, 8, Kauffman Will Seek to Pro mote Legislation Beneficial to Profession. JIFTEnSTATEGLOSES CASE DEFEUDAriT Ttiia morning Itr. Jam H. Wroth and In. II. . Kaufman, who wrrr 'tiftwn r--ntl- at a nwtin f Ih IU'rnaill Cnanty .M'liral -tail')ri n aif..r Ixrlnro lha Iilnir a! Kanta nrt ur(r ihr rr.Mlm)t f lfnt'rilul to ih m-dl-l l-rnlrtMU.n. will (lepart thia morblnx Th m-rn iwra .f h licrtiullll.r County Mtxlirul aaoritiion hll their fltolar wint-inonthly mwtlnK ut the t'onurw-ri tal ul luat nix tit at which thfr a Kiiof attendance of !- tra. I'r. J. W. ollri rmd a inp'T in "Khrlh'h'a tnb' fr phlll." hl h followed by (ulg Min Iii. t, f,y ir. VV. W. H.rK( Dr. If. It. Kaufiiun, rmiJ-n( f Ih-, aw tali'in. itrcatiln-d at tb inlinn nlnht, h)) thi- fitftury, Itr, KrJnk Tull. kpl th mlnut. rna aaawlalion had lt Kuet I;r. Kd Hrd Kinnr, of K.IK horn. Wl. whr ta tlaltlng in AHiu(viir-riu- SOCIAL AID TO THE FnESICEOT ; CIJGESPLEA Hipolito Gallegos Confesses o Threatening Dorn'ciano Gal Icos with a Deadly Weapon; Oilier Court Matters. lll(Hi C.ll. trUI r(Ti)a)r fn lh- diaiHi t rolirl, ihwngd hia (lira In lh irlminnj ia a.lnt him trhm tha nla had rtwntd Ita trvldanr. tiaUHVi-m wa ndlHt for lhn-at-nin I n In th n'Uhtx-rhi.ol of fifty, lft I..fl.ino (talli'Coa with a ilcndiy ptrdy aftrrnoon for a lKr day wj.ti, and wh-n arraluncd at Ihlhik and -ainlnK trip In Cyt cun- l nlnir r.f Uil urt t-rm. pmoni not i tn, lhlrU-rn tnll. a -uat of Altnniurr Itnllty. Tt.ray, hoantf, hla fai t"- They i-. t to return Hitnduy. i tttlM. and lh alata prmwntad a Th Iniva aaiwm tiled nt th vacant ra!ly atronir maa of vtdnr bit, rornvr Htth alr-l ami Onlrl a an int him. Whrn thn atata hdvrnuf. about 1:30 o' lock and an rl'iard, hia ltrnya aakrd that their hur Inlr atartrd on thlr overland tltrnt l prrrriiitfi to i haria hia la, I tramp to th canyon, hendrd by whli h th i-oiirt all'wnl, (jallKoa I Amndo fhavrnt. Mr. ChMVri niada lh lhn i)Midf Kullty to the ha rue llrlj In Plata of xroulmaater Haymond Tl rl!Tnr.l raa lo it Irtnl today I H. Hla mm who, Imrauae of .rTwilni BOY SCOUTS LEAVE ON THREE DAYS' HIKE TO COYOTE CANYON A roinpany of Jloy Hronta, number- ta thxt aasinai ronl-l Mriin-. Mar- llw t lndl-td on two rounta, and waa only yi-rday tnkan Into cuatmly. Tha flrat fount, one of a Ma u It. h anaaarmt with a ll'a of guilty, hut In th ond rount, whirh r harard nualnraa. eoulil not cl away at Ihla tlm. In order not to dlMnppoinl th. hnya, Mr. Hiamm arruntml with Mr Chavca to with the lioya. A rhii.-k wnaon filled with plenty of ttood thlnaa to eat, WBtit alotia and him with lh lawny of tit 75 from Ithould any of th youthful "hikera" ' a frl.nd of hia, ha (leaded not aullly. Marlines waa arr"nd yterday. Muriifl tlonxHe, atreated nn a tmnd Jury tndietinent, alao wa or- r(ncd yecterdny and pleaded not aTHtllv to a (hum a of aasault with rieadly weapon, . A. Ijindla. hut cd with Inrreny from th eriin, pleaded utility to an information. Mndia ia alleaed to hnvel taken a watch from a mtin named Job Hmtth, , .i ii.Tv to rr.iuruv. A raaa In which eonalderal.la Ititer i la centered la thai aaalitat four -ufireaaes i hred with perjury in a trial held her lt full. The firat of tha fotir waa yeaterday permitted to plead a-nllty to I he ( Imrae. Attorneya ano othera who have had difflcuHlea he(anae nt nllcaed fa la tcatlmony. are apaelally pleaaed t taut otik aclf -admit ted ptrjnrcr had f'een l.rouihl to Iwok, They feel that when punlah nient haa leen nie!l out to a few men who haye thua forawurn them-aelvr-a, other will I more rareful with their teatlmony. The man who pleaded ""' wn Murlnnn l. Kena. The (tther men charged with fdlae awearlna nt tl'f eame trial arc t'arloa I'. I'havei. Hl adr Armljii and Adnlfo f liinmil.a The trial In which th.