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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1912.
RAKES RAKEO SECURES CLARA BARTON, RED "JIZ Reminds Me of My Barefoot Oaj; Chafed Now, Hivnust. 1 "TIZ" make me feci n . 11 NothiriK would hurt my 'r,Jr? .lays, even when Pj rill) .. All kinds of rakes for all kinds ( of purposes. When in need of any sort of tools consult your own interests end visit our store. SFIOVELS IS DEAD i timeii wm ii KoYt-r, . . --"Ml l Commercial Travelers' Club Twelve Thousand Colored Elec Interstate Commerce Commis Embarrassing Marital Entan glement Innocently Contract ed Annulled in Cincinnati Court, After a Long and Useful Life, America's Best Known Wo man Succumbs to Pneumonia Aged 90. " Wk You ThinJci. About Crump? Ask Colonel for Address But Tells Him Politics Are Barred tric Lights Aglow Over Most Magnificent Function Accord ed American Secretaiy, sion Makes Radical Opinion as to Charges for Transport from Discussion, ing Western Product. TWO ROOSEVELT SPEAKS CUBANS GIVE KfJOXiBIG REDUCTION 111 HUSBAND IN VIOLATION SPLENDID BALL WOOL FREIGHT DIVORCE FROM OF ORDERS IN PALACE ' RATES HALF-SISTER CROSS FOUNDER or Ho matter what you need in ahoveU; '. tpotfc or other iur.h toolt, call at our (tore and inspect our lince- We '.iperialUe on good tooli of tliit kind. Tools that are built right, that ore properly huudled with good handle. Raabe & Mauger ii.v-111 Miimi i uWr Miti irr. TI ARE KILLED IN T MINEACCIDEN to say what hi' i h was delivered i-Hiil Tiuvobr I'll m I'. Ill Ihut ATFIERRO Shot Which Misses Fire, Unex pectedly Explodes, Mangling Pedro . Rio and Fiedciico nrrlnl ItMlrk Morning Journal tdlvwr City, -V. -M . April 12. III an accident today hi t-Terru. In a mine operated Ihcrc ly the Colorado r'uel A lrin Co.. Pedro l:lt unl Krcderle.i Ah mK.in r., two miner, trrrc Instantly killed. In aerie of shot that hwl been In. mil failed in nt off. I'll. two men rc-cfif "red the m in only Hi meet death when the .played ehct edmled. Th.y win- horribly mangled. Bin n a resident of Mexico where he In survived lv a f .1 m 1 1 . AteinKiir. 1 livid n( Fbriii uml wis slnitie. Both wire emphcid as shot finr in the mine. STl lllV S SPIIIM. Cream of Wheal. I roll l.liigcr Snap-, Hi I'M' liiimrii'i Sarilinis, Il't' a rmli- nf Vn 3 Km. Wa-lilng shnIn Ilrlcil Willi.' lUll. ikK li bar. Ml 11 11 v .Moiuhi s.mi. ., II Hi--, til llrokfii Itlit- li. rf Mftll-HH I lea lis lu-lli. an ( hni . . , ,' Ill-Ill, f-MII llf Coltllll III' Ill-lli. ran of liir Ijml I nun tn u p. 111, iim'iih .low-, A itiiim n mlr. Tin: mi:, ill I ramtli l'lr-4 sirii'l. ! I tie UN Hie . . . . 2.M' : ....s.-v.- 1... . aim . ,l.2 ( Milt II RIVER IS FALLING IN VICINITY Or CAIRO III Morning Journal aprrtid Ime4 Wirt 1 Springfield, Mass., April 12. Al thouvh hi- received ii Iii'imiiJ hint not til llllk MlUllOK. V,l.fil ItnoNCVclt spoke O r tin hntir her.- toni-rlii, iirul II wu all pollliis. After paying hi respect to die spi .ik.r w h lulil the I II j 11 ri it 1 1 1 11 iipiin him In1 made the fliil statement 1 h:i t hi' believed hi hi. 1 rim wanted I1I111 believed. Tin- forbidden spoi In for the Comm1 1'lllh. Colllhcl BoOSI'V I M I ( 1 1 . B WHS llliril'll. During the In 1 rn mkI hi v remarks III,' lull, Mil Mil unite Hill looking hi rnUthl iihcad will) 11 quizzical n presslnii. When li arose he said: I know .Villi wished Mil" lo I'oini' li .Miihn.ii hiif. Itn n I. II yim Ihi ri'MHliliu fur llic f.nili hlrh Ilex within me. Vim wh)i miy man in "(link with fruiikm-Mi, 11111I I ruiiM mil rnnio lirf nn'l rrliiiin frmn l'ii k lri(j nf imllUiH, lii'iii 11 m- wild mi' l lllli'H ri'lltrsi'llln ifli' (ll'i pfH Mill- i 1 1 ! 1 11 tin In thr lliil ik i-iIm if tin' routury mill of iiiiisfi I Hhull Hfioiik In ynu nf ilii iii." Tin- 1 'tiltim I'b h'nr'r hiinlly kni u hi flrnl him' In riii'lvi' whii t In' h.i hi. ml 11N ln wi nl mi lm h uh iiitiiiiii.li ii fri'iiniiilv wild 11 I'IiI.iiim'. Il nihil Dim! in 11 (olili vl purli 11 h Hi,. (ircKi tit iiiripnlKH It iii'Ccb .iry in iiinKiilir hmh IIm- ijimlni'MH iiiciln of ilin coiiniiy uml Iih jimrliil iii'i'ilH. TI10 .r'Ri'iil imllry nl" tin- i;o .'rimifiii iiiwjii-il roi ,iu-i IntiM, ti K.iiil, is nr. mi; uml II Ih riii II,- to try to 1 null', I "liljt IhikIiii'hh" Willi l:n HIlilM, "it In linl In vliiini;iiiiliiii nf ' lini ll Is nrsi' nil. 1111 Mriiimiiliiiinn." I'nlnlirl Itoosi'Vi'll In tor went to 1 hp unl t-r-ill v htuh ni'liiiol Ii.ti-hi- Finkc fur a few iiiIniiIi-n. Thin hi' winl In hi iiir In li'iiv liiu- n1 n!ht fur Nimhua. N. II. Hi' will Mpi-nil Imiiiiirow 1 ,inii:iiKo;nK in Xi'W lliiuiiHhlri". hltP 11 pulley nl IlllKIIH'HM," lie Nil 111, to nil VI! ' pulley I fiiiro, 111., April 12. The rK falh-n twn-l. mil .f 11 font fine. liriliiy, niMiklnu r. i! . 3 imili'lii. AIiIkmikIi a l.iplil fill 1 .pei I I'OIIKlUlll Mlltell Mill lie kepi I'M! levee nv Kl'lll until Mle ullletM Hie low Ih.i il.niKir lunik. The M.'l'lle K iihln riiilrn.iil hi.llliee.l Inlill.lil It Mnllltl leHlline fencer ir.tfflo lii Hie north Iniiini Tnifrle lii thi' amiUi will iml l.e Pllllll'll (iT Hevernl llilK. 1'lle fm tor leu In the itr.illiHKe itUIII' I IIKII1K r-klfl to net their plllllla eonilttlnn 1 1 ir Ini.iini-Hii. r hi I lie 1 lie I 011- pllL I'lW lire Into Good Spring Tonic "W hav Inken lliHiil'a H.iraap.irlll fur a apniiK tonie ai d aa a tilond purl flrr. 1j-"I aprliift- I not vl ut nil. When I went to In"! I was tln-il uni nrrtotia unil ii'Uld tint alerp writ, In the moriilng I would f"rl twin a turd my niothir Kd a buttlft uf Hood Saraapanllu. whlih I took, i frit likr a liw m mnn hen I had fln Inhed Ihil Pottle. W iilwayn h.iv nmr of Hood niedli lni" In t he houe." llilvry lloxelir, Muiinrtt. UK. Then Ii 110 'Juit ua gooj ' niejn Inc. Irll on h iving Hood . , liel It todjy in lmi.i1 llipiM form or ihiMolutt-d luhlet illt'd HjriiuU. $3.50 Recipe Free, For Weak Men. Send Name and Address Today You Can Have it Free and Be Strong and Vigorous. I.HVI IINOII ,HIIIM rwons ItlKlsl I I I ( ANPIIIM V. Sun rr.nn ireo. . April 1 J. The ile- fe.l of Theodore ItlniU'Velt lit the loiiiiiii! iri Mil. nt in I pi-limn ii'K 111 (liiw nl.it"', an ol lioMiiior Iliriini W. Jolm miiii here ti'lhiy. would mean the ile. fe.it iif Hie pri;ri writ e 1 eptildli aim ill the pulls in ).! fall. The i:ov riior wea mh iiMiik In anp pol t of I I'niHi i lt M 1 .1 11 1 i 1. 1 1 y liefni e the woinell of the t:lll I'Y.'inelHlo ploMH-ie I. OK til'. Tni nliiK to l,o 1'iillette-H eiinilldni v, he Mild. Is I 1 I'nlletle eiiinini! In I'ullfnr nlii to .'iilv;inee Hie pn.;reie.ive 1 11 II' 1 .' 'n No. We huve Kiin fur tllir ill olie Jelir llllll WHeollHlU weiil III twelve. H"' 1 1 1 1 11 I'M noi to ediieiite UN, for we lire ulr.'iily I'du eated. The efleli of Ii ih romiliK can he Iml In in.llire Hie proKreioilve plilty of I 'a I II ol'll 111. " STEEL TRUST ORES MAY BE EXHAUSTED SOON Hr Miirnlnc Jnarnal Hprrlal Imim Wlra l llavnna, April 12. The Ctihan ov crninent, which had heen reironched for riot ret-civlnx Secretary Knox with the, honor due hia hlKh nfflie, an- MM-ere,l llu eriti.'u Ii. nielli l,v lllilkinu .Mr. mid Mr. Knox the Kiie.ta of honor at the iiiomi mamiilicent hall Ihey have aliendei) durlrik' their trip to the l-Htln-Ainerli an repiihlie. The hull waa held in the miiiiatry of Mate, formerly the palaee of the general eoiniiiuniliriif the eiiKincers of the pnnlHh foriea. It wiik hkIow wit 12,000 l olored elei irie lihta. More than I'.Ooil niie.