-y nr Mlleiied to have perjured Ihemaelvea wa one Invohlna- the ealdle of Jnee Krum lmo I'andelMrlw. They ar Mlcucd to huve worn falaely r-aardtng rtee.la to latitl which were afl-rar!a held to (-, fr-td. et fiH.iani-o on the Journey, the WMfon will aerve alao aa conveyance for them. It la expected, however, thai each hoy will try and outdo the other when it cornea to allowing ata- mlna, alnce thia la otw. of th chief thlnas neceaaory If a youngater la o luallfy aa a full-ifleded acout. GOOD FOR TEACHERS AND PASTORS ALIKE Hundiiy actionl tuichera need not be afraid, nor Mahomed, to uae the "Hiik- -alHe Queailotw" on the Hundny i hool leaaon, which The Morning Journal puhllahea every Thuradny mornlna and tint aanie renin rk nppltcn to pnatnra. Theiie itueatlona do not ut lempt to do peoiile'a thinking for them. They almply Biijtgcat thought and eompel the reader, or l intent, to do hia nan Ihlnkiiig. The atlggeatlva method of te ichlng la much mora ef rectual than the dtdiirtlr method. It la lo fiiaclnutliiKly Intereailng. Juat try pulillahed on the edllorliil mge. theae (iieailona for youraelf. They arc imhllahed on the edltorlel iHge. flif ' ; ! ' - -' V Tfffft if iSrTjii fi-7 y i Come Over and Take Dinner MaJ Archibald W. Butt, wbo la aaeldUot quartermagter general, autloned IB Waahl&fton, really la on a of th nioat Important men about tba Whlta Uou. bale tha preaident'i aocial aid. A auch, ba arrange tba detail of II official social eenla In tba president' manalox WE CONTEST RETURNS MS" TO SELLERS ASKS HUGE SUM TO BUILD rJHIS is your friend Cross talking. Just got in from Buffalo Got the best line of samples with me this spring I ever had. Come into town and take dinner with me tonight and look em over." The traveling salesman frequently uses the Bell Telephone to get in and travel. wkh'aut-ofrtown customers. It saves him time ON ELECTION Veal Administration Over thrown by Eight-Five Major ity Ending Drastic Prohibition Rule. Br Meralac Joaraal apeeiel ImmmI H'tr. itoawell, ,. SI , April . The no- llcetixe' cumpaiKii loiiuiiliice an. niiiiniif thU afternoon they would content the election lnl, .ntcruny. They cliilm many Illegal votia were ctiat and that iif fliiiivlid were Kivi.rn to lllegiilly before the elci lion. The deinocrnta won dy elghly-flve majority. uquerque's Newly Elected Mayor Wants jSjate to Ap propriate One' Million Dollars for Highways. Every Bell Telephone is a Long Distance Station The Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Co. legfaliuion providing: for t fine ayatem of atate rood a for New Slexlto. The conv.-ntlon will meet aain to morrow til li) o'clock in the supreme court chain I. er in the capitol. Ue r - REWARD $50. rg lerrlor dog: female; apayed; 4-i'iir-nll, white, with liliick head and enta, narrow while alrlpe lielween j . iiii""i m-iiwi ii,, nil. , i,i,-a In center of hack, abort tail, anawera to name of "Peggv;" aleuder build very timid with atrangera. JunieiJ rrom bagguge car Hal unlay nigh March 1 hid. between and 10 oMoi k He Hnniu l agent. What Good Fuel Is to an Engine I C lac It f.MMl Ik to the lal the M.urcc 4 liial ciKigy Grape-Nuts ia a gl f.aal In of lltr wool ecr m in' It l made feotn the tialiiral faal grain wheal aiel lutrk ; l M-rf(i-llt -ak(-l. iarilall iec-(li1-icd fur ca, (nl. k a elMillaiton: ami lie. floe flaiour. 