-tH iillended, Ini 1 11 ill iil; meinl.iTH nf the diploinatie corps" Kovertiinent and (date off l- I'liiln and aoeielv generally. lieneral KaiiKiilly, Neeretary of at ate, and Kenora KanKUlly, reieKed the KUentH, anil aa eai h iliplnmat entered u hand played the naiional antlniii of hiK country. ThroiiKhoiit the day there have heen hellled lllHeiiNNlnlls nf yi stenl.i . .1 at titude of the I'tilinn kok erntin iii hi re- ivim; Mr. Kii'.v. ispeelally ..nuili irieinhers of the Anierii .m roli.n'. ivlm were divided on the onlijei t. All del li ly reifretied the aci-mlnu apathy. One faclion of American iniifteil t till t Hie llllKclli-e of ili'l Ill.ltl.illS, IIIIIHie and 11 KUaid of honor In unit Mr. Knox, waa an lntilitlnli.il slit;ht, or wa due to Ntupldity. The other I'aetlon replied that tin" I'ulian nhowiil their feeliima in 11 Kpieuilld inatiifeHtatlon lit the hurliil of the hatlleship .Maine, and In the present I'H.ii' I'hiiKe a diunilied courae of formal fiinetinna without iuiirahi or hraHH hand accompaniment. At any rate, Ihiiutih yesterday' re iiption of the aecretary 11 1 1 1 1 1 J . h I ion aldy Hurprls.d and puzzled the Amer icana In I'uha, tonight's I. ill waa all that could he ileal red. s ROM E BILL AGITATES fHr Moraine Journal Hprrlal I.m,rd Wire W nahiiiKtoii, April 12. itadieal re (liictlnnH in freight rates on wool lioth In fuck mid In hale, transport ed from western point of origin to eiiaterii iliNlinatioiiN, were preerllied l.v trie inierxiaii. coiiiiiierei- poiniiilasinn. The opinion inn hfwuled down hy Thnlrman I'routy. It holds that the priaent rite of $1.15 per hundred poundx nf wool In sinks from Colo rado eoMinion point to SI. Louis, should lint exceed eighty cents and that from point west of Cheyenne, on the I'tiioii Pacific and Trinidad, Colo., nil the Santa Fe, the rate to .St. Imiw jnltiht he two rents hleher for each additional twenty-live miles. On the Iiinver & lilo lirani?!-. a rate of ninety cents Is authorized from the first Million west of I'uelilo, with a similar Iwo-ceiil Increase from points further west. Conecnilns; the rates to he applied on through shipments from Western dnts lo Huston rind New York, Chairman I'roniv said they should he construct d hy "adding to the rates prescrllied to St. Louis. In case of sacked wool, fifty-two cents to Bos ton and forty-eight cents to New York; In ease of Paled wool, fnl'ty sev.ii eeniH lo Huston, and f ml y-1 h ree cents to New Yolk. In the .piilmi-nt of the commission transit privll ges should he nllowid al Intermediate points on a direct line hy payment of two and one-half cents a hundred on condition that the shipments iii'i.'inateil west of the .Mississippi, In certain instances the commission permits tin.' carriers to exact a higher rale for 11 short than for 11 lung" haul. The carriers are expei ted to con 'orm to the comnilsKlon's suwgestioiis hy May 1. If hy that dale they have not conformed a definite order will he issued. ENGLAND 1 RULE CHICAGO DIUINF is! APPOINTED BISHOP FOR NEW BO Exemption of Emerald Isle from Contribution to Suppoit of Army, Navy and Diplomatic Service is Criticized, Wa-hilut phei v I I1.1t l ulled Slat he exhaust thlitv 51 III N solir.'es "'I 'llill.il w.l' Sti'i I II ll-l 1 1. I'l'i'il, II II I'!-' . mil ed I lu ll' I'l ill M'.ll I Mr. SellW'.i'd Tin I.- U W est fi I t. . ill I h. 1 i-li! i i-nn- w h, 1 -hip Ihut -I loin the l..w l"l I'll- w III - .11. April I.'. the iiiih I11I1I l.v s Steel I ..I p.li .1 1 li.ll w . I Vlllllu lwelll tle mid that the iiatnr.i) the l.ir west would made h. f. lr the hi 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 il 1 1 . - In .1..-. ph 1 n- 1 I . who s.i , In "l 111 Ann I ii ill 11 I 1111-t ha 11 1 .1 Mint " treat n ' nl-' t in I -.i .1 ;, ....'.. in-, i m , si a nd I . ti ll ill I 1 pi .1 pn. Mi ll. II V .- llr Morning Journal Sii lal 1ki Wlrr I. ..11. Inn, Apiil la. Tin- adjourn ment nf the home rule di liute In the house of eoiiiiiioiis until Monday Iris given an Interval in which the opinions nf pul.lii- men of nil classes are helng can'asHed. A far a.s de lails are concerned, espeiiii lly of til.' eiimi'li'V liiiamial proposals of Mie I. ill, II will l.c iiei'i'ssn 1 y to .iwail until the lue.isiii" is In pi int. u hli ll proh alil.i w ill he Wi din sday. The evi'tti pi ion of Ireland from any 1 mi I ll Lii 1 1. ,11 to the army, nay or iliplom.itii' . t' i - is crit ii ized ; w hili it 1.4 predict. -il 1I11I such a scheme of dual government as the hill proposes would h ad to constant H lctlon In -inn'ii Mie inipirlal ami Irish parlin- ,'n. nis In', iiiim' the Imperial parlia I ineiil. the lord lieutenant of Ireland, j: ml the 1 i 1 v - i-oiii,cn, each would i p..!ll s-'a the pnwir Of Veto IIH T Mie ' 1 1 ill I ... T 1 1. Ill- lit. I Tin- Sn 1 I..1.U- iIimiIIii S the hill as ;i..i-)i-h uinl . 1 .1 r . 1 1 . it sis the I i " .-1 inn. -lit. allahl to grant the 11:1- ii.-iia'i't- ii. 111, in. I lor colonial mum Episcopal Conference Selects Rev. Herman Page to Fill Post Made Vacant by Death of Late John Mills Kendrick. (Ilr Morning Jnnrnal Rnrrlnl lnsrd Wlrr.1 Chicago, April 12.- -At Hie conclud ing session today of the Kpiseopul House of lilshops, the ev. Herman Page, rector of St. Paul' church, was elected liishop of the diocese of New Mexico, sU'ieiiliiig the late Itev. John Mills Kemlrlck, who had lllled that piisl for many years, until ills death recently. The lli-v, lieorge Mil ler, Jr., formerly of New Jersey, was elected Llshop of South Dakota, succeeding- the late liishop William Un hurt llalre, of Sioux Kails. I'lll ih. f..M 'I I. IIM.I. i:- pi II' I. .1... I.! I' l! M" .-I. i l 1 (-1. V -ui.--Mil .1 ... .in In .n In- -,.i.l. 1 W II ll V III. I I. p., -lis ii, ill, oliliti d - lar.'d h. 11I.1I I. - uml Clin lm t v k ' and 1 1 .1 think ll.. I , d in. I i ,1-1 III.. t. f.e n-.ir- I ' nil.-, li .1 ih 1. -.s III ll g li'ltv lush W e-l leiiisl. r ;ll ItlMI nun Intnl.- full , to into ai 1 1 piin4 iniii-h n w it h. hill in a lli.v. itm i.i ml'i-rs In remain in h s prov iih d t h. m w ith it lor cvtoiilnu In tin- dolli.ll lowers. M 1 ,1. ,1 - ml tiler,- vi. I.- de -'. 1 1' r ellt tin 1 .1 1 1 11 1 1 -. t - . n, oi'l.l. .ill. 1 ll I a 1 I- . .. -,: 1 11 1 1. .111 11 in I.. ns. uml it 1 01 1 1 1 1. .. In i.itil uml Ii.ti, mil Hid Hid Ni.vl.l Si i.t .1 . r. were Muitl.ir ili'ttii-ir- he was iml f.iiniiiar ne A la- K.I. I" k.iI.1. slioiild I., l-'rnlil h, ;tlH.iv he .1' W.llllll -l!ll!!lt.' 111. not -I Cfc III X l:ll..l!IJ III 1 llllll I Kivt I" p it -u tirt. 1 l.t,,..l tm ,uf t.r r 1 -1 1 ii rt Klit I.1M i.nr f t r 4rhtr4 ifal rt-it, . r U(1 H1iV in H.r-r -:m I" H ax,. ttm wi.l vr.ia m it fr r t naift m n mm' U'M I f h I uf -f Ar' r rT-1 tntlt4 i4 vf fa.i'arw rr i t Httfcr nhf tl t xA A ,'-( raVl It ll rr ' ! f !.r tn p 4 ,i,f . im f harMi'at pt'"' e Ht it to. tm '- tut- I fM'wrtl wphii 41 Cli'l T( 'IUK' trmtdi f 6tmA t4 rr Pimwlf at nt Jt i - If A K -' tv n 4-at I H A m Mi.k r-1 4 fr of th 1' 4 fri Ifl a)ii -?4trf BIG NAVAL BILL IS APPROVED BY COMMITTEE i i:..n Apt it 1 Tht h , n., al'i Ji MimniMi I.m.i iti;rt'l ! rt i. - it : l',i! . .nnnc; .t i -i )''' lit-iK f f i hi Tii,4irij i,.r tti. uni. n 'In- "f th v (he iiiflilliK -:ir. i"(m up! ln lmi- anlhin I. I , IHT Tin !) !1 i.f fit M Hit! H, 1 hill iT .1 1 - ) linn htvitik; t i n iltfttiitl until n. Ttt trM',a v 1 M' Jill is. .1. t tl.-rt will t l.f - tin M..r- Y ffnti.iUi m: fi i t.f tititit n itrn iton fr tlfi iariil i-i-n f th u-. but ir.f i,- v fit t.-ri-e.,. i rn .1 U I. . uniliir?'' 1 I H i t fit II. 1. 1. 1 NEW MEXICO MILITARY INSTITUTE CADETS TO GO TO PHILIPPINES prrlal lii.nal.n U Ihr M.irnlnc Joaraall Ko-Well. . M . Aplll 12 Two m.-iiitiei s ,.f this car's gr idiiatiug i lass or the New Mexico Military in stitute . xpe. t to sail lor the Philip pliO islands ..n M ix IL'Mi. The gov ernment lias made speil.lt liHlnc---m. nts in I he graduate of New M. x i.-.Ts fourth ilistiuuiiisned instiiiitioii Those illdlli elliellt have lie. -II so nrg. iit ih il Mie f. u nity has decided p.