1 1 -! IM-Ing ricli In IxmIi lioililiOK . let 11 1 OMIIaill. t Ik- l'li(e-iiiale .4 ,a-4. t-m n In the grain which anre H-iwll n-MHli-ca tttr rrbuil.l Ing Im iImim ttiU In brain ami M-tco. b.mI wliicti cat. .Mill Ih lifllcd ttirt.iutl dallf f'ai.1 "There's a Reason" for Grapc-Nuto COLONEL HOPEWELL DEFEATED BY CLOSE MAJORITY OF 48 VOTES Through an error In ropvina: 'he re turn of Tliendat'a election and com I'lllng the aam.-. The Moiiiiiik J.nirii.l Kin Inn ilrnnafeld, ruiiiiiriM lur aldermiiti In Ihi Koiirth wur.l Halnl t'olollel V. K. llnpew.ll, u liiajnilu ut M, w hn ttie niaj.irllv alumlil have 'on but 4. The lourtli wurd. n-r-Mnilly a republli an ward. gxt lolcnu- Mopen.-ll II ).) Ilill.l Miir, itn.t th. colonel tali rile y took rtcepllon to Ho- i,i...i in ,,r i ; i inmii '.I . iniijiiiiii ihroUkh en eiti.r to It" on In che. king ih.- returna ..ter.,iv. It ua found t h.it II. A. M.itom, re lul'l'can .Hmtlilatp for cltv ii.-M.unr. . dileulcd by Jliel n nt-. ! WHIimiii Kl.ke, hi .h nn. iHti, i, i nelll. The city election held In itoawell luat TueadHy reaulllng In the over throw of tile Veal itdmhi lei rut Inn. on the fiice of the returna, nn iiiuhI bitterly conteatcd. For the piiM wu yeiira the cliy haa heen '(h)." uml the enforcement of the ordimn.cc ha be i-n nioHt ili um Jr. To aaxiHt the tnayor, policemen were brought In from other aiiitea and a ayatcm of eiliiiiige iimtliuted hiudly having an eiiial anwhrre ont lde the rank of the ac r.-t police In ltuiu. Tho cnrrlng ol ititnxl ciinta, In ever o ancill a nuantiiv, through tile mreeta aiiiijccleil any one to arreat, and the liet tltix-n 'ie aiopped Mini m-nri ln-.l on the uier.Rt a 1 1 a 1 1 i i i ii . The illHirbt ntiorney ami two fri,ua Were held no bv the liniirl.il police aa they came not of thi- t torney'a ol rice anil mi effort ninil to at-uri h them, a tragedy being nar rowly averted. Agaiiiel aii.'u an Inlobra l.le comll lion the firat kIvio. f ,oMtlvc re lulllon w.re hon in the prlmnrlc that riH.iilt.il In th,. uoniiunti..n or .uoa- jio inn' im oii-u ii i juone ami j K. K. Hiott for dlairiit ati..rn( . Tha ! "dry" el. in. oil f.iiiKlit the ii. nuiiiili of th. ae in. n, toil c .,,-i. hi. iI l.y large iimji'llly. a I'll, n came the campaign for clly "l-l frnui offh era. Kai h Sde strain. l i-m i y eifort to kim . t-rd, and. on the fa.. of the r.lorua. Vial hhh !r.utl. Hence the . mil. (. ' ) , hi , (Alterlal IHMlek m Ike' Mural af Joaraai l . fatitH Fe. X. it.. Airii 3. A honl Ixnie of $I,00i,(iiio for ihe purpoae of coiiaiructlnu a cplendld ayatem i.f hicliwuva In Xcv .Sl.vl.o, waa ai!vn caled l.y Mnyor-eleet I). K. It. Hellera, of Allunirr.ii.. at the opening of lh I aid idhiIk convention cf Xnv JI"X,c-- t' nlnht In Ihe hull of the houae of rep- riai-ntiillve, Mi-. Seller .lectured that the uuto li'oMIe tindoul te.llv would be the gic.ile.t factor III the dcv.-lopment of New Megl.-n; thai niHn.v'of Ihe point III tin al.ite, which li wa Impractic al. In to reni h hy railroad, could l.e minle Hcceaalble to h utornobilcfl by mean of uood hljihivay. He oVclarcil llnil aulo inn l w.re air-inly being uaed In tu.nu- poiiion of the atate for the Iranapoi I allon of ,roUin t to the I market or to a railroad point and thi coirii! l,p del eloped to a far greater j extent,. He elated that during the I coming Mummer 11..1 If than tin tlioiiaand ant ..tit. 1 1 woul.l atart a.ro. the continent from the cant and to attract th.