-rmtt h .ixis .. I aim. nre h. fore grad uation in order that the cadets, Jo seph Cre im.-r, of Santa I V. and lieorge Merrill, might a. cepi r..iiiuilasl..na ut s.-. ,.nd In iit. n. nits In th Philijipine i-4ital.uUirv . m:m.v ri.i:Ti ii itisiKip riMMii:T i:ti,i:si sTic. The newly elected liishop. Hev. Mr. Page, is one of the leading Kpiscnpnl clergymen In the middle west. Previ ous to taking charge of St. Paul a church. Chicago, he wis Im-nli-d nt Wallace. Idaho, where he reniovi from pall liivcr. Mass. Ile ha a wif and one soli. It Is expected he will make his home In AlhtiiiueripK'. since the X -w Mexico diocese Is lloW il dis trict in Itself. Itishnp Page was liortl III IS70. Ho received Mle degree ..f H. A. from Har yard in l.xxx: received his P. D. from the episcopal Theological Seminary at Hartford, Conn., In 1VS1 and a simi l ir ih gren from the I'niversily of rillsl.ur- in 1 !n!. in 1MH he was or- daine I a deacon hv liishop Clark and the following vcar was ordained as priest I y liishop Talltot. The Itev. Mr Page has the reputation of l lug in Hi of energy and ahility who has l.e 'li particularly successful In organ iv.atioti work. Since the death o1 liishop Kendrick, Pi-mop Cameron Minn. ..f Paten. North lak..i.i. has looked after the work In New Mexico. O nnni-i i niietn rrr I LAnoU vi LUiMU bUUT IN YAKIMA RIVER inr Morning Joarruil Hprrlal iMMd Wlra.1 Cincinnati, o., April 12. A strange slory that resulted in John P. Itiuh. Jr., ag"d 21 years, hi lug- divorced from hi half sister, Helen Hoffman Km h, 24, was related in the solvency court lure today. The, half hrother and half sister were married Octolter 2"., 1910, neither at the time knowing of the Idood reJatiotiship hetween them. Th? discovery of the relation ship was disclosed u few weeks ago and the action for u divorce followed. It was explained to the court that the mistake had been possiiile he- r.use of the fact that th. mother, for private reason, had hidden from the liildnn the fact that they were half hrother and half sister, allowing them to liclleve that the girl was only an adopted child. Th husliaiiil was Kiven the custody of the couple's two children. The petition for divorce, filed by the husliainl, was on the formal grounds of neglect. The divorce was granted on the ground to protect the young people, so tar as possliil.- In the rec- rd. The father and mother of the younff couple were not In court when t he hearing w as held. . i I he relationship uf the Kucha was lisclosed in Dp. ynun: husliainl and wile hy Judge William hinders, of the prohate court, a 'few weeks nso, In the presence of their mother, Mrs. John I'. Jtuoh. Neighbors of the Ituch family in- formed Judge Luiders tlu-v believed tlie couple were half brother and half later. He learn. d after invest igal ion that the two had grown up together under the belief that the girl was only an itilnpti il da lighter of Mrs. linch. The youngest of their children is a few weeks old. ' in si1' urlng the marriage lic-nse, Hm h gave the young woman's name a Helen Hoffman. "This young man came to the probate court in 1810 and secured a license to marry this youns woman who. it since has (l. velop 'd, is his half sister," said Judge Lueders to th" court. "That was before the recent law wns passed requiring both applicants fur n marriage license to appear personally. The young man 4a ve his name, age and address prop erly. He gave the young; woman's name as Helen Hoffman, and told her age and address. I am informed in fact, I have Investigat d the matter carefully, and fed certain that he did not know at that lime that this young woman is his half slHt.r. "The dl.-coveiy was not made until a comparativ e!y short time ago. 1 had them In my office and we tried to arrive at some solution for the proh lem pi .'Rented. They have two chil irTcn. They still love tin li other and love their children. "I explained to them that although they might be able to keep the secret Inr years, there would come a time, as surely as ajiv thing human can be cer tain, when smiie one would discover il, and it would he exposed, possibly in their declining years, or if the dis closure were to come not unlil after their death, it would be left as a herit age in their children. Now they can come into court honestly, to explain an Ii in. ; I mistake and do the only thing in their power to rectify the mistake." Br Morning Ji.nmiit aprrlal Tnsrd Wlra l Washington, April 12. Miss Clara narton, founder of the American Tied Cross and probably the most vyldely known American woman of her day, died nt her home, lied Cross, in lih-n Fho. Maryland, this morning at !l o'clock. She was !I0 years old. Misa Barton Buffered an attack of pneumonia in February, 1!H1, had a relapse nnd the disease became chronic. She went last summer to her old home in I ixlord, Mass., and re turned to Cilen Kcho in feeble health last autumn. Muscular weakness of the heart developed and for weeks the condition of the nurse had been such as to cause -grave concern. Her mind was undiinmed almost to the end, mid her r adv wit and .piick it partee made her sick room a place of ch.-cr. Wilh her when the end came were her nephew, Stephen linrton, of Bos ton, and lir. J. II. Hubbell. The great regret of Miss Barton's last moments were that her enfeebled iimditlon might make it necessary for her to suspend work on her autobiog raphy. Sh-" had brought this work down only to the beginning of her piildic career us a 'civil war nurse. A woman whose whole training fil ter precision, she left behind practi cally the entire correspondence of her public career as well as other data bearing upon her international hos pital work (in,d the work which she hi'i-celf began, will be completed by other hands. She had outlined Stephen IS;. Hon, tin her public life. The last y ars of Hie gnat Bed Cross nurse had been spent ill retire ment. She ma inta iiied her w inter home al Glen Bcho, but passed part of each summer at h r birthplace in Massachusetts. She retired from the "To be able now to have fe never nche, never Bet tired b swollen or chafed, or have iw louses or bunions, is a glorioux. .......... r..- ..n . K . . ..tL.. ... . 'i- ...-.in,- i.,i .in ... uiiiri aeiiett nh.i . one HlllYers In the u-inlb. .... ...'I makes the feet feel young, and feet make you feel young all , "I've tried many things , poor old tired feet, for th.,S(, e of 20 years, and for those corn,1 have added wrinkres to my faw tried plasters, powders ami Si and nothing has ever given thf. that TIZ has. My feet ar, strong and vigorous, they nev tired or swollen, I have no e(,rni louses or bunions any iiii.ii.ii,. boy's feet on an old man:'' TI5S gives instant relief and all foot troubles, it operati s nn prlneiple, draw out all the rr , exudations that ca'ise foot tnim', liop't accept a substitute. An ,j ly man especially, has a mind, own; see that you get TIZ. TIZ, 23 cents a box, sol, t, Where. Or tsrnt direct, on r.. price, by Walter Luther I lodge -,, Chicago, 111. Kei-ommi'tnti'il ( l u ng St.res, department and t- stores. CAPITALIST DIES IN AUTOMOBILE SUDDE In her salient nephe points nf In cases of rheumatism relief from pain makes sleep and rest possible. This may be obtr.Ined by applying Chamberlain's l.lniuicnt. l-'i-r gale by all drUL'Elita. S, v. ral nth similar plat-.-, lie, till, d to a .-r t. ,- i x Th' y start than ll.Jf'ii uiiart. rs and is ...n-ider.-d in r gri'l.iatcs were offered btil for -.alii. us r-. IS". ns pt. The constabulary ll.-nt for xoiiog nun. at a salary of im.r, inir, together with i rt.nn privileges. hii n c-,p,-ci,t!l cihkI for ..tins m, n Ja--t .-."iiipl.-ting their col lege curse, it offer them n splendid "....riii,iilv ..f stu-lvlmt i oiiditinn in t h Philippine i-d.inda and of K-miing uluablr exi-,'riencr. Il- ,d I,-- tri . al 2.H-. Sit,-. 