-Ki- null ls(, .Sen MtXleo had la- far Ihe vrenleat In- ilnceniem In li hlniorlc. nrchaeolo kici.l and .-enl. a. haulage of any oilier alnte arid tttal It iva only n -ce-ar to have good hlihw.iya In order to reap the tinmen. gietni'ii from theae toiiriat. Ieli'?ate cre prevent from every . oimty in the atate. when former tlov eitior 1.. In nlfi.r.l I'rlMce called the convention to order at S n't lock, and the hull or the liou.e of reir -aetita-liv.a no . .11 filled. There waa Kreat ni hui-laMii! atitong Die ileleuateii and Constipation bring many ailments in Its train and la the primary caune of much alckneaa. Keep your bowel regular, madam, and you will escape many of the ailment to which wom en are aubjeir Constipation ia a very Kimple thing, hut like many sim ple thing. It may lead to ttcrloun conaefiiierice. Xature often needs a little aneiaiance, and when Chamber, lain' Tablet; are given at the first indication much dictresa and suffer ing may be avoided. Sold by all druggiats. T CALL OUT SHERIFF'S OFFICE STAFF Telephone Notification of Mur der in Martineztown Simmers Down to Case of Wife-Beating Yesterday. EDWN GILETTE IS ARRESTED FOR are looking for,' but to other que- I T thin he gave no answer. j "h;le hia examination wa In pro jgresH. Carouy watching a favorable (opportunity swallowed a tabloid. Later it stated that instead of taking j poison Carouy had swallowed a harm !le8 compound which the druggist had Isold him instead of the deadly drug who h he f-upposed be was purchasing. When Caro-. said, he was eoing to die the doctors laughed. T h.-re are nt least a dozen warrants against Carouy. Well Known Man, Taken Into Custody on Complaint oj His Wife, Attempts to Set Jail on Fire Yesterday, Yesterday afternoon about & o'clock, a hurry call came into the Jull office and waa promptly transmitted to the Khcrilf's office, telling of a murder la .Martineztown, n suburb of Albnqiier que. located near the woolen mills on Mountain road and First street. Dep uty Sheriff Kick Lewis and Jailer benefit to bejgulrlno coulter answered the call. making a hurry-up run In real metro politan style. In u taxieab. While th. car ran through the out of the way action of town, ninny people stared long and hard at it and thn cloud of dut it made, w ofol rln slmoet audi bly at the reason for such a thing In that ectloll. Finally the house, where lived the woman asking for police assistance, was reached, and the woman Interro- the citx. I I. utenant n T- I gated. Several people along th I I'iiu . !"iimoil the del - I "ireet had been axkol about the nl- l.i half of ihe governor, and i h-ged murder, bnt none knew of it. The woman said that her himlmn 1 had not killed her yet. but that h- had almost killed her and she want- j ed him arrested. She whimper d am1 I II of counties Min! I whined w hile she told In rapid Spanish ! the il. I. gat. a responded. Committee ; of the I lows he had struck her ami I el: resolution. m i loan, nt organlr.a-' of the. drunken atate h? was In. i lion and leuialatloti w.re a iK. Intcil. ( The deputy aheriffs arrested the! one in. in ! r fr..ui em h county. j man and took him to til. I Alliu.iier- ' Colonel it. i:. T'lltch.-ll. of I Ve-' l"e to Jail. He will have a hearini; I Z.iinora. who att.-mi.t. il aul-ifaa. Sun Munei c..out, delivered a I '"ter. Incidentally, hla arrest brought alteitioou. i reiii.nnintf I ""r rt'" '"blr. a on the Iw-nefiia of him hi. ftrt ri.le In n taxi f Xew - e addresNek weie f r.