3.V. tTm m.t rr. ' I- I.t m.-.., j . . 43-.. . A t'llllt ifc, S1 'i'iv rr-a n-rlira l u ka l 1 1 . Jewelry at your own price at Vanns auction sale of high class jewelry, this afternoon and evening. North Yakima. Wash.. April 1 1. Tin- body of Carson Ij.ng. .on of Al ibi man T. K. I-ong. of Chicago, who ill-1 1-p.-ar. 'd from her,- Mar. h .".th. w. found tonight in th" Yakim river five mile below this ity. It. "h les and one arm w.rr bio k. -ii and it is I'.ii.v.d I.mig was Wn. Hkcd olf Pomona bridge into the liv.-r l.v a train. Nearly 2firt and valuable prt,wr -er. fnund on thr bodv . Iiminaliiig the th.nry of f..ul pi. n . Pong's relative have spent no less th in J In. mill in s. arrhm: for hini and for Ijiwr.-nce S-mford. the hoy who found the laxly, will .r..bl Iv .'iiie in for the reward of tr..". wh'.h a offered by Mr. lo.tig f.-r iti'ermation a to the hereabout f his son tle.nl or alive. "nor lahy -ries Coiijrh Keniedv." K.-iidrn k. Itasa. a. ! si , ..ugh r t-iiird jr for Chanil-rKin's writes Mr. T. II. C.a. -It I the on Ihr market f.-r - "sM. eld and 1 druKKtota. croup." For nilf ly $75,000,000 FIGURES IN MINING SUIT Huston, April 12.--A clieck for J ,".",,iliiii.liil'l which is supposed In have figured In transactions sur rotlintins, the birth if the Amalga mated Copp, r Conipany was pro duced in court tod iv in connection with a heariiii! before Acting I'nit.d Slates Comin issioner liarliiig. At the time the chei k was ,-x-hii'ilcd Thomas W. Iiwson was gi -inu a deio-'itton to be used in the suit of I.otris l--i s and others a.aiu-t iho Parrott Silver & Copper Milling Co., .-(ltd the Anacnml-i Copper Com pany. The suit i; to be tried in Millie. Mont. I iiiied Stales District AUiti ui y Frciu h pio.lui i d the , heck that purporl.s! to be signed by William i;. i;... k. fi ller pi.vahle lo Will'am P.. .g.-i I. The district attor ney said Mr. ;. i kef. ll. r failed t- rei oglll.e the . lie! k. lie ask.-.l Mr. I.iiwh.ii if lie cold ilo so. .xir. i.iw-.m repli.-d Miat In kn w nothing of it. The exact la-nr-ing of the check on the suit is not know n. The plaintiff contend Ihat control of the Parrott property was obtained hy Anaconda Interest in violation of he shetman law and that the as-:s f the Parrott i-en-patiy were unlav. - fully deprecated. A dissolution of the control by Anaconda Inter. s-s ov. r the llitn tt ...mi. any is K sir d. Presidency of the American Bed Cross j stood 1904, and since that time had had j ed, it no affiliation wilh the organization of which she had been the read since the cstal lishi lent of it largely through lur efforts more than thirty years tgn. Members of lur household were -'ticent in discussing Miss Barton's withdrawal from the work, conteniins themselves with the statement that she retired when more ambitious ones camp fcrward. They sent no notifica tion of h. r passing, either to President Taft or the executive body of the Bed i 'rosK. Miss Barton will be buried where she w is hot n, on the slopes of the little cemetery in oxford, Mass., j near the graves ol her father and ' mnihr, lii-others and sisters. : Fiincr. il services will be held at the ; t.l'-n la-ho home Sunday. li was Miss Barton's wish, express ed shortly l,i fore her death, that In r j long lime friend, Mrs. John A. Logan, , ii.'iiv. r a eulogy. Ui-v. John A. Van- i Scha i.-k and lb'' Itev. Hr. Curry, i'ni- i Clie.venne, Wyn., April i; posedly stricken viiUi an aciitf of heart disease, J. Been prominent sheep lanch owner r operator of Congress county, ft!: his automobile today. His Imc found in a mudhole near the h:. leading into Douglas. His autor a few feet away, where, u had run into a diu-li. Ji lieved Mr. Phillips was dead vvf fell from the car. Lame shoulder is nearly aim; to rheumatism of the m usclfi, quickly yields to the free ajipl: of Chamberlain's Liniment, fu by all druggists. COMPANIONS OF PEARY EXPECT MAKE POLAR' Washington, April 12. ' Borup and I . B. .McMillan, l. Peary's associates in his sun, dash lor the north pole, arc tn an expedition to l.e s, lit mil 1 New York museum for the n tion of land in the middle ill Arctic ocean, which Peary s while on his H ip. The party July .'!0th ill the sealer Diana tn be eiplippi il for a (wo veal"' tion. versalist clergyman, will officiate. Miss Barton leaned toward 1'ni v rsalism, hut was a nieiiiiier of no chur.-li. The fim.rii party will have here Sunday evening and further services ill uxfnrJ will be conducted Monday noon, by Bev. William K. Barton, of Chicago, a cousin, and Bev. IVrcv 11. Kpler, of Worcester. Mass. JURY CONVICTS MAN FOR KILLING HOME SPOILER Cab. April 2. Harry in, In r. who killed John federal employe. WHS of mnnli r in the first Ashland testified that St. a ki.m, Ashland, r liolieid. a found guilty degree li day he shot ( Infield in retribution for ti breaking up of his home. Mrs. A bliil eon iilint i led this tistiiuonv. I lol l, Id was sent to the Ashland ranch In i xtermmale ground squir rels. LA FOLLETTE BELIEVES HE WILL BE NOMINEE JUST TRY A TEN CENT fill OF CA5CARE In-iir.-s sick Von for Months Apt Headache, i,Ii,mh Constipation or a l!u! sioinacli. Spokane," Wash., April 12 Senator ll I'ollelte was in Spokane il few hour totiutit on hi way from Ne braska to life';, hi. where If,- will n, n his o.impnivii to swlir,' the delegates to be si lo. te.l at a primary election Apnl poll. In an interview he i..i; 'Ye, I'll make a pr.-dicition: PI tell v-,,11 what is going to h t.p,-n. Bo.eev. lt and Tift ar.- going to con Millie Mils li-.bt between themselves until n. iiber .an be iioin ifiat.il. and I'll go in wilh my delegation and I II be the nominee." CHILDREN WHO ARE SICKLY M"iH-r h' vatutf thlr nwn vr.mf rt th lfr f thir rhiMrrn. ah-'UlJ nvtr wnh.ut Yw of M ( her Ora Sarft 4rr 1 r tttulrfii. f r thmurhfUt ! t-ii.tn Th irak up 't.u. Kriievt "a. l-1)rHi anr Ft "mar h TT"3t'- t tr M 'i !- f.ir IS w?r THESK roWrKR-J .K EH FAU P-'Id by all me st..r- :- l-M't mmp mmr ht. int Mrnpi- ma1ld FKKK Adilrfii. Al- RAILROADS MUST LOWER LIVESTOCK RATES Washington. April 12. Th- inter state commerce commission's order, requiring- r-nlroad in the middle west to cani',1 th.ir proposed advances of 33 1-3 per cut in the rates on st.s k rittle. r fe.-d.-rs." hv April ir.th. was modi lied hy mtkillg the order effect ive Mai Pun. Put asldr Just nnce the Cathartic Pills. Castor oil or live water which merely fur-. passageway through the lnni do not I horoiighly cleanse, I'" and purify these drainage or ary organs, and have no efffet ' ever upon the"1iver and stni,r Keep your Inside organ- imf fresh w ith Cascari't. w hii'fc oughly cleanse the stom.-n ti, the undigested. Four nnd ifTW food and foul Rases, take thr bile from the liver and carry the system all the d.-cninpi'sist ' matter and poisons in the inte; and bowels. A Cascaret tonight will mil' feel Rn at by morning. Tlirf ' w hile you sleep never grip. and cost only in cents a I"1 vour druggist. Millions of ni'f women take a Cascaret now t''' and never hav H,adaeli''. B' nes. coaled tongue. Indigents' Stomach or Cnustipateil lin'l car.! belong in rverv hotw Children Just love lo take them- Free with a Journal want a photo coupon worth Sli-J -;- Free with a Journal want z photo coupon worth $1 - , Get one of Gray's best ' photos free with a Journal ad. Diamond Ring given away at Vanns Jewelry Auction. This afternoon and evening. ( MEAL I J 3 Day LIQUOR HABIT TH XmI Trvaimetat trtrir ami rtii' " J tomHn airhNrf neM.ninr in ih- mfm rrrt g tb annkrr in in Ih phrrai am mwmi dxion ihat a- a in Im r-r .! a irirf- tlllaaailiia KU - -a.il. l 1 J-l ltUtV r kt1 Jtl IhrfuMirtiT'- ''' H-rttrl. KatfrrMarv ar-Vf-T iii'jr- rir-t a- -lI d