-.jii nl 1 Int. .ted I y ii I'l'la uac. Ill Ihe Nl.Nellce or l.iOernor MclHip- Edwin Oiletle, for many years a resident of this city, recently became insane and was yesterday taken into custody by the police, on complaint cf Mrs. Cilette. fjiletle Is said to have become the victim of mania while in Arizona, and was recently brought buck here from Williams by hi wife. Yesterday, .Mrs. Oilette found her helf unable to control her husband and police asRliilance was sought. tlil.'tte was confined in the city Jail, and in some manner secured a match, with which he set fire to hlf 1 bedding, causing what became qui:-' a blaze before It Was discovered and extinguished. Then he tore down the electric light fixture. Yesterday nfternnon ho was liken to the county Jail and will likely lie- examined today before District Jud-!i?j Herbert K. Raynolds. j .iljleite has lived ih' this city' for! eleven ir twelve years. He has many friends' here, who are at a loss to ex plain his present condition. I FRENCH BANDIT CAUGHT ATTEMPTS TO SUICIDE ALWAYS THE SAME GOOD OLD MILWAUKEE - V Ask Your Grocer I to Send Yon a I Case of Blatz, or oraer direct from distribntins point. Stern, SchIo C ayaoiasae oair ' 115-117 W. Cooper Are. Albuqn-rane. N. M eaae 14 Tt Paris, Aii-il 3. Carouy, one of the uitomobile bandits, was captured by the police today and after being lodged , in prison tried to commit suicide. j Carouy did not attempt to d ny his. Identity. "Yes. I am Carouy nil right. he said. FINEST W BEER EVER OIaVVVCar Get a free $1.50 photo cou heh.ng to the hand you pon with a Journal want ad. 2AM0RA CLINGS TO LIFE TENACIOUSLY RUT CANNOT LIVE a. r V.. I Sole on the ftr-e.lom of the .ny was extended them In Acting .Minor Thonma V, ;i l.le, John I.. Zioino rman. a. retarv ef ti- Male food ro.ols association. I In n all. .1 Ih "The Emergency Necessity" The Holograph Stamp H me erewl ((mbiui. Kattle rrrV. Ms h. lid INJURED LUMBERMAN LIKELY TO DIE AT ALMOST ANY TfME lj.mil ll..rin. the twditt three . mi ...I. I IiiuiIm r),.t k rr..m Hie Amcii ean l.iimt.-r (N.inpanv a cam,, m tlo uma. brought In .-aterdav on X... I f..r treatment at a .mI ho.iti.i. i ikU to H at an time. ace.idirig ix r, H,ti. in.tn .he hospital -rh i h I uioil.lnc. Ifarain w n nli.-.l l. b.n tug a Urge log roll on him. whil,- .. w..ra .l.rlJii,( bK near Cinoi. He a. biouaht here In an rtort to sot hla llt. afler rnietarti. y troitm. lit b-d u.n inn him at the .amp. tie aa hint Tiwiln) aft- rn-x.n Hare I inrl.. and had been in Ihe w.v.1. but a abort tune He .sine from Titas ac.oinpaal.-d by a brother ( on. IP Ion aa he I to r. port I .. alt. mi l- ! 3i Ide MolKlay in about the wa v. aier.lm , according early till, mornln ..,m ed lo at v. r hi. head troin hi body wiih a to. ket-kmre iloiiil.il att. rnoon on the tludiict, and wh.-n uhkih ci sh rill. Jumped from the ht-be-i polfi of that all in line. He lirl -t . I. l.e I Ilia wire arol her ntoiliet, t-nt In -tll. ted onl -tight Injur . ..ti.l the ..I roada and the ticesall) ift-n efforts at this ! -.I. in of Kod high- j I Mexico ma I. In i llille To pr-o l w sy. I. K. It. S. II. -ra i-iso I ild particular .tr.-na In hi .-.(bile.,, upon the fa. I that great effort n iNina made In T.-XHi. i.n.l I '..lor...!... in divert Ihe au tooo.lille ir.n. from Xew Mexl.-n. lie ,.ol that n peihf lolma automobile. jwhl. h was elMHit I.. I. ave Ia Ang' Uv i for the l...s Am.!., f ximln.r. an! uhi. h cirri. -I n ori. 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